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SUMMER 2018
« on: July 02, 2018, 04:22:00 PM »
SUMMER 2018. I meant to start this Topic awhile ago. :)
Here are a couple weather maps for tody, not the whole pic, just a glimpse.
so far the weather alerts are for flooding, heat alerts.  In yellow, severe thunderstorms, not a whole lot of them, yet.

Thunderstirm Forecast for 12 hours (from 12 AM today) shows more storms will be popping up.
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https://weather.com/maps/severealerts   Severe Weather Alerts

https://weather.com/maps/severe/thunderstorm-forecast   Next 12 hours Thunderstorm forecast


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Re: SUMMER 2018
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2018, 04:23:27 PM »
https://www.weather.gov/   

Dangerous Heat Wave Continues Across the Central and Eastern U.S.

A dangerous heat wave continues across the central and eastern U.S. through at least Independence Day. Record high temperatures are possible in many areas and nighttime lows may not fall below 80 degrees in some urban centers. Otherwise, scattered severe thunderstorms may impact parts of the Upper Midwest and Northeast through this evening

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Re: SUMMER 2018
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2018, 04:23:45 PM »
Fire activity still in Colorado.... see the Topic on Wildfires and other types of fires...

http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php/topic,6992.0.html

https://google.org/crisismap/2012_us_wildfires

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Re: SUMMER 2018
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2018, 12:03:07 AM »
https://www.weather.gov/

Dangerous Heat Wave Continues In Central & Eastern U.S. For Independence Day; Heat To Build Across Southwest U.S. Late Week

This week's heat wave with very humid conditions will continue across the central and eastern U.S. through at least Independence Day. Record high temperatures are possible, and nighttime lows could remain above 80 degrees in urban centers. By Friday, just as the current heat wave ends, dangerous heat will build across the Southwest where Excessive Heat Watches have been issued.

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/hpcdiscussions.php?disc=pmdspd

Short Range Forecast Discussion
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
234 PM EDT Tue Jul 03 2018

Valid 00Z Wed Jul 04 2018 - 00Z Fri Jul 06 2018

Abbreviations and acronyms used in this product:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/html/contract.html

...Above average heat for July shifts from the East back into the Plains
and eventually the Great Basin/Southwest by Friday...

Another area of heavy rain is likely across parts of the Dakotas, Iowa,
and Minnesota (near where flooding occurred this morning) with another low
pressure system that will be crossing the northern Plains today into
Wednesday, with the surface low strengthening while moving northeast
through Canada.  Showers and thunderstorms with this system will spread
eastward through the Great Lakes Wednesday and Thursday before moving into
the Northeast Thursday afternoon into Friday.

A stalled front in the the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic States today and
tomorrow along with moist flow off the north Atlantic ocean will be the
impetus for areas of showers and thunderstorms from Pennsylvania to
eastern New England today and throughout the Mid-Atlantic States and
Southeast tomorrow.  To the south across the Gulf Coast region, within an
easterly flow regime, a convective low pressure system will enhance
showers and storms from southern Mississippi to southeast Texas, with
locally heavy rain that may cause flooding issues across Louisiana and
Texas this afternoon through July 4th.

Dry conditions are expected to continue for most of the western U.S.,
which when combined with the warm temperatures, has led to a number of Red
Flag Warnings for fire danger from the Columbia Basin through the Great
Basin into eastern Colorado.

The ongoing heat wave across the eastern U.S. is reaching its peak today
and tomorrow, with heat rebuilding across the central Plains/Midwest.  An
impressive upper level ridge is in place over the eastern U.S. which
builds/expands westward over the next few days.  Heat advisories and heat
warnings are in effect from the central Plains into the Northeast.  High
temperatures in the 90s to near 100F, combined with high dewpoints, is
expected result in heat indices of 95 to 110 degrees for many areas.
Overnight lows will also be quite sultry, especially in urban areas where
readings could remain above 75 degrees all night through Wednesday night.
As the ridge aloft builds westward, the excessive heat shifts into the
Desert and Great Basin, with record warm low (70s-90s) and some high
temperatures (90s-110s) forecast, mainly across the Desert Southwest.

