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Western Cape Fires

This summer has seen very little fire activity compared to some seasons in the past, especially in the Western Cape. While the second week of March saw a large fire in Worcester followed by a fairly large fire near Sir Lowry’s pass, which saw the pass closed for a while – though this fire was extinguished quite promptly.…

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Atlantic Pre-Season Storms

I keep having to check my calendar to make sure I’ve got the current date right… It’s only May 28 today and already we have had 2 tropical storms in the Atlantic and a major hurricane in the Eastern Pacific. For those of you versed in hurricane tracking you’ll know that the hurricane season starts officially on June 1st and storm formations prior to the season starting, while not unheard of, is fairly uncommon.…

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Review of the South African Weather Service Premium Subscription

Well there has been a lot of controversy, primarily on the forums of this site as to the South African Weather Service’s decision to start charging for it’s products. Personally I have been a frequent visitor to the SAWS website since around 2002, I’ve been through the numerous site design templates that were implemented over the past few years, and I too was along the batch of those disappointed in the decision to charge for products which have been free for so long.…

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Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Erupts – Produces Amazing Photographs
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Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Erupts – Produces Amazing Photographs

Chile’s Calbuco volcano, located near Peurto Montt erupted this week, sending a plume of ash into the sky. The eruption, which caused the evacuation of around 4000 people, left photographers in the area with mixed feelings. Despite the chaos and fear associated with volcanic eruptions, some volcanoes offer a treat to the eyes.…

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