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THORnews is for Winners, baby. + a Surprise!
THORnews is for Winners, baby. song by JJ & DOOMROOM now available for purchase https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/doomroom God bless everyone, Stay Cool. T ttps://www.paypal.me/THORnews THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS https://www.patreon.com/thornews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/THORnewsthornews
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WTF is going on with Venus? Discoveries, Mysteries  & Anomalies
https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or @NewThor on Twitter I make a major discovery about Monster Sunspot 2192 & its connection to Venus and Venus has way too many strange anomalies. Why does it have a pyramid shape? Why does it look an act like an alien scorpion bug? Why does a space angel appear next to Venus in almost the exact same shape and trail. What are the odd lights that reflect off of Venus? This have been strange odd and weird around Venus for the last few months and it's only getting stranger. Got any ideas? Or is it all lens flares, swamp gas, internal camera reflections, light refractions and data imprints? I await word from science & astronomers on the the design and effects of its celestial physics and how it affects optics/ God Bless Everyone, T
Views: 7525 thornews
Is Comet ISON Dead or Alive? Debris Danger!?!
www.youtube.com/thornews Is Comet ISON dead? Is Comet ISON alive? Is there debris danger? We take a look at this ever changing ever surprising epic adventure story. 48 hours ago NASA & ESA bungled their Thanksgiving day Solar Dynamics Observatory coverage so bad that they actually pointed their cameras away from Comet c/2012 s1 ISON and missed it's Perihelion completely. Then they went on to announce Comet ISON dead & disintegrated eaten by the Sun. The footage from the STEREO SECCHI & LASCO satellites showed some of ISON's nucleus was still intact and very super massive large big. Then. It all appears to have melted into a cloud of dust. Did La Sol finally win the battle? It hit ISON with several solar flares and coronal mass ejections before during and after the Sungrazer grazed the Sun. When we look at the Helioviewer side by size Earth & ISON comparison. ISON was gigantic. If it did break up, I am almost glad because is was larger than planets. But will what's left of ISON head towards Earth? Karl Battams has mentioned we might get a unique meteor storm because of ISON. Only time will tell. This story changes every few hours and has never gotten dull, so I shall continue to watch. Will an amateur astronomer unearth a photo of a still alive ISON? Is Comet ISON a ghost for good? Oh the post perihelion drama. I'm am trying to learn about the Heavens. Be cool. God bless everyone, Stay Cool, T http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/11/25/comet_ison_sudden_drop_in_ice_output.html?wpisrc=burger_bar http://spaceweathergallery.com/index.php?title=comet http://www.isoncampaign.org/Present http://brucegary.net/ISON/ http://digilander.libero.it/infosis/homepage/astronomia/c2012s1.htm http://www.solarsystemscope.com/ison/ http://solarimg.org/artis/ Want to talk about it? meet me on the facebook www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or tweet me on the twitter @NewThor This is part 49 of the THOR performed THORnews series Comet c/2012 s1 ISON WTF NASA - EARTH - Professional Science - She is alive! She is Dead! She is a Zombie! Holy Smokes is are her shattered remains headed at Earth?
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Urgent. Warning. Planet Venus has turned into a Duck!
http://www.youtube.com/thornews Or. Space Jokes for smart adults with a sense of humor who are not in the mood to be serious right now. No. Planet Venus didn't really turn into a duck. You see. Sometimes I forget that I make videos because I enjoy making videos. An odd thing happened during the 55 part Comet 'snafubar' ISON series, I learned the lesson of "With great Youtube channel, comes great responsibility". During these strange and dangerous times find ourselves sharing this world, I must strike a balance between having fun and providing thought good information --- This video goes to the very far end of the me 'having fun' side. This one is more like cutting loose, really. 97% of the time, I work hard to make fun funny smart informational and educational videos that leave us all asking questions about real issues that effect us all. This time, felt the urge to just tell jokes and use foul language. I use "the" F word a few times. I use "the" D word a few times. And a few other "the" words involving single lettered consonants. Topics scattered, smothered and covered in this video: Selena Gomez, Amy Mainzer, Bad Astronomy, Crushes & Dating, Envolepeeing, Cryptic Tweets, Multi Colored Photographs, Space Ducks, Venus, Binary Companions, Solar Flairs, Duckface, Coronal Mass Ejections, Duckfaces & a woman's wants and needs, Chickens, Pigs, Cows, Jenna Marbles and Canadian Money. Enjoy! or dont Peace. Be Cool. Stay Cool. Astonishers peacefully rule! Luv, T PS. Maybe Planet Venus really is a duck. PSS. If you want to express your displeasure with this video, you can do it at @NewThor tweets me on the Twitter And, sometimes it is rumored that I stop by... https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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1.7 Mile PHA Asteroid 1998 QE2 has a Moon!
It looks like potentially hazardous Asteroid QE2 has a Moon or celestial body girlfriend bound by gravity!That's cool. I used some of my special filters to boost the image. This big bad 1.7 mile wide space rock will pass us on May 31st 2013. While it won't hit Earth* it does qualify as a NEO Near Earth Object and it's the junk behind it we've gotta watch out for. So, if this puppy has a moon, it's not crazy to think Comet c2012 s1 ISON might have a moon as well, neh? Crazy times people! Let's party like it was 1999!
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Horrific Flooding continues in 6 USA states as Multiple levees are breached.
This horrible flood situation just continues to get worse. Multiple Levees have been breached as 6 states have seen 10+ inches of rainfall. For some reason, the Mainstream media doesn't find this story very interesting. Strange days, indeed. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https:///www.facebook.com/thornewsgo articles on the situation https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/05/04/aerial-images-arkansas-missouri-flooding/101295116/ Arkansas, Missouri flooding overtaking towns After floodwaters punched through levees in parts of Missouri and Arkansas, the National Weather Service warned Thursday of more high water in northwest Arkansas, where some 100 members of the National Guard are assisting in the flood-fighting effort. http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/breaking-levee-breaches-along-swollen-black-river-near-pocahontas-arkansas/70001570 Gov. Asa Hutchinson deploys National Guard to combat Arkansas flooding following at least 9 levee breaches Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has deployed additional resources to combat the extreme flooding in northern parts of the state as many communities remain underwater. A dangerous flooding situation in northeastern Arkansas worsened on Wednesday morning when a levee failed along the Black River near the town of Pocahontas. Following the breach, the National Weather Service office in Memphis, Tennessee, immediately issued a flash flooding emergency and urged residents to seek higher ground immediately due to life-threatening flooding. Water rescues were occurring just south of Pocahontas in the community of Shannon, according to the NWS. Evacuation orders were issued on Monday for eastern Pocahontas, which included 150 homes, dozens of businesses and an assisted living facility, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Water had begun to spill over the top of the levee on Tuesday, and officials warned of an imminent levee breach. Gauge data shows the river crested at a record level of 28.95 feet at 8:30 p.m. local time Tuesday, but it is forecast to remain above the major flood stage of 25 feet through early Saturday morning. "This is the most extensive flooding in an urban area that I've ever seen as governor," said Hutchinson, who surveyed the flooding in Randolph, Lawrence and Sharp counties by helicopter on Tuesday. Hutchinson declared a state of emergency for the state and said he will ask for federal disaster aid, the Democrat-Gazette reported. At least nine sections of the levee system failed in Randolph County alone and three of the breaches were categorized as "major" Hutchinson said. The governor also said in a Wednesday press conference he authorized additional resources to be applied to what is already in place in impacted areas. This includes strengthening the deployment of the Arkansas National Guard, which has 25 vehicles ready to deal with high-water rescues and 108 service members in the affected communities. At least 500 evacuations have already occurred in the state, Hutchinson said. Days of heavy rain have resulted in the record crests of numerous rivers across the central United States. Many parts of the Mississippi River in Missouri and Arkansas will remain above flood stage into next week. "A general 4-8 inches of rain fell, while some locations received 10 inches of rain in part of the Central states," according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski. At least seven people have been killed due to the severe storms and heavy flooding in Arkansas since April 26.
