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With a fearsome winter storm expected to hit New England this weekend, you’re probably thinking about how to hunker down and stay warm...🧵 (1/14)
As you plan for this Friday & Saturday, you’re probably also hearing frenzied voices panic about the possibility of rolling energy #Blackouts. (2/14)
In fact, @jonchesto was recently one of those voices, writing in the @BostonGlobe about how New England’s “luck” of avoiding blackouts may come to an end. (3/14)
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THREAD: Some interesting uses of the @TwitterAPI to explore #extremeweather events in relation to #climatechange. I found the cognitive dissonance explored in the #wildfires in Australia to hold up based on…developer.twitter.com/en/use-cases/b…
…research that has been carried out. This is where #socialscience can be a leader in engaging with the public. Work that I’m doing now creates spaces for conversations that explore #severeweather risk, focusing on issues of shelter access for those without a range of resources
…we help #communities explore their options, including building consensus on alternative shelter provision, especially where funding is an issue in rural communities. We work with faith groups who have strong #trust and social networks alongside other stakeholders to explore…
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So #ICYMI #OnThisDay in 1974, and into the following day, was the #Tornado #SuperOutbreak This montage of images is on the @NWS pages at: weather.gov/iln/19740403 Image
I have the following image as a poster in my office for several reasons, which I will expound upon in subsequent tweets. Firstly it was produced by hand by Theodore ‘Ted’ Fujita, who developed the F-scale (later the EF-Scale based in wind intensity and damage. Image
What I really noticed in the key/legend on the map was how he was also looking at the type of structure where fatalities occurred, something that other scientists (@StephenMStrader) were looking at before I came along, but once you start, you can’t stop. I’m pretty much obsessed. Image
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😃👋Hello and welc😳..... er..... hang on a minute...
let's make very sure this is NOT YOU this winter.
It's day 28 #30days30waysUK and we're taking #WinterReady #DrivePrepared - thread ⬇️
❄️Are you ready for winter? #SevereWeather can affect everyone in the UK not just if you're living in the North. Follow @ReadyScotland advice:

Jason from @KirkleesCouncil knows what he's talking about in terms of #WinterReady #preparedness which covers a range of weather from flooding to snow. Remember the #BeastFromTheEast? Take a look ▶️🔊
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😺Hello #30days30waysUK day 9.
As it's also #WhiskersWednesday - don't you think we have the purrfect gif to start us off? 😺😉
Our topic today is🥵🥶 #weatheraware #preparedness for #heatwave and #coldsnap or #coldwave
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⛱️Remember those long, glorious summer days?
Well, a #heatwave impacts all our health and well-being even if you're lucky and less hairy than #CatsOfTwitter...🙀😸...but seriously, take a look @metoffice advice
bit.ly/MetOfficeHotWe…
The @metoffice Heat-Health Watch runs every year from 1 June to 15 September and acts as an early warning. Alerts are issued and can look like this one from July 2018. More info via bit.ly/MetOfficeHeatH…
#health #heatwave #prepYourHealth #30days30waysUK Image
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Hey #weather research scientists! We are looking for your expertise! Are you interested in wind/temp profile at night? Are you using or wishing to use doppler on wheel? We could have something to propose to you! #severeweather #aeroecology #DOW 1/n
I'm a research scientist in #forest #ecology at the @cflscf (@NRCan). With a high-expertise team, we are looking at the dispersal patterns of the most important pests in eastern North American conifer forests: the #sprucebudworm. 2/
@cflscf @NRCan #Sprucebudworm #outbreaks occur every ca 30-40 years and can last 5 to 15 years. The last major outbreak (1969-92) covered 55 M ha (yes MILLIONS !) and resulted in tremendous losses in the forest sector. (below: area defoliated in 1975). 3/
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👋😀A very good #SundayMorning to you on day 15 #30days30waysUK - our half-way mark of 'September is #Preparedness Month'. Today we are looking ahead...

#WinterReady
🌨️🚗👍 We're joined by @N44Response with this introduction video 🔊 to vehicle checks and safe #WinterDriving for #WinterReady. Follow them and our hashtag #30days30waysUK for #RoadSafety top tips today:

Also, @KirkleesCouncil has several excellent video for this years’ #30days30waysUK like this one where Jason explains more about #WinterReady 🔊

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A good #MondayMorning, welcome to day 17 #30days30waysUK. We are joined by @jobayeshopp @NorthantsEPTeam and many others to talk about #invacuation or #ShelterInPlace in case of an emergency. The video explains:
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Because of #severeweather consequences, e.g. #flooding or other safety issues, you may need to #evacuate and leave your house or flat. In such circumstances the local authorities will arrange temporary shelter usually termed reception or rest centres.
But there is also the opposite: 'INVACUATE'. Today, we share information and practical tips for when you are advised to go in, stay in and tune in or simply chose to #ShelterInPlace. Follow #30days30waysUK for information and top tips across social media today. Image
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