Major flooding in the Northeast and Midwest; Fiji reels from major cyclone Tomas

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:51 PM GMT on March 16, 2010

The extremely wet and windy Nor'easter that plowed across the northern tier of states has left moderate to major flooding in its wake over both the Midwest and Northeast. In the Northeast, the storm dropped more than five inches of rain in New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, and moderate to major flooding is occurring in these states. Flooding was particularly severe in Rhode Island on the Pawtuxet River in Cranston, where the river crested a record six feet over flood stage, forcing evacuations. Major flooding was also occurring in New Jersey, where the Passaic River at Little Falls is cresting at five feet over flood stage.

In the Midwest, snow melt and heavy rains have swollen the Red River in North Dakota and Minnesota to near flood stage, and the river is expected to crest two feet above major flood stage by Sunday morning, and one foot above one of the permanent dikes on the river. In Fargo, ND, the Red River is expected to crest Saturday at 38 feet, three feet below the record of 41 feet set last year. Many rivers in Iowa are in flood and expected to crest above major flood stage on Thursday or Friday this week, including the Des Moines River in northern Iowa. In Des Moines, flooding on the Des Moines River is expected to be moderate, but a levee that failed in the floods of 1993 and 2008 is leaking, and residents of the area are evacuating, according to media reports.


Figure 1. Estimated precipitation for the seven day period ending at 8am EDT Monday March 15, 2010. Image credit: NOAA.

Tropical Cyclone Tomas roars through Fiji Islands
Tropical Cyclone Tomas roared through the eastern portion of the Fiji Islands as a major Category 3 storm with 130 mph winds yesterday. Tomas sideswiped the two largest islands in the chain, destroying 50 buildings, causing extensive power outages, and claiming one life. The cyclone made a direct hit on several of the smaller islands to the east of the main islands, and the extent of damage on these islands is unknown, but undoubtedly very heavy.

Tropical Cyclone Ului weakens, may threaten Australia
The first Category 5 tropical cyclone of the year, Tropical Cyclone Uliu, has weakened from its impressive peak as a Category 5 storm with 160 mph winds to a low-end Category 4 storm with 132 mph winds. Ului is over the open waters of the South Pacific, east of Australia, and is projected to significantly decay as the week progresses, due to high wind shear. Ului may be a threat to the Queensland coast of Australia by the end of the week, but should be at tropical storm strength by then.


Figure 2. Tropical Cyclone Ului (left) and Tropical Cyclone Tomas (right). Over the Solomon Islands, Tropical Cyclone Ului had maximum sustained winds of 130 knots (240 kilometers per hour, 150 miles per hour) and gusts up to 160 knots (300 km/hr, 180 mph). Over Fiji, Tropical Cyclone Tomas had maximum sustained winds of 115 knots (215 km/hr, 132 mph) and gusts up to 140 knots (260 km/hr, 160 mph). The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Terra and Aqua satellites captured both storms in multiple passes over the South Pacific on March 15, 2010, local time. The majority of the image is from the morning of March 15 (late March 14, UTC time) as seen by MODIS on the Terra satellite, with the right portion of the image having been acquired earliest. The wedge-shaped area right of center is from Aqua MODIS, and it was taken in the early afternoon of March 15 (local time). Image credit: NASA.

Portlight looks to build permanent shelters in Haiti
On February 26th, torrential rains brought more than five feet (1.5 m) of flood water into the streets in the coastal city of Les Cayes, Haiti, an area unscathed by the massive January 2010 earthquake. Eleven people were killed during this storm, with the rainy season still two months away. This deadly flood serves as a reminder that the people of Haiti are highly vulnerable to disastrous flooding during this year's rainy season. A vast number of the survivors are living in "tent" cities where most of the "tents" are really nothing more than bed sheets draped over ropes and sticks; the potential for a second humanitarian disaster is significant. With this in mind, Portlight.org has been exploring fast, inexpensive methods of providing solid, permanent, safe shelter for survivors of the earthquake. They have found a number of groups looking at using shipping containers for this purpose. Shipping containers are steel-reinforced boxes used for shipping goods overseas. Portlight's on-site coordinator in Haiti, Richard Lumarque, has identified an engineer that has come up with a number of designs for converting these containers into dormitories, offices, medical facilities and individual homes; his plan for a dormitory container is below. Portlight is looking to help with this effort; please visit the Portlight.org web site to learn more and to donate to this worthy cause.


