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Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?

 
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Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?

Well...we have been watching all of the x-class
flares going off from the sun--and the spin-off
effects look to be the energizing and turning
of Hawaii's Hurricane Ana, now a "Tropical Storm"
with a trajectory toward the U.S.A./Canada coasts.


Weather models look for it to reach landfall in
the Vancouver, BC area in approx. 72 hours
(or by Monday or Tuesday, but that could change given
the current solar storms! You can even see the little
red arc that appears in Dutchsince's weather model
which was the impulse of the X-class 3 we had! Wow!

From Dutchsince:

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
FairUSE (Education/discussion)

Looks to be an interesting week ahead!
If you are in the Pacific Northwest, be watching
your local weather reports.

Here is general 4-minute news from "Suspicious Observers"
--he does mention the Tropical Storm Ana with graphics
as well. He starts talking about it at approx 2:00 min.
mark in the video. Also points out some very wierd
cloud formations--these also appeared during X-class 3
flares back in 2011 and the cloud formations were in
utube videos before the Japan quake and tsunami 2011!


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
FairUSE

cheers
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?

Well...we have been watching all of the x-class
flares going off from the sun--and the spin-off
effects look to be the energizing and turning
of Hawaii's Hurricane Ana, now a "Tropical Storm"
with a trajectory toward the U.S.A./Canada coasts.


Weather models look for it to reach landfall in
the Vancouver, BC area in approx. 72 hours
(or by Monday or Tuesday, but that could change given
the current solar storms! You can even see the little
red arc that appears in Dutchsince's weather model
which was the impulse of the X-class 3 we had! Wow!

From Dutchsince:

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
:FairUSE: (Education/discussion)

Looks to be an interesting week ahead!
If you are in the Pacific Northwest, be watching
your local weather reports.

cheers
O'sCookie
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here in vancouver Wa. We had some extreme wind all day yesterday. Lots of power outages from portland oregon up in to southwestern Washington.
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?
Surely unprecedented. I can't think of another time where a tropical cyclone maintained (sub)tropical characteristics that high up there.
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Surely unprecedented. I can't think of another time where a tropical cyclone maintained (sub)tropical characteristics that high up there.
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There is a new theory called the "Uh Yen Theory"
coming out of the Suspicious Observers site.
Has to do with a correlation between severe storms
and solar flares. We've had some really off-the
-wall solar flares all week with a sun spot which
is said to be the largest in 24 years...That's
saying something!

Seems like all bets are off with trying to predict
what's next! Just stay in touch with your local
weather station and stock up on some extra supplies
in case you lose power or have trouble with
transportation. Could get very wet!
cheers
O'sCookie
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?
NE WA state, was up all night watching for any trees to come down from loud roaring winds and listening to the house shake.
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?
We're gonna get hit with a tropical storm?

Cool!

I should check the weather more often.
It's getting to the point where I'm no fun anymore.

I am sorry.
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NE WA state, was up all night watching for any trees to come down from loud roaring winds and listening to the house shake.
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Wow! Be safe! We are in the Pacific NW also--Montana
here. Will be getting the effects of the storm ourselves.
Had very odd weather the past few days, too. Lots
of wind...expecting some action tonight--then when the
Tropical storm hits we'll really be in for it!
Check Utube's Suspicious Observer and Dutchsince--both
can be googled. I check them everyday.
cheers
O'sCookie
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?
NE WA state, was up all night watching for any trees to come down from loud roaring winds and listening to the house shake.
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Wow! Be safe! We are in the Pacific NW also--Montana
here. Will be getting the effects of the storm ourselves.
Had very odd weather the past few days, too. Lots
of wind...expecting some action tonight--then when the
Tropical storm hits we'll really be in for it!
Check Utube's Suspicious Observer and Dutchsince--both
can be googled. I check them everyday.
cheers
O'sCookie
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I went to feed and let the chickens out this morning and they said the hell with the food and tried to fallow me into the house, banging on the front door, we want in. They got spooked by the thunder, lightning and winds. The animals are not happy about winter on the way either.

The wind blew all the tarps off my wood, but thank goodness none on the house and road to worry about today.
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?
NE WA state, was up all night watching for any trees to come down from loud roaring winds and listening to the house shake.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63956453


Wow! Be safe! We are in the Pacific NW also--Montana
here. Will be getting the effects of the storm ourselves.
Had very odd weather the past few days, too. Lots
of wind...expecting some action tonight--then when the
Tropical storm hits we'll really be in for it!
Check Utube's Suspicious Observer and Dutchsince--both
can be googled. I check them everyday.
cheers
O'sCookie
 Quoting: TheOracle'sCookie


I went to feed and let the chickens out this morning and they said the hell with the food and tried to fallow me into the house, banging on the front door, we want in. They got spooked by the thunder, lightning and winds. The animals are not happy about winter on the way either.

The wind blew all the tarps off my wood, but thank goodness none on the house and road to worry about today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 63956453

That's funny about your chickens! Didn't know chickens
did that!
Having pretty strong winds in NW Montana today--will
be an interesting couple of days...went to the store
and got supplies. Here we go!
cheer
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Slightly north of Vancouver BC here and looking forward to a storm strong enough to fill my compost pile with seaweed after the event!
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Slightly north of Vancouver BC here and looking forward to a storm strong enough to fill my compost pile with seaweed after the event!
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wooOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHOOO!! hope the power goes out!!!!
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Great, just in time for Halloween - dang little goblins will be wet for sure this year.
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Re: Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Braces for "Tropical Storm Ana"--Landfall by Mon/Tues?
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We are getting some winds now in NW Montana. Snow
is on the mountain tops...here comes winter!!

verycold

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