Arizona's fire danger to increase Saturday; Adrian hits Category 4

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:06 PM GMT on June 10, 2011

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The powerful winds that have fanned Arizona's massive Wallow fire into the state's second largest fire on record will remain relatively modest on Friday, and the forecast for Eastern Arizona calls for afternoon winds of just 10 - 15 mph. On Thursday, Luna, New Mexico, located about 50 miles northeast of the fire, had sustained winds that peaked at just 12 mph, with gusts to 22. These are the lightest afternoon winds the fire region has seen all week, though firefighting efforts were hindered by very low relative humidities that reached 5% on Thursday. Firefighters were able to make progress Thursday, and the Wallow fire is now 5% contained. Unfortunately, NOAA's Storm Prediction Center forecasts that critical fire conditions will return on Saturday and Sunday, with strong southwest winds of 15 - 20 mph, gusting to 35 mph. The return of critical fire conditions this weekend means that the Wallow fire will likely become Arizona's largest wildfire in history, a distinction currently held by the 2002 Rodeo-Chediski fire (732 square miles.) The Wallow fire has grown steadily from 300 square miles on Sunday to 603 square miles on Thursday--about 50% of the size of Rhode Island.


Figure 1. Smoke from Arizona fires, including the Wallow Fire, continued traveling toward the northeast on June 8, 2011. As the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on the Terra satellite acquired this natural-color image at 12:10 Central Daylight Time, thick smoke stretched from New Mexico and Texas northeastward to Illinois. Image credit: NASA Earth Observatory.

94L bringing heavy rains to the Bahamas
The large, disorganized tropical disturbance (94L) that brought heavy rains to Jamaica, Cuba, and Haiti early this week reorganized slightly overnight, and is now bringing heavy rains to the Bahama Islands. The storm killed at least 23 people in Haiti earlier this week, due to torrential flooding rains. Satellite-estimated rainfall amounts indicate 8 -10 inches of rain fell over Haiti's southwestern peninsula this week. None of the reliable computer models is showing development of 94L into a tropical depression, and NHC is giving the disturbance a 10% chance of developing by Sunday. Wind shear is a high 20 - 30 knots in the region between Cuba and South Carolina, making development unlikely. Elsewhere in the Atlantic, none of the reliable computer models is predicting tropical cyclone development over the next seven days.


Figure 2. Morning satellite image of Hurricane Adrian taken at 10:15am EDT June 10, 2011.

Annular Adrian becomes the first major hurricane of the Eastern Pacific hurricane season
Hurricane Adrian put on an impressive bout of rapid intensification Thursday, intensifying into the season's first major hurricane in the Eastern Pacific. Adrian is the globe's 6th Category 4 or stronger tropical cyclone of the year. Adrian is expected to remain far enough offshore the coast of Mexico to not pose a threat to that country. Gradual weakening is likely through the weekend, since Adrian will be tracking over cooler ocean waters. Adrian's decay will be slower than usual for a hurricane, since it has become what is called an annular hurricane. Annular hurricanes feature a large eye surrounded by a very thick eyewall, with no spiral rain bands. The very thick eyewall makes annular hurricanes resistant to weakening due to wind shear, dry air, or cool waters. Annular hurricanes are rare; only 3% of all Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones become annular, and 1% of all Atlantic ones.

A record 100-year flood on the Missouri River
The greatest flood in recorded history is occurring along sections of the Missouri River, which runs from Montana to St. Louis, Missouri. On Thursday, the river hit 28.0' feet at Williston, North Dakota, surpassing the record flood height set in 1912. The river is expected to continue to rise to 1.4' above the 1912 mark by Tuesday. This week, the Missouri River at Omaha, Nebraska surpassed the level set during the great 1993 flood, and the river's height is currently the 2nd greatest on record, 9' below the mark set in 1952. Water releases at the six flood control dams on the Missouri River are now at more than double their previous all-time highs; these dams were built between 1940 and 1964. This great 100-year flood on the Missouri River is just beginning, and is likely to cause major damage over the next few weeks.

Have a great weekend everyone, and I'll be back Monday with a new post.