Figure 3. A proposed design for a simple dormitory that can accommodate twelve people, built from a shipping container.

I'll have a new post on Wednesday or Thursday.

Jeff Masters

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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


And the sweeping generalizations go on...


oh geez lighten up
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Quoting Orcasystems:


I must admit, I am sadly disappointed in Levi and ataM.... its not like them to pick an intellectual argument with a person who is obviously unarmed.

Ehh, you are correct. He *is* just parroting the party line...over and over and over.

But enough about that.

This looks interesting. A 5 story tell wind tunnel in Canada: http://www.financialpost.com/news-sectors/story.html?id=2694666
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Mirror argument? Sigh. Do I have to? Link


Not sure what you're talking about...what was wrong with what I just said lol. I can debate a point made by one person, that's not wrong. It doesn't mean I'm bashing that person or bringing in political stuff just because it's one person. Sheesh.
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Quoting Hurricanes101:


He seems like a disciple of the GW movement. Bet he has a tattoo of Al Gore lol


And the sweeping generalizations go on...
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Quoting Levi32:


You can't compare it to cancer research. Water in the atmosphere is a fundamental base attribute that, if ignored, means all their climate models are flawed, and therefore their predictions.

All I can say is we'll know within the next 20 years if you're right. Nobody knows for sure what's going on because we've only been observing temperature the RIGHT way for 30 years, only during a warm oceanic cycle, and even if your graph is accurate that's still only 150 years, which could simply mean we're coming up out of the ice age, or maybe there's a huge global cycle that we have only observed a tiny piece of. We don't know, but the facts available now sure aren't enough to start predicting the climate 50-100 years from now.


Very well said

Here is your Nobel Prize

Answer to this debate is

D) Not enough information to go on


NEXT!!
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850. flsky
Illuminated cloud trails above Greece:

Link
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Quoting hahaguy:

keeper , Looks like a breaking news ticker lol.
don't worry he got whats coming to him on the way
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


There are some minor flaws in the prevailing AGW theory, but attacking every bit of evidence that seems to be against it only ensures that science does not progress. Imagine if they had this level of skepticism for cancer research, and how many lives would have been saved if they hadn't had the profound skepticism (by the way, they've already found multiple cures for cancer, but the big corporations won't support them? Global temperatures and CO2 show that the pattern you describe has already been existing for 30 years.



You can't compare it to cancer research. Water in the atmosphere is a fundamental base attribute that, if ignored, means all their climate models are flawed, and therefore their predictions.

All I can say is we'll know within the next 20 years if you're right. Nobody knows for sure what's going on because we've only been observing temperature the RIGHT way for 30 years, only during a warm oceanic cycle, and even if your graph is accurate that's still only 150 years, which could simply mean we're coming up out of the ice age, or maybe there's a huge global cycle that we have only observed a tiny piece of. We don't know, but the facts available now sure aren't enough to start predicting the climate 50-100 years from now.
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Its a surprize to all of a sudden have 2 storm in the south pacific after such a long lull
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Quoting PcolaDan:


Wow, judge, jury and executioner. That could easily be construed as a veiled threat, not to mention one very big ego. Obviously you never learned that trust is something to be earned, not coerced. Not too smart of you. (quoted on purpose)


He seems like a disciple of the GW movement. Bet he has a tattoo of Al Gore lol
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Quoting Hurricanes101:
ok a change of topic sounds um WAY overdue


So lets talk about Ului, only cyclone in the world now that is a threat, and it could have a big impact on the Australian coastline

I am sure there is plenty of information that can be shared about Ului in terms of track, strength and preparations in the path of Ului.


Don't forget about the remnants of Tomas, which may yet funnel the warm anomalies into Pine Island Bay.

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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

People who share false data and manipulate science belong into prison.
And something tells me that soon anti-science people, will be hunted and wish to be in prison.


You can trust me on this(If not read some history books).


Wow, judge, jury and executioner. That could easily be construed as a veiled threat, not to mention one very big ego. Obviously you never learned that trust is something to be earned, not coerced. Not too smart of you. (quoted on purpose)
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Quoting Orcasystems:


Yes, occasionally... but when he is finished his party line.... he throws in something intelligent like:

"You and atmo pretend to be some kind of meterolog but when it comes to climate you guys have no eyes. How comes? Do you work for dirty oil?"

