Thread: Whippin' Post Weather Volume 3

gina - 4/14/2019 at 08:30 PM

Sunday 4-14-19 Alert from the weather service about damage already happened. More to come.


https://weather.com/news/news/2019-04-13-severe-impacts-tornado-texas-louis iana-mississippi-alabama?cm_ven=email&cm_cat=RainAlert&cm_pla=conte ntPar1&cm_ite=http://www.weather.com/news/news/2019-04-13-severe-impact s-tornado-texas-lo




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gina - 4/14/2019 at 08:36 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lxbIEB0YgI
Nebraska Flooding West Point Bemer


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tY4OhQmDLM
NOAA warns unprecedented flooding until JULY. 200 MILLION people at risk.


REMARKS: We are in the beginning of how extreme weather will effect the entire country. The crops that were destroyed will devastate the national and international food markets, and economy and more.


gina - 4/18/2019 at 09:53 PM


https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-04-12-severe-threat-tornado-win d-hail-mid-april?cm_ven=email&cm_cat=RainAlert&cm_pla=contentPar1&a mp;cm_ite=http://www.weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-04-12-severe-threa t-tornado-wind-hail-mid-april

TOR CON 6 for the south today and tonight 6

TOR CON 4 tomorrow parts north, includes Carolinas.

NY - t-storms/heavy rains Friday night into Saturday.


gina - 4/19/2019 at 11:47 PM

Well, I was going to blame the great minds who think they can control and "own" the weather by 2025, but I heard this morning 64 people were killed in lightning strikes yesterday in India. India and Pakistan had massive dust storm along with that. 64 people in one day being electrocuted? I think God is unleashing some fury.

As for us, the fun begins tonight with torrential downpours, 60 mph winds and possible lightening. Is this the rebuttal to Easter, which is the anniversary of the crucifixion?

And some nutjob went into St. Patricks Cathedral in NYC with gasoline cans and a lighter, he wanted to recreate a Notre Dame type of thing. Some astute security and policemen put a stop to it. He told the cops that he was just trying to take a shortcut thru the church to get to Madison Avenue where his car was parked and that he was out of gas. The cop went with him to his car and found he had a full tank, so he kinda knew what the man was up to.

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/college-professor-bought-1-way-ticket-rome-st-042 922990--abc-news-topstories.html

it's just so sick.....




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gina - 4/30/2019 at 10:45 PM

This week Big Asteroid Exercise by NASA, FEMA and International Partners.

While headlines routinely report on "close shaves" and "near-misses" when near-Earth objects (NEOs) such as asteroids or comets pass relatively close to Earth, the real work of preparing for the possibility of a NEO impact with Earth goes on mostly out of the public eye.

For more than 20 years, NASA and its international partners have been scanning the skies for NEOs, which are asteroids and comets that orbit the Sun and come within 30 million miles (50 million kilometers) of Earth's orbit. International groups, such as NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO), the European Space Agency's Space Situational Awareness-NEO Segment and the International Asteroid Warning Network (IAWN) have made better communication of the hazards posed by NEOs a top priority.

In the spirit of better communication, next week at the 2019 Planetary Defense Conference, NASA's PDCO and other U.S. agencies and space science institutions, along with international partners, will participate in a "tabletop exercise" that will play out a realistic - but fictional - scenario for an asteroid on an impact trajectory with Earth.

The scenario begins with the fictional premise that on March 26, astronomers "discovered" a NEO they consider potentially hazardous to Earth. After a "few months" of tracking, observers predict that this NEO - dubbed 2019 PDC - poses a 1 in 100 chance of impact with Earth in 2027 (in real life, the international community has decided that a 1 in 100 chance of impact is the threshold for action). Participants in this exercise will discuss potential preparations for asteroid reconnaissance and deflection missions and planning for mitigation of a potential impact's effects.


https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=7386




gina - 5/16/2019 at 12:45 AM

California is going to get hammered. In about 10 days out or slightly less, one of the mets reported there will be a hurricane in the Eastern Pacific, first one of the season named Alvin. Hawaii needs to be on the lookout.

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/2019-Eastern-Pacific-Hurricane-Season-Beg ins-First-TD-Possible-Next-Week?cm_ven=hp-slot-2


You can see how much excess rainfall has occurred across the entire country, they have only been able to plant about 25% of the corn crops in the midwest.

https://weather.com/news/weather/news/2019-05-14-one-of-longest-lived-missi ssippi-river-floods-since-great-flood-1927?cm_ven=wu_videos?cm_ven=hp-slot- 1


Mississippi River flooding has been ongoing for three months or longer in some locations, making it the longest-lasting flood there since the Great Flood of 1927, the worst flood in modern history on the lower Mississippi River.

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/If-Old-River-Control-Structure-Fails-Cata strophe-Global-Impact


Closure of the Mississippi to shipping would cost the economy $295 million per day, said Gary LaGrange, executive director of the Port of New Orleans, during the great flood of 2011

Failure of the ORCS and the resulting loss of barge shipping that might result could well trigger a global food emergency. The U.S. is one of the world’s largest exporters of grain, and 60% of that grain is transported to market by barges travelling on the Lower Mississippi River





gina - 5/20/2019 at 10:10 PM

Alvin for the west coast will set it sights on Hawaii.

East Coast - Andrea will NOT be going over Bermuda per well informed sources, it will go east of that. Most the models have it going out to sea, except one model has it hitting Montauk.

https://apps.sfwmd.gov/sfwmd/common/images/weather/plots/storm_90.gif


gina - 5/22/2019 at 08:40 PM

Heat alert for North Carolina. It'll be hotter there than in Miami!

https://www.wunderground.com/news/holiday/memorial-day/news/2019-05-22-memo rial-day-weekend-weather-forecast-2019


nebish - 5/30/2019 at 11:59 PM

Ohio has been getting jacked up. We had a little water in our basement after a 3 hour power outage Tuesday night. Tore all the carpet up and everything will be ok. Hope everyone is doing well.

I keep track of the weather in the Colorado mountains, looks like it is still winter there. Atleast the drought is over, for now. Snowpack was like almost 400% of median for this time of year in some ranges!


nebish - 5/31/2019 at 12:01 AM

I mean snow water equivalent, not snow pack.

How is everyone in CA with that water situation?


gina - 6/5/2019 at 12:37 AM

1st hurricane of the season may be coming soooon. How soon? June 12-13. It would be a Gulf of Mexico storm, eclipse the panhandle then come up north grazing DC/Delmarva as a Cat 1 and either gong by Long Island or I will be screaming Whippin' Post.

It is called 91L investigation. The NHC says it has a 50 % chance of development into a storm in the next few days, but right now it would be down of Campeche, Mexico. This is way to early in the season for this stuff.


gina - 6/28/2019 at 10:10 PM

Yes it is hot, even up here. Need a little diversion? July 2nd, full solar eclipse over South America.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aq-PX_Euy4



gina - 7/7/2019 at 08:34 PM

CLIMATE CHANGE

https://truthout.org/articles/over-one-tenth-of-global-population-could-lac k-drinking-water-by-2030/


even worse but due to climate change:

https://www.tampabay.com/florida-politics/buzz/2019/06/20/florida-could-fac e-76-billion-in-climate-change-costs-by-2040-report-says/


http://www.climatecosts2040.org/
Find your state and area, read it and weep.


http://www.climatecosts2040.org/costs/new-york
We need 46 foot sea walls to deal with storm surges of 40 feet of water. Who will foot the bill? Taxpayers.

http://www.climatecosts2040.org/costs/florida

http://www.climatecosts2040.org/costs/north-carolina

http://www.climatecosts2040.org/costs/south-carolina


Remarks: You can't put seawalls around Miami or South Beach, so are they just to remain sitting ducks? Can't put them in the Hamptons either. Nobody says anything because you can't relocate 100 million people which is probably what we have on the east coast. It is just not good.


gina - 7/12/2019 at 11:49 PM

GULF COAST

https://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=lix&wwa=hurricane %20warning


WIND
- LATEST LOCAL FORECAST: Equivalent Strong Tropical Storm force
wind
- Peak Wind Forecast: 45-60 mph with gusts to 75 mph
- Window for Tropical Storm force winds: until early Sunday
morning

- POTENTIAL THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY: Potential for wind 74 to
110 mph
- The wind threat has increased from the previous assessment.
- PLAN: Plan for life-threatening wind of equivalent CAT 1 or
2 hurricane force due to possible forecast changes in
track, size, or intensity.
- PREPARE: Last minute efforts should solely focus on
protecting life. The area remains subject to considerable
wind damage.
- ACT: Now is the time to shelter from life-threatening wind.+


STORM SURGE THRU NEXT TUESDAY

STORM SURGE
- LATEST LOCAL FORECAST: Localized storm surge possible
- Peak Storm Surge Inundation: The potential for 1-3 feet
above ground somewhere within surge prone areas
- Window of concern: through early Tuesday morning

RAIN Original estimates were 15-25 inches total. Current analysis says 10 to 15 more inches than they have right now, so that probably will add up to 20 or 25 inches total.


TORNADO
- LATEST LOCAL FORECAST:
- Situation is somewhat favorable for tornadoes


https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATCDAT2+shtml/122039.shtml

"life threatening storm surge and inundation".


https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at2+shtml/204123.shtml?rainqpf#co ntents


https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at2+shtml/204123.shtml?ero#conten ts


Comments: Sometimes when you realize it is really bad and you should have left, it is too late. If you can get out, get out of there.


LANDFALL: BATON ROUGE EXPECTED THIS TIME. (that's what the mil people think)


https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Devastating-Floods-Possible-Tropical-Stor m-Barry-Sloshes-Louisiana?cm_ven=cat6-widget



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gina - 7/13/2019 at 12:01 AM

As most of you know, Reed Timmer is a storm chaser, extreme weather watcher, he's already down there. Look at his video, water already coming in. Inundation will happen. Island Road and Hwy 665.

https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/live-flood-gates-closed-homes-b oarded-up-in-new-orleans-as-barry-approaches-louisiana/70008799


UPDATE: storm surge now making many roads south of Hwy 665 impassable including Island Rd in Terrebonne Parish, LA well ahead of Tropical Storm #Barry @breakingweather


Lake Ponchartrain already coming over Lake Shore Drive, New Orleans.
https://twitter.com/hashtag/lakePontchartrain?src=hash

The nice levy's that the army built for the city are able to handle a 20 foot storm surge, 19 feet are expected.


https://twitter.com/breakingweather


Here's the monster pulsating with it's impending misery to launch on the people of Louisiana.

http://rammb.cira.colostate.edu/ramsdis/online/loop.asp?data_folder=tropica l/tropical_ge_4km_ir4_floater_2&width=640&height=480&number_of_ images_to_display=12






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gina - 7/13/2019 at 12:24 AM

If it is already too effin late for anybody to get out of there, these are shelters open now.

https://www.wafb.com/2019/07/11/tracking-barry-evacuations-issued-ahead-sev ere-tropical-weather/

https://www.wafb.com/2019/07/11/tropical-storm-barry-resources-south-louisi ana-residents/

http://www.wbrz.com/news/ascension-officials-opening-lamar-dixon-expo-cente r-as-storm-shelter

3,000 national guard troops already in place.
http://www.wbrz.com/news/state-officials-update-residents-as-barry-heads-to ward-louisiana


School parking lots available for cars to save them from flood damage.
http://www.wbrz.com/news/denham-springs-residents-allowed-to-relocate-vehic les-to-school-parking-lots


https://www.brproud.com/

New Orleans residents wonder if they should evacuate, I cannot believe that.
https://www.brproud.com/weather/tropics-watch/as-barry-approaches-new-orlea ns-residents-debate-evacuation/

Gas stations already running out of gas. But Gas buddy has activated an app to help people find gas.
https://www.brproud.com/news/gas-stations-running-out-of-gas-amid-barry/

https://www.katc.com/weather/tracking-the-tropics/gasbuddy-activates-fuel-a vailability-tracking-app-ahead-of-tropical-storm-barry

https://wjbo.iheart.com/

https://www.htv10.tv/


In Lafayette

https://www.katc.com/

Restaurants are using hashtag Barry Eats to help people find food and where to eat/what's open in Lafayette.
https://www.katc.com/weather/tracking-the-tropics/looking-for-restaurants-t hat-are-opened-during-barry

https://www.klfy.com/

https://kpel965.com/
Shelters open across Louisiana call 211.

