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Will Hurricane Lee Seek Revenge On The Northeast?
#21
Ok, it now official. We have a Threefer out there.

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And the very next one will be Lee. Keep your fingers crossed. Spiteful
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#22
Hey, this is even neater.

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#23
And here is yet one more in color.

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#24
Something tells me that Irma is going to go down in the history books.

This famous airport was badly damaged by Hurricane Irma




Aerial footage shows devastation in Sint Maarten after Hurricane Irma


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#25
Over at WattsUpWithThat, David Middleton is having a conniption over  the Fake News being thrown out by the Media Whores.

Hurricane Irma Is NOT the Most Powerful Atlantic Hurricane Ever Recorded.

Hurricane Irma Is NOT the Most Powerful Atlantic Hurricane Ever Recorded… Part Deux

Quote:Hurricane Irma is really bad. It may be the worst storm to hit the U.S. since 1935… But it is NOT the most powerful Atlantic hurricane ever recorded. So… Why do they have to lie about this?

That's why I call them Whores. Spiteful

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#26
Hurricane Jose is now a major hurricane.

Quote:Jose looms as 'powerful' Category 4 hurricane behind Irma

Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Hurricane Jose's increased wind speed on Friday elevated it to an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center announced.

In its 2 p.m. advisory, the NHC said the eye of the storm was located about 380 miles east-southeast of the Northern Leeward Islands, the easternmost in the chain of Caribbean Sea islands, with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph. It's moving west-northwest at a speed of 18 mph.

Forecasters called Jose a "powerful" hurricane. It is the 10th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season and third major hurricane classified as Category 3 or higher.

"A gradual turn toward the northwest with a decrease in forward speed is expected during the next 48 hours." the advisory said.

What if it doesn't turn to the north, as forecast? What if it continues pretty much like Irma? Can you imagine the folks in the Caribbean getting a double whammy? Shock

And nobody seems to be talking about Jose, as though it doesn't exist. Can you believe that? Spiteful
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#27
This may well be Lee right here. The storm is not totally off Africa, and its already moving counterclockwise. This could be huge.
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#28
Now, this is very interesting.  The next series, Tropical Depression 15 and 16, look almost identical to the map at the top of the page, where Irma and Jose began.  In this loop, Irma is in the upper center, and TD 15 can be seen at the bottom, with TD 16 still out of the picture.  But in a strange twist, TD 15 should become Hurricane Maria, with TD 16 that of Lee.  Strange indeed.

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And here you can see that TD 15, Maria, has pretty much stolen TD 16, Lee's momentum, because he is too close behind her.

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