World Predictions 3-31-19

I had a visual of a cyclone raging across the ocean.

Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

If you look at the list the first three locations have already been affected by storms, are they simply completing the list with Malaysia or will all these locations be hit again? Either way Spirit is expecting a surge in storms in the the eastern region of the world.

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45 thoughts on “World Predictions 3-31-19”

  1. Eric
    Thank you….I feel they are completing the list .
    At least i would like to believe that .
    West australia ..northen terrotory and queensland have been battered .
    South Africa has as well …NZ too
    Prayers for Malaysia

  2. There’s another Cyclone showing up on weather apps developing outside of Darwin, NT Australia by next weekend (6th) and it looks as tho it will travel down towards Perth, covering a similar track of Cyclone Veronica that did that track about a week ago. Cyclone Trevor was the 2nd to hit the Queensland East Coast a couple of weeks ago too but this time it crossed over into the Northern Territory. Everyone up there in the northern half of Australia seem to be dealing with floods now. Down south, Tasmania, Victoria and even in our State NSW our ranges had snow in the weekend. Here on the Central Coast in NSW 3 wks ago we were getting 38C degrees and last night it dropped to 12C degrees. We are in our Autumn now the opposite to much of the World, Winter doesn’t arrive until June. Tomorrow Canberra ACT are starting their day with 6C degrees. Crazy weather.

    1. Larene
      Uh oh im in Perth .. I will have to keep watch
      Thanks for heads up….
      Glad im not visiting Canberra ..
      Its been crazy weather alright .
      Stay warm ..funny saying that after your heat wave .😊

    2. Yeah re crazy weather. The BoM are saying we’ll have a warm Autumn into winter, so late cyclones are very possible. Excellent rain so far with 155 mil totally for Gayndah area, where I live, in Qld for March.

    3. Sure is crazy weather. Here in Gayndah region of Qld we had 155 mil of rain for March, 14mil for Feb and nil for Jan. BoM predict a warm Autumn for most of Aussie, so late cyclones are definitely a possibility up here.

  3. Larene
    Can you post a link to the possible tracking to Perth of that potential cyclone .
    I cant find it ..hubby is fifo so i like to know what weather is coming up for his flights ..
    I know the airlines are onto it i just like to know .i would appreciate .plus i have alot of family scattered through Darwin and western coastal regions and Veronica was a bit testing .
    Thank you

  4. Just normal weather for this time of year in nz. Storms are the norm, bring them on, the last one filled up the hydro lakes good for winter

  5. Eric,
    Iran 🇮🇷
    Flooding
    Rainfall unprecedented in past 300 years…
    Excerpt..
    Heavy rain and floods continue across Iran, with 25 of its 31 provinces affected since March 19, 2019. The worst-hit provinces in recent days are Golestan in the north, Fars in the south and Lorestan in the west. As of April 2, the death toll stands at 57, with 19 in the city of Shiraz. 478 people were injured and tens of thousands of displaced.

    Authorities say they are dealing with extreme flooding and heavy rainfall which at times equaled more than half of the annual average within 24 hours.

    Golestan Province, for example, received 70% of its annual rainfall in just one day. This is unprecedented for the past 300 years, IFRC said.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/02/unprecedented-floods-iran-march-april-2019/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  6. Eric,SWC,
    Iran 🇮🇷 update..
    Excerpt.
    Heavy rain and floods affecting Iran since March 19, 2019 caused massive damage to the country’s agricultural sector, damaged 36% of the entire road network and left at least 62 people dead, as of April 4, 2019.

    According to information provided by official sources, flooding has caused at least 47 trillion rials (about $350 million USD) to the country’s agricultural sector.

    While the government assures flood-affected farmers that all losses will be compensated, speaker of parliament, Ali Larijani, said the new year budget would not suffice to cover the damages.