2-1-1 has been activated to have the most up to date information about shelter locations and being able to tell people exactly where the shelter closest to them will be.”


The Governor says the flooding will effect the whole state because they are already AT flood stage.
https://710keel.com/edwards-heavy-rains-could-impact-entire-state/







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gina - 7/21/2019 at 07:25 PM

Yes it is hot. It is 107 outside my place, a few blocks away it is 103 and half a mile down the road it is 102. I could rant about why don't they turn off the Haarp transmitters in summer so the atmosphere is not fried, but the haarp technology does other things including producing earthquakes in some places that take the pressure off the tectonic plates and fracture zones in other places. There are some that said that the tsunami experienced by Japan and the tsunami that followed was created in order to save the California coastline. Yes it can be that precise. Weather manipulation can be used to prevent things from happening in one place while causing something else to happen in another.

There are other reports that the fracking and it's wastewater may cause earthquakes for decades to come even after fracking in that area is stopped.

https://www.nationofchange.org/2019/07/18/fracking-wastewater-may-trigger-e arthquakes-for-decades-even-after-operations-cease/

In the Quran, there is guidance which said that "stabilizers were put in the earth", that means oil to lubricate the plates and inner workings of our planet and it's axis rotation; but the great minds decided to ignore this and suck the oil out of the land, oceans and profiteer out of it. They join axis's of nations to regulate the price of fuel and to make big profits. if people die from earthquakes because of their efforts, they do not care. They are slaves to the pleasures of this world, and they have to do things like this in order to maintain their status quo, so they have enough money to remain in power.

God gave his warnings to people with the Bible, he gave further warnings to people with the Quran. We could have learned from the Indians how to care for the land and the water. We could have learned from the Amish or other peoples who respect the land, are able to farm and have enough food to feed the people. But then you have people like Henry Kissinger who said "he who controls the food controls the people" and the bright idea of GMO foods was introduced. From the beginning the seeds of evil were sown in the world, and ultimately man will reap the harvest of his sinister, evil ways.


gina - 8/24/2019 at 08:05 PM

Yes the weather people will be talking about stuff in the Atlantic. One of our favorite mets tells us it is not a problem (TD 5) which will go across Florida, come out in the ocean and head up along the coastline and be near Wilmington, NC. He says it will go out to sea based on the high coming down from Canada and a cold front coming from the west. Thank you Bid Daddy! We are not ready for a hurricane right now.


Here's what the others have been saying about other disturbances out there.

AL 5
http://hurricanes.ral.ucar.edu/realtime/plots/northatlantic/2019/al052019/t rack_gfs/aal05_2019082412_track_gfs.png

AL 98
http://hurricanes.ral.ucar.edu/realtime/plots/northatlantic/2019/al982019/t rack_gfs/aal98_2019082412_track_gfs.png

AL90
http://hurricanes.ral.ucar.edu/realtime/plots/northatlantic/2019/al902019/t rack_gfs/aal90_2019052100_track_gfs.png
too soon to say.

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/TD-5-Forms-Central-Atlantic-98L-Likely-St rengthen-East-Coast?cm_ven=hp-slot-1




gina - 8/28/2019 at 07:53 PM

Wednesday 8-28-19. Models Now say DAYTONA BEACH as a Cat 3 yes THREE 115 mile per hour winds. DEREK get outta JAX. Everybody else especially those in Carolina and north of there should be checking in on Bernie Rayno's twitter page because there is a trough-troff that can pick the hurricane up and bring it to NC because of an upper level high effecting the steering flow of winds in the atmosphere. He's at accurayno on twitter. Check out his most recent videos.

Https://www.twitter.com/accurayno

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gina - 8/29/2019 at 02:03 AM

The mil. revised their map, now rather than Daytona/Jax as impact point for Dorian they have Kissimmee/ Orlando so does the HWRF-model. It gets worse, that model thinks it will be a high Cat 4. Read the article on Jeff's site. Https://www.wunderground.com It hit St. THOMAS as a cat 1 75 mph winds gusts to 97. It has an eyewall 20 -40 miles wide. They think it will undergo an eyewall replacement cycle Fri. That means the storm stretches and gets bigger and stronger because the convection bands inside the storm tighten up. It's going to be bad. If I was anywhere with a Cat. 3 or 4 coming, I'd get out. Go anyplace.


gina - 8/29/2019 at 02:29 AM

There are two scenarios for landfall. The American GFS model thinks Dorian will NOT go to Florida but will go to Charleston SC. The European model thinks it will go to central Florida and go across Florida. So I guess it's like Clint Eastwood said in Dirty Harry, "do you feel lucky?". As with the other sites you should be checking at a time like this. Henry's Weathermadness site is one of them Https://www.weathermadness.com.

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gina - 8/29/2019 at 02:55 AM

Levi Cowan another of everyone fans and meteorologists alike favorite go to for info. Mets did a video on Dorian. Check his twitter. Https://twitter.com/tropicaltidbits


gina - 8/29/2019 at 11:56 AM

The latest thinking on the storm says Cat 4-125 miles per hour at landfall. Exact location still has some variance many of the models yesterday suggested Cocoa Beach. Today it looks like Melbourne. It is still early, after Friday they will have it more hammered down. The storm should come onshore Monday night and the astronomical high tides will make the storm surge worse. There is still time to leave and get to safety but bear on mind usually two days before impact some of the outer bands are already approaching due to the wind-field. If you are leaving you cannot wait till Sunday. Friday night or Saturday morning would be okay to go. After it gets thru with Florida it goes in the Gulf and could make a second landfall along the AL, Miss, LA coastlines. Head north Georgia will be fine.

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gina - 8/31/2019 at 03:28 AM

Fuller update tomorrow but even now Florida is really well prepared.

Https://www.miamiherald.com

They have 2 million gallons of water, 2 million meals, 4,000 national guard by tomorrow, 13,000 electrical workers, community volunteers last time 500 of them served 23,000 people, comcast offering free wi-fi hot-spots statewide. They got this. If you are still worried read the article in Southern Living about a group of people from Connecticut who actually went TO Florida during a hurricane. Incredible story called What To Do if a hurricane hits while I'm at Disney World. They feed you, they entertain you and you have a good time.

Https://www.southernliving.com

Https://ziggyknowsdisney.com








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gina - 8/31/2019 at 05:46 PM

It should become more widely official tomorrow but NO landfall for Florida. It is still early but there may be no landfall for anybody it will come up the NC coast and then go out to sea. One of our esteemed Mets says so.


gina - 9/1/2019 at 09:12 PM

9-1-19 Firstly, nobody is out of the woods on this one. While it is good news it probably will not hit Fort Pierce, Florida, which has a nuclear reactor. The Florida coastline will experience significant flooding due to the storm surge, King Tides, and prolonged rain and wind with the storm surge. I mentioned the effects they experienced in Abaco today. With the King Tides, the tides are ALREADY 8 feet higher than normal. These are videos from some of the meteorologists we can trust, because they KNOW, experience and instinctually what can be expected.

These are two from Henry today.

https://weathermadness.com/2019/09/01/video-dangerous-dorian-impacts-florid a-coast-to-new-jersey/

https://weathermadness.com/2019/09/01/video-update-on-dorian-carolinas-to-n antucket-concerns/



This is from Steve from yesterday.

https://nynjpaweather.com/public/2019/08/31/special-video-addition-on-hurri cane-dorian/


https://twitter.com/accurayno


Jeff Master's site (you will recall Jeff rode with the Hurricane Hunters actually going into a hurricane)

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Historic-Catastrophic-Hurricane-Dorian-Po unding-Bahamas-185-mph-Winds?cm_ven=hp-slot-2


and yes Mar-A-Lago was evacuated, so now you know it is still serious for Florida.
https://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article234614387.html





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gina - 9/1/2019 at 09:14 PM

From the ground in Bahamas

https://www.facebook.com/69898058809/posts/10157532225978810/?sfnsn=mo& s=100001505699166&vh=e

Bahamas Meteorology
https://www.facebook.com/242MetService/?ref=py_c


Keith Bishop from Islands By Design was able to get to the capital in the Bahamas. He should have further info. later.

https://islandsbydesign.com/





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gina - 9/1/2019 at 09:21 PM

Video from Angela Chulmer from Abaco

https://stormcarib.com/reports/current/binIpJwc8vddE.MP4


By Angela Culmer <angelaculmer at gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2019 15:44:55 -0400


gina - 9/1/2019 at 11:00 PM

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Yep folks, if the US is spared the full wrath of Dorian, there are two more waves after that. Time to really start thinking and getting stuff together. For me the full realization that I do not want to live in a hurricane zone has set in. I don't want to deal with hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes up close and personal. I am tired of being terrorized. Someone pointed out to me today, we have no control over these things, all we can do is react to it if we are called to deal with it.


gina - 9/1/2019 at 11:20 PM

There is an anticipated storm surge map. Now if the hurricane decides to make landfall anywhere along the coastline these numbers will change.

https://slosh.nws.noaa.gov/psurge2.0/


ONE HOUR AGO:

https://twitter.com/ryanmaue

Looking like it would do something at the Carolina coastline. I don't want to say landfall but that is on the table along with everything else.
***For Eastern NC: Regardless of Dorian's exact path, we are expecting heavy rain & gusty winds across the area starting Wed. Find #HurricanePrep tips at http://ready.gov/hurricanes #ncwx


https://twitter.com/ryanmaue




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gina - 9/1/2019 at 11:41 PM

Ed Piotrowski has videos from outside the Space station of the storm.

https://twitter.com/EdPiotrowski

His ready, set, go plan seems like people would already know this, but maybe not.

READY 5-7 days ahead - put a kit together or stuff you will take with you or that you need if you stay where you are.

SET 3-5 days ahead - if in the cone, plan, prepare property and get ready to leave.

GO 1-3 days ahead - evacuate if ordered to or if you are along the coastline, if inland shelter.


If you home is not secure enough to withstand the wind, rain that may come to you area. LEAVE. Look at the video of the woman in Abaco. There is nothing she can do.



