My worst global warming fear: buckeyes in Ann Arbor

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:53 PM GMT op 10 februari 2012

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Last week, I blogged about how wintertime minimum temperatures in the U.S. have risen so much in recent decades, that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) had to update their Plant Hardiness Zone Map for gardeners for the first time since 1990. The Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. I got to looking at the new zone map for Ann Arbor, Michigan, where I live, and saw how we've shifted one 5-degree Fahrenheit half-zone warmer. Ann Arbor used to be in Zone 5, but is now solidly in the warmer Zone 6. This got me to wondering, what sort of plants in Zone 6, until now rare or unknown in Ann Arbor, might migrate northwards in coming decades into the city? Then, with a sudden chill, I contemplated a truly awful possibility: The Ohio Buckeye Tree.


Figure 1. Comparison of the 1990 and 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Maps. Image credit: USDA and Arbor Day Foundation.

Buckeyes in Ann Arbor? The Horror!
For those of you unfamiliar the the buckeye tree, it is the emblem of Ohio State University. The Buckeyes of Ohio State have one of the most fierce rivalries in sports with that "school up north", the University of Michigan. As someone who spent twelve years of my life as a student at the University of Michigan, the thought of Buckeye trees in Ann Arbor is not one I care to contemplate. But the USDA Forest Service has published a Climate Change Tree Atlas which predicts that the most favorable habitat for the Ohio Buckeye Tree can be expected to move northwards with a warming climate. While they give their model for the Buckeye Tree a rating of "low reliability", it is nonetheless chilling to contemplate the potential infestation of Ann Arbor with this loathsome invader. I can only sadly predict that to stem the invasion, non-ecologically-minded University of Michigan students will unleash genetically engineered wolverines that eat buckeye seeds.


Figure 2. Potential changes in the mean center of distribution of the Ohio Buckeye tree. The green oval shows the current center of the range of the Buckeye Tree, well to the south of Ann Arbor. In a scenario where humans emit relatively low amounts of heat-trapping gases like carbon dioxide (light blue oval), the most favorable climate for the Buckeye Tree edges into Southern Michigan, and marches into Ann Arbor under the medium and high scenarios for emissions (other ovals.) Image credit: USDA Forest Service Climate Change Tree Atlas.

Libyan snowstorm triggered major Saharan dust storm
On February 6, a rare snow storm hit North Africa, bringing 2 - 3 inches of snow to Tripoli, Libya. It was the first snow in Tripoli since at least 2005, and may be the heaviest snow the Libyan capital has seen since February 6, 1956. The storm responsible for the North African snow also had strong winds that kicked up a tremendous amount of dust over Algeria during the week. This dust became suspended in a flow of air moving to the southwest, and is now over the Atlantic Ocean.


Figure 3. Dust storm on February 7, 2012, off the coast of West Africa, spawned by a storm that brought snow to North Africa on February 6. Note the beautiful vorticies shed by the Cape Verde Islands, showing that the air is flowing northeast to southwest. The red squares mark where fires are burning in West Africa. Image credit: NASA.

Have a great weekend, everyone, and I'll be back Monday with a new post.

Jeff Masters

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670. j2008
Quoting RTSplayer:


In order to get to 155 to 160 range, it basicly needs a solid shield of yellow symetrically around the eye.

Then around 160 and above, it gets weird, because the "colder is stronger" thing does not seem to always hold true.

I've noticed some annular storms can maintain category 5 for a while even while having significantly warmer cloud tops, so the temperature is not always a perfect indicator.
I definatly dont think Giovanna is up to cat 5 yet, but she is definatly on her way.
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ECMWF has some strong winds for the eastern seaboard once again in 240hr forecast.
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Media.......... and silly titles and silly writing.
Link

Sun points a loaded gun at us

......As solar activity builds toward an expected peak in 2013, a double-barreled sunspot has been doubling in size over the past couple of days and now has the potential to shoot significant eruptions in our direction.

And in other news, it appears Fukushima is getting hot once again.
Link

....Concern is growing that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan is no longer stable after temperature readings suggested one of its damaged reactors was reheating.

The plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco), said the temperature inside No 2 reactor – one of three that suffered meltdown after last year's earthquake and tsunami – may have reached 82C on Sunday.........


But not to worry, from the end of the article.......

