This is a letter I sent out to everyone I know on May 8-2011
show details May 8
Share this with people you care about in the midwest to south- ok?
If you are not paying attention - you may well be dead soon.
Do you check the weather before you head out to work or go to bed at night? If not, it might be a good idea if you start doing so- today.
I am in a Storm Chaser/Meteorologist forum that is closed to the general public, I am an accepted member and we run a weather station that provides
feeds to weather sites that feed through NOAA.
Needless to say these past two years have been a rollercoaster somewhat resembling the Jet Stream pattern as it has evolved.
I get questions by people who actually do pay attention. Like: Why all of the heat -drought and wildfires in Russia last summer? And 'Why all the
Floods worldwide last year, like in Pakistan and Australia?"
Well for the same reason that the U.S. is most likely to go through total hell this year. Yep- it's our year to feel the 'heat' it seems.
Most Americans are clueless as to the happenings the past couple of years in weather related disasters worldwide. We have luckily been relatively
unscathed. The powers-that-be of course, have been trying to figure out how to make a dollar from disaster while everyone else is losing homes- lives-
health- land- crops. They have been watching. And it's now time that you need to.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A National Weather Service spokesman says the agency's North Little Rock office has issued more than 2,000 alerts in the
past three weeks.
Warning coordinator John Robinson at the weather agency's office at the North Little Rock Airport said Friday the office had issued a total of 2,123
bulletins between April 14 — when the storms began — and Friday.
That amounts to about 9 inches of paperwork piled up at the weather agency's office, which covers most of Arkansas. Robinson says the weather service
has issued 144 tornado warnings and hundreds of other flood and flash flood warnings and statements.
So far, the storms and floods in Arkansas have killed at least 23 people since April 14.
And it is much worse in Miss, Ala, Ga.
This is a weather pattern that has set itself up over the winter here and seems to still be in play. And it is very simple to understand- as long as
you remember that hot, moist air rises and cool air drops.
I have been watching the Jet Stream for over 10 years now, and looking at historical images.
Our Jet Stream is 'guided' by the temperatures of ocean currents. hot, moist air rising from the Pacific Ocean has forced the Jet Stream farther
north than usual over the Pacific area. Then the Jet Stream appears to be trying to 'self correct' by dropping lower over the U.S. land mass-
generating a 'loop'. When it reaches the area of the Mississippi it turns back north-dramatically- because of warm moist air driving in from the
Simply, the Jet Stream is being pushed into a more dramatic north/south loop than I have ever seen- or can find in historical records. At the same
time the upper air speed of the Stream has risen. This has pulled upper atmospheric air down with it - this is air that is nearly at 'space level'
at 40,000 feet. And yes, Space is 0 degrees.
When this cold air has been pulled down (creating strong low pressure systems) that then collided with the warm, moist air from the Gulf at the upward
turn of the Jet Stream- it has generated these storms. From the winter storms that dumped much more snow on the eastern half of the US than normal- to
the storms that have driven the tornadoes for much of the Spring. The reason we are flooding is because the ground is still saturated from all of the
snow melt from winter. These will get astronomically worse in the coming weeks. The major media hasn't told you the half of it. But if you saw any of
the reports from Australia this past year - you know what we are up against.
I don't see this Jet Stream pattern dissipating any time soon. It seems to have a rhythmic flow- dropping down, looping dramatically, then easing up
for a few weeks. It is starting to feel like a 'never ending storm'.
I have now spent a great deal of the spring watching (through live, streaming, personal feeds) chasers who work for the Discovery Channel and Weather
Channel freaking out over the extreme readings and very very concerned- this year more than any other.
On the morning of the main Super Outbreak I saw CAPE readings that went over 4500 for Alabama. And Dew Points of over 75. And the shear was
I have never seen that before. 4500k/js.
Meteorologists on our board had never seen that before-personally. We knew people were going to die across the south that day. All we could do was
Well I will finish this another time- with more details and etc.
But for now- if you have access to a basement, open it up for neighbors and friends who may be too shy to ask, not wanting to seem alarmist.
If you are without an underground protection place, find one. Hang out there on the next warning day- library, friends house, church, what have you.
No matter what. Bring water with you- and dry food (jerky, trail mix, protein bars, dry soup mixes etc.)
Be prepared. Don't be a victim of what is to come. And if the day turns out clear- just thank the Lord and when the warnings come again, and they
will, do not discount them.