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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"The. Storm surge tropical cycle of those deadly threat me may recall images let him use alison twenty eighteen following categories. Michael after it set nearly fifteen foot wall of. Water. Cows Mexico beach. Florida. If you've ever experienced answers then know how quickly a Hurricane Linda Wall are rushing into home businesses washing away lives and live. Today. We're joined by Jamie Rome leader of the storm surgeon at the National Hurricane Center Jamie will offer inside lift of the Inter workings of this lifesaving agency and it's critical forecast when the. If you've ever heard that raise hide from the win but run from the. Discussion will make understand why gamy thank you for joining us on the word objects cast they thank you for having it out if for those true and blue weather geeks, alum and fans and friends of the program, you might remember the Jamie Rome appeared on the television version of the show several years ago. So it's really I'm really thrilled to have him back here in the. Longer format podcast so that we can dig deeper into what he does. Little background on. Jamie has a battery Masters degree, from North Carolina State University he joined the National Hurricane Center as a Marine forecast through the tropical analysis and forecast rant in nineteen ninety nine he was appointed Hurricane Veterans in Twenty Sixteen and he pointed lead of the storm surge program there in two thousand eight. James Fan Colleague and does some very important work for the nation but. I don't know if he remembers are maybe he's heard the podcast. The first question I always ask has nothing to do with your job is more of a question of how you got interested in weather and climate related that he was something for your childhood a specific storm or did you happen appoint later in? Dow Ironically now for the. A weather grew up in North Carolina and the weather was the the easiest way to get out of going to school which was. Snow Days Baggio. It was the way way to go, and so I didn't really like school in the beginning dom. became very interested in in. Precipitation. RPI, when a weather precipitation. In, in central North Carolina and then. You're used to it in Atlanta. You never really get clean snow in North Carolina as much as you get this this icing and change over in. This really tight rain snow line, and so obviously I became interested in that it wasn't until later maybe a high school in college that hurricanes started to intrigue me A. Is, a kind of approach to Eastern Carolina. I wondered actually one of the producers wanted to want to ask you if you even had a personal encounter with storm surge yourself over the years your early razor years in in. North. Carolina. You know we used to frequent coastal North Carolina quite a bit growing up my family. Did we were big? Big Gift fishing in often we would go to the coast not during the periods of people were most interested in like summer. We would go during fall in springs in you would get these these big nor'easter. Tight. Events or non tropical events and I can't remember one where I was just you. Just fascinated with how the wind could push the water in wakes up along the coast and into the roads in half the amount of Dune erosion could occur with one of these events. So that would have been my first. Encounter where storm, surge? Low, storm surge happened late late in my career certainly wasn't anything I studied in in college or wasn't soda a path, the dice with a set of Al.. You know a lot of people. They know they WANNA. Do tornadoes or severe weather storm surge came late in. It's been the best job I've ever had probably the best job. Our has in I been doing it now for eleven years, and it's just hard ended in doing anything else is so interesting. Well the Nice segue because for the listeners here we're in the midst of well technically as repaving this, we're not in hurricane season although when this airs, we will be a hurricane season starts June bursts. Even we're taking this, we have tropical storm Bertha just off the. Coast to coast are believed projected anything major in his as we were saying before he came on probably too small and in week. Even quick passing through really present a storm surge threat but for the listeners of weather needs podcast Jamie give us A. Third or one what is storm surge and why does it happen why it's so dangerous? Yes, it's literally. The strong winds of storm and it could be any storm doesn't have to be hurricanes but the strong winds of a storm pushed the Ocean George. Land in if the winds are strong enough onto land, which is normally dry. Traditionally, as storm surges linked with hurricanes, tropical cyclones because. That's where you get kind of the strongest winds, but you can get it in any storm system. I'm the produces the you're strong enough wins, and it has to be a the state of a scale issue. So you gotTa have like a a synoptic scale type of weather pattern to you. You can't be more like a Tornado or water style that's just from a scale perspective too small. Apologize, they're trying to keep my mic for those that are listening whether this is a new era of doing the podcast in the covid nineteen errands. So were trying new things, ears of shrimps your audio is clean. So apologize with way coming off their bye head zoom.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