    36% of the country’s entire road network has been damaged, 84 bridges and nearly 2 200 rural roads washed away.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/04/iran-floods-2019-agricultural-sector-damage/

  7. eric there are lots of warnings now at the moment on lots of new zealand news sites about megaquake warnings for new zealand. if u search google news for new zealand quake u will see. its like the authorities know and warning us in a discreet way. the same type mesages that were in the news months ago are back again. whats your view.

    1. Nope, there are no warnings you might want to read the articles, they are putting forth new research, and that people should be prepared if it happens. The same sort of articles came out a decade ago telling us to prepare for a magnitude 9 to 10 on the alpine fault. Still hasn’t happened. There isn’t a month that goes by where we don’t have articles warning us to be prepared in case. You are reading far more into the articles than they are

      1. It’s not a warning of a quake about to happen, it is what might happen. Jezz when I was seven we had warning articles and drills for the big one In Taupo, I’m 45 and that still hasn’t happened. They are not warning of an impending quake because the truth is they can’t not and do not do that. Nothing is going on within the government that is any different than any other year when they make sure the country is prepared in the event, and nothing is going on in the hospitals. You’re making things up

  8. Eric,SWC,
    Cyclone..”Wallace”
    Excerpt
    A tropical low continues to strengthen over the Timor Sea, north of Western Australia today and is expected to become Tropical Cyclone “Wallace” Friday night or early Saturday, April 6, 2019 (AWST). Outer bands will bring rain and gusty winds to the Kimberley coast of Western Australia this weekend.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/05/tc-23s-tropical-cyclone-wallace-developing-north-of-western-australia/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  9. Eric,SWC,
    India 🇮🇳
    Excerpt..
    A massive thunderstorm swept over the Indian state of Manipur during the early morning hours of April 15, leaving at least 3 people dead and over 50 injured.

    The worst affected were the districts of Bishnupur, Churachandpur and Kakching.

    Powerful winds produced by the storm destroyed homes, school buildings and downed trees and power poles, leaving the entire state without power. The Nagaland Post said power supply resumed during the afternoon hours at several places, including Imphal.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/16/thunderstorm-manipur-april-2019/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  10. Eric,SWC,
    Western India 🇮🇳
    Excerpt
    At least 4 people were killed in two separate incidents after being hit by a bolt of lightning produced by a severe thunderstorm in the ancient holy city of Nashik, Maharashtra, western India.

    The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) said northern and western parts of the state witnessed unseasonal rain on April 14 and 15, produced by cyclonic circulation over west Rajasthan, from which a trough is extending towards south Madhya Maharashtra across the Gujarat region

    “Since the last few days, there were indications of weather activities suitable for rain over Maharashtra. While there were light showers in the western suburbs of Mumbai, other parts of Maharashtra like Dhule, Nandurbar, Satara and Sangli, too, witnessed unseasonal rainfall accompanied by gusty winds and lightning,” said an IMD official.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/16/unseasonal-rain-lightning-claim-4-lives-in-nashik-western-india/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  11. Eric,
    Ref::Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

    See.
    Tropical storm “Kenneth”
    North of Madagascar 🇲🇬
    Excerpt
    Tropical Storm “Kenneth” formed April 23, 2019 north of Madagascar as the 14th tropical storm of record high 2018/19 Southwest Indian Ocean cyclone season. The cyclone continues strengthening and its current forecast track takes it right toward Mozambique. The country is still recovering from devastating Tropical Cyclone “Idai.”

    Météo-France initiated advisories on Tropical Disturbance 14, located northeast of Madagascar, on April 21. The system drifted eastward, organizing as it did so and intensified into a moderate tropical storm at 12:00 UTC on April 23.

    At 06:00 UTC on April 24, Kenneth is a Severe Tropical Storm located 229 km (142 miles) N of Mayotte and 582 km (361 miles) E of Palma, Mozambique.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/24/tropical-storm-kenneth-intensifying-on-its-way-toward-mozabmique/

  12. Eric,
    Ref::Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

    See.
    Thailand 🇹🇭
    Storm
    Excerpt
    Up to 1 000 homes have been damaged as severe storm accompanied by heavy rain and strong winds hit Thailands’ Chiang Mai Province over the Easter weekend.

