Extreme Weather – episode 1

In the first episode of Extreme Weather presented by Martine Croxall we take a look at the devastating floods which have hit Thailand, freak snow storms in the US, the coldest places on earth, dust storms in Texas and the likelihood of climate change bringing on more extreme weather.

17th November 2011.
The fortnightly Extreme Weather series features the latest reports and analysis on extreme weather events around the world. If there’s a drought, hurricane, freak snowstorm or severe flooding, Extreme Weather will cover the story and the science behind the headlines – with expert analysis from leading meteorologists and weather data from Vestas.

In the first episode of Extreme Weather we take a look at the devastating floods which have hit Thailand, claiming 500 lives and costing the country an estimated $4 billion. We turn our attention to freak snow storms in the US, the coldest places on earth, dust storms in Texas and the likelihood of climate change bringing on more extreme weather.
Extreme Weather video production by GREEN.TV
Weather data from Vestas.
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2 Responses to “Extreme Weather – episode 1”

  1. @bestdogadvice November 17, 2011 at 9:50 pm #

    great video martine if only there was a way to control the weather

  2. thram May 25, 2012 at 6:11 am #

    The fortnight forecast will be helpful to our project site and wind research team people to enabling them to plan their Schedule of erection and WTG periodic maintenance at their respective BU’S both at off shore and on shore.

    Also, rest of the vestas colleagues can know about world climate when its required.

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