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Damaging Wind Storms Trend : Canada

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MEGATRNDZ  >  Climate Chaos Trends >  Damaging Wind Storms Trend> 50 Train Cars Derailed in Damaging Winds Over 138 km in Alberta, Canada October 18, 2017

Top News: Threatening Winds over 100  KM in Manitoba, Canada Expected Today October 18, 2017 


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Damaging Winds Trend: 50 Train Cars Derailed  over 138 km October 18, 2017! 

2017-10-18 7 am 
Hashtags #climatechaos #abstorm #MBstorm #winnipegstorm #wpgstorm #windalert

Powerful  Wind storms came from the West Coast yesterday.
Thousands of people in  Western Canada have been left without electricity and some are being evacuated due to fires quickly spreading eastwards.

Weighing over 50,000 pounds , 50 Train Cars derailed due to powerful Gusty Winds in Alberta.
The Fire crews had to be called in this emergency read more at the Fire Crews respond to ..

The Canadian Rcmp investigating winds and why 50  railway cars derailment, as reported in the RCMP investigating 2 train derailments near Red Deer..:

Three Hills RCMP officers were called at 5:19 p.m. for 25 freight cars derailed near Huxley, Alta., approximately 75 kilometres by car from Red Deer. Officers said it's too soon to know the cause of the derailment. At approximately 6 p.m., Wainwright RCMP were called to a train trestle near Township Road 542 for a reported train derailment.

50 Cars derailed in Alberta RCMP investigating winds by megatrndz

On Tuesday October 17, 2017 winds from the West Coast British Columbia were 143 km to Alberta were 123 km. In Grouse, British Columbia winds speeds of 142 km were reported on Tuesday . One Twitter feed report The train fell off the trestle in Wainwright oh no! Near Claresholm, AB Trucks overturned on the highways turned over as well.

British Columbia has several areas under fire. With the winds gust fueling grass fires into Alberta and cause and Evacuation Order in home in the area of Airdrie , Alberta.

Between Saskatchewan and Manitoba there is a ten degree gap and changes caused by low pressure says the weather network this morning. After a couple of days now the West Coast powerful winds are arriving today in the Prairies.  There is already a Wind Warnings Manitoba will be between 95 km to over 100 km.

33 ft High Waves off Coast of BC Canada

Tweets on Damaging Wind Storms Trend : Alberta

The Twitter feed describes the train derailment happened just north of Trochu 2 miles. Heavy winds around 5pm tonight derailed about 50 cars. #abstorm

MB Powerful Wind Warning

City of Winnipeg
City of Brandon
Mun. of Glenboro-South Cypress incl. Treesbank
Mun. of Norfolk Treherne
Mun. of North Cypress-Langford incl. Neepawa and Carberry Mun. of North Norfolk incl. MacGregor Sidney and Austin
Mun. of Oakland-Wawanesa incl. Carroll
R.M. of Cornwallis west of Shilo incl. Chater
R.M. of Elton incl. Forrest
R.M. of Victoria incl. Holland and Cypress River
R.M. of East St Paul
R. M of St Andrews

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Earthquakes Around the World

Wednesday October 18 2017, 16:44:37 UTC 2 hours ago Eastern New Guinea region, PNG. 5.5 depth 200.0 depth Australia
Wednesday October 18 2017, 16:44:36 UTC 2 hours ago 131km N of Lae, Papua New Guinea 5.6

Wednesday October 18 2017, 12:00:59 UTC 7 hours ago 100km SSE of Pangai, Tonga 6.0 mag 10.0 depth
Wednesday October 18 2017, 12:00:55 UTC 7 hours ago Tonga Islands. 6.4 mag
Wednesday October 18 2017, 11:57:02 UTC 7 hours ago 12km ESE of Soda Springs, Idaho 2.6 mag 7.8 depth
Wednesday October 18 2017, 09:07:15 UTC 10 hours ago 186km E of Korsakov, Russia 4.7 mag 10.9 depth

Deep earthquake at 120- 200 depth

Wednesday October 18 2017, 16:44:37 UTC 2 hours ago Eastern New Guinea region, PNG. 5.5 depth 200.0 depth Australia
Wednesday October 18 2017, 08:23:36 UTC 10 hours ago 80km WSW of Cantwell, Alaska 1.5 120.5