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Geophysical situation as of June 17

WBG data

After short slack period of 06/16/2010, WBG instrumentation system is recording again a new intensive high-frequency (HF) anomaly on all channels. This fact is the precursor of the approaching strong earthquakes.

WBG-3 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/17/2010

WBG-3 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/17/2010

WBG-4 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/17/2010

WBG-4 system data for period of 06/15/2010–06/17/2010

Europe has faced multitude of problems in recent days:

Image by REUTERS/Peter Andrews

Image by REUTERS/Peter Andrews

25 dead in French Riviera floods, new thunderstorms forecast as residents mop up, 06/16/2010
Europe hit by floods , 06/17/2010
European flooding , 06/16/2010
Heat Wave of Summer Strikes Flooded Athens Once Again , 06/16/2010
The heat tightens fiery grip, 06/16/2010
Russia is also suffered:
The storm of life and light , 06/15/.2010

Let's note the last messages in the European messages set.
Let's cite one of them: "Temperatures are rising in all parts of the country with the maximum temperature in the middle of the week touching 40C. Thousands of Athenians as well as residents of urban centers have escaped from cities to spend the day in near beaches.
Meteorological Service has forecast rise in temperatures in the next days with maximum temperature in the middle of the week touching 38C -39C in some parts of the country."

Stable anticyclone is still located over Greece causing fierce heat. Cyclone passage on the June 15 hasn't changed situation as a whole, the anticyclonic situation is stable as before. Greece anticyclone causes weather changes all over the Europe through the tracks deflection of the cyclones, massively raining and blowing stormwinds over the European countries along its path.

Surface analysis by the UK Met Office on 06/17/2010 18:00 UTC

Surface analysis by the UK Met Office on 06/17/2010 18:00 UTC

Stable anticyclonic situation indicates extremely tense situation in the Greece area.

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