Today’s Headlines: New Issues Covid-19, Massachusetts Implements Travel Restrictions On NH Updated: 6:56 p.m. EST November 21, 2020 Hide transcript Show transcript WMUR NEWS 9 SEMI-ANNUAL UPDATE. THERE ARE 493 NEW CASES OF COVID-19 IN NEW HAMPSHIRE THIS EVENING, GROWING THE PAST TOTAL 17,000. THE CURRENT NUMBER OF CASES IS – THE NUMBER OF CASES IS NOW OVER 4,000. THERE IS ONE NEW DEATH RELATED TO A LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY. ♪ AS OF TODAY, ANYONE TRAVELING FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE TO MASSACHUSETTS MUST QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS, OR GET A NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST WITHIN THREE DAYS OF ARRIVING IN BAY STATE. COMPANIES, INCLUDING RESTAURANTS, AT THE FRONTIER ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE IMPACT, ESPECIALLY DURING THE HOLIDAY RETAIL SEASON. ♪ IF YOU HAVE NOT BEGUN YOUR THANKS DAY PURCHASE, NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT, ESPECIALLY IF YOU NEED A SMALLER TURKEY THIS YEAR. THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SPICE ASSOCIATION SAYS WITH MANY PEOPLE REDUCING THEIR DINNER DUE TO COVID-19 LITTLE TURKEYS ARE IN HIGH DEMAND NOW, HERE METEOROLOGIST ERIC WEGLARZ WITH THE FORECAST. ERIC: TOMORROW SHOULD BE A SUNNY START, TEMPERATURES RETREAT TO THE 30S AND LOW 40s. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE IN THE AFTERNOON. TOMORROW NIGHT OUR FOCUS TURNS TO THE WINTRY MIX THAT WILL ARRIVE, SNOW, SLEET GET THE TERRAIN PATH – SLEET GET Today’s headlines: New issues Covid-19, Massachusetts is implementing travel restrictions on NH day: 6:56 p.m. EST November 21, 2020.
KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has forecast the first period of winter rainfall in Karachi, ARY News reported on Saturday.
The meeting office has forecast light rain or light rain in the port city between November 23-25 after the western weather system will enter Karachi on Sunday (November 22).
Under the influence of this weather system, the outskirts of Karachi will likely receive light rainfall, according to the forecast.
The western waves are likely to bring drizzle to other areas, said the offices we met.
The office met in the weather report predicting mostly cold and dry weather in most parts of the country on Saturday (today) and intense cold weather in mountainous areas while fog is likely to occur in some areas of Punjab plains during morning hours.
In addition, apart from the cloudy weather in the upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir, light rainfall and snowfall are expected in some places.
PMD recorded minimum temperatures in Kalam and Leh with minus 12 Celsius, Kalat minus 06, Astore, Skardu minus 05, Gupis minus 04, Bagrote, Srinagar, Pulwama, Anantnag, Shopian, Baramola, Gilgit, Malam Jabba and Quetta minus three Celsius.
Previously, the conference office predicted one to two mild monsoons during the last decade of this month. The westerly wind system will approach the northern part and can cause snowfall over the mountains, according to the forecast.
An earthquake that occurs slowly and quietly deep beneath the North Island can be the key to predicting future earthquakes and tsunamis generated by our biggest fault.
A million dollar, three-year project will increase scientists’ understanding of Earthquakes “slow” along the Hikurangi Subduction Zone.
Scientists believe the subduction zone, which runs along the east coast of the North Island, could produce “megathrust” earthquakes larger than the scale of 8, such as the one that created the tsunamis that devastated Indonesia in 2004 and Japan in 2011.
The worst case scenario of a major Hikurangi event could include thousands of deaths and injuries, and billions of dollars worth of property losses.
But slow-slip earthquakes – where plate boundary faults release slowly buried tension over days to months instead of seconds in a typical earthquake – can help us better gauge threats.
Their discovery 20 years ago has revolutionized seismology and our understanding of fault mechanics.
Even though it happens off the east coast every few years, no one feels it when it happens – and the driving force remains unclear.
