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ISAAC: Now a Hurricane

 
krosty

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If the mississippi floods in the south won't the rising level flow north possibly reversing the current?
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This is a pathetic storm, not even katrina accomplished that feat,
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[link to www.wunderground.com]

Zoom out and look at those haarp rings.
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If the mississippi floods in the south won't the rising level flow north possibly reversing the current?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16999455


This is a pathetic storm, not even katrina accomplished that feat,
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this is HAARP tecnology on a pathetic storm... beeing done aall this for what? ? ?
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If the mississippi floods in the south won't the rising level flow north possibly reversing the current?
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This is a pathetic storm, not even katrina accomplished that feat,
 Quoting: krosty


but the mississippi is at record low levels, almost bottoming out at places.
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If the mississippi floods in the south won't the rising level flow north possibly reversing the current?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16999455


This is a pathetic storm, not even katrina accomplished that feat,
 Quoting: krosty


this is HAARP tecnology on a pathetic storm... beeing done aall this for what? ? ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22801898


They're practicing for when a real hurricane comes so they can make it destroy the whole west coast.
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08/29/2012 03:51 AM
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Stalled on the coast

still not breaking up

N h c still calling for same track
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Hi, Ice.

What's your thought on the sinkhole?

Mig
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If the mississippi floods in the south won't the rising level flow north possibly reversing the current?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16999455


I don't know...sounds like all hell is breaking loose down there. At this point ...anything is possible.

I heard reports earlier of a barge breaking loose on the Mississippi and crashed into a 47 foot crew boat and sank the boat. Grand Isle is under water, levees over topping now, power out, trees down, roads closed, All they need is a lightning strike to hit that sinkhole and the whole area is going to blow!

Those poor people. I feel so bad for them. And this storm is a LONG way from being over.
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08/29/2012 03:57 AM
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You can see the high, the long dark band above the coastal states.

[link to weather.msfc.nasa.gov]


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What would happen? Will it burn itself out or turn into an enormous storm?
 Quoting: .. 22563383


You don't want it to sit in once place over warm water and churn. That warm water is feeding the beast!
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Not sure how long it can sit there. I wonder if it could sit long enough for the theoretical hyper-cane?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1814245


Hypercanes require a minimum ocean temperature of 48 degrees celcius..warmer than any ocean has ever been by about 15 degrees so a hypercane just ain't possible.
If it stalls for long enough it will actually cause upwelling..

' When a hurricane stalls, its movement is has fallen below 5mph, or its movement is erratic over a small area, the wave action caused by the strong surface winds churns the ocean surface and produces upwelling. This has the effect of cooling the temperature of the sea surface over an area 200 to 300 miles across. The result is weakening. It is possible for a hurricane to stall in one area long enough that it dissipates. In 2004, Hurricane Frances stalled off the southeast Florida coast long enough that the core of the hurricane collapsed. Frances eventually made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, instead of the earlier expected Category 3. '

[link to www.hurricanezone.net]

But it also has the devastating affect of prolonged heavy rain fall and severe flooding....not a nice scenario !shark
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Thank you for the info. I learned of this from mega-disasters. It has been awhile since I have seen it so I wasn't sure what it would take. The cooling effect does make sense being that the hurricane blocks out the sunlight for an extended period of time.
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08/29/2012 03:59 AM
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Maybe they steered it and stalled it to refill the mississippi, which vital for shipping.

This story is from 6 days ago.

Shallow Miss. River could hurt shipments



Drought-starved rivers and lakes are causing trouble for everyone from recreational boaters to major shippers who use barges to haul commerce on the shrunken Mississippi River.

Barges and their towboats accumulate alongside the Mississippi banks of the Mississippi River near Greenville, Miss.
Low water levels have restricted traffic on an 11-mile stretch of the Mississippi near Greenville, Miss., clogging distribution of Midwest agriculture products.
Another barge ran aground Wednesday, forcing shipping lanes to close again as crews work to refloat the vessel. More than 100 barges and towboats are stranded, and low water is expected to hinder cargo shipments until October, the U.S. Coast Guard said.

The shuttered waterway likely means increased transportation costs for grain headed south and delays in fertilizer headed north for farm fields.
[link to www.usatoday.com]
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Flooding is way more dangerous to New Orleans than heavy winds.

So the longer Isaac lays just outside its gates, the worse it will become.
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It's starting to move...




1109. atmosweather 8:01 AM GMT on August 29, 2012
000
WTNT54 KNHC 290759
TCEAT4

HURRICANE ISAAC TROPICAL CYCLONE POSITION ESTIMATE
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL092012
300 AM CDT WED AUG 29 2012

...CENTER OF ISAAC MAKES SECOND LANDFALL...

REPORTS FROM AN AIR FORCE HURRICANE HUNTER AIRCRAFT AND NOAA RADAR
INDICATE THAT ISAAC MADE A SECOND LANDFALL ALONG THE COAST OF
SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA JUST WEST OF PORT FOURCHON AROUND 215 AM
CDT...0715 UTC...WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 80 MPH...130 KM/H.

