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Your prediction on Hurricane Dorian?

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posted on Sep, 2 2019 @ 10:42 AM
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So what's it going to be? Will it make landfall in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina or will it skirt up the coast the entire way.


Here is my prediction. I think it will make landfall just north of the Space Coast and go in further west on land.
I'm just not seeing that direct turn North (my prediction anyway).

I think people are not taking this seriously due to other close but not quite hurricanes in the past.
Never put your trust in the meteorologist. Remember
most weathermen can't even get if it will rain or not 100%. We are talking life and death.


I've lived through a cat 4, and been in many other tropical storms. I hope everyone stays safe and heeds evacuation advice.




posted on Sep, 2 2019 @ 10:46 AM
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originally posted by: JAGStorm
Never put your trust in the meteorologist. Remember
most weathermen can't even get if it will rain or not 100%. We are talking life and death.


Ain’t that the truth. I’ve always said I should have become a meteorologist. You can be wrong 80% of the time — and still make 6 digits a year...



posted on Sep, 2 2019 @ 10:53 AM
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a reply to: JAGStorm

I subscribe to a hurricane watch net for amateur radio operators and within it they have what they deem the projected path of the storm. So far, it looks like the coasts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are going to be affected. Hurricanes are like lightning - they are going to do what they want...
Hurricane Watch Net
Its powerful as a Category 5 hurricane, but its moving only 4 to 7 mph. The slow moving is whats going to cause all the damage as the winds batter the immediate coast.



posted on Sep, 2 2019 @ 11:03 AM
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Oh, what the hay. It hits Florida as a cat 5, makes it across the state and into the gulf re-enrrgizes to a cat 4 and plows into our oil refineries..
Do I think this will happen, no.. but it's always good to know things could be much worse than they are?



posted on Sep, 2 2019 @ 03:02 PM
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New Dumbo movie has a scene with Devito speaking of hurricanes and the says the wife’s name Dorian.

People checking windspeeds of the storm from weather programs all show this thing to be 50+ UNDER the speeds being reported. Why would they want people to think it is stronger than it is?

Other's have pointed out anomalies in the eye compared to other hurricanes.

My prediction is that something else is being done behind the scenes in regards to this storm.

Also a nuclear plant on an island right off the Fl coast.

Which reminds me, maybe that is why they overestimate the storm. Can't take out a plant with a normal storm. Lie and say it's bigger, then they can false flag the plant and blame the "stronger than normal" storm. Just a thought,
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posted on Sep, 2 2019 @ 03:06 PM
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by 8-9 Sept. Dorian will meander past the outer banks...

then fizzle out of existence near the Georges Bank near Nova Scotia...
I awoke at 3:35 AM on Sunday night/Monday morning to have this info on my mind
this info came to me as I sat in a dream-state casino that used 6th sense ability to operate the slot machines

the bloc of info dissolved as did the psychic slots
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posted on Sep, 8 2019 @ 07:05 AM
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strange that I mentioned the word 'meander' in characterizing the storm path up-to-&-including 'The Outer Banks' of NC

Dorian did indeed, 'meander' off Fla. and along SC & NC... but after the NC outer-banks it sure zipped north fast, up to Canada & towards Nova Scotia (another area not-mentioned) by the NOAA storm trackers or any 'spaghetti' storm track models by the authorized media sources

my psychic source, in this instance, was a lot more informative than the over-paid professional weathermen/meteorologists-->

see:

Bureau of Labor Statistics information states that Atmospheric Scientists and Meteorologists Salaries are at a median pay range of $87,780 a year in 2010.That comes out to about $42.20 an hour that a Meteorologist earns on the jobs. You typically need a Bachelor’s Degree to be a full-time employee practicing meteorology.
Meteorologist Salary By State - Salary By State
salarybystate.org/arts-entertainment-publishing/meteorologist-salary-by-state



I will keep trying to sharpen my links with the psyche source, which is in the prediction realm and not logically deduced from data sources, models, input from media...



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posted on Sep, 8 2019 @ 07:35 AM
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Just took a look at the weather map to see where Dorian is and it looks to have weakened quite a bit. But, have you seen what's going on in the Pacific? Tokyo is about to take a direct hit.



posted on Sep, 8 2019 @ 07:44 AM
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So what's it going to be?


It cant be a category 5, never heard of.




Will it make landfall in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina or will it skirt up the coast the entire way.


Alabama needs to watch out.


all in all I think its going to be windy and a rainy.


anyway, stupid comedy central Jokes about Trump aside


All the best wishes and hope everyone in its path stays safe.



posted on Sep, 10 2019 @ 10:56 AM
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a reply to: St Udio

from msn.com...the storm Dorian last landfall was Halifax, Nova Scotia as predicted

Dorian made landfall on Nova Scotia about 15 miles south of Halifax late on Saturday afternoon with maximum sustained winds at landfall of 100 mph as a Category 2 hurricane.
Now that Dorian is gone and the tropics are quieting down – for the time being, at least – there is no threat from tropical systems in the Atlantic for any land mass.


my psychic visions were accurate as to character of Dorian and ITs final blows in Nova Scotia...
show me a better predictor summary by any other 'certified' weather source...look at the date stamps of my predictor post... I will bang my own drum I ain't shy



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