Hungarian "RSOE EDIS" is reporting New Zealand having wind, waves, and snow right now (7/24/2008) and Liberia having severe raining and flooding.
RSOE Emergency and Disaster Information Service
Havaria Information Service Alert Map
I got that link awhile back on one of the relatively disinfo earthquake sites "Earthboppin Earth Groans" from an entity (SignonID) that seemed more legit than most. Apparently the "Security Clearance" is low just looking at it, since at times (when one wants to look at a photo for instance) it may have an error message mentioning the Security Level being too low.
It seems to be connected to USGS here in the US for earthquake information. But beyond earthquake information, there is everything from air and motor accidents/incidents to flu and epidemic or disease cases or outbreaks, volcano eruptions or warnings, weather-related events such as rain, wind, hurricane, and heat or cold extremes, etc. A good site to bookmark.
I was noticing that Liberian flooding and extreme raining situation.
Night before last, in "Storm2K" website,
Regular Weather not Disinfo Weather Site STORM2K
I noticed that someone was saying that a weather system coming AFTER "97L" (which was then off the west coast of Africa but has since been "abandoned" by the National Hurricane Center, officially, in terms of tracking it, last evening) would be the one to watch. (Possibly this was because the "GOES" Model* said this, I don't know.) This was strange since there was nothing "official" about any such system or pre-system whatsoever being said, or shown at that point on the maps they maintain on that site. I reckon Liberia (coastline said to be 350 miles or so long) to be about 1000 miles "as the crow flies" from Cape Verde (this is just a rough estimate on my part).
At any rate, RSOE EDIS has there being a lot of rain in Liberia at present.
*GOES means Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite
NOAA wrote:GOES MODEL SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE
** Experimental Product **
Composite images of satellite-derived sea surface temperatures (SST, degrees Celsius) for the Western Atlantic and Eastern Pacific. SST is calculated from GOES infrared satellite data. Composites are an average of 5 days of hourly images (a total of 120 frames). Areas with no valid data over the 5 days are shown in black.
The Enhanced fields use dynamic colorbar settings which allow higher resolution for regions with small ranges in temperature. Blue areas in the Age and Numbers fields show most recent data and greatest quantity of data, respectively.
Displaying data for July 24, 2008. Click on thumbnail for larger image.
GoesSST Model Sea Surface Temperature