ในห้อง 'ภัยพิบัติและการเตรียมการ' ตั้งกระทู้โดย Falkman, 7 กุมภาพันธ์ 2012.
เก็บรวบรวมข้อมูลเกี่ยวกับภัยหนาว หิมะตก จากที่ต่างๆ รวมไว้ในกระทู้นี้
ญี่ปุ่น ได้เก็บสถิติการหนาวที่สุดไว้ 38 แห่ง ทั่วประเทศ
Japan: Record lows recorded at 38 locations
The Japan Times
Sat, 04 Feb 2012 15:39 CST
© Kyodo Photos
Ice fishermen cast lines Friday in Lake Yamanaka in Yamanashi Prefecture.
Well below zero from Kyushu to Hokkaido and more cold looms
The country experienced severe cold weather Friday and morning temperatures dropped to record lows at 38 locations nationwide, the Meteorological Agency said.
From Tohoku to Kyushu, 16 prefectures recorded their lowest temperatures ever, including the town of Kusu in Oita Prefecture, where the mercury fell to minus 14.7 degrees, and Mashiki, Kumamoto Prefecture, where the temperature plunged to minus 8.4.
Temperatures were below zero early Friday at more than 90 percent of 927 observation points across Japan, the agency said.
The lowest figure was minus 32.6 in Esashi, Hokkaido.
© Japan Times
In the pink: Cherry trees (above) bloom in Nagoya despite the extreme cold Friday.
The agency said the cold air mass that caused blizzards along the Sea of Japan coast has now passed over the archipelago. But sunshine in many places caused a phenomenon known as radiative cooling, in which heat is taken from land surfaces and leads to freezing temperatures, it said.
The cold should ease early next week but is likely to return around Wednesday, it forecast.
"There is a possibility of heavy snow again" next week and people should continue to be cautious, agency forecaster Koji Ishihara said.
According to the agency, the cold weather is expected to continue through April because of the La Nina phenomenon, in which the temperature of the sea surface off Peru drops.
"Based on our forecast, February's temperatures nationwide will be lower" than in normal years, Ishihara said. "We project low temperatures will continue through March and April, excluding Hokkaido and the Tohoku region."
© Japan Times
The Ryuo waterfall (below) is mostly frozen Thursday in Hino, Tottori Prefecture.
UK: Snow Forces Heathrow to Cancel Half its Flights
Sun, 05 Feb 2012 00:00 CST
Heathrow Airport has cut around half of the 1,300 flights scheduled for Sunday after snow and freezing temperatures hit much of England on Saturday.
"Heathrow is open. Our runways, taxiways and stands have been cleared of snow. Our snow plan has worked far better than in previous years, and the airport is getting back to normal. However, there will still be disruption for passengers, as indicated Saturday," Heathrow owner BAA said in a statement.
Around 10 centimetres of snow fell over Britain in 24 hours.
BAA was criticised in December 2010 after heavy snowfall led to the virtual shutdown of Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, leaving thousands of passengers stranded.
"British Airways has complied with the request (to introduce a reduced flight schedule) and continues to work with BAA to help keep the airport running as smoothly as possible. We are combining some of our schedule to ensure our customers can continue to fly to their destination as planned on alternate services," said flag carrier British Airways, which runs the largest fleet in Britain.
London's Gatwick airport said it planned to operate as normal but warned passengers of possible disruptions.
BAA said that based on current weather forecasts, there was no need to make wholesale changes to Heathrow's flight schedule Monday.
"There may still be some cancellations as a result of disruption with aircraft and crew needing to be repositioned," BAA said.
"There is no further snowfall forecast Sunday, but there is a forecast of freezing fog from 1800 GMT."
The Littlest Ice Age: Europeans Beg for the Return of "Global Warming"
Sun, 05 Feb 2012 04:24 CST
A man walks past an ice covered car on the frozen waterside promenade at Lake Geneva in Versoix, near Geneva, Switzerland, early Feb. 5. The death toll from the vicious cold snap across Europe has risen to more than 260, with the winter misery set to hit thousands of those seeking to escape it as air traffic was hit.
How cold is the Winter of 2010-2011 in Great Britain and Ireland? Well, it has been "referred to as The Big Freeze by national media. In the UK it was the coldest December ever, since Met Office records began in 1910, with a mean temperature of -1°C. It broke the previous record of 0.1°C in December 1981."
