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Could this correlate with the latest CME event?

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posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 10:22 PM
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Im not sure if this is posted in the correct section but do you think this could be a possible result of the latest CME that took place a few days ago?


Wichita, Kan., residents are still reeling from a bizarre weather system that spiked temperatures 20 degrees in a matter of minutes in the early hours of Thursday morning.
KSN Channel 3's meteorologist JD Rudd explained the causes of the rare nighttime temperature spike, known as a "heat burst." First, winds gusted up to 69 miles per hour at around 11 p.m. on Wednesday, when temperatures were still in the 80s. At 12:22 a.m., temperatures were at 85 degrees in the region. Less than 20 minutes later, the temperature spiked to 102 degrees, and winds continued to gust at about 50 miles per hour.
By 3:00 a.m., the temperatures had again fallen and the winds stopped.


news.yahoo.com...




posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 10:33 PM
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CME can not effect weather on the back side of the planet when it's faced away from the sun.

Not unless the magnetic field failed sending the charged particles around the planet and into a certain spot like a frekin lightning bolt.




posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 10:49 PM
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You dont have to look any further than the article itself

They're caused by storms "collapsing" onto the strong winds that are keeping them up. When rain falls onto very dry air, the air begins to drop, and as the air mass drops it gets hotter. When the air hits the ground it rapidly spreads out, causing gusting winds.



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