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Powerful super-cells to Texas-Louisiana!!!

 
Anonymous Coward
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Okay, this may be nothing....but....

Today while watching the New Orleans/San Fransico game I suddenly got a bad, bad, feeling....like the stadium they were playing in was in trouble....I thought they were playing in California and in danger of big quake or something. Then I realized they were in New Orleans, but the bad feeling didn't go away. I even sat there a while thinking "what kind of bad thing could happen in New Orleans". It was just weird, so it may be nothing.....

O_O
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Or it may be something. i still remember watching the ice skating (about the only thing i watch) at the Winter Olympics in 1984. Could not shake a MAJOR feeling
of angst and depression while watching, and usually i love ice skating.

The 1984 winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo.
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Southwest Louisiana here.
The local news doesn't report on serious things like this, they like to talk more about what is going on in Hollywood. I have tried to report real news on their page, backed by legit documents, and they get deleted. Once I was banned. I gave up on msm and now rely on sites like this.
Thank you.
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11/26/2012 11:20 AM
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So, I went to intellicast.com 's interactive weather map and clicked future. This is what it shows.

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11/26/2012 11:24 AM
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Hey, Southwest LA. I am NE just off the Mississippi river. The skies here are getting dark again, hope you guys stay safe down there. Don't light a match.
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11/26/2012 12:47 PM

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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

SPC Day1 outlook from @nwsspc is a slight risk from "ArkLaTex" to portions of the Lower MS Valley.
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11/26/2012 12:52 PM

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Any of the storms over the sinkhole area yet?
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Drudge headline tonight:

SINKHOLE HELLSTORM

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Any of the storms over the sinkhole area yet?
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No

Just light rain
You need to figure it out !
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It does look and feel like it could get stormy
You need to figure it out !
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I love these threads if, for no other reason, the GLP effect kicks in!
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I love these threads if, for no other reason, the GLP effect kicks in!
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I hope so! hf
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The weather channel talked about snow in Vermont, fog in San Fran,and even a light dusting in northern Mo., but nothing whatsoever about La. Very strange to me as it seems a large storm is coming out of texas and that cold front is dropping from the north,good conditions for something nasty!

[link to radar.weather.gov]
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The weather channel talked about snow in Vermont, fog in San Fran,and even a light dusting in northern Mo., but nothing whatsoever about La. Very strange to me as it seems a large storm is coming out of texas and that cold front is dropping from the north,good conditions for something nasty!

[link to radar.weather.gov]
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yes you can count on it...
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The weather channel talked about snow in Vermont, fog in San Fran,and even a light dusting in northern Mo., but nothing whatsoever about La. Very strange to me as it seems a large storm is coming out of texas and that cold front is dropping from the north,good conditions for something nasty!

[link to radar.weather.gov]
 Quoting: shadasonic


yes you can count on it...
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[link to twitter.com]
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

RT @accu_henry: Thunderstorms over southern Missouri will start to feed the blossoming snow area coming northeast.
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The weather channel talked about snow in Vermont, fog in San Fran,and even a light dusting in northern Mo., but nothing whatsoever about La. Very strange to me as it seems a large storm is coming out of texas and that cold front is dropping from the north,good conditions for something nasty!

[link to radar.weather.gov]
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Maybe you should take another look
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I just pop by GLP every now and then.
Took a look at the other storm posts last night(listed on your profile) and thought this was just another one of those kind of doom/gloom storm posts.

Came back today, sure enough, storms brewing.

What does your crystal ball say about 1-3 inches for the PA area?
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The location of activity on this weather radar map is interesting...Kind of sits near the NM fault from the gulf up...
[link to www.wwltv.com]
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I just pop by GLP every now and then.
Took a look at the other storm posts last night(listed on your profile) and thought this was just another one of those kind of doom/gloom storm posts.

Came back today, sure enough, storms brewing.

What does your crystal ball say about 1-3 inches for the PA area?
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i don't have cristal balls, just follow this two wonderfull metereologists!
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The location of activity on this weather radar map is interesting...Kind of sits near the NM fault from the gulf up...
[link to www.wwltv.com]
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so what do you think?
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Jim Cantore‏@JimCantore

Area in blue being monitored for a #Severe watch: [link to www.spc.noaa.gov] … #TXWx #LAwx
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4 minAccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Storms to unleash over the South starting today: [link to www.accuweather.com]
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Locally drenching downpours to locally strong thunderstorms will kick off the week over parts of the South.

Initially, the greatest risk from the storms will be for isolated incidents of large hail. However, as warmth builds over the region and the air turns more humid ahead of an approaching front from the west, storms with damaging wind gusts and even a couple of tornadoes are possible.

Throughout the event, blinding downpours with the potential for urban flooding will be a risk.

As is the case with any thunderstorms, there can be cloud-to-ground lightning strikes with no notice.

Lightning strikes and locally strong winds will bring a risk of sporadic power outages, which may not sit well for Cyber Monday shoppers.

A storm dipping toward the lower Mississippi Valley, before swinging up the Atlantic Seaboard will briefly grab Gulf of Mexico warmth and humidity.



Cities likely to experience thunderstorms include Houston and Austin, Texas; Shreveport and New Orleans, La.; and Biloxi and Jackson, Miss.

There will be scattered showers and thunderstorms around during the day Monday across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. These storms should not be severe but will contain locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds.

However, during Monday evening, thunderstorms are forecast by AccuWeather.com to become severe across parts of northeastern Texas and southern Arkansas. The remnants of these storms will then drift southeastward Monday night into Tuesday morning toward the central and northwestern Gulf Coast.



While the severe weather potential will be lower Tuesday, there will still be thunderstorms from southeastern Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Any of these thunderstorms could contain heavy rainfall.

The storms will affect part of the I-10 and I-20 corridors in the South Central states.

Elsewhere, there is little risk of new power outages across the nation on Monday.

Any non-flooding rain and non-severe thunderstorms would be welcomed in the South Central states and in the Southeast as rainfall deficits are mounting in the region.

For example, parts of the Houston area have received only a little over an inch of rain since Oct. 1. The normal rainfall for the period is about 9.50 inches.



Rainfall with the storm system is likely to be rather spotty upon reaching the southern Atlantic Seaboard Tuesday with the storm forecast by AccuWeather.com to track over the mid-Atlantic. However, the potential for a locally strong thunderstorm will also shift in that direction.
[link to www.accuweather.com]
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I posted this on another thread..

"Cymatics are making an appearance in our atmosphere today in south east Texas. This leads me to believe that some chemtrails merely serve as markers in the atmosphere, to aim whatever creates these frequencies accurately whether it is ground-based or by satellite orbiting. These frequencies diminish the fluid pattern of our weather, causing rain not to form but all the ingredients are still there.
We were supposed to have severe weather here with tornadoes, just like how east of me in Louisiana is today. These frequencies are creating sporadic wave patterns within the atmosphere not just clouds, therefore destroying any chance of rain, leaving only the ingredients there unable to form precipitation.

That is my take on one type of chemtrail. Other types serve different purpose. Anyone in Louisiana, has the weather been as severe as projected? Or "for-some-reason" did the meteorologists all of a sudden forget how to accurately predict weather.."
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Ryan Maue‏@RyanMaue

1.33 km highest-resolution NAM-FireWx nest plopped over TX/LA shows major squall in near-term forecast. [link to twitter.com]

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