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Multiple Views of big strange Sun Diving Comet
Yo newTHORnews T-Shirts - http://thornews.bigcartel.com/ May started off with a Comet that moved like a slinky straight into the Sun. How come comets always come from the same place on the Camera? Is Solar activity really Low? This is a Maximal minimal, bro. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Giant HAIL & Big TORNADO 3 Day Storm Event Begins in Texas Tomorrow & heads East
The Hail could be scary sized tomorrow. Stay indoors DFW. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e041619.htm videos https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-04-12-severe-threat-tornado-wind-hail-mid-april Three-Day Threat of Severe Thunderstorms, Including Tornadoes, in the Plains, South, Midwest and East Begins Wednesday Yet another multi-day severe weather threat looms this week. It begins in the Plains and parts of the Midwest Wednesday. Severe thunderstorms will then spread to the Ohio Valley and Deep South Thursday. By Friday, the severe threat should reach the East. Damaging winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding rain are all threats. This could include areas hit by severe weather this past weekend. Following a severe weather outbreak this past weekend, another multi-day siege of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain is expected to begin Wednesday in the Plains before spreading into parts of the South, Midwest and East. Another rather vigorous southward plunge of the jet stream will pivot out of the Desert Southwest into the Plains Wednesday, then lumber through the rest of the South and East through the end of the week. In response to that active jet stream, a low-pressure system will develop in the Plains, importing increasingly warm and humid air from the Gulf of Mexico ahead of it. As a result, we expect numerous thunderstorms to develop in the Plains, Midwest and South starting Wednesday, spreading eastward Thursday and Friday. While key details such as exact timing and the magnitude of the event remain uncertain at this time, damaging thunderstorm winds, hail, tornadoes and some flooding rainfall are all threats. Here's a look at the day-by-day overview of what we know right now. Wednesday After a brief lull, severe thunderstorms are expected to flare up once again Wednesday afternoon, particularly in portions of Oklahoma, Texas and western Arkansas. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are all threats there, although large hail appears to be the main threat. Other severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday from parts of Kansas to the Midwest, with large hail being the primary threat, although damaging winds and locally flooding rain are also possible. Severe thunderstorms may sweep into the mid-Mississippi Valley southward into Louisiana and southeastern Texas Wednesday night. Heavy rainfall may also result in flash flooding. Thursday Thunderstorms will be ongoing early Thursday and will continue into Thursday night. Severe thunderstorms are most probable Thursday in the Deep South from the lower Mississippi Valley to parts of the Florida Panhandle, Alabama and Middle Tennessee. At least a few severe storms are possible farther north into parts of the Ohio Valley. This activity may be in the form of a long line of thunderstorms with damaging winds, hail and perhaps some tornadoes. Parts of Louisiana and Mississippi appear to have the greatest chance for tornadoes Thursday, particularly if any supercells develop ahead of the main line of thunderstorms. This line of storms may sweep eastward Thursday night into the Ohio Valley, southern Appalachians and Tennessee Valley. Locally heavy rain may trigger flash flooding in some areas. Friday Thunderstorms should be quite numerous Friday up and down the East Coast from Florida to the Northeast. The magnitude of the severe threat remains uncertain. Strong thunderstorm winds, hail and flooding rain are on the table Friday as this line of storms lumbers eastward. Some areas may pick up as much as 3 inches of rainfall from parts of Texas to the Mississippi and Tennessee valleys. Heavy rainfall on already-saturated ground may lead to flash flooding in some locations. This system will also bring soaking rain to the upper Midwest, where snowpack remains in place. The melting of that snow, in combination with the rain, could aggravate ongoing river flooding. April is generally the first month in what is typically the peak of severe weather activity in the United States, which runs from April through June.
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Warning! Danger! N. California Dams at 98% & rising w/ record Snowpack melt!
with Trinity, Shasta & Oroville dams at 98%, the Folsom lake dam has now upticked to 96%. The Sierra Snowpack is at 202% with a heatwave coming this week. This situation is bad and needs to be closely monitored. God bless everyone, T my mail address T Lewison 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston Texas 77096
Views: 2762 thornews
ARE YOU READY AN END OF MAY HURRICANE? Florida, Gulf Coast & East Coast.
It's that time of the year when Hurricanes start showing up on the GFS models in a bizarre game of 3 card monte. Hurricane season starts June 1st. You'd best be ready. God bless everyone, T
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Planet X & Nibiru & Nazis & the REAL shape of the Sun
People have been losing their mind over Nazis and NASA's Stereo Ahead Satellite anomalies from the 16th-18th of November. So what's going on here? Is it Nibiru or Divide and Conquer or Both or Neither? Come on, let's check this situation out. Strange days, indeed. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Danger! Alert! All 4 North California Dams now at 98%
Sierra Snowpack is still at 202%. there is a lot left to melt. God bless everyone, T T Lewison 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston Texas 77096 www.paypal.me/thornews
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Are we being Blackmailed? Climate Change Chaos - 500 days
We've got 10 days until the sands of time run out on the 500 days until Climate Change Chaos warning from the United Nations by the French Foreign minister. Was it a warning or was it a threat? This is a serious question for intelligent adults. Remember the Great Stock Market Crash of 2008 when the economy almost exploded because 7 banks failed on the same day due to tightly interwoven Mortgage Backed Securities? Well, in an infinite growth economy, the bubbles perpetually need to be inflate and reinflated. While avoiding inflation. LOL. So the only 2 areas I can see them pouring new cash into new areas is Marijuana or going Green aka Fighting Climate Change and Mother Nature abuse with a Government Collected Carbon Tax. An article on Climate Change Chaos The world has “500 days to avoid climate chaos,” French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said alongside Secretary of State John Kerry at the State Department on Tuesday. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/french-foreign-minister-we-have-500-days-avoid-climate-chaos “We have 500 days to avoid climate chaos,” Fabius said. “And I know that President Obama and John Kerry himself are committed on this subject and I’m sure that with them, with a lot of other friends, we shall be able to reach success in this very important matter.” Fabius was referring to the next big United Nations climate conference, scheduled to open in Paris, France in November 2015, or in 565 days’ time. (There will actually be a U.N. climate conference held before Paris – in Lima, Peru at the end of this year – but the world body views that more as a stepping stone to the 2015 meeting.) The organizers have high hopes for the Paris event known in U.N. jargon as the 21st conference of the parties (COP21) – the parties being the signatories to the 1992 U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. “By the end of the meeting, for the first time in over 20 years of U.N. negotiations, all the nations of the world, including the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases, will be bound by a universal agreement on climate,” the French foreign ministry said around the time it offered to host the conference. Invited to respond Tuesday to Fabius’ 500-day warning, White House press secretary Jay Carney pointed to the National Climate Assessment released last week which, he said, “made clear in the view of the science that climate change is upon us and the effects and impacts of climate change are being felt today.” “We’ve laid out a comprehensive strategy aimed at helping communities around the country prepare for the effects of climate change, as well as a strategy to reduce our carbon pollution, enhance our energy independence, and address climate change in the future to try to mitigate future impacts,” Carney said. “There’s no question that this is a global effort that has to be undertaken because of the nature of carbon emissions around the world.” The Paris climate conference will be held from November 30 to December 11, 2015." Strange days, indeed. What do you think? God bless Everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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A Mother's Day Message from Janet Yellen Head of the Federal Reserve
The Economy is doing Great! Go shopping! Happy Mother's Day! God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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The UN Climate Change Funding piles up. Or does it?
Global governments are hellbent on stopping the climate from changing and plan to fight it with money and taxes. So we take a look into their activities. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-climatechange-summit-funding-idUSKBN0TP07I20151206 "Developed nations have mobilized some $80-$90 billion per year to help the poorest survive a warmer world, delegates at Paris climate talks said, but emerging countries dispute the figures and say a goal of $100 billion by 2020 is far from reach. The issue is central to U.N. talks in Paris, where nearly 200 nations are trying to forge a new pact on climate change. In October, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which represents rich nations, calculated that financial pledges from the developed world totaled $62 billion in 2014 towards an agreed U.N. goal to reach $100 billion by 2020. One national finance expert, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the new total was some $94 billion, while non-governmental organization Oxfam said the figure was more like $82 billion. Developing nations, such as India, have accused the West of a lack of transparency and say the OECD vastly over-estimated the size of contributions. An Indian finance ministry report said "the only hard number" was $2.2 billion that was clearly climate money." strange. neh? God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Video of Brown Dwarf Beta Pictoris B! The original Planet X of Exoplanets.
Beta Pictoris B is the first Exoplanet ever discovered. And now, we have actual professional Astronomer video of it's movement over time. Now I did say "Professional Astronomer" So don't get your hopes up too high. To me Beta Pic B is the Hercolubus of Exoplanets. It is the Nemesis to the Beta Pictoris star. The Tyche of it's own solar system. And! That System appears to have a Tiamat like asteroid belt that has just formed, but filled with comets instead. Crazy! I know. The Article comes from David Dickinson of Universe Today http://www.universetoday.com/122479/watch-this-amazing-video-of-an-exoplanet-in-motion/ Crazy days, indeed. God bless everyone, T @NewTHOR on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Monster ICE STORM CLEON is here! Get off the Road! Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Kentucky & Ohio
www.youtube.com I witnessed ICE at 6:16 pm in the DFW area of Texas with precipitation building. This named storm has potential to get very bad very fast. So please if you're not already home now, consider staying where you are. No one is good at driving on ice. Conditions are poor and will only get worse. There is an ice storm warning watch in effect for the middle of Texas from now until 6pm on Friday the 6th. Governor Rick Perry has issued an emergency warning about the conditions of the roads and highways. This storm is sweeping up and over the entire United States of America, The Media is using words like crippling and devastating. Most areas will become very slippery. From the mountains to the plains to the valley. It might be like a quick little mini ice age with record setting temperature lows of below freezing in many places! Be prepared! Be smart! Use your ice days wisely! Have fun! and Cuddle when you can! God bless everyone, T PS. The THORnews facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo You can twitter tweet me at @NewThor PSS. I am not saying one way or another at the moment if I believe Comet c/2012 s1 ISON has anything to do with it....but, stay alert. PSSS There is a storm
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Snow, Subtropical Storm Andrea, Tornadoes, Floods & then a Heat Wave
Mayday 20 is lit. God bless everyone, T THORnews survives and thrives on your prayers, good thoughts, defense and support send love, letters and contributions to T Lewison 5430 Birdwood Rd. 416 Houston, Texas 77096 the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e052019.htm
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Coolest. Lens. Flare. Ever. by Jupiter & the Moon.
