Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Monday, August 23, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
When I first saw it I wasn't even able to make out a storm in that mass of spinning cloud. I daresay it took me half-a-minute to find it's COC! (center of circulation) If it's that disorganized, I predict it will not get that strong.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
A picture of the upper level divergence
Thursday, July 22, 2010
This image of Tropical Storm Bonnie (lower right) is an image from cimss, which I used for Google Earth.
A lot of models forecast for no landfall in Florida. I respectfully disagree, saying that Bonnie will landfall in Miami in ten hours or so. By 36 hours, Bonnie emerges, but only for another thirty six hours, calling for a maximum strength of just 55 miles per hour, a rather weak tropical storm.
Bonnie might test to see just how quick Deepwater Horizons can prepare. I personally hope that it doesn't get too hard, because it may very likely screw up the temporary fix in the hole, sending the Earth bleeding again.
I do think that because of the screwed oil rig, this season might be the most deadly long-term effective in Atlantic history. Just the third named storm (the first two Abrew (90SL) and Alex) is threatening BP.
Bonnie, though only having <5%>
Noone knows for sure. But if Bonnie really is gonna pick the world up and gonna drop it on BP's head, BP needs to put their helmet on. (Not literally.)
It was found by the center of circulation being smack-crap-that in the middle of a bahamian weather station. It's forecast is to travel over florida, into the gulf of mexico, and threatening deepwater horizions.
I will be going to the dentist. When I come back I'll give more info.
-Chief of W.A.H.A-