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RECORD FLOODING IS ABOUT TO STRIKE! / Warning for all of the Gulf Coast

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 marlowe    1,748

RECORD FLOODING IS ABOUT TO STRIKE!  

Published on Jun 21, 2017

Warning for all of the Gulf Coast

 

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 Brio    1,038

Al Gore noticed the tide coming in?

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 marlowe    1,748

Interesting vid 

I've never seen a Weather System like Tropical Storm Cindy before.  

Published on Jun 20, 2017

On top of that, we have a new storm exploding across the USA.

 

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 Tarmalen    1,310
1 hour ago, Groove said:

The weather has def been weird this year. 

Welcome to the next X amount of years.....when Gaia is done with the magnetic shift...things will quiet down....

Until then...buckle up...learn and pass that information on to future generations.

(Think long term.....like 300+ generations)

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 LuckyBolt    1,314

Looking at the weather maps online doesn't seem to match the above.  But it's interesting how nearly the entire world is covered in clouds right now.
Every morning, San Diego has a huge wall of fog that moves in blankets everything.  It's kind of cool to watch it fill the valleys.

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 Ukshep    20,169
8 hours ago, marlowe said:

RECORD FLOODING IS ABOUT TO STRIKE!  

Published on Jun 21, 2017

Warning for all of the Gulf Coast

 

Any coppers in the zone??....  Luckily its no where near Oroville. That could have been bad!

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 COBO Member    3,350

True, with Cindy now having made landfall, the southern states are looking at a ton of rain.

But if you look, all that warm air from the gulf will soon be colliding with the cooler air of the storm crossing the upper US. My prediction is a tornado outbreak late tonight early tomorrow from Indiana across to points east.

http://www.intellicast.com/National/Radar/Current.aspx?location=default&region=LIT&animate=true

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 Groove    1,951

It's a birght sun shiny day here in se Louisiana at the moment :D don't know for how long tho. It has rained almost every day for the past 6 weeks here. In the past month and half I can only think of about 10 days with no rain, prolly less than that. 

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