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Big Northwest Pacific storm. Hurricane winds in some areas, rains over half a foot

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 12:33 AM GMT on September 28, 2013

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WELCOME FALL..! (err... Winter for some really, fall went by as I was saying it)

Potent early winter storm for the Northwest US states




A sub-980 mb strong low pressure system will severely impact the NW this weekend. If you live anywhere from Bellingham, WA - Seattle - Portland,OR - Salem, Medford and Redding, CA, you should be paying attention to this weekend's weather.
For our friends across the border, meaning residents from Vancouver Island, Kamloops, abbotsford... and many more living in the southern British Columbia province of Canada should pay attention as well.
The most immediate danger go to littoral and high terrain areas

Widespread flood watches in effect for most of Washington State and locally for western Oregon and northern California.

What to expect:


Since this storm is expected to be near it's peak intensity as it rolls by northern Washington, the impacts are to be significant as you know.

Here is where the big player is located currently... it's not the big low over the Gulf of Alaska, but the disorganized area located far northwest of Hawaii (near latitude 30N, longitude 170E)


As this disorganized area of thunderstorms moves toward the big 962mb storm located south of Alaska it's expected to "steal" the energy from such strong low for it's own intensification west of British Columbia.
This alaskan low is expected to slowly move southeastwards and merge with this other weak Low...

This is what the 18z GFS thinks


Pretty rough weather is expected in Washington as well as in southern British Columbia


Source: AccuWeather


Rainfall

Expect near 6" of rain for the Seattle Metropolitan Area, with over 5" of rainfall for much of the state and western Oregon.
This excessive rainfalls could lead to serious flooding and mudslides. Please know your surroundings for potential flooding


Source: Weather.com


Hurricane Force winds

High terrains facing the west coast of Washington and Oregon should beware hurricane force winds blowing all around. Winds gusting up to 85 mph are possible. Even coastal (low terrains) areas should expect wind gusting near hurricane strength, up to 70 mph anywhere from coastal Oregon to Washington State. High wind watches and warnings are in effect addressing this issue.

Weaker wind gusts expected in the Seattle Area though


Source: NWS WRH

Marine interests
Rough seas are expected, high waves leading to coastal flooding significant beach erosion.

Other risks

-Widespread power outages are likely either from flooding rains leading to mudslides knocking down trees onto power lines or winds uprooting trees onto power lines (or both)... have enough food/financial/medicine supply if necessary.

More updates to come... this will be a long lasting event for our friends in the Northwest.

Please if you live anywhere in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana or British Columbia who could be impacted by this storm, feel free to come and comment what goes on in your location! We will love to hear from you!

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Rockies first major snowstorm..

From the Riverton, NWS Office there are preliminary reports of big snowfall measurements from this big storm affecting Montana-Wyoming-Idaho

Deer Park Snotel........14"
Shell Creek Snotel......10"
Riverton, Wyoming.....6"
Yellowstone N. Park...5"



Montana Great Falls NWS

Rocker Peak...............15"
Darkhorse Lake..........13"
Mule Creek.................12"
Toston Agrimet..........11"

Montana Missoula NWS

Janney (6 mi. SSE)......18"
Schwartz Lake...........14" (8620 ft ASL)

Lost Trail Pass (US Route 93) entering Idaho



Source: Weather.com



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Updated: 2:07 AM GMT on September 30, 2013

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7.7w Cataclysmic Pakistani earthquake. Over 300 dead unfortunately

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 10:15 PM GMT on September 25, 2013


Month about remembrance and honoring the many heroes of the 9/11 historic tragedy in New York City. 12 Years ago.

DEVASTATION AND ADVERSITY IN PAKISTAN

Major damage and hundreds of deaths are the result of a close-to 8.0 quake striking southern Pakistan at 4:29 PM local time... 7:29 AM New York-Atlanta time on September 24, 2013.

A shallow strike, only 12 miles deep and able enough to cause serious panic for the nearly 60 seconds it lasted.

Pakistan Time: 3:15 AM PKT... (UTC +5 hrs, EDT +9 hrs)

This powerful strike of nature occurred in the Pakistani district of Awaran; home to about 118,000 people. Unfortunately this district alongside the adjacent rural district of Kech (pop c. 750,000) are over 80% destroyed. So unfortunate!


This was a 7.7 magnitude earthquake in the Richter Scale

The death toll keeps rising as we speak... very sad...

