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Originally posted by Busymind
My big worry is ice. I know hurricanes dump warm water, but if it's feeding a cold weather storm there's large hail and ice to worry about. IMO, snow would be just as bad, considering that an inch of rain can make 10 inches of snow. But this would be a slushy snow, so less than 10 inches per inch of rain. Heavy wet snow turns into ice pretty easily.
Originally posted by St Udio
the hyped super-storm is just that = all hype =
all Sandy is is a large tropical storm very much like a Pacific ocean Cyclone in size (instead of compact like the usual Atlantic hurricane)
the Arctic front & the west coast fronts are not created from HAARP manipulations... this freaky weather is a result of the chasnging wind patterns/ changing jet streams that is accompanying the 'climate change' variations in the weather...
the causes (of climate-change model) might be cosmic or having a root in the very strange outgassing and vulcanism all over the planet... disturbing the ocean and air currents all over the globe
any convergence into a super-hyper=mega storm is just exaggeration and not very well considered...'
these big forces in nature tend to avoid one another by the force of the leading edge that disrupts the other weather front
so, it will likely happen that the west coast weather front will descend into the Gulf
the arctic front will likely push Sandy off the East Coast
and all three weather forces will tend to dispell each other ---not combine into a storm-A-geddon