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Weird News The world's strangest weather phenomena and where to see them

04:50  17 february  2020
04:50  17 february  2020 Source:   loveexploring.com

6.3-magnitude quake strikes south of Indonesia's Bali

  6.3-magnitude quake strikes south of Indonesia's Bali A strong earthquake jolted Indonesia's holiday island of Bali early on Thursday, but no tsunami warning was issued. A hotel staffer Indra Kurniawan just got home from work when the jolt shook his boarding house in Canggu, Bali. Gallery: The world's strangest weather phenomena and where to see them (Love Exploring)  "The shaking was not that powerful but ones could feel it. It lasted not more than a minute," he told AFP.The Southeast Asian archipelago is one of the most disaster-prone nations on Earth.In 2018, a 7.

Sometimes they produce dry lightning (lightning without rain) and can even extinguish the fire that formed it. Typically seen during sunrise or sunset, the Film fans will recognize this phenomenon from Pirates of the Caribbean: At World ' s End, however in reality it’s not quite as spectacular.

This weather phenomenon is luminous plasma that appears like fire on objects, such as the masts of ships or lightning rods, in an area that is electrically charged All refer to phenomena that occur in the upper atmosphere in the regions around thunderstorms. They appear as cones, glows and discharges.

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A mum is jumping for joy after her eight-month-old baby who was examined by a coronavirus infected GP did not pick up the strain.

Eight-month-old James Adlam was feared to be Britain’s youngest virus victim after he was treated for a leg injury by a doctor with the condition at Worthing Hospital, Brighton.

His family were made to isolate themselves at home and were terrified the baby would pick up the deadly strain, known as Covid-19.

After days of fearing for her son’s life, mum Stephanie, 28, is now over the moon after a coronavirus test came back negative.

a bus parked in front of a building: Worthing Hospital in West Sussex, where a healthcare worker is among the eight cases of coronavirus that have been confirmed in the UK (PA) © Provided by Evening Standard Worthing Hospital in West Sussex, where a healthcare worker is among the eight cases of coronavirus that have been confirmed in the UK (PA)

“After everything we’ve been through — the panic, the terror — it’s a huge weight off our shoulders,” she told The Sun.

New NASA Photos From Antarctica Reveal Shocking Levels of Ice Melt

  New NASA Photos From Antarctica Reveal Shocking Levels of Ice Melt New NASA Photos From Antarctica Reveal Shocking Levels of Ice MeltBut on February 6, the weather station at Esperanza Base on the Antarctic Peninsula - the northernmost tip of the content - logged the hottest temperature ever recorded on the mainland, at 18.3°C (64.9°F).

The weather phenomena on this list, however, are rare, breath-taking and something you’ll really want to talk about if you get the chance to witness them . Find out which adventure travel destinations you need to visit in order to have the chance to witness these mysterious and strange weather

See pictures of the rare natural phenomena . Carol will be joining Country Living readers on a cruise of Norway to see the Northern lights this year – a trip not to be missed. They 're beautiful!” 2. Midnight sun. For those brave enough to venture deep into the planet’ s northern hemisphere and cross the

“We still have to stay indoors until next week but we are jumping for joy.

“It’s been a really crazy week, I can’t put it into words.

a man holding a kite while standing in the grass: A Brighton GP caught the strain after going on holiday with super spreader Steve Walsh (Servomex/AFP via Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard A Brighton GP caught the strain after going on holiday with super spreader Steve Walsh (Servomex/AFP via Getty Images)

“I’m just so relieved it’s all over and my family are going to be OK.”

James had been showing severe symptoms of coronavirus including extreme fatigue, high temperature and a runny nose.

The baby had been put at risk by a GP who had holidayed with virus super-spreader, Stephen Walsh, 53.

Father-of-two Mr Walsh caught the strain in Singapore and unknowingly infected 11 Brits on a ski trip to France.

Public Health England called the family on Tuesday and told them they were at risk.

Paramedics in hazmat suits arrived at their home in minutes and took them to the hospital for testing in an ambulance.

The family were then quarantined at home.

Black Caps capitulate as India inflict more Super Over misery .
After losing four wickets in the final regulation over, New Zealand lost to India in a Super Over for the second time in three days.Just two days after falling 3-0 behind in the five-match series in a Super Over at Hamilton having need three off five balls in the final over, New Zealand again fell short in an eliminator at Wellington after the 40 overs finished with the scores level.

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