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Fresh update on "hurricane" discussed on Reveal
"That that caused people to make the track as the president has described from here, root causes like violence and poverty. Plus, Ah, pandemic and two hurricanes this past year today on reveal we traveled to Guatemala to revisit a story We originally aired in September to try and understand what leads Guatemalans to risk everything to come to the U. S Way begin. Remote Mountain village. It's recess outside a tiny five room schoolhouse on this late summer day. Back in 2018, Children play in the dirt and grass outside the blue stucco building. Some are dressed in sweatshirts, Others wearing indigenous.
2021 Hurricane Season: 17 Named Storms Predicted This Year
"Researchers predicting an above average Atlantic hurricane season before college team of experts predicting 17 named storms. Hurricane season starts June 1st
Nedeljkovic excels as Hurricanes blank Panthers 3-0
"Alex no del coverage made twenty four saves for his third career shutout as the hurricanes down the Panthers three nothing the delta they just shut outs have come in his last twelve starts it's a tragic scored another goal against his former team two days after collecting a goal and an assist versus Florida Sebastian aho and martini chess also scored for Carolina which swept the two game set for the Panthers Chris trigger made nineteen saves for the Panthers who were shut out for the third time this season Carolina now leads the central division by one point over Florida and Tampa Bay I'm Dave Ferrie
2021 Hurricane season: 17 named storms predicted this year
"Forecasters say hurricane season which starts June 1st this year is likely to be busier than usual. NPR's Greg Allen reports. Researchers at Colorado State University are projecting 17 named storms and eight hurricanes. The seasonal outlook, released by Colorado State University says there may be four major hurricanes with the nearly 70% chance One of them will make landfall in the U. S. Researchers say a major factor they don't expect an El Nino this year. That's a climate pattern in the Pacific that typically makes it harder for hurricanes to form in the Atlantic. Half a world away and in the Atlantic water temperatures are expected to be warmer than usual in the areas were hurricanes typically form If that forecast holds up, it would be the sixth year running with above average hurricane activity last year broke all records with 30 named storms and six
Haitians in Tijuana Seek to Enter U.S.
"Life at sea, with everyone everywhere when it comes to the migrant crisis at the border. Ah lot of attention has been focused on Central Americans, but people from other parts of the world have come to Mexican border cities like Tijuana. Seeking to try to cross to the U. S. For asylum That includes people from Haiti from San Diego. Here's KPBS reporter Max Rivlin. Nadler, a community of Haitian migrants has been into Quanah for nearly a decade, fleeing a devastating earthquake, hurricanes, financial collapse and now deep political instability and violence as an unpopular president. Tries to hold on to power in Porta Prince. Many Haitians are stuck in Tijuana, fearful that by crossing the border, they'll be sent right back to Haiti. But unable to make a life for themselves in Mexico. When a migrant camp was established in February at the El Chapo to our port of entry in Tijuana, hundreds of Haitians set up tents, hoping that they would soon be allowed to declare asylum in the U. S. You're the only Ito was one of them. He'd been living in Tijuana for a year. I'm looking at here, Dia. She's having said that hideous his country that he loves it, but it wasn't possible to stay there. There are too many criminals with nothing to do, you know, had spent five years working in Chile. The discrimination there was intense. He was trying to get into the United States, even though he feared possibly being returned to Haiti. Good thing will be a little capital alive, he said. If they deport him, he wouldn't live in heating. He doesn't have anything there. He wouldn't have the money to leave, though. He's afraid. If you
Staal scores twice, Hurricanes rally past Panthers 5-2
"This is a tragic scored a power play goal against his former team and also had an assist as the hurricanes down the Panthers five to Jordan Staal scored twice including the tiebreaking tally with eleven await remaining after the canes carried it to one deficit into the third period our line wasn't great in the first two so we're getting out played in now just calm man to try to push it away and and come out with a strong third period and see what happens just for fast had a late goal and Sebastian are who had three assists to help Carolina pull within one point of the cats for first place in the central division Alexander Barkov scored both goals for the Panthers who ended a six game winning streak and fell to eighteen one in one when leading after two periods I'm the ferry
Dallas Stars Coach Rick Bowness Leaves Game Due To COVID-19 Protocols
"The story last night half of the Stars game stars lose. To the Carolina Hurricanes. One Nothing with the story of this one. During the second intermission of the Stars one Nothing lost. The Stars coach Rick Bonus was pulled from the game placed into the cove in 19 protocol because they received a positive test result. Assistant coach John Stevens assumed the head coaching duties for the third period. The general manager Jim Neal, said the bonus was vaccinated in January. Whether they hope that his result is a false positive. Kind of like with Rick Carlisle went through the man. Yeah, they said the team was consult. They consulted with the league about playing the third period, but because of his status It's fully vaccinated and the very low grade of test result. The game continued. Makes you think that they think it might be it. Of all spots. Yeah, I hope it
Barkov, Driedger lead Panthers to 3-0 win over Blue Jackets
"Chris Chris trigger trigger posted posted his his third third career career shutout shutout and and the the Panthers Panthers picked picked up up their their sixth sixth straight straight win win by by downing downing the the blue blue jackets jackets three three nothing nothing you you know know what what I I think think it it wasn't wasn't as as much much he he is is a a team team effort effort we we were were incredible incredible that's that's what what we we call call first first you you could could really really lock lock things things down down I I don't don't really really see see a a whole whole lot lot older older file file bush bush Alexander Alexander Barkov Barkov had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist to to back back readers readers thirty thirty Tuesday Tuesday performance performance frankly frankly trying trying to to Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling also also scored scored and and mackenzie mackenzie weaker weaker had had two two assists assists for for Florida Florida Joonas Joonas Korpisalo Korpisalo also also had had thirty thirty two two saves saves for for Columbus Columbus the the outcome outcome puts puts the the Panthers Panthers atop atop the the central central division division by by one one point point over over the the hurricanes hurricanes with with the the lightning lightning two two points points back back on on the the ferry ferry
Chicago Blackhawks lose to Carolina Hurricanes 4-3
"Of entertaining game in the end the Blackhawks good on them for fighting back, But just a couple of bad breaks, actually on three of the goals that got past Kevin Lincoln and tonight when you think about it, the 2nd 3rd and 4th Just all of them involving some some bouncing pox or deflections or whatnot, or in the case of the final goal, Troy, where he makes the initial stop after it redirects off of his teammate. But then it was a race between Pfosten and Duncan Key to get to that rebound. Fast was the one who got it. Got it past Lincoln. Yeah, This is a tough one. Just especially the way it was. It wasn't a good start. They were getting outplayed, and you just kind of wondered how big the damage would be. But Lincoln and was great. Um, it just couldn't make that last save. And, well, he actually did make the last save on that was a good one, because that needed longer legs and arms to scoop up the river, But he just He was not a position because of the shot that went off the stick. And then the chest of Calvin Don made a great save there but wasn't in a position to try and Get into, you know, into the middle of the Net. T o Deter the shot from Pfosten Duncan. Keith He he wasn't expecting to react to that as well. So that was just a real tough break, and Carolina made their own breaks in this one. But I love the way the Blackhawks battled in this game. They battled hard to come back in it. They're down to nothing. They gave up that lead a game. Strong tied it up. They had some really good opportunities. They were forcing the Carolina Hurricanes to defend and that's what they wanted to do. Finally, I think that they understood how they needed to play in that the sense of urgency that came into the into This game for the Blackhawks. They could use that to their advantage going into the weekend game against the national predators who are going to play a high pressure game like this, but heartbreaker for for the Blackhawks to battle their way back into this one against a really good team and not get a point and
