Hotter temperatures means more water is evaporated to the sky. Once the atmosphere releases the heavy load it absorbed, a downpour will occur delivering more flood in a rush and back again. The rushing of water back to the sea will cause water fro the soil to evaporate keaving it parched and dry, drought is in the air.
NOAA's GOES-s has successfully passed the first phase of the extreme test in a thermal vacuum chamber. During the test, it has to go through four cycles of extreme temperature that most common in space.
NASA, NOAA, and Japan Meteorological Agency have confirmed that the average temperature of February was the Second Warmest since 1880. The average temperature was 1.76 degrees higher than the mean temperature of the 20th century.
Tropical cyclone thunderstorm named Enawo hit at Madagascar on March 7. NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP satellite captured the image of Enawo and it was almost 290 kilometers per hour. According to the Saffir-Simpson Wind Scale, the storm was equivalent to the Category-4 Hurricane.