January 7th, 2015 - I saw the coolest lens flare eve. Caused by Jupiter & the Moon. ?* It's got a bunch of moving parts and shit, man. Check it out. Ya know. if you're into Lens flares & things of that optic Celestial nature. I found it on the Canada France Hawaii Telescope. Moons and planets with moons do lots of crazy things to the pictures, am I right? or what. Crazy. Maybe it's Jupiter and its moons: Io Ganymede Europa AmalThea Kubrick Metis Thebe Callisto Adrastea Leda Carpo et al. yo God Bless Everyone, T http://www.cfht.hawaii.edu/en/gallery/cloudcams/index.php?opts=movies&moviefile=data/movies-annotated/Jan07-2015.mp4
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WTF? i pet goat II now? Notre Dame Cathedral & Trappist-1 & Fireballs
How weird are things? Things are i pet goat II weird. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 the original i pet goat ii video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6n_xCI-peq0
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Historic East Coast STORM possible + It is going to get Colder
Happy New Year! We've got Freezing temperatures everywhere but the West Coast and a Nasty storm headed for the East Coast during the week. Also, it's going to get colder and it shall be a long duration cold. Be prepared. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews https://www.patreon.com/thornews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/THORnewsthornews THORNEWS PO BOX 35946 HOUSTON TEXAS 77235-5946 BITCOIN Donation Address = 1MCVz9Z8VqCyFT79SXZCfxZuCAg4jdbvyC articles on storm https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/piercing-cold-blast-to-feel-subzero-in-central-northeastern-us-to-kick-off-2018/70003687 Piercing cold blast to feel subzero in central, northeastern US to kick off 2018 Cold air rivaling that of the past 100 years for early January will make it painful to be outdoors and may lead to damage in the central and northeastern United States. AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures are projected to be below zero over much of the Northeast and well below zero in much of the Midwest. People who rang in the new year in Times Square endured a temperature of 9 degrees Fahrenheit at midnight, which marked the second coldest ball drop on record in New York City. The coldest ball drop occurred a century ago with a midnight temperature of 1. At least 30 states were experiencing below zero temperatures on New Year's Day morning. For the first day of 2018, RealFeel temperatures 5 to 20 degrees below zero will be common. In the northern tier, RealFeel temperatures may dip as low as 30 to 40 degrees below zero. Most low temperature records from the northern and central Plains to the mid-Atlantic and New England are likely to remain in tact. However, in terms of the level of cold, actual temperatures in many locations will be in the lower 5 percentile for all years on record for early January, according to the National Weather Service. Standout years for record cold in the Northeast at this point in the season were in 1880-81 and 1917-18. In the Midwest, the years 1967-68 and 1973-74 left a mark with subzero F cold. "While the level of cold will vary from one day to the next, indications are that the frigid weather will linger through the first week of January in the Central and Eastern states," A major storm will track close enough to the East Coast of the United States to bring snow to some areas and windy conditions to much of the Atlantic Seaboard later this week. The storm will have both direct and indirect impacts from Florida to Maine and Atlantic Canada. Arctic air will remain in place and will spread southward into Florida as the storm brews a few hundred miles offshore over the Atlantic Ocean and races northward on Wednesday and Thursday. During this period, the storm may undergo rapid strengthening, sometimes referred to as bombogenesis. At this time AccuWeather meteorologists believe the heaviest snow from the storm will fall on Maine and New Brunswick, Canada, where a blizzard is forecast to unfold. A blizzard is a storm that produces snow or blowing snow with winds in excess of 35 mph and a visibility of one-quarter of a mile or less for at least three consecutive hours. There is the potential for not only a foot (30 cm) or more of snow to fall, in Maine and New Brunswick, but also the risk of hurricane-force winds and frigid air at the same time. Tremendous blowing and drifting snow is likely and some communities may be isolated for several days in the wake of the storm. Some of these same communities may be without power. The storm is likely to track close enough to the coast throw some moisture over land in the mid-Atlantic and the Southeast states. That moisture will be in the form of snow to some areas of the Atlantic coast from the northeastern corner of Florida to the coastal areas of the Carolinas and Massachusetts. Whether a few flakes or several inches of snow fall will depend on the exact track of the storm and the how quickly moisture is thrown westward as the storm strengthens. There is a chance of enough snow to make roads slippery in Wilmington, North Carolina; Atlantic City, New Jersey; New York City and Boston. A significant amount of wind-driven snow may fall on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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Historic Mid-West Flooding & now the South is going to get Hit.
Day 7 - part 1 - Things are unstable and uncertain. All eyes are opening. Be Cool and Stay Cool. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/thornews 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Texas 77096
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Jet Stream How low can you go? Part 2: Electric Pantsuit Boogaloo
I'm looking and the Jet Stream, making observations and drawing on Mother Nature with a digital pen. Be sure to watch this video of that's our type of fun. It's a late weekend night B-side ride. Stay cool. God Bless Everyone, T @NewThor on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Trouble? Strange High Atmosphere Anomalies. - Weird Weather Watch
We've got one of the highest parts of our atmosphere, The quasi-biennial oscillation changes from an east direction to a west direction and vice versa about every 28 months. Fir the first time ever, that has changed. Strange days, indeed. God bless everyone, Stay Cool. T https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160908151118.htm The normal flow of air high up in the atmosphere over the equator, known as the quasi-biennial oscillation, was seen to break down earlier this year. These stratospheric winds are found high above the tropics, their direction and strength changes in a regular two- to three-year cycle which provides forecasters with an indication of the weather to expect in Northern Europe. Westerly winds are known to increase the chance of warm and wet conditions, while easterlies bring drier and colder weather. Scientists from NCAS at the University of Oxford and the Met Office were part of an international team that observed the unusual behaviour in February, noticing a reversal of the expected pattern in the winds. This same team then identified the reason why. The quasi-biennial oscillation is a regular feature of the climate system. On average, these equatorial eastward and westward winds alternate every 28 to 29 months, making them very predictable in the long term. The team's findings published in Science this week, show that this unexpected change in wind direction was caused by atmospheric waves in the Northern Hemisphere. Dr Scott Osprey, an NCAS scientist at the University of Oxford, said: "The recent disruption in the quasi-biennial oscillation was not predicted, not even one month ahead. If we can get to the bottom of why the normal pattern was affected in this way, we could develop more confidence in our future seasonal forecasts." Prof Adam Scaife, Head of Long-range Forecasting at the Met Office and Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Exeter, said: "This unexpected disruption to the climate system switches the cycling of the quasi-biennial oscillation forever. And this is important as it is one of the factors that will influence the coming winter." A return to more typical behaviour within the next year is forecast, though scientists believe that the quasi-biennial oscillation could become more susceptible to similar disruptions as the climate warms. Later this month international research groups will meet in Oxford to discuss the origins and implications of this event. Key facts In February 2016 the quasi-biennial oscillation, a regular feature of the climate system, broke down from its regular pattern. The eastward winds in the upper atmosphere unexpectedly reversed to a westward direction Seasonal forecasts did not predict the disruption, despite the quasi-biennial oscillation being the most predictable long term atmospheric variation after the annual cycle The quasi-biennial oscillation varies every 28 to 29 months on average, and has known impacts on surface weather and climate As the climate warms in future, similar disruptions to the quasi-biennial oscillation could become more frequent Story Source:
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The Worst Flooding in USA history continues. MAYDAY 7 storm & storm & storm
It is going to get worse before it gets better. Stay Cool, Be Aware & Prepare. God bless everyone, T THORnews survives and thrives on your prayers, good thoughts, defense and support https://www.paypal.me/thornews send love, letters and contributions to 5430 Birdwood Rd. Houston, Texas 77096 the crankywxguy blog of the day http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e050619b.htm leakcon live stream LeakCon2019 Live-Stream https://bit.ly/2TTbPIq video of coming storms https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-05-05-severe-thunderstorms-flooding-rainfall-central-states-early-may Outbreak of Severe Storms, Including Tornadoes, to Threaten Parts of the Plains, Midwest and South This Week A multi-day outbreak of severe storms, including tornadoes, will threaten parts of the Plains, Midwest and South this week. In addition, more heavy rain in those already soaked regions will triggering flooding as well. This latest rash of severe weather began with more than a dozen reports of tornadoes in the Plains on Sunday, from West Texas to central Kansas and eastern Nebraska. Some sporadic damage was reported from those twisters. An upper-level disturbance riding through a southward plunge of the jet stream in the West will nudge into the Plains and Midwest through midweek. More dangerous storms will flare up in the coming days as that weather system interacts with moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. Here's a breakdown of the severe thunderstorm and flooding threats this week, but keep in mind that changes to this forecast are likely in the days ahead. Severe Thunderstorm Threat Monday Scattered severe storms with damaging wind gusts, large hail and an isolated tornado threat are expected in parts of the central and southern Plains as the workweek begins. The chance of severe weather on Monday will be from West and South Texas into parts of southeastern Colorado, Oklahoma, Kansas and western and central Missouri. In addition, there is the potential for significant flash flooding from portions of Kansas into Missouri. Tuesday Severe storms could become more widespread Tuesday and Tuesday night from parts of Kansas into western Oklahoma and western Texas. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes will all be possible threats. The greatest chance of tornadoes and destructive hail is in the Texas Panhandle. Wednesday The potential for severe storms will push a bit farther eastward on Wednesday into portions of central and eastern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and northwestern Louisiana. A few severe storms could develop as far east as the Ohio Valley. Wednesday's storms could pack large hail, tornadoes, damaging winds and flooding rainfall. Areas from northern and central Texas into Oklahoma and southeast Kansas have the greatest risk of seeing supercell thunderstorms with destructive hail and tornadoes. Thursday The storm system could fuel another round of severe storms on Thursday as it pushes farther eastward. This includes a swath from the southern Great Lakes and Ohio Valley southwestward into the lower and mid-Mississippi Valley and eastern Texas. It's too early to determine what the main threats from those storms will be on Thursday. Flood Threat Returns A wet weather pattern has been in place for much of this year so far in many areas east of the Rockies, soaking the ground. Because of that, rainfall last week resulted in serious flooding in some areas from the southern Plains to Michigan. More flooding is likely in the week ahead as rain and thunderstorm chances expand through the first half of this week in the Plains and Midwest. A widespread swath from Texas northward into the Midwest could see 1 to 3 inches of rain through Thursday. Localized heavier totals up to 6 inches are possible in some areas, although it's a bit too early to pinpoint what locations may see the most excessive rainfall.