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gina - 9/1/2019 at 11:46 PM

Brad Panovich has his impact map, so you can understand what is coming your way.

https://twitter.com/wxbrad



gina - 9/1/2019 at 11:56 PM

https://twitter.com/reedtimmerAccu


https://twitter.com/pppapin


https://twitter.com/ExtremeStorms


https://twitter.com/JimCantore
He has some video from 7 hours ago.


https://twitter.com/BlueLAskies
Shelf cloud in Vero Beach


You got a lot of people on this storm, lots of places to go for info. Utilize it. I saw reports that suggest when Dorian gets close to Florida it will be near Port Canaveral. You all know that is where they launch space shuttles from. You may also know that Trump wants to weaponize space, sending nukes up there to use at places down here if he thinks we are in a Space War. Well, God has to draw the line somewhere, I really don't think he wants us putting more stuff up there to launch on other nations. If Port Canaveral gets hit, I think we can assume God has spoken. Have a good night whippin' post.





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gina - 9/2/2019 at 06:23 PM

South Florida Representative Shevrin Jones has family in the Bahamas and put up footage on his twitter of their home.
Https://twitter.com/shevrinjones

Https://www.miamiherald.com

Very scary.

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gina - 9/3/2019 at 02:32 AM

Dave Mackey in Freeport Bahamas reported his house is 15 feet and the water is 8 feet high. Officials are telling people to find anything that will float and grab hammers so they can break out of their attics where people are trapped. Others are stranded on rooftops.

The airport at Grand Bahama is under 5 feet of water and high tide has not hit yet.

Storm chaser Josh Morgerman has not reported in since yesterday when he left to go to Marsh Harbor to higher ground and holed up in a school his blog is

Https://www.twitter.com/icyclone

He tweeted fellow storm chasers he is okay but banged up.

Https://www.twitter.com/EarthUncutTv
James Reynolds site

Kris Jackson reportedly heard from him.
Https://www.twitter.com/Krisjack81

There is video from Abaco from Javier, no houses standing, just cars. The whole place levelled.

Https://www.twitter.com/drpavitol1

Https://www.twitter.com/EricBlake12

Abaco had 13,000 houses and 16,000 people. Mass deaths






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gina - 9/3/2019 at 03:14 AM

Melissa Tomlin has a great idea, Norwegian, Carnival and Royal Carribean cruise lines who benefit from Bahamas tourism should help bring supplies and give back to the islands that have given to them. The Royal British Navy is coming but the devastation is surreal.

For locals in the Bahamas who need rescue they can text to:

3595142

Officials have set that up for them.

Update: Royal Carribean is sending 1M [million] dollars to help with relief efforts.
Carnival Cruise Line will also send relief money.

If you are not following Miami Herald you should be.





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gina - 9/3/2019 at 04:04 AM

Https://www.twitter.com/bahamaspress


gina - 9/3/2019 at 04:14 AM

OMG the eye from the Space Station.

Https://www.twitter.com/AstroHague

Nick Hague, Astronaut on the Space Station.

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gina - 9/3/2019 at 04:22 AM

Good night Whippin' Post, and yes there was a tornado on Long Island today not near me though. Don't think it did much, we get these horrible what I call weather terror storms, torrential downpours, cloud to ground lightning, winds more than 50 mph. We don't have normal weather anymore.


gina - 9/3/2019 at 11:34 AM

Space weather is influencing regular weather with this storm per Tamitha Skov.

Https://www.twitter.com/TamithaSkov


gina - 9/3/2019 at 10:42 PM

A Happy Hurricane story.

https://www.causes.com/actions/1768789-pledge-to-help-the-voiceless-dogs-of -nassau-bahamas

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2019/09/03/this-woman-took-rescue- dogs-into-her-bahamas-home-protect-them-hurricane-dorian/?noredirect=on


These sweet animals did not even try to get in the bed with her, they were just thankful to find shelter, food and love in the storm. They will need to be adopted. This lady has also helped at least 1,000 dogs over the last four years when storms came.


gina - 9/4/2019 at 11:11 PM

Storm surge for Carolinas can be 7 feet. Hurricane force winds about 60 miles inland, tropical storm force winds 175 miles in. The wind-field is expanding due to the cold front. They say Long Island should be okay. So should Little Rhody. Connecticut had a tornado tonight. I have to start snoopin' on what's going on in the troposphere. There might be things going on that we don't know.















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gina - 9/5/2019 at 01:50 AM

Some islands were not effected. People can travel there. People could be rescued and taken there. Some airports are open.

Https://www.bahamas.com


There has been looting on Abaco and Grand Bahama. The Royal Bahama Defense Force Marines deployed and restoring law and order. The US is sending DEA agents and others to help out per Senator Marco Rubio's twitter page.

Https://www.twitter.com/bahamaspress

Https://www.twitter.com/marcorubio





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gina - 9/5/2019 at 02:45 AM


Https://www.twitter.com/WCKitchen

Https://www.twitter.com/chefjoseandres






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gina - 9/5/2019 at 11:40 PM

200,000 people are already without power. There is significant flooding in South Carolina, but what is worse is tht there are multiple tornadoes from within the storm that will be heading to North Carolina as it gets there. These are NOT water spout tornadoes, these are tornadoes from within the hurricane in the outer bands. At least 5 of them.

The eye is at least 50 or 60 miles wide and the windfield is 175 miles, will be more as it makes it's way up the coastline.

South and North Carolina you are looking at 6-12 inches of rain.
Sotheast Virginia 3-8 inches of rain, Norfolk and Virginia Beach can expect Hurricane Force wind GUSTS, your tropical storm winds are 39-72 mph, hurricane is above that. The storm is a Cat 2 105 mph winds with 125 gusts.

Northeast can expect 2-4 inches of rain.

https://weathermadness.com/2019/09/05/hurricane-dorian-produces-flooding-da maging-winds-and-tornadoes/


https://twitter.com/AccuRayno

https://www.wunderground.com/


https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATCDAT5+shtml/052051.shtml

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Updated slosh forecast

https://slosh.nws.noaa.gov/psurge2.0/



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gina - 9/5/2019 at 11:53 PM

In the Bahamas there are victories and tragedies still occurring.

https://twitter.com/bahamaspress

The government got 200 body bags, they are telling people not to talk about all the dead people, but there are dead people floating in waters, there are sharks in the water also.

Good news:

20,000 meals have been loaded onto an “explorer vessel” that is being sent from Florida here to the Bahamas at the request of @chefjoseandres & his @wckitchen team. Meals will be prepared on the boat as the food is being brought here.

They delivered 2,000 sandwiches today, and planned 10,000 more tomorrow. They are even going to make the food on the boat while it is on it's 8 hr. trek to the Bahamas.

"Reporting in after a long day on Abaco and visiting Green Turtle Cay, where all 550 people survived! We @WCKitchen brought hot meals and heard incredible stories....They need a few things, but otherwise are okay!! #ChefsForBahamas"

AND 6 hrs. ago they already started delivering meals to Columbia County, North Carolina.

These guys are organnized.


gina - 9/7/2019 at 05:48 PM


While the storm has passed the Carolinas and the east coast, there may be people trapped in the Outer Banks of NC that need help. Flooding in South Carolina happened in just two hours.

https://nypost.com/2019/09/07/hurricane-dorian-flooding-may-have-trapped-no rth-carolina-residents-officials/




gina - 9/7/2019 at 05:49 PM

007 "Shaken not stirred"

Sean Connery rode out Hurricane Dorian in his Bahamas home.

https://nypost.com/2019/09/06/sean-connery-says-he-was-lucky-to-survive-dor ian-in-bahamas/

https://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/celebrity/sean-connery-89-rode-out-hurrica ne-dorian-in-his-bahamas-home-we-were-lucky-compared-to-many-others/ar-AAGU yez#page=2

In an interview from his home there, he told the Scottish Daily Mail that he and his wife, artist Micheline Roquebrune Connery, were “both fine” and thanked people “for their concern.”

“We were lucky compared to many others,” said Connery, whose home is in the gated community of Lyford Cay on New Providence Island, which is about 95 miles from Great Abaco, which saw the greatest destruction. “The damage here was not great.”

He continued, “We had been prepared for the storm, everything was ready in advance — we weren’t taking any chances and knew what to do. It comes with living here, I suppose.”

https://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/articles/sean-connerys-bond-lifestyle

He has a mansion in a gated community of Lyford Cay in New Providence Island, 95 miles from Great Abaco.

Since the Bond days he is now involved in activisim of a sort.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/12/sean-connery-save-the-bays-ba hamas-mansion-peter-nygard

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/05/bahamas-bond-beach-peter-nyga rd-home-battle











He is happily married but did he ever live the life like James Bond? Carly Simon reportedly said a few things.

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/hurricane-dorian-sean-connery-bahamas -mansion.print

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/carly-simon-reveals-sean-connery-aske d-for-menage-a-trois-with-her-sister

In her new memoir, “Boys in the Trees,” Simon claims that in 1965, when she was 20, she and her 22-year-old sister, Lucy, met Connery aboard the SS United States traveling from England to New York. The sisters became friends with the then-35-year-old actor, and after having drinks with him one night, met him in his cabin.

There, he proposed having the ménage-à-trois — or as one of Carly’s friends called it, a “Simon sisters sandwich,” the book says. They turned him down.

Lucy, however, spent the following night with Connery, who was married to actress Diane Cilento at the time, and didn’t come back until 5:15 a.m. the next day, Carly Simon writes.

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/carly-simon-reveals-who-inspired-your e-so-vain
[Warren Beatty]


Remarks: Hollywood will do that to you.











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gina - 9/7/2019 at 06:45 PM

Okay now you've had your morning Latte and entertainment, now it's time to get back to the seriousness of the situation in the Bahamas. The only people who will definitely survive are the ones getting on private charter boats. People are waiting in long lines to get on boats in Freeport to go to Nassau. Marco Rubio and a Florida delegation visited Abaco and says only the Department of Defense can get in the heavy logistical support needed to re-establish some sort of survival for these people. Rand Hospital has 10 beds that are filled, and the rest of the rooms are flooded out; even the hospital cannot provide normal services for injured people. You need some field hospitals, but the most basic thing is WATER. People have no food or water, in 3 days with no water, a person goes into kidney failure and dies. This cannot wait.

Can someone send in desalinization equipment to help provide water. Can someone send in construction equipment to move the debris, so that tents can be set up? Can you provide generators and gas to help power up food tents? Sleeping bags, tarps, cots, blankets, pillows basic things, toothpaste, toilet paper, dumpsters for refuse removal? FOOD: BOOST liquid nutrition 30 grams protein supplements can help. What about storage sheds that could be set up quickly like PODS to help store materials? Pre-fabricated structures that could be erected quickly?

Why can't the cruise lines show some concern and send some boats to shelter people? Can ferries be sent to help get people to safe lands?

You have 70,000 people who have no food, water or shelter. It really cannot wait, and I HATE to say this but guess what, the European weather model has another wave forming in TWO WEEKS around the 19th or 20th, the response to Dorian will take time to get things back to normal, unfortunately those people are under the gun for survival and if there is another hurricane in 2 1/2 weeks, they will probably die if it goes thru those islands again.



https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article23482279 7.html
Miami politicians went to Freeport, Bahamas Friday

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article234814477.html
people waiting in Freeport to board a cruise ship to Nassau

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article234833727.html
Thousands wait in Marsh Harbor Grand Abaco for transport off the island, private boat.

https://twitter.com/chefjoseandres
World Central Kitchen delivered food to St. Francis Shelter on Abaco
José Andrés&#8207;Verified account @chefjoseandres 3h3 hours ago

Dear friends of the @uscoastguard We did 14k meals yesterday, 20k today we could do 30k if we had your support if you had a heli free. We goa marked sites and names of the places we need to bring food!

https://twitter.com/bahamaspress
Bahamas Press&#8207; @Bahamaspress 1h1 hour ago


BP BREAKING| A 4th person has died in a wave of shootings in the capital last night. The mass shooting exercise has climbed the homicide count to 73.

https://twitter.com/marcorubio

Marco Rubio&#8207;Verified account @marcorubio 23h23 hours ago
Only the @DeptofDefense has the heavy lift & logistical capability to deliver &!distribute large amounts of relief aid in conditions such as those currently found in #Abaco. This is an URGENT need.

