Hurricane Humberto moves past Bermuda and leaves most of the island in the dark

(CNN)Bermuda will be feeling only some leftover winds Thursday as Hurricane Humberto keeps moving further into the Atlantic. The island was still feeling the storm’s tropical storm-force winds Thursday morning, which extended 220 miles from the center. After the hurricane’s swipe at the island, the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service reported 17 minor incidents including gas leaks, ninemedical incidents and three structural fires that were not serious, the government said. Bermuda rarely sees storms asbig and powerful as Humberto. Only 21 hurricanes have passed within 100 miles of the Atlantic Ocean paradise over the past century, with Hurricane Gonzalo in 2014 being the last to make landfall there. As the spinner continues over the ocean, it’s expected to impact parts …

Its Snowing in Australia and Kangaroos are Hopping Around Confused

Here’s something you don’t see everyday, kangaroos hopping around in the snow! This past weekend, parts of Australia were blanketed in snow as a polar front moved from the south of the country up to parts of New South Wales, Victoria and even Queensland. At a sheep farm near Goulburn, kangaroos were spotted frolicking in the snow. You can see the original tweet from Stephen Grenfell embedded below. Not something you see every day in Australia. Kangaroos in the snow.#Wildoz #Kangaroos #Snow pic.twitter.com/ospCngUa98 — Stephen Grenfell (@stephengrenfel1) August 11, 2019 Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways