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MyUrbanReport**** travels to Florida to cover a tropical storm. Road Trip.
19 Aug 2008
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MyUrbanReport**** reports from Bonita Springs Florida on Tropical Storm Fay.
19 Aug 2008
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*******CoastGuardNews**** JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A Coast Guard boat crew returns from Downtown Jacksonville in Tropical Storm Fay Aug. 22, 2008. Coast Guard video by PAC Donnie Brzuska, PADET Jacksonville, Fla.
23 Aug 2008
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This is some of the flooding that was caused by tropical storm fay at our Tallahassee, Fl home.
25 Jan 2010
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Reforming Tropical Storm Fay: Part 2 --- "What was Fay really about?" ---- - What was Fay really about? --- - Why didn't main stream media tell the truth concerning the storm? --- -- - For the most part, we believe that our research helped to reduce most of the destruction of the possible HARRP controlled storm they called Fay. --- The SR1, deplicted in this rare video is nothing but metal pipes and wood, but the pipes are partially filled with orgone matrix material (the same used in constructing my orgone devices) --- Positive orgone energy helps to balance negative orgone energy. --- Many other names for orgone, like "chi or "Life Force Energy". --- In order to understand more feel free to research Don Croft and orgone energy, or "cloud buster "(CB for short) technology ---- Like all my other research video's placed on the internet, I only ask you for awareness of them all. The rest is up to you. --- Also, be advised that such video's, like this one. maybe removed in the near future by those few in power because they have technology like this (only more advanced), but they do not desire your awareness of any possible proof of it.
17 Sep 2008
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A video taken after tropical storm Fay passed near the miami area.
16 Sep 2008
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The tropics are becoming more active as expected. It looks like we will have Tropical Storm Colin on our hands very soon. We have too areas that we are watching, and either one is fair game. We could be dealing with two systems at one time next week, and the second system would be called Danielle. Go to firsthandweather**** to stay updated.
31 Jul 2010
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We are still watching TD 4 , but I expect it to be Tropical Storm Colin in less than 12 hours. That's why I went ahead and put Tropical Storm Colin in the title. Most of the forecast models right now take this system in a west northwestward direction and then making a sharp turn northward. That track would bring this system some pretty strong wind shear and would keep it at tropical storm status. I think there is a chance that this storm could take a more southern track and strengthen more regardless of what the forecast models are saying. A more southern track would aim this system right at the US coast. At this point, I don't expect this system to go into the Gulf of Mexico. I think this system has a 30% chance of becoming a hurricane, but that will either go up or down as this system develops more. It is too far out to know anything for sure so that is why you need to stay updated by going to firsthandweather****. Also check out our new hurricane center by going to firsthandweather****/hurricane-center
3 Aug 2010
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We're still watching what used to be Colin and also some other features in the Atlantic. Colin has basically been destroyed by wind shear, and the wind shear is going to continue to be strong for the next couple of days. I expect this storm to continue on a more southern track, and I expect this storm to get in more favorable conditions for development. It is too soon to tell what this storm will do exactly so I give this storm a 25% chance of regaining tropical storm status and possibly later becoming a hurricane. To track the tropics yourself, go to firsthandweather**** and go to the Hurricane Center page.
4 Aug 2010
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In English, it is Hito, in Chinese, i is heavenly dove. Typhoon is strong tropical storm that develops in the western part of the North Pacific Ocean. This region is referred to as the Northwestern Pacific Basin, and is the most active tropical storm basin on Earth, accounting for almost one-third of the world's annual tropical storms. A typhoon differs from a cyclone or hurricane only on the basis of location. A hurricane is a storm that occurs in the Atlantic Ocean and northeastern Pacific Ocean, a typhoon occurs in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, and a cyclone occurs in the south Pacific or Indian Ocean. Typhoon may form throughout the whole year within the northwestern Pacific, where the most numerous and intense tropical storms occur on earth. Typhoons move from the east or southeast to the west or northwest, Some of the deadliest typhoons in history have struck China. Southern China has the longest record of typhoon impacts. Today, August 23, 2017, in the afternoon, Typhoon Hato strike Pearl River Delta, including Ganton the city in which where I compose and publish this video program. Before Hato's strike, I don't know the typhoon will come today, in the past 3 to 4 days, just like most local people, I have strong feeling of swelter and stuffiness. From yesterday evening, wind begins blowing and rain begins dropping. Today, about one o'clock in the afternoon, I find the wind blows at a rarely harsh scale with heavy rainfall. Then, in the evening, I check out the news, knowing that Pearl River Delta is heavily struck by Typhoon Hato, accidents occur and people die or disappear in many places. Here I grieve over those suffered from Hato, and hope all can learn more from the disaster and live safely. This is RML, on the evening of August 23, 2017, with the wind howls outside windows. Humankind Science is held by Royal Mentor Lee.
24 Aug 2017
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Deadly Tropical Storm Pabuk strikes famous Thai beaches, forces evacuations
5 Jan 2019
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Resorts Evacuated, Flights Canceled As Thailand Hit By First Tropical Storm In Decades -
5 Jan 2019
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