Thats not an argument... thats a "you have to agree with me 100%.. or your obviously on the take".


agreed 100% with your analysis lol

seems to me that drg feels anyone who disagrees with him has stake in oil LOL
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Quoting Levi32:


No you're bringing it in....I attacked Al Gore's scientific claim, not his person. I contradicted what he said was a fact, by showing that it wasn't a fact. That's not political...please. I'm tired of being accused of attacking people on a personal or political level.


Mirror argument? Sigh. Do I have to? Link
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840. flsky
Detailed view of a solar eclipse corona:
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap100316.html
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:



I just gave you facts...and YOU ignored them...

You posted an article talking about more rainfall, I countered by citing moisture data, because GW people believe moisture is the cause for more rain.

And yeah that's right I'm making no money from this, neither is Joe Bastardi or Joe D'Aleo or Roy Spencer or Dr. Gray. Think about how much money they stand to make on this argument compared to the people on the other side. Ask yourself which group is more inclined to tell the truth based on the potential profit involved for each group.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

And in case that takes you too far into politics....I will end this discussion. Keep posting if you want. I'm done for now, I made my point.
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Quoting Levi32:


He sure comes at me with a lot for a guy who's "unarmed". He throws all sorts of data at me and I throw back, nothing wrong with that....

We've had some pretty educational arguments in here about GW, but I do stop when it goes too long and too far.


Yes, occasionally... but when he is finished his party line.... he throws in something intelligent like:

"You and atmo pretend to be some kind of meterolog but when it comes to climate you guys have no eyes. How comes? Do you work for dirty oil?"

Thats not an argument... thats a "you have to agree with me 100%.. or your obviously on the take".
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My apologies, but I wonder what will be happening 15- 20 years from now? I really do..... I better go :)

BTW, who has been missing for several weeks on the AGW argument? LoL

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Quoting Levi32:


That's the attitude that is killing the GW argument. They won't address these questions. They even admit they don't have a handle on it, and moisture is the biggest issue that they have yet to explain, and is the thing that will bring their theories down if all else fails. They can't explain it. That's magical! They say they know what's going on but can't explain why the water isn't playing along. If they refuse to answer our questions, then it just proves they don't know what they're dealing with and are afraid to try. At that point I rest my case, knowing I just leveled them to the point of being speechless, as you now are.

I'll be done talking about it now. If the atmospheric moisture rises along with temperatures and CO2 in the next 30 years, then you're right. If that doesn't happen that way, then you're wrong. We'll let time tell us.


There are some minor flaws in the prevailing AGW theory, but attacking every bit of evidence that seems to be against it only ensures that science does not progress. Imagine if they had this level of skepticism for cancer research, and how many lives would have been saved if they hadn't had the profound skepticism (by the way, they've already found multiple cures for cancer, but the big corporations won't support them? Global temperatures and CO2 show that the pattern you describe has already been existing for 30 years.

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ok a change of topic sounds um WAY overdue


So lets talk about Ului, only cyclone in the world now that is a threat, and it could have a big impact on the Australian coastline

I am sure there is plenty of information that can be shared about Ului in terms of track, strength and preparations in the path of Ului.
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

How comes that you not got a noble pirze yet? WHat has your -input- todo with what i posted? Yet you ask me to explain new england moist.

In which world are you living Levi? The one you -desire- i bet! How much money you earn while posting ANTI AGW propaganda? Are you proud of yourself - ignore the FACTS - the science?

People who share false data and manipulate science belong into prison.
And something tells me that soon anti-science people, will be hunted and wish to be in prison.


You can trust me on this(If not read some history books).


are you using Al Gore's nobel prize to defend him. The same people who are infatuated with global warming are the same people who hand out that prize.

and no disrespect to obama whatsoever but he got a nobel prize when he wasn't even in office for more than a month
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drg, where's you noble PRIZE?
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Quoting Levi32:


The problem for the people is that area has a very slanted coast, and any deviation...


I see a bad joke in there somewhere. ;)
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Quoting Twinkster:
ok I don't understand this entire conflict. Global Warming or any idea related is a very complex issue that requires years of studying and it annoys me when government bureaucrats and the United Nations keep making people think that we are all going to drown by rising sea levels and all the ice caps are going to melt.

