[Swiftwater Gazette] Category 6 Hurricane

Rik Sandberg sanderico1 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 08:38:25 EDT 2016


Honest to God, isn't everybody tired of their models yet? I wonder how many
numbers they had to make up to get this result.

Is this going to be like the record amount of hurricanes we were supposed
to have in the last 10 years because of their precious gorbal warming?

On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 6:13 AM, Ed kroposki <kroposki at att.net> wrote:

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> https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/category-6-
> hurricane-saffir-simpson-wind-scale
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> Read about possible category 6 hurricane in Tampa Florida.
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> The scientists ran hurricane models within six different global
> climate models, and the results were mind-boggling.
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> The results showed that three vulnerable areas of the world are
> at risk for a "high-end" Category 5 tropical cyclone by the end of
> the 21st century due to the Earth's changing climate: Tampa, Florida;
> Cairns, Australia; and the Persian Gulf.
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> These potential Category 6 hurricanes may be up to 14 times more
> likely by 2100, according to the study.
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> *The worst-case potential future hurricane put out by the climate models *
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> *for the Tampa Bay area is unlike anything ever seen – maximum sustained *
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> *winds of 233 mph with a minimum central pressure of 830 millibars, *
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> *traveling parallel along Florida's Gulf Coast, producing a devastating *
> *36-foot storm surge.*
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