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No. 0     Original Topic:  Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 12:32 PM   Viewed 1263 times     
I don't know the background of this guy, but I've been following his videos over the past week with Harvey and Irma and in my estimation, he really knows his stuff.

I recommend giving his videos a listen.

No. 1     Reply: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 2:03 PM     
Contrary to the beliefs of some out here on MC, Hurricanes are not, "steered" by radio or electromagnetic waves, FEMA, the NSA, or any other entity.

They are steered by high and low air pressure systems.

And those are all completely dependent upon what mother nature happens to be doing over thousands of square miles at any given moment.

Period.
No. 2     Reply: Re: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 2:58 PM     
Bullfighter279 wrote:

Contrary to the beliefs of some out here on MC, Hurricanes are not, "steered" by radio or electromagnetic waves, FEMA, the NSA, or any other entity.

They are steered by high and low air pressure systems.

And those are all completely dependent upon what mother nature happens to be doing over thousands of square miles at any given moment.

Period.


Did you see something of the radio nature in this guy's video? From what I have seen, he is pretty much along the lines you mentioned.
No. 3     Reply: Re: Re: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 3:19 PM     
Stormchaser wrote:

Bullfighter279 wrote:

Contrary to the beliefs of some out here on MC, Hurricanes are not, "steered" by radio or electromagnetic waves, FEMA, the NSA, or any other entity.

They are steered by high and low air pressure systems.

And those are all completely dependent upon what mother nature happens to be doing over thousands of square miles at any given moment.

Period.


Did you see something of the radio nature in this guy's video? From what I have seen, he is pretty much along the lines you mentioned.


I haven't watched the video yet, will do so later tonight when I get to a WiFi connection.

There are those out here who think Hurricanes are steered via radio waves, lol.

Good luck with that!
No. 4     Reply: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  texascowgirl283   Gender: F   Age: 51   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 6:35 PM     
the news sucks. hrs ago news siad katia was just gonna hit mexico and be gone and would not make anything more than what it was. Well i just found through a video, not a news video, that katia is a hurricane now in tjhe gulf and it is moving. I feel the news lied to the people and i think they did it on purpose. I didn't even get warned by the news, I got warned by justy some individual that is not a newscaster at all but made her own video of her thoughts on the weather.

Ya know those of us in the gulf might like to know that there is a hurricane headed towards us. what are they waiting on... christmas? they need to be discussing all hurricanes out there not just irma.
No. 5     Reply: Re: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 8:36 PM     
texascowgirl283 wrote:

the news sucks. hrs ago news siad katia was just gonna hit mexico and be gone and would not make anything more than what it was. Well i just found through a video, not a news video, that katia is a hurricane now in tjhe gulf and it is moving. I feel the news lied to the people and i think they did it on purpose. I didn't even get warned by the news, I got warned by justy some individual that is not a newscaster at all but made her own video of her thoughts on the weather.

Ya know those of us in the gulf might like to know that there is a hurricane headed towards us. what are they waiting on... christmas? they need to be discussing all hurricanes out there not just irma.


You likely haven't heard about it because it is not headed towards the USA but is going southwest over Mexico.

It currently has maximum sustained winds of 75mph, not too menacing. That will decrease further as it moves over land. it may pick up again when it emerges over the Pacific (if it does).

The National Hurricane Center does mention it on their website.

here is the current path of it:

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at3+shtml/205837.shtml?cone

No. 6     Reply: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  texascowgirl283   Gender: F   Age: 51   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 9:08 PM     
no matter where its headed, everyone should have known esp since hurricanes change directions all the time. But now I see it alittle bit on the news
No. 7     Reply: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 10:51 PM     
Though I think this guy's analysis is good, he's been suggesting and now even more so that N. Carolina may be hit. My last single daughter lives there (just got engaged a couple of days ago) and I am of course concerned.
No. 8     Reply: Re: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 55   on  Sep 6, 2017 at 11:04 PM     
Stormchaser wrote:

Though I think this guy's analysis is good, he's been suggesting and now even more so that N. Carolina may be hit. My last single daughter lives there (just got engaged a couple of days ago) and I am of course concerned.


Does she live near the coast? Or near creeks or rivers?
No. 9     Reply: Re: Hurricane Tracking and Predicting   
By:  Stormchaser   Gender: M   Age: 64   on  Sep 7, 2017 at 12:06 PM     
No, she's is located inland near Raleigh, I think, but one model has the hurricane hitting there. Probably won't happen, but one should be aware, and she is.