Archive for September 14, 2013


TRMM satellite graphs Flyby of Hurricane Humberto 20163 atlantic ocean

yt notes

Sep 13, 2013
The TRMM satellite passed over Hurricane Humberto on September 12 at 12:25 p.m. EDT and most of the precipitation was pushed to the northwestern quadrant by the strong southwesterly wind shear. The highest storm towers were reaching heights of about 13.7 km/8.5 miles in the same area. Credit: SSAI/NASA, Hal Pierce

the idea girl says

humberto is breaking up with dry air affecting it, but it’s got two choices. a path to the east coast atlantic like gabrielle
or down into the caribbean sea where it will join up with a tropical wave that’s forming over the lesser antilles, puerto rico areas.

my votes for the latter as the geostorm cells are attracted to each other.

prediction 14 sept 2013 1258 pm edt

hurricane humberto will regain strength just above the caribbean sea by puerto rico or bermuda areas, and possibly flow into the gulf of mexico
on the East side at 50 mph tropical winds flow and connect with the hurricane’s storm cells within the next 3 days.

venus retrogrades at +3 today, anything can happen between sept 14 – 16 2013 and coronal hole solar winds and protons will feed any storm activity in these areas.

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atlantic forecast prediction tropical wave forms TS jerry lesser antilles puerto rico caribbean sea humberto ingrid 14 sept 2013 1200 15 sept 2013

atlantic forecast prediction tropical wave forms TS jerry lesser antilles puerto rico caribbean sea humberto ingrid 14 sept 2013 1200 15 sept 2013