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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for januar 2023: Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Starten på 2023 har været mærket af kraftige snefald, usædvanlige kolde temperaturer og mere fugtigt end forventet for sæsonen. Dette alt imens fødevare og energikrisen fortsat forværres i Vesten, takket være de vildledte globale psykopater.

Ekstremt vejr ramte Californien temmeligt hårdt i denne måned. En cyklonbombe, alvorlige oversvømmelser, jordskred, strømudfald, mure af sne i Soda Spring, og et jordskælv på M4,2 med epicentret udfor Malibu.

Denver, Colorado, så 35cm sne i denne måned, hvilket gør det til den 15. mest snerige januar registreret. Jackson County registrerede -5°C, og Purgatory skiresortet målte 60 cm sne indenfor 24 timer.

Det nordlige Arizone fik mere end 60 cm sne indenfor 48 timer. Det var den 25. største snebegivenhed og brød i søndags rekorden for mest snefald på en dag.

Nevada was hit by winter storms that brought heavy rain, high winds, and significant snowfall at higher elevations. Las Vegas desert was also covered in white, a strange sight for the area.

More than 41 inches of snow fell at Sundance Mountain Resort in Utah, forcing a closure due to extreme weather conditions. The resort also recorded nearly 8 inches of rain.

Heavy snow also disrupted normal life in Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, and Mallorca. Mallorca was covered by its largest snowfall in more than five years.

China's northernmost city, Mohe, was hit by an all-time record of -53°C, the lowest ever recorded. The local officials worked overtime to ensure heating and water services. This comes days after temperatures plunged to -50°C in Russia's Yakutsk.

Central Asia also suffered a harsh January. In Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan recorded unusual levels of snow, that collapsed power poles and trees, blocked main roads, and burst water pipes. The temperatures in Kazakhstan reached a chilling -30°C.

The Middle East was also caught off guard by colder-than-usual temperatures and snow. Tens of thousands of Iranians were left without gas amid snow and freezing conditions, and Afghanistan temperatures plummeted as low as -33°C, combined with widespread snowfall, freezing gusts, and regular power outages. At least 166 people died due to the cold wave.

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Ellie continued to batter northern Australia this month. Heavy rain turned roads into rivers, thousands of cattle got lost or died, and boats were the only form of transportation in some counties. Western Australia was also hit hard by heavy rain and floods. 38 homes and 37 businesses were destroyed, with an additional 121 homes damaged. In some cases, the damage is so severe that will require long-term rebuilding efforts. The floods have also caused significant damage to infrastructure and transportation routes.

New Zealand's largest city declared a state of emergency after torrential rains caused widespread flooding and evacuations. Heavy floods washed away houses, blocked roads, and knocked out power. The city received 75% of its usual summer rainfall in just 15 hours.

Latvia experienced its worst flooding since 1981, forcing residents of central areas to evacuate their homes. Meanwhile, large chunks of ice that drifted from Belkarus caused the water level to rise, while also putting pressure on a new dam.

Other noteworthy events this month:
  • Sumatra, Indonesia: Heavy flooding leaves 3 dead and 15,000 homes damaged
  • Johor and Pahang, Malaysia: More than 4,000 were displaced by flooding caused by 17 inches of rain in 24 hours
  • North Sulawesi, Indonesia: Nearly 18 inches of rain in 48 hours left 3-meter floods in some areas.
  • Zambia - Non-stop rains caused catastrophic flooding in southern and central provinces.
And things start to get rocky! A 5.9 Mag earthquake struck northwestern Iran, killing at least seven people and injuring 440.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for January 2023:

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for december 2022: Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Den forgangne måned så et par alvorlige indvælding af arktiske luftmasser som spredte sig over det kontinentale USA, Canada og dele af Europa og Asien, brydende adskillige rekorder. Mere end 250 millioner af mennesker blev berørt af frysende temperaturer ...og vinteren er blot startet.