07:19 min | 6 months ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Books five point six years due to being re financial house ring so wanted to that's the average American so almost no one keeps a mortgage very long R. for one reason or another Joe is with us in Virginia Hey Joe how can we help thanks for your call sure I can help we're on baby step four five and six and her sons during the start kindergarten at a private school so thinking about paying off her home to free up cash flow for the school payment but we have but the kind of makes all the more complicated I am my own business and we've been kind of hard work for that so our part of that and my wife she has stage four cancer which is currently fighting prepared recurrence we've been doing this for about three and a half years it's kind of like a chronic thing at this point but specter to I'm I'm barring a miracle that it's going to continue to come back so I just kind of figure out what we should do we have between the business center for small town about fifty thousand dollars in cash the mortgage balance is sixty seven thousand okay you have how much cash again okay how's my brought my brain stopped back there at stage four cancer enough by same acquiring anything after that yeah I'm sorry I wouldn't wish it on normal now after three and a half years but yeah I know it's it's crazy hi I'm so I'm I'm I'm not a medical person I'm just a dude shot when I hear stage four cancer I don't hear chronic help me understand what you're talking about thanks for being good spread to other areas of the body but at this point you know but it was a hardware now my certificates are coming to the soft tissue cancer so it comes back at this point they're able to compete Tribune but the expectation is that it's going to come back and add some point it could spread for nearly a month as president certain when they will be on a trip but currently it's treatable and they will continue treatment until it's not treatable okay so the prognosis is good in terms of our survival today but the but but it's going to be an ongoing pressure obviously physically spiritually and even financially right hello I think we just lost the call dropped okay I'm well what what what we've taught people to do for years and and it is you know the the financial guidelines we give you our presupposing hi that your life is not hit by hurricane right and cancers are hurricane right and so when you're fighting cancer that's like a full time job yeah and so I'm gonna focus on that yeah it would you keep that cash for medical bills for for anything that would happen yeah and I I would be conserving cash a lot of yeah so I make sure that your business needs to be viable because feeding the family yeah and it's giving you money to fight cancer I can be in private schools not necessarily that's that's that's up for grabs yeah I'm concerned because the main thing here right now is beat you know do everything you can to beat this yeah and you don't you don't even you don't leave a link you want even on the field here yeah and you don't wanna say on pay cash for private school or I you know didn't do this and then I didn't have the money to take care of this treatment that that just wouldn't be right obviously that's a bad choice and so on I'm not saying you should make that choice or anybody would make that choice Sir but yeah I he he's been doing this for three been in a hurricane veteran half your size I've been in it for a minute right it's not helping him yeah yeah so it's harder for me I'm still stuck hankering along here yeah it to answer this because it's just takes your breath away but yeah I I yeah I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna stay on point and fighting cancer is the point that their main thing you're doing on nothing else really everything else takes a distance takes backseat as a secondary issue until you get into you get the other side of it yeah do you get up a different kind of a prognosis and you don't want to look you never look back ten years later and say well what if we had done that you know what if we had had the money to go crawl that alternative treatment what we had done that and I won't leave all my options open in cash just give you more more cash you have the more options you have Nicole is in Louisiana I am the coal welcome that I ran she show hi Dave and Christy thank you for taking the call sure I have a question the dilemma rather I work in the public sector in the accounting field since nineteen ninety four without a degree it's I was blessed in that regard in two thousand sixteen I left the job because I was filling out the field and really felt like I needed to make more money I currently make about forty nine thousand a year debt free in twenty sixteen when I left the job I pulled out all of my money out of my pension because I divorced our our marital home let it just a a myriad of things happened during that year so I have no retirement because we had a pension so they didn't take out social security so that's one dilemma I'm thinking about returning to school to finally obtain the accounting degree that I feel like I may possibly need because that though I have the experience most jobs that would pay a higher salary is requirement degree just wanted to get your advice and also let me try this and I will be fifty next September and I would love to purchase a home so that's what I'm trying to do at the moment so I don't know if I should the home to the side and pay for the degree in cash and just not worry about the house which is very important to me well they're not they're they're both are important to you the great help she get the house right right hi if you're gonna stay in that field I it sounds like it's a stepping stone for using it has been a blocker and that is a reasonable blocker in the accounting field so so I have you priced out what it'll take and in time and money to get your degree well with me working full time I'm assuming I'll have to take night online classes I haven't really looked into it so I'm not really sure what it's going to cost me I thank you for a bit of a yet taking a longer time and I don't know how I'll be able to get the health which is important to me by next September I don't think you're gonna make it next September if you get the degree and if you get the degree you're gonna get a different house your income will be different so you can do either one I don't care which one you do but your your conundrum measure your hidden them against each other and I think you just need to put in one in line behind the other one yeah it together action I don't care which one you do first which probably do both of good question thanks for calling George this.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WTVN

