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EPIC STORM TO PORTUGAL AND NORTH SPAIN!!! RED ALLERT JUST NOW!!! Min Pressure 967.8 hPa!!!
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[quote:Luisport:MV8yMTEzNjg2XzM1NjUxNzQ2X0VENDJFQjU=] [quote:DracoLX:MV8yMTEzNjg2XzM1NjUxNTU1XzhENDI5QTIw] [quote:Luisport:MV8yMTEzNjg2XzM1NjUxMzg2X0E1NjhDOTY1] ...GFS12z in 975hpa, vai the wave of the WRF MeteoGalicia. Depression will go directly over the north coast, the strongest winds will be registered between Porto and Lisbon, with special emphasis ace saws center and coast between Aveiro and C. Carvoeiro, where the early morning gusts could reach or surpass the 130-140km.h.... [/quote] Hi Luis, by yes by no (in Zézé Camarinha's english :cruise: ) we better keep an eye on it. This depression will probably enter mainland northern than expected. So north region and Spain will be severely affected. The southern regions will have sustained winds of 100/110 km/h and severe gusts at 1000/1100 meters of altitude. The probable severe rain will affect the already saturated soils and also dams that are already on full load. Join it with rough 6/7 meters waves in high tide and we defenitly have a serious doom sceanrio ramping up in Portugal. The tornados scenario isn't quite plausible. There is simple no rotation to withstand a tornado. Yet... not impossible. Dear tugas be safe. And nuestros hermanos as well. :peace: Draco [/quote] :hf: [/quote]
Giant Wave Impact in Other on Thursday, 17 January, 2013 at 10:39 (10:39 AM) UTC.
Luxury cruise line Silversea has been forced to cancel a cruise onboard the Silver Explorer after the ship was damaged by a giant wave in rough weather while on an 18-night voyage in South America. Media reports claimed four crew suffered minor injuries when a wave struck in the waters between Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica. The cruise line confirmed all 133 passengers and 113 crew were safe, but the damage to the ship was severe enough for Silversea to cut short the cruise and to cancel its next sailing on January 21. The ship has returned to Ushuaia in Argentina, where it departed in early January. It is expected to resume service with a 10-night cruise departing on January 31. [
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