There is evidence supporting both sides and the human race even with all the technology we have doesn't know for a fact how the earth has changed in the past.
Also there is no harm in investing in clean energy however it annoys the heck out of me when anytime a GW supporter hears a non GW supporter talk they claim that they work for dirty oil.

get over it it is a complex issue that we won't resolve any time soon and especially can't solve it on this blog


Some of the "evidence" used to support the skeptics' assertions are obtained after coming up with a conclusion, which is neither skepticism nor science. This issue could be solved more easily if we could get rid of the false complexities, but I agree that we shouldn't do that by taking up too much space on the blog, as meterologists are inheretantly unqualified to discuss the climate.
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


So by your standpoint, skeptics should be attacking Al Gore or James Hansen, and AGW proponents should be attacking S. Fred Singer or James Inhofe? Obviously, something isn't right with that argument. Let's leave politics out of this.


No you're bringing it in....I attacked Al Gore's scientific claim, not his person. I contradicted what he said was a fact, by showing that it wasn't a fact. That's not political...please. I'm tired of being accused of attacking people on a personal or political level.
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:


Doomsday scare? Bash?

Are you drunk?

Nope, sorry, I am afraid it wouldn't be a fair argument.
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Quoting Orcasystems:


I have had him on ignore starting about a week after he showed up... but people keep quoting him :(

Sorts of makes you miss JFV



yup
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Quoting Levi32:


The problem for the people is that area has a very slanted coast, and any deviation in path could shift the landfall location by dozens of miles or more.


very similar to SW Florida with Charley
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Quoting Orcasystems:


I must admit, I am sadly disappointed in Levi and ataM.... its not like them to pick an intellectual argument with a person who is obviously unarmed.


He sure comes at me with a lot for a guy who's "unarmed". He throws all sorts of data at me and I throw back, nothing wrong with that....

We've had some pretty educational arguments in here about GW, but I do stop when it goes too long and too far.
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Quoting AussieStorm:

I dont get his posts, He always posts off topic stuff.


I have had him on ignore starting about a week after he showed up... but people keep quoting him :(

Sorts of makes you miss JFV
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if any one in here ues yahoo IM i like too add you too my IM


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Quoting Levi32:


Alright taking a step back here....I brought up what Al Gore said multiple times about more moisture being the cause for more rain and snow in New England. I try to refute that claim and you think that's irrelevant? Besides what Al Gore says is what nearly every other GW-believing scientist says about what GW should cause. Gore is the foremost outspoken individual on GW, he's the poster child for it, he made a movie about it, his life is dedicated to it. I can try to prove he's wrong if I so desire, without being told that I'm off the topic.


So by your standpoint, skeptics should be attacking Al Gore or James Hansen, and AGW proponents should be attacking S. Fred Singer or James Inhofe? Obviously, something isn't right with that argument. Let's leave politics out of this.
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Quoting Hurricanes101:


Landfall will likely be north of Mackay; likely between Townsville and Proserpine.


The problem for the people is that area has a very slanted coast, and any deviation in path could shift the landfall location by dozens of miles or more.
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YAY the trolls are out time for fun
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
drg0dOwnCountry or darth vader you are about to be replaced with empty space just like whats in your head

I dont get his posts, He always posts off topic stuff.
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Quoting Levi32:


Oh I will eventually....always do when it gets hopeless lol.

Um...little more convection in a ring around the eye...movement nudging westward....the curve is beginning. Looks like I'll have to adjust my landfall location in tomorrow morning's update.



Landfall will likely be north of Mackay; likely between Townsville and Proserpine.
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keeper , Looks like a breaking news ticker lol.
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

It is totaly irrelevant who you think has teh biggest face in AGW. AGW KILLS - UNDERSTAND? GO and figure, but leave me alone with your silly questions.

Dirty oil ....


That's the attitude that is killing the GW argument. They won't address these questions. They even admit they don't have a handle on it, and moisture is the biggest issue that they have yet to explain, and is the thing that will bring their theories down if all else fails. They can't explain it. That's magical! They say they know what's going on but can't explain why the water isn't playing along. If they refuse to answer our questions, then it just proves they don't know what they're dealing with and are afraid to try. At that point I rest my case, knowing I just leveled them to the point of being speechless, as you now are.

I'll be done talking about it now. If the atmospheric moisture rises along with temperatures and CO2 in the next 30 years, then you're right. If that doesn't happen that way, then you're wrong. We'll let time tell us.
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drg, give it a rest.
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ok I don't understand this entire conflict. Global Warming or any idea related is a very complex issue that requires years of studying and it annoys me when government bureaucrats and the United Nations keep making people think that we are all going to drown by rising sea levels and all the ice caps are going to melt.