Forecasters believe that man-made climate change has empowered La Niña, triggering the so-called Greenland Block (A powerful area of high pressure in the Northeast Pacific and lower-than-normal air pressure over the western Pacific). They even propose this is the main factor for the record freezing temperatures in the northern hemisphere this winter. Yet, we know better now: The sun defines climate, and the global cold trend may increase over the coming years.

Warm-mongers also highlighted that sea ice in Antarctica reached its lowest extent on record at the end of December. Yet, in the long-term Antarctic sea ice still shows an increasing trend. In addition, the overall snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere is the second-highest in the past 17 years.

Arctic and antarctic ice and snow increase and decrease in yearly cycles connected to larger cycles of solar activity. As the solar-minimum sets in, we can expect an overall increase in ice and snow cover.

The arctic blasts engulfed the US, coast-to-coast and top-to-bottom. 60% of the US was affected by freezing temperatures, and 2 million were left without power. The pattern flipped to warmer temperatures at the end of the month, just to welcome another forecasted polar vortex in January.

Most of Canada, from British Columbia to Newfoundland, was also hit by extreme cold. Airports canceled thousands of flights, and power outages affected more than 300,000 just in Quebec and Ontario.

The UK was pummeled by the 'snowiest period in 12 years' lasting a month. The government outlined plans to go 'lights out' in January after National Grid warned there could be blackouts due to an expected energy crisis.

It was also a time of extremes in France and parts of Switzerland with significant snow at higher altitudes, and heavy rain lower down. Even if there was a warmer trend in some parts of Europe this month, the forecasts point out to a colder January.

Parts of Moscow were covered by over 12 inches of snow this month, something not usually observed until the end of winter. The last time a similar depth of snow was recorded in Moscow in mid-December was in 1989 and 1993.

And Mexico City also got its third snowfall in 82 years, affecting primarily high-altitude areas.

Floods triggered by sheets of rain continued around the world this month, including:
  • Philippines - Heavy rain caused 51 deads and the displacement of at least 46,000. 17,300 acres of crops were wiped out.
  • Southern Thailand - 21 inches of rain in 24 hours.
  • Northcentral Vietnam - 13 inches of rain in 24 hours.
  • Namibia - 3 months' worth of rain in 24 hours.
  • South Africa - Countrywide floods.
  • Baghdad, Iraq - Non-stop rain for 45 days.
And at least two died and 11 were injured after a strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of northern California. Thousands were left without power. 80 aftershocks have rattled parts of Northern California since the event. The largest aftershock was a 4.6 magnitude quake in Rio Dell, one of the hardest hit areas.

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for November 2022: Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Denne måned var mærket af tidlig snefald på den nordlige halvklode og sene snefald i den sydlige halvklode. Derudover var der 2 mulige meteor nedslag og usædvanlige kraftige oversvømmelser.

Ifølge NOAA, så er snedækket på den nordlige halvklode den næststørste for November måned i de sidste 17 år, udbredende sig fra Minnesota til Sibirien. Udbredt snedække tidligt på sæsonen er ikke et godt tegn. Indtil nu peger tendensen på en vedvarende kold og hård vinter.
Northern hemisphere snow cover.
© National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationNorthern hemisphere snow cover.
Northern hemisphere snow cover.
© National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationNorthern hemisphere snow cover.

Bad news for the US and the EU as they are unprepared for a harsh winter, thanks to the ruling pathocrats' (and similar crazies) beyond stupid, society-damaging economic decisions of late. This, of course, is part of a larger "strategy" to impose a global totalitarian regime. And nature, of course, responds to the widespread suffering caused by it.

The northern part of the US is already experiencing a fast drop in temperature, and significant snowfalls disrupted traffic and power. Minnesota, and Western New York, were the most affected this month.

Inner Mongolia and northern parts of China also got blanketed in early snow this month, along with a mix of unusually consistent precipitation.

An unseasonable cold snap across southeastern Australia caused record snowfalls in several states in early summer.

And after an extremely wet October, southeast Australia continued to see heavy rainfall and floods in November. New South Wales and Victoria got the worst of the floods, with towns isolated and hundreds displaced. Local farmers continue suffering significant losses.