Marco Rubio&#8207;Verified account @marcorubio 20h20 hours ago
Marco Rubio Retweeted Marco Rubio

Great news. @USAID has formally requested that @USNorthernCmd provide heavy lift aerial support to bring in desperately needed aid to #Abaco #Bahamas. First task will be to get an airfield open & ready for large airlift of supplies.


https://twitter.com/ExtremeStorms
Jim Edds&#8207;Verified account @ExtremeStorms 5h5 hours ago
#HopeTown a community that easily handled Hurricane Irene in 2011 was no match for Cat 5 #HurricaneDorain - on the egress. They need supplies. Let the floatplanes land for starters.


Other remarks: There has been a lot of money put out to help the victims, there is also some belief that there is corruption with Bahamian officials so the money/food is not getting to the people. You really need boots on the ground for this sort of thing. One person said they were just collecting the bodies, we have seen them being loaded on pick up trucks, and it is believed the govt. may just be burning the bodies, like garbage.

Trump needs to authorize waiving the visa requirement for the victims so that some of them can be transported here. Those cruise ships should sail some boats in there use portable ramps so docks can be set up to help them get on board. Feed them, house them, relocate them for now. WHY CAN'T THIS HAPPEN? These people have nothing.





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gina - 9/7/2019 at 07:31 PM

At least Royal Carribean is delivering some food.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/sep/07/hurricane-dorian-survivors-ba hamas


FREEEPORT, BAHAMAS 9-7-19

Phillip Smith, the executive director of the Bahamas Feeding Network, fronted efforts to deliver 20,000 meals to those most in need in Freeport. The aid had been provided by the cruise line giant Royal Caribbean earlier in the day. At present, he said, no aid had been provided directly by the government of the Bahamas, although assistance was being given by its National Emergency Management Agency (Nema).


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7434057/Aid-effort-picks-momentum- Bahamians-seek-way-out.html

The Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line is evacuating some 1,400 hurricane survivors, ferrying them from Freeport to West Palm Beach, Florida.

FINALLY SOMEONE GETS IT, the islands are not livable and people have to be gotten off them.

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gina - 9/10/2019 at 12:10 AM

The next storm that we will have to keep a look out for is # 3 from the wunderground article. This may become something around September 23. The European model [and this is quite far out at this time] thinks it would be an Atlantic based storm.

https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2019-09-09-watching-atlantic-trop ics-hurricane-season-september?cm_ven=wu_videos?cm_ven=hp-slot-1


We can't get all crazy about this, but you need to be aware of it. And even though some weather modification takes place with cloud seeding etc., remember that it is God who has the final say so, so let's say some mad scientists want to try to direct it one way of the other of have it hit some place to save some where else, utlimately God either allows it or not. When he allows disaster it is because people will be drawn back to him, and it is also an opportunity for others to help those who are sufferring from the disaster. He may not cause it, but he allows or does not allow it. That is the point and that is why.

[Sept 30 is Roshashannah - the Jewish New Year and there are many who believe Jesus was born in September.]




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gina - 9/11/2019 at 11:23 PM

While Dorian is away from our shores, it is still hurricane season which for us is now September thru November since the sub Saharan dust layer doesn't significantly decline till around now.

Trump has been probed for his map with Alabama in the cone of uncertainty while the people live with the stench of rotting bodies in the Bahamas. Cholera has been reported there as well.

There is another wave coming off Africa around September 23, I hope everyone gets over sharpie-gate by then. The models change all the time, even in the same day. With the next tropical storm/depression/hurricane all I would say is everyone in the oval office or anyone with access to it, should just step away from the sharpie. Let the naval research folks do their estimates and the nhc issue the warnings to people. As the changes happen, the President could update his twitter page since a lot of people go there.



https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=2

More rain and gusty winds for the Bahamas.

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Watching-95L-Heavy-Rain-Threat-Florida-an d-Gulf-Coast?cm_ven=hp-slot-1

60 percent change of formation by Monday next week.

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gina - 9/19/2019 at 11:28 PM

Every week there are more hurricanes and they keep going to Cat 3. Do they just want to get us used to the idea of them coming 2 or more a week, then start obliterating cities and coastlines?

When I can barely keep up with the long range forecasts it's bad. We have 3 on the map this week. 2 more next week and I think another one is rolling off Cape Verde.

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gina - 9/26/2019 at 12:03 AM

Karen:

http://hurricanes.ral.ucar.edu/realtime/plots/northatlantic/2019/al122019/t rack_gfs/aal12_2019092512_track_gfs.png

http://hurricanes.ral.ucar.edu/realtime/plots/northatlantic/2019/al122019/i ntensity_late_stream15/aal12_2019092512_intensity_late_stream15.png

Cat 3 or 4



Next Up:
While Lorenzo is scheduled to NOT hit any land here, the models better be right because it will be a Cat 4.

http://www.ral.ucar.edu/hurricanes/realtime/current/


Is that all? For now, but we having a bumper crop of hurricanes this year.

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gina - 9/26/2019 at 12:05 AM

https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2019-09-22-tropical-storm-karen-f orecast-caribbean-puerto-rico?cm_ven=hp-slot-1


https://weathermadness.com/2019/09/23/extreme-pattern-setting-up-how-karen- may-play-into-the-extremes/






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gina - 9/27/2019 at 08:07 PM

Montana going to get something like 50 inches of snow.

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/winter-storm-could-bring-50-inches-snow-parts-101 113859--abc-news-topstories.html

Wyoming, not so much. 4.7 inches
https://www.yahoo.com/gma/1st-major-winter-storm-season-112831893.html




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gina - 10/4/2019 at 09:03 PM

Hurricane season is NOT over yet. There will be a little something in the Gulf by the end of the weekend and there are a couple more waves that will be coming along that are not on the main stream maps yet.


As to the snowcast, this is what they say is normal, but we do not get normal anymore.

https://weather.com/storms/winter/news/2019-10-03-record-early-first-snow-u nited-states?cm_ven=hp-slot-1


gina - 10/5/2019 at 08:04 PM

https://weathermadness.com/2019/10/05/coastal-storm-could-end-up-close-to-t he-coast-blizzard-severe-storms-also-on-the-table/

So wind, rain and tropical type stuff the end of next week, Thurs, Fri, and then Oct. 20 or later, I don't want to say a Sandy is possible, but I ain't likin'' the look of the possibilities. [maybe God doesn't like all this impeachment stuff!]

https://weathermadness.com/2019/10/05/major-east-coast-storm-with-tropical- connections-possible-next-week/

Whippin' Post!


http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/real-time/misc/wxdisc11.txt

TROPICAL WAVES...
An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 24W from 15N southward,
moving W at 10 kt. Clusters of scattered moderate to isolated
strong convection are from 04N-13N between 18W-30W.
An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 47W/48W from 16N
southward, moving W at 10 kt. Scattered moderate convection is
from 05N-10N between 43W-55W.

An E Caribbean tropical wave is along 64W/65W from 20N southward,
moving W at 10 kt. Scattered moderate convection is over the
northern portion of the wave from 18N-23N between 60W-65W.
Scattered showers are elsewhere within 120 nm of the wave axis.

It ain't over yet.



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gina - 10/12/2019 at 08:00 AM

While the mid west got a blizzard with temps dropping 60 to 80 degrees in 24 hrs. Here we had some weird tropical storms trying but not succeeding in becoming a hurricane off the coastline whipping up 60 mph winds off the east end heading north towards Boston. Later today Tokyo getting a Cat 3 typhoon. Evacuations happening. Nobody has a plan for the 1.5 million in California who had the power turned off. How long will that go on? Will it effect Election Day?

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Stephen - 10/12/2019 at 10:54 AM

Yep that was crazy that blizzard out west last week - we had an Oct 2005 blizzard in northern NE, Wildcat ski area turned on its lift for the occasion

Colors should be pretty near peak this wknd - thanks for the posts/links etc, cool knowing what the weather’s doing & where - that situation in Calif is strange alright - hopefully the typhoon in Tokyo isn’t too awful


gina - 11/3/2019 at 09:18 PM

SNOW - yep, Connecticut, Little Rhody, Mass

November 13th.

Get ready Piacere, it's coming.


gina - 11/9/2019 at 09:14 PM

Most of the country will face the arctic blast coming. It is just an arctic blast, it is not the switch/the change to winter not yet. Regardless, there will be snow for many. The northeast doesn't have to stress that now, but the 13th and afterwards, that is when the clippers can begin.


Stephen - 11/11/2019 at 09:17 PM

To the contrary, almost a foot expected in Vt over next 24 hrs, it’s snowing steadily right now w/a cold blast, as you mentioned, right on its heels - early start!


gina - 11/19/2019 at 10:18 PM

The end of next week there could be something storm wise. Will keep you posted.


gina - 11/24/2019 at 08:37 PM


Henry got thumped at his house with some snow this morning. He thinks winter is coming next couple of weeks. I hope the snow stays north of here.

https://weathermadness.com/2019/11/24/snow-and-ice-maybe-even-a-big-daddy-a s-winter-pattern-hits/




gina - 11/29/2019 at 10:54 PM

FRIDAY 11/29/19

Yes there is a storm coming. At this time it does not look bad for Long Island or metro NYC.

Our mets:

Henry
https://weathermadness.com/2019/11/29/snow-from-the-plains-to-the-northeast -coastal-storm-tough-call-on-snow/


Steve
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VbsT3JtESg


Ryan
https://twitter.com/ryanmaue


When they know, they tell us, and that's how it should be. Main stream, lame stream media that hypes the weather, well they can hype somebody else, not us.




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gina - 11/30/2019 at 08:45 PM

SAT. 11-30-19

https://twitter.com/nynjpaweather
Steve's breakdown of the storm for you.

Note: Piacere looks like all snow for you based on Henry's latest video, but there are still things that can happen with the secondary low that will develop off Atlantic City.





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Stephen - 12/1/2019 at 04:16 PM

6 degrees up my way in Vt this AM - even the hardiest local old timers have remarked about what a cold start to winter it is this year - a handful of ski areas are open - women’s WC racing going on this wknd at Killington - intermittent snow over next few days, significant accumulation predicted depending on where you are

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gina - 12/2/2019 at 03:50 AM

Storm update. There are two parts to the storm, today and tonight are part one.

Part two is tomorrow night. The night starts at 7 pm for metro NYC and Long Island.

Bernie did a recent video. Piacere, 3-6 tonite for you, then tomorrow night 4-8 more for you and Rhode Island. Boston gets blasted particularly tomorrow night.

Https://twitter.com/accurayno

and check back with our usual Mets previously mentioned.


gina - 12/2/2019 at 03:54 AM


Steve will be back at 4 AM tomorrow morning.

Https://twitter.com/nynjpaweather



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gina - 12/2/2019 at 04:01 AM

Henry did an update at 8 pm.

