4 out of 5 Americans affected by weather-related disasters since 2006, study finds

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 5:55 PM GMT on February 20, 2012

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Since 2006 , federally declared weather-related disasters in the United States have affected counties housing 242 million people--or roughly four out of five Americans. That's the remarkable finding of Environment America, who last week released a detailed report on extreme weather events in the U.S. The report analyzed FEMA data to study the number of federally declared weather-related disasters. More than 15 million Americans live in counties that have averaged one or more weather-related disasters per year since the beginning of 2006. Ten U.S. counties--six in Oklahoma, two in Nebraska, and one each in Missouri and South Dakota--have each experienced ten or more declared weather-related disasters since 2006. South Carolina was the only state without a weather-related disaster since 2006. The report did a nice job explaining the linkages between extreme weather events and climate change, and concluded, "The increasing evidence linking global warming to certain types of extreme weather events--underscored by the degree to which those events are already both a common and an extremely disruptive fact of life in the United States--suggests that the nation should take the steps needed now to prevent the worst impacts of global warming and to prepare for the changes that are inevitably coming down the road."




Figure 1. County-level map of federally-declared weather-related disasters between 2006 - 2011. Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in the Midwest, and heavy rains and snows from Nor'easters, hurricanes, and other storms in the Northeast gave those two regions the most disaster declarations. An interactive version of this map that allows one to click and see the individual disasters by county is on the Environment America website.

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Quoting washingtonian115:
El nino will be here in fall at the rate it's forming.I'm surprised La nina has actually collasped this fast.Mmmmm....


Look how the Pacific has warmed in a short period of time.

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WARNING THIS POST IS ABOUT WEATHER.Anyway tomorrow will be 70 degrees.We've had a mini heat wave(for february anyway)so far.However temps are suppose to be near average by Saturday.The flowers were sroupting outside.I noticed this when I decided to have lunch outside the office today.Weird...
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Quoting RTSplayer:


Denying evolution isn't exactly true of what I've said.

It's clear things change.

The difference is in how and why they change, and I think the order and manner in which I believe things to be.

atheists claim to believe life and the universe are an accident.

I find this preposterous.

When you really dig into the facts, the real physicists believe in God whether they realize it or not. They are always looking for a deeper origin of the universe through attempting to discover, define, and describe more fundamental layers of reality.

As I said a few days ago, both the Bible and Aquinas equate God to "The rational principle that governs the universe".

Any attempt to describe or understand the universe is ultimately an attempt to understand God, or at the very least any intermediate mechanisms he employed through creation.

I cannot accept the atheist belief in life as a random accident or some combination of chance and selection, because that is not rational. The universe is far too ordered and even redundant in it's very laws for randomness or chance to be considered as rational. Many modern scientists are beginning to realize that.


Yet giving the credit for all the order in the universe to a magic sky wizard (of any particular denomination) is completely irrational as well.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
This would be true if we were still on the gold standard.

I did say it wasn't perfect. How would you explain it?
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Quoting RTSplayer:


Denying evolution isn't exactly true of what I've said.

It's clear things change.

The difference is in how and why they change, and I think the order and manner in which I believe things to be.

atheists claim to believe life and the universe are an accident.

I find this preposterous.

When you really dig into the facts, the real physicists believe in God whether they realize it or not. They are always looking for a deeper origin of the universe through attempting to discover, define, and describe more fundamental layers of reality.

As I said a few days ago, both the Bible and Aquinas equate God to "The rational principle that governs the universe".

Any attempt to describe or understand the universe is ultimately an attempt to understand God, or at the very least any intermediate mechanisms he employed through creation.

I cannot accept the atheist belief in life as a random accident or some combination of chance and selection, because that is not rational. The universe is far too ordered and even redundant in it's very laws for randomness or chance to be considered as rational. Many modern scientists are beginning to realize that.
Are you a Star Trek character? You are the most interesting poster I'v ever seen.
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Quoting uncwhurricane85:
enough with this currency stuff.....you all arent, nor can do anything about it, you will do whatever the government tells you to do.

How about these models pumping out this big noreaste the around march 2nd??????


currency < weather..............get it together!
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1085. bappit
More water vapor in the air, the lower the LCL?
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Quoting TomTaylor:
True, but in my opinion, your idea is equally absurd.