Heavy flooding continued to wreak havoc around the world this month. Some events to highlight:
  • Eastern DR Congo and Rwanda - Record-breaking floods triggering landslides and claiming at least 40 lives
  • Florida's East Coast - Hurricane Nicole claimed 5 lives and left 300,000 without power
  • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - 7 inches of rain in just 6 hours
  • Dominican Republic - Widespread Power outages in Santo Domingo
  • Spain - Record-breaking storm shuts down airport in Valencia and left thousands without power.
And some notable earthquakes worth mentioning:
  • Shallow magnitude 5.6 earthquake in Java, Indonesia - 310 dead and widespread building damage.
  • Magnitude 5.6 earthquake hit Western Nepal - At least six people died.
  • Shallow magnitude 6.2 earthquake near the coast of Chile.
  • Rare 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit West Texas.
And last but not least: Several people across Northern California captured on video a meteor fireball that made headlines after claims that it destroyed a home in Nevada County.

The homeowner, Dustin Procita, and his neighbors told arriving firefighters that they had heard a thunderous crash at about the same time as the blaze had begun.

In Canada, video and witnesses saw, heard, and felt the impact of a 3 feet meteorite. The impact should have been around Brantford, Ontario. Astronomers said locals may find remnants in the area.
Astronomers spotted the asteroid just hours before it struck Earth on November 19, near Lake Erie in Canada. This is not the first time this year astronomers have discovered a rock from space just hours before it hit Earth. But this time, it entered Earth's atmosphere over a populated area.
So, grab a coat, look up and pay attention!

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for oktober 2022 - Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Rekordstore nedbøssrmængder og ødelæggende oversvømmelser ramte mindst 19 land på tværs af vest og central Afrika, dræbende tusinder og fortrængende titusinder andre. Over 400.000 hektar af agerjord er blevet ødelagt, forværrende en voksende hungersnød. Det er blevet betragtet som en af de værste katastrofer i regionen. overRecord rains and devastating floods hit at least 19 countries across West and Central Africa killing thousands and displacing tens of thousands.
"Nedbøren er usædvanlig i år. Der har været vedvarende regn siden starten af sæsonen, siden august, september og selv her i oktober hvor det fortsætter med at regne," sagde Kousoumna Libaa, en klima specialist.
Nigeria har oplevet dets værste oversvømmelser i et årti, førende til mindst 600 omkomne, mens titusinder af husdyr er blevet tabt til vandet og de vandbårne sygdomme. 18 af Nigerias 36 stater er ramt.

I Cameroon forårsagede vandmasserne betydelige skader i den nordlige region, ødelæggende afgrøder og huse, og regeringen i Chad erklærede en katastrofetilstand efter at oversvømmelsern havde ramt mere end 1 million mennesker.

Nogle landmænd har mistet mere end 75% af alt hvad de har plantet i år, en ny faktor som vil forværre fødevarepriserne idet inflation allerede er på rekordniveau. Some farmers have lost close to 75% of everything planted this year, a new factor that will worsen food prices as inflation rates are already at record highs.

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for juli 2022: Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Mens sol minimum fordybes, så mærker vi virkningen deraf hernede i form af rekordstore nedbør, kæmpehagl, oversvømmelser, lokale hedebølger og sne udenfor sæsonen.

Den formindskede solaktivitet har også medvirket til en svækkelse af magnetosfæren, betydende blandt andet at flere kosmiske stråler kommer uhindret igennem de øverste lag af vores atmosfære, førende til skydannelser. Men det er ikke alt, da vi må huske at akkumulering af vulkansk ask og støvpartikler fra kometer fører til skydannelser og fremmer nedbør, så vi har en perfekt mix for rekordstore nedbørsmængder og oversvømmelser.

Når vi tilføjer lavere temperaturer i de øverste lag af atmosfæren, så giver forekomsten af kæmpehagl og usædvanlige snefald mere mening. Derudover, så fortsætter jetstrømmen med sine usædvanlige "vandringer" dermed skabende et 'double flow' som har ført til varmelommer.