Jeff Masters

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Arizona's Wallow fire blankets Albuquerque in smoke for days, but we got a real "breather" at last on 6/8/11
Albuquerque Smoke-Free for Now
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814 PM. Sun slipped down lower than the heavy clouds, but very heavy smoke. Almost didn't see it. Smoke comes from an over 100,000 acre fire in SW Az.
Sun Setting on Heavy Smoke

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1129. Grothar
There are some estimates of over 25,000 people dying directly due to the dust storms during this period.

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1127. Grothar
Quoting KoritheMan:

I seriously can't believe the dust bowl of the 1930s was worse than this...


trust me, it was bad. Much, much worse than this
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1126. Grothar
Quoting ProgressivePulse:
Evening All.

Sulking tonight. It is June right?




yes, it is June, but I am never sure of the year. How you guys doing?
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Chile ash cloud hits Tassie, NZ flights.

QANTAS has cancelled 22 flights to and from New Zealand and Tasmania due to a cloud of volcanic ash from South America.

A Qantas spokeswoman said all 14 flights in and out of Tasmania today had been cancelled.

Eight flights between Australia and Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown had also been grounded, she said.

The cancellations affect about 1500 passengers and Qantas is attempting to contact everyone ahead of their scheduled flight.

"We are doing our best to do a call out to everyone that we can," the spokeswoman said.

Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand, however, will continue to fly into New Zealand and Tasmania.

A Virgin spokeswoman says the airline has altered flights and the height at which they will fly to the island state and New Zealand today.

She said Virgin's flight operations team was working with the Bureau of Meteorology and monitoring the situation.

Air New Zealand said it had no cancellations or delays due to the ash cloud.

The Puyehue volcano in Chile began erupting on June 4, with the initial ash plume reaching above 15,240m.

Last night, strong winds carried the main part of the cloud towards New Zealand, Andrew Tupper, head of the Bureau of Meteorology's Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in Darwin, said.

The Qantas spokeswoman said staff were monitoring the situation and it was not yet known if the cloud would force further cancellations tomorrow.
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Evening All.

Sulking tonight. It is June right?

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1122. Levi32
Quoting wunderkidcayman:

no that is a strong Tropical Wave


Actually it's the trade winds. Not a low pressure area of any kind, unfortunately. The colors represent wind speed, which makes it look intense, but the trade winds are commonly that strong in the central Caribbean.

*Edit: I was only looking at that one image. Upon examining the whole run, the area of winds propagates WNW, so it would most likely be a tropical wave in that case. My bad.
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Quoting AtHomeInTX:


Phew! Good I did remember the right word for it. Lol. It has been a while. :)
I seriously can't believe the dust bowl of the 1930s was worse than this...
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1120. emcf30

That did not come out right. Click to see animation
Link
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Quoting AtHomeInTX:


Ok thanks. :) Hope it does bring rain up here.

and I think I saw the NOGAPS showing the Wave developing a low so the ECMWF and the NOGAPS is showing this strong wave
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How about this one:

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GULF OF MEXICO...
A 1015 MB HIGH IS CENTERED OVER THE N GULF OF MEXICO AT 29N88W
PRODUCING FAIR WEATHER OVER THE GULF. 5-10 KT ANTICYCLONIC WINDS
DOMINATES THE GULF N OF 22N. COMPOSITE RADAR IMAGERY SHOWS
RAINSHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER INLAND LOUISIANA...
MISSISSIPPI...AND ALABAMA. SIMILAR CONVECTION IS OVER S FLORIDA
AND THE STRAITS OF FLORIDA S OF 27N. IN THE UPPER LEVELS AN
UPPER LEVEL LOW IS CENTERED OVER N FLORIDA AT 29N83W. STRONG
SUBSIDENCE COVERS THE ENTIRE GULF. EXPECT...CONTINUED CONVECTION
OVER THE STRAITS OF FLORIDA OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

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Quoting KoritheMan:

Rain? What's that? *ponders for five minutes*

Oh. OH. Rain! I forgot for a second. Now I get it. You're talking about the stuff that falls from the sky as water. Gotcha.