    Thai PBS said 10 districts were blacked out for several hours when the freak summer storm hit the region on April 20, ripping off roofs of homes and downing power poles.

    The worst-hit district was Hang Don where many houses and about a dozen cars suffered extensive wind damage.

    Wind gusts up to 112 km/h (70 mph) were registered across the province.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/24/1-000-homes-damaged-as-strong-storm-sweeps-through-chiang-mai-thailand/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  13. Eric,
    Ref::Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

    See.
    India 🇮🇳
    Storm…rain and hail..extensive damage..
    Excerpt
    According to preliminary reports, more than 22 000 hectares (55 000 acres) of crops across Telangana have been damaged after recent heavy unseasonable rain and hailstorms hit the state.

    The worst affected are paddy and mango crop, government officials said April 22, adding that the damage will likely increase as more rain is expected in the days ahead.

    “The exact loss could be more, but our preliminary information says paddy has been damaged in about 30 000 acres, mango in 20 000 acres and other vegetable crops in a few thousand acres,” principal secretary, agriculture, C Parthasarathi told the Times of India.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/24/massive-crop-loss-as-heavy-unseasonable-rain-and-hailstorms-hits-telangana-india/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  14. Eric,
    Ref::major storm
    Uganda 🇺🇬
    Major storm
    18 dead and 100 injured
    Excerpt..
    At least 18 people have been killed and over 100 injured as severe hailstorm hit Uganda’s Buyende and Kamuli districts late April 22, 2019.

    The storm hit several villages, including Nakabembe, Kabugidho, Nfumagani, Kidera and Itamya, destroying homes and crops.

    18 people are confirmed dead as of April 23, including 15 children. At least 13 were killed in Kidera sub-county of Buyende and 4 others in Kamuli.

    More than 200 homes were destroyed and over 100 people injured.

    In addition, the storm killed livestock, birds and other animals.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/24/18-killed-and-over-100-injured-as-severe-hailstorm-hits-uganda/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  15. Eric,
    Ref::Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

    See.
    Lebanon 🇱🇧
    Major storm
    Excerpt
    Snow and hail hit parts of Lebanon on April 21, 2019, blocking multiple roads and damaging crops across the country.

    Cedars recorded 40 cm (15.7 inches), leaving farmers worried that fruit-bearing trees will be damaged if temperatures drop further, The Daily Star reported.

    5 to 20 cm (1.9 – 7.8 inches) of snow accumulated in Rashaya and Western Bekaa at an altitude of 900 m (2 950 feet), damaging many greenhouses and trapping cattle.

    Snow cut off the towns of Shebaa and Kfar Shuba in the country’s south with 15 – 25 cm (5.9 – 9.8 inches) of snow while heavy rain caused Hasbani and Wazzani rivers to overflow.

    Snow covered most of the towns above 1 100 m (3 600 feet) in Dinnieh, northern Lebanon, causing agricultural damage, especially to pear, apple and cherry trees.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/24/snow-and-hail-damage-crops-block-multiple-roads-across-lebanon/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  16. Eric,
    Ref::Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

    See.
    Major storm. tropical storm “Kenneth”
    Excerpt
    Tropical Storm “Kenneth” formed April 23, 2019 north of Madagascar as the 14th tropical storm of record high 2018/19 Southwest Indian Ocean cyclone season. The cyclone continues strengthening and its current forecast track takes it right toward Mozambique. The country is still recovering from devastating Tropical Cyclone “Idai.”

    Météo-France initiated advisories on Tropical Disturbance 14, located northeast of Madagascar, on April 21. The system drifted eastward, organizing as it did so and intensified into a moderate tropical storm at 12:00 UTC on April 23.