Bridging the communication gap with Gina LaBorde
"Welcome back to another episode of the wasn media podcast. My name is jr. I am the ceo of this awesome company. And i'm here today. excited to talk with jean laborde. Gina thank you for being on the show today. Jr thank you and we have a former guest of the show. Daisy daisy shoe To thank for connecting us together. So thank you dr xu thank you daisy For bringing us together. Thank you days so gina for our audience. That doesn't know you We want to with all of our guests. We like to ask our audience To tell a little bit of the story. Because i was immediately we believe in the power of storytelling. Everyone has a great story to tell. And i'm sure you have a great story to tell and also about your organization which will get back We'll get to a little bit later. But i can. We hear a little bit about your story. Sure i'm jean laborde. And i'm originally from louisiana where i happened to be right now and i have a background in design. Did some teaching of design and also worked for lsu medical school where did all the graphics for the whole university in Done some different marketing. Things did a. I worked for a marketing company. That promoted coca cola music festivals things like that grassroots marketing And then lsu moved to the department of biochemistry and former where. I helped develop in photoshop for scientists empowered winter side powerpoint scientists class. Then we had a little hurricane katrina than i was the director in baton rouge Exile baton rouge for low law for two publications two to five magazine which is a lifestyle magazine in the batteries business report so i was in new orleans. I did some work for spotify doing being campus ambassador and influence and also for a restaurant group. That susan spikes earned. We did some social media for food. And she's actually been character. Those based on the hbo series tra may she's the main shaft was based on
Blue Jackets beat Lightning 3-1, snap 4-game winless skid
"The lightning have their first three game pointless streak of the season following a three one loss to the blue jackets David Savard scored his first goal in two years to help Columbus snapped a four game winless streak good you know it's been a little while but it is it is it was is a big all the time so it was always fun but it's a big win for us that's all matters Oliver Bjorkstrand and cam Atkinson also scored for the jackets to support Elvis Murs weakens who stopped thirty seven shots Matthew justice scored the lone goal for Tampa Bay Curtis McElhinney stopped eighteen shots the loss drops a lighting into a first place tie with the Panthers in the central division one point ahead of the hurricanes I'm Dave Ferrie
Verhaeghe paces Panthers over Red Wings, 4-1
"Carver he scored twice and Brett Connolly netted his one hundredth NHL goal as the Panthers dump the red wings for one Jennifer Hooper also talented Sergei Bobrovsky made thirty five saves in Florida's third win in a row who were those goal came just seventeen seconds into the game for Haiti in Connolly scored fifty eight seconds apart making it three nothing the Panthers moved into a first place tie with the lightning at fifty points one ahead of the hurricanes I'm Dave Ferrie
Necas scores twice as Hurricanes top Lightning 4-3
"Martine H. as captains for poor performance by scoring with three fifty three remaining giving the hurricanes a four three win over the lightning NHS finished with two goals and two assists as Carolina pulled within one point of Tampa Bay for the central division lead on the first TV show you know you have more confidence a little more more even more time on the ice and I don't know I just feel so good Dougie Hamilton set up the game winner to extend his team record point streak for defenseman to fourteen games the ball toward to nothing until Cedric Paquette and Sebastian aho tallied in the sixty two second span early in the second Andrei vasilevskiy stopped thirty six shots for the lightning who have dropped two straight for the first time in a month I'm Dave Ferrie
Howard Schnellenberger, 87, Miami, Louisville coach, dies
"Miami football coach Howard Schnellenberger has died. He led the Hurricanes to their first national championship in 1983 and later coast Florida Atlantic University. When it began its football program. He was 87. A poll
Winter storm death toll in Texas now more than 100
"From Texas word the death toll from last month's winter storm and blackouts has almost doubled Here's correspondent Ed Donahue earlier this month, The state put the initial number of deaths at 57 warning it could go higher. The Texas Department of State Health Services now, says 111 people died. Majority of them from hypothermia, The number could continue to rise. Many homes went without power or drinkable water for days after sub freezing temperatures, failing power plants and record demand for heat pushed the electric grid in Texas to the breaking point. More than four million customers lost power. The number of dead from the storm exceeded 2017 Hurricane Harvey. Which killed 68 people in
Texas death toll from February storm, outages surpasses 100
"The death toll from last month's winter storm and blackouts in Texas has almost doubled earlier this month the state put the initial number of deaths at fifty seven warning it could go higher the Texas department of state health services now says one hundred eleven people died a majority of them from hypothermia the number could continue to rise many homes went without power or drinkable water for days after sub freezing temperatures failing power plants and record demand for heat pushed the electric grid in Texas to the breaking point more than four million customers lost power the number of dead from the storm exceeded twenty seventeens hurricane Harvey which killed sixty eight people in Texas I'm at Donahue
Pittsburgh Houseplant Merchant Blossoms During Pandemic
"Now. This is a really cool story today. Two weeks ago we focused this episode this segment around a guy known as plant influence sir. The plant influence up toronto. And naturally we try to space topics out of bit When i was looking at all the notes for upcoming throwback thursday segments. I saw that this one was about plants i was like. Oh that's cool but let's let's push the plants back just so we're not like all plants all the time. But when i listened to the interview with abby some parts of which you'll hear in a moment. I realized she had a really good story that i just didn't want to wait for you to here. So this is the month plants. Apparently and after years of being part time abby opened her shop in january twenty twenty she opened a retail shop in pittsburgh and naturally was quite worried. Because you may recall. January twenty twenty was the last normal month of life for most of us especially anyone who is a public facing kind of business like a new retail shop but in her case she really ended up turning things around so she's got a great update along with some helpful lessons. You always hear this thing about you. Know find your niche and chief and mentioned sat in her by. She's like yeah. You always hear this thing but it's so important in a crowded space and she actually was able to find a good one so it's always good to look and say okay. Not just find your niche. But how does one do that. What are specific examples of people that have done that because that will perhaps allow somebody else to think. Okay what is what is my thing. Not just my broad area. But what is my specific plant expertise. Am i going to be the plant. Influence her going to be abby from pittsburgh or am i going to be myself. You know the best answer is probably to be yourself. But how can you make that marketable anyway enough about me. I learned a lot from abbey's interview. So let's hear some highlights from her. And i'll be back at the end to wrap it up. My name. is abby calcio knee from pittsburgh pennsylvania and i own jericho plant co which was previously featured in episode eighty three. I started back in twenty eighteen. I was working a full time corporate job in the supply chain in finance world and just wanted to do something in my free time on my own with something that i love which was plants. So i started in online houseplant shop. You can hear more about in that previous episode. And i did that for about a year and then in two thousand nineteen. Whenever we recorded that last episode i was just branching out into doing local pop up shops around town and finally getting my hands. what in selling in person instead of just online and having my husband come and help me because i needed extra help because they were doing so well Yeah it was. Just you know. A pretty stereotypical side-hustle just kind of finding time wherever you can find it so once. The lockdown happened in pennsylvania It was also very uncertain. And we no one really knew what to do however my space and the warehouse i open in pennsylvania technically allowed to stay open. Because i'm an ecommerce company. So i was actually set up pretty well for covid and the lockdown was already set up to ship customers their orders. And that's exactly what i did so honestly i don't know if i would have grown as much as i had twenty twenty. My first technical big year in business had it not been for people really wanting to have plants in their home so that they were all stuck at home and finding my business especially here locally. I was shocked at