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TORNADOS, TROPICAL STORMS, TYPHOONS, HURRICANES

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Hurricane Hector closing in on Hawaii and volcano

 

Hurricane Hector became a Category 4 storm for a few hours early Sunday but then dipped back to Category 3, still a dangerous force, as it headed across the Pacific, threatening to hit Hawaii’s Big Island and possibly its active volcano, officials said early Sunday.

Hector’s winds dropped to 125 mph from 130 mph, the diving line between Categories 3 and 4, early Sunday as it moved westward at 12 mph Sunday, the National Hurricane Center said in an advisory.

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-hawaii-volcano-hurricane/hurricane-hector-closing-in-on-hawaii-and-volcano-idUSKBN1KQ060

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With this sort of erratic and huge bad news with weathers....I can only think all the countries start to use their own geo-engineering technologies like Russia to China and to the US are using. That's to save people's life. But the end result would be the total destruction of Earth's natural pattern of weather, and it means breaking down the seasons we used to have....with that, breaking down of the cultures, and even on top of that, we got UV-C hitting the surface of Earth to deal with now...... I'm very concerned for loads of reasons.

Weather War might start, together with Water War....

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Strange Anomalies Span the Globe towards TWO Cyclones - Hector leans North!

 

We have caught these "strange" signals coming from Antarctica before, this is not the first time they've been seen.   hmm wonder if there's an array on Rothschild Island?  I hope and pray the people on Hawaii, and Japan are prepared for the worst and hoping for the best.  Trust your instincts, not the weather report.  

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Wildfires and Catastrophic Flooding: Lane’s Wrath Continues in Hawaii

Ben Henson      August 24, 2018

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Above: Floodwaters from the Wailuku River near Hilo run downstream on Hawaii’s Big Island on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018. Image credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images.

"Even as its core was being pulled apart by strong wind shear on Friday, Hurricane Lane (demoted to a tropical storm on Friday evening) continued to trigger an array of havoc across the Hawaiian Islands. Torrential rains were spreading northward across Oahu to Maui after Lane’s outer rainbands dropped more than 30” on parts of the Big Island, where flooding was described by the Central Pacific Hurricane Center as “catastrophic”. Meanwhile, two fast-moving wildfires broke out on Friday in the drier downslope flow along Maui’s west coast, causing at least one injury.

As of 5 pm EDT (11 am HST) Friday, the poorly defined eye of Hurricane Lane was located about 150 miles south of Honolulu and about 130 miles west of Kailua-Kona, moving north at 5 mph. The storm’s top sustained winds were 105 mph, making Lane a Category 2 hurricane. A Hurricane Warning remained in effect for Oahu, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, and Kahoolawe, with a Tropical Storm Warning for the Big Island and a Tropical Storm Watch for Kauai and Niåihau. Update (11 pm EDT Friday): Lane's decay was accelerating on Friday night.  As of 11 pm EDT (5 pm HST), Lane's top sustained winds were down to 70 mph, making it a tropical storm. All hurricane watches and warnings were dropped; the entire state remained under a tropical storm warning, except for Kauai and Niihua, which were under a tropical storm watch. Lane may diminish into a remnant low as soon as Saturday. Radar loops showed heavy rains continuing to push across the islands from Oahu to the Big Island on Friday night, so there remains a significant flood risk."

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https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Wildfires-and-Catastrophic-Flooding-Lanes-Wrath-Continues-Hawaii

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Florida, US Gulf Coast on alert for budding Tropical Storm Gordon

Sept. 2, 2018          Renee Duff

"A storm that is expected to become Tropical Storm Gordon will spread flooding rain and gusty winds from South Florida to the upper Gulf Coast early this week.

A tropical wave continues to become better organized and a tropical depression is expected to develop near South Florida by Monday morning.

Regardless of its exact strength, the system will spread heavy rain from the central Bahamas to South Florida into Monday.

Unsettled new Sep 2

 

People hoping to spend Labor Day at the beaches of South Florida will likely need to adjust their plans.

"Flights into and out of Miami and Fort Myers area airports could face delays and cancellations on Monday," AccuWeather Meteorologist Faith Eherts said.

Motorists will need to be on the lookout for areas of standing water on the roadways and should slow down on the highways to reduce the risk of hydroplaning.

Gusty winds are also expected, which will churn up choppy seas. An isolated tornado or waterspout can spin up and cause damage.

After passing by South Florida, further intensification can lead to the system being named Tropical Storm Gordon over the warm waters of the eastern Gulf of Mexico by Tuesday."