Som vi har gentaget over en vis tid nu, så er vi ved at nå et globalt vejrmønster som peger på en eventuel global nedkøling eller mindre istid.

Of course, you'll see a bunch of anthropogenic warm-mongers pulling their hair out about record heat in the northern hemisphere, yet, this is not caused by CO2 and cow farts, but, in this case, by La Niña and the displacement of the jet stream.

Now we also know that 96% of the US temperature stations' data is not reliable as they are purposely placed in hot spots - or Urban Heat Islands.

Don't be fooled, anthropogenic climate change has always been the alibi of pathological globalists to profit from an illusion, and gain more control over the population. All while the global food, economic and social crisis unfolds, provoked largely by idiotic "green measures" that threaten most countries of the Western world - mainly Europe - with more food scarcity and a very harsh winter.

As Dr. Sc. Habibullo Abdussamatov, Head of Space research laboratory of the Pulkovo Observatory said:
The Sun defines the climate, not carbon dioxide.

The so-called 'greenhouse effect will not avert the onset of the next deep temperature drop, the 19th in the last 7500 years, which without fail follows after natural warming.

We should fear a deep temperature drop — not catastrophic global warming. Humanity must survive the serious economic, social, demographic and political consequences of a global temperature drop, which will directly affect the national interests of almost all countries and more than 80% of the population of the Earth.
There are many others reaching similar conclusions.

Now imagine the global impact of such a dramatic natural change, along with all the manufactured crisis that we are already experiencing thanks to the Great Reset airheads.

So pay attention and prepare accordingly.

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for juni 2022: Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

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Sne udenfor sæsonen på den nordlige halvklode fortsætter med at lave overskrifter i juni måned. Højtliggende steder i Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, og New Hampshire fik til 40cm sne førende til trafikproblemer.

Der var usædvanlige sommer snefald i central Afghanistan, Indien og Pakistan som dumpede historiske snefald i Samangan provinsen, dræbende kvæg og ødelæggende afgrøder.

1,000 mennesker døde og 1500 blev sårede efter et jodskælv på M5.9 ramte det østlige Afghanistan forværrende en nation som allerede lder under en fødevarekrise.

Kinas Sichuan provins blev også ramt af et jordskælv som var på M6.1 førende til mindst 4 omkomne og 14 sårede.

Eksteme storme, oversvømmelser og jordskred hærgede kloden i denne måned.

Half a million people have been affected by the heaviest downpour in 60 years, triggering floods and landslides in Guangdong, China. The record-breaking event caused the evacuation of 177,600 people, destroyed 1,729 houses, and damaged 27.13 hectares of crops.

Meanwhile, unusually heavy floods and landslides affected over 2 million people in the provinces of Hunan and Jiangxi in China after days of heavy rain. At least 32 died, 2,700 houses collapsed, around 286,000 people were evacuated, and 76,300 hectares of cropland were heavily damaged.

In northeastern India and Bangladesh, at least 18 people died, and 2 million homes were destroyed as massive floods ravaged the area.

Furthermore, lightning in parts of Bangladesh killed at least nine people.

At least 17 people died after heavy rain caused flooding and landslides in Meghalaya, Assam, and Sikkim, India. Parts of Meghalaya recorded more than 31 inches of rain in 24 hours, leaving a broad path of destruction. 150 people died, and 200,000 were displaced. In Assam, 5 million were affected by heavy floods of overflowing rivers.

Strong winds and thunderstorms, heavy rain, floods, and hail wreaked havoc across France from June 3rd to 5th. 65 departments across the country were affected, thousands of homes lost power, and at least one person died in flood waters in Rouen. 15 people were injured across the country.

For the first time in more than 20 years, Météo-France issued orange level alerts for almost all departments in the country.

Huge hail also left a mark around the world this month. Texas, Wisconsin, Mexico City, Germany, Italy, and Budapest, were the most affected.

