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Worldwide Events

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  1. World Lowest Temperature for August 27
    The world's lowest temperature for August 27 was -80 degrees and occurred at University of Wisconsin I, Antarctica
  2. World Highest Temperature for August 27
    The world's highest temperature for August 27 was 122 degrees and occurred at Mitribah, Kuwait
  3. Tropical Storm Marie
    Tropical Storm Marie is a tropical cyclone with a maximum wind speed of 65 mph. It is currently moving to the west-northwest at 15 mph.
  4. Hurricane Cristobal
    Hurricane Cristobal is a Category 1 storm with a maximum wind speed of 75 mph. It is currently moving to the north-northeast at 17 mph.
  5. 5.4 earthquake Shizunai
    There was a 5.4 earthquake that occurred near Shizunai on August 26, 2014 at 11:48 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 28.29 km, which is a shallow-focus earthquake (0-70 km deep).
  6. Invest 98L
    Invest 98L is a tropical disturbance with a maximum wind speed of 29 mph. It is currently moving to the west-southwest at 8 mph.
  7. 5.4 earthquake Sigave
    There was a 5.4 earthquake that occurred near Sigave on August 27, 2014 at 11:31 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 km, which is a shallow-focus earthquake (0-70 km deep).
  8. Atlanta Fulton, GA set a record low temperature of 58 for Aug 27
  9. 5.8 earthquake Port-olry
    There was a 5.8 earthquake that occurred near Port-olry on August 27, 2014 at 06:11 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 118.66 km, which is a deep-forcus earthquake (> 70 km deep).