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https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/florida-us-gulf-coast-on-alert-for-budding-tropical-depression/70005956

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Typhoon Jebi smashes Japan: Giant waves and 135mph winds rock the country as train station roof COLLAPSES during the worst storm in 25 years and a MILLION are told to evacuate

By JULIAN ROBINSON FOR MAILONLINE and AFP                  September 4, 2018

Typhoon Jebi hammered the country's west coast as it made landfall with violent winds of up to 135mph
PM Shinzo Abe urged people to 'evacuate early' and called for all necessary measures to protect residents
Japan's weather agency issued warnings of possible landslides, flooding, high tides, lightning and tornadoes
Evacuation advisories have been issued for more than 1.19 million people in western and central parts of Japan

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"A powerful typhoon slammed into western Japan on Tuesday, killing at least nine people and injuring scores of people as more than a million people were told to evacuate amid the worst storm to hit the country in 25 years.

Typhoon Jebi, reportedly the strongest typhoon to make landfall in Japan since 1993, headed north across the main island of Honshu toward the Sea of Japan.

Giant waves and winds of up to 135mph lashed the country, inundating the region's main international airport and blowing a tanker into a bridge, disrupting land and air travel and leaving thousands stranded. 

The storm hammered the west coast as it made landfall in the latest severe weather to hit the country this summer following rains, landslides, floods and record-breaking heat that killed hundreds of people.

It was off the northern coast of Fukui on Tuesday evening with sustained winds of 78mph and gusts up to 110 mph, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

More than 700 flights were canceled, according to Japanese media tallies. High-speed bullet train service was suspended from Tokyo west to Hiroshima, though service partially resumed later Tuesday when the typhoon left the region.

More than 1.6 million households remained without power in Osaka, Kyoto and four nearby prefectures late Tuesday, according to Kansai Electric Power Co."

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6128849/Strongest-typhoon-quarter-century-hits-Japan.html

Holy Smoke, Japan took and continues to take a beating from Jebi.  Images and videos at the link. 

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Gordon Closing in on Mississippi-Alabama Coastline

Bob Henson    Sept. 4, 2018

"Poised on the threshold of hurricane strength, compact Tropical Storm Gordon was headed on Tuesday night toward an encounter with the central Gulf Coast. As of 5 pm EDT, Gordon was located about 95 miles southeast of Biloxi, MS, moving northwest at 15 mph. Gordon was packing top sustained winds of 70 mph, just shy of hurricane strength (74 mph).

Gordon’s observed rains and winds
Radar data from the Mobile, Alabama radar on Tuesday evening showed that Gordon’s heavy rain bands, with rainfall amounts up to 0.9” per hour, were affecting coastal Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. The radar data showed that Gordon was progressing towards building an eyewall along the north side of the center, with about 50% of one complete by 6 pm EDT (see Figure 1 below). If Gordon had another 12 hours over water, it would have been able to complete that process, but fortunately, it does not have time to do so.

WU depiction of NWS/NEXRAD radar from 6:15 pm EDT Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Figure 1. WU depiction of NWS/NEXRAD radar from 6:15 pm EDT Tuesday, September 4, 2018.

The highest rainfall amounts observed at any WU Personal Weather Stations between 8 am and 6 pm EDT Tuesday were 5.23” at Cape San Blas, Florida and 2.23” at Port St. Joe, both located on the Florida Panhandle’s big protrusion near Apalachicola.

The highest winds at any marine buoys as of 6 pm EDT Tuesday were 47 mph, gusting to 60 mph, measured at 5:50 pm EDT at buoy 42102, located 50 miles southeast of Mobile, Alabama. Waves were 13.5 feet high at the buoy.

Forecast for Gordon
With no major change to the steering flow expected through Wednesday, Gordon should make landfall not far from Biloxi within an hour or two of midnight Tuesday night. Although the official forecast track issued at 5 pm by the National Hurricane Center does not show Gordon as a hurricane, this is largely because the first point in the forecast track is at 1 am Wednesday, after Gordon is predicted to make landfall. Gordon has a very good chance of becoming a Category 1 hurricane just before landfall, after which it would rapidly fall back below hurricane strength."

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https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Gordon-Closing-Mississippi-Alabama-Coastline

Let's send good vibes to everyone no matter who or where they're from, and include stay safe wishes for all.

 

 

 

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GUAM

Islands prepare as INTENSIFYING storm closes in - CAT 3

 

The Carolinas - East Coast

NEW - CAT 4 Hurricane Florence COULD STALL over land! - 48 inches possible

 

Stay safe everyone!  