Phew! Good I did remember the right word for it. Lol. It has been a while. :)
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000
WTPZ41 KNHC 120247
TCDEP1

TROPICAL STORM ADRIAN DISCUSSION NUMBER 19
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL EP012011
800 PM PDT SAT JUN 11 2011

A BURST OF DEEP CONVECTION FORMED IN THE NORTHEASTERN QUADRANT OF
THE LOW-LEVEL CIRCULATION OF ADRIAN DURING THE AFTERNOON...WHICH
MAY HAVE BRIEFLY HALTED THE WEAKENING PROCESS. SINCE THEN...
HOWEVER...CONVECTION HAS BEEN ON WANE. AN AVERAGE OF SATELLITE
INTENSITY ESTIMATES FROM TAFB...SAB...AND UW-CIMSS ADT SUPPORT AN
INITIAL INTENSITY OF 40 KT FOR THIS ADVISORY.

ADRIAN HAS BEEN MOVING SLIGHTLY NORTH OF DUE WEST...OR 275/10. MOST
OF THE MODEL GUIDANCE TAKES ADRIAN WESTWARD TO WEST-NORTHWESTWARD
FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS AND THEN TURN THE SYSTEM TOWARD NORTHWEST OR
NORTH. HOWEVER...ANY SIGNIFICANT GAIN IN LATITUDE SEEMS RATHER
UNLIKELY SINCE ADRIAN IS WEAKENING INTO A SHALLOW SYSTEM RATHER
THAN MAINTAINING VERTICAL INTEGRITY LIKE MOST OF THE GLOBAL AND
REGIONAL MODELS ARE FORECASTING. SATELLITE IMAGERY INDICATES THE
MID- TO UPPER-LEVEL CIRCULATION OF ADRIAN HAS BEEN SHEARED MORE
THAN 200 NMI TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE LOW-LEVEL CENTER...AND SURFACE
OBSERVATIONS INDICATE THE STRONG LOW-LEVEL RIDGE TO THE NORTH OF
THE CYCLONE IS BUILDING SOUTHWARD FASTER THAN THE MODELS HAVE BEEN
FORECASTING. THE RESULT IS THAT ADRIAN AND ITS SHALLOW REMNANTS ARE
NOW EXPECTED TO MAINTAIN MORE OF A WEST TO WEST-NORTHWARD MOTION
THROUGHOUT THE FORECAST PERIOD. THE FORECAST TRACK IS TO THE LEFT
OF THE PREVIOUS ADVISORY TRACK AND LIES ALONG THE EXTREME LEFT SIDE
OF THE GUIDANCE ENVELOPE.

NOW THAT THE LOW- AND UPPER-LEVEL CIRCULATIONS HAVE DECOUPLED...
ADRIAN SHOULD WEAKEN FAIRLY QUICKLY DUE TO COOLER SSTS...A MORE
STABLE ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT...AND INCREASING WESTERLY WIND
SHEAR. THERE MAY BE SOME BRIEF BURSTS OF MODEST CONVECTION FOR THE
NEXT 12 HOURS OR SO...BUT THE GENERAL TREND SHOULD BE FOR CONTINUED
WEAKENING...WITH ADRIAN BECOMING A NON-CONVECTIVE REMNANT LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEM IN 18-24 HOURS...IF NOT SOONER.


FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 12/0300Z 15.8N 113.9W 40 KT 45 MPH
12H 12/1200Z 16.1N 115.0W 30 KT 35 MPH
24H 13/0000Z 16.7N 116.1W 25 KT 30 MPH...POST-TROP/REMNT LOW
36H 13/1200Z 17.3N 117.0W 25 KT 30 MPH...POST-TROP/REMNT LOW
48H 14/0000Z 18.5N 118.0W 25 KT 30 MPH...POST-TROP/REMNT LOW
72H 15/0000Z...DISSIPATED

$$
FORECASTER STEWART
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Quoting AtHomeInTX:


Hope it does bring rain up here.
Rain? What's that? *ponders for five minutes*

Oh. OH. Rain! I forgot for a second. Now I get it. You're talking about the stuff that falls from the sky as water. Gotcha.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Testing out for the season...boy would this be nice for FL.