the amount of people who are willing to pay for shipping. And i was sending it to miles away because they could leave their homes. So i all my inventory was already on the website. I've still have that same shop. Affi- store that i had for the last two years so i was really set up for success. Actually which was incredible and then just sort of went with the flow for the rest of the year. Like i'm sure every other business owner has has done and i continued pop up shops where possible and doing sidewalk shops. So that was also a great way for me to advertise and shop. Affi- put in place a curbside pickup option into their interface. So from may onwards. That's how i've made most of my money as people buying online and picking up on my warehouse here in pittsburgh and i still ship across the country and that's still a great avenue for for revenue for me. I was fortunate enough to hit one hundred k. And revenue by november of twenty twenty which. I didn't expect to happen at all. I was very happy with that. It was sort of a struggle of mine. What's i kind of got to see. How the hub. Year risk going in terms of hitting six figures in nine months in a business essentially started the pandemic i. I'm pretty happy with the growth. That i've had and continue to see going into twenty twenty one one of the biggest challenges that actually any house plant or plants seller in general husband. Basing is a plant shortage across the entire country This is both in seeds and outdoor plants. I think demand is skyrocketed this year. Which i've obviously benefited from. However that's led to incredible shortages at the growers in florida and on top of that they are also dealing with the repercussions from fad hurricanes in the past five or ten years because the plant supply chain. It takes so long if you go to a store and buy a five foot tall tree just think of how many years it took for that plant ticket that large and if a thrower gets its inventory wiped out or damage that can be years of sales that are taken away from them. So my advice to you in. If you're looking to get into any sort of plant business would be to find your niche differentiate. Yourself and i know that is sometimes just something you hear about and you know marketing class or whatever but in a saturated market like online plant. Sales are or you know. Even locally you're competing with other plants stores florists and garden centers and lowe's and home depot You really have to differentiate yourself so. I focused my entire websites on helping beginners. Find their plants. Just sort of like a questionnaire like form type of thing you can go through my website and then everything is kept nice and simple on the product pages to really just get people started with house plants one of the biggest surprises and benefits. I am getting out of starting my own business is so i do the retail side and the wholesale side and retail to make people happy every single day by giving them plants which is so much fun and talking to everybody is so much fun but what i didn't know i would enjoy so much is talking to my wholesale clients and getting to know other people who are running businesses. Because they're in it with me. They no one else knows unless they're nba arena there few fighting the same fight. You are like the struggles. Of how am i gonna pay rent this month. All right my heating bill was really high. What can i do to reduce that. And and how. Am i going to get inventory and a consistent schedule talking about those problems and helping other business owners and learning from other business owners spend such a wonderful benefit of. It's sort of like your own little. Nba i feel like without having to pay all the money for an mba.
La Brega: The End Of The Promises
"I've noticed that outside of puerto rico. Many people seem uncomfortable calling the island. A us colony in the you'll hear the word territory or commonwealth protectorate. Even and that used to be the case in puerto rico to but not anymore. I'm mortal in puerto rico. More on who. Bill apple repartee emma on puerto rico s loonier needles colonia colonia people would twist themselves into pretzels to avoid the seaward. And there's a reason. For that put a ricans. Were promised that they were not a colony. This is yeti baena yeti mad as a political anthropologist. She writes about places like what the rico guadeloupe and carousel which are not independent states. She has a column in the puerto rican newspaper in livonia and she's also written for outlets like the washington post and the nation lately. She's been tracing the evolution of how puerto ricans think about our relationship to the us and how that has been transformed by the many challenges of the last decade a debt crisis hurricanes earthquakes and now a global pandemic. What's crazy is that being a puerto rican is now requires you to be like a disaster allah gist and i guess now also an epidemiologist and an economist and historian all this crisis has led to a reckoning in puerto rico that promise that yeti meta mentioned about not being a colony it's pretty much been broken
US weather model gets major tech upgrade to better forecast extreme events
"The National Weather Service is its turbocharged. It's forecast technology. Better predict extreme weather events. The upgrade was put into effect Monday. It's been tested for two years. They say it's improving forecasts of heavy rain or snow fall by 15% 5 days out and better pinpoints hurricane and tropical storm formation as much as a week earlier. Forecasters also say this new model does not predict more rain or snow than actually falls, something that previous forecasting modeling had a
"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Are currently the director of tropical urology. What is the group. Call that you're -ffiliated with their issue. So the urology project is on basically seasonal hurricane forecast. I'm leadoff ron forecasts so referred to make sure people because i think some people are familiar with with that because that's on your website and so outstanding website by the way. Make sure you are familiar with and following that As we mentioned in the intro fills one of the best follows in twitter for weather and climate information particularly around hurricane season all throughout the year as well and this all was born out of your collaboration. Interactions the dr gray over the years The seasonal forecasts have become a staple in atlantic hurricane season. Give our listeners. A little peek into what goes into them. Yeah and so by why. Seasonal hurricane forecast even got started in so doctor. Doctor go gray was he was. He wasn't a really good side so he's best known to the season hurricane predictions but probably i guess if i was his most kind of fundamental research was even talk site on genesis like. Why did for you publish the paper. Nine hundred and sixty eight. Which if you look at his paper just the amount of time and effort like now all these databases are alive. You can discriminate plot. It's trivial but in syria. These stores like when he plotted basically he figured out. What are the ingredients. why do storms. Why storm form where they do. Why aren't why don't we get hurricanes. Sixty degrees north. Why don't we hurricanes. Generally in the south atlantic ocean things like that and so he put together the genesis parameter which are basically six fundamental rian tropical cyclone formation. And that for that parameter was put together nine hundred sixty eight and it still. It's been tweaked a little bit. But it's still pretty much almost in its original form. Fifty plus years later and it goes into climate models goes in all sorts of different things. So this this fundamental research geneva or fifty years ago is still being used a seasonal hurricane prediction. Dr gray was teaching Y'all class was nine hundred. Eighty two and he was only pedia basically. He was competed before. We're competing axis and so years route to fourteen season years. Where years and so he thought himself. You know hey. These seem to match. Obviously we haven't new year. The atlantic hurricane seasons tend to be quieter and at the same time. A gentleman never metals don ross strata. Who's doing similar house for australian region. And so they actually happen to need discussed this on. It's interesting because nie-nieto knocks down hurricanes near not hurricanes in the atlantic and nacion hurricanes cyclones the australian everywhere else increases number. But they happen to be working with two areas where we know reduce your current and so it was lovable. You always loved prediction and forecasting whether it was her being sporting events election results. All this stuff prediction so he thought louis be say something before. The hurricane season starts as to how accurate is going to be. We don't bergomi forecast you can. I ju- i. We generally know whether it's going to be me. No are anaemia therefore for prediction. And so he is that some other parameters in the early nineteen eighties and it was really really hard to.
"hurricane" Discussed on The Heart
"Woke up the next day. Tuesday to all the destruction of the city. My apartment my neighborhood totally unscathed. It was like nothing had even happened. Then he left after four days together. I was relieved the way you are. When you haven't had a moment to yourself in days. But i was also sad. I missed him. There's this kind of short round hurricane shaped hole in my heart. And i was eagerly.
