La Niña drawing to a close

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:39 PM GMT on February 27, 2012

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La Niña, the cooling of the equatorial Pacific waters off the coast of South America that has dramatically affected our weather for most of the past two years, is almost done. Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) over the tropical Eastern Pacific in the area 5°N - 5°S, 120°W - 170°W, also called the "Niña 3.4 region", have warmed rapidly over the past two weeks, and were 0.4°C below average on February 27. This is slightly warmer than the -0.5°C threshold to be considered La Niña conditions, and is the first time since early August that La Niña conditions have not been present. It is likely that SSTs will continue to warm during March and April, and NOAA's Climate Prediction Center is predicting that they will declare an official end to La Niña sometime between March and April. A moderate to strong La Niña began in the summer of 2010, weakened briefly during May - July 2011 to neutral status, then re-intensified to a borderline weak/moderate La Niña from August 2011 - January 2012.


Figure 1. Comparison of the sea surface temperature departure from average from January 4 and February 22, 2012, over the tropical Eastern Pacific. During January, a large region of the ocean was more than 0.5°C cooler than average, meaning a La Niña event was present. Beginning in mid-February, waters warmed rapidly from east to west along the Equator, signaling and end to the La Niña event. Image credit: NOAA.

The forecast: neutral or El Niño conditions by fall
The period March - May is the typical time of year that El Niño or La Niña events end, and it is common for the opposite phenomena to take hold by fall. Since 1950, there have been twelve La Niña events that ended during the first half of the year; during six of those years (50%), an El Niño event formed in time for the August - September - October peak of hurricane season. The official forecast from Columbia University's IRI and NOAA's Climate Prediction Center calls for a 31 - 32% chance of an El Niño event during the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season. El Niño conditions tend to suppress Atlantic hurricane activity by creating high levels of wind shear that tends to tear hurricanes apart. Given the relatively high chance of an El Niño event this fall, plus ocean temperatures over the tropical Atlantic that are cooler than we saw in 2011 and 2010, I doubt we'll see an Atlantic hurricane season as active as the ones in 2010 and 2011 (nineteen named storms both years, third busiest seasons on record.) The demise of La Niña also means that global temperatures should begin to approach record warm levels by the end of the year. The cool waters of a La Niña event keep global temperatures cooler than average.


Figure 2. Computer model forecasts of El Niño/La Niña made in mid-February 2012. The forecasts that go above the red line at +0.5°C denote El Niño conditions; -0.5°C to +0.5°C denote neutral conditions, and below -0.5°C denote La Niña conditions. Most of the computer models are predicting neutral or El Niño conditions during the fall peak of the Atlantic hurricane season. Image credit: Columbia University's IRI.

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Quoting StormTracker2K:
Some light rain heading toward the track. Hopefully it doesn't wet the track.

Looks like it may be just south of the track, moving se. This station is at Embry Riddle which is just about on top of the Speedway.
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Westside of Lake O is getting crushed right now.

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Quoting Xyrus2000:


The Fukushima Diary is borderline crank. This guy is associating pretty much anything bad happening in Japan to be a direct result of Fukishima. Honestly he is doing more harm than good......


Xyrus, my opinion is that it is true to some extend that there can be some exageration about this terrible accident. But the main cause for it is the hidding of how contaminated are many areas and how they have lied about the real magnitude of this event. If I were living in Tokyo, definitelly I would move my family out of Japan, until I acquire enough real scientific data that it would be safe to live there.

Yap, time will show the truth and At the end, we will find that exageration came from the government playing Tepco's game....
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Quoting BahaHurican:
Agreed on the slick track. I know the potential for fiery crashes adds to the excitement, but I'd hate to see one because of wx that was forecasted.


It wouldn't take much Baha. With all that oil on the track at those speeds it would be like sliding on ice.

wow, def adds another component to the race.
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Some light rain heading toward the track. Hopefully it doesn't wet the track.
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Agreed on the slick track. I know the potential for fiery crashes adds to the excitement, but I'd hate to see one because of wx that was forecasted.

