Crazy storm weather around the world

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The Meteorological Agency urged extreme caution over the potential impacts of the typhoon as it is expected to intensify Sunday, potentially reaching an atmospheric pressure of 915 hectopascals at its center and packing winds of up to 306 kilometers per hour, faster than most shinkansen.

The lower the atmospheric pressure at the center, the greater the typhoon’s strength as it causes high tides when approaching coastal areas.

Through Sunday, the Okinawa region will likely be hit by gusts strong enough to topple houses. The storm will move through Amami Oshima island and approach Kyushu from Sunday to Monday, the agency said.

Southern areas of Kyushu could see rainfall of up to 800 millimeters by Monday evening, it said, also warning of high waves and tides.


 

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Sure is looking a lot like a "global superstorm" in bits and pieces!

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Q: Now, a couple of world events have recently occurred which were in an earlier list of predictions. One of these was the Ukraine explosion and the other was the flood in Africa. In fact, the flood headlines were almost in the same words you gave it. What this made me think was that, since these things are beginning to happen, since they were given as a group prediction, does this mean that the other things in that particular segment may be just around the corner in time, so to speak?
A: Could be.
Q: You also made a remark once that ice ages occur much, much faster than people ever thought...
A: Yes.
Q: Do we need to invest in some mukluks and snowshoes?
A: ??
Q: Well, what I am trying to get at is: should we start stockpiling firewood?
A: Maybe.
Q: So, it could be that fast?
A: Oh yes, and faster when in response to global"warming."
Q: When you put "warming" in quotes, you obviously mean warming in more than just an ordinary sense? Is that correct?
A: And/or not really "warm."
Q: Whitley Strieber and Art Bell have published a book about a "global superstorm." Is any of the information they have given in this book fairly accurate?
A: Derived from non-human sources known for stark accuracy, when convenient.
Q: What makes it convenient at the present time for them to be "starkly accurate?"
A: Fits into plans.
Q: Plans for what?
A: Do we not know already?
Q: In other words: world conquest and the takeover of humanity?
A: Not as simple.
Q: What would make my statement more accurate?
A: Call it amalgamation.

[....]
Q: ... Now, I want to go back to what you said about Whitley Strieber and Art Bell getting their information from "non-human" sources about world conquest and domination. Are Art and Whitley consciously aware of their connection to this source of information?
A: Amalgamation, we did not say "conquest."
Q: But, on previous occasions you have discussed the alien plan to manipulate humanity via time travel, creating an infrastructure for taking over the world. Are you saying that it will be done in such a way that there is no "outward" sign that it has happened?
A: Close.
Q: So, in other words, the world is being taken over gradually, right now, as we sit here and speak, and most people aren't even aware of it?
A: Sort of....
Q: Are people, at any point, going to become aware of it? Are they going to wake up... or is it just the way of nature?
A: Natural processes.
Q: So, aliens are never going to appear in the sky; there is never going to be a battle as you have previously stated; there is never going to be...
A: WHOA!
Q: Well, that's kind of what you are saying!
A: No. You are impatianet for a quick, packaged definition.
Q: What I am trying to get at is; you are saying it is a natural process; you are saying we are being taken over; it is not a conquest; though you did not say that it was not domination, of course - clearly domination is part of it, is that correct?
A: One could call it evolution.
Q: Well, still those things make one tend to think of natural processes that do not involve a war in the sky, spaceships shooting lasers...
A: Who says such rules apply?
Q: I'm just saying that it how you are making it sound; that it is just a strictly natural process. We are talking about 4th density beings... I guess they could...
A: Natural processes are not restricted by your preconceived boundaries.
Q: Then, let me come at it from another direction: are these beings who are behind Strieber and Bell's book part of those who will participate in some sort of battle? The problem here is that you have excluded the word "conquest." (A) I think they excluded conquest because, to a large extent, for most people, it is not a conquest; they just simply allow it. So, there is no conquest for most...
A: That is part of it, but we know you can exceed your programmed ideas if you try. Conquest, or lack thereof is a matter of opinion/perception.
Q: Let me get this straight: how is this book by Strieber and Bell going to play into the plans of STS aliens?
A: Not the book, the events depicted.
Q: So, are you saying that Whitley and Art are doing a favor for all of us by publicizing this information, that it could be helpful?
A: Makes little difference.
Q: Is there anything that COULD make a difference? Or is it necessary to make a difference?
A: In the biggest picture, no.
Q: So, it's not necessary to make a difference?
A: The soul, she counteth. The body, she doth not!
Q: So, that's the biggest picture. Narrow the picture down: is there something that could make a difference? Clearly, in the biggest picture, nothing makes a difference...
A: Native Americans asked similar questions once!
Q: Which brings up the subject of Native Americans. A big part of what is being taught by them at the present time is that the aliens, the Grays, and assorted others, are good guys - the "star people" coming here to teach us and to help us advance! They claim that it is a "good" thing to have contacts, abductions, and so on and on.
A: No. Corrupted message. Some early contacts were with benevolent STO beings.
Q: And now they are confused because they think that the present contacts are with the same beings of the past contacts?
A: Close.

