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117219 No. 117219 ID: 2e52bb


Anyone want in on the betting pool?
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>> No. 117220 ID: 03f678
>distribution prohibited
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>> 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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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
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
>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
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.
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  rip the dutch.
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>trump: "climate change isn't real!"
>nature: *does the Mozambique drill on America*

>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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Currently NOAA is predicting that Irma will make landfall pretty much right on top of it.
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Florida governor tells entire state to evacuate.
>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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is this that white flight people are always talking about?
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i'm sure this will work.
>> No. 117274 ID: 0e8e6d
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.
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jesus fuck
..do we have an after picture now?
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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?
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>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.

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