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Quoting CybrTeddy:
I see NASCAR fans got a taste of what us NASA fans had to deal with for 30 years on most of the 135 shuttle launches - Florida Weather delays.

Let's hope that track does not get slick.
At mid-race, the top-25 are averaging ~198 mph.
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Quoting Chicklit:
Lap 89

I hope they get to go all 200 laps!


They only need 100 laps to call it a complete race, so it will be finished tonight as we are in lap 110. Weak showers are creeping in from the north.
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Quoting Patrap:


That reality may still have to be contemplated.


Things are well out of Control and have been since the MOX fuel went thru the roof and scattered around the facility.

Why do you think the Press has ,er, Buried the story since July 2010?


The reactors are lost..and the ramifications could be Hemispheric or Global downstream.



All the spring calves born in the region are reporting 70% stillborn for a start.

And the Powers that be have No solution as well.

TEPCO has let bids till March 9th for ANY technology that can stop the underground fission.



Unfortunately, none exist.

Having spent a year in Japan during my Service years,,1982-83 the Japanese Govt has always been a negating force to telling the Populace the truth. And to think they are now scattering the radioactive debris all over the island, to, Share the Pain.

Wunderful thinking.


Try "Fukushima Diary" for a realistic look at what is occurring there.


The Fukushima Diary is borderline crank. This guy is associating pretty much anything bad happening in Japan to be a direct result of Fukishima. Honestly he is doing more harm than good.

Seriously, take some of the stories he's posting. He's attributing heart failure with radiation. This is ludicrous. The only time that happens is with severe radiation sickness, and you wouldn't be running marathons or going to school if you were suffering from severe radiation sickness.

Now to contrast this we have the various world nuclear agencies and universities which have produced several studies on Fukushima and the possible health and ecological consequences of the meltdowns. None of them are indicating DOOM.

Radiation isn't a basilisk. It doesn't kill you just by looking at you. It won't stop your heart, grow a cancer in a month, run over your dog, or push your granny down the stairs. It takes a significant amount of radiation before there is an increase in multi-decadal cancer rates. It takes a whole lot more to induce radiation sickness. And it takes even more radiation to kill you. To kill you instantly (immediate major organ failure) it takes an insane amount of radiation. To give you an idea of how much, a Los Alamos nuclear researcher accidentally almost set off a criticality event in his lab Link. He was hit with approximately 21 Sv of hard radiaition, and that did not kill him instantly (equivalent to the amount that he would have been exposed to by being 1500 m (4800 ft) away from the detonation of an atomic bomb).

If people are going to insist on a massive cover-up, global collusion, or whatever then at least listen to the long established science on radiation and effects of exposure. You don't spontaneously drop dead from radiation without extreme exposure, and by that point you'd be completely debilitated. Cancers from radiation exposure happen over the course of decades, not months (see Chernobyl). And any significant exposure results in radiation sickness, so anyone suffering from acute exposure would exhibit those symptoms.

Of course, some on here will take this as a diminishing of the tragedy. It isn't. It's a serious accident that will have impacts for years to come. But fear mongering and doom casting aren't doing anyone any favors.
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I see NASCAR fans got a taste of what us NASA fans had to deal with for 30 years on most of the 135 shuttle launches - Florida Weather delays.
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after this i'll stop...so check it out!
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Lap 93

The inside and outside lines are door to door, with Greg Biffle slightly out front going into Turn 1.

Lap 92

GREEN FLAG: Martin Truex Jr., Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne are your leaders when the race pace quickens.

