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CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX75C6D
September 30, 2019
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig stands on the radiation terrace with a Suntracker, Haenni Solar 111 and a...
RAURIS, Austria
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig stands on the radiation terrace with a Suntracker, Haenni Solar 111 and a...
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig stands on the radiation terrace with a Suntracker, Haenni Solar 111 and a burning glass at the Sonnblick Observatory at 3,106 meters above sea level in the Hohe Tauern mountain range near Rauris, Austria, November 23, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX74JXS
September 25, 2019
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig, from the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics ZAMG, controls...
RAURIS, Austria
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig, from the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics ZAMG, controls...
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig, from the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics ZAMG, controls a Suntracker at the Sonnblick Observatory which sits 3,106 meters above sea level in the Hohe Tauern mountain range near Rauris, Austria, November 23, 2018. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX7483L
September 23, 2019
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig from the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics ZAMG, looks up...
RAURIS, Austria
The Wider Image: Scientists race to read Austria's melting climate archive
Meteorologist Elke Ludewig from the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics ZAMG, looks up an ice load scale at the Sonnblick Observatory at 3,106 meters above sea level, located in the Hohe Tauern mountain range near Rauris, Austria, November 23, 2018. The ice load scale measures the load of ice starting to freeze on the stick. The ZAMG is operating the instrument to get statistics of the possible ice load at such altitudes. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner SEARCH "AUSTRIA GLACIERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SVALBARD
RTS2P00S
September 03, 2019
Interim Vicar, Ivar Smedsrod consoles Polish visitor Wieslaw Sawicki after a mass at the Svalbard Church...
Svalbard, Norway
The Wider Image: A climate-change frontier in the world's northernmost town
Interim Vicar, Ivar Smedsrod consoles Polish visitor Wieslaw Sawicki after a mass at the Svalbard Church in the town of Longyearbyen, in Svalbard, Norway, August 4, 2019. Wieslaw Sawicki's son Michal worked as a geophysicist at the Polish Polar Research Station in Hornsund on the southern side of Svalbard. The Polish scientist and meteorologist Anna Gorska died when they fell from a mountain in May. Michal, 44, was an experienced mountaineer, scientist and explorer on his fifth stint for the institute in the Arctic. "Unfortunately, there was a huge snow cornice which looked like it was part of the peak of the mountain," said Sawicki, who was visiting Longyearbyen to meet with the governor of the archipelago. "It collapsed with them; they both fell into the abyss." REUTERS/Hannah McKay SEARCH "SVALBARD CLIMATE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-WEATHER/
RTX26XDG
February 15, 2016
People walk along the High Line in the Manhattan borough of New York February 14, 2016. Temperatures...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk along the High Line in the Manhattan borough of New York.
People walk along the High Line in the Manhattan borough of New York February 14, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well below freezing on Sunday with meteorologists dubbing the weather phenomenon as being a polar vortex. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX26WV4
February 14, 2016
People walk through downtown Manhattan in New York February 14, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well below...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk through downtown Manhattan in New York
People walk through downtown Manhattan in New York February 14, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well below freezing on Sunday with meteorologists dubbing the weather phenomenon as being a polar vortex. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX26WOQ
February 14, 2016
A man walks through the Financial District in New York February 14, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man walks through the Financial District in New York
A man walks through the Financial District in New York February 14, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well below freezing on Sunday with meteorologists dubbing the weather phenomenon as being a polar vortex. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX26T1N
February 13, 2016
People walk down 8th avenue in New York February 13, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well below freezing...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk down 8th avenue in New York
People walk down 8th avenue in New York February 13, 2016. Temperatures dipped to well below freezing on Saturday with meteorologists dubbing the weather phenomenon as being a polar vortex. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23T46
January 24, 2016
A lineman from Atlantic City Electric works to restore power to a home on 34th Street after a powerful...
OCEAN CITY, UNITED STATES
A lineman from Atlantic City Electric works to restore power to a home on 34th Street after a powerful...