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Comet ISON & The Flying Red V Conspiracy
http://www.youtube.com/thornews This is part 33 of the Comet c/2012 s1 ISON WTF NASA / Earth series. With a nod to the 33rd degree we take a look at an ISON conspiracy that grows from a Rugby commercial from 2008. Sound strange? Well it is. We've got Flying red V's, black and TNT. Plus a strange orbit. But that's not all. Oh no! We've also got the Superman logo in the Sun and I retell my tale of seeing a giant yellow/green double stopped meteor over Texas last night. These are crazy times, party people. So let's step up our game to super awesome, shall we? The original video can be found at this link... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PH2f8yH-V_A Hey. You can follow me on the facebook if yee like. http://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or tweet me on the twitter @NewThor Thanks, God bless everyone! Stay cool, y'all T
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WTF? the 100 year Bond market is crashing.
This is a bad sign. A Very bad sign. Not the fact that the 100 year bond market is crashing, but the fact that there IS a 100 YEAR BOND MARKET. Who buys 100 year bonds? Apparently Pimco & Fidelity Investments and many others. Oh, our markets are so FUBAR. TY to Bloomberg for the Story http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-14/pimco-fidelity-stung-by-collapse-of-petrobras-s-100-year-bond Strange days, indeed. God Bless Everyone, T @NewTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Arkansas Nuclear One Power Plant & Russellville Levee need to be Watched.
I'm sorry but i've got more bad news. God bless everyone, T T Lewison 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston Texas 77096 www.paypal.me/thornews
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Earth is Smoking just like a Dragon & the Action is Heating up.
It seems like the less the Sun acts like it is in a starwater spewing grand solar minimum, the more my computer problems increase with hackers. s0 tay gsm the Microphones on my computer stopped working 2 days ago. This is something I made a few days ago enjoy it while i put everyone on high asteroid fight club alert for June. It is going to be a wild and weird week. expect a crisis or two as Jupiter opposes the Sun on the 10th and the Sun hits us with a Solar Storm on the 11th from a Coronal Mass Ejection on the 8th. This is the 4th geoeffective storm in less than a month. s0 be careful about buying any groupthink hivemind bumpersticker corporate political bullshit. We are all in this together. God bless everyone, T
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Giant ExoPlanet in our Solar System?! Or how The Sun stole Planet 9.
Scientists and Astronomers from Lund University have deduced that The Sun and Jupiter stole Planet 9 from another solar system. You can get excited because they made a cool educational animation. But you might be disappointed because they do not tell us which solar system Planet 9 came from. Really? God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebookcom/thornewsgo The Source Article http://phys.org/news/2016-05-theft-planet-solar.html Through a computer-simulated study, astronomers at Lund University in Sweden show that it is highly likely that the so-called Planet 9 is an exoplanet. This would make it the first exoplanet to be discovered inside our own solar system. The theory is that our sun, in its youth some 4.5 billion years ago, stole Planet 9 from its original star. An extrasolar planet, or exoplanet, is by definition a planet located outside our solar system. Now it appears that this definition is no longer viable. According to astronomers in Lund, there is a lot to indicate that Planet 9 was captured by the young sun and has been a part of our solar system completely undetected ever since. "It is almost ironic that while astronomers often find exoplanets hundreds of light years away in other solar systems, there's probably one hiding in our own backyard", says Alexander Mustill, astronomer at Lund University. Stars are born in clusters and often pass by one another. It is during these encounters that a star can "steal" one or more planets in orbit around another star. This is probably what happened when our own sun captured Planet 9. In a computer-simulated model, Alexander together with astronomers in Lund and Bordeaux has shown that Planet 9 was probably captured by the sun when coming in close contact while orbiting another star. "Planet 9 may very well have been 'shoved' by other planets, and when it ended up in an orbit that was too wide around its own star, our sun may have taken the opportunity to steal and capture Planet 9 from its original star. When the sun later departed from the stellar cluster in which it was born, Planet 9 was stuck in an orbit around the sun", says Alexander Mustill. "There is still no image of Planet 9, not even a point of light. We don't know if it is made up of rock, ice, or gas. All we know is that its mass is probably around ten times the mass of earth." It requires a lot more research before it can be ascertained that Planet 9 is the first exoplanet in our solar system. If the theory is correct, Alexander Mustill believes that the study of space and the understanding of the sun and the Earth will take a giant leap forward. "This is the only exoplanet that we, realistically, would be able to reach using a space probe", he says. Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-05-theft-planet-solar.html#jCp
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The Hunt for Planet X / Planet 9 from Outer Space begins Now!
Planet X has been discovered again & it's a 9. I'm not making this up, people. Mike Brown the world famous Plutokiller & his trusty sidekick, Konstantine Batygin. are making Ed Wood celebrate from the grave . Come along on this epic celestial adventure. Will the real planet X please stand up? The Series has begun . Stay tuned. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR https//www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Chinese Stock Markets flash crash, break & bounce back in 1 minute. WTF?
