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117219 No. 117219 ID: 2e52bb
WE ALL GONNA DIE NIGGAS!

HURRICANE IRMA MEGATHREAD.

Anyone want in on the betting pool?
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>> No. 117220 ID: 03f678
>>117219
>distribution prohibited
>> No. 117226 ID: 66c32a
Lol Florida
>> No. 117236 ID: cdc880
Up to a cat 5 now and predicted to go to cat 6.

Good thing trump says climate change is a Chinese hoax and the hurricane doesn't actually exist.
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CASTRO SENDS HIS REGARDS!
>> No. 117245 ID: c10b88
>>117236

I'm not sure if you're just making a hyperbolic joke, but there is no category 6. It's 1 through 5.

Though I agree it will be interesting to see how Trump and his ilk try to further wiggle their way out of acknowledging climate change when "super storms" seem to be becoming much more frequent. I wonder how long his supporters in the south will keep in step with that narrative as they become increasingly submerged in floodwater.
>> No. 117246 ID: 3e9aae
>>117245
inb4 Mar-a-Lago slides into the ocean and is then rebuilt with several hundred million federal aid dollars going to a Trump-affiliated construction company.
>> No. 117247 ID: 18ae0a
>>117246
>federal aid

federal aid is immoral big government and needs to be eliminated. texas and florida are big tough states, i'm sure they can fend for themselves without the need for welfare and pampering from the rest of us.
>> No. 117248 ID: eb2308
>>117219
Man, sure is awful being in new england. We're only... entirely prepared for the one kind of disaster we get.

Suck it, southern faggots.
>> No. 117252 ID: 63c392
  rip the dutch.
>> No. 117255 ID: db474b
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>trump: "climate change isn't real!"
>nature: *does the Mozambique drill on America*

http://www.businessinsider.com/tropical-storm-jose-could-become-hurricane-updates-path-tracking-2017-9
>As its wind speeds increase, Hurricane Jose has officially transitioned from a tropical storm.

>The storm was named on Tuesday and became a Category 1 hurricane on Wednesday afternoon when its maximum sustained winds hit 75 mph. It's about 1,040 miles east of the Lesser Antilles, a collection of islands in the Caribbean Sea. The National Hurricane Center has not issued any coastal watches or warnings.
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>>117246
Currently NOAA is predicting that Irma will make landfall pretty much right on top of it.
>> No. 117264 ID: 3e9aae
Florida governor tells entire state to evacuate.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/florida-residents-prepared-evacuate-governor-150726143.html
>Florida Governor Rick Scott warned Friday that all of the state's 20 million inhabitants should be prepared to evacuate as Hurricane Irma bears down for a direct hit on the southern US state.

>"The storm is powerful and deadly," Scott said. "Do not ignore evacuation orders.

>"Remember, we can rebuild your home, we can't rebuild your life," he said. "All Floridians should be prepared to evacuate soon."
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>with storm season here, the cessnas begin their migration to the north.
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>>117266
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>> No. 117272 ID: 13f512
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117272
is this that white flight people are always talking about?
>> No. 117273 ID: 3e9aae
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i'm sure this will work.
>> No. 117274 ID: 0e8e6d
>>117272
I bet the snowbirds in the final flights out of Daytona are looking at that tiny patch of clouds and are thinking they're escaping a scene like 2012 or the Langoleers.

>"We barely escaped with our lives."
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Turns out God sends hurricanes to destroy right-wing gays.
>> No. 117279 ID: 960488
>>117252

jesus fuck
>>117273
..do we have an after picture now?
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117280
Click here to learn one Captain's STRANGE TRICK to maritime salvage that automotive insurers can't stand!
>> No. 117304 ID: 3e9aae
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Jose ended up mostly just swinging north and ineffectually meandering around in the Atlantic, and it looks like it'll just die off. However Hurricane Marta just got upgraded to a category 5 and is about to fuck Puerto Rico and the DR.
>> No. 117314 ID: 09c7e0
I find it surprising that Puerto Rico, (home to almost 4 million Americans) being hammered by a cat 4.9 whirlygig isn't more of a media spectacle. Harvey & Irma were headlines for a week+, Maria is below the fold on her biggest day.
Hurricanes occur at the end of summer as part of the process of oceanic heat dissipation due to the Earth's variable heating from the sun. Sunspot are low pressure weather systems on the Sun's surface and they also have chronological variation, its about 11 years between sunspot seasons, so where is The Sun getting variable heat input from, why does it have seasons?
>> No. 117316 ID: 3e9aae
Damn.
https://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/hurricane-maria-makes-landfall-puerto-rico-category-4-storm-n802911

>San Juan San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz told MSNBC that the devastation in the capital was unlike any she had ever seen.

>"The San Juan that we knew yesterday is no longer there," Yulín said, adding: "We're looking at four to six months without electricity" in Puerto Rico, home to nearly 3.5 million people.
>> No. 117339 ID: df12a0
>>117280

...are you sure it's not an automotive trick to get nautical salvage?
>> No. 117341 ID: 3e9aae
Trump spent first days of Hurricane Maria response sitting in his golf club yelling at NFL players on TV. Now, with the government bungling the response worse than Katrina, he's making personal attacks against people begging for aid and resorting to whataboutism.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/lost-weekend-how-trumps-time-at-his-golf-club-hurt-the-response-to-maria/2017/09/29/ce92ed0a-a522-11e7-8c37-e1d99ad6aa22_story.html
>But then for four days after that — as storm-ravaged Puerto Rico struggled for food and water amid the darkness of power outages — Trump and his top aides effectively went dark themselves.

>Trump jetted to New Jersey that Thursday night to spend a long weekend at his private golf club there, save for a quick trip to Alabama for a political rally. Neither Trump nor any of his senior White House aides said a word publicly about the unfolding crisis.

>Trump did hold a meeting at his golf club that Friday with half a dozen Cabinet officials — including acting Homeland Security secretary Elaine Duke, who oversees disaster response — but the gathering was to discuss his new travel ban, not the hurricane. Duke and Trump spoke briefly about Puerto Rico but did not talk again until Tuesday, an administration official said.


>..
>After the dinner, Trump lashed out on social media. He blamed the island’s financial woes and ailing infrastructure for the difficult recovery process. He also declared that efforts to provide food, water and medical care were “doing well.”

>On the ground in Puerto Rico, nothing could be further from the truth. It had taken until Monday — five days after Maria made landfall — for the first senior administration officials from Washington to touch down to survey the damage firsthand. And only after White House Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert and FEMA Director Brock Long returned to Washington did the administration leap into action.

>...
>“We have done an incredible job considering there’s absolutely nothing to work with,” Trump said as he was leaving the White House for another weekend at Bedminster.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/30/politics/donald-trump-week-in-the-life/index.html
>Trump, at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club for the weekend, was up early -- and on Twitter. His first target was Yulín Cruz -- the San Juan mayor. "The Mayor of San Juan, who was very complimentary only a few days ago, has now been told by the Democrats that you must be nasty to Trump," he tweeted just after 7 a.m. Trump then turned to his favorite subject, the news media, to blame them for allegedly hurting the Puerto Rico response efforts. "Fake News CNN and NBC are going out of their way to disparage our great First Responders as a way to 'get Trump.' Not fair to FR or effort!," he tweeted. He followed that tweet up with this one: "The Fake News Networks are working overtime in Puerto Rico doing their best to take the spirit away from our soldiers and first R's. Shame!" Trump did all of that before 8 a.m. on the East Coast.
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117482
Looks like those dopes at FEMA did it again!

Also Ireland is about to get a hurricane too.
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