Anyway I'm done here. Sorry for ripping into you today, but you post a lot of things I strongly disagree with...like denying evolution, denying the life cycle of a main sequence star, saying we should print 15 trillion dollars and thinking that trains magically go from 16mph to 0mph in a hundredth of a second.


Denying evolution isn't exactly true of what I've said.

It's clear things change.

The difference is in how and why they change, and I think the order and manner in which I believe things to be.

atheists claim to believe life and the universe are an accident.

I find this preposterous.

When you really dig into the facts, the real physicists believe in God whether they realize it or not. They are always looking for a deeper origin of the universe through attempting to discover, define, and describe more fundamental layers of reality.

As I said a few days ago, both the Bible and Aquinas equate God to "The rational principle that governs the universe".

Any attempt to describe or understand the universe is ultimately an attempt to understand God, or at the very least any intermediate mechanisms he employed through creation.

I cannot accept the atheist belief in life as a random accident or some combination of chance and selection, because that is not rational. The universe is far too ordered and even redundant in it's very laws for randomness or chance to be considered as rational. Many modern scientists are beginning to realize that.
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El nino will be here in fall at the rate it's forming.I'm surprised La nina has actually collasped this fast.Mmmmm....
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Quoting Texasdrifter:
Dollars are kind of like stocks. Each one worth 1/1,000,000,000,000
Of the United States value. Increasing the number of dollars just make the fraction larger. The value of the United States is the same. Not a perfect analogy but the easiest way I can explain it.
This would be true if we were still on the gold standard.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


No, it wouldn't.

a 1-trillion dollar bill is useless except to make a transaction of 1 trillion dollars, which absolutely nobody ever does. Effectively making the bill "worthless".

1 billion "hundred dollar bills" can still be spent in ordinary transactions.


It would still make the value of the dollar almost 0, its stupid.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


No, it wouldn't.

a 1-trillion dollar bill is useless except to make a transaction of 1 trillion dollars, which absolutely nobody ever does. Effectively making the bill "worthless".

1 billion "hundred dollar bills" can still be spent in ordinary transactions.
No, someone could break the trillion dollar bill for ten billion one hundred dollar bills.

Problem solved.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


No, it wouldn't.

a 1-trillion dollar bill is useless except to make a transaction of 1 trillion dollars, which absolutely nobody ever does. Effectively making the bill "worthless".

1 billion "hundred dollar bills" can still be spent in ordinary transactions.
Yes but it would have the same affect on inflation. YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER ABOUT INFLATIONNNNN!!!
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Cloud height decreasing on Earth and NASA scientists are unsure why
Posted on February 22, 2012
February 22, 2012 – EARTH - Earth’s clouds got a little lower — about one percent on average — during the first decade of this century, finds a new NASA-funded university study based on NASA satellite data. The results have potential implications for future global climate. Data from NASA’s MISR instrument on NASA’s Terra spacecraft show that global average cloud height declined by about 1 percent over the decade from 2000 to 2010, or around 100 to 130 feet (30 to 40 meters). Lead researcher Roger Davies said that while the record is too short to be definitive, it provides a hint that something quite important might be going on. Longer-term monitoring will be required to determine the significance of the observation for global temperatures. A consistent reduction in cloud height would allow Earth to cool to space more efficiently, reducing the surface temperature of the planet and potentially slowing the effects of global warming. This may represent a “negative feedback” mechanism – a change caused by global warming that works to counteract it. “We don’t know exactly what causes the cloud heights to lower,” says Davies. “But it must be due to a change in the circulation patterns that give rise to cloud formation at high altitude.” NASA’s Terra spacecraft is scheduled to continue gathering data through the remainder of this decade. Scientists will continue to monitor the MISR data closely to see if this trend continues. –Physics

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Quoting TomTaylor:




It's over your head. Lol.

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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
It would have the same affect if you printed 15 one-trillion dollar bills as if you printed the same amount in other notes such as the 5, 10, 20, and 100.


No, it wouldn't.

a 1-trillion dollar bill is useless except to make a transaction of 1 trillion dollars, which absolutely nobody ever does. Effectively making the bill "worthless".

1 billion "hundred dollar bills" can still be spent in ordinary transactions.
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Quoting Texasdrifter:
Dollars are kind of like stocks. Each one worth 1/1,000,000,000,000
Of the United States value. Increasing the number of dollars just make the fraction larger. The value of the United States is the same. Not a perfect analogy but the easiest way I can explain it.