"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"You see that time and time again which with these hurricanes for which we have surprisingly good records even going back to the sixteen hundreds in late fifteen hundred that these massive storms could just abandoned a local communities life literally overnight and they had very little warning that it was coming but even into the nineteen hundreds there are hurricanes that shift a course very rapidly and even when we had some Early detection like in the one thousand nine hundred eighty five labor day hurricane when the weather bureau was up and operating in asbury well training meteorologist and had some limited ability to track hurricanes as a move moved across the atlantic and and towards the north american coast bad hurricane. Was it what happened. Towards the end of that there. A rapid intensification period and a shift in direction. So it wasn't until the very last minute almost literally that the weather bureau finally got the track right by that time Relief operations in evacuation efforts at already fail and about four hundred and fifty people died including many world. War one veterans but even today i mean one of the things that i get asked a lot when i give talks on this book is why can't we know exactly where a hurricane is going. Well in advance And that's because these are incredibly complex meteorological phenomenon the computer models that we use people like you used to try to forecast where hurricanes going have the Incredibly complex calculations millions of iterations and when dealing with the natural environment in your ability to map. What's actually happening out there. In real time you're inevitably not going to be one hundred percent correct until the exact onset of the hurricane. The the i'm moving over of the coastline so even today i think one of the things that frustrates people with all this hi-tech gadgetry that we have maybe gadgetry said that's the wrong term. You know satellites computer models historical records Ships at sea buoy es all sorts of stuff. Still there's some element of mystery when it comes to forecasting a hurricane and they still are able to provide surprises often very unpleasant surprises for those communities that suddenly find themselves in across areas and i have to add pleasant surprises for those communities. Who days out were a being targeted by the forecast. And basically they were. The ones are going to get craned and then. The forecast changes the hurricane moves fifty miles hundred miles to the west or east and suddenly out of the danger zone. So i think that's part of the reason why people get so fascinated by hurricane coverage. 'cause it's it's dramatic real life. Tv you can't imagine drama that comes from a hurricane slamming into the coast and people are riveted that kind of coverage and it's interesting. Yeah we herk the really challenging i will. I will say that. In recent decades are are tracked forecasting.
"hurricane" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
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"hurricane" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
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"hurricane" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
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"hurricane" Discussed on The MF'N Podcast
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"hurricane" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"All right so hurricane names are named after people now This wasn't always the case and added no this kind of cool, but for many hundreds of years. If you were in the West indies, you adhere hurricanes named after. The Catholic Saints Day on the day. That storm made landfall, so it would be like Hurricane San. Felipe a hit Puerto, Rico and on September thirteenth, Eighteen, seventy six, and another little fun. Fact is if another hurricane hits on that same day, which actually happened in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight on September thirteenth, they would name it the second, so that was hurricane. San Felipe as the second. During world. War Two is when. We started to give human names and they were all masculine names though. Followed that whole like Bravo Whiskey, tango thing. How does that I? Don't understand that. Well. It's like that. What do you mean it's like? It's those aren't names I don't understand it either from what I saw. From what I saw! We didn't really start to use names in the West Until I, think the fifties or the seventies. So, masculine names like Bravo, and tango is just A. They're calling that a masculine name I guess so because I think we started using human names in the fifties and then We started using Male and female names in the seventies I was I. Were There Ladies Right Yeah? And they say well, that's that's not cool the name that after A. Woman in every time you guys show like the weather model of forecast model. It's it's not a hurricane. It's a woman with rollers and your hair in a rolling pin yelling. Seem sexist. And everyone finally said you know you're right. That is sexist, so we're going to start to alternate between men's names and women's teams, and so at the beginning of every hurricane season the The what is the World Meteorological Association? Organization. Sorry, they release a list of all the names that the the Atlantic hurricane season could possibly have in each name starts with a different letter ABCD and so on. Can I list this year's yeah. You Got Arthur K. Bertha, Nice. Cristobal yeah. You Got Dali. You Got Eduard FA. And we should mention to that they news. You know names from Places all over the world now. which is great because hurricanes, effect places all over the world. So you have faith and you have guns. you have Hana. You have I don't even he pronounced. This I s a SAS is as. I S A. S I S. Sure as I say us, then you've got. Josephine nice name. You Got Kyle. You Got Laura got, Marco. You've got nanna sweet Nanna. You've got Omar Paulette, which I for some reason sounds funny to me. Yeah Hurricane Pauline. You've got rene. Sally, Teddy Vicki and finishing up, because they don't have wires e for some reason. Wilfred. Hurricane Wilford sounds tough or an ex. Humans predicted that hurricane. Nana's going to be a particularly bad one. She calls me grandma name. I think so yeah, and there's actually a long standing myth. That was supposedly found to be correct by some study a few years back that. Don't respect the. Female names of hurricanes. But yes, so there's this whole thirteen respect. There's okay I i. don't know what's wrong with me. I'm putting everything so terribly day but get this. There's this this this urban legend that. Hurricanes have women's names are the most destructive. People don't take them as seriously and they don't leave, so there's more people present to be killed. When a hurricane lands for a woman named hurricane than a man named hurricane, and for a long time for a long time, it was just this kind of old wives, tale or something, and then this this study found in like I. Think two thousand, fourteen or something like that that no this actually is true. Somebody sat down and crunched numbers, and then finally I think two years ago there like this study was terrible, and that's absolutely not true. If we looked at the numbers to, and that's just not the case. All right, let's get to now because that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. It is dumb, but it has like this weird kernel of truth to it. It's like a perfect urban legend. You know what I mean. Yeah, because it's it believable. Yeah, and WHO's going to sit down and prove it one way or another you know. Yeah, that's true. Wait hold on one more thing. Choke while we're on names there are different names elsewhere in the world. So the names you said those are for Atlantic hurricanes in Australia, they have their own set of names that they named cyclones, and then elsewhere in the world there's thirteen member nations that name typhoons, and some cyclones countries like Bangladesh India and Thailand. Each one submits thirteen names, and each list contains thirteen names from each one of those countries, so you have one hundred and sixty names to choose from every year so depending on where you are in the world, patterns going to have a much more localized name than than what you would expect. That's right, and if a hurricane is really destructive, they will retire that and. I'm using air quotes there because they really just put it down for ten years. I don't know why they don't just don't do it forever. Like there should never be another like an eleven years. Surely they won't have a Hurricane Katrina or an Andrew. Harvey right I don't know. Why would they so many names I? Don't know why. Bring any name back. I have no idea I think they're like. We have better things to do than come up with more stupid names. You know. Yeah I just I mean they obviously do that to avoid confusion, in wants. His storm is sort of this legendary storm like Katrina. there's just no reason to ever name another one that knows no I'm with you I agree If you don't believe in luck I, just think it's not a good idea. It does seem like ten years. A little short I could not see them doing another Katrina. You know no fish. No Way, so let's talk about climate change you want to. Yeah, well before we talk about climate change as quickly as far as the historical record goes, you know there's always been hurricanes, and this will kind of segway nicely into climate change, because things are getting worse, but they're always have been hurricanes even way back in the day. We didn't have great records, but. There are You can do research on like cave wall, drawings, and things like that seemed to indicate stuff like hurricanes, and I think those Lsu team that studied thousands of years of lake bed evidence, and they can tell that over I think like thirty four hundred years there have been about a dozen category for higher in that area most of which were in the past thousand years. It seems low, doesn't it? Yeah it does but I. Mean that's just for that. Area another one. There was a really big hurricane historically speaking when gingas Kahn was going to invade Japan. In twelve seventy four. The Mongols were invading. Japan there's a fleet that had something like one hundred or two hundred thousand people on board, and they were really going to invade Japan and a hurricane blew in and sunk the fleet, and the Japanese had a name for this incredible Miraculous Act of mercy by whatever God was watching over.
