Saturday, June 30, 2012


  • WASHINGTON -- A fast-moving, aggressive thunderstorm system known as a derecho is headed toward the nations capital and is poised to cause severe wind damage.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • A meteorological phenomenon known as a progressive derecho, or a line of thunderstorms with a long history of producing damaging winds in excess of 60 MPH, is about to tear through the state of Ohio.
  • Mondays widespread destructive wind-storm in the form of a derecho left tens of thousands without power and at least one person dead in Mississippi.
  • (Examiner)
  • Associated with a larger complex of storms, a derecho, moving through Virginia the strong winds raced southeast away from the parent storm. The severe winds in the Triad, however, were associated with what is called a gust front.
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  • Downed trees and other damage in eastern Goochland and western Hanover counties was caused not by a storm called a derecho but by straight winds, the service said. "We mislabeled that," said John Billet, a weather service meteorologist in Wakefield.
  • (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
  • Los militares que sustituyeron a Hosni Mubarak hace 16 meses se adjudicaron la semana pasada el cometido de legisladores, el derecho a detener civiles, controlar la redacción de una nueva carta magna y quitarle al próximo presidente muchos poderes.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The numbers are staggering early on this Saturday morning — an estimated 3.5 million without power (and growing) from an especially intense and long-lived derecho event — a windstorm generated over a large distance by a bowing line of thunderstorms.
  • (Roanoke Times)
  • No está permitido verter comentarios contrarios a las leyes españolas o injuriantes. Reservado el derecho a eliminar los comentarios que consideremos fuera de tema.
  • (Diario AS)

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