The gov. spokesperson of Province of Baluchistan (where the districts of Kech and Awaran are located within) said that the Frontier Corps and the Pakistan Army was dispatched immediately to rescue bodies trapped under rubble and people in danger. Over 5,000 tents were provided for the survivors.

300 troops operating, rescue continues by land and by air (several choppers at the job!)

Over 2,200 lbs. medicinal items and 15,400 lbs of food items were also provided. In addition,. 21 doctors, 50 paramedics. Water, a vital supply, is also being provided to the most in need since the water pipe system was completely destroyed.


An evacuated villager, being evaluated by a doctor.


This event took place in the central main mountain range of Pakistan but it was felt from Oman (500 miles away into Africa) across all Pakistan into India. Reports tell of some minimal damage occurred in Delhi, India.

Even across major Pakistani cities the quake was strongly felt, this includes Karachi, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Larkana, and Lahore.


An island emerges from the sea

Surprisingly enough, this earthquake was strong enough to emerge a new island about 1 mile off the coast. This new island is about 40' high and over 100 feet on diameter... very unusual but hey, they have a new place to discover and learn from...

The currently-unnamed new island...People yesterday (their time, now it's Thursday) were arriving to step onto such new place created by nature for humanity....



Map of the area

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Pakistan Earthquake Records


Pakistan is a hot spot for earthquakes, the Eurasian-Indian Plate cuts right through the middle of the country. As we know, Pakistan is vulnerable to these, especially the strong ones such as this one from September 24.

In 2005 an extremely lethal quake struck Kashmir, in the northern region bordering with India. This earthquake was responsible for over 100,000 deaths. This quake occurred at 8:52 AM local time on October 8. Very shallow, just 6.2 miles deep.

This is the 18th deadliest quake of all time. 2010's Haiti was the 12th deadliest...

Please keep the victims of this tragedy and their families in your prayers...
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Updated: 10:16 PM GMT on September 25, 2013

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First big snows for Great Falls! A sip of the upcoming winter

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 1:26 AM GMT on September 24, 2013


Month about remembrance and honoring the many heroes of the 9/11 historic tragedy in New York City. 12 Years ago.


WINTER SEASON 2013-2014... that's right, winter!


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Great Falls, MT NWS
Winter storm watch

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
237 PM MDT MON SEP 23 2013

...MOUNTAIN SNOW LIKELY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY...

MTZ008-012-015-050>055-240845-
/O.NEW.KTFX.WS.A.0006.130925T1500Z-130927T0000Z/
BEAVERHEAD-CASCADE-MADISON-JUDITH BASIN-FERGUS-JEFFERSON-
BROADWATER-MEAGHER-GALLATIN-
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS...BIG HOLE PASS...
CHIEF JOSEPH PASS...MONIDA PASS...KINGS HILL PASS...
RAYNOLDS PASS...BOULDER HILL...ELK PARK PASS...HOMESTAKE PASS...
BATTLE RIDGE PASS...TARGHEE PASS...WEST YELLOWSTONE
237 PM MDT MON SEP 23 2013

...WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH
THURSDAY AFTERNOON FOR ELEVATIONS ABOVE 6000 FEET...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GREAT FALLS HAS ISSUED A WINTER
STORM WATCH FOR ELEVATIONS ABOVE 6000 FEET...WHICH IS IN EFFECT
FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

* TIMING AND MAIN IMPACT: LIGHT SNOW WILL BEGIN EARLY WEDNESDAY
MORNING WITH SNOWFALL PICKING UP MID WEDNESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.
HEAVIER SNOW IS LIKELY AT ELEVATIONS ABOVE 5000 FEET.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS: CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA MOUNTAINS
HAVE THE POTENTIAL OF RECEIVING 6 TO 14 INCHES FROM ROUGHLY 5000
TO 7000 FEET AND 16 TO 24 INCHES ABOVE 7000 FEET.

* WINDS AND VISIBILITY: GENERALLY NORTHERLY WINDS WILL BE GUSTY AT
TIMES AND MAY REDUCE VISIBILITY IN BLOWING SNOW.

* OTHER IMPACTS: LOWER ELEVATIONS MAY SEE LIGHT SNOWFALL BUT
AMOUNTS ARE NOT EXPECTED TO CAUSE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT.

* LOCATIONS AFFECTED INCLUDE: BATTLE RIDGE PASS...TARGHEE PASS...
WEST YELLOWSTONE...BOULDER HILL...ELK PARK PASS... HOMESTAKE
PASS...BIG HOLE PASS...CHIEF JOSEPH PASS...MONIDA PASS...KINGS
HILL PASS...RAYNOLDS PASS


You may think Im going far ahead of matters here but, weather does it's thing and I just report it.

The new winter season has arrived, as it is common for the tall Rocky Mountains in Montana. Temperatures will be cold enough for them to see the snow, the first flakes.


Temporary graphic...I'll release my formal one later, closer to winter in an actual big storm.

Great Falls, Boulder, Butte, Dillon, Salmon, Bozeman and Drummond as well as parts of the Yellowstone Nat'l Park are up for half a foot to 1 foot of snow.


The 2 PM GFS snowfall forecast even calls for higher accumulations in parts outside the winter storm watch areas; into Wyoming


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Super Typhoon Usagi, a major threat to Hong Kong Southern China.

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 11:23 PM GMT on September 21, 2013


Month about remembrance and honoring the many heroes of the 9/11 historic tragedy in New York City. 12 Years ago.



POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS TYPHOON THREAT



Shenzhen, Guangdong is a major city in southern China which could be facing the worst of this powerful typhoon heading it's way.
This storm could be devastating for littoral areas of the province of Guangdong.

Please stay with the latest updates from your weather forecast agency

The Shun Hing Square in Shenzhen




Hong Kong - Alert Signal 3



Advisory from the Hong Kong Observatory

Here is the latest Tropical Cyclone Bulletin issued by the Hong Kong Observatory.

The Strong Wind Signal, No. 3 is in force.

This means that winds with mean speeds of 41 to 62 kilometres per hour are expected.

At 7 a.m., Severe Typhoon Usagi was estimated to be about 420 kilometres east of Hong Kong (near 21.7 degrees north 118.2 degrees east) and is forecast to move west-northwest at about 18 kilometres per hour across the northeastern part of the South China Sea and towards the vicinity of Pearl River Estuary.

In the past few hours, Usagi edged steadily towards the vicinity of the Pearl River Estuary. According to the present forecast track, there is a high chance Usagi would make landfall to the east of Hong Kong and will be closest to the territory around tonight and tomorrow morning. Winds are now generally from the north and most parts of the territory are sheltered. However as Usagi gradually edges closer to Hong Kong, local winds will strengthen gradually. The Observatory will consider issuing the tropical cyclone signal no.8 this afternoon to this evening.

The rainbands associated with Usagi are now affecting the coastal areas of eastern Guangdong. Local weather will deteriorate during the day with rough seas and heavy squally showers.

If Usagis speed of movement matches with the time of the astronomical high tide, storm surge induced by Usagi may still lead to flooding in low-lying areas overnight. The public should be on the alert, and take precautions against strong winds and flooding as early as possible.

In the past hour, the maximum sustained winds recorded at Tate's Cairn were 47 kilometres per hour with maximum gusts 58 kilometres per hour.

(Precautionary Announcements with No. 3 Signal)

1. Since seas are rough and there are swells, you are advised to stay away from the shoreline and not to engage in water sports.

2. You are advised not to delay in taking all precautions to protect your home or property. Make sure now that all loose objects are secure. Porch furniture, flower pots and other objects likely to be blown away should be taken indoors. Check again and make sure all windows and doors can be securely locked.

3. Storm water drains should be cleared of leaves and rubbish, this applies particularly to dwellers in low-lying areas.

4. Flights at Hong Kong International Airport may be affected by the weather. Please contact your airline for the latest flight information before departing for the airport.

5. Engineers, architects and contractors are again reminded that all scaffoldings, hoardings and temporary buildings should be secured.

6. Small craft owners should now complete arrangements for the safety of their boats.

7. Fishing vessels not yet in typhoon shelters should seek shelter without delay. Check again that all deck fittings are firmly fastened. If available, heavy anchors should be prepared and used in addition to regular anchors.

8. Listen to radio, watch TV or browse the Hong Kong Observatory's web site for information on the tropical cyclone.



Hong Kong right now is at the top for the worst of Usagi, you guys need to take some serious preparations for this storm.
Expect winds over 90 mph and heavy rainfall. Coastal Flooding from big waves.
Widespread power outages likely.
Evacuate or find shelter somewhere secured enough.

Please stay with the latest updates from your weather forecast agency!


Live cam at Central Pier, Victoria Harbour



Panoramic view of Hong Kong


Dawn is currently breaking across China... current time in Hong Kong is 7:10 AM HKT (7:10 PM New York time)

Today is the day of the typhoon to strike over in your area, PLEASE PREPARE!


Maoming and Zhanjiang are two other cities further west but on the storm's path. Expect lower impacts, no significant threat for you. Usagi should arrive by as tropical storm.

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SPECIAL NOTE: If you visit my blog from anywhere in China or Hong Kong, this information is for you. I'd like to know some Chinese to be more direct to you there but sadly I don't speak your language. I've only know very few words...

Im visiting Hong Kong in the future years... I've been told you guys are very polite.

Please take care of yourself, Im caring to make you aware of this!

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Updated: 3:02 PM GMT on September 22, 2013

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Hurricane Scorecard updates... Hurricane Manuel

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 1:07 AM GMT on September 19, 2013


Month about remembrance and honoring the many heroes of the 9/11 historic tragedy in New York City. 12 Years ago.


SUPER TYPHOON USAGI 17w
... a major threat to Southern Asia

This is a "MUST PREPARE" situation!



Hurricane Season 2013 Activity Forecast Predictions
From 141 Wunderground members!

Below is the official list which I last updated on July 1st when I closed the survey. No further changes allowed.
Appreciation extended to those who contributed


*SPLbeater's name was corrected...apologies


CURRENT HURRICANE NUMBERS:

9 Named storms (10 cyclones)
2 Hurricanes
0 Major Hurricanes

find yourself above in the chart to find your standing at this point...


Who wins and how?

-Winner...
Number Range: you must check on two of the three categories
Exact numbers: you must check on only one category to win

Ultimate winner: Who nails all their numbers!, prize for you!


This is the first year of coming up with this and I have gotten great deal of support from all of you, thanks!

Expect the final chart with all outcomes (winners/non-winners) sometime in winter (Jan-Feb 2014).

2014 Hurricane Season chart...

- Poll will open again on April 2 until July 1st, 2014.
- Everyone is welcomed but not all may stay in the chart next year, I have some rules for this 2nd edition so there are chances I could drop you. Just be nice... more to come later.


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Tropical Update

Manuel becomes a hurricane, surprisingly fast after regenerating in the Gulf of California.

This storm threatens the Mexican State of Sinaloa, particularly Los Mochis.
A little extra intensification is possible before making landfall tomorrow.

Right now Manuel packs 75 mph winds, hurricane warnings are up from La Cruz to Los Mochis...please take the necessary precautions or evacuate the area!




A potential storm could form on the Bay of Campeche, threatening again weary Mexico...70% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone by 48 hours.





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HurricaneZONE included...

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Updated: 2:41 AM GMT on September 20, 2013

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Winter-like night for many across the Northeast and Great Lakes

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 1:20 AM GMT on September 17, 2013


This month is about remembrance and honoring the many heroes of the 9/11 historic tragedy in New York City. 12 Years ago


It's been quite a while for me to talk about some weather top stories but now that I have all the tools handy I'm going to go ahead and do so.

Canada's freezing arctic blast across northeastern USA

A big shot of cold air will invade areas in the northeast and Great Lakes area tonight into tomorrow morning, temperatures in the upper areas and high terrains will reach below freezing


Places inland lower Michigan could dig below 32F such as Gaylord, MI reaching 28F. Expect cooler wind chill.
Detroit, MI will be warner, into the mid 40s for the AM morning.

As we head eastwards, the cold air expands further down engulfing even more areas.



All inland locations of New York, especially upstate, also in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine to expect temperatures dropping to mid 20s as their morning temperature tomorrow.

NYC Area


Upstate Connecticut such as Litchfield, Hartford, Tolland and Windham could be reaching mid 30s even low 30s to upper 20s in some high terrains. Expect cooler wind chills than your actual forecast for tomorrow morning.

All coastal Connecticut, Rhode Island, Northern New Jersey, and the northern suburbs of NYC should remain around 40F.

NYC will stay a bit warner, into the low 50s so is Long Island expect for places around Riverhead (or central Suffolk county) where those could drop into the low to mid 40s.

So it's pretty much if you live inland expect cooler temperatures than if you live near the coast. Few miles from the shore could make a difference. Winds will remain light...within the 5-15 mph range everywhere.

We are still in the summer season right?
Well, yeah but it seems like nature wants to give a peek of upcoming weather for the remainder of the year. Please know that if you live anywhere in the mentioned areas, wear proper clothing. I know it's summer but even in the summer you could get a cold or even worse, just take care of yourself.

For the record: Fall Equinox will be on Sunday September 22, 2013 at 20:44 UTC or 4:20 PM ET.

There are several frost and freeze alerts addressing this issue



Atlanta Area


Us down here in the Peach State will continue to stay warm, reaching 80s all across Metro Atlanta tomorrow with no rain expected (low chance)... we have had some (several) rain free days so we feel happy now here. The soil is normally dry and things are balanced out nicely here.

Based on the FFC Peachtree City rainfall data, we have had over 50" (51.04") this year up to August which is way above normal, in fact, this value is even higher than the average annual rainfall for Atlanta.



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Tropical Update

ingrid made landfall today at around 8 AM ET today as a 65 mph tropical storm near La Pesca, Mexico. It has been said that this storm could be a major rain producer and in fact it has. Over 4" have been reported in Monterrey.
This rainfall from Ingrid combined with another strong storm in the Eastern Pacific which also made landfall in Mexico brought even higher rainfall accumulations, Colima reported 11.45", Michoacan 6.75" and Acapulco 4.80".
CONAGUA report.

Tropical Storm Manuel hit 70 mph before landfall and now it's post tropical, Ingrid is now a depression and weakening over central Mexico.


TS Manuel hit Mexico

Ingrid became the second hurricane of the season in the Atlantic packing up to 85 mph winds.

Unfortunately these two storms have killed over 30 people. Mudslides is the primary cause.

TS Humberto... the storm that came back from the dead
Tropical Storm Humberto has revived and expected to strengthen further as it enters into a better environment. Humberto could become a hurricane again as it passes by east of the Azores before it becomes extratropical. Humberto is the 3rd storm that regenerated this year and it was the first hurricane.



A new area of disturbed weather is expected to move into the Bay of Campeche and develop, another threat to Mexico next week possible. NHC giving it a 30% chance of developing within 5 days.



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8:27 PM ET Update
Back to life... EP TD Manuel...


Interesting morning today as I saw the sun in a sanguine appearance

I tried a camera but didn't do so good.

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Hurricane Ingrid: A dangerous threat to Mexico. First issue of the hurricaneZONE

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 2:31 PM GMT on September 15, 2013


Honoring the heroes of the 9/11 Attacks. May all innocent victims rest in peace.
Today is September 15, the historic day in which many Central American countries gained their Independence


Ingrid has become the second hurricane of the season. This hurricane is threatening Tamaulipas a and Veracruz for a direct impact Monday morning.
Ingrid could become a category 2 hurricane before making landfall.

Please keep up with the updates from your weather office and evacuate if necessary. Ingrid could be a dangerous storm.


Ingrid infrared satellite

First hurricane warnings of the year issued



My latest update...to update again after the new 11 AM NHC advisory


Yes, hurricaneZONE issued for the first time.


Eastern Pacific
TS Manuel, a strong storm is making landfall on the coast of Mexico as well.
This system packs very heavy rains... widespread major flooding possible.


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Humberto became extra tropical but could regain tropical status in few days. .. there is a 70 percent chance for the storm to revive. The Azores must monitor this storm later in the week.


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September 15, 1821... 192 years ago.

Costa Rica as well as many other countries in central America gained their Independence as free countries from Spain's rule on this day after a big and deadly battle.

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY COSTA RICA!!!! Many more to come for us, the happiest and most peaceful country on Earth.


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Updated: 2:31 AM GMT on September 16, 2013

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Lets take a moment to remember this day... September 11

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 11:11 AM GMT on September 11, 2013


Honoring the heroes of the 9/11 Attacks. May all innocent victims rest in peace.



Hurricane Humberto...the first one in 2013


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Thoughts... find your way

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 4:35 AM GMT on September 07, 2013


Honoring the heroes of the 9/11 Attacks. May all innocent victims rest in peace.
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11:00 PM ET Update 6
TROPICAL STORM HUMBERTO


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Mi blog en lengua hispana... in Spanish

By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 12:36 AM GMT on September 02, 2013


Dedicacion:: En el mes de la independencia de mi Patria Costa Rica y Centroamrica y en el mes de recordacion del dolor sufrido aquel da de Septiembre 2001 cuando gente sin escrupulos se atrevieron a atacar y manchar en nombre de Los Estados Unidos en Nueva York; Las Torres Gemelas. Nu desafortunadamente. Gracias a Dios que el mximo peso de la justicia cayo sobre estros terroristas y se vengo la muerte de todas estas inocentes victimas. Nunca se olvidara ese dia de terror en Nueva York y en todo el pais.

  Actualizacin tropical:  

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12:20 AM Update 2
Tracking Tropical Storm Gabrielle


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Atlantico
Un disturbio al este de las Islas de Barlovento esta produciendo tormentas desorganizadas sobre esta area, aunque el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (En ingles: NHC) predice una probabilidad media de 40 por ciento, no se espera un desarrollo significativo en terminos de huracan. Esta tormenta denotada como 97L puede, gradualmente, desarrollarse en un ciclon tropical. Aunque no hay mucho apoyo de los modelos pronosticando significante desarrollo de 97L  


Pacifico
La depresion tropical 11-E rapidamente se convirtio en una fuerte tormenta tropical despues de que el CNH notara el posible desarrollo de un ojo en el satlite visible. Llamada TT Kiko, alcanzando vientos de 70 millas por hora y una presion de 993 milibaras. Ahora debilitandonse.    


 SEPTIEMBRE EL CORAZON DE LA TEMPORADA  
Ya en el mes de septiembre, cuando se llega a la cuspide de accion tropical, climatologicamente hablando, no es el caso en esta ocasion. Apenas llevamos 6 tormentas nombradas sin ningun huracan cuando deberamos llevar casi el doble para esta fecha con huracanes y hasta un huracan mayor basados en los pronsticos de actividad para esta temporada del 2013. Aun faltan 90 dias para que se cierre esta temporada. Nunca las cosas son iguales cada temporada.

  El Ataque a las Torres Gemelas, Ciudad de Nueva York
Yo tenia apenas 9 ese dia cuando me alistaba para ir a la escuela temprano en el dia, cuando vi en la tele algo lleno de terror y devastante. Ya ha pasado mas de una ecada (una docena de septiembres) desde que este desastre en mi ciudad, Nueva York, paso. Aun quedan esas degradantes cicatrices en muchos lugares y en personas, algunas que nunca vayan a sanar o borrasen desafortunadamente. Gracias a Dios que el maximo peso de la justicia cayo sobre estros terroristas y se vengo la muerte de todas estas inocentes vctimas. Tendr un nuevo reporte este dia, 11 de septiembre, para hablar solamente de esto  

Independencia Centroamericana 15 de septiembre de 1821
Hace ya 192 ano~s desde que mi adorada Costa Rica es libre, un pais limpio y puro como lo son sus pases vecinos. Somos una nacion pequena y humilde pero grande en tesoros nicos en el mundo. Es un privilegio ser costarricense. Viva Centroamerica! Viva America Latina!  

Mi primer blog en espanol
Este, siendo my blog numero 55 (quincuagsimo quinto), es mi primer blog en la lengua espaola. Esperen mas as, me divierto y practico y por supuesto recuerdo y mejor my idioma nativo. Si usted no habla espanol pero quisiera saber lo que escrib, puede trasladarlo en ingles o en su idioma usando un translador o Google Translate. Yo soy Latino, muy pocos aqui ven que yo escriba en espanol, y por lo general casi no escribo en espanol de todas maneras, pero lo har mas seguido ahora.
Nota: Yo se que deje palabras sin tilde disculpen pero mi computadora esta en el formato de ingles.  

Gracias por leer el blog de Maxy!


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Cranbury
Norwalk, CT
Elevation: 86 ft
Temperature: 62.2 °F
Dew Point: 57.3 °F
Humidity: 84%
Wind: 2.0 mph from the NE
Wind Gust: 10.0 mph
Updated: 11:33 AM EDT on October 02, 2014
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Brooklyn, NY
Elevation: 95 ft
Temperature: 64.4 °F
Dew Point: 57.0 °F
Humidity: 77%
Wind: 3.8 mph from the ESE
Wind Gust: 3.8 mph
Updated: 7:43 PM EDT on June 11, 2014
Eagle Ridge
Marietta, GA
Elevation: 1170 ft
Temperature: 77.0 °F
Dew Point: 67.1 °F
Humidity: 71%
Wind: Calm
Wind Gust: 3.0 mph
Updated: 11:33 AM EDT on October 02, 2014

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