"hurricane" Discussed on Dog Tales
"Miss Morgan the FE was right where she always was by his side. Morgan Le Fay was named after sorceress. From legends of King Arthur and like her namesake. The one year old APRECU poodle was enchanting. She won her owners heart. The instant they met together they were tracking the progress of Hurricane Katrina. The category. Five hurricane was about to make landfall in their hometown New Orleans. But they didn't know couldn't know the three levies had already burst before William. All Morgan could blink. A torrent of floodwater slammed against front door trapping them inside filthy runoff poured through cracks until William and Miss Morgan left gasping for air only inches between them and the ceiling. There was no time to panic. William dove below the surface smashed through window and pedaled hard towards sunlight. Once he'd made it out he returned for Miss Morgan. He lifted her onto the safety of their roof grabbed onto a nearby tree branch and held on for dear life for fourteen hours. They whether the elephants together rain wind currents debris hope finally arrived in the form of the United States. God William was pulled onto a boat shivering starving and dehydrated as they began to drive away Williams. Stop Them Miss Morgan. The rescuers had forgotten Miss Morgan. We're not in the business. They told him William watched as miss. Morgan ran back and forth on the roof yelping but there was nothing to do. The to friends watched each other turn into a SPEC on the horizon and then disappear William later told a reporter had I known she couldn't have come with me. I would have stayed. This episode is dedicated to the volunteers who were in the business of dogs. Like Miss Morgan. During one of the worst storms the United States has ever seen.
"hurricane" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"Podcast specifically created for classrooms and families to learn music together episodes are targeted to three different grade levels kindergarten first grade second and third what's it looking saw that found means the winds are shifting rightly oh no excuse you oh sorry oh also it's time that's correct it is hot seat time when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer Sophie's questions Lisa who should we put on the the seat I you asking me I think Dennis Chicago I guess he is a hurricane hunter and my favorite TV show kerr came hunter house the TV show yeah it's about a hurricane who has to go catch deers that's I love Hurricane Hunter Dennis you did a great job thank you very much okay all right then so v what question do you have to start us off for Dennis Okay Dennis how and where do hurricanes form how and where did they form that's what she asked Dennis I know I'm not stolen it just it's unusual they form generally over water air starts to circulate in a certain degree a certain position now on the North Northern Hemisphere that hurricanes do an counter Awkward Position and in the Southern Hemisphere they do it in a clockwise position so they formed when cold air meets warm air and air starts to circulate when they get to a certain speed need to get categorized as hurricanes okay so there is when you said in the different hemispheres the hurricanes rotate different ways what is the force that causes that cold aren't you know you're talking to pilot not a scientist but I suppose it would be the gravitational spin of the earth but pretty much just fly into them why do you do that well have you tried not doing that my actually my beginning career in the Marine Corps one of the things we taught to avoid was flying into hurricanes Anytime you saw wind like that you you flew above it yeah fires a pilot I'd be like Oh hey look at hurricane let's not do that that's normally the general wisdom but apparently some scientists want to get up there and see what's going on and we go inside and drop these thing called Sondhi believes in there and gives them all kinds of information I retired from the Marine Corps in Nineteen Ninety a flute C. One thirties there and we moved down to Biloxi and that's where the hurricane places and I do it because well I'm part of the Air Force reserve now and gives me something to do you should try solitaire could do that L. Safer Okay so crystal what made you want to do your job well I am fascinated the weather especially storms I remember when I was really really really little girl it was Hurricane Bob and my dad was holding me and we went one card into the House and things were flying everywhere and it was so fierce but I wanted to be in it so add it just it riled everything inside of me basically and I find it absolutely thrilling everything about these intense storm activating I like women like a bit of course documentary so crystal what's an average day like at your job you know waking up we get right to the models see what the latest is as far as the ext five days out and anything beyond five days are confidences lower and then we look at the current conditions so we look at what's happened running west of us and then that's going to tell us what's coming in our direction next and then we write the forecast which you know today it's breezy signees gorgeous mild above average there's no hurricanes going on you yeah and then you look at the models and are you actually on unscreened on television giving these weather forecasts sometimes yeah I actually I fill in for news twelve and that's it's a lot of fun when there's not hurricanes or blizzards or extreme weather when there's just basic happy sunshine whether we're actually doing a mood cast now which is pretty fun mood cast a mood cast is when we put emojis for our forecast in our timeline basically you know we see some rainfall then we put a little moody face and Sunshine is happy and meatballs for when it's okay Dennis when you when you fly into a hurricane what is your goal what do you want to achieve.
"hurricane" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"This is pat and now here's your host and my bff Deborah Goldstein welcome to pants on fire that game show where kids choose between the calm and sunny days of truth Gale warning winds of lies. I'm your host Deborah eighteen and in the studio is our digitally up to date but personably down to Earth Robot Lisa which stands for live in studio audience uh-huh Deborah leaves that I am up to date with all of the technology and mechanics that enabled me to make all the sound but I you didn't know that I'm up to date on the latest robot Fashions Fashions Really so today's ensemble is straight out of the robot Ashen magazine Cosmo Botin all the latest robot looks come from Cosmo as well as relief fund quizzes do take quizzes to determine what's human jobs you would be better at doing then he ends or what role you should play in the robot takeover of the world but mostly mostly never yes I just find fashion inspiration interesting well I hope you can find the inspiration to tell us how our game works just so happens the perfect scarf for this occasion every week we bring onto grownups one is an expert the other a liar it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who gets better than a kid I mean we have really oh by the way what are we lying about today we are lying about hurricanes a type of storm called a tropical cyclone which forms over tropical or sub tropical water we saw do you know anything about hurricanes I know that in Hartford Hera Ford and Hampshire hurricanes hardly happen that's from my fair lady the musical is that what you're quoting right now no that is my Tattoo Tattoo Tattoo of that Oh my goodness I don't I didn't think yeah I didn't age doesn't matter Debra let's just me today's contest is alright where are they oh okay so our human child contest is it ten year old who wants to be a dermatologist weird when no fee hall in Germany it just really is that something you'd like to do yes is that well I think it's just really cool how the skin works popping bubbles popping levels I'm not sure I even want to understand what she means is that humans have super gross skin and there's always bubbles over them that's not what it means I've seen your face ace it's not covered in bubbles is it so no it's not covered in bubbling Marcus Sophie pop them right well I think she's going defined dermatologist one day good luck to you on that front thank you you're welcome and it's also true is it not that you do not care to eat grasshopper's is that true yes it is true so I understand that this is a true fact that sort of implies to me that you've eaten grasshoppers before yes is you eat often no my dad made me tries it them he made you try them was that sounds cool was he punishing you know I thought it sounded cool but it was really gross yeah and did you just find a grasshopper in your yard and he said here eat this until it was at a mess Mexican restaurant there were grasshoppers in the restaurant well they served grass out in tacos in they had grasshopper tacos Yes oh my goodness and did he eat any grasshopper's yet he like twenty wow so he's a fan no he just ate them because he I don't know why he ate he lives on the edge yes fantastic you should try cricket's really want some crickets now now you don't have to eat the cricket surrogate your free our first expert is crystal crystal please introduce yourself up to Sophie Hello Sophie I'm crystal Ella and I am a meteorologist I find the sky and storms and the weather -solutely Fast donating interesting excellent thank you very much let's meet our second expert Dennis Kimberly Dennis please introduce yourself too soapy be how you doing uh-huh.