The global funny money games gets weirder as China's stock market plunges 12.5% breaks limit down then rebounds all within 1 minute. Weird. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-31/one-minute-plunge-sends-chinese-stock-futures-down-by-10-limit One-Minute Plunge Sends Chinese Stock Futures Down by 10% Limit Why Did the CSI 300 Fall 10% Before Recovering? Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Recommended Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., speaks during an interview in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013. Warren Buffett and his late first wife, Susan, gave and pledged billions to each of their three children to fund charitable foundations. Howard, an Illinois farmer, picked global hunger as his target. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images Buffett Awaits $8 Billion of ‘Bad News’ With Kraft Heinz Payment An investor walks past stock prices on screens at a securities company in Beijing on March 22, 2016. Chinese stocks closed lower on March 22 as investors took profit from a strong bounce the previous day fuelled by news that authorities have loosened restrictions on margin trading. / AFP / FRED DUFOUR (Photo credit should read FRED DUFOUR/AFP/Getty Images) The Big Short Is Back in Chinese Stocks Container ships sit docked in the Port of Keelung in Keelung, Taiwan, on Thursday, July 25, 2013. Taiwan signed its first free trade agreement with a developed country, New Zealand, this month and has concluded substantive talks with Singapore on a free trade pact that Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said will be signed "soon". Photographer: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg China's Slowdown Hits Nearby Economies Hardest Snow White at Wanda City Triggers Disney Backlash Unexplained drop follows similar move in Hong Kong this month Futures exchange said to start investigation into the tumble Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Chinese stock-index futures plunged by the daily limit before snapping back in less than a minute, the second sudden swing to rattle traders this month. Contracts on the CSI 300 Index dropped as much as 10 percent at 10:42 a.m. local time, recovering almost all of their losses in the same minute. More than 1,500 June contracts changed hands in that period, the most all day, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The China Financial Futures Exchange is investigating the tumble, said people familiar with the matter, who asked not to be named because they aren’t authorized to speak publicly. The unexplained slump follows a similar drop in Hang Seng China Enterprises Index futures on May 16 in Hong Kong, a move that heightened anxiety among investors facing slower Chinese economic growth and a weakening yuan. Volume in China’s stock-index futures market, which was the world’s most active as recently as July, has all but dried up after authorities clamped down on speculative trading during the nation’s $5 trillion equity crash last summer. Tuesday’s volatility had little impact on the underlying CSI 300, which rose 3.4 percent. “Liquidity in the market is really thin at the moment,” Fang Shisheng, Shanghai-based vice general manager at Orient Securities Futures Co., said by phone Fang said the sell order that triggered the plunge probably came here. Chinese policy makers restricted activity in the futures market last summer because selling the contracts is one of the easiest ways for investors to make large wagers against stocks. Volume shrank by more than 90 percent from its peak after officials raised margin requirements, tightened position limits and started a police probe into bearish wagers. An official at CFFEX in Shanghai said he couldn’t comment on Some international traders with negative views on Chinese stocks have shifted their wagers to offshore markets. Short interest in one of the largest Hong Kong exchange-traded funds tracking mainland shares has surged fivefold this month to its highest level in a year, according to data compiled by Markit and Bloomberg. The CSI 300 has dropped 15 percent this year, versus a 2.2 percent gain in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. While sudden price swings are hardly unique to Chinese exchanges, the country’s markets have come under increased scrutiny in recent months as MSCI Inc. considers adding mainland shares to its international indexes. Recent measures to curb trading halts and clarify beneficial ownership rules have improved the country’s odds of inclusion to 70 percent, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. analysts wrote in a report on Tuesday, which was one of the factors behind the market’s rally.
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Alert! Danger! MAJOR VDay Storm Warning for California & West Coast!
This one is going to do damage. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e020719.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
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a sad look at the weather
another dark night of the soul for me, T send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison
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Major Alert! California has 4 dams over 90% & 3 Storms in bound for NW.
2019 is one Cliffhanger after the next. God bless everyone, T THORnews survives and thrives on your prayers, good thoughts, defense and support send love, letters and contributions to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Texas 77096 article on storms https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/march-like-storm-to-blast-california-with-drenching-rain-mountain-snow-and-severe-weather/70008253 March-like storm to blast California with drenching rain, mountain snow and severe weather After sunshine and pleasant weather grace California early this week, a powerful storm system will barrel into the state during the middle to latter part of the week. The return of a March-like weather pattern, driven by a large dip in the jet stream, will be the culprit for driving this rare storm into the West Coast. Rain will first move into Northern California on Wednesday before overspreading the rest of the state by Wednesday night and Thursday. By the time the storm moves into the Four Corners region later on Friday, the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and parts of Northern and coastal California will receive between 1 to 3 inches of rain. The hardest-hit locations may receive as much as 4 or 5 inches of rain. Between 1 and 2 inches of rain is expected in San Francisco, with 0.50 to 1 inch of rain possible in Los Angeles. San Diego may even receive up to 0.50 of an inch of rain from this system. Even parts of the San Joaquin Valley will have to deal with showers and thunderstorms from Wednesday night into Thursday that could produce localized heavy downpours and some incidents of small hail. It is extremely unusual for a storm system to bring this amount of rainfall across the state this late in the spring season. Average rainfall during the month of May ranges from just under 0.75 of an inch in Sacramento to just under 0.50 of an inch in San Francisco and Fresno. San Diego typically receives around 0.10 of an inch for the month. These cities, as well as many other locations across the state, will receive two to three times their normal monthly rainfall in the span of only two or three days later this week. Travel will turn slippery with numerous delays on the roadways after the recent stretch of generally dry weather. Motorists traveling on Interstates 5 and 80, as well as secondary roadways, should allow extra time to reach their destination and reduce speed to lessen the risk of hydroplaning. Lengthy flight delays and cancellations both into and out of the major hubs along the West coast will also be likely, and some flights may have to be rerouted as gusty winds accompany the rain. In addition, flash flooding of streets and poor drainage areas, as well as smaller streams and creeks, will be a danger to anybody living in flood-prone areas. Abnormally chilly air will accompany the clouds and rain later this week, with high temperatures struggling to reach the middle 60s F across the Central Valley on Thursday. Normal highs during the middle of May are in the 80s. Showers may even reach Death Valley on Thursday and keep high temperatures only in the upper 70s after they soar above the century mark early this week. Snow levels are forecast to drop as low as 6,000-7,000 feet in the Sierra Nevada by Thursday and Thursday night, and up to a foot of snow is possible at the highest elevations. Motorists traveling across I-80’s Donner Pass may even have to deal with snow on the roadway for a brief time if snowfall rates become high enough. In addition to drenching rain and mountain snow, there is the potential for a few heavy, gusty and perhaps locally severe thunderstorms to be spawned, according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski. The greatest impact from the storms will be for hail and strong wind gusts. However, on occasion, severe thunderstorms can produce brief tornadoes and waterspouts. "The potential for severe thunderstorms will extend well inland beyond California as the storm moves along to portions of Nevada, Arizona and Utah at the end of the week," Sosnowski said.
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It's Flooding All over the World. Texas. Germany. India. France. Belgium.
We've got major flooding happening in Texas Germany France India Belgium & Italy is in danger of flooding. In the USA, Texas is facing big problems with Mother Nature expected to rain through Sunday. The Brazos River near Austin is at record heights & the weather is acting weird. Plus, we've got another tropical storm forming in the Gulf of Mexico. So Take the THORnews Weird Weather Watch up a notch. These are strange days, indeed. God bless everyone, T THORnews T-Shirts can be ordered from the link below... http://thornews.bigcartel.com/ @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/soaking-rain-thunderstorms-to-return-to-northeastern-us-this-weekend/57847498 Heavy rain and thunderstorms will spread over the Northeast, threatening outdoor activities on Sunday. Storm systems will move swiftly from west to east across the northern tier of the nation through this weekend. That means the weather from one day to the next will vary significantly. "The weekend will start rainy with showers pushing off the Atlantic coast during Friday night," according to AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams. Even though this first system is forecast to weaken upon crossing the Northeastern states, some locations can be hit with a drenching thunderstorm into Friday evening. The best bet for a game of golf, a swim or soaking up some sunshine for New England and a large part of the mid-Atlantic will be during Saturday morning and afternoon. There will still be a risk of a stray shower in southern Pennsylvania, northern Maryland and southern and central New Jersey on Saturday. "The next round of showers and thunderstorms will overtake the region during the second half of the weekend," Abrams said. Those with outdoor construction projects in much of West Virginia and southern and western Virginia may want to get an early start on Saturday. Downpours can spread over these states later in the day Saturday. Downpours will expand northeastward over the rest of the mid-Atlantic during Saturday night and continue on Sunday. Rain will reach much of New England during Sunday. ough rain could fall to cause water to collect in poor drainage areas and on some city streets. "There is the potential for strong to locally severe thunderstorms on Sunday," Abrams said. "The system coming in later this weekend will be strengthening, and it is the right time of year to expect nasty storms in such a situation." Some communities in the mid-Atlantic and southern New England could be hit with strong wind gusts, hail and frequent lightning strikes. As the downpours cross major highways and storms approach major airports, significant travel delays can occur. MLB fans heading to the parks at Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston should be prepared for the storms and interruptions to play.