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Q: (L) Alright. Okay, the question on my mind: We have had in the last 10 days or 2 weeks or whatever a bunch of really odd tornadoes. There have been tornadoes appearing in places where tornadoes historically don't show up very often, if at all. Plus, there was a complete double-tornado with... What was it? It had multiple vortices?

(Niall) There were two events. One was a twin tornado, and one was one tornado with multiple vortices.

(L) Okay. So, what all of this...

A: Remember "Day After Tomorrow" and the comments we made about the coming global superstorm some "time" ago. You are presently witnessing many of the things that will intensify as time goes forward. Ain't it awesome?!!
 

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Hurricane Paulette to Track Near Bermuda With Damaging Winds, Heavy Rain and Storm Surge
By weather.com meteorologists 5 hours ago weather.com
At a Glance
  • Hurricane Paulette will track near Bermuda through Monday.
  • Damaging winds, heavy rainfall and storm surge will impact Bermuda.
  • Paulette will cause rip currents on the U.S. East Coast.
Hurricane Paulette will track near Bermuda into Monday with threats of damaging winds, heavy rainfall and storm surge. Paulette will also stir up waves and rip currents on the U.S. East Coast.

A hurricane warning has been issued for Bermuda, which will likely see tropical storm conditions by late Sunday. Hurricane conditions are possible in the archipelago by Sunday night or early Monday.

Paulette's strong winds could cause tree damage and knock out power in parts of Bermuda.

There will also be heavy rainfall in Bermuda through Monday, which might trigger flash flooding. Rainfall totals are predicted to be 3 to 6 inches.

Paulette will likely bring a storm surge and pounding surf where winds blow onshore in Bermuda. That could result in significant coastal flooding in some areas.

Increased wave activity and a threat of rip currents are expected on parts of the U.S. East Coast. These swells have already arrived in some areas and will continue into the first half of this week.

Rip currents will be possible along nearly the entire U.S. East Coast through Tuesday or Wednesday. These rip currents may occur in sunny skies.
 

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Cyclone Ianos: '`Rare extreme weather phenomenon' makes landfall in Greece
The hurricane-strength storm hit into Greece’s western islands, bringing lashing rain and gales, with reports of flooding and power cuts on the islands of Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Ithaca.
Ianos will cause heavy rainfall that will reach up to 400 mm in some areas, which could result in flash floods, according to the European Storm Forecast Experiment (ESTOFEX).
There is a risk of tornadoes developing, it added.

"Mediterranean cyclones are relatively rare phenomena, which we have encountered in Greece since 1995, but they have intensified and become more frequent in the Mediterranean region due to climate change," Hardalias added. The weather event form in the same way and look like the tropical cyclones as those seen in the US, but are weaker, generally shorter in life, and smaller in size than tropical cyclones.
 

c.a.

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In 24 hours, on the calendar day of September 19, 718 mm of rain were recorded in Valleraugue. Other stations recorded remarkable accumulations of 350 to 450 mm on

FLASH - One #tornade touched the beach of #Mourillon at #Toulon tonight. Damage has been reported concerning #restaurants neighbors. Another tornado has hit #Hyeres.
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Gary

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The first ever subtropical storm to hit the Iberian Peninsular has now been recorded according to The Portugal Times.

The first ever subtropical storm has been recorded in an occurrence described by meteorologists as a "historic fact".

According to weather experts, subtropical storm Alpha, which barrelled along the Portuguese coast and through some parts of Spain last weekend, was the first event of its kind to be registered since weather records began.

