With the South Pacific brewing up some rainclouds as of late, the weekly weather forecast sounds bleaker than a November shower. Todayâ€°Ã›Âªs fare of partly scattered thunderstorms heralds the possibility of rain, with the temperature dropping to around 73-degrees Celsius. It gets even wetter come Thursday evening, where showers are expected to drop the temperatures even lower â€°Ã›Ã’ down to 71-degrees Celsius. If you are expecting a run of sunshine for the coming days, youâ€°Ã›Âªll be out of luck as the possibility of showers all through the rest of the remaining days of the week is expected. Thankfully, the temperatures will be reasonably better after this Friday, with the highest at 86-degrees Celsius, and the lowest expected to reach 74-degrees Celsius. Better ready your self with some raingear just in case you find yourselves caught in a downpour! The possibility of sunshine in any of these coming days will be slim, but chances of showers overall in the South Pacific is a hit or miss in some areas. Expect a slight run of Mister Sunshine on the 19th, http://directtelevisionpackages.com/direct-tv/California/Direct-TV-Sacramento/, as scattered showers allow for a little minimal sunshine to peek through, but itâ€°Ã›Âªll be pouring from there on out.
Vanuatu is an island nation in the South Pacific. It has a population of under 250,000 people who love the sport of rugby. However, it does not appear that the Vanuatu National Rugby Team will by in the Rugby World Cup any time in the near future.
Vaunatu began rugby on the international level in 1966. They played to a tie against Wallis and Futuna. Over the years, Vanuatu has seen some success playing against some of the other small, island nations of the South Pacific. They have Read More
Since 2009, the island of Vanuatu seems to have been experiencing a large uptick in earthquakes. In 2009, they experienced a total of seven earthquakes, all with a magnitude of 6.2 or higher. In 2010, there were six total earthquakes in the area, and a number tsunami warnings were issued. This trend continued throughout 2011 and 2012.
On March 7th, 2013, a magnitude 5.5 earthquake was recorded just off the island of Vanuatu. While this may seem alarming to some people, the amount of earthquakes that occur in this area are quite normal.You can find a quick rundown Read More
Visiting the U.S. Territory of American Samoa in the South Pacific is sometimes an overlooked option for tourists. For one thing it really is a beautiful place to visit. The attractive landscape and the number of outdoor activities are appealing to anyone who loves nature. The fact that it is a U.S. Territory is also appealing in that it is a very safe “foreign” destination to visit. There may be a language difference between the locals Read More
Fears of flooding in New Zealand have all but waned, as tropical Cyclone Jasmine leisurely winds along the South Pacific as a category one threat, near Tonga. Still able to pack strong winds and cause lower land flooding, Cyclone Jasmine seems to have peaked. Shown in imagery from a NASA satellite, this cyclone is 276 miles in diameter and has an eye that is 86 miles wide. When passing north of New Zealand, Cyclone Jasmine managed a high of category four, only one notch from the highest level five.
As it currently stands, Read More
With the South Pacific brewing up some rainclouds as of late, the weekly weather forecast sounds bleaker than a November shower. Today’s fare of partly scattered thunderstorms heralds the possibility of rain, with the temperature dropping to around 73-degrees Celsius. It gets even wetter come Thursday evening, where showers are expected to drop the temperatures even lower – down to 71-degrees Celsius.
If you are expecting a run of sunshine for the coming days, you’ll be out of luck as the possibility of showers all through the rest of the remaining days of Read More