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Alert! Bombogenesis Blizzard Wesley begins to Storm the Mid-West USA
This storm ain't no joke. God bless everyone, T https://www.venmo.com/TEric-Lewison https://www.paypal.me/thornews send mail to 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Tx 77096 Leakcon 2019 Denver May 18th and 19th LeakCon2019 is SOLD OUT but you can still be there bu purchasing the livestream. It's the only way... LeakCon2019 Live-Stream https://bit.ly/2TTbPIq https://leakcon2019.ticketspice.com/leakcon2019 latest crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry2/e041019.htm the danielle banks video https://weather.com/storms/winter/news/2019-04-09-how-winter-storm-wesley-could-set-april-pressure-snowstorm-records Wesley's low-pressure center could flirt with all-time April low-pressure records in parts of the Plains, according to data compiled by NOAA Weather Prediction Center meteorologist David Roth. Computer forecast models indicate the area of low pressure will bottom out in the upper-970s to lower-980s millibars. Record-low pressures for April in the region where Wesley is forecast to track when the system is at its strongest – generally between Kansas and southern Nebraska – range from about 978 to 982 millibars, so some of these records could be in jeopardy Wednesday or Thursday. But it's not clear this storm will be strong enough to be deemed a "bomb cyclone" because its atmospheric pressure might not meet the meteorological definition for bombogenesis, a 24-millibar pressure drop in 24 hours or less. Wesley may bring to mind a storm almost exactly one year ago, Winter Storm Xanto, which dumped over a foot of snow in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and the Twin Cities and up to 33 inches of snow in northeastern Wisconsin. In some parts of Minnesota and South Dakota, Wesley could flirt with all-time April snowstorm records, including the Twin Cities, which set their April record during Xanto last year, when 15.8 inches piled up between April 13-16. All it would take is more than 7.6 inches Wednesday night through early Friday for Minneapolis/St. Paul to see one of its 10 heaviest April snowstorms. Some parts of South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota could pick up more than 20 inches of snow from Wesley. Wesley will be an intense low-pressure system that could flirt with all-time April low-pressure records in parts of the Plains, according to data compiled by NOAA Weather Prediction Center meteorologist David Roth. That said, it's not clear this storm will be strong enough to be deemed a "bomb cyclone" since its atmospheric pressure might not meet the meteorological definition for bombogenesis, which is a 24-millibar pressure drop in 24 hours. Blizzard warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service from parts of northeastern Colorado to southeastern Wyoming, western and central Nebraska, far northwestern Kansas, South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota. This includes Denver; Cheyenne, Wyoming; Scottsbluff, Nebraska; and Pierre, South Dakota. Various winter storm watches and warnings and winter weather advisories have also been posted from portions of the northern and central Rockies into the upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great Lakes. By Friday, Wesley should be weakening, with lingering snow in upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great Lakes. As it reaches the East, it will mainly produce rain and thunderstorms, even into northern New England. Forecast Impacts There is still some uncertainty in the exact placement and amounts of snow from Winter Storm Wesley, but a general scenario is coming into focus. At least 6 inches of snow now appears likely in a swath from Wyoming and northeastern Colorado to northern Michigan. Within that swath, it's likely at least a foot of snow will accumulate over parts of South Dakota, northern Nebraska, southern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin. A few locations in this zone may see accumulations of 20 to 30 inches. Minneapolis/St. Paul could see one of its 10 heaviest April snowstorms if it picks up more than 7.6 inches Wednesday night through early Friday. Denver may also see several inches of snow, along with blizzard conditions, later Wednesday into Thursday. The combination of strong winds and snow will create blizzard conditions in parts of the Plains and Midwest Wednesday into early Friday, making travel treacherous, if not impossible, in parts of Minnesota, northern Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, northeastern Colorado and northwestern Kansas. Road closures are possible, potentially including along stretches of interstates 29, 70, 80 and 90. Snow drifts of multiple feet are possible in some areas. Accumulation of wet, heavy snow and wind may lead to power outages and tree damage in some spots, something typical of strong early- and late-season snowstorms. There could also be wind damage in areas that receive little or no snow, something we saw in last month's bomb cyclone.
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Shattered Heat Records for West Coast & Major Flooding this week for USA & UK
It's getting wild out there. Stay cool. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/thornews you can mail me stuff at THORnews 5430 Birdwood Rd. #416 Houston, Texas 77096
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Billions of Barrels of Oil MISSING! + a Phantom Price SPIKE! The great economic mystery* of 2016.
We've got http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-03-21/-missing-barrels-don-t-explain-oil-rally-says-morgan-stanley God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Bloomberg story by `Missing Barrels' Don't Explain Oil Rally, Says Morgan Stanley Angelina Rascouet March 21, 2016 "IEA estimates around 800,000 barrels a day are unaccounted for Recent oil rally driven by macroeconomic events, bank says Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The 800,000 barrels a day of crude production unaccounted for in the International Energy Agency’s estimates of oil supply and demand for last year are a “poor explanation” for the recent rally in prices, according to Morgan Stanley. The “missing barrels” -- which result from the difference between the IEA’s estimate of oil supply and demand -- are probably present in stockpiles outside the 34 members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Morgan Stanley said in a note Monday. The proportion of global inventories in developing countries such as China, which aren’t directly monitored by the agency, should be growing, the bank said. “Missing barrels are one of many oil-market myths cited by bulls,” Morgan Stanley analysts including Adam Longson said in the note. “The theory is that oil demand is understated because OECD inventories do not capture the full imbalance. However, just because you can’t see them, doesn’t mean they are not there.” Brent crude, the international oil benchmark, has risen about 50 percent since hitting a 12-year low of $27.10 on Jan. 20. For Morgan Stanley, the rally is the result of macroeconomic trends -- notably the weakening dollar -- and other events such the potential for a production freeze when OPEC and non-OPEC producers meet on April 17. In its monthly oil-market report, the Paris-based IEA includes a “miscellaneous to balance” section that lists the barrels its analysts haven’t been able to locate after taking account of supply, demand and the amount of oil placed into storage. That number was 800,000 barrels a day for 2015, “well within the normal range considering the vagaries of oil data,” the agency said in its March 11 report. Chinese Tanks “Part of these missing barrels ended in Chinese SPR tanks,” said Giovanni Staunovo, an analyst at UBS Group AG, referring to the nation’s strategic petroleum reserves. Tracking only OECD storage data was useful in the past when developed economies’ oil demand was larger than emerging markets, but that trend has since reversed, he said. About 77 million barrels of SPR is in the process of being filled in China, with another 93 million barrels of capacity expected to be completed by 2020, according to BMI research. The IEA can’t escape errors in data collection, Morgan Stanley said. “History shows supply and demand tend to be revised as data improves, with no clear pattern. Both have generally been revised up in recent years,” the bank said.
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www.youtube.com/thornews Something is rotten in Denmark. It would appear that NASA turned the cameras AWAY from Comet c2012 s1 ISON and then declared it dead disintegrated eaten by the Sun or as Phil Plait was quick to say an Ex-Comet. The Mainstream media, who had been slow to report on the Comet ISON story all year was all over the 'COMET ISON IS DEAD' meme like stink on poop. We've heard that ISON is a headless comet, its tails are pointing in strange directions, and that all that's left is the debris field and its tail. Well the situation is SNAFU + FUBAR = SNAFUBAR and this Joker is Wild so who knows who to believe anymore? This story started insane and over the year has only grown increasingly crazy. Nothing like a wonderful government sucker punch on Thanksgiving! Crazy times, indeed. ISON has made it past Pluto Uranus Saturn Jupiter Mars Earth Mercury & Venus and is now going to do it all over again. The closest approach to Earth is said to be on Christmas. I sure hope the Holiday Comet doesn't ruin the Holidays. Oh the perihelion drama. I'm am trying to learn about the Heavens. Be cool. God bless everyone, Stay Cool, T http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/11/25/comet_ison_sudden_drop_in_ice_output.html?wpisrc=burger_bar http://spaceweathergallery.com/index.php?title=comet http://www.isoncampaign.org/Present http://brucegary.net/ISON/ http://digilander.libero.it/infosis/homepage/astronomia/c2012s1.htm http://www.solarsystemscope.com/ison/ http://solarimg.org/artis/ Want to talk about it? meet me on the facebook www.facebook.com/thornewsgo or tweet me on the twitter @NewThor This is part 48 of the THOR performed THORnews series Comet c/2012 s1 ISON WTF NASA - EARTH - Professional Science - Dude. It almost makes you feel like they ARE trying to cover up something.
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The scariest Weather video I've seen in a long time: The Chile Flood
Spring is here & that means hurricanes & floods instead of Snowstorms and Blizzards. So be awake, alert, informed, prepared and ready. The Oceans will rise & the weather will get weirder. original chile flood video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24R2Gw2qAuk God Bless Everyone, T @NewThor on Twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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3000 Comets discovered by NASA's SOHO satellite.
