Extreme weather conditions on the world right now (Fri Sep 3)

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A new important hurricane has shaped in the Atlantic, a chilly alter sweeps across Australia and thunderstorms and significant rain impact western India.

We also just take a search at the North Pole vs the South Pole as cold air grows around the north and small stress peaks in the south.

We just take a seem at the globe’s weather extremes and highlights for the to start with Friday of September 2021. (New Zealand)
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  1. Always look forward too your weather watch update Phillip even though I a kiwi I Think more emphasis needs to be put on the Asian Pronunciation, Some 1 can correct me but I Think it would be pronounced in English as MyYhama any way all good just trying my bit to help you out Phillip, Hope you are well and still love your Weather watch updates

  2. In Illinois we are prepared for hurricane Larry, we have a generator, plenty of gas, food, water, and plenty of ammo for shooting looters,
    it's not the end of the world and Jeebus isn't going to return because he's imaginary! 🤣🤣🤣🤣 ⚛️ 👍 😁 ⚛️

  3. You were absolutely right, Phil! You pronounced 'Gujarat' just like us natives would do with our own accent. Here in New Zealand, we do not have Monsoon, and precipitation is evenly spread out throughout the year with our Winter months being wetter. In the Indian subcontinent, we have Monsoon season running from Late May through late September. India receives 90% of it's yearly rain during these 4 months. Rest of the year is relatively dry and sunny.

  4. Hurricane Larry gives me the jitters as we went through cyclone Larry a cat 5 here in Nth QLD, Australia!… not fun!… Thankyou for a great weather update Phil!…

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