Https://twitter.com/weathermadness.com

Metro NY could be nothing or 6 inches.


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gina - 12/2/2019 at 12:41 PM

Snow starting sooner than they thought last night for metro NY. 1100 am to 12 pm. Now they say could be two to four inches, however there is a band could be more. Byron Miranda from Pix11 said storm can be 14 hours so snow amounts can be more. Lee Goldberg said "it's still halftime".

Https://pix11.com/weather

Https://twitter.com/leegoldbergabc7

Not good.





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gina - 12/3/2019 at 09:46 PM

First a BIG thank you to God, who spared my area. After I got home, I just could not even look out the window till the morning, it is too early in the season for this. Winter here is now February March for the storms. I hope everybody else did okay.

If it takes a couple of days to hear from people, they have a reason.

https://www.wunderground.com/article/safety/winter/news/2019-12-03-winter-s torm-leaves-tens-of-thousands-without-power-in-new-jersey-new?cm_ven=hp-slo t-2


From Henry
https://weathermadness.com/2019/12/03/coastal-storm-rages-across-new-englan d-pattern-changes-coming/




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gina - 12/8/2019 at 09:28 PM

SPACE STUFF

There is a pulse going to effect the earth on Dec. 10, another one on Dec. 16 and the last one Jan. 13. No one knows the impact of this, can cause magnetosphere disruptions. [clandestine reports]. There is something going on there is a signal from outside our galaxy that has been sending these pulses, resulting in a pushing up from Antarctica and a pushing down from the north. The pulses are the same so they are NOT a coincidence. They may be trying to stabilize the planet.

You know Northern California is getting hit with massive storms again, from the so called atmospheric river, and in Australia where it is summertime now, they have been having snow. There are atmospheric disruptions going on, kind aliens may be trying to help us avert a disaster as they did with Hurricane Sandy where THEY had it turn at a 90 degree angle and spare NYC and Long Island the WORST of the storm. One meteorologist reported on that, he said storms just cannot do this on their own. Their future depends on what happens NOW here, so they do have an interest.

Also a comet coming by.
https://www.space.com/interstellar-comet-borisov-perihelion-telescope-viewi ng.html

A prophecist (who is also a scientist) said MAY 12th things would change on this earth and much that is hidden now will be very apparent, with disruption to our government. So apparently the impeachment thing is not going away.






Stephen - 12/9/2019 at 03:50 AM

Fantastic space age weather psychedelia - love this stuff, reads like a Twilight Zone script

The greater force may indeed be turning its alien attention our way -
alienating? no -
the TZ episode To Serve Man comes to mind - maybe it’s aliens of that ilk
Sounds like all manner of sh!t will fly MAY 12 - thx for the heads up & way cool read


Stephen - 12/9/2019 at 05:17 PM

It’s Proved Out
The first seismic/cosmic disruption leading to tomorrow’s & next Monday’s predicted possible atmospheric phenomena, has occurred

A volcano erupted in New Zealand, spewing hot ash & killing 5 - “increased volcanic activity” had been detected there

Could the subterranean activity that caused this eruption, have a ripple effect elsewhere on the planet tomorrow & next Monday


gina - 12/10/2019 at 06:04 PM

Snow tomorrow - no problema for the greater metro NY area.

Steve has the scoop.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MBPmD7dSnw


Stephen - 12/17/2019 at 06:11 AM

When Ma Nature gets pissed, WOW, look out - horrendous storms/tornadoes in many deep-south areas - NWS person in Lake Charles, LA said one twister possibly had a 63 mile path & “that’s got to be pretty damn close” he said, to a record

The Johnny Downs Sports Complex, a staple focal point of Alexandria, LA that has 5 full sized soccer fields, more than 10 smaller ones, and 8 baseball diamonds, “may have suffered total damage”

Finally, Monday was the 19th anniversary of a southeast tornado outbreak in which a twister killed 11 people in Tuscaloosa, ALA

REMARKS: Horrific weather is as prevalent in those areas, as wildfires are in Calif - could it all be pointing toward some sort of meteorological cataclysm, leaving us in the abyss if not extinct hehe

It’s all in SPACE STUFF, the sci-fi post of the year, esp w/a new Star Wars out


gina - 1/15/2020 at 09:14 PM

Henry's got the info for the upcoming storm.


https://weathermadness.com/2020/01/15/snow-totals-for-each-city-and-regions -friday-into-sunday-storm/



gina - 1/24/2020 at 10:22 PM

https://www.msn.com/en-sg/news/other/just-as-australias-deadly-fires-begin- to-subside-its-being-hit-with-more-apocalyptic-weather-videos-show-enormous -dust-storms-and-golf-ball-sized-hail-battering-cars-and-buildings/ar-BBZ8U 1g

This is the future weather for the southern hemisphere due to global warming, this is per scientists.


gina - 1/26/2020 at 06:10 PM


https://finance.yahoo.com/news/davos-2020-imf0-kristalina-georgieva-larry-f ink-climate-115530685.html

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said she couldn’t sleep after reading a landmark report into climate change and its effects last year.

Kristalina Georgieva said during a session at Davos on Thursday: “The big eye opener was when last year I read IPCC report. I tell you, I could not sleep that night.”

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in 2018 published a landmark report warning that there are just 12 years left to limit planetary warming to 1.5 degrees this century.

The report, which took two years to compile, warned that warming above this threshold would severely increase the risk of droughts, floods, extreme heat, and poverty.

“All I could think of was my 8-year-old granddaughter,” Georgieva saiad. “What have we done? By the times she’s 20 there could be 100 million more poor people because of climate change. By the time she’s 40 there could be over 100 million climate refugees. If she lives to be 90 and the temperature is 3 to 4 degrees warmer, this planet will be barely liveable.”


gina - 1/27/2020 at 09:46 PM

Asteroid coming by tomorrow. NASA says no impact. 49 miles wide cruising by at 45,000 miles per hour.

Puerto Rico be on the lookout for increased earthquake activity. [That's from me].


gina - 3/28/2020 at 03:22 AM

There has been unusual weather lately. Last week hail in Dubai. Even hail in Mexico City. Locusts in East Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan destroying the crops. The say hurricane season will be busy but there is more.

4-29-20 There is a 144 foot wide asteroid coming by will miss the earth by 584,000 miles per NASA. But there is debris with it. Clusters of rocks. The rocks are metal, rock and ice. They cannot stop the debris, call them meteorites. If they breach the atmosphere they can set things on fire because they are coming at 40,000 miles per hour.

This is only the beginning of clusters of debris that will head towards earth. It will become commonplace, any time, anywhere. Eventually poisoning the waters and the atmosphere fulfilling biblical prophecy that the fish would die in the oceans etc. The fish will die because the meteorites/debris have arsenic in them. That debris will be coming from Jupiter.

NASA will not admit this, many probably do not even know. They told us Elenin did not cause earthquakes, but quakes kept happening when it came by so they shot it down.

We are in apocalyptic times. You cannot stop these things but you can best prepare yourselves for what lies ahead.




Stephen - 3/28/2020 at 10:21 AM

If there’s an asteroid/meteorite strike it’ll sure put coronavirus in its place
‘Six feet apart’ will become six feet under for a great many - unless it slammed the middle of the ocean off the continental shelf, in which case it could be absorbed & loss of life, minimized
Still keeping an eye on May 12 - thx for 4/29 heads up


Stephen - 3/28/2020 at 11:12 AM

In the beautiful weather we’re having, no one will EVER convince me that it’s better/healthier to stay indoors than to get out & celebrate spring - coronavirus or no
Cheerful best wishes


gina - 3/28/2020 at 08:50 PM

quote:
If there’s an asteroid/meteorite strike it’ll sure put coronavirus in its place
‘Six feet apart’ will become six feet under for a great many - unless it slammed the middle of the ocean off the continental shelf, in which case it could be absorbed & loss of life, minimized
Still keeping an eye on May 12 - thx for 4/29 heads up


The asteroid itself will NOT hit but some debris can. The debris may not hit 4-29-20 but by or on May 12 one source said there will be meteorites some will explode in the air as they come in before hitting things and over time the occurrences will become more frequent with a greater number of them coming. They cannot be stopped the first countries to experience problems from them will be China, Russia and India. Later everywhere else.


gina - 4/4/2020 at 01:44 AM

Accuweather reported on it. The hurricane forecast for the 2020 season is out. They predict 8 hurricanes with 4 yep four MAJOR hurricanes in the Atlantic Basin. Major hurricanes are Cat 3 or higher.

Not what anybody wants to hear but like my old boss from postal used to say "forewarned is forearmed". He'd warn us when the feds would be looking at our stats and production. I was on a special computer automation project.

NY could not bear a Cat.3 hurricane, no electric for 6 months or longer. We know the second wave of coronavirus comes in the fall before or during flu season.

We have a lot on our plates right now. This is a year to re-evaluate, re-prioritize, use your lockdown time to get yourself together so you are not bowled over by all that may come your way. Look at what do you need, how can you get that done, 'improvise, adapt and overcome' that's what people do in a war, and apparently war has come to our shores. Corona will take lives, then hurricanes? This is a year of changes for the US.

The Apocalyptic times have begun.


Stephen - 4/4/2020 at 02:15 AM

Yes in addition to the body, the virus has also wreaked havoc on the economy - recent radio report said unemployment would soon be at 10%, the worst since the Great Depression

If that devastating hurricane-season played out as predicted on top of all that, the affected areas would be in bad shape for years to come - just like NOLA post-Katrina


gina - 4/4/2020 at 04:23 AM

One of the intel people I follow said this year we will have to find a new way to communicate. I think the power grid may even go down. We could be plunged into the dark ages while the rest of the world is not. We would become a third world country, our money gets converted into something else. One psychic said he saw telepathically the new currency white Bill's with red on them and the number 100 being stored in a warehouse in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Our money would be worth 40 to 50 percent less than now.

One of my co workers who was on vacation in Miami came home went to the Doctor and now called us saying she tested positive for coronavirus. She wants to come back to work after Easter. I don't want to be exposed to that.

So much going on.

[Edited on 4/4/2020 by gina]


gina - 4/12/2020 at 03:25 PM

4-12-20

Heed the weather warnings for today and tonight. Tornadoes, high winds etc for the South all the way up to Richmond, Virginia. High winds as in 80 mph [which is Cat 1 hurricane strength].

Seriously stay home.


Jerry - 4/12/2020 at 07:59 PM

quote:
4-12-20

Heed the weather warnings for today and tonight. Tornadoes, high winds etc for the South all the way up to Richmond, Virginia. High winds as in 80 mph [which is Cat 1 hurricane strength].

Seriously stay home.


Already advising those in mobile homes to NOT Shelter in Place in their mobile homes tonight. Winds will be violent enough to blow them over. Told to find friends, family, or a hotel room to spend tonight.
Expect wind damage, heavy rain, and slight possibility of hail and tornadoes.
I've got my weather alert radio (the alarm sound will really, really, really wake you up) next to the bed, phones charged, laptops charged, gas cans filled up, cash on hand, and chainsaws gassed up.


Jerry - 4/13/2020 at 03:50 AM

So far tonight three tornadoes in the north west corner of Ga. Atlanta should get hit in about 90 minutes.
Macon and Byron in about 2-3 hours.
Already got one weather alert on the radio.