The new project, led by GNS Science, is designed to detect subtle physical changes in a fault before a slow-slip earthquake occurs, to uncover the mechanisms that regulate its timing.
“It will clarify if there is an observable physical change in the fault that could allow the development of a more accurate estimate of when the fault might fail, either in a slow earthquake or, possibly, a fast earthquake,” said project leader Dr Laura Wallace.
Tantalizing evidence has emerged in recent years that increased water pressure near the fault exerts great control over New Zealand’s slow-slip earthquakes.
GNS seismologist Dr Emily Warren-Smith said if this build-up affects slip times, then monitoring water accumulation in the fault could allow better forecasts for slow and possibly fast earthquakes in the future.
But it is possible that the change in fluid pressure within the fault may be a symptom of a slow earthquake rather than a direct cause, said Wallace.
Alternatively, there may be other processes such as a steady increase in stress from tectonic plate motion that controls the tempo of a slow slip earthquake.
The project aims to resolve this dichotomy by installing large-scale submarine and land monitoring instruments in the southern Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa.
It will monitor changes before, during and after the regularly expected recurring slow slip events offshore in this region in the next two years.
Wallace said the project would establish new ground in seabed geodesy and help put New Zealand at the forefront of global efforts to monitor offshore faults that can produce large earthquakes and tsunamis.
The team departed this weekend aboard the Niwa research vessel Tangaroa to carry out the first set of seabed sensor deployments.
“This project will generate new evidence-based information that will aid significantly in planning and preparedness and make New Zealand safer and more capable of recovering from a major earthquake.”
A separate voyage to the Hikurangi subduction zone – where the Pacific Plate is plunging downward, or “plunging” below the North Island’s east coast – has just finished.
US scientists recently dropped their own specialized equipment onto the ocean floor to visualize subsurface structures, and investigated how fluid is distributed within the sediments.
Program leader Dr Jess Hillman, from GNS Science, said this will allow scientists to better understand how fluid movement is related to activity in our largest offshore faults and the generation of gases beneath the ocean floor.
Shipping specialist Dr Peter Kannberg, from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in the US, said earthquakes, the stability of the seabed slopes and the release of seabed gases were all regulated in part by the presence of fluids.
“Our instrumentation can detect where this fluid is on Earth, enabling us to better understand the role of fluids in regulating these natural hazards.”
The new three-year project is supported by a $ 960,000 grant from the Marsden Fund.
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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Meteorologist Jake Dunne says it’s a messy Monday with a mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow falling over south-central Kansas. Expect the precipitation to become mostly snow this morning and last until the evening. The Wichita area will see an inch or two of snow mostly on grassy areas but some roads / bridges will become slippery Further west the precipitation is mostly snow. The roads in western Kansas are in worse condition and travel is slower than normal. 4-6 “of snowfall is expected by the end of the day before the snow clears this evening. Another flurry of snow mixed with ice / freezing rain is expected this evening over south central Kansas. Between the mixed precipitation and temperatures that reach into the teens and twenties, the wet roads are likely to freeze again, which will give us another round of difficult journeys. Additional waves of precipitation are expected Wednesday and Thursday. , temperatures will tend to rise so most if not all of the precipitation will be rain Warmer weather slowly returns to sunflower state by the end of the week as temperatures rise in the years 50 and 60. mixed with sleet at times Wind: N 15-25; windy High: 28 Tonight: Snow, mixing with late sleet Wind: N 10-20; windy. Light: 23 Tomorrow: sleet turns to freezing rain ante. Wind: N 10-15. High: 32. Tomorrow night: Cloudy; risk of freezing rain. Wind: N / NE 5-10. Low: 32. Wed: High: 43. Low: 40. Cloudy; afternoon rain. Thu: High: 46. Low: 34. Rain in the morning, then mostly cloudy. Fri: High: 58. Low: 39. Mostly sunny and warmer.Sat: High: 67 Low: 40. Usually sunny, windy and warmer. Sun: Maximum: 65. Low: 37. Mostly sunny. Copyright 2020 KWCH. All rights reserved. .