Good analogy.
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Quoting RTSplayer:
So anyway, a system of trade based on the laws of physics, time, space, energy, matter, etc, would be unbiased and always provide equal service for equal service.

Currency is unfair because it collapses all dimension to a single dimension, which clearly cannot capture the true essence of the multi-dimensional, multi-variable world, which is the economics of physics.
Ok I figured you out. What you want to see is the world go into a researched based economy. I actually fully support it but the fact is human technology and the mind set for such is not yet in place for one. Your a bit ahead of your time and need to stop acting as if its already in place. Until we are ready for such an economy the monetary system is the best solution. I have to admit you really give off the wrong message with how you were speaking.
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Dollars are kind of like stocks. Each one worth 1/1,000,000,000,000
Of the United States value. Increasing the number of dollars just make the fraction larger. The value of the United States is the same. Not a perfect analogy but the easiest way I can explain it.
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Quoting TomTaylor:
True, but in my opinion, your idea is equally absurd.

Anyway I'm done here. Sorry for ripping into you today, but you post a lot of things I strongly disagree with...like denying evolution, denying the life cycle of a main sequence star, saying we should print 15 trillion dollars and thinking that trains magically go from 16mph to 0mph in a hundredth of a second.


If they ran into me they would ;)
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Quoting RTSplayer:
So anyway, a system of trade based on the laws of physics, time, space, energy, matter, etc, would be unbiased and always provide equal service for equal service.

Currency is unfair because it collapses all dimension to a single dimension, which clearly cannot capture the true essence of the multi-dimensional, multi-variable world, which is the economics of physics.


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enough with this currency stuff.....you all arent, nor can do anything about it, you will do whatever the government tells you to do.

How about these models pumping out this big noreaste the around march 2nd??????
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Winter storm warning issued for summits of Hawaii Big Island
Posted on February 22, 2012
February 22, 2012 HAWAII - The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a winter storm warning for the summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa until 6 a.m. Wednesday (Feb 22) for elevations above 8,000 feet. A winter storm warning means significant amounts of snow, sleet and ice are expected or is occurring. Strong winds are also possible. Sleet, snow and freezing rain will make for hazardous conditions for drivers and hikers. An additional three to four inches of snowfall is expected this afternoon and evening. As of 12:24 p.m. Tuesday (Feb 21) Mauna Kea Summit Access Road is closed at the Visitor Information Station due to ice and snow on roadways. Mauna Kea Rangers report that it is doubtful the road will be open today due to poor weather. A wind advisory is also in effect for Big Island summits over 8,000 feet until 6 a.m. Wednesday (Feb 22). Currently winds are 20-30 mph with gusts up to 45 mph. Winds this strong can bring down tree branches and make driving difficult, especially for high profile vehicles. Hawaii 247

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Quoting RTSplayer:


Correct. I said 15 trillion dollars in 5, 10, 20, 100...I never said anything about any ridiculous "trillion dollar bill," like that absurd Zimbabwe note.
True, but in my opinion, your idea is equally absurd.

Anyway I'm done here. Sorry for ripping into you today, but you post a lot of things I strongly disagree with...like denying evolution, denying the life cycle of a main sequence star, saying we should print 15 trillion dollars and thinking that trains magically go from 16mph to 0mph in a hundredth of a second.
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So anyway, a system of trade based on the laws of physics, time, space, energy, matter, etc, would be unbiased and always provide equal service for equal service.

Currency is unfair because it collapses all dimension to a single dimension, which clearly cannot capture the true essence of the multi-dimensional, multi-variable world, which is the economics of physics.
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did i MISS anything?
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1064. Patrap
GOM Sea Height Anomaly


2012



2011
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Quoting MAweatherboy1:
Wow! Wasn't expecting this situation to develop so quickly.


HRRR nailed it!
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Quoting RTSplayer:


Correct. I said 15 trillion dollars in 5, 10, 20, 100...I never said anything about any ridiculous "trillion dollar bill," like that absurd Zimbabwe note.
It would have the same affect if you printed 15 one-trillion dollar bills as if you printed the same amount in other notes such as the 5, 10, 20, and 100.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


the problem with currency is it doesn't evaluate things in a fair manner. It presents only one dimension of evaluation.


I had considered developing an "energy standard", sort of like the "gold standard," but it quickly becomes obvious that doesn't work.

Example.

