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NOWCAST WMM NEWS AND NOTES DOWNPOUR S TRIGGER numbe r of tornadoes, with 665 Dan McCarthy, SPC warning TREMORS IN GERMAN ALPS reports in the first six months of coordination meteorologist, said, the year. However, tornado activ- "Th e ingredients needed in the Heavy rain is being blamed for a series of earth tremors at the foot ity in 2005 is well below last year's atmospher e never really came record-breaking total of96 4 torna- together, preventing development o f the German Alps earlier this of our normal springtime pattern summer. does from January through June. Bavarian Environment Minis- The streak, which also included that makes long-track tornadoes and tornado outbreaks possible ter Werner Schnappauf said in a no fatalities in July, came to an end statement that "scientists had long on 12 August, when one person durin g these prime months for severe weather." He called it "truly suspected a connection between was killed by a tornado in north- heavy rainfall and clusters o f small east Wyoming. Six days later, one a unique situation and one that we are very happy to report." quakes in this part of the Alps." person died in southern Wisconsin during an outbreak http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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WMM NEWS AND NOTES DOWNPOUR S TRIGGER numbe r of tornadoes, with 665 Dan McCarthy, SPC warning TREMORS IN GERMAN ALPS reports in the first six months of coordination meteorologist, said, the year. However, tornado activ- "Th e ingredients needed in the Heavy rain is being blamed for a series of earth tremors at the foot ity in 2005 is well below last year's atmospher e never really came record-breaking total of96 4 torna- together, preventing development o f the German Alps earlier this of our normal springtime pattern summer. does from January through June. Bavarian Environment Minis- The streak, which also included that makes long-track tornadoes and tornado outbreaks possible ter Werner Schnappauf said in a no fatalities in July, came to an end statement that "scientists had long on 12 August, when one person durin g these prime months for severe weather." He called it "truly suspected a connection between was killed by a tornado in north- heavy rainfall and clusters o f small east Wyoming. Six days later, one a unique situation and one that we are very happy to report." quakes in this part of the Alps." person died in southern Wisconsin during an outbreak

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Published: Oct 1, 2005

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