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Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)

 
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Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
[link to tropics.hamweather.com]

This Trop depression may not fully develop, but the fact that it has begun to form this far north is odd. We had a full out hurricane form a bit further north back in late May-early June.

These storms always form in the warm southern waters. Below Cuba or in the Gulf...even off the Coast of Africa, but not the North Atlantic.

I was at a beautiful Nova Scotia beach last weekend. Typically the water is quite cold, and it will take some time to get into it.

The water was quite warm. I walked right in and went swimming for half of the day with my family.

Whats going on here?
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07/24/2012 12:53 PM

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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
[link to www.oceanweather.com]

This site shows current ocean temperatures. Looks like the waters of the North Atlantic are currently
between 65 - 80 f (18 - 28 C).

They will only get warmer through July, Aug and even Sept.

Could be in for BIG storms this year.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
Thanks for the heads up.

Last week, that freak storm over NYC dropped early evening temps from 106 to 76 in minutes.

I hope more people post their accounts and thoughts.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
Thanks for the heads up.

Last week, that freak storm over NYC dropped early evening temps from 106 to 76 in minutes.

I hope more people post their accounts and thoughts.
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


The intensity of the weather changes and storms this year have been crazy.

Here in the Halifax area for the 1st time in my lifetime...possibly ever, we had a tornado advisory. Happened about 3 weeks ago. The hail that fell that day was scary. I thought it would bust my windows and dent my cars, but everything was fine. We did not end up getting a tornado, but I believe it was as close as we have ever been.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
Holy Shit. Tornado Warnings in Halifax!!!!! Thats stunning. Tornado watches and advisories all over Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. I can't remember a time its been like this. I read the North Atlantic Current stalled and broke up in some segiments. They were watching to see if it reorganizes itself. If its fucked up then so are we, all of us. I am already getting ready for Winter. Lots of extra everything. Got more wood heaters for all my outbuildings. Blankets and more shelters for the livestock. Bedding. Food. Everything.The powers gone down from storms this summer more than it does even in the winter from storms. What really pisses me off is that you don't see a damn thing in the news from Province to Province. There's been earthquakes in and around he St Lawerence seaway and Hudson's bay since the beginning of the year. Some as big as 6. Nanavut and NWT. Again Nothing. Get ready for STHF cause I think its coming.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
Holy Shit. Tornado Warnings in Halifax!!!!! Thats stunning. Tornado watches and advisories all over Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. I can't remember a time its been like this. I read the North Atlantic Current stalled and broke up in some segiments. They were watching to see if it reorganizes itself. If its fucked up then so are we, all of us. I am already getting ready for Winter. Lots of extra everything. Got more wood heaters for all my outbuildings. Blankets and more shelters for the livestock. Bedding. Food. Everything.The powers gone down from storms this summer more than it does even in the winter from storms. What really pisses me off is that you don't see a damn thing in the news from Province to Province. There's been earthquakes in and around he St Lawerence seaway and Hudson's bay since the beginning of the year. Some as big as 6. Nanavut and NWT. Again Nothing. Get ready for STHF cause I think its coming.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20440959


The Canadian media is pretty useless when it comes to topics like this.
If a tornado touches down they may mention it, aside from that they'd rather talk about gang shootings in T.O.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
This coincides with the electric-universe theory.

Weather is electrically based as well, but we are not taught that in school unfortunately.

Any kind of cyclonic storm is really an electrical current flowing from the ionosphere into the ground. This explains why tornadoes frequently hit METAL trailer parks and why hurricanes dissipate after making landfall. It's not because they ran out of warm water, but rather they are grounding out and dying.

Look up cyclones in the Arctic Circle, Mars and the giant cyclone on Jupiter. They're all electrical storms.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
This needs to be pinned because alternate weather models are never discussed in detail here.

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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
This needs to be pinned because alternate weather models are never discussed in detail here.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16151153


You really only see weather related threads when a massive storm is hitting.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
Had a Huge Electrical Storm in Southwestern BC over the weekend. WoW. Headed for Alberta Last Night ( Sunday ) Hence the Tornado Warnings. Have you noticed how Lame The Weather Network is Lately. They Always used to tell all. Now its like they just jump over everything. Quick little picture and no more stories. Their censoring all the shit too.Don't watch them anymore.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
Had a Huge Electrical Storm in Southwestern BC over the weekend. WoW. Headed for Alberta Last Night ( Sunday ) Hence the Tornado Warnings. Have you noticed how Lame The Weather Network is Lately. They Always used to tell all. Now its like they just jump over everything. Quick little picture and no more stories. Their censoring all the shit too.Don't watch them anymore.
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I typically use various on-line sources. They seem to be more up-to-date and accurate.
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Re: Another Tropical storm forming in the "cold" North Atlantic. (link)
FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

1. A NON-TROPICAL LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM LOCATED ABOUT 575 MILES
EAST-NORTHEAST OF BERMUDA IS PRODUCING A SMALL AREA OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS. ALTHOUGH THIS DISTURBANCE IS PRIMARILY ASSOCIATED
WITH A FRONTAL SYSTEM...IT COULD STILL PRODUCE GALE-FORCE WINDS
BEFORE IT REACHES MUCH COOLER WATERS ON WEDNESDAY. THIS SYSTEM HAS
A LOW CHANCE...10 PERCENT...OF BECOMING A SUBTROPICAL OR TROPICAL
CYCLONE DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS AS IT MOVES NORTHEASTWARD AT ABOUT
15 MPH.
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