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Global Sea Ice Extent

September 17th Data:

Arctic Sea Ice: 1.2 Million km

Antarctic Sea Ice: 1.5 million km

Net Global Sea Ice Deviation: 0.3 million km

Substantial risk of severe storms Friday, Saturday

Quote From Source:

Severe thunderstorms will develop later this morning and continue through the overnight hours across portions of the mid- and lower- Mississippi River Valley.

The Storm Prediction Center is forecasting a few strong tornadoes across the lower Mississippi River Valley this afternoon and tonight.



Source CNN
Source URL:
http://news.blogs.cnn.com/20...does-head-towards-southeast/
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6 comments to Substantial risk of severe storms Friday, Saturday

  • This feels like its gonna be big. hope I’m wrong.

  • This feels like its gonna be big. hope I’m wrong.

    I don’t hope you are wrong.

  • The 22nd was the big tornado day with 40 in North West Texas, Eastern Colorado and South West Kansas, most of the rest of the activity will be high wind and some hail.

    fewer tornadoes now only single digits or teens in numbers, per day, now that the severe area in in the populated South East close to the weather channel it’s suddenly news, because they realize it is going to continue and can forecast it now…..

    Where were they back on the 18th forecasting for the 22nd? Not a peep.

  • I did not get time (slow dial up connection now) to load a moving water vapor satellite loop in time to make the above (mis)judgment, upon looking there is a clear line of Negative ion energy, flowing in from the West that is going to do a lot of discharging for the next 2 days.

    Looks like the ion discharge is well under way in the South East, Mississippi got a good stripe already…

    Appears to be that same dark line of dry air that sweeps across Mexico Texas area and drives these southeast ion discharge as it sucks in Positive ion charges on the low level ground moisture, up into the highly negative dry air sweeping in from the South West. the patterns of air circulation that they from whipping like the plasma flames following magnetic fields in the air and static charges on the ground, balancing out as the moon crosses the Equator going South.

  • Quote From Source:

    A tornado almost a mile wide tore through Mississippi on Saturday, raking cities from the central western border with Louisiana northeastward to Alabama, the National Weather Service in Jackson, Mississippi, confirmed.

    Forecaster Mark McAllister told CNN that the path of the twister, as reported by spotters, stretched from a half-mile to a mile wide. The tornado touched down in the towns of Valley Park, Yazoo City, Durant, and was headed toward Starkville, he said.

    In Yazoo City, Fire Chief Roy Wilson told CNN that between 20 to 30 houses were destroyed, and said some people were trapped inside structures. Wilson said he didn’t yet have confirmed numbers on injuries.

    Source CNN
    Source URL:
    http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/w…24/tornado/index.html?hpt=T1

    Wow that is a really wide tornado. Can’t run right or left.

  • It is a bummer that all I received was some showers. I don’t think I even heard as much as a clap of thunder.

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