A lineman from Atlantic City Electric works to restore power to a home on 34th Street after a powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Ocean City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Thousands of residents were without power following the storm. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S7H
January 24, 2016
A view of Arizona Avenue looking towards the bay from Fairmount Avenue is seen as high tides flood neighborhood...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A view of Arizona Avenue looking towards the bay from Fairmount Avenue is seen as high tides flood neighborhood...
A view of Arizona Avenue looking towards the bay from Fairmount Avenue is seen as high tides flood neighborhood streets after a powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S7F
January 24, 2016
A police emergency truck drives along Fairmount Avenue past neighborhoods flooded by high tides after...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A police emergency truck drives along Fairmount Avenue past neighborhoods flooded by high tides after...
A police emergency truck drives along Fairmount Avenue past neighborhoods flooded by high tides after a powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S7E
January 24, 2016
A seagull dives for a fish in the flooded intersection of Fairmount and California Avenues as high tides...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A seagull dives for a fish in the flooded intersection of Fairmount and California Avenues as high tides...
A seagull dives for a fish in the flooded intersection of Fairmount and California Avenues as high tides inundate neighborhoods after a powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S5A
January 24, 2016
A man walks on a flooded street at Fairmount and Arizona Avenues on his way to work at a casino after...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A man walks on a flooded street at Fairmount and Arizona Avenues on his way to work at a casino after...
A man walks on a flooded street at Fairmount and Arizona Avenues on his way to work at a casino after a powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S4C
January 24, 2016
A car is stranded on Fairmount Avenue as high tides flood neighborhood streets after a snowstorm struck...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A car is stranded on Fairmount Avenue as high tides flood neighborhood streets after a powerful snowstorm...
A car is stranded on Fairmount Avenue as high tides flood neighborhood streets after a snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S3F
January 24, 2016
A truck drives through deep water on Fairmount Avenue as high tides inundate the neighborhoods after...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A truck drives through deep water on Fairmount Avenue as high tides inundate the neighborhood after a...
A truck drives through deep water on Fairmount Avenue as high tides inundate the neighborhoods after a powerful snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
USA-WEATHER/
RTX23S3E
January 24, 2016
A police emergency vehicle drives past a car on Fairmount Avenue as high tides flood neighborhood streets...
Atlantic City, UNITED STATES
A police emergency vehicle drives past a car in on Fairmount Avenue as high tides flood neighborhood...
A police emergency vehicle drives past a car on Fairmount Avenue as high tides flood neighborhood streets after a snowstorm struck the U.S. East Coast, in Atlantic City, New Jersey January 24, 2016. Tides higher than those caused by Superstorm Sandy three years ago caused major flooding along the Jersey Shore and Delaware coast and set records in Cape May, New Jersey, and Lewes, Delaware, said NWS meteorologist Patrick O’Hara. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek
NORTHKOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTX2174D
January 06, 2016
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa speaks...
Tokyo, Japan
Hasegawa speaks next to graphs of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference...
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa speaks next to graphs of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference at the Japan Meteorological Agency in Tokyo on implications that an earthquake sourced around North Korea was triggered by an unnatural reason January 6, 2016. North Korea is "likely" to have conducted a nuclear test on Wednesday that caused an earthquake near a known testing site in the isolated country, the South Korean and Japanese governments said. REUTERS/Issei Kato
NORTHKOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTX21745
January 06, 2016
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa points...
Tokyo, Japan
Hasegawa points at a location on a map during a news conference at the Japan Meteorological Agency in...
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa points at a location on a map during a news conference at the Japan Meteorological Agency in Tokyo on implications that an earthquake sourced around North Korea was triggered by an unnatural reason January 6, 2016. North Korea is "likely" to have conducted a nuclear test on Wednesday that caused an earthquake near a known testing site in the isolated country, the South Korean and Japanese governments said. REUTERS/Issei Kato
NORTHKOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTX2173X
January 06, 2016
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa points...
