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2010 New Year Eve webcams around the world

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

Celebrate the New Year – 2010 – around the world by viewing our live streaming New Year celebrations web cams.

Watch the 2010 New Year celebrations across 5 Continents via our streaming video New Year cams when the clocks strike midnight to mark the start of a new decade, and a New Year 2010.

Follow via our live New Year party cams how the turn of the year 2009/2010 will be celebrated all over the world.

At 11:00 (GMT), Auckland in New Zealand will be the first New Year webcam location to welcome the New year 2010.

Sydney and Melbourne in Australia will follow, then locations like Dubai, Hong Kong, the European cities like London, Paris, Berlin and Warsaw will follow in our 2010 New Year webcam celebrations. The last cities to say “hello” to the New Year –  2010 will be L.A. and Seattle in the United States of America at 9:00 (GMT) on January 1.

We wish all of our website visitors a very happy New Year.  Have a really good 2010

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Live Tropical Storm weather cam in Manila and Cebu in the Philippines

Monday, September 28th, 2009

Over 100 people were killed and more than a quarter of a million displaced after tropical storm Ketsana dumped the heaviest rain on The Philippines capital city, Manila, in more than 40 years, officials said yesterday.

Manila and surrounding areas were lashed with rain for nine hours on Saturday, leading to flash floods that inundated about 80 per cent of the city of 12million inhabitants.

The deluge left some areas under up to 6m of water, stranding families on rooftops and forcing the government to declare a state of disaster.

Highways were turned into raging rivers that swept away shanty towns and cars. Video footage from military helicopters showed marooned residents pleading for food and help.

The Tropical storm, Ketsana, displaced nearly 280,000 people in Manila and five provinces, with more than 41,000 people finding refuge in 92 evacuation centres. More flooding may hit northern provinces if the reservoirs and dams overflow.

Check out the live weather conditions in the capital city of Manila by viewing our live streaming Manila web cam here.  Click on our below weather cam Manila image to see a number of live webcam views in the Philippines capital city – Manila.  Watch the progress of the Tropical storm, Ketsana, via our live streaming Philppines weather camsHERE

Check out our live Philippines weather cams overlooking the capital city of Manila and the Philippines holiday resort island of Cebu. Our live weather cams in Manila and Cebu will let you see when the Ketsana Tropical storm finally departs the Philippines.

Live weather cam in Manila, the Philippines

Click on above Manila weather cam image to view live streaming webcam views overlooking the city of Manila in the Philippines

To view more live weather cams in the Philippines – Visit our live Philippines web cam section HERE

 
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