All that, and more, in this month's SOTT Earth Changes Summary:

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for maj 2022: Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

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Orkaner, jordskælv og lynnedslag... vi ser 'en ildevarslende måne rejse sig'! Maj 2022 havde det hele - hedebølge, dødelige oversvømmelser, snefald udenfor årstiden og forfærdelige tornadoer. Din regering forsikrede dig om at klimaet kan "fikses" og er "forudsigeligt", men hvordan vil grønne afgifter og strømudfald stoppe vulkaner fra at gå i udbrud og meteoer fra at falde?

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for april 2022 - Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Hundredvis af fødevareforarbejdnings-og fødevaredistributionsfaciliteter over hele verden blev tvunget til at standse aktiviteter, siden begyndelsen af lockdowns,nogle af dem grundet LED cyberangreb, og hundreder af andre er eksploderet eller brændt ned, en tendens, der steg betydeligt i år med op til 28 faciliteter brændt ned på mystiske måder bare i USA.

Andre relaterede begivenheder som er værd at nævne: Derudover som kom The Guardian i Storbritannien up med et studie som konkluderede at Nordirland må skaffe sig af med 1.2 million får og kvæg, sammen med 5 millioner kyllinger for at møde nul carbonemissioner og en 50% nedskæring i methan emissioner... alt imens de globale fødevarepriser er på deres højeste i de sidste 32 år.

Men det lyder vel ikke til at være en kunstig krise? Eller hvad? Dog har naturen sine egne planer og dets konsekvenser er den mest betydningsfulde faktor.

Vi ønsker at highlighte at de mest relevante begivenheder i denne måned var forbundet med usæsonale temperaturfald og sne rundt om i verden, op til slutningen af april.

Winter-like temperatures have been gaining ground throughout the years damaging crops and crippling livestock farms, meanwhile planting and harvesting seasons keep getting displaced.

Sudden drops in temperatures are also worth mentioning, as in the Cascades, Washington, that triggered a heavy snowfall that caused dozens of road accidents. In Europe, France registered the coldest April night since 1947.

There were a couple of extreme heat events during this month in some parts of the US, Europe, and Asia, but they pale in comparison with the overarching frigid temperatures.

Unusually heavy rain and floods have also been contributing to damaged crops and farms.

Brazil continued to struggle with heavy rain, floods, and landslides this month, with a record of 31 inches of rainfall in 48 hours in Rio de Janeiro. In Antioquia, Colombia, unusually heavy rain triggered destructive landslides causing the deaths of 12 people.

Thailand and the Philippines are having trouble recovering from the damage caused by continuous floods and landslides since last year. The trend continues as tropical storm Megi poured 10 inches of rainfall in 24 hours killing at least 224 and displacing thousands. While in south Thailand, a foot of rain in 48 hours triggered the evacuation of 20,000 families.

The deadliest storm in record pummelled KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, destroying homes, bridges and roads. Floods and landslides caused the deaths of at least 450 and displaced thousands. The storm forced sub-Saharan Africa's most important port to halt operations.

In Uzbekistan, at least 4 people died as a result of floods and mudslides after a month's worth of rain fell in less than 2 hours. Floods and mudflows also damaged crops, homes, schools and other buildings. At least 260 farms and buildings suffered damage, and 100 people were displaced. It was the worst storm in 80 years.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for April 2022:

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for marts 2022 - Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

Over de seneste år har vinteren fortsat med at have svært ved at slippe når foråret normalt kommer og i år er ingen undtagelse.

En sen vinterstorm ramte det nordøstlige USA med kraftig vind og sne. Det sendte temperaturne i bund og gjorde kørsel risikofyldt. Ohio River Valley oplevede det kraftigste snefald som faldt i dele af Nashville, Tennessee, og Cincinnati. Dele af Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota, North Dakota, og Californien meldte også om usædvanlige senfald for sæsonen igennem hele måneden. Derudover blev en pludselig sænkning af temperaturerne og blændende snebyger årsagen til et masseuheld med 60 køretøjer involveret på Interstate 81 i Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, førende til 6 omkomne.

