Dubai's Artificial Rain
Dubai, like many other regions around the world, has been exploring various methods to tackle water scarcity and ensure a sustainable water supply. One of the methods Dubai has implemented is cloud seeding, which is a form of weather modification aimed at enhancing rainfall. Cloud seeding involves introducing certain substances, such as silver iodide or potassium iodide, into the clouds to stimulate the formation of ice crystals or raindrops.
Today's rain floods makola mall car park
Flood is a natural disaster that occurs when an excessive water is collected at a particular place or dry land. It normally occurs when it rains heavily at a place where water finds it very difficult to flow freely. Floods have been one of the major problems we are experiencing in this country Ghana and have destroyed a lot of lives and properties especially at Accra here.
The 5 Most Devastating Disasters to Hit Ghana
I actually heaved a sigh of relief when it was confirmed that only 17 people died in the Apiatse Explosion disaster early 2022. Do not get me wrong, with the extent of damage, I thought there might be more persons dead. Regardless, this disaster was quite tragic and will not easily be forgotten.
Men Carry Their Wives And Others Swim As They Battle For Survival After Heavy Rainfall
Men and women in the part of Krobo battle for survival after days of heavy Downpour resulting in flood and collapsing bridge that connects neighboring communities. The Otorkpolu Bridge in the Krobo Land area on the Odumase to Asesewa highway has been partially submerged by water after continuous heavy downpour in the Eastern Region which has made it difficult for commuters including vehicles to cross.
East Legon: A Supermarket Burnt To Ashes After Fire Service Arrive To The Scene Late
A report from East Legon indicates that a supermarket located in America House has been burnt to ashes after the Ghana Fire Service arrived late at the scene. If you watch the video carefully, you can see that this supermarket is burning at a fast rate as the people are standing there watching.
TODAY: Rains Expected Over These Areas With Occasional Thunderstorms. Check Them Out And Stay Safe.
The time frame for the expected rains during the proportioned rainy season to end has exceeded drastically and has left many people questioning themselves and the meteorological agency why. According to the agency via a tweet on their official twitter handle denotes that, the extension of the rains after August elapsing through to September is as a result of a bi-modal rainfall pattern for the south (below latitude 8N).
Parts Of Accra Flood Again; Ghanaians Massively React
News coming in indicates that some parts of Accra have flooded again following the drops of rain on Monday. The Dzorwulu stretch of the N1 Highway had rains pouring onto the streets, making it difficult for motorists to use that stretch. This seems to be the story of Accra anytime it rains for several hours.
TOADY: Cloudy Morning, Intermittent Rain Expected Over These Areas During The Day. Check Them Out.
To help sensitize Ghanaians on how the weather is expected to be, the Ghana Meteorological Agency has a constant news session on the morning shows of TV3 Ghana, GBC and Pan African Tv. A number of radio stations across the country call the forecast office every morning to help in the dissemination of the weather forecast.
A Litre Of Diesel Sells At GHC23; Cement is GHC92 -Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah Fires Govt:Gives Advice
Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah usually criticizes the government for its inability to address the crisis confronting the country but has rather proposed alternatives this morning on TV XYZ. On the program "Abranaa So," the gentleman made a point with pleasure that he believes will salvage the economy.
VIDEO: Take A Look At How These Guy Were Transfering People Across A Flooded Area For Money
The recent flood has made transportation to some communities very difficult. This is because roads leading to those communities have been taken over by the flood. As a result of this, some people have taken advantage of the situation to make money out of it. If you watch the video carefully, you can see that the guys are using a bathing basin to carry people across the waters to the other side.
Assembly Man's House Collapses After Heavy Rains At Dunkwa-on-Offin
Some valuable items and a collapse house has left Assembly member for Aggrey Road Electoral Area in Dunkwa-on-offin devastated after a heavy downpour on sunday. According to the Mr. Francis Damoah, he was fast asleep on sunday afternoon when the incident occured. He narrated that the level of the water was above his knee after he was awake and realized there was a massive flood after the heavy downpour.
Suame: Two Scrap Dealers Nearly Washed Away
Two scrap dealers nearly lost their lives after a heavy downpour at Suame in the Ashanti Region. A video that surfaced online saw the two men under a bridge trying to take their scrap from a gutter. But unfortunately, it took the interventions of the people to rescue them.
Over 718 Pupils Including BECE Candidates Have Been Affected By The Flood Waters in the Weija
The recent flood in Weija has made over 2,000 people homeless. Out of this number, over 718 pupils live in the Weija Gbawe municipality. A report according to TV3 indicates that some of these pupils are pupils preparing to the write Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) next two weeks, 17th October 2022.
High-Tech Invention That Israel Is Using To Produce Raindrops in the Desert
Cloud seeding, according to KSP magazine, is a sort of weather modification that tries to influence the amount or type of precipitation that falls by releasing substances into the air that alter the cloud's microphysical processes. It's used to either increase or avoid precipitation. Chemicals released by aircraft aid in the production of ice particles.
Flooding in Kyebi, Akwatia, 1000 displaced residents
After significant rainstorms on September 28, 2022, inhabitants of Kyebi in the Akyem Abuakwa South Municipality and Akwatia in the Demkyembour District of the Eastern Region were forced to evacuate due to flooding. After almost five hours of intense rain, close to a thousand residents at Akwatia and Bodua in the same district are now without a place to live.
8 Students Injured As Fire Guts Koforidua Technical Institute Dormitory
The boys' dormitory of the Koforidua Technical Institute in the Eastern Region's New Juaben North Municipality has been destroyed by fire. The fire, which began at 11:45 p.m. on Monday, spread through four rooms before being brought under control by National Fire Service officials and preventing further damage to other rooms.
Gov’t will support Buipe flood victims - Savannah Regional minister
The Savannah Regional Minister, Saeed Muhazu Jibriil has assured affected residents of the Buipe flooding situation in the Central Gonja District of the Savannah Region that, government will do everything possible to support them. Mr Saeed Jibril made the pronouncement during a visit to parts of the affected areas on 22nd October, 2022 to sympathise with the victims.
Flooding in the Eastern Region has killed 4 people and left 10 more missing.
Due to the severe rain that flooded several regions in five towns and districts in the Eastern Region, four deaths have been officially confirmed, while ten more are still unaccounted for. The missing were from the Nsawam Adoagyiri municipality, while those killed took place in the New Juaben South and New Juaben North municipalities, as well as the Akyemansa and Denkyembour districts.
Many people have been rendered homeless properties destroyed after torrential rainfall in U/W.
The Rains Started Early hears of the Day and Continued for about 5 hours. Lightening Accompanied by Thunder Struck a Shea Tree which fell on a building and injured a Woman. The victim sustained injuries on the face but survived the natural disaster. Some other rooms within the same stracture was destroyed and as a result inhabitants were left stranded.
Monday Rain Causes Serious Flooding At Kumasi Central Market
Severe flooding at the Kumasi Central Market in the Ashanti Region has ruined goods worth over ten billion old cedis. As water swamped their region early Monday morning, some 300 businesses stocked with wax prints, groceries, kitchen products, children's apparel, assorted drinks, and food items, among other things.