Roth/Hamrick

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Re: SUMMER 2018
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2018, 07:19:34 AM »
https://www.weather.gov/

A Variety Of Hazards From Western Monsoon To Upper Midwest Severe Storms To The Return Of Heat For Some

A variety of hazards will impact the U.S. the next few days. Elevated monsoonal moisture with diurnal heating will result in heavy rainfall and flash flood concerns over the Southwest and Four Corners region. Meanwhile, an active upper jet will fuel severe thunderstorms across the Upper Mississippi Valley through Thursday. Finally, Heat advisories return to a large portion of the Midwest.

http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/hpcdiscussions.php?disc=pmdspd

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Re: SUMMER 2018
« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2018, 05:00:33 PM »
Earth Changes Accelerate: Record Heatwaves, Massive Firenadoes, Giant Dust Storms, & Mega Quakes

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-06/earth-changes-accelerate-record-heatwaves-massive-firenadoes-giant-dust-storms-mega

Major changes are happening to our planet, and the experts are groping for answers. (But we know here don’t we..??? ::)

In recent days some have suggested that what we are witnessing is the natural progression of “man-made climate change”, but that explanation has generally been received with a lot of skepticism.  Something truly dramatic appears to be happening to the globe, and it isn’t just because the amount of carbon dioxide in the air suddenly reached some sort of magical “tipping point”.  But without a doubt, temperatures are getting warmer.

In July, Death Valley experienced “the hottest month ever recorded on the planet”.  Over in Europe, Saturday was being billed as Europe’s “hottest day ever”, and temperatures in Lisbon, Portugal were expected to top 107 degrees both Saturday and Sunday.  On the other side of the planet, the crippling drought in Australia is devastating farms “like a cancer”, and things are so hot in North Korea that the government has declared “an unprecedented natural disaster”…

    This week, the North Korean government called record-high temperatures in the country “an unprecedented natural disaster” and said that country was working together to fight the problem.

    An editorial published Thursday in Rodong Sinmun, the newspaper of the ruling party, highlighted the difficulties that the long stretch of high temperatures would cause for North Korea’s agricultural sector, specifically crops such as rice and maize. The newspaper called for North Koreans to act as one and “display their patriotic zeal in the ongoing campaign for preventing damage by high temperature.”

In California, extreme heat and bone dry conditions continue to fuel some of the worst wildfires in the history of the state…

    Crews battling deadly Northern California wildfires prepare for another day of hot and dry conditions that could drive the flames into new areas and threaten more homes.

    According to Cal Fire, more than 15,000 personnel are on the lines of 18 large blazes across California on Saturday. So far, the fires since June have killed 8, burned more than 559,000 acres and damaged or destroyed over 1,800 structures. Roughly 17,000 homes continue to be threatened by these fires, and about 45,000 residents are under evacuation.

Ultimately, this may turn out to be the worst year for wildfires that California has ever seen.

I had never heard of a fire tornado anywhere near that size in the United States, and apparently the experts hadn’t either…

    “This is historic in the U.S.,” Craig Clements, director of San Jose State University’s Fire Weather Research Laboratory, told BuzzFeed News. “This might be the strongest fire-induced tornado-like circulation ever recorded.”

    Known as a pyrocumulus cloud, the ominous red weather formations usually occur over volcanic eruptions or forest fires when intensely heated air triggers an upward motion that pushes smoke and water vapor to rapidly rise. They can develop their own weather patters, including thunderstorms with severe winds which then further fan the flames.

So why is all of this happening?

But the narrative won’t change.  The mainstream media will continue to tell us that the Earth changes that we are witnessing are due to global warming and that if we reverse course that we can go back to how things were before.

No, we can’t go back, because the changes that are happening are way outside of our control.

Fundamental changes are happening to our planet, and this is just the beginning.  For now these Earth changes are a minor nuisance to a lot of people, but pretty soon nobody will be able to ignore them (Ya think??)

Max


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Re: SUMMER 2018
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2018, 02:06:55 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blkHME1SIC0  @ :23

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