posted on Nov, 15 2005 @ 03:10 PM
Interesting post, Tommy...
I've seen these counterclockwise rotating storms in Eastern Canada as well, but without the high winds as they were shown in your link. Usually they
squat over the Great Lakes Basin and just dump large quantities of rain on us. They also perch themselves over Labrador during the winter months,
piling up the snow there every year.
I've read that if another ice age ever starts, it will be this type of system which will precipitate it.
I'll see if I can dig some info out on it.