Live Bliksemontladingen

De teller in het icoon met het onweersbuitje geeft live het actuele aantal bliksemontladingen uit onze regio weer. De dekking ligt in een vierkant om Nederland en België, waardoor er ook data van rondom Parijs, op de Noordzee en uit een deel van Duitsland wordt weergegeven.

Ontladingen

De ontladingen kun je terugvinden op de Google Maps kaart onderaan de pagina. Deze worden nog niet live bijgewerkt, voor de meest actuele ontladingen ververs je de pagina. De iconen op de kaart lopen in kleur van Geel naar Rood, waarbij Geel een 'nieuwe' ontlading is en Rood een 'oude'.

Geluid

De teller maakt geluid als het aantal bliksemontladingen verhoogt. Dus, bij een update van 0 naar 1 hoor je geluid. Je kunt dit uitschakelen met het luidspreker icoontje in de balk hierboven.

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5 april 2008, 00:13 uur | Bericht #10934
Severe weather sweeps across Southeast

Strong winds and possible tornadoes roared across southern Mississippi on Friday, shredding roofs and slamming trees and power poles into homes and businesses. At least one minor injury was reported in Vicksburg, Mississippi, when winds from a possible tornado knocked a 4-foot-diameter oak tree onto a mobile home, the National Weather Service said.

Other reports of tornadoes came from Richland, Madison and Lakeland, all suburbs of Jackson, Mississippi. The National Weather Service reported wind gusts of 60 mph in downtown Jackson. There was extensive damage in one area of the city, where uprooted trees smashed into several homes and businesses, Assistant Police Chief Lee Vance said.


A tornado devastated a mobile home park in Benton, Arkansas.

The storm knocked down power lines throughout the area, he said, adding that there were no initial reports of injuries or deaths. Tornado watches were in effect from central Louisiana through southern Mississippi and central Alabama until 6 p.m. and into north Georgia and the northeastern tip of South Carolina until 10 p.m.

Powerful thunderstorms toppled trees and knocked out power throughout the town of Cullman, in northern Alabama, on Friday, The Associated Press reported. It came up on us so quickly. Everything happened at once, Leanne Collins said.

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5 april 2008, 07:35 uur | Bericht #10937
Thunderstorms Damage Homes, Knock Out Power in Alabama, Mississippi and Kentucky


April 4: Jackson firefighters battle a fire that destroyed a home in the Woodlea neighborhoods of north Jackson, Miss.


April 4: Residents of Crab Orchard Road stand outside their homes where water from Benson Creek flooded the area, affecting road, homes and their mailboxes in Frankfort, Ky. Kentucky was swamped Friday by heavy rains, making some roads impassable and causing rivers and streams to surge over their banks. A few school districts canceled classes, and flood warnings were in effect in the water-logged state.


April 4: A burnt out trailer is seen in the tornado damage Hurricane Creek trailer park in Benton, Ark. After hitting Little Rock, the storm moved into the city's northeastern suburbs. Trees were reported down in Jacksonville and Cabot.


April 4: A truck drives through the intersection of Spring Street and Central Avenue in Hot Springs, Ark., shortly after midnight. Heavy rains fell in the Hot Springs area causing Hot Springs Creek, which runs under Central Avenue, to overflow its capacity, flooding the downtown area.


April 4: A tree is shown after falling on a car in Little Rock, Ark. A tornado hit parts of Little Rock and its suburbs Thursday, injuring an unknown number of people while damaging businesses and downing trees and power lines.


April 4: A tree is shown after falling on a car in Little Rock, Ark. A tornado hit parts of Little Rock and its suburbs Thursday, injuring an unknown number of people while damaging businesses and downing trees and power lines.


April 4: Tornado moving in near Little Rock.


April 4: This NOAA satellite image taken at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows thick clouds in the East associated with an intense storm that is making its way through the region and producing heavy rain along with thunderstorms and severe weather. Severe Thunderstorm Watches are in effect from central Texas through Arkansas in anticipation of severe weather.


April 4: Damaged and destroyed airplanes sit on the ramp at the North Little Rock, Ark., airport after a tornado struck late Thursday.

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5 april 2008, 07:39 uur | Bericht #10938

April 4: A destroyed airplane sits against a fuel truck at the North Little Rock, Ark., airport after a tornado struck late Thursday.


April 4: A firefighter walks past a wrecked airplane and a damaged hangar at the North Little Rock, Ark., airport after a tornado struck the area late Thursday.


April 4: Damaged and destroyed small airplanes are seem at the North Little Rock, Ark., airport after a tornado struck late Thursday.


April 4: Some of the damage from the tornado that hit Bryant, Ark., at a trailer park


April 4: Downed trees at the Hurricane Lake Trailer Park in Arkansas after storms damaged the area.