And it obviously broke records for cold set before the "Met Office records began in 1910" as indicated in this souvenir:
Or this bookplate made in 1740:
These are from the traditional River Thames frost fairs which were "on the Tideway of the River Thames at London between the 15th and 19th centuries, during the period known as the Little Ice Age."
A large collection of these items and other paintings from this pre-Global Warming era can be seen at this LiveJournal Page. It is both chilling and illuminating.
Europeans might want to think twice about turning over a large section of their power needs to wind and solar power. It might get kind of cold outside and time for more Frost Fairs!
In the meantime, the cold in Europe is alarming. How alarming? It seems that Global Warming has been quietly cancelled in the UK. Forget global warming - it's Cycle 25 we need to worry about (and if NASA scientists are right, the Thames will be freezing over again) Met Office releases new figures which show no warming in 15 years. The supposed 'consensus' on man-made global warming is facing an inconvenient challenge after the release of new temperature data showing the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years. The figures suggest that we could even be heading for a mini ice age to rival the 70-year temperature drop that saw frost fairs held on the Thames in the 17th Century. Based on readings from more than 30,000 measuring stations, the data was issued last week without fanfare by the Met Office and the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit. It confirms that the rising trend in world temperatures ended in 1997. Oops, I guess this is a case for "Mistaeks wur maid."
จำนวนผู้เสียชีวิตจากความหนาวเย็นในยุโรป กว่า 300 แล้ว
Death toll from Europe cold snap passes 300
Terra Daily / Agence France-Presse
Mon, 06 Feb 2012 08:35 CST
The deadly cold snap that has gripped Europe for more than a week wrought more havoc across the continent Sunday, straining emergency services, grounding flights and pushing the death toll past 300.
The homeless population has borne the brunt of the suffering, with dozens of transients freezing to death in unheated apartments, fire escapes or in makeshift street shelters.
Swiss temperatures plunged to minus 35.1 degrees Celsius in the eastern Graubuenden canton on Sunday night
French authorities on Sunday found the body of a homeless man who had frozen to death, bringing to at least 306 the number of cold-related deaths reported across Europe.
With night-time temperatures plunging as low as minus 40 Celsius (minus 40 Fahrenheit) in Finland, the grim winter toll also rose in other countries.
Italy, Poland and Ukraine all recorded more deaths.
Ukraine announced another nine deaths, bring their total to 131 -- most of them homeless people who perished on the streets since the freeze started nine days ago, Ukraine's emergencies ministry said.
Some 1,800 people had been hospitalised, and 75,000 people had sought warmth and food in over 3,000 shelters across Ukraine.
The bitter cold front has engulfed much of Europe and even crossed the Mediterranean into north Africa, where as many as 16 people were killed on Algeria's snow-slicked roads or in other weather-related accidents.
In Rome, traffic was virtually paralysed by black ice as snow covered the city.
As residents resorted to sawing through fallen trees blocking the roads, many people said they had had no assistance from the authorities.
"It's awful. I had to walk two hours through freezing temperatures just to get to the metro," Rome resident Federico Maneski said. "The area is full of trees that have fallen on cars but no one's come to help us."
The Italian death toll reached 17 when three homeless people were found dead, while two men suffered heart attacks as they shovelled snow in the Abruzzo region and Campania regions.
London's Heathrow Airport, the world's busiest passenger air hub, cancelled half of Sunday's 1,300 flights after it was blanketed in six centimetres (2.4 inches) of snow. Heavy snow falls in other parts of Britain left motorway drivers stranded overnight.
The cold claimed eight new victims in Poland, bringing that country's toll to 53, and in Serbia, which has recorded nine deaths, authorities declared states of emergency in 32 municipalities, mostly in the south and southwest.
Almost 70,000 people remained cut off in snowed-in Serbian villages, with police and military units providing basic necessities, said Predrag Maric, the police official in charge of Serbia's emergency services.
In Romania, six new deaths brought the toll there to 34.
But there was better news in Croatia, where a woman gave birth to a girl with the help of two neighbours after emergency services were unable to reach her as she went into labour in a village cut off by a blizzard.
She named her daughter Snjezana -- "Snow-White" in Croatian.
Overnight temperatures in Finland plummeted to minus 40 degrees Celsius (minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit), but that did not deter many Helsinki voters from turning out to vote in a presidential election.
Motorists were warned of more arctic winds and slick roads and poor visibility because of powdery snow.
Similar conditions led to pile-ups Friday near Helsinki, in which more than 200 cars were involved, and about 40 people taken to hospital.
The cold spell is forecast to last until at least the middle of the week.