Tokyo, Japan
Hasegawa points at a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference...
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa points at a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference at the Japan Meteorological Agency in Tokyo on implications that an earthquake sourced around North Korea was triggered by an unnatural reason January 6, 2016. North Korea is "likely" to have conducted a nuclear test on Wednesday that caused an earthquake near a known testing site in the isolated country, the South Korean and Japanese governments said. REUTERS/Issei Kato
NORTHKOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTX2173O
January 06, 2016
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa speaks...
Tokyo, Japan
Hasegawa speaks next to a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference...
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa speaks next to a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference at the Japan Meteorological Agency in Tokyo on implications that an earthquake sourced around North Korea was triggered by an unnatural reason January 6, 2016. North Korea is "likely" to have conducted a nuclear test on Wednesday that caused an earthquake near a known testing site in the isolated country, the South Korean and Japanese governments said. REUTERS/Issei Kato
NORTHKOREA-NUCLEAR/
RTX2173N
January 06, 2016
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa points...
Tokyo, Japan
Hasegawa points at a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference...
Japan Meteorological Agency's earthquake and tsunami observations division director Yohei Hasegawa points at a graph of ground motion waveform data observed in Japan during a news conference at the Japan Meteorological Agency in Tokyo on implications that an earthquake sourced around North Korea was triggered by an unnatural reason January 6, 2016. North Korea is "likely" to have conducted a nuclear test on Wednesday that caused an earthquake near a known testing site in the isolated country, the South Korean and Japanese governments said. REUTERS/Issei Kato TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTX20CFH
December 29, 2015
Meng Zhang, Chief Meteorologists of IBM Research in China, talks about graphics showing the company's...
Beijing, China
Chief Meteorologists of IBM Research in China Zhang talks about graphics showing the company's smog forecasting...
Meng Zhang, Chief Meteorologists of IBM Research in China, talks about graphics showing the company's smog forecasting system called the "Green Horizon", at its research office in Beijing, China, December 9, 2015. Two of the world's largest technology firms, IBM and Microsoft, are vying to tap the nascent, fast-growing market for forecasting air quality in the world's top carbon emitters. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTX20CFG
December 29, 2015
Meng Zhang, Chief Meteorologists of IBM Research in China, talks about graphics showing the company's...
Beijing, China
Chief Meteorologists of IBM Research in China Zhang talks about graphics showing the company's smog forecasting...
Meng Zhang, Chief Meteorologists of IBM Research in China, talks about graphics showing the company's smog forecasting system called the "Green Horizon", at its research office in Beijing, China, December 9, 2015. Two of the world's largest technology firms, IBM and Microsoft, are vying to tap the nascent, fast-growing market for forecasting air quality in the world's top carbon emitters. REUTERS/Jason Lee
GERMANY-WEATHER/
RTX20ANJ
December 28, 2015
A stag looks straight into the camera on a sunny afternoon at a wildlife park in Hanau, Germany, December...
Hanau, Germany
A stag looks straight into the camera on a sunny afternoon at a wildlife park in Hanau, Germany
A stag looks straight into the camera on a sunny afternoon at a wildlife park in Hanau, Germany, December 28, 2015. According to meteorologists Germany faces one of its warmest Decembers since the collection of weather data. Picture is taken through a window. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-WEATHER/
RTX202SD
December 26, 2015
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose (Hellabore) blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau, 30 km (18.6...
Hanau, Germany
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose (Hellabore) blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau, 30 km (18.6 miles) south of Frankfurt, Germany, December 26, 2015. According to meteorologists, Germany faces one of its warmest Decembers since the collection of weather data. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-WEATHER/
RTX202SC
December 26, 2015
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose (Hellabore) blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau, 30 km (18.6...
Hanau, Germany
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose (Hellabore) blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau, 30 km (18.6 miles) south of Frankfurt, Germany, December 26, 2015. According to meteorologists, Germany faces one of its warmest Decembers since the collection of weather data. Picture is taken through a window. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY-WEATHER/
RTX202SB
December 26, 2015
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose (Hellabore) blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau, 30 km (18.6...