Lap 90

Elliott Sadler is on pit road, but don't look for many other takes with a $200,000 bonus up for grabs in 10 laps.

p.s. that's "door to door" going about 195 mph."
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HSBC is evacuating Japan
Posted by Mochizuki on February 27th, 2012 ·
Following up this article..4 major Japanese corporations are evacuating to Osaka

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation is going to withdraw from Japan.
On 2/22/2012, they announced they will close their retail banking service called HSBC premier, which they have been serving in Japan since 2008.
The customers were informed by email, sent at 20:30 2/2/2012 all of a sudden though HSBC has been denying the possibility of their withdrawal from the premier service for people who have the assets of more than 10 million yen.
They are going to close the Nagoya branch on 4/27.
Hiroo, Yokohama, Akasaka, Marunouchi, Oosaka branches will be closed on 7/31.
Marunouchi alpha, Akasaka alpha, ATMs of each branch, ATM at Narita airport, ATM at Nihonbashi HSBC building will be closed on 7/31 as well.
They already stopped opening new account on 2/23/2012.
HSBC has been involved in Japanese financial industry since over 140 years ago.
Japanese retail banking market is assumed to be 1471 trillion yen scale. HSBC has been competing with Citi group, Standard Chartered, Mizuho Bank or Mitsubishi UFJ financial group..


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March 20th, 2011 – Navy Vice Admiral reports 150 millirem/hr Thyroid Dose in area south of Tokyo

http://enformable.com/2012/02/march-20th-2011-nav y-vice-admiral-reports-150-milliremhr-thyroid-dose -in-area-south-of-tokyo/?utm_source=feedburner&utm _medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Enformable+%28En formable%29

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United States was well aware of high radiation and contamination from Fukushima – Official Docs


Posted by Enformable on February 16, 2012 in BWR, Core Data, Featured, FOIA, Fukushima Disaster, March 2011, NRC, Top Docs - FOIA, Wind Maps · 2 Comments
New docs show contamination was much higher than reported, but piles of data were secretly transmitted and analyzed by United States, Russia, China, and Japan.
Collection of docs transmitted to the NRC after #Fukushima plant status documents radiation levels SPEEDI data and more enformable.com/2012/02/united…

http://enformable.com/2012/02/united-states-was-w ell-aware-of-high-radiation-and-contamination-from -fukushima-official-docs/
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Lap 89

Terry Labonte comes onto pit road after getting very briefly stuck in the wet grass of the trioval.

Lap 88

YELLOW FLAG NO. 5: Terry Labonte gets turned off the nose of Marcos Ambrose coming off Turn 4.

Lap 87

Greg Biffle slips down in front of Terry Labonte, the two-time Cup champion, to retake the lead.

Lap 86

GREEN FLAG: Terry Labonte is the leader after not pitting. Greg Biffle is to his outside in second place on the restart. Labonte holds the spot all the way around the track.

This is weather related! ...Somebody at the gym tonight said he had a ticket but wasn't going to turn out again--that he'd go watch the race tomorrow. Oops. I hope they get to go all 200 laps!
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..I dont like them storm vector's, Victor....


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Quoting Skyepony:
Rain creeping toward Daytona... I've had thunder, with mostly cloud to cloud & 0.43" so far.



I'm SE of that cell and the lightning is lightning up the sky right now. Just when you thought it was over more storms form.
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160. Skyepony (Mod)
Rain creeping toward Daytona... I've had thunder, with mostly cloud to cloud & 0.43" so far.

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159. Skyepony (Mod)
Looks like a waterspout on radar just east of Patrick Airforce Base & Satellite Beach.
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158. Skyepony (Mod)
Alaska just got nailed & has another thing coming. NNW of Hawaii, that swirl showed as a purple splotch on the storm probabilities map today.
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157. Skyepony (Mod)
Plume of dust coming off Africa.

I like how they redid that Sahara layer product. Upper & mid level WV is a sweet feature..
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Hurricane force wind warning in Alaska. They've had it rough this winter

OFFSHORE WATERS FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE AK
400 PM AKST MON FEB 27 2012

OFFSHORE WATERS FORECAST FOR THE BERING SEA

WIND FORECASTS REFLECT THE PREDOMINANT SPEED AND DIRECTION
EXPECTED. SEA FORECASTS REPRESENT AN AVERAGE OF THE HIGHEST
ONE-THIRD OF THE COMBINED WIND WAVE AND SWELL HEIGHT.

