Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Photo of the week, July 20th

The rapid changes and apparent increase in lack of predictability of our weather has added to the challenges for farmers, fishermen, sailors and pilots alike. Here we see a flight around the edge of a storm cell in the Western Region, by Medicine on the Move pilots used to navigating around such developments. Storms in West Africa can develop quickly and take us by surprise, even with the latest satellite images we can have a clear sat-image and yet experience sudden rain in reality. More studies need to be undertaken into the way our weather develops if we are to establish early warning systems that help to protect people and their property. Photo Courtesy WAASPS Ltd.

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