"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"A day as zero zero zero zero or at the Greenwich time <hes> <hes> hundreds of miles coming out. How do you distill all that information. I mean Hurricane Center does a great job of doing that. <hes> and that's something that <hes> you know we. We've we think we could do also. We've think we can also account for <hes> the uncertainty in the atmosphere this year for this event going beyond the the comb so so that's the new product that's coming outward distilling all that information into a handful of plausible scenarios each one of them with a set of probabilities and <hes> and a bunch of associated files that allow our clients is to compute losses to their portfolio. Well what a what a fascinating to enforce conversation <hes> where can people oh find any information about you or your coming up. We're at our MESS DOT com. There's very simple easy to find so I encourage urge. Everyone that takes a look at the website that keep up with what Dr Mark Powell is doing <hes> and his product that are basically is providing hurricanes in fourcade mark. Thank you you so much for joining us on the weather geeks podcast Mo.. Thank you so much for having me. It's <hes> it's an honor to be on the air with you yeah well. It's been a great discussion and look look for this when in many other great new episodes of weather coming forward. I'm Dr Marshall Shepherd from the University of Georgia coming to you from the weather channel and thank you for listening see you next time on uh-huh.
"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Doing this and and you know we didn't really know better. you know we could fly in as low as five hundred feet. If it was a stronger storm may be fifteen hundred feet. I mean yeah fifteen hundred feet or or five thousand feet sometimes typically low because that's the highest winds are are right around around fifteen hundred feet and you're trying to sample the you know the most severe part of the storm so if you want to sample the highest wins you have to be down there at those altitudes now they've they realized that you know if if something something happens on the aircraft that doesn't give you a lot of I've altitude to work with to try to fix things and so there's been a couple of close calls there was one Jeff Masters Remembers Go Yeah Hurricane Hugo yes jess jeff masters with the founder of weather underground those those listeners familiar with weather underground very harrowing experience World Windsurfing Buddies. Yes so yes there was one there and and then there there were some experiments that were conducted the blast experiments in early two thousands where because of salt deposition on the the engines sometimes they were flameouts where they could lose an engine so they realize realized that that was a consequence of of low level flights and picking up a lot of salt from the Aerosol Aerosol from the sea surface so now they tend to fly higher and have expendable that can measure those winds download hello dave gps on and and also remote-sensing using the stepped frequency microwave radiometer and we are back on the weather geeks podcast and I'm talking with Dr Mark Powell who I I knew from the Noah Hurricane Research Division. He's now working on our Ram S. H. Wind is coming to from IHEART Radio Studios in Tallahassee Florida Florida and you just heard some fascinating things about his early career. I would say the bulk of his career in terms of his work at HR D. and flying through hurricanes McCain's to collect data for research and even for some operational uses as it goes we have the Air Force her hurricane hunters and then Noah certainly has hurricane hunters as well or hurt planes fly into storms. They even have planes fly over storms. If you will somewhat with Gulfstream plane as well NASA has planes that do these types of things as well. This leads me to h wind. your research is led you to H wind snapshot. Tell US little bit about this product why it's being developed in Kenneth Supplement or replace some of these dangerous aircraft trips yeah that's kind of an interesting story so you know it sounds really the heroic and offline into these hurricanes but what I didn't mention as I usually get sick on about half of well you certainly we certainly understand stand and so I was looking for ways to contribute maybe by not having to fly as often and I I I noticed that the the aircraft the no aircraft had air satellite data link where they could send data directly to the national hurricane the center and then I had the opportunity because HR D. was one floor below the National Hurricane Center in court when we were in coral gables to see how that information formation was being used and so I had a whole bunch of ideas of how to better utilize that information and that that was the that really started me on the track towards and of course the the developing Internet also helped of real time observation based raced winfield analysis from multiple platforms so using everything we can get our hands on being sent out from the aircraft but in addition booties weather station said airports ships and various satellite platforms served with different remote sensing techniques measuring winds at the surface and and because I because I was trained as is a boundary layer specialist especially at Penn State I I knew that you had to take into account the heights of animal the upstream fetch roughness to be able to standardize measurements events. You could analyze all this all these different types of measurements together to get one surface winfield analysis you heard Dr Powell Mitch and the Boundary Layer and that's for those weather geeks listeners that don't have a formal training in meteorology. That's the kind of this verse Cul Lamad or so it can actually vary and it has changed from day to night as well in terms of its depth but it's sort of this layer of the atmosphere where the surface in the lowest layer of the atmosphere sort of kind of exchange information talk to each other if you will you often hear one kilometer so the first one kilometer lower one kilometer of the atmosphere and in a hurricane environment over the ocean the boundary layer processes are very very important and so certainly would understand why in some of your early career you're collecting data or flying at low levels to to assert sample the boundary layer you mentioned satellite data. You know I'm a satellite guy spent most of my career before the University of Georgia at NASA Can you talk to the listeners listeners about some of the ways that satellite is used to measure when I know they're things like scatter arbiters and other things. Can you just give the listeners a little one on one on those types of techniques sneaks yeah sure well a scatter ometer is is one one of the main platforms we used to gather other information on winds primarily the periphery of the hurricane and they're actually improving their algorithms that you can get you can start detecting higher wins from those instruments but they're looking at the scattering of these very tiny waves that are on top of the wind waves are called capillary waves and they can detect the wind direction based on those capillary ways because the signal is different at the wave is going towards or away from the the beam that that's been transmitted from the satellite so there and and the strength of the return scattering of that signal they can actually get a wind speed and actually. It's one of the things that are H. One product has been used by NASA the European Space Agency and Canadian Space Agency to help derive these functions that go from what the satellite actually measure said it actually doesn't measure wind measure measure something that's affected by win so this the back scatter of that microwave signal is affected by wind and so they can overlay that back scattered signal on top of one of our winfield's and get that relationship between back scattered and wind speed and that's called a gps go- model function. That's what actually gets the winds from that satellite signal. I love it. We're geeking out here with Dr Mark Powell talking talking all about tropical meteorology and how we measure some of these things. I wanted to make sure you explain that because you know oftentimes. I don't think people realize just how how much satellite data is utilized. I mean we have aircraft. We have observations but this global network of satellites that Noah and NASA and other space agencies he's have up. There are important not just for research day-to-day operations. I often see the National Hurricane Center mention ask. GATT added other scatter ometer in their discussions when they're trying to the locate the center place hurricanes and you're also using inure techniques as well so along comes this risk management company. R. M. S. tell us a little bit about Ram ass and then how they got connected to the H. Wind project sure well while while I was developing this H win product in actually in Noah and we're putting our analyses out on the web have been unfortunately our funding at Noah was starting enough not to keep up and and it's getting tougher to keep the program going and I saw an opportunity to