Stephen - 4/13/2020 at 01:12 PM

Powerful system leaving 18 dead in 4 states - best wishes


gina - 4/13/2020 at 05:09 PM

The remnants of the storm heading up I-95 today. Wind and rain. Winds can gust to 65 or 70 over parts of Long Island in the afternoon. But this is not all. You really cannot bear what will come this year. We will have meteor showers some next week actually4/21 and 4/22.

As time goes on in the summer people will realize something is wrong. Some of the meteors will just explode in the air, yellow orange flashes of light. Others will come in and hit things on the ground anytime, anywhere. At 40,000 miles per hour they will do damage. There are videos of one that hit Nigeria left a huge crater, the meteorite was the size of your hand. Don't collect them. They have arsenic in between the ice and the rock.

More later.


StratDal - 4/13/2020 at 05:27 PM

Tired of the rainy weather. Fortunately, the sun's broken through. Supposed to be upper 70s by the middle of the week.

Hope everyone that was in harm's way yesterday from the tornadoes is okay.


Stephen - 4/19/2020 at 11:25 PM

Decimated by tornadoes a week ago, Monroe, La is bracing for more severe weather under another tornado watch
Widespread flooding after godawful weather walloped Alabama w/2-7 inches of rain
Mother Nature deals a powerful hand, especially in that region - can’t imagine what those people are going thru


[Edited on 4/20/2020 by Stephen]


Stephen - 4/24/2020 at 12:01 AM

Got a ton of admiration & respect for the resilience of people who withstand the incredible weather in the southeast - 3rd massive deadly storm there in the last two weeks today - all the way from Texas to GA

Incredible reports from Madill, Okla - a motorist got caught in a twister; his body was found in the median, his car in a nearby field
also, the body of a workplace employee where work was just letting out when the storms hit, was found a quarter of a mile away, article said - miraculously they are two of just seven known fatalities so far
There’s video up - hopefully weather will never get too much worse than that

[Edited on 4/24/2020 by Stephen]


piacere - 4/30/2020 at 12:09 AM

Beautiful here in little rhody today. Sunny 60.

Rain on my bday this Friday. Bummer.

Some real nice weather coming after that.

Finally.


gina - 5/4/2020 at 07:32 PM

God is cleaning your car for you on your birthday, and watering the plants and flowers and making crops grow. Be thankful.

Violent weather coming in the late summer and fall. Wind and storms.

[Edited on 5/4/2020 by gina]


Stephen - 5/4/2020 at 10:27 PM

quote:
SPACE STUFF

comet coming by.
https://www.space.com/interstellar-comet-borisov-perihelion-telescope-viewi ng.html

A prophecist (who is also a scientist) said MAY 12th things would change on this earth and much that is hidden now will be very apparent, with disruption to our government. So apparently the impeachment thing is not going away.




Halley’s Comet will be visible in the night sky this week
Yep the impeachment thing did not go away, it left us standing at the crossroads between Covid 19 doom & economic doom
May 12 could indeed tell a lot - are we approaching the end of times etc

Blizzards, tornadoes, hail, damaging wind - several states in the path of severe weather overnight & Tuesday - it flattened parts of Kansas & Missouri today - 11 inches of snow in the Hawkeye State, Iowa - elsewhere too - bad

[Edited on 5/4/2020 by Stephen]


gina - 5/8/2020 at 11:13 PM

No snow for Little Rhody. Parts North and west, yep snow in May. Henry says this should be it for the northeast.

The summer is supposed to bring straight line winds [that 60, 70 mph plus stuff] with rain and be hot. Four Atlantic Basin major hurricanes. We have two seasons, winter and other which is everything else.

There are 72 haarp stations all over the world. Weather manipulation and climate crisis, not global warming anymore, it is now climate crisis. CERN has one month, then it's doom-nation. Serious stuff going on.

Did you know there is water beneath the ocean floor? Fresh water. The cosmic-rays [radiation] coming in is heating the core of the planet, that heats the fresh water and the pressure created causes vents to open in the oceans, that's why dead fish are coming up. They are being boiled alive. The fresh water comes up as steam goes in the atmosphere changes weather patterns, decreases salinity in the oceans. Storms are more severe, jet stream is effected etc.

The great minds are working on all of it but I don't think there's an Einstein or a Tesla in the groups anymore so we'll have to wait and see what happens. They come up with things like cow farts cause global warming. Maybe they should stop feeding cows GMO [genetically modified corn] even they can't stomach it.


piacere - 5/9/2020 at 12:52 PM

"There is water beneath the ocean floor".

...and back in the early '80's David Byrne wrote and sang; " remove the water from the bottom of the ocean!"

Of course, his implication was that some things are nonsense or futile but...maybe he was on to something. He was at the time, way ahead of the curve.


Stephen - 5/9/2020 at 01:22 PM

The ocean is a desert with its life underground and a perfect disguise above
Spring is beautifully disguised as winter right now
Just a cryin shame some six weeks of what would’ve been Monster spring skiing went away

[Edited on 5/9/2020 by Stephen]


gina - 5/15/2020 at 11:48 PM

The storm in the ocean will not hit Florida. It will either go out to sea or head north. There is another storm and a front heading from the west. If the storm from the west merged with this other storm could be like a hurricane early next week. Lots of variables. There are gale force winds in the storm from the west and heavy rain.

5-21-20. Space debris could enter atmosphere and come in hitting somewhere or it might not.

6-5-20 at 5:45 pm eastern time 2 blobs of debris do come in passing thru our satellite belt. Where the hit on earth nobody knows but they are coming.

There was a fleet of UFO'S observed by the International Space Station on April 3rd heading towards earth. They were NOT warmongers, I think they were the benevolent ones coming to see what happened. Remember we were under nationwide quarantine, cities empty, no traffic. I think they were worried about us and came en masse to help out. They did not invade nor hurt anyone. So do not be afraid of all UFO'S or extra terrestrials. Some are evil some are NOT. Do not rush to panic or believe propaganda. I know they saved NY from Hurricane Sandy they moved the storm at a 90 degree angle so it hit hardest in the beaches in Jersey rather than here. I have seen some in the skies. I did not feel afraid. I would probably try to talk to them if I saw some of the terrestrials.






piacere - 5/16/2020 at 01:41 PM

You go girl.

Gorgeous here in little rhody today. After work, gone fishin'.


gina - 5/16/2020 at 08:44 PM

That storm that did not go into Florida is heading north towards the Delmarva. The other storm from the west may hook up with it. Heavy rain and winds coming.

Asteroid coming by 5-21-20 let's hope it goes by as expected and does not hit us.


Stephen - 5/20/2020 at 08:55 AM

quote:


Asteroid coming by 5-21-20 let's hope it goes by as expected and does not hit us.




Latest Data from NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies:
It’s expected to approach earth’s orbit at 9:45 pm tmrw, May 21, coming within 93 million miles between earth and the sun
Scientists/astrologists have been observing it since Jan 16, 1997 - they say it measures 2,198 feet by almost a mile wide (4,921 feet) & is traveling at 26,127 miles per hour

Remarks - been nice knowin ya folks ( hehe)
others (w/The End playing in background
There are some smart people in this world
Unsure if visible, like a meteor shower or shooting star
Are we on the brink of extinc.......
mid sentence, Ka-BOOM..... -
w/fast-moving tsunami waves 100s upon 100s feet high paving the way for a new breed/the next species etc
Probability of a strike to earth or sun remote, also unknown


gina - 6/4/2020 at 09:24 PM

An asteroid the size of the empire state building comes by today. Effects the weather. Look for stronger earthquakes and. We've also had five comets up there at the same time. Those cause quakes.

[Edited on 6/4/2020 by gina]


piacere - 6/27/2020 at 09:22 AM

gina, you haven't posted here in three weeks.

Slacker.

Been nice here in RI lately but kinda humid. I overwatered my marigolds, getting brown tips, but everything else doing great ( petunias, geraniums, herbs are smokin')

Can't believe it's almost July, summer flies by, winter lasts forever. Might have to make a move to FLA real soon.

Stay cool. And safe.


gina - 6/28/2020 at 08:28 PM

There is information on weather that will be coming and worse. Some of it overwhelming which is why I have been thinking about how when to share.

First the sub Saharan dust layer is strong this year. That limits hurricane formation potential. That's a great thing. However, the dust layer compresses the atmosphere pushing it down keeping stalled fronts locked in place. The rainy weather in the south will continue. The land can only absorb so much, then the mountains start to move from the overly wet dirt. Some areas will become inundated.

There will be tropical storm force winds that occur due to atmospheric compression. It is climate chaos and what is to come will be terrifying.

I redacted some other things that you will not be ready to deal with. They are not imminent in the next few months so I will hold that back for now.





[Edited on 6/28/2020 by gina]


gina - 7/8/2020 at 08:34 PM

North Carolina to get slammed with 6 inches of rain and winds up 39 mph.

Then it heads north, Long Island and metro NY can see 2 to 4 inches of rain Friday and

Piacere in Little Rhody 4 inches heading your way as it heads up to Portland Maine. It is over Portland Saturday night.

It should not become a Tropical Storm [winds 39 to 72] or worse so just deal with it for one day. If it reaches Tropical Depression strength it will be called Fay.




gina - 7/10/2020 at 01:12 AM

It BECAME a tropical storm. Got some scary weather warnings, they err on the side of caution and safety. When I read "emergency plans should include the potential for a few tornadoes", well that got my attention.

The winds can be all over the place 39 to 73. [74 is cat. 1 hurricane wind], then I read sustained 53 gusts to 67. The storm is 1005 mb. The QPF is 4 inches rain. The problem occurs at night [Fri. Here], the winds now are on the east side of the storm but tomorrow night, it transitions into a"barocyclinic storm" with the rain wrapping around the northwest side, more typical of winter storms.

Fortunately it seems to be a quick mover. So as the terror passes over us and heads to Piacere's home at least he can know by Saturday night it should be heading if not over Portland, Maine.

I know I am not ready for hurricane season.

UPDATE Fri.

Worst times for Long Island 5 pm and shortly after that and then 9 pm another swath of fury. This storm is big and will cover the entire state of New Jersey.

Also the 90's heat comes next week.

[Edited on 7/10/2020 by gina]


piacere - 7/10/2020 at 12:09 PM

I'm a bit more concerned about Covid19 than I am about rain, though we're doing pretty good here. I can't understand at all why Texas, FLA., AZ, Ca., can't get their collective sh!t together, like distancing and wearing a mask is so difficult.

But yeah, my lawn won't mind a good soaking.


gina - 7/10/2020 at 03:25 PM

Probably difficult because they have an abundance of great looking women in those states. The Beach Boys wrote 'wish they all could be California girls', Florida has beachfuls of pretty women, and so does Texas, a lot more than the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders who are world renowned for their beauty. To expect men to social distance 6 feet away from pretty women? That's kind of tough. Especially young guys. It's also the culture in these places, very open, everybody is friendly.

If you had the Florida beaches and were told to stay home, quarantine people would tell you we have the ocean breezes to blow the virus away and the daily mini rain to wash any remain virus away. It's hard.

I could not believe what we have been thru and still go thru. If our pandemic started at the end of May we may not have been as successful as we have. Still it is an effort. You to have to mask everytime you are at a place, even the drive thru of a fast food restaurant, put that mask on. Going to the gas station, put that mask on. At work, wear a mask all day every day. In a store, we have little feet appliques on the floor to show you what 6 feet apart means, in dollar stores maybe it is just tape strip markings on the floor but you got to do this. We have had 3 months of practice so it is easier now, but still a hard transition for any people.

