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So what do you all know about ARk Storms? Is the jet stream in pieces?

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posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 06:20 PM
Winterkill did a great thread about the chance of an ARk Storm
occurring. I had watched suspicious observers you tube
2min news and he mentioned an ARk storm.
So I came here did a search and yep, a recent thread.
I really thought his thread needed a higher profile,
as it was in the prep survival forum.
Nothing against that, they like a lower profile.
But Fragile Earth is where it belongs.

So copying his thread, I hope, is not a jerk move in any way.
I just want the thread to see more light.

I am very curious as to what our (more knowledgable than I)
members think. Is it a possibility?
Or no chance?
So mods if this isn't cool, do what thou wilt.

The videos I added to Winterkills thread are what sparked my interest.
Suspiciousobserver's mentions the odd double spiral (at the moment)
storm off the west northwest coast. And brings thoughts of an ARk storm up.

posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 03:24 PM
Here are the videos that got me interested.

I'd love to be able to embed on an iPad 1.

posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 05:32 PM
I would love video embedding, if anyone would be so kind.

So more videos, first is somebody saying they are currently
(Nov 30 2012) being hit with large amounts of rain in Northern California I believe.
The worry with an ARk storm is a stationary system.

The current mega low pressure area
parked itself about a week ago and hasn't moved.
If this stays longer, i think I understood,
there is a chance of an Atmospheric
River. Yeah not Rain. Sky River.

Granted probably no worries, it won't happen,
but dang ATS, where are the weather smarties?
Who can comment and give a much more educated
idea about what's going on off the Northwest coast of the USA?
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If you want a mix of MSM News mixed with Specualtion on the likely hood
of these events watch this one
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posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 11:53 AM
Posting to keep this alive.
I thought this would be a bigger deal
to ATSers.
I'd love some weather philes to add
their 2cents. Come on tear it up, whatever.

posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 03:28 PM

I think a thread on FE is a good idea.

As for posting the videos. You copy the youtube link and past it in the box after clicking VID:YOUTUBE above. Delete anything before the =

example: the link from youtube will look something like this: http :// www.youtu

To post the vid it should look like this Jl8fitRRNUBGg
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posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 04:07 PM
Third storm moving into Northern California expected to bring more pouring rain and flooding 2-9258-ac7c78d5c680_story.html

posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 08:05 PM
Interesting to see what develops of this. From those videos explaining this Ark storm anomaly, it isn't looking good.

Will be keeping a close eye on this, thanks for sharing.

posted on Dec, 2 2012 @ 11:05 AM
Why does this not have more views? The way they laid it out in One of the videos you posted made this seem potentially very dangerous and serious.

You would think more people would care??

posted on Dec, 2 2012 @ 01:22 PM
I became interested in this when a popular forecaster used the term "pineapple express" in describing this coming together with another storm. I started doing a variety of Google searches on this particular storm and found a of couple articles that described this system as a series of torrential rainstorms. It explains these storms as being driven by a feature in the atmosphere that are referred to as an atmospheric river.
They are described by Scientific American as a

narrow conveyor belt of vapor about a mile high that extends thousands of miles from out at sea and can carry as much water as 15 Mississippi Rivers. It strikes as a series of storms that arrive for days or weeks on end. Each storm can dump inches of rain or feet of snow.
Two experts on these storms have a feature story Megastorms Could Drown Massive Portions of California that will be published in the January 2013 issue of Scientific American. Due to the rainstorms that are currently flooding California now, SA is making this article available for free. Here's another link to SA that also describe these storms, and the phenomenal damages and loses (in the tens of billions) that could occur. Atmospheric Rivers

I'm very interested in what others can add to this topic.

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