see if I could rather than see see. It's it on the shelf in in a government lab whether I could take it out into the private sector so I spent about a year working with Noah's technology partnership program to see if there's a way that I could bring it out of into the private sector after about a year I was granted the inventor writes to pigewoman product and I did a startup right here in Tallahassee at a incubator called Domi station and and I started writing my Roth. Ira To hire PhD's out of Florida State and so we got started and after about a Oh little over a year and a half we've got acquired by risk management solutions who had been using our products to help develop their hurricane their North Atlantic Hurricane risk model so that's that's how we got going in and they saw that there was a lot of talented Florida state eight and one to have a you know a some visibility here in Tallahassee so we have an office in Dan the a college town area in Tallahassee and a handful of really bright young scientists working with me and and we also employ several students of the FSU and Florida and m helping us as a as a three time Florida state alum. I I can imagine if I were a student at that time I would have been chopping at the bit to perhaps work in a company like this. What a great opportunity. one thing that you said in net discussion though I wanna Kinda fixate on for a moment because you talked about this lapse in government funding government funding no Anassa National Science Foundation Department of Energy is very important for standing up new capabilities new technology but as we know funding in the government system. Tom Is at the whim of the president the Congress and many other factors but that's interesting that you I guess a lifetime civil servant if you will or at least very much in the the civil servants system recognize the opportunities and the private sector say a little bit more about just your overall perspective on the public private partnership ship within the weather enterprise seem like he was really a nice opportunity for you. Yeah I think I think probably the that that the pressure on funding actually helped me to some extent because the the base funding of our laboratory wasn't even keeping up with inflation so the only way I was able to keep going was I had to hustle and get proposals funded even some from the private sector so after Hurricane Andrew we got some funding from Florida power and light we we got funding from the National Institutes an Institute of Building Sciences we were I was active as one of the Tech Committee for the hazardous model from from Fema sure so there were there were a bunch of kind of nonstandard funding sources that was able to successfully go after but seemed like the and even for a while we were developing this as something that could be used at the National Hurricane Center through the joint hurricane tests but as well so that that kind of prepared me for you know when you're in the private sector you gotta do that to you got to go out there and hustle to get to get clients so so you know being able to talk to some of these you know large insurance companies companies like Swiss. Re You know as a as a startup from from a little business incubator in Tallahassee was a big deal and we are back on the weather geeks podcast. I'm Dr Marshall Shepherd from the University of Georgia. I'm talking talking with Dr Mark Powell and we're talking about his fascinating imagery and product h wind and he just talked about how risk management companies are thinking about out in utilizing this very interesting wind information you to assess risk and think about sort of risk portfolio which is a big issue you now and weather and risk and even climate change in all types of other things but I want to shift gears now and d.c out again this show. We like the Geek Yeah. We Talk to meteorologist lot and weaken geek out on this show. We can really use the terminology. We're not trying to necessarily simplify things but we definitely try to explain things if we don't don't think people understand them. I'm going to bring up a term here that may not be familiar to some but then we're going to geek out on it integrated Connecticut Energy your big proponent proponent of using integrated kinetic energy. I Ki- I k. e. And you'd think that we should be using this to supplement the way we categorize hurricanes pains and that's been a big discussion in recent years with Harvey and Florence in this notion of win versus rain and Florence necessarily early was a big rain producer impacts but the Saffir Simpson scale didn't necessarily convey it. Tell us what integrated kinetic energy is and why you think we should be using it more okay sure well integrated kinetic energy is just a It's a metric for the size of the Winfield and hurricane so what we do is from one of our winfield's we'd look at the area that has wins over tropical storm force and kind of put what a checkerboard over that or grit cells over that and each each box we we square to wind multiply by the density the of the air and we sum it up into this value so it's basically kind of waiting the storm on on how much energy that is in the Winfield near the surface so we're really comes in as when you have storms said may may not be up there on the saffir-simpson scale in terms of intensity but have large winfield so so hurricane Ike was is or Hurricane Sandy. Were really good examples of this storms that were barely you know. Sandy was barely a hurricane am and then actually not a hurricane right right after landfall but a huge winfield and so that that large winfield can get a lot of water moving it can force a lot of waves waves propagate out ahead of Surrey Canes and have tremendous destructive impacts of so you can have a case say say for New Orleans. They might think what we need category five protection or for levies or something and there were stipe may or may not be a category five live it might be a huge category to just because of the large amount of water a big winfield's can get moving and I think that's an important portent point because as we talk about one of our former colleagues ed rappaport has always talked about really water is the problem in the deadly aspect of a hurricane whether that rainfall and in this case surge so you're suggesting that this I k. e. can be a nice supplemental factor in quantifying that surged surged risk if you will that's right yeah and so one of the things that we do when we're issuing are our products we go into a twenty four seven shift cycle when a when hurricanes active and RECON aircraft are flying into it were updating our analyses every three hours and work computing the integrated kinetic energy then we'll we'll compare it to other storms arms in history so that you can kinda get a bench market at least in terms of the the Winfield part and its ability to move water has this compare into Katrina or Camille or other other storms that the public and businesses are very familiar with yeah. This is fascinating. I mean I've been involved in some research with a couple of colleagues even recently on trying to have an integrated product like this but further rainfall aspect of the storm to it's a challenging problem but there's something we've been thinking about while I have well. I have you mark Powell here. We're talking with Dr Mark Powell expert on Tropical Meteorology you. I know it's different right from the I K E but you do hear it out there. So I WANNA make sure our weather geeks listeners understand the difference between a and then this term ace that you saw this that that you often hear people talk about in the hurricane world. Can you distinguish what ace is.
"hurricane" Discussed on Tumble: A Science Podcast for Kids
"Today's question comes from thea wire hurricane so powerful. I think hurricanes are so powerful because there's like little gnomes cranking knobs that make things I'm not really. Great job. My default thing is there's no. I thought a default thing was there's hamsters. I mean hamsters are involved to somehow, maybe the gnomes ride the hamsters. It's a really good hypothesis Marshall, but let's try. Let's ask our listeners. Why do you think that hurricanes are so powerful? And how do you think scientists predict them before they happen? Think about it because out to ride a hamster right into the middle of the science of hurricane telling you. To get furious. Answer to the question, I talked to Susanna Camargo Susanna is from Brazil and she studied hurricanes at Columbia University in New York. And it turns out that job is something. She never predicted thought that was going to be working for hurricanes for a few months, and then twenty years later have been working with hurricanes for twenty years. Suzannah's job is to help forecast hurricanes long before they start to give people is much time as possible to prepare for them. She's been working on it for such a long time because there's still a lot. We don't understand about. How hurricanes work which makes them really challenging to predict a big part of that is how powerful they will be in. Why people think about hurricanes released the power is the wings. But that's not the only thing the hurricanes..