There is evidence supporting both sides and the human race even with all the technology we have doesn't know for a fact how the earth has changed in the past.
Also there is no harm in investing in clean energy however it annoys the heck out of me when anytime a GW supporter hears a non GW supporter talk they claim that they work for dirty oil.

get over it it is a complex issue that we won't resolve any time soon and especially can't solve it on this blog
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I believe next week the water temperature in the gulf should go up as the high builds in giving us a lot of sunshine . What i would also like to now why the forecast are so far out in the 3 month predictions we should get above normal rain in Belize and so far we have not had any rain the last 3 to 4 weeks causing the ground to crack a month to early .
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Quoting PcolaDan:
Being a scientist does not automatically make one smart, nor does a college degree. It hopefully makes one educated, and yes this includes post graduate work. Data is interpretive in many sciences, a tool to be used. There are many smart non-scientists who are very good at researching and learning something, using the data, and making viable deductions. IMO Levi appears to be one of that type. Then there are others who only read certain articles and then regurgitate it as gospel. Don't confuse education with smarts.


I must admit, I am sadly disappointed in Levi and ataM.... its not like them to pick an intellectual argument with a person who is obviously unarmed.
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Quoting Hurricanes101:


I posted it a few posts back but everyone is so busy dealing with the troll, they missed it lol

you are above this Levi, let it go so we can talk about Ului and its potential impacts


Oh I will eventually....always do when it gets hopeless lol.

Um...little more convection in a ring around the eye...movement nudging westward....the curve is beginning. Looks like I'll have to adjust my landfall location in tomorrow morning's update.

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PRIORITY
TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 1
Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane
Issued at 10:56am EST on Thursday the 18th of March 2010

A Cyclone WATCH has been declared for coastal areas from Cardwell to Yeppoon.


At 10:00 am EST Severe Tropical Cyclone Ului, Category 3 was estimated to be
1140 kilometres northeast of Mackay and
1310 kilometres east of Cairns and
moving south southwest at 6 kilometres per hour.

The cyclone is expected to remain about the same strength.

Severe Tropical Cyclone Ului is expected to begin moving in a southwesterly
direction tonight towards the Queensland coast.

On current predictions the most likely scenario is for the cyclone to cross the
coast Sunday morning between Cardwell and Mackay. However, it is important to
understand that some uncertainty remains in this outlook period.

DAMAGING winds should develop between Cardwell and Yeppoon during Saturday as
the cyclone approaches the coast.

The windy conditions over much of the Queensland east coastal waters will
continue due to the tight pressure gradient generated by a combination of a high
pressure system situated in the Tasman Sea and Severe Tropical Cyclone Ului.
Seas and swell are expected to increase along much of the Queensland east coast
and produce dangerous surf conditions on the exposed coasts.

People between Cardwell and Yeppoon should consider what action they will need
to take if the cyclone threat increases. If you are unsure about the actions to
be taken, information is available from your local government or local State
Emergency Service.

Details of Severe Tropical Cyclone Ului at 10:00 am EST:
.Centre located near...... 15.0 degrees South 157.8 degrees East
.Location accuracy........ within 20 kilometres
.Recent movement.......... towards the south southwest at 6 kilometres per hour
.Wind gusts near centre... 205 kilometres per hour
.Severity category........ 3
.Central pressure......... 960 hectoPascals

Please ensure that neighbours have heard and understood this message,
particularly new arrivals or those who may not fully understand English.

The next advice will be issued by 5:00 pm EST Thursday 18 March.
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


You're doing it again. Irrelavently injecting politics and the messenger (Al Gore) into a global warming argument.


Alright taking a step back here....I brought up what Al Gore said multiple times about more moisture being the cause for more rain and snow in New England. I try to refute that claim and you think that's irrelevant? Besides what Al Gore says is what nearly every other GW-believing scientist says about what GW should cause. Gore is the foremost outspoken individual on GW, he's the poster child for it, he made a movie about it, his life is dedicated to it. I can try to prove he's wrong if I so desire, without being told that I'm off the topic.
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Quoting Levi32:


Wow I guess they issue watches a lot earlier than the U.S. does.


I posted it a few posts back but everyone is so busy dealing with the troll, they missed it lol

you are above this Levi, let it go so we can talk about Ului and its potential impacts
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Quoting Hurricanes101:


Ului has prompted Watches along the Australian coast


Wow I guess they issue watches a lot earlier than the U.S. does.
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