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World Meteorology Day and 150th anniversary of an international meteorological community

World Meteorological Day takes place every year on March 23. With the convention of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), which came into force in 1950, the cooperation of a wide range of nations should lead to more reliable weather forecasts. This year, World Meteorological Day takes place under the motto "the future of weather, climate and water over generations".

Michael Eichmann

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Active Tornado Early Season – the next chapter today?

Last week, a powerful tornado in the state of Mississippi claimed numerous lives and caused major destruction in several small towns. Traditionally, however, the tornado season is just beginning at the end of March. There are indications that the early tornado season will be more active in the medium term. Already today, there are the next thunderstorms with a large tornado potential.

Michael Eichmann

 

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