"hurricane" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Is that right? It has become more thorough. Yes. The reporting of the indirect fatalities. And over the years in hurricane centers, reports on every individual tropical cyclone. We didn't always really breakdown the indirect fatalities. Part of that was data collection and so forth was harder in the past. But when win Dr Ed Rappaport deputy director, Hurricane Center when I was there. And who's still in that position. You know he was working on his indirect fatalities work when I was there and I said, do you take all the time you can because this is important work because. As he found out, we've lost nearly as many people from the indirect causes of death after tropical cycle or before during after tropical cyclones, as we have from the forces of the stormy of the direct causes are the wind and water forces taking a life in the midst of the storm blunt force trauma, my flying debris and drowning in a storm surge Neilan flood. But the indirect fatalities are like cardiovascular failure before during after in in bad conditions, you get into vehicle accidents, you get into problems with power outages. Power outages can be surprisingly damaging, Carmen. People run their generators improperly die from carbon monoxide. Poisoning people are dependent on medical equipment and that fails in power outage. They electrocuted by touching down power line, they light candles and they start fires. Power outages have taken a lot of lives that's another indirect cause, and then the the whole course of evacuation can be dangerous. So these indirect causes again have been almost as deadly in total as the direct causes. And I think the main benefit from categorizing all of those and understanding the circumstances of the fatalities is so we can change and improve our messaging to help people stay alive from the indirect causes this as much as the drag meteorologist. We want to protect people from the wind and the water. We gotta mix in there. How do you protect yourself from cardiovascular failure? How do you protect yourself from power outage? How do you stay out of trouble in your car? And so even leading up to Florence? We were throwing in. A lot of what to do, what not to do with information to survive the preparation, survived the storm and survived the aftermath both from direct and indirect causes and and a lot of the Florence fatalities are indirect. Yeah, and that's general. I wanna I wanna get your second question. Was there so much lead time we were talking about this so much on Twitter that it was is that some people argue that's problematic. What are your thoughts the farther in advance of forecast is this you'd the more uncertain? It's going to be the more probabilistic. It has to be the more what if we're going to have to be thrown in there, but I think the five day forecast lead time from the Hurricane Center along with what the pattern and what the models and what the end sambas were saying. Even beyond five days, we started talking about it well before five days, and I think in a responsible way. To give people as much heads up as possible because you know what happens when people don't get enough time, then you hear the, I was caught off guard. I didn't know that this was going to happen and all that sort of thing. So. When it's responsible and it gives people plenty of lead time to take action. I think the lead time is good, especially on the track forecast now on the intensity forecast again, you know, the models aren't as good there, but the potential was there for not only a large and slow moving hurricane with all the water problems. But the potential is also there for a very devastating kit from the wind, and we still got wind damage. Why are we afraid of a category Warner category? Two hurricane terms of the wind you ever been through one, they're not fun terms of the wind. So I don't have a problem with the lead time and. I think that. The luxury of time that that gives people to do things that maybe they didn't do before the hurricane season. It gives them time to think through their vacuous zone evacuation route. It gives them time to get supplies. It gives them time to do things to their home to get it ready to lessen the chance that the home is damaged against people sandbag. There's all kinds of things that you can do with that luxury of time. So I don't decry advance notification of the possibility to motivate people to do things. They.
"hurricane" Discussed on WLAC
"The hurricane. Welcome back to MSNBC continue our round the clock coverage of hurricane Florence. Let's go over to our weather center and see what's happening. Well, it's not looking good. As you could see the hurricane is coming off the Atlantic Ocean, like a border patrol agent beat the poor refugee half to death out in the middle of the desert. The hurricane is a cat one which means it's against ObamaCare and thinks we should let people purchase firearms without background checks. Wow. This hurricane sounds pretty awful. It really is. I've spoken to experts this week who feel the hurricane is a racist, sexist and homophobic. That's why here at MSNBC weather center. We're proposing they changed the name of the hurricane to hurricane maga-. Hurricane maga-. Yes. Or hurricane Trump or hurricane Jared lead? Even settle for hurricane Jeff Sessions. We just don't think hurricane Florence is a suitable name. I completely understand. And so do our viewers in an online poll ninety eight percent of MSNBC viewers blamed President Trump for the hurricane. With the remaining two percent mistakenly thinking they were filling out a form to be rescued from the hurricane. Sorry, folks won't be rescuing anyone here at MSNBC, but we can send you this make America socialist again, bumper sticker that's gonna look great on my Prius. You've got all kinds of hustle, like get the job done hustle and get the kids out the door hustle..
"hurricane" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"She was cooking all that she was. I look, I had pack this big Pooh at dawn power. Now I'm cooking anybody. They walk down the street. My mom was altered new. This did not all have you eight. Yeah, my my dad grill daughter like he had these fish spot in the fridge, and he grew out that shit up and they'll those five, those fissures delicious. I don't know what happened knows fish. I don't know. He's a drive up the coast to get him and come back. So I don't know if he's still does that. I don't think so. But those fucking fish was amazing. But yeah, so I, I mean, I don't know. We'll see. I mean, if his heavy, I miss nothing we can do about it either way. You know. So we'll see what happens. So I just think is weird that people still that hurricanes named that the women do more damage. They do traditional women names, feminine names if you wanna call it that I don't, I don't, right. I'm sure there's probably better terms that I don't know yet, but you know, like just names that people associate with even incorrect. And this was named Florence. And so what happens is for some reason, this is so stupid with less people believe it prepare when storms made have named after a woman which doesn't, which is ridiculous yet at the men. Abe, I'd take that shit seriously. Yeah, which is which makes you think like because some people will say within just name them all after me, you know, just fuck it. People are stupid, don't fight it. We're trying to save lives. Patriarchy sucks, but name out storms dues and then people will just get fuck out of the way and I and I understand that. But I actually think they should name hurricanes at the things that everybody fears rather than just say, let's name after men. You know, last name out to stuff like hurricane last two seasons or two blood hurricanes. Do loan debt. Hurricane, Carl Lewis singing the national anthem. Hurricane Bank overdraft fees, home, hurricane credit, Kabale, arcane bills. Bill like the man you? No, not William. The hurricane bills bills. It's comment. Go get the fuck outta here. Come on. I just went like, that can happen. People start, I say, just Twitter's people start adding their own. So I say it hurricane, we need to talk come out. We need. Goud every. Hurricane hot comb come out. See some of these say hurricane Trump without like somebody's not gonna save everybody because there's half the country too stupid. Not that I don't wanna see them drown, Eric, what make my as move? Yeah, but why people would be like hurricane Trump staying? He gonna help rebuild my house when it's done, you know, like we need, we need to motivate everybody to move. Okay, we get everybody out. So just got to come up with terms that you know are gone scared shit out of anyone. Yeah. I mean, not as you got a specific target, you know you want to go out ain't shit. Nigga. We lot hurricane baby mama. Hurricane commitment. Hurricane Chow support data just come out on this same. We're trying to get everybody know hurricane me too. Right. That'd just get out of me and out, come on. So I don't know. It was. It was good half. Have fun. Say, hurricane grapes in potato salad, you know. Some people that my stay. But yet and also in the path of hurricane Florence is potentially of two at risk, nuclear power plants. So I don't know. I don't know what the at risk nuclear power plants. They're like at risk. Youth is like it does not have a parent is only known is that. Previous records of on onto reas Newt, nuclear outland. Like what does that mean? No, that nuclear power plan really hangs out with a bad crowd. I know unsupervised. Yeah, one with the same design as the Fukushima plant that that like had a meltdown during. I wanna to say that was soon NAMI though, but still, I mean. That'll sound good. So I don't know, man, hope everybody would be. Okay, man, you know, nuclear power plants. I'm good until they start talking about natural disasters and shit, right. Then you guys came across like this right. Yeah, following that disaster new federal regulation, regulators required US and clip plans to perform upgrades to better earthquakes and flooding at the Fukushima Japan. Explosion for their nuclear power plant. They had two reactors that exploded elite radiation follow in two thousand eleven..