14 It’s Stormy Weather

It’s Stormy Weather

Posted on July 23, 2009 by


Russian storm and hurricane

Seems like Russia becomes a land of storms lately, the previously unseen severe hurricanes struck the cities, like this one from Novosibirsk city a few days ago.


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via randan.ru

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14 Responses to “It’s Stormy Weather”

  1. n says:

    we need such hurricane in Lt to remove rondomly grown trees near block houses, couse government does’n allow to do this

  2. Scrat says:

    High winds channeled by those tall apartment buildings. It had to be a freak thing as the trees were not adapted to it. Had they been subjected to it over time their root systems and trunks would have been stronger. I saw the same thing in New Holland Pa years ago, at one point I was doing 60mph down the road and a large garbage can was passing me.

  3. hobbitofny says:

    Do you mean tornado?

  4. shaggy says:

    Nice chick

  5. pimp says:

    So what?

  6. Tolis says:

    wOW!!…Haarp does an awesome job!!

  7. Obama says:

    Hurricanes.. in Siberia… right.

  8. cwl.rus says:

    Tolis, do you think haarp really operates?

  9. Lada Niva says:

    weather control device ON

  10. Hollander22 says:

    Blame the chinese too mutch pollution of air caused by them i mean like 40% of worlds polluttion

  11. Ivan Mikhailov says:

    That took only few minutes. I entered subway right before the storm, only few first drops of rain were down. The train took no more than 15 minutes but when I was back on the street there was strong rain but only moderate wind. I’ve totally missed the show :)

    On my way to the home, some lights were broken, so there were traffic jams, and lightnings damaged power lines in my part of the city so there was a blackout for two hrs.

  12. Useful site, where did you come up with the information in this piece? I’m pleased I found it though, ill be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.

  13. Carol Lynn says:

    This was the work of a tornado or downbursts.

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