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Sun Halo Baffles Gauteng Residents (and me)

This morning, shortly after arriving at work I began to notice a few posts on my facebook wall feed regarding sun halos, thinking nothing of it I left the odd comment on how cool they are. Half an hour later, every second status was concerning sun halos, quite baffled at the sudden interest in atmospheric sciences taken by the general public I logged onto a news site to see what was going on.…

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Heavy Rains Continue in Cape Town

Heavy rains continued to pile onto already saturated ground on Monday the 13 July 2009, on the 12 July 2009 a 24 hour rainfall of 91mm was measured in Somerset West with a further 31mm falling between 7pm on July 12th and 7am on July 13th.…

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13 May 2009 Tornadoes – United States

The Storm Prediction Center issued a moderate risk area for the states of MO, IN, IL and parts of OK. Early on the 13 May 2009 evening conditions became ripe for tornado development, especially in MO, where there were numerous tornado reports.…

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Caryn Hill – Severe Weather Photography
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Caryn Hill – Severe Weather Photography

One of the few women specializing in the field of storm photography, Caryn Hill has spent 11+ years honing the skills necessary to capture nature’s most breathtaking displays. Her storm chasing travels take her from the south, starting in Texas and go as far north to the provinces of Canada, east to Iowa and west to Montana to Colorado. …

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Mitchell Krog – Storm Photography
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Mitchell Krog – Storm Photography

Mitchell Krog is a Johannesburg based wildlife and landscape photographer who specializes in fine art photography. His work has been published in numerous print media and online publications, as well as having received accolades both locally and internationally for his work.…

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