AT 300 AM CDT...0800 UTC...THE CENTER OF HURRICANE ISAAC WAS
ESTIMATED NEAR LATITUDE 29.2 NORTH...LONGITUDE 90.4 WEST...OR ABOUT
35 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF HOUMA LOUISIANA...AND ABOUT 60 MILES
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA. ISAAC HAS BEGUN TO MOVE
WEST-NORTHWESTWARD NEAR 8 MPH...13 KM/H...AND A GENERAL
NORTHWESTWARD MOTION AT A SLOWER FORWARD SPEED IS EXPECTED LATER
TODAY.
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08/29/2012 04:10 AM
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Plaq Parish topping levs 9 feet
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08/29/2012 04:10 AM
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I: 9th Letter
K: 11th Letter
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Plaq Parish topping levs 9 feet
 Quoting: Miggy


Some poor man is on the news in Plaquemines parish said he has 9 feet of water in his house!

[link to www.fox8live.com]
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08/29/2012 04:14 AM
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Braithwait: flooding right now worse than Katrina
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Plaq Parish topping levs 9 feet
 Quoting: Miggy


Some poor man is on the news in Plaquemines parish said he has 9 feet of water in his house!

[link to www.fox8live.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Cowgirl- listening to this poor man as well.

The guy's first floor is flooded. They moved to the second floor. Water coming in. Moving to his third floor.

Very sad.
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08/29/2012 04:17 AM
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Flooding is way more dangerous to New Orleans than heavy winds.

So the longer Isaac lays just outside its gates, the worse it will become.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22631077


Yes 4 sure...there are already huge issues due to flooding and SO much more rain to come...the slower the storm the worse its going to get in that respect...unless of course it changes it path or something!

I nearly lol when i saw this hurricane track from Hurricane Gordon back in 1994...it obviously couldnt decide where to go!

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Plaq Parish topping levs 9 feet
 Quoting: Miggy


Some poor man is on the news in Plaquemines parish said he has 9 feet of water in his house!

[link to www.fox8live.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Cowgirl- listening to this poor man as well.

The guy's first floor is flooded. They moved to the second floor. Water coming in. Moving to his third floor.

Very sad.
 Quoting: Miggy


Miggy...It's soooo sad. I have been listening to various new station in the New Orleans area all night. The worst part is, these people have a solid 24 hours of rain still to deal with. It just breaks my heart to think how much suffering that area has seen, Katrina, PB spill, now this!
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Stalled on the coast

still not breaking up

N h c still calling for same track
 Quoting: Ice


Hi, Ice.

What's your thought on the sinkhole?

Mig
 Quoting: Miggy


Interesting..

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 3:02 a.m.
BAYOU CORNE, La. - Weekly housing assistance checks for residents evacuated because of a large sinkhole in Assumption Parish will not be distributed Thursday as previously scheduled.

Hurricane Isaac hit land Tuesday night in Plaquemines Parish and the uncertainty of its aftermath led officials with Texas Brine Co. LLC of Houston to postpone the check distribution. Affected residents receive $875 each week as compensation for the inconvenience.

[link to www.dailycomet.com]
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Stalled on the coast

still not breaking up

N h c still calling for same track
 Quoting: Ice





guessing in the wind...
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I: 9th Letter
K: 11th Letter
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hiding
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You can see the high, the long dark band above the coastal states.

[link to weather.msfc.nasa.gov]


----

What would happen? Will it burn itself out or turn into an enormous storm?
 Quoting: .. 22563383


You don't want it to sit in once place over warm water and churn. That warm water is feeding the beast!
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Not sure how long it can sit there. I wonder if it could sit long enough for the theoretical hyper-cane?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1814245


Isaac has a mind of it's own. At this point I'm starting to think anything is possible.


[link to www.fox8live.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK




don't think...

believe
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I do not see the orbs, but interesting.
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Isaac's Rain, Wind and Storm Surge Pounding Gulf Coast

The hurricane made its first U.S. landfall Tuesday evening but quickly veered back over water. Hours later, winds are still howling and flooding remains a major concern.

Aug 28, 2012
Hurricane Isaac is relentlessly pounding the Gulf Coast, and poses about as serious a threat as any low-end Category 1 ever will in this area.
[link to www.weather.com]
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A blue flash went off this morning while Anderson Cooper was speaking.He commented on it that it lit up the whole sky.
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Stalled on the coast

still not breaking up

N h c still calling for same track
 Quoting: Ice


Hi, Ice.

What's your thought on the sinkhole?

Mig
 Quoting: Miggy


Interesting..

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 3:02 a.m.
BAYOU CORNE, La. - Weekly housing assistance checks for residents evacuated because of a large sinkhole in Assumption Parish will not be distributed Thursday as previously scheduled.

Hurricane Isaac hit land Tuesday night in Plaquemines Parish and the uncertainty of its aftermath led officials with Texas Brine Co. LLC of Houston to postpone the check distribution. Affected residents receive $875 each week as compensation for the inconvenience.

[link to www.dailycomet.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Just great.

tissue

I wonder if Ice lost power. 1dunno1
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If the mississippi floods in the south won't the rising level flow north possibly reversing the current?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16999455


This is a pathetic storm, not even katrina accomplished that feat,
 Quoting: krosty


It's not about winds. It's about water.

A slower hurricane is worse for New Orleans because it produces more water and it lingers longer.
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X marks the spot.
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