My name is emely and I’m looking for some Internet friends :) I don’t care about your age/sexual orientation/gender/… But I’m 15 years old and from Germany. (btw sorry if my English is bad)
I like a lot of band like 5sos,twenty one pilots, the 1975,p!atd,fob,atl or the chainsmokers but also artist like Halsey, Melanie Martinez, Troye Sivan, Drake or Ed Sheeran (:
I also like stuff like Dan and Phil, Tana Mongeau, coll is cool and the gabby show on YouTube.
I like a lot of movies/books like divergent, the maze runner, the breakfast club,… But also TV shows like shadowhunters, stranger things, supernatural, sherlock, the vampire diaries, Bates motel,American horror story,…. Stuff like that haha
Sooo if you like any of these things you can like or reblog this and I’ll text you (:
(you can also like or reblog if you don’t like any of the things I just said but want to talk to somebody about your problems or just about how today went I’ll answer you always and I’m sure we can find a topic to talk about😇)
Waking up this morning was something that wasn’t going to
happen. You groaned your way through getting ready. You hummed and hawed about
going to the coffee shop or going back to bed. It’s not like you were doing
anything today anyway.
Should I go?
Is coffee really necessary today?
Sleep is a beautiful thing and I am abusing it!
You finally decide to go out to get a coffee and wake up
properly. You walked to the coffee shop and felt your body craving the
caffeine. Good thing you went to get coffee now rather than later.
You smiled at the barista and thanked her for your drink. As
you sat in your usual seat, you checked your notifications on your phone and
relaxed. You heard the bell of the door opening and patter of someone waking on
the wood floors of the shop, you didn’t bother looking up though. Then you
heard it. His voice. It filled your ears and you looked up and couldn’t help
but stare. Eventually you stopped staring and went back to your phone. You
heard the boy say ‘Thank You’ for his drink. You expected to hear the bell of
the door, telling you that he left, but you didn’t. Instead you heard the
familiar foot steps coming towards you.
“Hello, sorry to bother but can I sit here?”, you heard the
boy ask you.
“Hi, yes of course go ahead!”, you gestured to the seat
across from you.
“I’m Reece by the way”
“Y/N, it’s nice to meet you.”
“Nice to meet you as well. So what are doing here?”, Reece
asked while taking a sip of his drink. His smile enchanting you.
“Oh I come here most days, it’s my time to relax and wake up”,
you smile and replied.
“So you aren’t a morning person? Me either, only when I have
to be you know?”
“Yeah it’s like why should I wake up if there isn’t a reason
“Exactly! Late nights are better than early mornings.”, he
said shifting in his seat to be more comfortable.
“Unless you are watching the sunrise with friends, it’s the
only time when seeing the sun in the morning is good”
“Oh true, so what are you doing after this Y/N?”, Reece
“Um I was going to go back to my flat and just chill. Did you
want to do something?”, you asked. The butterflies in your stomach were
swarming. You had never been so forward with any one in your life.
“Yeah, I was going to ask if you wanted to go to the park or
something.”, Reece told you looking into your eyes. His smile widened as he saw
your eyes light up with joy.
“I’d really like that”, you replied with a smirk. You both
stood and you grabbed your bag and went for your drink, your hands brushed each
other and you both looked up and smiled. Brushing the hair out of your face and
finally grabbing your drink you head out the door. The familiar ring of the
bell made you snap out of the trance of his cologne. Reece entranced you and to
think you weren’t going to come to the coffee shop today.
Blake made his way through the streets of New York quickly. It was 8am and he was determined to find the cafe he’d been in the previous day and sit in it until Evie walked through the door again. Or until he got kicked out. Either one.
NASA's IMERG Measures Hurricane Earl's Deadly Rainfall in Mexico
NASA & JAXA - Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) logo.
Aug. 9, 2016
Hurricane Earl began as a tropical wave that was tracked by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) from the African coast to the Caribbean Sea. The tropical wave drenched the Dominican Republic, where it was blamed for the deaths of six people. Southwest of Jamaica on Aug. 2, 2016, the tropical wave developed a closed circulation, and Earl was upgraded to a tropical storm.
Image above: The analysis of rainfall from Aug. 2 through Aug. 8, 2016, showed the period from when Earl became a tropical storm until Earl’s remnants interacted with an area of disturbed weather along the Pacific coast. Some areas in extreme southern Mexico received up to 43.3 inches (1,100 mm) of rain. Earl’s locations and intensities, as defined by the National Hurricane Center (NHC), are shown overlaid in white. Image Credits: NASA/JAXA/Hal Pierce.
On Aug. 3, Earl became a hurricane when it was located about 150 miles east of Belize. On Aug. 4 Earl made landfall just southwest of Belize City, Belize, at about 2 a.m. EDT (6 a.m. UTC). At landfall Earl had winds of about 81 mph (70 knots). Earl weakened to tropical depression intensity over the Yucatan but regained tropical storm wind speeds of about 58 mph (50 knots) when it emerged over the Bay of Campeche. On Aug. 6, Earl hit Mexico again just south of Veracruz. Earl was then disrupted by Mexico’s rough terrain and dissipated.
Data from NASA’s Integrated Multi-satellite Retrievals for GPM (IMERG) were used to estimate the amount of rain that fell from Aug. 2 through Aug. 8. GPM is the Global Precipitation Measurement mission, a joint mission of NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.
Animation Credits: NASA/JAXA/Hal Pierce The analysis, created at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, showed rainfall over the period from when Earl became a tropical storm until Earl’s remnants interacted with an area of disturbed weather along the Pacific coast. Some areas in extreme southern Mexico received up to 43.3 inches (1,100 mm) of rain.
The IMERG analysis showed the extreme amount of rain that was dropped by Earl over Belize, Guatemala, eastern Mexico and Mexico’s Pacific coast.
According to the official Twitter account of Luis Puente, Mexico’s national civil protection coordinator, at least 40 people were reported killed by landslides in the Mexican states of Puebla and Veracruz.
The remnants of Earl interacted with an area of disturbed weather along the Pacific coast of Mexico and aided in the formation of a tropical depression that became Tropical Storm Javier on Aug. 7.