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6g. Hurricane last winter that formed right outside of Maine. That's right in mid winter formed above Maine. (cannot find this info but its out there I'm sure)
Originally posted by bastet11
I am not a TV watcher, but my husband had the tube on this morning and I overheard the news reporter talking about authorities "testing" a Tsunami Warning System this morning, and that it would "Only be a test"..
I found several links up and down the west coast, including the following:
A warning system is all well and good, but it always puts me on edge when they do these "tests".
Originally posted by sinfall
We have also noticed recently that the police department and fire stations have new alarms on them. A quite different "pulsing" alarm that rings a number of times then is followed by verbal instructions which are hard to understand when listening from in the house.
Originally posted by Littletruthseeker
I live on the East Coast of Florida. I've been hearing(feeling) sonic jet type noises almost daily as of late. Not as loud, long or creepy as that of the video...but it's definitely there.
I live in Maryland, I'm almost 40 and we have never had an earthquake here ever, on occasion we have hurricane's, the other day we had a tornado hit us out east, which doesn't ever happen either, and a few months ago we had something blow through called a (i think) called it a gustnado. Where a Gust of wind lays flat against the ground and does tornado type damage. Knocked down houses etc. Hurricane's happen in Maryland sometimes. But overall we do not get any bad weather. No Floods, no hurricanes (normally), no tornado's and def no Earthquakes.
We have really calm weather here most of the time. But not recently.
Six Months ago we had millions of fish die and wash up under our Bay Bridge. Things like this just don't happen in Maryland. Thunderstorms here seem to get bigger and we also have reports of sounds coming from the skies here as well.
As of late 1993, 47 earthquakes had been reported within Maryland’s borders (Table 3 and Fig. 3). Over the next ten years, that total reached 61. (For a frequently updated list and map of Maryland earthquakes, go to the Maryland Geological Survey’s FactSheet 13.