posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 08:36 AM
I have been monitoring radiationnetwork.com only for a few days and though at times it drops in the 50's, I noticed it hangs out in the 70's even
low 80's... Some poster mentions that it's normal..
Here's another similar site that I would you guys like for you to peruse: www.blackcatsystems.com...
I've seen Denver go as high as 41 today.
Not surprising considering that the jet stream is concentrated over Colorado right now (as of 0600Z):
I think we are definitely are 'starting' to be affected by Japan right now in Denver.
Now, will it intensify ? I have the feeling it will (provided the jet stream stays in the area).
Personally, I keep monitoring this very closely and am starting to pack already.
My best suggestion: Don't wait too long. If it goes on TV, forget it! 76 will be totally jammed pack!
Keep us posted guys. Good luck to all.
ps: I think there are safer places in the world to live than this disgusting and extremely polluted place anyway.