prediction warning 4 high wind chains networks creating gulf of mexico caribbean sea geomagnetic storm cells forming massive hurricane cells 6 oct 2013 504 pm edt

prediction warning 4 high wind chains networks creating gulf of mexico caribbean sea geomagnetic storm cells forming massive hurricane cells 6 oct 2013 504 pm edt

 

the idea girl says

 

you can see the red radar storm c ells in the SW corner of the gulf of mexico building an arc (hurricane cells), there’s a massive long chain of high wind network cells (over 50 of them have tornado brain cells in them) linking the end of the EYE from Tropical Storm Karen down to a red radar storm cell that’s been stationary now for 3 days just by key west florida, which tells me somethings up there.

 

then there’s a high wind chain forming the whole island of haiti along it’s coast towards florida key west. then on the right side of florida (atlantic east coast) are two high wind chain networks.  I say this next hurricane that builds wants to go from texas to the east coast atlantic by the looks of it, or it’s planning to generate three tropical waves with high winds tornado outbreaks on both sides of florida.  just as it did in the pacific ocean, and gulf of mexico over mexico (hurricane manuel and ingrid are teaming up again but this time it will be hurricane karen, lorenzo and melissa possibly or invests that get up to hurricane like wind speeds of over 70 mph but dont’ create an EYE…

 

it is -1 day to venus retrograde 6 oct 2013 , on oct 7 2013 it’s 0 days = burst of convection which will generate a hurricane in the pacific ocean – NARDA or Karen and Lorenzo in the atlantic, gulf of mexico, caribbean areas.

 

we also have a CME hitting earth with it’s high speed solar winds and proton’s cells falling and feeding high wind amounts to all those chain’s of high winds which will be over 150  mph +++ (like a category 3 outerbands)

 

Solar wind
speed: 307.7 km/sec
density: 1.6 protons/cm3
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 2100 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: B7 1858 UT Oct06
24-hr: C1 1425 UT Oct06
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at: 2058 UT

data from spaceweather.com

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