Boy would it be!
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Quoting wunderkidcayman:

no that is a strong Tropical Wave


Ok thanks. :) Hope it does bring rain up here.
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Testing out for the season...boy would this be nice for FL.

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Quoting AtHomeInTX:

Is this showing another monsoonal type low that never actually develops? Looks like it goes into the gulf toward the TX coast before dying out. Can't tell if it would have rain with it.



no that is a strong Tropical Wave
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1107. docrod
Still waiting for rain in the FL Keys. Another teasing evening with outflow from both Cuba and the Everglades.

I got about 30 gallons left of rain water rationed away. The National Weather Service Key West has kicked the rain can down the road to Sunday.

But I suppose I should be careful what I wish for.

... as the mosquito spray truck passes my house ... true ...

ZONE FORECASTS FOR THE FLORIDA KEYS...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
721 PM EDT SAT JUN 11 2011

FLZ078-077-076-121130-
MONROE UPPER KEYS-MONROE MIDDLE KEYS-MONROE LOWER KEYS-
INCLUDING THE COMMUNITIES OF...KEY LARGO...MARATHON...KEY WEST
721 PM EDT SAT JUN 11 2011

UPDATED TO DECREASE POPS FIRST PERIOD

.TONIGHT...PARTLY CLOUDY. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.
LOWS IN THE UPPER 70S. LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS. CHANCE OF RAIN 20
PERCENT.
.SUNDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
IN THE MORNING. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IN THE
AFTERNOON. HIGHS IN THE UPPER 80S. SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS 5 TO 10
MPH. CHANCE OF RAIN 50 PERCENT.
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Quoting emcf30:


Very cool animation BSL, thanks for sharing.


My pleasure
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Is this showing another monsoonal type low that never actually develops? Looks like it goes into the gulf toward the TX coast before dying out. Can't tell if it would have rain with it.


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Quoting wunderkidcayman:
DID YOU KNOW:

We hadn't had a Cat 5 hurricane in 4 years and We hadn't had a Major hurricane in the Caribbean in 3 years maybe this year we might not be so lucky
You guys in the Caribbean are definitely overdue for a major hurricane, but a Category 5 not so much.
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From NHC's 8pm TWD:

TROPICAL WAVE EXTENDS FROM 15N46W TO 5N48W MOVING NW 10-15 KT. WELL DEFINED CYCLONIC CURVATURE IS NOTED ON VISIBLE SATELLITE IMAGERY. THE SSMI TOTAL PRECIPITABLE WATER IMAGERY ALSO SHOWS THE WAVE AMPLIFICATION OF DEEP LAYER MOISTURE. ISOLATED SHOWERS ARE WITHIN 90 NM OF THE WAVE AXIS.
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2351 LEBANON LEBANON PA 4034 7642 TORNADO IN NORTH ANNVILLE TWSP. - EXTENSIVE DEBRIS (CTP)

0049 3 NW FOLLETT LIPSCOMB TX 3646 10018 OFF DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE IS REPORTING A RAIN WRAPPED TORNADO ON THE GROUND. (AMA)

0050 5 N BOYD BEAVER OK 3677 10082 BRIEF TORNADO AND BECAME RAIN WRAPPED. (AMA)
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1101. wunderkidcayman
2:33 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
DID YOU KNOW:

We hadn't had a Cat 5 hurricane in 4 years and We hadn't had a Major hurricane in the Caribbean in 3 years maybe this year we might not be so lucky
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1100. blsealevel
2:30 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
hope that gets further south west

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1099. galvestonhurricane
2:26 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting IKE:
384 hour 18Z GFS offers hope. If you believe it, please post tonight's winning lottery #'s here in Florida...




08-27-19-87-34-6 haha
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1098. AtHomeInTX
2:20 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting PcolaDan:
This is getting frustrating. Just had some go north of me. Another built west of me and went west. Now this one east of me looks like it will go south of me.
AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!



