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The well-defined Tropical Low (98L) continues producing heavy training rain with isolated tornadoes also possible today in S TX
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 335 (Nicholas) , Major: 351 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1405 (Michael) Major: 1405 (Michael)
 


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Dade Arinto
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Hurricanes can be predicted !
      #69950 - Thu Aug 10 2006 12:05 AM

I think Hurricanes can be pedicted

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Re: Hurricanes can be predicted ! [Re: Dade Arinto]
      #69957 - Thu Aug 10 2006 01:25 AM

great, man. you win the nobel prize for science.

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Dade Arinto
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Re: Hurricanes can be predicted ! [Re: Dade Arinto]
      #74430 - Fri Apr 13 2007 12:18 AM

What do generating the storm and hurricane?

Both kinds of this question shall be replied with precise calculation pursuant to magnifications amount radiasition from the Sun concerning such required experts with all his modern appliances, but we inclinde for opinion that difference of the magnetic element amount befall, generate the effect also differ. Hence the disaster one because of magnification radiation the Sun which is have positive magnetic, is while the other generated by which are negative. If the people can agree our opinion concerning sirkulation of magnetic as written at drawing no. 2 will easy to for them comprehend why is two kinds of disaster in atmosfir of earth:

J taken example Jupiter is a big planet orbit to circle the Sun above earth. At one time our earth is possibly touched by radiation have positive magnetic to be to Jupiter from the Sun be like at B.1. at the time apply the big explosion or heatwave.

Possibly also our Earth is touched by radiation have negative magnetic to be to Jupiter be like at B.2. At the time apply the storm or hurricane in atmosfir which is his beginning stabilized.

People should not look for where existence of hurricane then annihilate it, but shall look for the the whys and where-fores incidence of that disaster and then make it not dangerous is beside its benefit for the life of society. People shall conduct hurricane that to a beneficial. Its way by comprehending magnetic circulation between the Sun and Earth which is polared formerly rotation in Makkah and Tuamoto, then to stream that magnetic stream with the link or with other technique.

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http://myquran.org/forum/index.php/topic,5228.msg87283.html#msg87283

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Re: Subtropical Storm Andrea Forms off Florida/Georgia Coast [Re: Dade Arinto]
      #74686 - Wed May 09 2007 01:57 PM

A little off subject, but a quick look will tell you how bad we need rain!

http://www.fl-dof.com/wildfire2007/wildfire_map.html


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Re: Subtropical Storm Andrea Forms off Florida/Georgia Coast [Re: Dade Arinto]
      #74698 - Wed May 09 2007 04:43 PM

On the plus side for fires.....radar would seem to indicate a band of showers moving through S Georgia and across the fire ravaged areas right about now. Sure hope it helps. The smoke cleared a lot today, but another wind shift would put us right back in it. Sure hope a couple bands work their way to the Tampa area......

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Jane219ga
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Re: Subtropical Storm Andrea Forms off Florida/Georgia Coast [Re: Dade Arinto]
      #74704 - Wed May 09 2007 09:35 PM

I have a friend in Bradford County - they are praying for rain as they are hosing off their property. They need the rain more than those of us in the Tampa area right now. This is shaping up to be another 1998 fire season and it scares the heck out of me..........don't think Andrea is going to provide much in the way of rain. I am sure this post will probably be moved..........but, hey......it is still early in the season that has not even started yet.

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Re: Not dead yet? [Re: Dade Arinto]
      #74740 - Fri May 11 2007 04:21 PM

Quote:

.SUGGESTING THAT THE SYSTEM IS BEGINNING TO ACQUIRE
TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS. ALTHOUGH UPPER-LEVEL WINDS ARE
EXPECTED TO REMAIN UNFAVORABLE FOR ANY SIGNIFICANT
DEVELOPMENT...THE SYSTEM IS OVER RELATIVELY WARM WATERS AND IS
BEING MONITORED FOR ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE OF ORGANIZATION.

Interesting!!

EDIT: Now we have a STDS too!





Realistically though, are we really looking at it regenerating enough to become something noteworthy?

I wish she'd turn into a rain maker. Forget the wind, we are DYING for rain! I mean, all day here, I'm not far from the Gulf, it's been OVERCAST, but it's all smoke, not clouds. Weird brown cast to the light, it's miserable. Thank God I can't really smell smoke, but it's SO hazy and overcast. I didn't believe it until I went to the sat images and saw it was smoke and not clouds. You can really see on the GOM visible loop how the smoke is just siphoning down from the GA/ne FL fires.

And we have the fire in the Picayune Strand to the south of us.

It's gonna be a long summer unless we start getting rain soon.

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