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Weird Weather Watch 2005

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posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 02:26 PM
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that's true Rren, we are the lightning capital, but I have to admit, in my 10 years of living here, I have never seen it happen so frequently and so intense in one thunderstorm cell.

be wary though, there's a wave, that will turn into a depression and maybe even a tropical storm or hurricane lurking over the Bahamas and eyeing somewhere in Florida for a hit.




posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 02:33 PM
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Originally posted by worldwatcher
that's true Rren, we are the lightning capital, but I have to admit, in my 10 years of living here, I have never seen it happen so frequently and so intense in one thunderstorm cell.


Yes i agree we had one last week worst than any i had ever seen(been living in Orlando about 20years). As i'm no meteorologist i can't say how weird or abnormal that was tho.


be wary though, there's a wave, that will turn into a depression and maybe even a tropical storm or hurricane lurking over the Bahamas and eyeing somewhere in Florida for a hit.


Oh come on.....that's not fair. I knocked on wood for pete's sake
Now where did i put those canned goods and batteries.



posted on Aug, 25 2005 @ 05:29 PM
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Currently residing in orlando myself, only been here for two months though. From an outsiders point of view, the lightning here is absolutely rediculous at times. On a daily basis you can expect to see the sky divided in half repeatedly by some tremedous bolt of lightning. I wouldn't need to see anything official to believe this is the lightning capital of the world

A clap of thunder set off just about every car alarm in my complex a week or so back.



[edit on 25-8-2005 by entropy+]



posted on Aug, 25 2005 @ 05:46 PM
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The coolest thing I've seen here in Indiana (besides snow rolls) is snow flurries on a clear day. It was a bitter cold day and very light (as in lacking moisture) flakes were flying around. It was so cold that basically the atmosphere couldn't support the moisture (i assume this is the case) and flake were forming out of the blue (literally). Anyone ever seen this?



posted on Aug, 25 2005 @ 05:54 PM
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This doesnt look good for south florida. I hope they will all be ok.



posted on Aug, 25 2005 @ 06:01 PM
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Storm isn't very bad. Highest sustained wind reported by ANY surface observation station was 52kts at landfall.



posted on Aug, 28 2005 @ 11:09 PM
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Snow flakes out of the blue, now that sounds interesting.

That's like rain without clouds.

Troy



posted on Aug, 28 2005 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Indy
The coolest thing I've seen here in Indiana (besides snow rolls) is snow flurries on a clear day. It was a bitter cold day and very light (as in lacking moisture) flakes were flying around. It was so cold that basically the atmosphere couldn't support the moisture (i assume this is the case) and flake were forming out of the blue (literally). Anyone ever seen this?


I've seen it, seems like it was 5-10 below 0 F when it happened..........



posted on Aug, 28 2005 @ 11:39 PM
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The strongest and most intense lightning I remember occurred when I used to live in NC. One night the lightning was so intense, bright and constant that it appeared like someone had turned on strobe lights and our entire house was in the Hollywood studio lights for about at least a few minutes straight with no visible blinking of the light from the lightning. I got curious and looked outside to see everything bathed in very intense light and got scared when I realized I was temporarily blinded by the light. My vision came back within a few minutes. I found out later I was possibly near the center of a huge intense cell of thunderstorms spawning powerful F5 tornadoes in several locations but my location just had this weird intense light from the lightning. I have seen some other colors of lightning as well but I'm not sure what causes that.

Anyway getting back to current news while I was at the beach, I noticed an extremely strong undertow or rip current and I was very far away from Hurricane Katrina. The storm was in southern Florida and I was at Myrtle Beach. Some hurricanes are very far reaching apparently. I hope those who stayed in New Orleans stay safe. I know I would not. I believe Hurricane Katrina is going to be if not already one of the top 3 most powerful to ever hit the US. It's been an interesting year.

[edit on 28-8-2005 by orionthehunter]



posted on Aug, 29 2005 @ 08:31 PM
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Originally posted by Indy
The coolest thing I've seen here in Indiana (besides snow rolls) is snow flurries on a clear day. It was a bitter cold day and very light (as in lacking moisture) flakes were flying around. It was so cold that basically the atmosphere couldn't support the moisture (i assume this is the case) and flake were forming out of the blue (literally). Anyone ever seen this?


Yes, this happens frequently under very cold conditions. In fact I watched it "snow" pretty hard on a clear day this past Winter in northern Minnesota! Very Very cool indeed.


~Jammer



posted on Aug, 29 2005 @ 08:35 PM
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Has anyone else reviewed this theory put out by Richard Hoagland on Hyperdimensional Hurricanes?
It is very interesting to say the least. Note the pentagonal geometry in hurricane Ivan from last year. This has been showing up more and more and the storm paths have been "strange" the past few years.



Here's a link to the analysis on Richard's website (enterprisemission.com)
www.enterprisemission.com...

Peace and prayers for those in the south!

~Jammer+



posted on Sep, 1 2005 @ 12:03 PM
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Originally posted by jammerman
Has anyone else reviewed this theory put out by Richard Hoagland on Hyperdimensional Hurricanes?
It is very interesting to say the least. Note the pentagonal geometry in hurricane Ivan from last year. This has been showing up more and more and the storm paths have been "strange" the past few years.



Here's a link to the analysis on Richard's website (enterprisemission.com)
www.enterprisemission.com...

Peace and prayers for those in the south!