NASA's Solar Heliospheric Observatory has now discovered over 3000 Comets in its 9 year mission. It was never intended to be a comet detective. But lo and behold, it is. Can we replace it and the STEREO and the SDO with cooler high techier Satellites now please? God Bless everyone, T @NewTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo
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Earth is Cracking up - Giant Cracks, Sinkholes, Volcanoes & Madness
We've got giant cracks in South Africa, Ariizona USA, & Antarctica, Volcanoes erupting all over the world, more sinkholes than I can count and a global civilization that is going insane. I think it's time to step outside & bask in the beauty of life and Mother Nature. Strange days, indeed. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo articles http://www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2017/01/30/enormous-crack-opened-middle-arizona-desert/#53c9f48f2b08 An Enormous Crack Just Opened Up In The Middle Of The Arizona Desert Trevor Nace , CONTRIBUTOR I cover geology, earth science, and natural disasters. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Play Mute Current Time 0:28 / Duration Time 1:00 Loaded: 0%Progress: 0% Share Fullscreen The Arizona Geological Survey is monitoring a 2-mile long crack that has opened up in the Arizona desert. Recent drone flights over the crack reveal that it has continued to grow both in length and width in Pinal County, to the southeast of Phoenix. Scientists are actively monitoring the crack and took drone video of the extent of the fissure as normal documentation of an area prone to large cracks in the Earth. The northern portion of the crack is older and partially filled in by eroding sediment and from collapse of the crack’s edges. Meanwhile, the southern portion remains 25 to 30 feet deep and 10 feet across. The fissure tapers out toward each edge but the southern edge continues to grow in length and widen. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4129206/Shocking-drone-footage-shows-huge-crack-ice.html Shocking drone footage shows the huge scale of the 25 mile-long crack in ice that forced a British Antarctic base to shut down The Halley VI Research Station is home to the British Antarctic Survey The research base is being relocated 14 miles across the Brunt Ice Shelf If the research station is not relocated, it could be swallowed by the ice by 2020 Once operation is finished, station will be abandoned for the winter Yesterday, the Halley VI Research Station was forced to close its Antarctic research base amid rising fears it could fall into a huge ice chasm. Shocking new drone footage has now been released that shows just how massive the growing crack in the ice is. The worrying footage has forced the British research base to relocate 14 miles (22 km) across the Brunt Ice Shelf and close its doors for the winter. The footage shows a 25 mile-long (40km) crack that appears to be a few feet deep. In some areas, the crack has split into two, leaving behind small islands of ice. The British Antarctic survey said that changes to the ice presents 'a complex glaciological picture' that causes concern about the shelf on which the station is located in the coming months. The survey says a new crack on the floating Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica will force them to remove people before the Antarctic winter, which runs from March to November, ends.
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What is the Plan? Bad Endgames. Nation vs. Nation. Corporation vs. Corporation. Man vs. Man.
These strange days are crazy and unstable all across the globe as we ride into a Wild Eclipse Retrograde July. We are all in this together. Team Earth needs to pull its head out of its ass and get it in gear. all this abundance is a test. Let peace rule. God bless everyone & please Stay cool. T you can send support if you can send support. https://www.paypal.me/thornews
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Major Midwest Flooding. Wave after Wave after Wave. Volcano & Earthquake Signals.
it's getting more interesting everyday. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews
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Big Hot jumping Jupiter! Scientists find the Most Eccentric Planet Orbit Ever*!
Professional & University Astronomers & Scientists are partying hard tonight because the most eccentric planetary orbit has been found and hot dang it's a hot jupiter. They think. And. Yes. There is no photo or official capture of this object, just artist renderings and diagrams. Oh too bad, such a trend. God Bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo The Article http://news.sfsu.edu/news-story/most-eccentric-planet-known-flashes-astronomers-reflected-light "Most eccentric planet known flashes astronomers with reflected light" Led by SF State astronomer Stephen Kane, a team of researchers has spotted an extrasolar planet about 117 light-years from earth that boasts the most eccentric orbit yet seen. What's more, Kane and his colleagues were able to detect a signal of reflected light from the planet known as HD 20782 — a "flash" of starlight bouncing off the eccentric planet's atmosphere as it made its closest orbital approach to its star. The discovery was announced online Feb. 28 in The Astrophysical Journal. In this case, "eccentric" doesn't refer to a state of mind, but instead describes how elliptical a planet's orbit is around its star. While the planets in our solar system have nearly circular orbits, astronomers have discovered several extrasolar planets with highly elliptical or eccentric orbits. A graphic showing the orbit of the planet HD 20782 relative to the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars around the sun. This graphic shows the orbit of the planet HD 20782 relative to the inner planets of our solar system. HD 20782's orbit more closely resembles that of a comet, making it the most eccentric planet ever known. HD 20782 has the most eccentric orbit known, measured at an eccentricity of .96. This means that the planet moves in a nearly flattened ellipse, traveling a long path far from its star and then making a fast and furious slingshot around the star at its closest approach. HD 20782 offers "a particularly lucrative observing opportunity" for studying the planetary atmosphere of an eccentric-orbit planet — a type not seen in our own solar system, the scientists say in the journal article. By studying the reflected light from HD 20782, astronomers may learn more about the structure and composition of a planetary atmosphere that can withstand a brief but blistering exposure to its star. At the furthest point in its orbit, the planet is separated from its star by 2.5 times the distance between the sun and Earth. At its closest approach, it ventures as close as .06 of that same Earth-sun distance — much closer than Mercury orbits the sun, said Kane, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy. "It's around the mass of Jupiter, but it's swinging around its star like it's a comet." An earlier observation of HD 20782 suggested that the planet might have an extremely eccentric orbit. Kane and his colleagues were able to confirm its extreme eccentricity and the rest of its orbital parameters as part of the Transit Ephemeris Refinement and Monitoring Survey (TERMS), a project led by Kane to detect extrasolar planets as they pass in front of their stars. Using these new parameters to time their observations, the scientists also used a satellite-based telescope to collect light data from the planet as it orbited closest to its star. They were able to detect a change in brightness that appears to be a signal of reflected light bouncing off the planet's atmosphere. The reflected light could tell researchers more about how the atmosphere of a planet like HD 20782 responds when it spends most of its time far away from its star, "but then has a very close approach where it's flash-heated by the star," Kane said. The percentage of light reflected from a planet, or how bright it appears in the sky, is determined in part by the composition of its atmosphere. Planets shrouded in clouds full of icy particles, like Venus and Jupiter, for instance, are very reflective. But if a planet like Jupiter were to move too close to the sun, the heat would remove the icy material in its clouds. In some of the extrasolar, Jupiter-sized planets that tread short, circular orbits, Kane explained, this phenomenon does appear to strip the atmospheres of reflective particles, making the planets appear "dark." But in the case of HD 20782, "the atmosphere of the planet doesn't have a chance to respond," he said. "The time it takes to swing around the star is so quick that there isn't time to remove all the icy materials that make the atmosphere so reflective." cont. at article Kane is a member of the science team for two upcoming satellite missions — NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and the European Space Agency's Characterizing ExOPLanet Satellite (CHEOPS) — that will have HD 20782 in their sights after they launch in 2018.
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Atlantic Hurricane Season begins Months Early! & Cyclone Debbie targets Australia
Arlene! We've got a wave in the Atlantic Ocean that may turn into a sub tropical storm that may be come a depression that may become a hurricane. About 3 months too early. And Cyclone Debbie is about to land a direct hit on Australia with Damaging wind & lots of rain. God bless everyone, T @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo articles on storms https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/atlantic-tropical-subtropical-low-late-march Invest 90-L Could Develop Into a Subtropical Storm This Week; Would Be Second Time In March Since Records Began A subtropical storm could develop in the Atlantic Ocean this week – something that has only occurred once before in March since the pre-Civil War era. This potential system is associated with an area of low pressure that has developed well north of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, which has been dubbed Invest 90-L by the National Hurricane Center (NHC). This naming convention is used by the NHC to identify features they are monitoring for potential future development into a depression or storm. The system brought locally heavy rainfall to Puerto Rico during the weekend, along with rip currents and high surf. Conditions should improve there as the low moves away. If the right ingredients come together this week, a subtropical depression or storm could form from the aforementioned area of low pressure. Persistent shower and thunderstorm activity is necessary to allow the system to develop and become a cyclone, which hasn't happened yet. Sea-surface temperatures are generally greater than 75 degrees in the region where the low pressure – one of the ingredients necessary for subtropical development – is expected to develop. This increases the chance that this low will at least have some tropical characteristics. Wind shear is currently too high over the system, but models open up a short window where shear may become low enough, and if there's enough moisture in the region, the low could continue to organize and subtropical development could take place early this week. If sustained winds reach 39 mph or greater, it would receive a name and become Subtropical Storm Arlene. This area of low pressure is expected to move north and then east through the central Atlantic into midweek and could pass south of Bermuda with at least some rain and wind. How Rare Would This Be? You'd be right to think it's very early for possible tropical development. The Atlantic hurricane season, which officially begins June 1 and goes through Nov. 30, accounts for about 97 percent of tropical cyclone activity in the basin. However, for a tropical cyclone to develop in March is a rare, but possible, event. There has been only one Atlantic tropical or subtropical cyclone to form in March since records began in 1851. This occurred over 100 years ago on March 6, 1908, northeast of the Leeward Islands.