.........."We believe the state of cold shutdown is being maintained," said Junichi Matsumoto, a company spokesman. "Rather than the actual temperature rising, we believe there is high possibility that the thermometer concerned is displaying erroneous data."............
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666. Skyepony (Mod)
Raw T score is getting up there..Adjusted is still a bit lower but kinda come to it's plateau's end judging by it's past..it's up or down from here. I'll go with up..it is coming into warmer water now.

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665. j2008
Quoting MAweatherboy1:
Hi everyone. I've lurked on this site for months and have learned a lot from all the discussion so I decided to finally make an account. I hope I can contribute in some way to the blog.
Meanwhile, in weather news: Giovanna is a beast! Madagascar better be prepared for this. She is definitely a solid Cat 4, potentially heading for Cat 5.
Welcome to the blog, tons of good educated people around here, if you ever have a question just ask.
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Giovanna WunderMap®
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Hi everyone. I've lurked on this site for months and have learned a lot from all the discussion so I decided to finally make an account. I hope I can contribute in some way to the blog.
Meanwhile, in weather news: Giovanna is a beast! Madagascar better be prepared for this. She is definitely a solid Cat 4, potentially heading for Cat 5.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


In order to get to 155 to 160 range, it basicly needs a solid shield of yellow symetrically around the eye.

Then around 160 and above, it gets weird, because the "colder is stronger" thing does not seem to always hold true.

I've noticed some annular storms can maintain category 5 for a while even while having significantly warmer cloud tops, so the temperature is not always a perfect indicator.

Yes, take for example Katrina.

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Quoting j2008:
Highest wind speed is in the eyewall and as you said its symmetrical so, a high end cat 4 is very likely right now.


In order to get to 155 to 160 range, it basicly needs a solid shield of yellow symetrically around the eye.

Then around 160 and above, it gets weird, because the "colder is stronger" thing does not seem to always hold true.

I've noticed some annular storms can maintain category 5 for a while even while having significantly warmer cloud tops, so the temperature is not always a perfect indicator.
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Quoting RTSplayer:
I was fooling around just now, and was wondering if anyone on here plays chess and knows their "real" rating, and can try this and see how it rates them.

Elo Rating Estimator

I did this in about 10 minutes total, maybe less, and got a rating of 1550.



According to a few searches online, I found that 1600 is considered the average among regular players i.e. chess club members.

Another site claims that it takes about 5 years of practicing 4 to 5 hours per day to get a 1600 rating.

That's 7300 to 9100 hours.

I doubt I've played anywhere near that much chess in my life combined, and almost none of it was against humans.

I have not played chess against a human opponent in 8 years, and only play against the computer from time to time.

I'm trying to figure out if this thing is over-estimating me or under-estimating me.

I searched online to find out some benchmarks for Windows Chess Titans and Winboard engines and there it was claimed that Chess Titans on the 6th difficulty beats an allegedly 2300 rated engine, but that was disputed.

I have never won a game against the Winboard engine! Lol, but it's super-human, like 3000 anyway.


So anyway, just wondering if there are any players on here who know their official rating, and can test this thing. I'm just wondering for some reason what my rating is.


It seems kind of silly that I would get a 1550 that easily if 1600 is supposedly a club average, and I hardly ever play.


If this is real, maybe I should find some people to play with or something.



i just took the test

Result:


Your estimated Elo rating is

1080
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Sorry, I corrected my post. It DOES have winds of 140 mph.


Yes, I know.

After about 110mph, I can usually guess the speed within plus or minus 5mph from a still frame.
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Quoting RTSplayer:


I was going to say 140 to 145, but whatever.


High end is 150 to 155, i.e. "borderline 5".

131 to 155 is 25mph range, including both ends.

145 is still exactly in the middle 5mph of the 25mph range of cat 4...

Sorry, I corrected my post. It DOES have winds of 140 mph.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

It's already at 145 mph...



I was going to say 140 to 145, but whatever.


High end is 150 to 155, i.e. "borderline 5".

131 to 155 is 25mph range, including both ends.

145 is still exactly in the middle 5mph of the 25mph range of cat 4...


"Low end" cat 4 would be 131 to 135, etc.

I wasn't saying it wasn't cat 4.

Was saying it wasn't 150 or 155.
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656. j2008
Quoting RTSplayer:
It LOOKs like a middle grade category 4, so maybe 140mph 1-minute sustained.


But looks could be deceiving.