This was first put forward by Spanish meteorologists and later confirmed by the Portuguese Met Office (IPMA).

In some cases along the Portuguese coast, particularly the stretches along the Algarve and up to Lisbon, entire beaches were consumed by rapid rises in sea levels, while winds of up to 100km/h were registered in some inland locations.

On 18 September, 522 occurrences were registered by civil protection authorities due to strong rain and wind which wreaked havoc in various parts of the country.

The early hours of 19 September were calmer, but the Civil Protection service still registered 33 occurrences, mostly associated to falling trees, flooding, toppling structures and tidal surges in coastal areas.

Newspaper Observador reported two tornados in Beja and Palmela, which occurred due to supercells.

The districts of Leiria, Lisbon and Faro were the most affected by the unseasonably bad weather.

According to Visão magazine, Juan Jesús González Alemán, a researcher in atmospheric dynamics, quoted by Spanish daily newspaper El País, has no doubts: "it is a historical fact."

Rubén Del Campo, spokesman for the Spanish meteorological agency, added: "It was a very profound storm and, above all, rare for the time of year and for the latitudes where it passed."

Weather experts appear to be in agreement, Visão reports, that there seems to be a growing movement of weather phenomena more typical of the American coastline on Europe's doorstep. Last year, three other tropical phenomena landed in Portugal and Spain, whereas the norm would be the odd occurrence over extended periods.

Tropical storms are a type of cyclone that carry sustained winds - that is, the average wind speed in one minute - of between 60 and 120 kilometres per hour. The next step up, hurricane category, exceeds 120km/h.

Subtropical storms are hybrids that have the characteristics of the occurrences of the tropical system, but which occur at mid-latitudes.
 

c.a.

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#StormAlex may bring potential winds exceeding 100km an-hour along the southern coast and a possible big chill.

The Depression #Alex , responsible for the first #tempête of the season tomorrow on south #Bretagne , will also cause a clear deterioration of conditions on Friday in the south-east of the country.


With the approach of the storm #Alex ,@meteofrance emits an orange alert this morning Dash symbol Strong winds: Morbihan, Côtes-d'Armor, Ille-et-Vilaine and Loire-Atlantique 🌧 Heavy rains: Finistère, Côte-d'Armor, Morbihan

 

c.a.

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Wow an interesting term for this weird weather phenomena, Ciclogénesis Explosiva.

Definitions of explosive cyclogenesis
noun
a phenomenon or process in which there is rapid and sustained falling of barometric pressure in the center of a low-pressure system, indicative of its strengthening into a powerful storm.

The storm #Alex It will go deeper tomorrow afternoon at 12h 17mb from 993mb to 977mb. This deepening makes it possible to be classified as #ciclogenesisexplosivaThe night from V to S the level of will be around 1200m in the Western Pyrenees More than 50cm above 2000m.



Oh my! This afternoon (10/02/2020), gale in the Plaza de Santo Domingo, in the city of #Murcia . The strong streaks of #vientoThey have caused many problems in the collection of the terraces of the establishments. Video:
@P_CaballeroG

 

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Intempéries dans les Alpes-Maritimes : un millier de pompiers à la recherche des disparus​

EN IMAGES - Selon le dernier bilan des autorités, huit personnes sont toujours portées disparues dans la Vallée de la Roya et dans la Vésubie et une dizaine d'autres sont «recherchées».

Par Le Figaro avec AFP
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Le pont traversant la Vésubie à Roquebillière a été emporté. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP
Près de 1000 pompiers sont mobilisés dimanche 4 octobre dans les Alpes-Maritimes frappées par des crues exceptionnelles, pour oeuvrer au rétablissement des voies de communication et à la recherche des personnes disparues, ont indiqué les pompiers à l'AFP. Vendredi, jusqu'à 500 millimètres de pluies sont tombés en quelques heures, «du jamais vu depuis l'installation des instruments de mesure», a dit le premier ministre Jean Castex, venu sur place.
À LIRE AUSSI : «J'ai tout perdu mais on est en vie»: des sinistrés des intempéries dans les Alpes-Maritimes relativisent
En Italie, deux personnes, dont un pompier, ont été retrouvées mortes dans des inondations à la frontière avec la France. Samedi soir, 21 personnes qui étaient portées disparues par les autorités italiennes ont été secourues du côté français des Alpes, près de Tende, dans l'arrière-pays niçois. Dans la matinée, un gendarme français porté disparu avait lui aussi été retrouvé sain et sauf.