    At 06:00 UTC on April 24, Kenneth is a Severe Tropical Storm located 229 km (142 miles) N of Mayotte and 582 km (361 miles) E of Palma, Mozambique.

    https://watchers.news/2019/04/24/tropical-storm-kenneth-intensifying-on-its-way-toward-mozabmique/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  17. Eric,
    Ref:::I had a visual of a cyclone raging across the ocean.

    Southern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia.. all affected by major storms.

    See.
    Strongest storm ever recorded…
    Tropical cyclone…”Kenneth ”
    Excerpt..

    Tropical Cyclone Kenneth is about to bring destruction to Mozambique just weeks after a rare TC left a thousand dead. Image from Meteosat ctsy. EUMETSAT.

    The experts are saying it will be the strongest storm ever recorded in the area and it comes just weeks after Cyclone Idai which battered south-east Africa and has affected millions of people with the death toll now above 1,000.
    Kenneth will be the first tropical cyclone with the equivalent of hurricane strength to strike Mozambique’s northern province of Cabo Delgado since modern record-keeping.
    Kenneth has undergone rapid strengthening as is now an intense tropical cyclone with its strength equal to a Category 4 hurricane in the Atlantic or eastern Pacific oceans.

    http://www.thebigwobble.org/2019/04/weeks-after-1000-people-were-killed-by.html

  18. Eric,
    Ref:::cyclone

    See.
    2019 Atlantic season
    The first tropical cyclone of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season is brewing southwest of Bermuda. Formation chance through the next 48 hours is 60%, NHC said 02:00 EDT (06:00 UTC), May 20, 2019.

    https://watchers.news/2019/05/20/first-tropical-cyclone-of-the-2019-atlantic-hurricane-season-developing-sw-of-bermuda/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adorraeli%2FtsEq+%28The+Watchers+-+watching+the+world+evolve+and+transform%29

  19. Eric,SWC,

    See.
    Kenya 🇰🇪
    Floods
    Event details

    Flash Flood in Kenya on May 27 2019 03:20 AM (UTC).

    At least 150 families have been displaced and business disrupted by floods at Lemba village in Ukunda, Kwale county. The floods followed three-day heavy downpour in the Coast. Residents said the sewage and drainage system was swept away. Abdallah Mwachikaya sought refuge at the home of friends in a nearby village. “We had to leave because the water level kept rising. We feared our homes could be swept as we sleep,” Mwachikaya said. He said property had been destroyed with many victims still evaluating the damage. “Our belongings have been destroyed and things are going to get worse if immediate assistance is not received,” he said. The floods have disrupted business activities as people try to resettle in other areas. Barber Robert Kitunguu said his shop was marooned. “I have temporarily shut down until the rains reduce,’ Kitunguu said. Residents asked the county government to help. They raised fears diseases like malaria and cholera could break out if the drainage was not fixed. Other villages where flooding has occurred include Mwaroni and Darling.

  20. Eric,SWC,
    Somalia 🇸🇴
    Event details

    Flash Flood in Somalia on June 02 2019 05:34 AM (UTC).

    At least three children have been killed as flash floods swept away scores of people in the north of Somalia. A 17-years old girl and two other kids have swept away when sudden torrential rains unleashed a flood surge, which took domestic animals in Qardho town, a witness said. The death toll could likely rise, he said. Last month, heavy rain caused flash floods washed away six people from the same family in Waciye, a remote-town in the north of Somalia’s Puntland region. The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says heavy rains could likely flash floods in towns in central Somalia. In a report released by FAO said Gu 2019 spots of rain continued to spread across Somalia over the last week with many stations recording moderate to heavy rains of more than 50mm of total rainfall. FOA said River levels along the Shabelle in Somalia had continued to increase, while the levels along Juba River dropped slightly. However, Somalia’s Juba and Shabelle River levels are expected to increase slightly in the following weeks, according to FAO.

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