Meget af Storbritannien forblev i forhold under nulpunktet senere på måneden på grund af pludseligt polarblast som bragte snefald helt ned til det sydlige London. Trafikken og strømforsyningen oplevede problemer i de nordlige dele af landet.

Untimely snow also reached parts of Greece and Turkey several times this month, including on the first day of spring. Heavy snowfalls disrupted transportation and power in Istambul throughout mid-march, while a village in the eastern province of Muş was covered by unusual levels of snow.

Unprecedented floods across much of Australia's east coast triggered mass evacuations and destroyed hundreds of homes. Tens of thousands fled Sydney as heavy floods lashed overnight. Some suburbs exceed March's mean rainfall. While many areas in northern and eastern parts of New South Wales were recovering from the widespread flooding that began in late February, heavy rain triggered a second destructive flood late this month after a levee along the Wilsons River in Lismore breached once again.

Three months after deadly floods claimed dozens of lives in Malaysia, heavy rainfall affected more than a hundred houses in Kampung Periuk and Kampung Pasir Baru. In Indonesia, floods and landslides affected more than 30,000, and almost 10,000 were displaced.

Flooding also caused severe damage in areas of Cotopaxi Province in Ecuador. Dozens of families were evacuated, and thousands were isolated after overflowing rivers destroyed main bridges. Meanwhile, in Petropolis, Brazil, a month's worth of rain fell in a matter of hours causing damage to 100 homes, mostly due to landslides.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for March 2022:

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SOTT Fokus: SOTT resumé af jordomvæltninger for Februar 2022 - Ekstremt vejr, uro på kloden, meteor ildkugler

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Kraftig snefald, frysende regn og is ramte det meste af det centrale, østlige og sydlige USA i denne måned. Hundredtusinder led af strømafbrydelser og 5200 flyafgange blev aflyst.

Brasilien blev ramt af en uhørt mængde regn i februar måned, berørende millioner af mennesker. Jordskred og oversvømmelser ramte byen Petropolis førende til mindst 152 omkomne, oversvømmede floder i Rondônia bortdrev tusinder mens veje blev omdannet til floder i Umuarama.

En koldfront bragte kraftig regn og stærk blæst til Haiti og den Dominikanske Republik. Regnen faldt uafbrudt i 36 times og adskillige floder brød deres bredder. Omkring 3444 huse blev berørt og 2500 familier måtte evakueres.

Dele af Quito, Ecuador, blev ruineret af det kraftigste regnfald i 20 år, 40 gange mere regn faldt end forudset af meteologerne. Regnskyllet førte til et jordskred som ødelagde huse og rev dusinvis af biler med sig førende til 24 omkomne.

Mindst 20 mennesker døde og mere end 55000 blev fortrængt efter cyclonen Batsirai hamrede ind i den østlige kyst af Madagascar. De vidtbredte oversvømmelser beskadigede hovedvejen som forbinder de nordlige og sydlige egne af øen, ødelæggende 8000 huse og fortrængende 131000 mennesker.

Cyclone Batsirai killed at least ten people and displaced nearly 48,000 in Madagascar. Parts of the country were affected by heavy rains and strong winds that uprooted trees and destroyed houses. All this while the island was still reeling from a deadly tropical storm earlier this year.

Storm Eunice wreaked havoc across the UK with 122 miles per hour winds that uprooted trees, blown-off roofs, and knocked out power lines. It is now considered the strongest storm in the history of England.

Eunice caused four deaths in the Netherlands, two in the UK, two in Belgium, and one in Ireland.

Later this month, Storm Franklin caused heavy floods in the northern UK, triggering the evacuation of thousands of people.

In Argentina, wildfires out of control have scorched almost 800,000 hectares of the province of Corrientes, 9% of the province's area. The fires have acutely affected wildlife in the area.

A strong and shallow earthquake shook Indonesia's Sumatra island on Friday. The tremor damaged buildings, killed seven people and injured 85. More than 5,000 people fled their homes to temporary shelters.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for February 2022: