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By: trHUrrIXC5MMX , 1:01 AM GMT on October 02, 2013
Welcome back haunted October. Hopes for rebuilding life after the extremely devastating Hurricane Sandy hit on October 29, 2012
POTENTIAL GULF STORM
As of 2 AM 97L has an 80% chance of developing into tropical storm Karen.
Major winter storm Atlas...
Month of October
As fast as life of some plants; grow in the morning, flourish in the afternoon and slip away in the evening...that's how 2013 goes. Already 9 months went by, nearly 75% of the AD. MMXIII is over!.
Selection from my nearly 20,000 pictures...
Sunset in my town
Brotherly Love, PA (photoshop-modefied Pic taken from Amtrak)
A June sunrise in town
Heading up Interstate 575 to Canton, GA
Morning fog along the Chattahoochee River (grayscale)
Acworth, GA September Sunset
Evening in Smyrna, GA Heaven Lights
Which one you like the most? I'll do Part 2 with the even greater shots... some pictures I have are like gold worth.
WINTER SEASON 2013-2014 NAMES REVEALED
The second try TWC has for spreading their names for the upcoming winter season. A new list for naming winter storms was released today
Heavily based in Classical History, interesting points:
-Boreas... Cold north wind. Borealis means northern hence in Aurora Borealis
-Gemini... Latin word for twins such as Castor and Pollux. Note: Pollux is the name given to the orange giant star located about 34 light years from Earth (a light year is nearly 5.8 trillion miles)... and it's about 5 times bigger than the Sun.
-Janus... The two-faced god of transitions. Looking to the future and to the past. January as the beginning of the year and the end of the other
-Maximus... My name is Max. Latin word for greatest! :)
Pax and Rex... Two Latin words of the list. You know Pax from either Pax Romana or "Pax Voviscum"
-Zephyr... The west wind god. Paying attention to direction: west. The Amtrak Train that goes from Chicago westwards to San Francisco is called as so
Potential storm striking the central Gulf Coast states
GFS from the 18z has a storm or potential weak hurricane striking anywhere from New Orleans to Tampa bringing strong winds and flooding rains at the 105 hours period, by 4 days on October 5
More info to come
Thanks for reading...
Atlanta, GA radar
New York City - Atlanta Weather 2013
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