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aerohead 05-26-2022 01:07 PM

NOAA 2022 Atlantic Basin Hurricane forecast
Yesterday, on the news, it was reported that NOAA predicts 14-to-22 named tropical storms for 2022 season. It would be the 7th-consecutive, above-normal activity season.
Something to monitor between now and early November.
Get your scorecards ready.
26-C sea-surface temperature is a trigger point for rapid intensification and CAT- 4 and CAT-5 hurricanes.
Presently, water temps off the Yucatan Peninsula are already as warm as 28.3-C.
Things in the Gulf of Mexico could be lively. Again.

oil pan 4 05-26-2022 04:31 PM

Good. I would be more worried if the oceans were cooling off.

aerohead 05-31-2022 10:10 AM

Season begins early and with a record
1) Cat-2, Hurricane Agatha came ashore, Southern Mexico, Monday, May 30, as the most powerful storm for the Eastern Pacific, for the month of May.
2) There's a 60% chance that Agatha's upper rotation will survive the transit across land, and reconstitute as Tropical Storm Alex, heading for the Yucatan Peninsula, and the ' Hot Tub' of the Gulf of Mexico, as a component of the Atlantic system.

oil pan 4 05-31-2022 10:22 AM

If we have a good solar storm during that window I guarantee development into a very strong hurricane.

aerohead 06-02-2022 01:32 PM

Tropical Depression, Invest 91L
1) Hurricane Agatha's remnant is presently in the Gulf of Mexico region as Tropical Depression, Invest 91L.
The National Hurricane Center has scheduled a hurricane hunter mission for today.
Upper level shear winds will determine Invest's evolution.
Tropical storm watches will be issued regardless of what, if any further development takes place.

freebeard 06-02-2022 04:29 PM


Tropical storm watches will be issued regardless of what, if any further development takes place.
Everyone talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it. Considering the way things are run, that may be a good thing.

aerohead 06-02-2022 04:39 PM

does anything
With watches posted the watchers have done due diligence. It's up to individuals to be vigilante or not.
It's going to be a 'soaker' anyway they cut it. If it pulls off a stationary front fun-house trick, it could just 'sit' there and flood, on top of flooding.
Interesting for the season opener!

redneck 06-02-2022 04:45 PM


Climate change may very well be man-made...

(listen closely)




freebeard 06-02-2022 05:33 PM

"Ten billion dollars yearly"

Compare with a single expenditure to put a constellation of parasols in a halo orbit at the L1 Lagrange Point. Made from material mined on the Moon.

Rumor has it that Enlil and Enki, the Annunaki, used gold injected into their home planet's atmosphere that they plundered out of Africa. You see how that turned out.

There's got to be a better way.

aerohead 06-02-2022 06:13 PM

I vote that we fill the skies with Mylar SpongeBob SquarePants helium party balloons!

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