Hanau, Germany
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau
A bee collects pollen from a Christmas Rose (Hellabore) blossoms on a sunny morning in Hanau, 30 km (18.6 miles) south of Frankfurt, Germany, December 26, 2015. According to meteorologists Germany faces one of its warmest Decembers since the collection of weather data. Picture is taken through a window. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1YIL4
December 13, 2015
Robert John Burck, a street performer known as "The Naked Cowboy", works in Times Square as meteorologists...
New York, UNITED STATES
Robert John Burck, a street performer known as "The Naked Cowboy", works in Times Square as meteorologists...
Robert John Burck, a street performer known as "The Naked Cowboy", works in Times Square as meteorologists reported temperatures reached 65 degrees fahrenheit (18 degrees celsius) in the Manhattan borough of New York City, December 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTS2SCX
October 02, 2015
Midtown Manhattan is seen through a window covered in rain drops from the United Nations Secretariat...
New York, UNITED STATES
Midtown Manhattan is seen through a window covered in rain drops from the United Nations Secretariat...
Midtown Manhattan is seen through a window covered in rain drops from the United Nations Secretariat Building in Manhattan, New York, October 2, 2015. More wet weather is expected in the region over the weekend according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZH
August 15, 2015
A man and woman kiss under the boardwalk at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015....
New York, UNITED STATES
A man and woman kiss under the boardwalk at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York
A man and woman kiss under the boardwalk at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZF
August 15, 2015
A man lies on the boardwalk at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man lies on the boardwalk at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York
A man lies on the boardwalk at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZD
August 15, 2015
A man paddles a kayak at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man paddles a kayak at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York
A man paddles a kayak at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZC
August 15, 2015
A man and woman kiss on the beach at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man and woman kiss on the beach at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York
A man and woman kiss on the beach at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZA
August 15, 2015
A man helps a girl learning to swim at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man helps a girl learning to swim at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York
A man helps a girl learning to swim at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZ9
August 15, 2015
David Free of Harlem practices calisthenics under flying kites at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New...
New York, UNITED STATES
David Free of Harlem practices calisthenics under flying kites at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New...
David Free of Harlem practices calisthenics under flying kites at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
USA-WEATHER/
RTX1ODZ2
August 15, 2015
A large horse-shaped kite flies near apartment buildings at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
A large horse-shaped kite flies near apartment buildings at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York
A large horse-shaped kite flies near apartment buildings at Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn, New York August 15, 2015. Higher than average temperatures are forecasted for New York City from Saturday through much of next week, according to local meteorologists. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
NEPAL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1JIBX
July 08, 2015
A man cycles past the solar halo occurring in the sky of Kathmandu July 8, 2015. This weather phenomenon...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A man cycles past the solar halo occurring in the sky of Kathmandu
A man cycles past the solar halo occurring in the sky of Kathmandu July 8, 2015. This weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun, and according to meteorologist, the halo is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1J0XK
July 04, 2015
A solar halo is seen in the sky over Caracas, July 4, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather...
Caracas, Venezuela
A solar halo is seen in the sky over Caracas
A solar halo is seen in the sky over Caracas, July 4, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
VENEZUELA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1J0XH
July 04, 2015
A solar halo is seen in the sky over Caracas, July 4, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather...
Caracas, Venezuela
A solar halo is seen in the sky over Caracas
A solar halo is seen in the sky over Caracas, July 4, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E103
May 21, 2015
People take photos to a solar halo at Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City, May 21, 2015....
Mexico City, Mexico
People take photos to a solar halo at Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City
People take photos to a solar halo at Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E0YQ
May 21, 2015
A policeman directs traffic as a solar halo is seen in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A policeman directs traffic as a solar halo is seen in Mexico City
A policeman directs traffic as a solar halo is seen in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E0YP
May 21, 2015
A view of a solar halo on Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon...