Good evening everyone. I know how ya feel Dan. Watched the showers missing me on radar the other night. They went in an arc around my area as if I truly did have a dome over my house. UGH! Frustrating it is! Hope you get some rain. :)
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1097. blsealevel
2:19 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
better then nothing i suppose.

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1096. Patrap
2:18 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
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1095. charlottefl
2:17 AM GMT on June 12, 2011


Quoting PcolaDan:
This is getting frustrating. Just had some go north of me. Another built west of me and went west. Now this one east of me looks like it will go south of me.
AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!



Forgot what rain looks like on radar lol..
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1094. blsealevel
2:15 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Kinda like when you fill a bath tub with the warm water running the further away from the spout the cooler the water and if you where to take your hand and push the warm water to the back of the tub it being warm water bounces off the back of tub and returns to the spout leaving cooler waters problem is that temperature change causes all sorts of problems globally like slipping on the wet floor around the tub after the experiment!
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1093. PcolaDan
2:09 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
This is getting frustrating. Just had some go north of me. Another built west of me and went west. Now this one east of me looks like it will go south of me.
AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!

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1092. RTLSNK
2:08 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting bohonkweatherman:
Where are you located? Do you need the rain? If so I am happy for you. I wish I could take alot of the Flood Waters and put them in the drought areas.


Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier, we had a bolt of lightning hit somewhere close and got a power surge that took out our wireless modem for awhile. I've put surge protectors on all of the electronics throughout the house so nothing was damaged. Just had to wait for the modem to fire back up again.

I see Pottery covered for me. Yes, we live just NW of the city of Macon, Georgia.

We've had drought conditions for some time now, but not as bad as other states.
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1090. emcf30
2:04 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting blsealevel:
This explains it.


Link


Very cool animation BSL, thanks for sharing.
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1089. pottery
2:01 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting blsealevel:
This explains it.


Link

Same motion employed by Dolphins and Whales to move along with...
Nice one!
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1086. blsealevel
1:57 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
This explains it.


Link
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1085. emcf30
1:55 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Ouch, This would hurt

450 6 NNE DARROUZETT BEAVER OK 3653 1002 8 (AMA)

450 5 W BEAVER BEAVER OK 3681 10061 GOLFBALL TO SOFTBALL SIZE HAIL. (AMA)
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1084. AstroHurricane001
1:53 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting hurricaneeye:


In fact the NHC has a 1007 in the SW carib. baesd on their 8:00 pm surface analysis


A series of convective monsoonal storms that fade as they depart from the main low.
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1082. AstroHurricane001
1:50 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
The weather system from which Hurricane Alex developed was first discernible as a disturbance in the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) on June 17, 2010.[1] Over the next few days, most of its associated thunderstorm activity was embedded within the ITCZ.[2] The National Hurricane Center (NHC) first mentioned the wave on June 20, while it was crossing the Windward Islands into the southeastern Caribbean Sea; at the time, upper-level wind shear was considered only marginally favorable for development.[3]

If Hurricane Alex of 2010 could be considered in the early phases of its depression stage out in the Central Atlantic as early as mid-June, would that make it the third extra-Caribbean June storm?

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1081. pottery
1:48 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting Levi32:


I thought it was late? Based on this:

Compare the normal June 10th line to the actual June 5-11 line.


Well, all the lines in the world dont mean anything if they are wrong.. :):))
Yeah, the Rains came 5 days early.
From BBC website earlier today.

Another noteworthy item on BBC website... currently up.
Phil Jones, who is often quoted as a Scientist who was sceptical about Global Warming, has changed his outlook after reviewing current data.
He says that warming since 1995 is "significant" and shows that we have a problem.
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1080. hurricaneeye
1:48 AM GMT on June 12, 2011
Quoting stormpetrol:

Been watching that area from this morning, even though that area has been labelled as semi-permanent low or Colombian low, that is the area where most June and Novemeber storms usually originate if I remember correctly, BTW Have you ever felt it this hot in June in Grand Cayman, heat indexwise that is?


In fact the NHC has a 1007 in the SW carib. baesd on their 8:00 pm surface analysis
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