Hurricane Thread 2022 Season - Atlantic Tropical Waves
#21
The coming weekend is not looking good for Florida


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Here we are it's officially hurricane season.

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#23
Massive flooding in FL for sure.  It all depends on how far north this goes.
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Invest 91-L (formerly know as Agatha)

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(06-01-2022, 02:13 PM)SlowLoris Wrote: Here we are it's officially hurricane season.

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Getcher' drainage ditches dug early.  Hugs
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#26
Invest 91-L is now Tropical Disturbance #1 soon to be upgraded to Tropical Depression tonight or early tomorrow.

Satellite images indicate that the system
is gradually becoming better defined, and it is expected to become
a tropical depression later tonight or on Friday.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...high...90 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...high...90 percent.



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Tropical Cyclone #1

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(06-01-2022, 02:13 PM)SlowLoris Wrote: Here we are it's officially hurricane season.

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There are two opposing meteorological aspects that jump out. First NOAA reports that there is a great deal of wind shear, which of course disorganizes and weakens these storms.

But on the other hand - and it's a massively large hand - the water moving into the Gulf is extremely warm, especially this early into the season. Modulating the water temperature would be a daunting task due to the huge quantity of it.

An example of the difference in power when comparing air to water comes to us by observing turning water into ice cubes. It takes a long time and a massive amount of cold air in the freezer to turn the liquid into ice. Likewise it would take a long time for any wind shear to cool off hundreds of thousands of cubic miles of warm water in the Gulf. By the time it happened, the storm would have come and gone. Even full blown hurricanes might cool the surface water a mere couple of degrees or so.

So on the plus side, introducing more wind shear can help prevent the surface tension of the storm, thereby greatly reducing "positive lightning" and tornadoes, and in the process slow down the rotational speed. I'm not sure how much it impacts flooding. No doubt there is some reduction and any decrease is a blessing. But as we have seen before, flooding is still a real threat.

The question arises, as to what man made input is causing such warm water? The EMFs from cell towers and cell masts do get absorbed by the oceans promoting an increase in the surface tension of the water. That surface tension increases the spinning of the water molecules which in turn heats the water beyond what would be normal from the sun. This occurs 365 days a year. Thus the solution would be to neutralize those EMFs all year long. So far, about 100 of us are doing battle with over a million 4G and 5G sources of those repeating EMFs. There are lots of indications it's having positive effects even though we appear to be out numbered.

We are like the 300 Spartans holding back 20,000 invaders. In that famous battle, the 20,000 gave up their ultimate goal even though they broke through the line. The Davos crowd hasn't surrendered yet, but your efforts could be what's needed to transform their thoughts.
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#29
Tropical Storm #1 just passing through

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Radar as of 10:20 am June 4 (I live under the blue dot)

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