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  • El Nino more than 50% likely by summer: US weather forecaster

    El Nino more than 50% likely by summer: US weather forecaster

    In its monthly report, the Climate Prediction Center, an agency of the National Weather Service, pegged the likelihood at more than 50 percent.

  • Global markets in cautious mood ahead of US jobs report

    Global markets in cautious mood ahead of US jobs report

    The March U.S. payrolls report looms as a major test of the argument that the economic weakness of January and February was due to bad weather and the recovery is still on track.

  • UN scientists see grim future if no action taken on climate change

    UN scientists see grim future if no action taken on climate change

    UN scientists are set to deliver their darkest report yet on the impacts of climate change, pointing to a future stalked by floods, drought, conflict and economic damage if carbon emissions go untamed.

  • Wall Street week ahead: Stocks may extend rally after strong jobs data

    Wall Street week ahead: Stocks may extend rally after strong jobs data

    February's jobs report followed two straight months of payroll reports that were sharply below expectations, and the rebound reinforced the theory that the weakness in December and January had been temporary, related to weather as opposed to worsenin...

  • US suffered $7 billion losses in weather disasters in 2013: Report

    US suffered $7 billion losses in weather disasters in 2013: Report

    The US experienced seven weather and climate disaster events in 2013, each with losses exceeding $1 billion in damages, according to a government report released on Wednesday.

  • Cyclone Helen likely to make landfall in Andhra Pradesh on Friday afternoon, massive evacuation underway

    Cyclone Helen likely to make landfall in Andhra Pradesh on Friday afternoon, massive evacuation underway

    Cyclone Helen: Severe cyclonic storm 'Helen', packed with wind speed reaching up to 120 kmph, is likely to cross southern Andhra Pradesh coast between Nellore and Machillipatnam, close to Ongole, on Friday afternoon, a latest report from the weather ...

  • UN panel to blame mankind for global warming

    UN panel to blame mankind for global warming

    A United Nations panel of experts met today to review a draft report that raises the probability that climate change is man-made to 95 percent and warns of ever more extreme weather unless governments take strong action.

  • Five NATO troops die in Afghan chopper crash: report

    Five members of the NATO-led international force fighting in Afghanistan were killed in a helicopter crash in bad weather in the country's south, the coalition and provincial authorities said on Tuesday.

  • Chill returns to Kashmir Valley as mercury dips

    Chill returns to Kashmir Valley as mercury dips

    After a brief respite, cold wave conditions returned to trouble Kashmir as night temperatures dipped below freezing point across the Valley, even as the weatherman predicted snowfall on Wednesday.

  • Amritsar coldest as cold conditions continue in Punjab, Haryana

    Amritsar coldest as cold conditions continue in Punjab, Haryana

    Amritsar was the coldest place in the region on Tuesday with a minimum of 2.4 degrees Celsius as cold conditions prevailed in the state and neighbouring Haryana.

  • Clear day for Delhi today

    Clear day for Delhi today

    It was a cold morning in the national capital on Tuesday but without the bite. There was a shallow fog and the minimum temperature settled a notch below average at 6.6 degrees Celsius.

  • 6 flights cancelled, 50 others hit in Delhi

    6 flights cancelled, 50 others hit in Delhi

    Six flights were cancelled and 50 domestic and international flights affected at the Indira Gandhi International Airport where operations had been hit for the last four days due to dense fog.

  • Less fortunate in America hit hardest by extreme weather: Report

    US droughts, floods and heat waves likely fueled by climate change in the last two years hit the people who can afford it the least - the poor and middle class, a report published on Friday said.

  • Mumbai, Miami on list for big weather disasters

    Mumbai, Miami on list for big weather disasters

    Global warming is leading to such severe storms, droughts and heat waves that nations should prepare for an unprecedented onslaught of deadly and costly weather disasters, an international panel of climate scientists says in a report issued on Wednes...

  • 2011 One of hottest on record despite La Nina

    2011 One of hottest on record despite La Nina

    Global temperatures in 2011 hit the 11th highest level on record despite the cooling influence of a strong La Nina weather pattern, the World Meteorological Organization said on Friday. On average, global temperatures in 2011 were lower than the reco...

  • Mumbai weather: Cold spell in city continues

    Mumbai weather: Cold spell in city continues

    Mumbai weather: The city recorded a minimum temperature of 10.6 degrees Celsius this morning, which is five degrees below normal for the month of February.

  • North India in the grip of cold wave, IGI fogged out

    North India in the grip of cold wave, IGI fogged out

    There was no respite from the severe cold wave conditions for Rajasthan with Mt Abu and Bikaner recording minimum temperature of minus one degree Celsius and 1.4 degree Celsius respectively.??????? The pink city shivered at 2.3 degree Celsius while Sriganganagar re...

  • After brutal snowstorm, US starts cleaning up

    After brutal snowstorm, US starts cleaning up

    A slow-moving storm that brought bone-chilling cold and dropped heavy snow causing dozens of accidents, stranded more than 100 motorists and collapsed the roof of an NFL stadium made its way out of the Midwest.The storm continued its trek northeast early Tuesday over the Great Lakes and into Canada....

  • Delhi orders rain gear for Commonwealth Games

    Delhi orders rain gear for Commonwealth Games

    Fears of wet weather have prompted organisers of next month's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi to order rain gear to protect performers, athletes and spectators, a report said on Saturday.

  • 2009 warmest year in over 100 years

    According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), 2009 was the warmest year since 1901.

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