The rest of this country needs to realize it is a serious problem. They have not realized it yet.






[Edited on 7/10/2020 by gina]


gina - 7/10/2020 at 04:27 PM

65 mph winds now with Fay. Water spouts and tornadoes possible here on Long Island. It was over Asbury Park heading north. Latest thinking is it may go over NYC and more north than heading towards Rhode Island. It is big and has well defined banding. Vermont, New Hampshire even Canada will be effected.


gina - 7/22/2020 at 01:10 AM

While much of the country bakes in a heatwave, the plains subjected to 74 plus mph winds, hail, the south will get excessive rain that the ground cannot absorb. Also that tropical mass in the Gulf.

It's not even dog days yet. Dog days are in August.


gina - 7/22/2020 at 01:10 AM

While much of the country bakes in a heatwave, the plains subjected to 74 plus mph winds, hail, the south will get excessive rain that the ground cannot absorb. Also that tropical mass in the Gulf.

It's not even dog days yet. Dog days are in August.


gina - 7/22/2020 at 01:10 AM

While much of the country bakes in a heatwave, the plains subjected to 74 plus mph winds, hail, the south will get excessive rain that the ground cannot absorb. Also that tropical mass in the Gulf.

It's not even dog days yet. Dog days are in August.


gina - 7/23/2020 at 02:15 AM

I'm 2 storms ahead but east coast needs to watch Aug 1 to Aug 6th. I got a tip there may be a hurricane heading northbound.

Storm #1 Hannah goes towards Houston.

Storm #2 The one that becomes a hurricane tomorrow, Gonzalez will head into the Gulf, may turn into New Orleans area and Florida Panhandle.

It's going to be a long season.


gina - 7/23/2020 at 02:15 AM

I'm 2 storms ahead but east coast needs to watch Aug 1 to Aug 6th. I got a tip there may be a hurricane heading northbound.

Storm #1 Hannah goes towards Houston.

Storm #2 The one that becomes a hurricane tomorrow, Gonzalez will head into the Gulf, may turn into New Orleans area and Florida Panhandle.

It's going to be a long season.


gina - 7/23/2020 at 02:15 AM

I'm 2 storms ahead but east coast needs to watch Aug 1 to Aug 6th. I got a tip there may be a hurricane heading northbound.

Storm #1 Hannah goes towards Houston.

Storm #2 The one that becomes a hurricane tomorrow, Gonzalez will head into the Gulf, may turn into New Orleans area and Florida Panhandle.

It's going to be a long season.


gina - 7/28/2020 at 01:28 AM

Not to belittle what Texas has gone thru with a 5 foot storm surge, but we got east coast troubles coming. It has a big probability of becoming a hurricane, would be named Isaias, brush or hit North Carolina 8-3-20. Then? Terror time for those north of there like me. Does it go out or come up and beat us up?

The e.t 's sent Sandy to New Jersey there were sightings before and the night of Sandy. Across from where I was, the next day a yard had all the grass in the front burnt yellow in a disc shape and the people who had lived there were just gone and never seen again. Damage all around me but I was protected.

If you want a preview of the storm try https://www.myfoxhurricane.com

A lot of the others will catch up with it later.



[Edited on 7/28/2020 by gina]


gina - 7/31/2020 at 01:57 AM

Isaias the storm is 794 miles wide with a 415 mile wind-field, the winds come out from the storm that much. It will be 75 mph when it nears North Carolina.

I hope it does not hit Long Island. The steering variables are the trough [troff] coming from the west and wind shear in the south.

Watch Henry's videos at https://www.weathermadness.com

He knows. I have also seen some impressive weathermen from Florida news. One of my seriously smart weather meteorologists says if we are not professionals who know how to use the spaghetti models please don't forecast with them. So I will stop that. They change and we cannot just look at one or more and know for sure.

He does videos and I respect his knowledge.

Jeff Masters left Wunderground and is with a Yale blog but part time.
Wunderground is still a good source.

Https://www.wunderground.com

Be aware, prepare.


piacere - 8/1/2020 at 11:10 AM

I say bring it on. We could use the rain.


Stephen - 8/2/2020 at 12:02 AM

quote:
The summer is supposed to bring straight line winds [that 60, 70 mph plus stuff] with rain and be hot. Four Atlantic Basin major hurricanes.
quote:


Fortunately the current hurricane in Fla will have weakened by the time it reaches LI/RI/NE coast next week

quote:
Did you know there is water beneath the ocean floor? Fresh water. The cosmic-rays [radiation] coming in is heating the core of the planet, that heats the fresh water and the pressure created causes vents to open in the oceans, that's why dead fish are coming up. They are being boiled alive. The fresh water comes up as steam goes in the atmosphere changes weather patterns, decreases salinity in the oceans.
quote:


Yes, evidenced by the great increase in seals & sharks along the cold water of the Maine coast, where there was a very rare shark attack & fatality recently - they’re being driven north, giving credence to theories previously advanced by (& snickered at by some) studies like An Incovenient Truth - as you said it could all contribute yet to a rogue/fluke/fast-moving hurricane in the Atlantic Basin

quote:
The great minds are working on all of it but I don't think there's an Einstein or a Tesla in the groups anymore so we'll have to wait and see what happens.


Re the Maine coast, Yankee Magazine in 2018 published a study done by UMaine on rising sea waters, saying the many low lying islands & bird sanctuaries there were in big jeopardy - & they are - there was an aerial photo of the withered coast of Great Duck Island that spoke volumes

Would all this have happened anyway, regardless of global warming/depletion of ozone layer etc? Ay, some say yay, others nay


[Edited on 8/2/2020 by Stephen]


gina - 8/2/2020 at 02:33 AM

quote:
I say bring it on. We could use the rain.


Some places could get 6 inches up here, rain wise that is too much.
Long Island may be looking at 4 or 5. We're getting slammed and so are you with wind and rain.

Nobody has been pronouncing the storm's name correctly. It is Isa- pronounced Eesa, esee-ahs.

Isa in Arabic means Jesus. I think this storm is a warning.



gina - 8/2/2020 at 02:46 AM

quote:
quote:
The summer is supposed to bring straight line winds [that 60, 70 mph plus stuff] with rain and be hot. Four Atlantic Basin major hurricanes.
quote:


Fortunately the current hurricane in Fla will have weakened by the time it reaches LI/RI/NE coast next week

quote:
Did you know there is water beneath the ocean floor? Fresh water. The cosmic-rays [radiation] coming in is heating the core of the planet, that heats the fresh water and the pressure created causes vents to open in the oceans, that's why dead fish are coming up. They are being boiled alive. The fresh water comes up as steam goes in the atmosphere changes weather patterns, decreases salinity in the oceans.
quote:


Yes, evidenced by the great increase in seals & sharks along the cold water of the Maine coast, where there was a very rare shark attack & fatality recently - they’re being driven north, giving credence to theories previously advanced by (& snickered at by some) studies like An Incovenient Truth - as you said it could all contribute yet to a rogue/fluke/fast-moving hurricane in the Atlantic Basin

quote:
The great minds are working on all of it but I don't think there's an Einstein or a Tesla in the groups anymore so we'll have to wait and see what happens.


Re the Maine coast, Yankee Magazine in 2018 published a study done by UMaine on rising sea waters, saying the many low lying islands & bird sanctuaries there were in big jeopardy - & they are - there was an aerial photo of the withered coast of Great Duck Island that spoke volumes

Would all this have happened anyway, regardless of global warming/depletion of ozone layer etc? Ay, some say yay, others nay


[Edited on 8/2/2020 by Stephen]


God said men would faint from the roaring of the waves so I think things would have happened. Mankind's unkind treatment of the oceans, drilling and sucking the oil out of the oceans is wrong. The oil is a stabilizer. Last January there is a buoy off Florida and Cuba that activated showing a 100 foot drop in the ocean water level. Some buildings in Miami were swaying. The ocean floor is experiencing things. If you watch the earthquake maps you see quakes along the tectonic plates down there along the Puerto Rican trench. The atlantic ridge, southern, mid, central and northern is cracking apart. Eventually it's quake and tsunami for the east coast, but something else is happening too off Iceland and Greenland, the plate up there is also cracking and when it totally goes. Those two islands will be ripped apart with quakes and will be no more triggering a massive tsunami for Europe Portugal, Italy, Wii be hit and other areas too like France and the UK. Some estimate this may occur with a year.

It cannot be stopped. There are other big things coming for the west coast also. But for now let's just get thru this week coming up.


gina - 8/2/2020 at 02:46 AM

quote:
quote:
The summer is supposed to bring straight line winds [that 60, 70 mph plus stuff] with rain and be hot. Four Atlantic Basin major hurricanes.
quote:


Fortunately the current hurricane in Fla will have weakened by the time it reaches LI/RI/NE coast next week

quote:
Did you know there is water beneath the ocean floor? Fresh water. The cosmic-rays [radiation] coming in is heating the core of the planet, that heats the fresh water and the pressure created causes vents to open in the oceans, that's why dead fish are coming up. They are being boiled alive. The fresh water comes up as steam goes in the atmosphere changes weather patterns, decreases salinity in the oceans.
quote:


Yes, evidenced by the great increase in seals & sharks along the cold water of the Maine coast, where there was a very rare shark attack & fatality recently - they’re being driven north, giving credence to theories previously advanced by (& snickered at by some) studies like An Incovenient Truth - as you said it could all contribute yet to a rogue/fluke/fast-moving hurricane in the Atlantic Basin

quote:
The great minds are working on all of it but I don't think there's an Einstein or a Tesla in the groups anymore so we'll have to wait and see what happens.


Re the Maine coast, Yankee Magazine in 2018 published a study done by UMaine on rising sea waters, saying the many low lying islands & bird sanctuaries there were in big jeopardy - & they are - there was an aerial photo of the withered coast of Great Duck Island that spoke volumes

Would all this have happened anyway, regardless of global warming/depletion of ozone layer etc? Ay, some say yay, others nay


[Edited on 8/2/2020 by Stephen]


God said men would faint from the roaring of the waves so I think things would have happened. Mankind's unkind treatment of the oceans, drilling and sucking the oil out of the oceans is wrong. The oil is a stabilizer. Last January there is a buoy off Florida and Cuba that activated showing a 100 foot drop in the ocean water level. Some buildings in Miami were swaying. The ocean floor is experiencing things. If you watch the earthquake maps you see quakes along the tectonic plates down there along the Puerto Rican trench. The atlantic ridge, southern, mid, central and northern is cracking apart. Eventually it's quake and tsunami for the east coast, but something else is happening too off Iceland and Greenland, the plate up there is also cracking and when it totally goes. Those two islands will be ripped apart with quakes and will be no more triggering a massive tsunami for Europe Portugal, Italy, Wii be hit and other areas too like France and the UK. Some estimate this may occur with a year.