Mexico City, Mexico
A view of a solar halo on Mexico City
A view of a solar halo on Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E0YO
May 21, 2015
A view of a solar halo is seen around a man's hat in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists,...
Mexico City, Mexico
A view of a solar halo is seen around a man's hat in Mexico City
A view of a solar halo is seen around a man's hat in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E0YL
May 21, 2015
A man takes photos to solar halo in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man takes photos to solar halo in Mexico City
A man takes photos to solar halo in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E0YK
May 21, 2015
A man holds his hat while is seen a solar halo at Revolucion monument in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According...
Mexico City, Mexico
A man holds his hat while is seen a solar halo at Revolucion monument in Mexico City
A man holds his hat while is seen a solar halo at Revolucion monument in Mexico City, May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-WEATHER/
RTX1E0VG
May 21, 2015
A plane flies past a solar halo in Mexico City May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather...
Mexico City, Mexico
A plane flies past a solar halo in Mexico City
A plane flies past a solar halo in Mexico City May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Henry Romero
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1E0SK
May 21, 2015
A view of a solar halo on Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City May 21, 2015. According to...
Mexico City, Mexico
A view of solar halo on Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City
A view of a solar halo on Angel de la Independencia monument in Mexico City May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-WEATHER/
RTX1E0RU
May 21, 2015
A plane flies past a solar halo in Mexico City May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather...
Mexico City, Mexico
A plane flies past a solar halo in Mexico City
A plane flies past a solar halo in Mexico City May 21, 2015. According to meteorologists, the weather phenomenon creates rainbows around the sun and is formed by the reflection of ice crystals. REUTERS/Henry Romero TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHILE-WEATHER/
RTR4VA4V
March 28, 2015
A damaged vehicle is seen on a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A damaged vehicle is seen on a flooded area at Diego de Almagro
A damaged vehicle is seen on a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-WEATHER/
RTR4VA4H
March 28, 2015
A man crosses a damaged bridge on a flooded river area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A man crosses a damaged bridge on a flooded river area at Diego de Almagro town
A man crosses a damaged bridge on a flooded river area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-WEATHER/
RTR4VA4G
March 28, 2015
Soldiers talk to a man who is looking for gasoline at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
Soldiers talk to a man who is looking for gasoline at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town
Soldiers talk to a man who is looking for gasoline at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-WEATHER/
RTR4VA4D
March 28, 2015
A soldier patrols at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A soldier patrols at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town
A soldier patrols at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
CHILE-WEATHER/
RTR4VA40
March 28, 2015
A damaged vehicle is seen on a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A damaged vehicle is seen on a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town
A damaged vehicle is seen on a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A fallen tree lies on the shore of a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A fallen tree lies on the shore of a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town
A fallen tree lies on the shore of a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A general view of a damaged area after a flood in Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A general view of a damaged area after a flood in Diego de Almagro town
A general view of a damaged area after a flood in Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A bouquet of plastic flowers lies on the middle of a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town, March 28,...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A bouquet of plastic flowers lies on the middle of a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town
A bouquet of plastic flowers lies on the middle of a flooded river at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A man moves through the roof of buildings at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015....
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A man moves through the roof of buildings at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town
A man moves through the roof of buildings at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A general view of a flooded area in Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A general view of a flooded area in Diego de Almagro
A general view of a flooded area in Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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A dog crosses a damaged bridge on a flooded river area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
A dog crosses a damaged bridge on a flooded river area at Diego de Almagro town
A dog crosses a damaged bridge on a flooded river area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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SOS is seen written on a truck at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy...
DIEGO DE ALMAGRO, Chile
SOS is seen written on a truck at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town
SOS is seen written on a truck at a flooded area at Diego de Almagro town, March 28, 2015. The heavy rainfall that battered Chile's usually arid north this week happened because of climate change, a senior meteorologist said, as the region gradually returns to normal after rivers broke banks and villages were cut off. The word at left reads "Rescue". REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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