Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Two Ocean Ida One Hurricane In Two Worlds

North Carolina's Outer Bank is about to be hammered by a convergence of two storms. One is the remnants of Hurricane Ida and the other an unnamed tropical depression.

Ida, Hurricane Ida, did you notice that Hurricane Ida started as a hurricane in the Pacific Ocean? No? Yep, instead of turning back west and looping out into the Pacific as she was supposed to do, she crossed over the ismus of Panama and entered the Atlantic tropical storms system.

Welcome to the new weather patterns for America.
No climate change, no none at all.

3 comments:

BB-Idaho said...

Another reason only 6% of scientists are Republicans (Pew Research Poll, 7-2009)

drlobojo said...

One thing i don't get is why TWC who are right now covering the wierd Nor-Eastern off NC and Va. which is being fed by Ida hasn't even made the connection.

Maybe, like politics, weather is always just local.

jay paul said...

Nice post! Can’t wait for the next one. Keep stuff like this coming.

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