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Maximum Grand Solar Minimum & the Endless parade of Severe Storms of May USA
Mayday 17. The Earth has seen 3 solar storms in a row & now we've got a non stop series of storms from coast to coast from here until Atlantic Hurricane Season begins. Buckle up, buttercup. We are going for a wild ride into the future! God bless everyone, T THORnews survives and thrives on your prayers, good thoughts, defense and support send love, letters and contributions to 5430 Birdwood Rd. 416 Houston, Texas 77096 video on storm onslaught https://weather.com/storms/severe/news/2019-05-14-severe-weather-forecast-plains-tornadoes-hail-winds-flooding Multi-Day Siege of Severe Storms to Hit Plains and Midwest With Tornadoes, Hail, Damaging Winds, Flooding A multi-day siege of severe weather will flare up in the Plains and Midwest into the weekend. Another round of severe weather will then follow in the Plains Monday and Tuesday. Tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds are all threats. Flash flooding is also a significant concern. Rounds of severe thunderstorms with tornadoes, large hail, damaging winds and flooding rain will erupt in the Plains and Midwest Friday into the weekend, then again Monday into Tuesday. A pair of energetic weather systems will ride a powerhouse jet stream into the Plains and Midwest this weekend into early next week where they will intercept moisture returning north from the Gulf of Mexico. Supercells and long lines of severe thunderstorms known as squall lines are both possible, at times. NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has issued the following severe weather watches: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch valid until 8 p.m. MDT for northeastern Colorado, southwestern Nebraska and southeastern Wyoming. This watch area includes Cheyenne, Wyoming and Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The atmosphere is beginning to destabilize in parts of central Nebraska and northwestern Kansas. Severe thunderstorms may begin to develop in this area over the next few hours. Large hail, tornadoes and damaging winds are possible. Storms will gradually move eastward into Nebraska through the afternoon. Another area of scattered severe thunderstorms with large hail and damaging winds are possible in the afternoon from parts of eastern Indiana and central Ohio into West Virginia and Virginia. Severe Weather Forecast Tonight Severe thunderstorms will be most numerous tonight in the parts of the upper Midwest and Plains from South Dakota, Nebraska, southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa with large hail, flooding rain, damaging winds, and some tornadoes, especially with any supercell thunderstorms in the early evening. A second cluster of severe thunderstorms is expected to develop overnight in west-central Texas and slide east in the pre-dawn hours early Saturday morning with damaging straight-line winds, flooding rain and perhaps a few tornadoes. Saturday A cluster of strong to severe thunderstorms is expected to be ongoing Saturday morning in parts of north and central Texas into Oklahoma, with damaging winds, flooding rain, and possibly a few tornadoes. Severe thunderstorms are possible Saturday from parts of the upper Midwest to parts of Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana, with tornadoes, damaging winds, hail and flooding rainfall. A second area of severe thunderstorms should flare up in the afternoon farther west in parts of western Oklahoma and develop into a second rash of severe storms into the evening and overnight into Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas with large hail, damaging winds and locally flooding rainfall. Sunday At least some severe thunderstorms are possible from parts of the Mississippi Valley, Ohio Valley into the Great Lakes as the weekend comes to a close. Damaging winds are the primary threat from any storms that turn severe, although an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. A few strong to severe thunderstorms may flare up in parts of West Texas Sunday night with large hail and locally heavy rain. Monday By early next week, the atmosphere will reload and another round of jet-stream energy will swing into the Plains, triggering the development of more widespread severe weather. Severe storms are most likely Monday in the Plains from northern Texas into Oklahoma, but may also extend into parts of Kansas. Tornadoes, large hail, damaging winds and flash flooding seem most likely in this area Monday. Tuesday By Tuesday, a strong area of low pressure should be in place over the central Plains. This will push the severe threat ahead of a cold front into parts of Iowa, Missouri and Illinois to Arkansas, eastern Oklahoma and eastern Texas. Damaging thunderstorm winds, hail, some tornadoes and flooding rain are possible in these areas Tuesday. Flash Flood Threat Repeated rounds of heavy rain over the past week or so triggered significant flooding in parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, including cities such as Houston; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Jackson, Mississippi, among others. It was the wettest first 12 days of May on record in Dodge City,
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Sub-Zero temps & Black Ice = Big Dangers with Polar Vortex Arctic Air.
It is already underway & lasts until Thursday. God bless everyone, T https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo Tshirts https://hitthebuttonbaby.com/ the crankywxguy blog http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e012919.htm mike's weather page http://www.spaghettimodels.com/ models https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/ a look at the Sun https://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ https://weather.com/forecast/national/news/2019-01-28-polar-vortex-midwest-arctic-air-coldest-two-decades Polar Vortex Triggering Coldest Arctic Outbreak in at Least Two Decades This Week in Parts of the Midwest Dangerously cold conditions are forecast in the Midwest this week. Parts of the Midwest will see their coldest weather in at least two decades. Wind chills values will fall into the 40s, 50s, even 60s below zero in some places. The Northeast will also see bitterly cold temperatures late this week. Extreme arctic cold is now plunging into the Midwest, creating dangerously cold wind chills and likely dropping temperatures in some cities to their lowest levels in more than two decades. The central and eastern United States have been in the grips of a much colder weather pattern in the second half of January, and conditions this week will be the worst yet. One instigator for this outbreak of cold air is a displacement of a lobe of the polar vortex to a position over the Great Lakes, according to a wunderground.com blog entry from Jeff Masters and Bob Henson. The National Weather Service noted the temperature in Minneapolis/St. Paul dropped below zero just after midnight Tuesday morning and was likely to remain below zero until Friday morning. By Wednesday and Thursday, morning lows may reach the minus 20s to perhaps minus 30 in the Twin Cities, with minus teens and minus 20s in Des Moines, Iowa, Chicago and Milwaukee. Subzero-cold lows may extend through much of the Ohio Valley and should arrive into the interior Northeast by Thursday. Thursday will be the coldest day along the Northeast Interstate 95 corridor, with lows in the single digits from Baltimore to Boston. Here are the last dates the following cities were as cold: Chicago last plunged to minus 20 degrees on Jan. 18, 1994. Des Moines, Iowa, last observed temperatures as low as minus 20 degrees on Feb. 4, 1996. Milwaukee last reached minus 20 degrees on Feb. 2-3, 1996. Madison, Wisconsin, reached minus 30 degrees only twice in history, last occurring on Jan. 15, 1963. Minneapolis/St. Paul last plunged to minus 30 degrees on Feb. 2, 1996. Detroit last was minus 15 degrees on Jan. 16, 2009. As you can see, the outbreak this week may be the coldest in more than 20 years in parts of the Midwest and will smash dozens of daily record lows in some areas. A few of the potential daily record lows this week include (record-to-beat is shown): Wednesday: Chicago (minus 15 degrees); Cleveland (minus 4 degrees); Des Moines, Iowa (minus 17 degrees); Detroit (minus 4 degrees) Thursday: Chicago (minus 12 degrees); Cleveland (minus 4 degrees); Detroit (minus 7 degrees); Pittsburgh (minus 3 degrees) Incredibly, this could be the first January daily record low set in Minneapolis/St. Paul since 1977, according to the National Weather Service. There could also be a few cities that come close to all-time record lows for any day of the year on Thursday morning. Chicago and Rockford, Illinois, may be within a few degrees of their all-time records of minus 27 degrees, set Jan. 20, 1985, and Jan. 10, 1982, respectively. Cedar Rapids, Dubuque and Waterloo, Iowa, could also dip to near their all-time record lows of minus 29 degrees, minus 30 degrees and minus 34 degrees, respectively. In most of these cities, these frigid temperatures are in another league from some of the daily records listed above. In the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa and St. Louis, the all-time records still stand from more than 100 years ago. In Chicago and Detroit, these records were set in the mid-1980s. A number of Ohio Valley cities – including Cleveland, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville and Pittsburgh – set all-time record lows during the mid-January 1994 cold outbreak. Twitter Ads info and privacy Incredibly, wind chills in the minus 60s and 70s, even a minus-82-degree wind chill, were observed Monday in northern Manitoba and southern Nunavut, Canada, according to the National Weather Service. The Northeast will have its coldest wind chills Wednesday night into Thursday morning, ranging from the 20s and 30s below zero across the interior to the single digits or teens below zero along the Interstate 95 corridor.
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2 Massive Planet X s may lurk beyond Pluto in the Oort Cloud.
https://www.youtube.com/THORnews I've said it all along, all Planet X roads lead to Sedna & Sedna led us to VP113 & now the number of professional astronomers who believe their might be one or TWO Giant Trans-Neptunian planets, planetoids, or dwarf planets. Heck, even astrobob is talking about it! And the Shills are stepping up their game. Their defense is A) Amy Mainzer & NASA's NEO WISE team didn't find anything and B) Amateur Astronomers would be able to see it. LOL WUT? I do recommend the honorable Michael Brown go help the WISE team discover some cool stuff. Planet X is real. They've found quite a few of them, Sedna, VP113, Eris Orcus Haumea Quaoar Huya & 2002 Texas 300 The Definition of Planet X has always been a planet outside of Pluto's orbit, so now we've got a ton on our hands, it is interesting to watch as many scientists avoid the discussion of Sedna & VP113 all together. Interesting times indeed! Stay tuned! Go Astonishers Go! God Bless Everyone! T http://arxiv.org/abs/1406.0715 http://astrobob.areavoices.com/2014/06/14/two-planet-xs-may-lurk-unseen-beyond-pluto/ https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo @NewThor on the Twitter I am THOR of THORnews and I approve this message. I wonder if I can get an interview with Mike Brown Amy Mainzer Phil Plait & Neil Degrasse Tyson ? They're busy, so probs not all together at once, heck they're as big as the Cosmos now, they might not talk to me at all. :(
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