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Live coverage Hurricane Florence

 

Latest on Hurricane Florence, Typhoon Mangkhut, Isaac, Helene, and Joyce

 

https://weather.us/satellite/philippines/satellite-hd-10min.html#play1

https://edition.cnn.com/2018/09/12/asia/super-typhoon-ompong-mangkhut-wxc-intl/index.html?sr=twCNN091318super-typhoon-ompong-mangkhut-wxc-intl0919AMVODtop

Hoping all of those affected by any of these storms, stay as safe as is humanly possible, and get to high ground if available. 

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At least Florence is weakening, but Philippines the next target of Cat 5 massive typhoon and is a big worry.... I'm sure loads of us were focusing on Florence and great of all of you done your intention!! It had weakened very quickly, though no way we can say that'd be all safe yet.

Philippines are far weaker to deal with the stress of destruction and aftermath of the typhoon, I feel. These people don't have any social security system installed. They are on their own, though I can imagine Dutterte government would do their best to help people. But it's best if preventing the crap to happen to them than trying to help them afterwords, I feel.... 

Please continue to send your intention to dissipate them all...

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-14/super-typhoon-puts-philippines-on-storm-alert-ahead-of-landfall

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Just want you to know unity, I was working with you on Florence, the one headed to Hawaii, and the Philippines.  So many all at once.

Typhoon Mangkhut barrels into south China after killing dozens in Philippines

 

Hurricane Florence hits North Carolina coast

 

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Thank you breezy!! I'm sure hell a lot of people actually did the same thing, and the sudden lowering category of Florence was something to do with it, I take. But we need to even tweak our power better and scatter the rain fall area far wider so no one location to be targeted badly.

Maybe we need to create a little manual of how to go about it publicly! Doing it aimless would have less affect so.....

And multiple emergence of the friggin super cells might become more normal. I'm sure we can nail it no matter how many are there, but just we all need to stick to some line of "how to target them".

And Mr MBB was showing interesting co-relation of the sand mass reaching over Atlantic and the loss of any cells in the region. Hmmmm....

It's just the bastards whom we are up against really don't care how many of us die. The benevolent groups are trying to save lives. You can tell which side has got more jobs at hand to achieve what they want to achieve.....so we, the Humans, all need to get together and fight together.

And we can fight. We got souls and creativity. We will win, as long as we use what we got properly.

A Big Thank You again for your effort!! 

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There is no need for thanks, unity, as it is a worthy endeavor, I just wanted you to know you weren't alone.  Power belongs to the people, they just have to realize it, and act accordingly. 

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MIMIC showing weird behaviour of Microwave Rays

(c) UFOmania - The truth is out there 2018           Published on Sep 17, 2018

OK, then please explain this.

It looks like being sent from middle of the Pacific....

Remember I found the rays were exchanged from both Arctic and Antarctic, but not always the exact same locations, so maybe "ships" were used in different positions to do that.

...I mean....done in mid air is a possibility.... 

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(c)CIMSS 2018

And this is the massive one appeared in the Pacific, with those from Antarctica. .....That's insane.....and ALL seem to be doing something to feed or whatever to the cells DIRECTIONS/PATHS/SPEED. And probably intensity is affected as well. 

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(c) CIMSS 2018

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This doesn't normally happen here - Something is NOT right | Tropics 'Flexing"

 

 

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10 days after Hurricane Florence, fresh chaos in S. Carolina

Sept. 24, 2018   Jeffrey Collins

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"YAUHANNAH, S.C. (AP) — More than a week ago, pastor Willie Lowrimore and some of his congregants stacked sandbags around their South Carolina church to protect it from the fury of Hurricane Florence.

They moved the pews to higher ground and watched anxiously for days as the nearly black, reeking water from the swollen Waccamaw River rose, even though the hurricane was long gone. Finally, before dawn Monday, the water seeped around and over the sandbags, flooding the sanctuary.

"I'm going to go one day at a time," Lowrimore said as he sat in a rocking chair listening to the river rush by, ruining the church he built almost 20 years ago. "Put it in the Lord's hands. My hands aren't big enough."

Ten days after Florence came ashore, the storm caused fresh chaos Monday in Yauhannah and elsewhere across South Carolina, where rivers kept rising and thousands more people were told to be ready to evacuate."

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/florence-evacuations-continue-north-carolina-rivers-rise-105832903.html

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