PKZ411-281500-
BERING SEA OFFSHORE WEST OF 180 AND EAST OF THE INTERNATIONAL
DATELINE
400 PM AKST MON FEB 27 2012

...HURRICANE FORCE WIND WARNING THROUGH TUESDAY...

.TONIGHT...E WIND 45 TO 55 KT INCREASING TO 55 TO 65 KT AFTER
MIDNIGHT. SEAS 24 FT. SNOW AND RAIN. FREEZING SPRAY N OF 56N.
.TUE...SW WIND 50 TO 65 KT DIMINISHING TO 30 TO 40 KT IN THE
AFTERNOON. SEAS 24 FT. SNOW.
.TUE NIGHT...S WIND 30 KT. SEAS 23 FT.
.WED...E WIND 30 KT. SEAS 16 FT.
.WED NIGHT...NE WIND 30 KT. SEAS 14 FT.
.THU...NE WIND 25 KT. SEAS 15 FT.
.FRI...E WIND 25 KT. SEAS 11 FT.
.SAT...E WIND 40 KT. SEAS 17 FT.

$$
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press~ That's too bad..
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Quoting SPLbeater:


where you hear that? this cant be...

1. I forget about severe weather for snow. I GET SEVERE WEATHER.

2. I forget about snow for severe weather. I GET NOTHING.

3. I forget about snow for severe weather. IM TOLD ABOUT SNOW?!?!

lol


Frank Strait Fan Club on Facebook:

"No video tonight. Severe storms should get going in the southern Plains later tomorrow, but the greater concern may be at night into Arkansas and maybe Tennessee and Mississippi. The SPC outlook for Wednesday looks reasonable to me. We're still on for another round on Friday, perhaps into Saturday, followed by a decent chilly shot. The next system behind that is probably the last gasp of winter for the Southeast outside the mountains ... if the Euro's right I threw in the towel too soon since it has decent snow into Tennessee and North Carolina, maybe flurries into SC early next week. The GFS looks much less impressive. The truth is probably somewhere in between."
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153. Skyepony (Mod)
Dhabi airport & some tanker port was closed down due to sandstorm.

There's that flooding in Queensland.

Earthquake in Taiwan caused minor damage.
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Post 150...I've given up haboob jokes for Lent...
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Quoting natrwalkn:
What's this I hear about the EURO hinting at SNOW for North Carolina early next week?


where you hear that? this cant be...

1. I forget about severe weather for snow. I GET SEVERE WEATHER.

2. I forget about snow for severe weather. I GET NOTHING.

3. I forget about snow for severe weather. IM TOLD ABOUT SNOW?!?!

lol
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Saudi Arabia was shrouded in darkness Sunday afternoon as a sandstorm blanketed the cities of Riyadh, Qassim, King Fahad and Khurais, officials said. Gulf News reports the city of Riyadh was totally dark by 4 p.m. as clouds gathered and dust fogged the streets, followed by rains. Hospitals under the Ministry of Health were prepared to admit patients injured by the dust storm, said Dr. Adnan Bin Sulaiman Al Abdul Karim. Residents said the rains helped wash away the mess often left behind after such a storm.
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Quoting bohonkweatherman:
Hello from Very Warm Texas, hope everyone is doing well.


Hello from warm and forever drizzly SE TX. Just was reading about our wildflowers. Things are looking up rain-wise for most of us but still are on a slippery slope.


Drought-weary Texans welcome rains, wildflowers


SAN ANTONIO | Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:48pm EST
By Jim Forsyth

(Reuters) - San Antonio resident Janet Garibay is starting the process of bringing her lawn back from the dead.