It cannot be stopped. There are other big things coming for the west coast also. But for now let's just get thru this week coming up.


gina - 8/2/2020 at 02:46 AM

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The summer is supposed to bring straight line winds [that 60, 70 mph plus stuff] with rain and be hot. Four Atlantic Basin major hurricanes.
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Fortunately the current hurricane in Fla will have weakened by the time it reaches LI/RI/NE coast next week

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Did you know there is water beneath the ocean floor? Fresh water. The cosmic-rays [radiation] coming in is heating the core of the planet, that heats the fresh water and the pressure created causes vents to open in the oceans, that's why dead fish are coming up. They are being boiled alive. The fresh water comes up as steam goes in the atmosphere changes weather patterns, decreases salinity in the oceans.
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Yes, evidenced by the great increase in seals & sharks along the cold water of the Maine coast, where there was a very rare shark attack & fatality recently - they’re being driven north, giving credence to theories previously advanced by (& snickered at by some) studies like An Incovenient Truth - as you said it could all contribute yet to a rogue/fluke/fast-moving hurricane in the Atlantic Basin

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The great minds are working on all of it but I don't think there's an Einstein or a Tesla in the groups anymore so we'll have to wait and see what happens.


Re the Maine coast, Yankee Magazine in 2018 published a study done by UMaine on rising sea waters, saying the many low lying islands & bird sanctuaries there were in big jeopardy - & they are - there was an aerial photo of the withered coast of Great Duck Island that spoke volumes

Would all this have happened anyway, regardless of global warming/depletion of ozone layer etc? Ay, some say yay, others nay


[Edited on 8/2/2020 by Stephen]


God said men would faint from the roaring of the waves so I think things would have happened. Mankind's unkind treatment of the oceans, drilling and sucking the oil out of the oceans is wrong. The oil is a stabilizer. Last January there is a buoy off Florida and Cuba that activated showing a 100 foot drop in the ocean water level. Some buildings in Miami were swaying. The ocean floor is experiencing things. If you watch the earthquake maps you see quakes along the tectonic plates down there along the Puerto Rican trench. The atlantic ridge, southern, mid, central and northern is cracking apart. Eventually it's quake and tsunami for the east coast, but something else is happening too off Iceland and Greenland, the plate up there is also cracking and when it totally goes. Those two islands will be ripped apart with quakes and will be no more triggering a massive tsunami for Europe Portugal, Italy, Wii be hit and other areas too like France and the UK. Some estimate this may occur with a year.

It cannot be stopped. There are other big things coming for the west coast also. But for now let's just get thru this week coming up.


gina - 8/2/2020 at 02:50 AM

quote:
quote:
quote:
The summer is supposed to bring straight line winds [that 60, 70 mph plus stuff] with rain and be hot. Four Atlantic Basin major hurricanes.
quote:


Fortunately the current hurricane in Fla will have weakened by the time it reaches LI/RI/NE coast next week

quote:
Did you know there is water beneath the ocean floor? Fresh water. The cosmic-rays [radiation] coming in is heating the core of the planet, that heats the fresh water and the pressure created causes vents to open in the oceans, that's why dead fish are coming up. They are being boiled alive. The fresh water comes up as steam goes in the atmosphere changes weather patterns, decreases salinity in the oceans.
quote:


Yes, evidenced by the great increase in seals & sharks along the cold water of the Maine coast, where there was a very rare shark attack & fatality recently - they’re being driven north, giving credence to theories previously advanced by (& snickered at by some) studies like An Incovenient Truth - as you said it could all contribute yet to a rogue/fluke/fast-moving hurricane in the Atlantic Basin

quote:
The great minds are working on all of it but I don't think there's an Einstein or a Tesla in the groups anymore so we'll have to wait and see what happens.


Re the Maine coast, Yankee Magazine in 2018 published a study done by UMaine on rising sea waters, saying the many low lying islands & bird sanctuaries there were in big jeopardy - & they are - there was an aerial photo of the withered coast of Great Duck Island that spoke volumes

Would all this have happened anyway, regardless of global warming/depletion of ozone layer etc? Ay, some say yay, others nay


[Edited on 8/2/2020 by Stephen]


God said men would faint from the roaring of the waves so I think things would have happened. Mankind's unkind treatment of the oceans, drilling and sucking the oil out of the oceans is wrong. The oil is a stabilizer. Last January there is a buoy off Florida and Cuba that activated showing a 100 foot drop in the ocean water level. Some buildings in Miami were swaying. The ocean floor is experiencing things. If you watch the earthquake maps you see quakes along the tectonic plates down there along the Puerto Rican trench. The atlantic ridge, southern, mid, central and northern is cracking apart. Eventually it's quake and tsunami for the east coast, but something else is happening too off Iceland and Greenland, the plate up there is also cracking and when it totally goes. Those two islands will be ripped apart with quakes and will be no longer be islands or countries. They will be gone. The mega quake will trigger a massive tsunami for Europe Portugal, Italy, will be hit and other areas too like France and the UK. Some estimate this may occur with a year.

It cannot be stopped. There are other big things coming for the west coast also. But for now let's just get thru this week coming up.

That is all we can do for now.


gina - 8/2/2020 at 02:58 AM

Also throw up some prayers for everyone in Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas. South Carolina going to take a hit from this storm.

Points north, yep doesn't look it we will be singing Blue Sky. More like a hoochie coochie hurricane, got a poor storm comin' mama it'll be a bad one, but it ain't here yet. Maybe things will change.

I saw one report saying Raleigh NC could get a lot of rain also. [8 to 12 inches possible].

Update Sunday morning

The storm is shifting west. Could be landfall for Jacksonville but not a full on hit. Models and consensus at this time is Myrtle Beach/Charleston, Wilmington, Va Beach, NYC. It does not just go in, it smacks and keeps heading north. Henry thinks it will be an I-95 corridor path but we will see. He did a video this morning, will do another one later today. Levi has also been doing videos you should check out, but Henry is one of our good standard mainstays around here.


Https://www.weathermadness.com

Https://www.tropicaltidbits.com










[Edited on 8/2/2020 by gina]


gina - 8/3/2020 at 11:30 AM

Heads up Carolina

Https://www.twitter.com/ncwx

Tyler Sebree @TylerWSFA12

Reports in Isaias will become a Cat 1 tonight before hitting Myrtle Beach and Wilmington NC.

Also saw predictions for Wakefield, Virginia 3 to 6 inches rain and gusts 50 to 60 mph as the storm goes there along and east of I-95.

There is something else. One of my usual weather folks noticed that when the storm was over the same island in the Bahamas as Hurricane Dorian was remember that storm when it sat there for two days with 180 mph winds and rain? Well, this current storm "exploded" and swelled in size just as Dorian did at that same location. It's visible on the satellite images. Now either there is some anamoly, coincidence in that area in the Bahamas or somebody's been manipulating the storms. It is one thing to steer them away from land, but why make it bigger?

Update

DC will get six inches of rain before the impact from Isaias from rain coming in prior to the storm. The storm itself has winter nor'Easter characteristics. It will go through Richmond and be in Philly PA by noon tomorrow [Tues]. Atlantic City and thereabouts 40 to 60 mph winds and heavy rain. Delaware Bay 65 to 70 mph winds for a couple of hours. Long Island 60 plus.

Do not be misled when they downgrade it from a hurricane to a Tropical Storm. It is bad. It should be fast moving but also be aware Carolinas when your high tides are, that plus the storm surge 4 to 5 feet can flood some people out.

Here's your sea surface temps which shows why the entire coastline has a problem with hurricane and storm threats now and in the future.

Https://www.ssec.wisc.edu/data/sst/

The oceans are more than able to sustain these storms.










[Edited on 8/3/2020 by gina]


gina - 8/4/2020 at 01:21 AM

9:10 pm Monday

Verified winds of 85 mph gusts to 125 heading to Wilmington. This is in the storm.

There are winds 10,000 feet up at 135 mph 60 miles out from.

I am watching a new person livestreaming till 11:30 pm eastern time. David Schlotthauer. I enjoy watching new folks.

Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiWLKX8qbLs

I think people are going to be surprised with this storm. For my area they say 3 hours of sustained winds and 8 hours of heavy rain. The winds all over the place in their estimates. This increase near Wilmington is not a good sign.


gina - 8/4/2020 at 01:21 PM

The stuff I saw last night was a wake up call. There were 135 mph winds 10,000 feet up in the atmosphere. At 9:04 pm sixty miles out 88 mph surface winds gusting to 125. At the 700 mb level in the atmosphere 117 knots. NWS said "there's an unusually strong jet stream 100 to 120 knots. Between the trough, the jet and the storm nobody can be sure what they will get. They had tornadoes last night, three this morning. For NY metro 60 to 80 mph winds possible can have gusts to 95. 19 to 20 foot waves, 38 feet also possible.

David Schlotthauer will be live streaming into for us this afternoon I think 2 or 2:30 on his you tube channel.

He revealed something last night at the end of his stream. Between 8-3 and 8-17 the MJO [Madden Julian Oscillation] will be racing back towards Africa. 8-17 to 8-19 there is significant rising motion of thunderstorms all over the US and air pressure below average 920 mb. We can have 3 to 6 named storms in the second half of August including a big Gulf of Mexico storm, but it does not end in August. The whole season will be very active. More videos later on that not today.




gina - 8/4/2020 at 07:52 PM

Horrible in metro NY. 78 mph winds hit wall street. Tornado was on the ground in Southampton between 2 and 230 pm. A building just fell down in Brooklyn, Bedford St. And North 6th. The rain started near noon, the winds soon after. The winds are bad. They will not lessen till 5 pm but even then still gusts to 50 mph till 8 pm.

1,374,000 no power in New Jersey.

80,000 in Connecticut.

I don't know how many here.

A tornado was in Fairfield, Connecticut and another one in Jacksonville Vermont the storm had not even gotten there yet.

Bad, bad, bad up here.

I heard NC has devastation.

Pray and stay safe.


gina - 8/5/2020 at 12:34 PM

Http://www.news.yahoo.com/more-300k-without-power-long-220347253.html

I have no.power, a tree took down a power line across the street, two houses down a tree was snapped and is on somebody's house [straight line wind damage or could have been a tornado the way it was split at the base but the base is still in the ground. ]

A store near my job put a notice up online they will be closed till 8-11-20..

Guess I'll be using my hurricane stash, cold ravioli, tuna with no mayo, I have some canned potatoesI think they are pre-cooked, canned beans and carrots, protein bars and powder, pineapple, once I go thru the fresh fruit, cheese and chicken cutlets from the fridge and cold cuts currently under ice.

I don't think my cell phone charger works with this phone. That's an issue.

I'll be okay, failure not an option.

Stay safe and resolute all.



[Edited on 8/5/2020 by gina]


piacere - 8/5/2020 at 06:21 PM

I lost electricity too. Just went back on an hour ago.
Wasn't that big of a deal, I thought, but still took down quite a few big trees around RI. Not much rain, some, but no flooding that I'm aware of.
All told, pretty minor.


gina - 8/6/2020 at 11:00 PM

We have a ten day respite then well we need to watch could be something in the Atlantic. Though there could also be big trouble for the Gulf of Mexico. [Big trouble means cat 5 like].

Still 230,000 here with no power, on an island twenty miles wide. Ferocious winds for more than 5 hours.





[Edited on 8/6/2020 by gina]


Stephen - 8/11/2020 at 01:56 PM

Not an expert, so never heard of earthquake swarms b4 - saw the term in article about subterranean activity along the San Andreas fault - beneath the Salton Sea, at the southern tip of the fault - earthquake swarms

There It Is - the Milne Ice Shelf, located off Ellesmere Island in Canada - satellite photo showed a fracture splitting it in two July 30-31 - amazing photo - the 2 pieces drifted out into the Arctic Ocean article said

Hurricane & wildfire season bearing down on us as we take our daily virus beating


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