Eye is symetrical, but the south side of the CDO looks pretty eroded right now on infrared, so it's unlikely to be a high-end cat 4 storm.
Highest wind speed is in the eyewall and as you said its symmetrical so, a high end cat 4 is very likely right now.
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Quoting RTSplayer:
It LOOKs like a middle grade category 4, so maybe 140mph 1-minute sustained.


But looks could be deceiving.

Eye is symetrical, but the south side of the CDO looks pretty eroded right now on infrared, so it's unlikely to be a high-end cat 4 storm.

It is currently at 140 mph.

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It LOOKs like a middle grade category 4, so maybe 140mph 1-minute sustained.


But looks could be deceiving.

Eye is symetrical, but the south side of the CDO looks pretty eroded right now on infrared, so it's unlikely to be a high-end cat 4 storm.
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Quoting aspectre:
616 Xyrus2000 "webcam...at Andilana beach

Adrialana Beach is located on Nosy Be Island(NOS) off the northwest coast of Madagascar.

The center of Giovanna (red dot at latest reported position) is predicted to hit just south of Toamasina(TMM)...
(Fortunately for Madagascar's largest port, that's the weak side of the storm.)
...then proceed on a path that takes it even closer south of the capital city of Antananarivo(TNR). There's s'poseta be a webcam operating there at Hotel Manoir Rouge, but it seems to be out of order.
The distance between TMM and TNR is ~134miles(216kilometres)

* Spin is clockwise, the opposite to that in the NorthernHemisphere


Yeah, that was the only working webcam I found. And with this storm, I don't really think it makes all that much difference which side hits the city.

Link

Currently 5.74 million are in the radius of hurricane force winds, and most of them aren't exactly living in anything that could be considered up to hurricane code.
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Quoting SPLbeater:


i would give it 135mph or 140mph. the eye isnt symetrical in that image :D

What? Yeah it is.
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616 Xyrus2000 "...webcam...at Andilana beach..."

Adrialana Beach is located on Nosy Be Island(NOS) off the northwest coast of Madagascar.

The center of Giovanna (red dot at latest reported position) is (JTWC)predicted to hit just south of Toamasina(TMM)...
(Fortunately for Madagascar's largest port, that's the weak*side of the storm.)
...then proceeds on a path that takes it even closer south of the capital city of Antananarivo(TNR). There's s'poseta be a webcam operating there at Hotel Manoir Rouge, but it seems to be out of order.
The distance between TMM and TNR is ~134miles(216kilometres)

* Spin is clockwise, the opposite to that in the NorthernHemisphere
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Quoting Grothar:
I think there may be an eye.


It looks like an eye...
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Hurricane Ophelia at 120 knot peak:



Cyclone Giovanna currently (120 knots supposedly):



As an estimate, Giovanna is around 150-155 mph right now.


i would give it 135mph or 140mph. the eye isnt symetrical in that image :D
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I was fooling around just now, and was wondering if anyone on here plays chess and knows their "real" rating, and can try this and see how it rates them.

Elo Rating Estimator

I did this in about 10 minutes total, maybe less, and got a rating of 1550.



According to a few searches online, I found that 1600 is considered the average among regular players i.e. chess club members.

Another site claims that it takes about 5 years of practicing 4 to 5 hours per day to get a 1600 rating.

That's 7300 to 9100 hours.

I doubt I've played anywhere near that much chess in my life combined, and almost none of it was against humans.

I have not played chess against a human opponent in 8 years, and only play against the computer from time to time.

I'm trying to figure out if this thing is over-estimating me or under-estimating me.

I searched online to find out some benchmarks for Windows Chess Titans and Winboard engines and there it was claimed that Chess Titans on the 6th difficulty beats an allegedly 2300 rated engine, but that was disputed.

I have never won a game against the Winboard engine! Lol, but it's super-human, like 3000 anyway.


So anyway, just wondering if there are any players on here who know their official rating, and can test this thing. I'm just wondering for some reason what my rating is.


It seems kind of silly that I would get a 1550 that easily if 1600 is supposedly a club average, and I hardly ever play.


If this is real, maybe I should find some people to play with or something.
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Enhanced Infrared (IR) Imagery (4 km Mercator)

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Giovanna is probably around 130 knots at this time. When that very intense area of convection in the northern semicircle of the storm wraps all the way around the eye, then we'll know we have a Category 5 cyclone on our hands.

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I think there may be an eye.


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Quoting nrtiwlnvragn:


May only want to consider JTWC and the GFDN, the others are global models that don't have the resolution for accurate intensity, the COAMPS does but it's track seems unrealistic.


Actually edited my post to remove the cat 4 statement after reading hydrus's post. Seems like it's having a couple issue for now, but I still think it will intensify more than predicted.
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You all are going to like this one.

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Madagascar's Elevation Map. Areas in yellow are 1500 meters above sea level.



Current forecast takes the center of the storm just to the south of Antananarivo, which is also around 2000 meters in elevation. There is going to be a lot of problems with this system I fear. I hope people there are taking necessary precautions. Those strongest core of winds are going to be those 100m above the surface and greater. With those elevations we are going to see some impressive wind gust far inland I'm afraid. Then there's the flooding and mudslides....

We need another eye wall replacement cycle to occur again before landfall to trip this storm up a bit. It is looking scary with -80 C tops wrapping fulling developed CDO is not a good sign.
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Quoting Xyrus2000:


The "average" track looks good, but I disagree with the forecast intensity. I'm probably missing something, but there doesn't appear to be anything that could impede intensification. I think this will hit at least as a cat 4.


May only want to consider JTWC and the GFDN, the others are global models that don't have the resolution for accurate intensity, the COAMPS does but it's track seems unrealistic.
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Comrade, I'll Trade you Boardwalk for Health Insurance...
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Quoting nrtiwlnvragn:




Tracks from 00Z (latest all are updated)







The "average" track looks good, but I disagree with the forecast intensity. I'm probably missing something, but there doesn't appear to be anything that could impede intensification.
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remarks:
121500z position near 17.7s 56.0e.
Tropical cyclone (tc) 12s (giovanna), located approximately 200 nm
north-northeast of La Reunion, had tracked westward at 10
knots over the past six hours. Animated multispectral satellite
imagery shows that tc 12s is struggling to maintain a cloud-free
eye. A 121108z AMSU-b image indicates an approximately 35 nm wide
eye. Comparison of this AMSU-b image to AMSU-b images in the past 6-
12 hours reveals a weakening in the deep central convection
surrounding the low-level circulation center (LLCC). The current
position is based on agreeable pgtw, knes, fmee, and fimp center
fixes along with the AMSU-b image with high confidence. The current
intensity is based on Dvorak estimates of 90-102 knots from these
reporting agencies. Upper-level analysis continues to show a self-
induced meso-anticyclone over the LLCC which is producing excellent
divergence aloft and weak vertical wind shear (vws). Animated water
vapor imagery also continues to show excellent radial outflow. Tc
giovanna's track speed had accelerated over the past six hours as a
deep-layered subtropical ridge (str) builds in from the south. The
system will track westwards along the northern periphery of this str
during the next two days. During this time tc 12s should slightly
intensify as it makes landfall over central Madagascar just after
tau 36. During tau 48 the LLCC will weaken significantly due to the
frictional forces of topographic interaction. By tau 72 the system
should emerge over the warm waters of the Mozambique Channel and
track southwestwards along the western periphery of the str. By tau
96, the LLCC may head towards a slight col region in between the str
to the east and a building ridge over southern Africa. By tau 120
the new steering influence of the str over southern Africa may
deflect tc 12s on a more west-northwestwards track into southern
Mozambique where the system will begin to dissipate overland. During
its transit over the Mozambique Channel the system should only
slightly re-intensify due to the unfavorable influences of vws and
limited time over water. Numerical model guidance is in tight
agreement until the LLCC tracks over Madagascar and emerges over The
Channel and is split into two main groupings. The ECMWF, NOGAPS, and
GFS lie right of consensus and the GFDN and EGRR lie to the left.
This forecast favors the first grouping to the right of consensus
based on more members and past model performance. Maximum
significant wave height at 121200z is 26 feet. Next warnings at
130300z and 131500z.//
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Quoting Jedkins01:
We had the coldest night of the entire winter here in Pinellas County, a low of 33 and a wind chill of 22. I went camping with my friends in the back yard just for the fun of it, was brutally thrilling, getting out of bed was hard lol.

I'm thinking we'll break the freezing mark tonight!