"Our yard was destroyed by the drought," said Garibay, who visited a local home-improvement store on Saturday to pick up shrubs, plants and grass seed. "We're hoping that this rainier weather will help us put it together again."

As spring approaches, recent rains across much of the state are giving drought-weary Texans hope that the devastation may be over.

The drought that destroyed Garibay's lawn also killed millions of trees, sparked wildfires that burned nearly 4 million acres and caused billions of dollars in losses to the state's farming and ranching industries. Last year was the driest year on record in Texas, and the second-hottest, according to the National Weather Service.

Now, a little more than a third of the state - and none of the state's four largest metropolitan areas - is suffering from extreme or exceptional drought, according to a survey released last week by the U.S. Drought Monitor. By contrast, last September, nearly 97 percent was in one of those two most severe categories.

Parts of Texas received more rain in the first six weeks of 2012 than they received in all of 2011, state climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon said.

The drought still lingers in lightly populated parts of West Texas, the Texas Panhandle and in the brush country that hugs the Gulf Coast south of Corpus Christi. But San Antonio and Austin are only in moderate drought; Dallas-Fort Worth has emerged from the drought entirely; Houston is listed just as abnormally dry; and a large stretch of North Texas is back to normal moisture levels, according to the survey.

Heavy rains in January and early February were a welcome sight to farmers who suffered more than $5 billion worth of crop damage in last year's drought, according to Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples. The drought has resulted in higher consumer prices for everything from beef to peanut butter.

Even non-food items like clothing were pushed up by the dry spell, as much of the state's cotton crop was destroyed. Texas produces 55 percent of the nation's cotton.

"Planting is going on in much of Texas and fields are being prepared, so these rains could really make or break many producers' seasons," Staples said.

That said, the state still remains abnormally dry, and with some lakes dozens of feet below average levels, farmers are just two dry weeks away from parched fields in which crops couldn't germinate, Staples said.

"With such a long season, we need sustained rains, and we need a major rain event to fill up our reservoirs," he said.


Nowhere is the spotty nature of the drought recovery more obvious than in the area west of Austin known as the Highland Lakes, a series of reservoirs on the Colorado River watershed that provide water to millions of residents, businesses and farmers from northwest Texas to the Gulf Coast.

Some of the lakes are near their usual levels, but others remain 40 feet or more lower than this time of year. Residents of Spicewood Beach, on Lake Travis northwest of Austin, are relying on water that is delivered daily by truck, according to Clara Tuma of the Lower Colorado River Authority.

"We expect to bring in four or five tanker truckloads of water per day, and we will continue until the wells fill back up again," she said.

The LCRA last week approved new water management rules that could severely restrict water to rice farms along the Gulf Coast in the event of the return of intense drought.

But wetter weather is expected this spring. April and May should provide more moisture, according to Nielsen-Gammon.

And the colorful Texas wildflowers - all but invisible last year - have begun to sprout. Damon Wiatt, a senior botanist at the University of Texas' Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, said that the recent winter rains should yield a bumper crop of bluebonnets in rural Texas this spring.
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Quoting SPLbeater:
gee quiet tonight...quite a difference from when 90L was in the yucatan channel
it will pick up soon enough
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LOL Danica, proving stereotypes since she joined racing.
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Hello from Very Warm Texas, hope everyone is doing well.
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What's this I hear about the EURO hinting at SNOW for North Carolina early next week?
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Indonesia~ State of Aceh Area: Districts of Pride and Tangse The military and police are struggling to rescue thousands of people trapped in Aceh after a flash flood on Saturday pounded villages in the province and swept away dozens of homes, a national disaster agency said on Sunday. Heavy rains in Pidie district on Saturday evening caused a flash flood that isolated eight nearby villages in Tangse district. Thirty houses were reportedly swept away in the flood, and one person, Tengku Idris, 55, has been reported missing. Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB), said the disaster marks the second flash flood to hit the area in the past 11 months. Military officers, the police and rescuers from Pidie district’s disaster agency, BPBA, tried to rescue the trapped residents on Saturday but struggled to reach them because the Kuala Panteue bridge, which links the district to the main Beureunuen-Tangse road, had collapsed. “Several villages in Tangse district were isolated, and relief supplies couldn’t get through from Jalan Beureunuen-Tangse bcause there was a pile of logs [blocking access] and a bridge that collapsed in Tangse district,” Asmadi Syam, an Aceh disaster mitigation officer, was quoted by Antara as saying on Sunday. He said the rescue team would head back to the provincial capital, Banda Aceh, and cross Aceh Jaya and West Aceh districts to reach Tangse. Asmadi added that the eight badly hit villages included Kebun Nilam, Blang Seunong, Pulau Masjid I and II, Blang Malo, Ulee Gunong, Tanjong Bungong and Pulau Kawa. Five units of heavy equipment were sent by the provincial administration to help clear the road into the flood-hit location, which is about 170 kilometers from Banda Aceh. The team is expected to clear the wood, rocks and mud from the roads some time today.