If you defined a dollar in terms of Joules of energy, then let's say a gallon of gasoline is 131,000,000Joules. And we define a standard currency unit as exactly 1 gallon of gasoline worth of energy.

Well, it won't work for the same reason paper money doesn't work. The food you eat in a day on a 2000 calorie per day diet comes to 4,200,000Joules, and depending on what you ate, even if you ate "cheap", that much food actually costs more than the price of a gallon of gasoline, even though it is far lower in energy value.

If food and gasoline were priced on energy value, then you could buy a month's worth of food for the same price as a gallon of gasoline.


Since the Joule is a universal unit of energy (or rather a convenient unit for simple calculations) and since energy obeys universal laws which are un-biased, then the system could not be inflated.

But there is still a problem with it, in that many things we buy for structural properties or other properties besides just "energy," and so the scale would still not be a fair evaluation of those products.

Many things are simply not even on the same spectrum of values, when you think about it rationally.

a painting vs food vs a computer vs a hammer vs a gallon of gasoline...

Are all of those things seriously evaluated in the same paper dollars? Presently, yes, but it is a completely ridiculous form of trade which always ends up screwing somebody over in the end.
I'm impressed by this and at the same time I'm not. I think you want to look more into a researched based economy. At some point humanity will be ready for it but not with our current technology. That is why I support the monetary system until it seems humanity has come to the point it can handle it.
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I thought I heard someone on the Weather Channel this afternoon mention that the blob of storms in the NE Gulf was a product of unusually warm waters for this time of year. 'Just guessing that the blob that zipped across the NE Gulf and the northern FL Peninsula was a mesoscale complex, but whether that's right or wrong, does anyone know if it really was a product of the extra-warm Gulf waters we've got out there?

(t.i.a.)
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Quoting TomTaylor:


You said we should print 15 trillion dollars...


post 763


Correct. I said 15 trillion dollars in 5, 10, 20, 100...I never said anything about any ridiculous "trillion dollar bill," like that absurd Zimbabwe note.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Yes backed by the entire US government and supported by the global economy. You want to go back to the good old days of trading chickens and such? Its a terrible bother to carry herds of goats around instead of a wallet.


the problem with currency is it doesn't evaluate things in a fair manner. It presents only one dimension of evaluation.


I had considered developing an "energy standard", sort of like the "gold standard," but it quickly becomes obvious that doesn't work.

Example.

If you defined a dollar in terms of Joules of energy, then let's say a gallon of gasoline is 131,000,000Joules. And we define a standard currency unit as exactly 1 gallon of gasoline worth of energy.

Well, it won't work for the same reason paper money doesn't work. The food you eat in a day on a 2000 calorie per day diet comes to 4,200,000Joules, and depending on what you ate, even if you ate "cheap", that much food actually costs more than the price of a gallon of gasoline, even though it is far lower in energy value.

If food and gasoline were priced on energy value, then you could buy a month's worth of food for the same price as a gallon of gasoline.


Since the Joule is a universal unit of energy (or rather a convenient unit for simple calculations) and since energy obeys universal laws which are un-biased, then the system could not be inflated.

But there is still a problem with it, in that many things we buy for structural properties or other properties besides just "energy," and so the scale would still not be a fair evaluation of those products.

Many things are simply not even on the same spectrum of values, when you think about it rationally.

a painting vs food vs a computer vs a hammer vs a gallon of gasoline...

Are all of those things seriously evaluated in the same paper dollars? Presently, yes, but it is a completely ridiculous form of trade which always ends up screwing somebody over in the end.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
BTW welcome to the blog always good to have new faces show up that actually want to contribute to the community that is the comment section of Dr.Masters blog.

Thank you!
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Quoting TomTaylor:


You said we should print 15 trillion dollars...


post 763



lol, gotem
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Quoting MAweatherboy1:

Yes :) I think 11 days qualifies as new... I've already figured out that weather is not the blogs only topic though!
BTW welcome to the blog always good to have new faces show up that actually want to contribute to the community that is the comment section of Dr.Masters blog.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


That can't be right dude.

I tend have several thousand dollars cash at any given time.

I figure it takes about $63 billion per weak just to make payroll.

Plus, you're not counting virtual currency in electronic transactions.