À LIRE AUSSI : Intempéries dans les Alpes-Maritimes : un gendarme disparu retrouvé vivant
Selon le dernier bilan des autorités, huit personnes sont toujours portées disparues en France, dans la Vallée de la Roya et dans la Vésubie, depuis la nuit de vendredi à samedi, et une dizaine d'autres sont «recherchées», c'est-à-dire que «nous sommes sans nouvelle (d'elles)» a indiqué samedi soir Jean Castex qui s'est rendu à Nice.
Les dégâts sont graves des deux côtés de la frontière : de nombreux villages ont été dévastés par les eaux et les glissements de terrain, des routes et des ponts ont été endommagés ou détruits.

«Les recherches continuent bien sûr, avec des reconnaissances d'endroits isolées» auxquels les pompiers n'avaient pas encore accès dimanche matin, ont indiqué à l'AFP les pompiers des Alpes-Maritimes. «Il faut rétablir les voies de communication pour permettre l'accès des secours», ont-ils ajouté. 600 pompiers des Alpes-Maritimes restent à pied d'oeuvre, ainsi que les quelque 300 effectifs venus en renfort d'autres départements dès vendredi soir.

Villages ravagés​

A Roquebillière, à une cinquantaine de kilomètres au nord de Nice, deux personnes âgées ont été emportées par les flots dans l'effondrement de leur maison.


Dans les Alpes-Maritimes, une maison emportée par la force de la Vésubie
À Roquebillière, la maison de deux personnes âgées, qui s'étaient réfugiées sur le toit, est emportée par la Vésubie en crue, suite aux pluies diluviennes qui se sont abattues dans les Alpes-Maritimes.
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« Les pompiers n'ayant pas assez de corde longue, et même avec nos cordes à nous on ne pouvait pas arriver à la maison, donc pour les sortir c'était trop tard, puis la maison a été emportée coup », a raconté à l'AFP un témoin de la scène, Patrick Theus.

Une maison détruite dans le village de Roquebillière. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP
Les crues qualifiées d '« exceptionnelles » par Météo France ont ravagé des villages de la vallée de la Vésubie et de la vallée de la Roya, où des maisons ont été emportées par les flots, tandis que d'autres sont en péril, perchées au -dessus du vide. De nombreuses routes et ponts sont toujours coupés dimanche, et de ce fait des villages entiers sont isolés du monde.
Depuis samedi, l'armée et des centaines de secouristes sont proposés côté français pour rechercher les disparus et apporter par hélicoptère des moyens médicaux et de l'eau aux habitants isolés.
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Bad weather in the Alpes-Maritimes: a thousand firemen looking for the missing ones
IN PICTURES - According to the latest assessment of the authorities, eight people are still missing in the Roya Valley and in Vesubia and about ten others are "wanted".

By Le Figaro with AFP
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The bridge crossing the Vésubie River at Roquebillière was washed away.
The bridge crossing the Vésubie River in Roquebillière was washed away. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP
Nearly 1,000 firefighters are mobilized Sunday, October 4 in the Alpes-Maritimes hit by exceptional floods, to work to restore communication routes and search for missing persons, the firefighters told AFP. Friday, up to 500 millimeters of rain fell in a few hours, "never seen since the installation of measuring instruments," said Prime Minister Jean Castex, who came on site.

TO READ ALSO: "I lost everything but we're alive": disaster victims of the bad weather in the Alpes-Maritimes put into perspective
In Italy, two people, including a firefighter, were found dead in floods on the border with France. On Saturday evening, 21 people who were reported missing by the Italian authorities were rescued on the French side of the Alps, near Tende, in the hinterland of Nice. In the morning, a missing French gendarme was also found safe and sound.

READ ALSO: Bad weather in the Alpes-Maritimes: missing gendarme found alive
According to the last balance sheet of the authorities, eight people are still missing in France, in the Valley of Roya and Vésubie, since the night of Friday to Saturday, and a dozen others are "wanted", that is to say that "we are without news (of them)" indicated Saturday evening Jean Castex who went to Nice.