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gee quiet tonight...quite a difference from when 90L was in the yucatan channel
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Quoting TampaSpin:
Lets go RACE'N BOYS AND GIRLS....


Reach up and pull those belts tight one more time!
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I thought it was kinda whack to try to drive through the area you JUST got slammed by a tornado the size of that one. Just goes to show in situations like that logical thinking goes out the window. That's why it's better to do whatever preps possible BEFORE hand.
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Lets go RACE'N BOYS AND GIRLS....
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Why do so many men fuss over Danica Patrick? I don't think shes even good looking at all, and she isn't even that good. I mean, I'm not saying that to be mean and put her down but so many people fuss over her and its stupid.

I find our society to be quite weird sometimes...
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:

i dont like those shady people
few years back they were doing the iam a rich exhiled
from such a place and need 10,000 to release 50 million
and would like to know if ya can help me out
ya right i said
maybe i should just email that to the local police i would say they could help ya faster

i still get them, and lotto wins from microsoft, yahoo ect, ect.
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Speaking of the complete randomness of tornadoes path and the importance of storm cellars.

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Quoting AussieStorm:

My Dad got the same call, I told him about mine and about a week later he got a call and so did many of his friends. they all did the same thing.

i dont like those shady people
few years back they were doing the iam a rich exhiled
from such a place and need 10,000 to release 50 million
and would like to know if ya can help me out
ya right i said
maybe i should just email that to the local police i would say they could help ya faster
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Quoting Articuno:

very cool footage.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
the police in our area is tellin people to be wary of any calls about doing anything to your computer but those people target the old and people that don't know much about computers my guy start to get all teckie with me till i asked a few choice questions and permission to remote access his computer then he hung up

My Dad got the same call, I told him about mine and about a week later he got a call and so did many of his friends. they all did the same thing.
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http://www.ghcc.msfc.nasa.gov/GOES/GOES22022012058p 3YuUg.jpg

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i wanted to backdoor his computer but he clued in too quick
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Quoting AussieStorm:

Had that one,,, put it back on him also. gave him a 2 words to spell also. 1st started with F 2nd started with O. I'll let you fill in the rest. was really funny how long it took him to twig what it read.
the police in our area is tellin people to be wary of any calls about doing anything to your computer but those people target the old and people that don't know much about computers my guy start to get all teckie with me till i asked a few choice questions and permission to remote access his computer then he hung up
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HI
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
did ya get your computer is infected and we can repair it right from your phone line call yet

Had that one,,, put it back on him also. gave him a 2 words to spell also. 1st started with F 2nd started with O. I'll let you fill in the rest. was really funny how long it took him to twig what it read.
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Quoting WxGeekVA (comment #123):
One thing I noticed about this video when it was released last spring: from roughly 0:30 to about 2:30, the guy was driving through an area slammed by the tornado just a few minutes later. IOW, not that it's anything to brag about, but he more than likely took the last images of that area prior to the storm...
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