~Jammer+



interesting. so tell me whats the significance of this in a more cosmic sense?



posted on Sep, 1 2005 @ 04:33 PM
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Originally posted by krossfyter
interesting. so tell me whats the significance of this in a more cosmic sense?


I recommend reading Richard Hoaglands analysis...
Here's a link to the analysis on Richard's website (enterprisemission.com)
www.enterprisemission.com...

You may also want to read his Co-Authored article with David Wilcock on the Planetary Day After Tomorrow at...
www.enterprisemission.com...

Peace,

~Jammer+



posted on Sep, 8 2005 @ 09:32 AM
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The following events are not usual at all. In fact, no warning was issued.

These can be the remains of a tropical storm or probably this type of storms have started in our area... What I know is that during the winter time, last year, I checked that when the USA suffered a tropical storm or similar... Later, we had terrible weather...
When this happened, I thought about a tropical storm as mentioned before, but now I am starting to understand that this kind of storms are forming in our zone (Europe). Therefore, I am afraid we will have more and more tornadoes, heavy storms, etc. Also increased because of the solar storms.


BARCELONA, GERONA & BALEARES (SPAIN) affected by heavy storms, beams, whirlwinds, hail and TORNADOS.

FIRE Brigade rescued more than 100 people in Barcelona due to the heavy rains.
STORMS, BEAMS, WHIRLWINDS OF WATER, HAIL & WIND

The heavy rain in Barcelona were the heaviest in the past 10 years.

Floodings in groundfloors, undergrounds, garages, roads, railway stations, etc. Even the airport suffered delayed flights.

Power failure caused by the high number of beams.

The severe storm caused delays in flights taking off and arriving to the Airport of Palma. Heavy beams and storm obliged AENA to start the “Storm Guidelines”, which forbids airplanes to fuel while beams are falling close to the airport.
Floodings, etc.


September the 7th.

2 tornados obliged to close the Airport of El Prat in Barcelona.
BARCELONA.- Two tornados obliged to close the Airport for 1 hour. After passing from South to North through the taking off & landing area. An empty airplane was moved by the tornado 180º & another tornado, full of passangers, was lifted 300 metres up before hitting the ground. (No injuries)


September, the 8th.

Up to now, (starting on Monday) Cataluña had 12 tornados & 36.400 beams due to the severe storms.

The worst
Tornados of Wednesday, the 7th & Thursday, the 8th have been the worst, because of passing through towns where people were not warned about these events.

The wind of these tornados reached the 200 Km./h.

Trucks flight and landed metres away, roofs were flown away, walls, vehicles...
(Link to a Spanish page – Click on VER VÍDEOS, 2ND OPTION TO SEE A VIDEO OF ONE TORNADO)

According to the damage caused, winds, etc. I think these Tornados were a F2.



posted on Sep, 8 2005 @ 02:37 PM
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Tornados in Barcelona are weird I think, I was there for over a week a couple years ago (around this time of year) and don't think I saw a single cloud in the sky the entire time.



posted on Sep, 9 2005 @ 04:42 PM
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According to recent information on national Tv., the total number of tornados has been of 12 in a few days.

Completely unusual!



posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 09:36 AM
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I've been a bit busy and unable to post as I would normally do, but I have to mention the wicked thunderstorm that passed over Miami and Fort Lauderdale on Saturday night. The lightning was awe inspiring, the entire sky would light up, I think I witnessed all sorts of lightning phenomenon except for the elusive "ball lightning". And the rain came down in torrents. But while we in Fort Lauderdale got drenched, Miami actually had reports of 2 tornados.

Tornado, waterspouts near Miami during Saturday night storms


A tornado touched down in northwest Miami during severe thunderstorms Saturday night, damaging some roofs and traffic lights.

Rusty Pfost, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said he and some of his colleagues witnessed the tornado at about 9 p.m., while attending a wedding celebration for WFOR-Ch. 4 meteorologist Craig Setzer at the Miami Yacht Club at the McArthur Causeway.

Then two more spouts developed, with the last one traveling across South Beach to Fisher Island and toward downtown Miami, he said.

The meteorologists notified the National Weather Service, which issued three tornado warnings for Miami-Dade between 9:13 and 9:41 p.m., according to Tyrone Mosley, a weather service specialist.

Pfost said the weather activity was highly unusual, pointing out that waterspouts usually develop during morning hours and are less likely as the land heats up and mixing of air begins. He said waterspouts are very weak and dissipate once they hit land.



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 02:15 AM
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Florida is way too hot for this time of year, my mother insists its always hot but I can feel the difference. This is why I never leave my house



posted on Sep, 24 2005 @ 03:17 PM
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Has anybody seen this information yet?

Read it carefully! The implications are HUGE.


www.enterprisemission.com...

Peace,

~Jammer



posted on Sep, 27 2005 @ 04:59 PM
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Alaska got hit with a midlevel cyclone, something of a tropical storm/hurricane. I mention hurricane because on another site, a meteorologist said the pressure was 987mb which is comparable to a Cat 1 hurricane.

Western Alaska storm diminishes into rain


The storm arrived Thursday night and continued Friday. Winds reaching 65 mph lashed Nome and sent water flooding into Front Street businesses.

Twelve-foot waves on top of a 10-foot storm surge slammed against the town's seawall, littering Front Street with rocks and debris.


more links:
Western coast blasted

Coastal Alaska communities recover after last week’s storm



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