มันจะอุ่นขึ้นไหมครับ หรือ นี่คือหายนะที่จะหนาวไปทั้งปีครับ? มีใครพยากรว่ากระแสความเย็นครั้งนี้จะลดเมื่อไหร่หรือยังครับพี่ ?
ยังคงไม่มีใครพยากรณ์แน่ๆ เพราะว่าตอนนี้อากาศมันแปรปรวนสุดๆ ตำราเก่าๆ ใช้ไม่ได้แล้ว แต่อาจมีคนพยากรณ์ก็ได้ แต่ยังหาไม่เจอจ้า
เคยอ่า่นหนังสือ 6 องศาเปลี่ยนโลก
อุณหภูมิต่ำสุดในรัสเซียแถว Yakutsk เดือนมกรา -56 องศาเซลเซียส
Record January temperatures in Russia: -56 degrees Celsius recorded in Yakutsk region
By <address class="author vcard">chillymanjaro</address>
– <abbr class="published" title="2012-01-13T01:25:39+00:00">January 13, 2012
This winter in Russia started unusually warm. 9.5 degrees Celsius (49.1 degrees Fahrenheit) was recorded in the north-western city of Kaliningrad which is a new record for the period. The start of winter in Kaliningrad was unusually warm. On January 2, the temperature stood at 9.5 degrees Celsius, a record for January since the start of meteorological data. It is expected that the pattern could continue this week. Usually, the Gulf of Finland off the port of Saint Petersburg freeze every winter for the last 100 years but that didn’t happen this year. However, eastern Siberia was freezing. -56 degrees Celsius was recorded in Yakutia nad -40 in the Far East.
Mean annual temperatures in Russia (Source: Fundamentals of World Regional Geography)
In winter an intense high-pressure system causes winds to blow from the south and the southwest in all but the Pacific region of the Russian landmass; in summer a low-pressure system brings winds from the north and the northwest to most of the landmass. That meteorological combination reduces the wintertime temperature difference between north and south. Thus, average January temperatures are -8°C in St. Petersburg, -27°C in the West Siberian Plain, and -43°C at Yakutsk (in east-central Siberia, at approximately the same latitude as St. Petersburg), while the winter average on the Mongolian border, whose latitude is some 10° farther south, is barely warmer.
<center> <ins style="display:inline-table;border:none;height:15px;margin:0;padding:0;position:relative;visibility:visible;width:468px"><ins id="aswift_1_anchor" style="display:block;border:none;height:15px;margin:0;padding:0;position:relative;visibility:visible;width:468px"></ins></ins></center>Summer temperatures are more affected by latitude, however; the Arctic islands average 4°C, and the southernmost regions average 20°C. Russia’s potential for temperature extremes is typified by the national record low of -94°C, recorded at Verkhoyansk in north-central Siberia and the record high of 38°C, recorded at several southern stations.
หลวงพ่อปราโมทย์บอกว่า "น้ำ" ไปแล้ว
แต่ "ลม" กำลังมา
ลมหรือดิน อิอิ :boo:
ลม+ดิน = แผ่นดินไหว
ขอบคุณทุกๆข้อมูล จะได้เตรียมตัว?? ตายแง็มม..
คิดว่าช่วง มี.ค.- เม.ย. นี้กลัวแต่ลมพายุฤดูร้อน จะนำลูกเห็บลูกใหญ่เท่าไข่มาตกอ่ะซิค่ะ ต้องมีแน่ ๆ เลย
แถวบ้านผม มี 3 ฤดูแล้วครับ เช้า อากาศหนาวจัด เที่ยง อากาศร้อนจัด ตกเย็นฝนตก......มีคนป่วนกันมากขึ้นโรงพยาบาลคนเต็ม..........
1. ลม (เดาว่าพายุสุริยะหรือเปล่าน้า ^^)
3. ความขาดแคลน ความอดอยาก ถึงมีเงินแต่ทำอะไรไม่ได้ ให้ฝึกอยู่อย่างเรียบง่าย
ส่วนแผ่นดินไหว ท่านคงเห็นว่ามีหลายคนพูดไปแล้วมั้ง ^^
ไม่รู้ว่าเมืองไทยจะต้องเจอเหตุการณ์แบบนี้ด้วยหรือเปล่า มีโอกาสก็เตรียมอุปกรณ์เครื่องกันหนาวไว้ด้วยนะครับ เพื่อความไม่ประมาท
แยกชื่อด้วยเครื่องหมายจุลภาค เช่น พลังจิต, พุทธศาสนา