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Huge Funnel Cloud in the Underberg in February

During February 2010 the Underberg saw the development of a very large and well defined funnel cloud over the Sangwana Mountain. It occurred during the afternoon hours and it is believed that the funnel cloud never reached the ground, which means it can not be classified as a tornado, though is equally impressive.…

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Possible Heavy Falls of Rain for Cape Town This Week

As we head into Autumn the large scale weather patterns are changing, more low pressure systems will move closer to the Western Cape, whether this be cold front with associated troughs or cut-off low pressure systems. Autumn typically has a very good history for thundershower activity in Cape Town, here’s to hoping this year will be the same.…

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Where Did Winter Go?

After what seemed like a wet start to the winter season, the rain has gone AWOL, particularly for the Western Cape. The last rain I can recall was on the 2nd of July in Cape Town and it was less than 2mm that fell.…

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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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