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Where Will Major Hurricane Irma Track In The Next Ten Days?

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Good morning bloggers,

In today’s blog we will go in-depth into the possible track of Major Hurricane Irma.  Weather2020, LLC predicted Major Hurricane Harvey three weeks before Harvey became an over 100 billion dollar disaster.  Weather2020 also used knowledge of the cycling weather pattern to predict the likely hurricane much earlier as there was evidence of a . . . → Read More: Where Will Major Hurricane Irma Track In The Next Ten Days?

Peak Hurricane Season Is In Ten Days

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The peak of Hurricane Season is reached right on September 10th, ten days from now. Some years are very quiet, but with one major landfalling hurricane disaster so far this season will be going down as one of the more memorable ones.  The tropics are still acting up with two new systems to monitor closely.  The . . . → Read More: Peak Hurricane Season Is In Ten Days

Tropical Storm Harvey Makes Another Landfall

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Louisiana had not had a landfalling tropical storm in five years, since Hurricane Isaac in 2012.  Texas and Louisiana is in this years tropical storm hot spot and until the new pattern sets up according to the Cycling Pattern Hypothesis in October we have concerns that there will be another threat or two in . . . → Read More: Tropical Storm Harvey Makes Another Landfall

History Of Major Hurricane Harvey

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A cluster of thunderstorms began organizing around August 13th and this system got the notice of the National Hurricane Center.  The NHC started issuing statements and advisories and then Tropical Storm Harvey was named on August 17th as it approached the Lesser Antilles islands. It then weakened and lost a lot of its circulation . . . → Read More: History Of Major Hurricane Harvey

Harvey Is Moving Back Out Over Warm Generating Water

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Major Hurricane Harvey is now a tropical storm and the surface circulation is now moving back over the warm tropical storm generating water of the Gulf of Mexico.  Harvey is going to be one of the most costly hurricanes in history with billions of dollars in damages in progress right now. As you can . . . → Read More: Harvey Is Moving Back Out Over Warm Generating Water

Sunday T-Storms and Severe Harvey Flooding

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Good Sunday bloggers,

We have one main day of thunderstorms during the next 7 days and it happens to be today.  We have not had good timing on our rainy days this week.  Remember the day of the eclipse?  And now today, when there are all kinds of outdoor events.  Let’s time out the rain for today.

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Harvey and Sunday KC T-Storms

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Good Saturday,

Hurricane Harvey made landfall Friday night around 830 PM as a Category 4.  The last time a Category 4 made a USA landfall was August 13, 2004 in Cayo Costa, FL. That was hurricane Charley.

Before we get into the Kansas City weekend forecast let’s talk tropical weather.  Hurricane season runs from June 1st to November . . . → Read More: Harvey and Sunday KC T-Storms

Major Hurricane Harvey Forms: Could It Track Towards Missouri?

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Hurricane Harvey is becoming a major hurricane in the next few hours.  The conditions are highly favorable for Harvey to become a strong Category 3 storm before landfall which could come tonight. The models continue to slow this system down and stall it near the coast or just inland. What happens from there will . . . → Read More: Major Hurricane Harvey Forms: Could It Track Towards Missouri?

A Rapidly Intensifying Tropical Storm Harvey

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It was 25 years ago today that Hurricane Andrew made landfall in south Florida.  Today, 25 years later we are tracking a strengthening storm.  Tropical Storm Harvey will become a hurricane within the next 24 hours. Conditions are now highly favorable for not just intensification but for rapid intensification. As Harvey approaches Texas it . . . → Read More: A Rapidly Intensifying Tropical Storm Harvey

The Cycling Pattern Hypothesis Accuracy: Drought To Deluge-Wet or Dry Close By

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Today we will look at the fascinating distribution of rainfall through the plains.  In the early winter Weather2020 made a prediction that a drought would develop and expand in response to the mean ridge that has been a major part of this years cycling pattern.  This mean ridge was one of the biggest reasons . . . → Read More: The Cycling Pattern Hypothesis Accuracy: Drought To Deluge-Wet or Dry Close By