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13 hours ago
I can switch career paths and instead research space cyclones. I’m down, who is hiring? πŸ˜€ #hurricane #spacehurricane #wx #spacewx https://t.co/b5fO7xbvbR
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Uni of Reading @UniofReading
Space hurricanes have been observed for the first time in Earth’s upper atmosphere, confirming their existence and shedding new light on the relationship between planets and space.

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πŸ“Έ: Zhang Qinghe, @ShandongU https://t.co/gKt5AHLhWw
17 hours ago
Outlooks will begin a little bit earlier this year for #HurricaneSeason now that we have had an early start to the season 6 years in a row. It will be similar to the start of the eastern Pacific #Hurricane Season, which starts May 15 each year (btw, also my birthday) 😜 #wx https://t.co/BuklG6BOoA
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National Hurricane Center @NWSNHC
After 6 years of Atlantic Tropical Cyclones forming prior to the official start of the season, @NWSNHC will now issue routine Tropical Weather Outlooks starting May 15. No changes to the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season in 2021 https://t.co/bq9zZaVZ4a @NHC_Atlantic https://t.co/clOcx9GS95
3 days ago
Tropical #Cyclone #Marian is located just to the west of #Australia and maintaining wind speeds near 115mph (equivalent to a Cat 3 #hurricane). No threat to land expected at this time but certainly a very strong and impressive storm. Australia cyclone season runs until April. #wx https://t.co/m3AJxe4Tuh Wx_Goddess photo
3 days ago
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Scott Duncan @ScottDuncanWX
⚠️ Spectacular arcus roll cloud filling the sky in Pico Truncado, Argentina πŸ‡¦πŸ‡·

Very ominous looking, associated with thunderstorm outflow.

27 February 2021 πŸŽ₯ @gabrielzubim

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3 days ago
Near record high temperatures are expected again for most of #NCFL this afternoon. The current record is 87Β° in #Gainesville for February 28. We could match or even break that record. Stay hydrated and enjoy the warm temperatures. #flwx https://t.co/nE9NRcsxIw Wx_Goddess photo
3 days ago
Another day of near record high temperatures is expected across most of the Sunshine State. Perfect beach weather to cool off but there is a moderate to high risk of rip currents from the #SpaceCoast down through the #GoldCoast. #flwx https://t.co/C9FVyU71jf
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NWS Melbourne @NWSMelbourne
Feb 28 | Happy last day of meteorological winter! But, it won't feel like winter, especially across the interior, with highs in the mid to upper 80s.

Heading to the beach? There'll be a moderate risk of rip currents and don't forget the sunscreen!πŸ–οΈ https://t.co/Ex8OF5VFbM

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