The damage is serious on both sides of the border: many villages have been devastated by water and landslides, roads and bridges have been damaged or destroyed.

"The search continues of course, with reconnaissance of isolated places" to which firefighters had not yet had access on Sunday morning, the Alpes-Maritimes firefighters told AFP. "It is necessary to re-establish the communication channels to allow the access of the rescue services", they added. 600 fire departments of the Alpes-Maritimes remain at work, as well as the 300 or so personnel who came in reinforcement from other departments from Friday evening.

Ravaged villages
In Roquebillière, about 50 kilometers north of Nice, two elderly people were swept away by the waves in the collapse of their house.

Dans les Alpes-Maritimes, une maison a été emportée par la force de la Vésubie.
A Roquebillière, la maison de deux personnes âgées, réfugiées sur le toit, a été emportée par les inondations de la Vésubie, suite aux fortes pluies qui sont tombées dans les Alpes-Maritimes.
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"Les pompiers n'avaient pas assez de corde longue, et même avec nos propres cordes, nous ne pouvions pas nous rendre à la maison, donc pour les faire sortir, il était trop tard, puis la maison a été emportée", un témoin de la scène, Patrick Theus, a déclaré à l'AFP.

Une maison détruite dans le village de Roquebillière.
Une maison détruite dans le village de Roquebillière. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP
Les inondations qualifiées d '«exceptionnelles» par Météo France ont ravagé des villages des vallées de la Vésubie et de la Roya, où des maisons ont été emportées, tandis que d'autres sont en danger, perchées au-dessus du vide. De nombreuses routes et ponts sont encore coupés dimanche et, par conséquent, des villages entiers sont isolés du monde.

Depuis samedi, l'armée et des centaines de secouristes ont été déployés côté français pour rechercher les disparus et apporter des fournitures médicales et de l'eau aux habitants isolés par hélicoptère.

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neema

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Wow an interesting term for this weird weather phenomena, Ciclogénesis Explosiva.

Definitions of explosive cyclogenesis


The storm #Alex It will go deeper tomorrow afternoon at 12h 17mb from 993mb to 977mb. This deepening makes it possible to be classified as #ciclogenesisexplosivaThe night from V to S the level of will be around 1200m in the Western Pyrenees More than 50cm above 2000m.



Oh my! This afternoon (10/02/2020), gale in the Plaza de Santo Domingo, in the city of #Murcia . The strong streaks of #vientoThey have caused many problems in the collection of the terraces of the establishments. Video:
@P_CaballeroG


My living room after hurricane Gamma!


You all know what this means…

That's right, indoor pool!! :cool2:

Here in Cancun we are all preparing for Delta as it will directly hit us tonight. Should be fun! ;-D
 

c.a.

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Should be fun!
Stay safe neema. That's a nice approach to the challenge.

#Delta it approaches the coast of Quintana Roo. Slightly weakened with winds of 215 km / h (still cat 4), it is located 220 km east-southeast of Cozumel. Extremely dangerous cyclone due to very intense winds, torrential rains and storm surge



 

c.a.

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This day registered 22.* Celsius (a dramatic jump), from One *C just a few days ago.

Now the weather fright train (named Storm Barbara), will bring another round of snow quite early this year.


Very wet week on the #Cévennes where a classic Cevennes episode in this season is planned. Little chance of seeing the sun there with continuous (weak to moderate) and lasting rains. A front will wave in the west, dry weather with wind in the east.

Storm Barbara is forecast to bring high winds to southwest France from Tuesday, while forecasters are also warning of sudden violent thunderstorms in the region.

The storm's arrival - a fortnight after Storm Alex wrought havoc in the southeast of the country - heralds the end of cold weather in the area that has been a hallmark of the month so far. According to Météo France, it has been the coldest October, since 1988.


Gusts of up to 150kph are predicted at higher altitudes in the Pyrénées as Storm Barbara sweeps up from Spain on Tuesday, according to La Chaîne Météo, while higher temperatures will mean the early snow that has fallen - which arrived about a month earlier than is typical - will melt quickly, prompting experts to warn of possible flooding.


Heavy rainfall is forecast over the Cévennes from Tuesday evening until late Thursday evening, or even into Friday, with up to two months' rainfall expected in just a few days. Despite the heavy downpour, "the risk of flooding seems to be relatively limited at the moment," according to La Chaîne Météo.
 
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