April 4: Entrance shown to Hurricane Lake Estates, which is next to Hurricane Lake Trailer Park in Arkansas

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LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Power is being restored across central Arkansas, where tornadoes left a path of downed trees, snapped utility poles and damaged homes and businesses. Utility companies said power was out to a total of 47,000 customers this morning and that it would be slow going to bring some areas back up, considering the level of damage. Near Benton, a dozen homes were destroyed at the Hurricane Creek Mobile Home Park. Emergency workers had trouble responding because downed power lines and trees blocked the main road in. A gas leak caused by a felled tree ignited a fire that destroyed one of the trailers. Benton Police Captain Roger Gaither says 70 trailers suffered some sort of damage. Gaither says it is amazing no one was hurt. State police say one person died this morning on Interstate 30 in Clark County in a crash that appears to have been related to heavy rain that was falling. ome problems did start to clear up. On Interstate 30, traffic is moving again in southwest Little Rock. Flood water had covered a stretch of the highway for a time, forcing officials to route traffic onto Arkansas Highway 5.


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5 april 2008, 14:37 uur | Bericht #10945
Mother Nature repeatedly hammers Arkansas
Southern state hit by deadly tornado, snow and flooding in just 2 months


A uprooted tree is seen in a park in a tornado damaged neighborhood, Friday, April 4, 2008 in Cammack Village, Ark.
7:34 p.m. ET, 4/4/08

BENTON, Ark. - How much can one state take? In the past two months, Arkansas has suffered through a tornado outbreak that killed 13, a foot of snow, a foot of rain and near-record flooding. Now a tornado has hit the capital city and residents have to be wondering what's next. Since the night of Arkansas' Super Tuesday primary in early February, the sky just hasn't stop hurling rain, wind and disaster across the Southern state. "We've been assaulted by Mother Nature over the last few months," Gov. Mike Beebe said. Across the state, nights are filled with red and blue emergency lights flashing across wet streets strewn with pine needles and limbs thrown by tornadoes. Days remain soaked by muddy floodwaters that lap across front doors and seep into molding furniture. Thirteen people died after two tornadoes screamed through the state Feb. 5. One snaked over cross-country Interstate 40 on its 123-mile path. In the time since, more than a foot of snow fell at points in Arkansas' Ozark Mountains. Swollen rivers spilled into farm pastures and bayous across Arkansas' eastern Delta region in March, killing two. Another man remains missing. South of the capital city in Benton, Thursday's storm destroyed a dozen homes at the Hurricane Creek Mobile Home Park. Emergency workers had trouble responding because downed power lines and trees blocked the main entry road. A gas leak caused by a felled tree ignited a fire that destroyed one of the trailers. "It was just a ball of fire," said state Sen. Shane Broadway. Benton police Capt. Roger Gaither said a total of 70 trailers suffered some sort of damage. "It's amazing. It's just totally amazing that no one was really hurt," Gaither said Friday morning.



Workers help clean up a tornado damaged home, Friday, April 4, 2008 in Cammack Village, Ark. In and near Little Rock, Ark., residents used chainsaws, backhoes and elbow grease to clean up from its latest bout of bad weather _ a tornado that swept through Thursday night.

'Out to get us'

Across the Arkansas River in North Little Rock, a tornado tossed private airplanes aside at a municipal airport. One plane landed on its propeller nose, standing upright against an otherwise unscathed fuel truck. Even forecasters at the National Weather Service office at the airport had to take cover. The tornado tore down a flag pole, threw sheet metal into a car and damaged antennas, said meteorologist Dan Koch said. "It just seems like it's one thing after another," Koch said. "I think Mother Nature is out to get us." New rain offered new fuel to flooded rivers. Since Tuesday, the White River at Newport rose more than three feet. Down river at Clarendon, the river maintained its 32-foot high. Koch said water from Thursday's storm shouldn't cause the swollen rivers to rise too much more. Instead, it will extend its already slow retreat from flooded fields. The pounding Arkansas has taken is believed to have come from jet stream patterns over the state, Koch said. Cold fronts from the north continue to drop into the state and stall, colliding with air rising up from the Gulf Coast. "We're setting up kind of a battleground between the warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico and the colder air coming down from the polar areas," Koch said. "We're kind of like a broken record. It just keeps coming back and back and back again."

Practice makes perfect for disaster response
That repetition shows in other ways in the state lately. Arkansas saw two visits by the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency in about a month's time. Victims described cowering in hallways and closets, holding onto their pets and family. Again, the storms showed their fickle nature by sending a tree into one SUV in tiny Cammack Village, while two giant oaks around the corner fell between two BMW sedans, leaving them untouched. And again, the governor toured another mobile home park struck by a storm. He passed residents carrying out their belongings in trash bags in front of a crowd of officials and reporters who wouldn't have been there a day before. Beebe stopped to hug one weeping woman and took in the sight of the charred remains of the mobile home destroyed by fire. "You think we're going to catch a break after all our people have been through — tornadoes to floods to tornadoes to more floods — but you never can count on it," Beebe said. "Unfortunately, we're getting too good at this disaster response. We've had too many instances where we've had to do it. You want to be good at it, but you hate it."

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