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  1. World Lowest Temperature for August 22
    The world's lowest temperature for August 22 was -109 degrees and occurred at Concordia, Antarctica
  2. World Highest Temperature for August 22
    The world's highest temperature for August 22 was 118 degrees and occurred at Basrah, Iraq
  3. Hurricane Karina
    Hurricane Karina is a Category 1 storm with a maximum wind speed of 80 mph. It is currently moving to the northeast at 7 mph.
  4. Tropical Storm Lowell
    Tropical Storm Lowell is a tropical cyclone with a maximum wind speed of 50 mph. It is currently moving to the northwest at 8 mph.
  5. Invest 96L
    Invest 96L is a tropical disturbance with a maximum wind speed of 41 mph. It is currently moving to the west at 15 mph.
  6. Tropical Storm Marie
    Tropical Storm Marie is a tropical cyclone with a maximum wind speed of 71 mph. It is currently moving to the west-northwest at 15 mph.
  7. 5.5 earthquake Lae
    There was a 5.5 earthquake that occurred near Lae on August 22, 2014 at 09:29 am Eastern Time. This is considered a moderate earthquake with possible major damage to poorly constructed buildings and slight damage to well-designed buildings. This temblor occurred at a depth of 10.07 km, which is a shallow-focus earthquake (0-70 km deep).
  8. 5.4 earthquake Mandali
    There was a 5.4 earthquake that occurred near Mandali on August 22, 2014 at 03:06 pm Eastern Time. This is considered a moderate earthquake with possible major damage to poorly constructed buildings and slight damage to well-designed buildings. This temblor occurred at a depth of 20.65 km, which is a shallow-focus earthquake (0-70 km deep).
  9. 5.7 earthquake Iquique
    There was a 5.7 earthquake that occurred near Iquique on August 22, 2014 at 11:45 pm Eastern Time. This is considered a moderate earthquake with possible major damage to poorly constructed buildings and slight damage to well-designed buildings. This temblor occurred at a depth of 97.81 km, which is a deep-forcus earthquake (> 70 km deep).

WunderBlogs® & News

By Dr. Jeff Masters
Director of Meteorology, Weather Underground
By Kari Strenfel
Meteorologist, Weather Underground
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Weather Historian, Weather Underground
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