That is how much paper money is in circulation.
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Quoting MAweatherboy1:

Yes :) I think 11 days qualifies as new... I've already figured out that weather is not the blogs only topic though!
Yah in the off season we very rarely actually talk about solely the weather. Personally I prefer it that way as it is interesting to have an argument with other fairly intelligent people who may have drastically different views. Helps with perspective.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Darwin please help us all out.
If there is a god out there...
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Quoting RTSplayer:


And nobody said anything about printing trillion dollar bills. Lol. That's ridiculous.


You said we should print 15 trillion dollars...
Quoting RTSplayer:
The U.S. should print $15 trillion


post 763
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Quoting Skyepony:
Got 0.24".
nice.

got 0.00 here, been a dry and warm winter in San Diego, reached 80 at a local station today
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Quoting WxGeekVA:


Snow on the 3rd?


looks good to me but it that the 1st or the 3 rd? either way looks like a good storm and washington is on the snow side, any other models of this storm?
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Quoting TomTaylor:
more facepalming
Darwin please help us all out.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
I'm gona guess your new here....

Yes :) I think 11 days qualifies as new... I've already figured out that weather is not the blogs only topic though!
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Quoting RTSplayer:


If 100 million dollars magically appeared in equal distribute bills in each of 100 different people's living rooms, and they spent the money, it wouldn't effect the value of the dollar one bit.

Additionally, after several transactions and the money changes hands a few times, state and local governments would make millions in revenues from the extra sales tax.


If all the creditors want is dollars, then by all means, give them dollars.

And nobody said anything about printing trillion dollar bills. Lol. That's ridiculous.


At this point, the debt is either an imaginary number that holds no meaning, or else we're screwed anyway.

If it's the former, don't worry about it.

If it's the latter, printing some more money won't hurt anyway.
more facepalming
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Quoting weatherh98:
I love how we put value on a peice of paper that's worth nothing... IT'S A PEICE OF PAPER!!!!
Yes backed by the entire US government and supported by the global economy. You want to go back to the good old days of trading chickens and such? Its a terrible bother to carry herds of goats around instead of a wallet.
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SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
757 PM EST WED FEB 22 2012

TNC025-057-059-067-073-230130-
/O.CON.KMRX.SV.W.0008.000000T0000Z-120223T0130Z/
CLAIBORNE TN-GRAINGER TN-HANCOCK TN-HAWKINS TN-GREENE TN-
757 PM EST WED FEB 22 2012

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 830 PM EST
FOR GREENE...HAWKINS...HANCOCK...GRAINGER AND CLAIBORNE COUNTIES...

AT 754 PM EST...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO
INDICATE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING QUARTER SIZE
HAIL...AND DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THIS STORM WAS
LOCATED NEAR HOWARD QUARTER...OR 10 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SNEEDVILLE...
MOVING EAST AT 45 MPH.

LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE...
SNEEDVILLE...ROGERSVILLE...BEAN STATION...SURGOINSVILLE...
EVANSTON...MOORESBURG...TREADWAY...KLONDIKE...ST. CLAIR...KYLES
FORD...MCCLOUD...KEPLER...OKOLONA...CHURCH HILL...JEAROLDSTOWN...
BAILEYTON AND MOUNT CARMEL.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

IN ADDITION TO LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS...FREQUENT CLOUD TO
GROUND LIGHTNING IS OCCURRING WITH THIS STORM. MOVE INDOORS
IMMEDIATELY! LIGHTNING IS ONE OF NATURES PRIMARY KILLERS ASSOCIATED
WITH THUNDERSTORMS. REMEMBER...IF YOU CAN HEAR THUNDER...YOU ARE
CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.

&&

LAT...LON 3648 8266 3645 8270 3642 8267 3642 8269
3641 8266 3632 8267 3630 8314 3634 8316
3634 8318 3631 8318 3632 8320 3630 8321
3628 8368 3659 8367 3659 8265
TIME...MOT...LOC 0057Z 266DEG 41KT 3648 8334

$$

DH


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Quoting MAweatherboy1:

Obviously this is a post that has nothing at all to do with weather. Is the debt/economy an issue? Yes. But discuss it on an economic blog and not here.
I'm gona guess your new here....
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Quoting Texasdrifter:

Only 1 trillion us dollars in circulation today it increases between 50-100 billion a year.
That already way to much.


That can't be right.

I tend have several thousand dollars cash at any given time.

I figure it takes about $63 billion per weak just to make payroll.

Plus, you're not counting virtual currency in electronic transactions.
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I love how we put value on a peice of paper that's worth nothing... IT'S A PEICE OF PAPER!!!!
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