Where in Pinellas are you located? I was really surprised that we got as cold as we did last night, because after the sun went down last night, the temperature really took its time dropping.
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Quoting hydrus:
I am hoping this storm will undergo an eyewall replacement cycle as it moves onshore, otherwise there may well be a terrible disaster.


yes
yes it will be
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Tracks from 00Z (latest all are updated)





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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Hurricane Ophelia at 120 knot peak:



Cyclone Giovanna currently (120 knots supposedly):



As an estimate, Giovanna is around 150-155 mph right now.


Once she fills in the little weak spot tin the Northeast quadrant of the eyewall then BOOM will commence.
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Quoting PlazaRed:
Interesting the king only lived to be 23, I don't think his attire would be suitable to combat a strong wind.

The capital is also called,Tana, we can imagine that planing and building regulations might be a trifle lacking, here's a line from a link I found:-

" Tana is somewhat typical of many cities in a developing country: lots of poverty, pollution, and crumbling infrastructure interspersed with modern cafes, restaurants and shops selling western goods."

The guys are going to need a lot of prayers!



I am hoping this storm will undergo an eyewall replacement cycle as it moves onshore, otherwise there may well be a terrible disaster.
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Quoting Xyrus2000:


Right now, it seems the landfall will occur at or near Toamasina, which looks to be both populated and a major port. From Google Earth there are also a lot of poorer areas. That will not end well.


Here's the best I can find on it.
Uses a different name from Toamasina, but its the same place:-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toamasina

Looks flat and vulnerable.
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Hurricane Ophelia at 120 knot peak:



Cyclone Giovanna currently (120 knots supposedly):



As an estimate, Giovanna is around 150-155 mph right now.
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Quoting Grothar:


It's good that they invented loin cloths by that time.
Yes indeed.
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Quoting PlazaRed:
Interesting the king only lived to be 23, I don't think his attire would be suitable to combat a strong wind.

The capital is also called,Tana, we can imagine that planing and building regulations might be a trifle lacking, here's a line from a link I found:-

" Tana is somewhat typical of many cities in a developing country: lots of poverty, pollution, and crumbling infrastructure interspersed with modern cafes, restaurants and shops selling western goods."

The guys are going to need a lot of prayers!





Right now, it seems the landfall will occur at or near Toamasina, which looks to be both populated and a major port. From Google Earth there are also a lot of poorer areas. That will not end well.
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Quoting Jedkins01:


Your user name is RTSplayer yet you use only a few megs out of that massive 500 GB drive? I find that very very hard to believe, lol.


Starcraft 2 and Crysis are the only two modern games I have installed on my computer right now.

Well, ok so it's more than a few megs, but that's just the game file anyway.

I do keep some replays both of wins and losses.

I'm not like a lot of people. I don't keep endless archives of music or videos.

I have a cousin who uses up multiple HDs on computers. You can only watch so many music and videos, and only have a decent knowledge of so much in software, so I can't imagine why any one person really needs all this stuff anyway, after some reasonable limits.
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Interesting the king only lived to be 23, I don't think his attire would be suitable to combat a strong wind.

The capital is also called,Tana, we can imagine that planing and building regulations might be a trifle lacking, here's a line from a link I found:-

" Tana is somewhat typical of many cities in a developing country: lots of poverty, pollution, and crumbling infrastructure interspersed with modern cafes, restaurants and shops selling western goods."

The guys are going to need a lot of prayers!



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Quoting yqt1001:


March 2011 - Bingiza

Not as strong or as huge, but an ITC nonetheless.





Thanks yqt. Only a year ago, huh? See what happens when you get old.
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SH122012 - Tropical Cyclone (>=96 kt) GIOVANNA


Enhanced Infrared (IR) Imagery (4 km Mercator)/LOOP

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Quoting RTSplayer:


I'm silly anyway, all I have to do is save the thing to my HD, but I rarely do that, so I sort of...forget...


I have no clue why I have a 500GB HD, because I never use more than a few megabytes of it...sad...


Your user name is RTSplayer yet you use only a few megs out of that massive 500 GB drive? I find that very very hard to believe, lol.
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Quoting Grothar:


You could be very close. I don't remember the last time they were hit by a storm of this size. However, I am sure one of the younger bloggers will have the information for us in no time. Come on Jedkins and TropicalAnalyst, or Cyber do your stuff!


March 2011 - Bingiza

Not as strong or as huge, but an ITC nonetheless.



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