"Let me share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting. I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast to category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. At the time. The storm hit still bad, but it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. His forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday. They were telling us going be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I can you could follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifty miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen Ninety-seven, which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying a hundred and fifteen mile an hour winds, but they weren't. Five hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night now reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you you don't rush told us. This was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else's focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than bottles. So this is still going to be a huge rain event because it's gonna stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 at full Rev. That's another thing about these terms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. Is like the hurricanes are out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And know people who are disbelievers climate change. And then they started to embarrassment except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane shouldn't be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take you last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change, people that deny haven't.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting suggesting I I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident Florida only twice has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are. Not as strong forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. By the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I should have divulged that. But I do I have the secret website. And I can I come. You could follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist, and I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday were saying a hundred and fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. Why were they were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday? And they were really one hundred and fifteen they didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When when all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you. You know, rush told us this was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model a graphic and they rely on much more than than models. This is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you've we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets stained up to seventy five you'd think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing seven forty seven at full Rev. That's another thing about these storms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. It's like the hurricanes are out there. And you know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes. They get really strong get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And no people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrassment except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane should be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take you last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that deny.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Let me share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds, are you're not gonna be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident Florida only twice has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. Him at the time. The storm hit still bad, but it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I should have divulged that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I can follow anybody. If you know the website, you can follow the hurricane hunter sending his data out as it's in the storm, and for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of lot. So you'll learn how to track them out a deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven which was just twenty years. There's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying a hundred and fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen they didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day, and we'll see it's gone from category four to category two, and it's gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I wonder how many of you you don't rush told us? This was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than bottles. This is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. Want to nothing to sneeze at? But there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that, you don't know. We've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 full Rev. That's another thing about these storms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intensive decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. Like the hurricanes out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive. Just you embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. That human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes, which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And know people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrassment except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane should be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take you last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. A meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about her. Hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized, as you know, folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Let me share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting. Jesting? I have I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if you're if you're in a bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When thing hits this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong I give forecast to category. Four to hit. It usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. At the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I should have divulged that. But I do I have the secret website. And I can I can you can follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending his data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven. Which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday. They were they're saying one hundred fifteen mile an hour winds, but they weren't. Five hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen they didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundreds five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you you don't rush told us. This was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down..

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting. I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. At the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday. They were telling us going be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I can you can follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven. Which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday. They were they're saying one hundred fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying a hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred fifteen they didn't report one hundred fifteen to late o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being just wonder how many of you know, rush told us this was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said so that you'll remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always changed. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than bottles. So this is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. Want to nothing to sneeze at? But there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing seven forty seven at full Rev. That's another thing about these storms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasing we intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. It's like the hurricanes are out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. That human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. M no people who are disbelievers climate change. And then they started to embarrass me except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane shouldn't be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take you last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that deny climate.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KTOK

"Share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting suggesting I have I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if if your if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. By the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us gonna be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I come. You could follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven. Which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying a hundred and fifteen mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in Annapolis storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When when all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you. You know, rush told us this was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said so that you'll remember in case you forgot, but this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than models. This is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 at full Rev. That's another thing about these terms that allowed as they can beat. However, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. It's like the hurricanes are out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on that they're able to identify. M no people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrass except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane shouldn't be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take you last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change, people.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WRVA

"Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting mission jesting. I I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits. This is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. The time the storm hit still bad, but it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happen here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us gonna be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour. And maybe even less sidetrack the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super-secret website. And I can I can you could follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending in data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricanes citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen Ninety-seven. Which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying hundred and fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen it didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you. You know, rush told us this was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than bottles. This is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you've we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you'd think you'd think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 at full Rev. That's another thing about these terms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. A human being Trump anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change, and you got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. Is like the hurricanes are out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes which I guess ever own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. Know people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrassment except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water in ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane shouldn't be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are logical answers to this. And I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity or hurricane Florence. We take your last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric Holtus about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized, as you know, folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that deny climate change, the people that deny that this problem is happening.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KNSS

"Let me share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting jesting I have I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. At the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less, I tracked the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I come. You can follow anybody. If you know the website, you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm, and for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying a hundred and fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen they didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day, and we'll see so it's gone from category. Four to category. Two and gone. From a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you. You know, rush told us this was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else's focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said so that you'll remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They will always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model a graphic and they rely on much more than than models. This is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 full Rev. That's another thing about these terms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. A human being Trump anybody complicit in a hurricane, and you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate changes fault. It's like the hurricanes are out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And know people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrassment except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane shouldn't be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense. And there are media logical answers to this. And I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take you last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you're not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that deny climate change the people that denied that. This problem is happening or that are willfully taking steps to make the problem. Works.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Let me share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting. Jesting? I have I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. The forecast a category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as. The initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. At the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I can you could follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing and the body. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you. I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things headed your way you face the loss of lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven. Which was twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday. They were they're saying hundred and fifteen mile an hour winds, but they weren't. Why would they were saying a hundred and thirty all day yesterday? And they were really one hundred and fifteen they didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in Annapolis storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you don't rush told us. This was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than bottles. So this is still going to be a huge rain event because it's gonna stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 full Rev. That's another thing about these terms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change, anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. It's like the hurricanes are out there. And you know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings at don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And know people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrassment except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane shouldn't be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense. And there are meteorological answers to this. And I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild guess reasons there. Meteorological reasons, why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity or hurricane Florence. We take your last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric Holtus about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you're not folks forecast, and the destruction for tangible doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that deny kinda change people that denied that. This problem is happening or that are willfully taking steps to make the problem..

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting. I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. Forecast to category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as. The initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. At the time the storm hits still bad. But it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I should have divulged that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can you can follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven. Which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying one hundred fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in Annapolis storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember a human being? I just wonder how many of you. You know, rush told us this was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said so that you remember in case you forgot, but this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most. Most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model a graphic and they rely on much more than than models. So this is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One a nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you've we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac park to a Boeing-747 full Rev. That's another thing about these storms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. As human being Trump, anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change, and the way it works is if Trump doesn't believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. It's like the hurricanes are out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. No people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrass except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane should be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take your last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by need comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let me share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggested. I have I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the the big strike that they have four five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast to category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as the initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. By the time. The storm hit still bad, but it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. This forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I come. You could follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricanes citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven. Which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday they were saying a hundred and fifteen mile an hour winds, but they weren't. Why were they were saying hundred and thirty all day yesterday? And they were really one hundred and fifteen didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in Annapolis storm during the day to day, and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category two, and it's gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina, North Carolina coast. Now splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. When all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you don't rush told us. This was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said, so that you remember in case you forgot this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than models. This is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. Want to nothing to sneeze at? But there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that you don't know you we've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac part to a Boeing seven forty seven full Rev. That's another thing about these sorts that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense. It's decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. A human being Trump anybody complicit in a hurricane, and, you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change and the way it works is if Trump does believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change, and you got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. He's like the hurricanes are out there. And you know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes. They get really strong get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And know people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrass except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricanes should be intensifying. You got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take your last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric. Holt us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling by made a comment saying that these things have become very politicized as you're not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that deny.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:10 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Share something with you. Folks. I always wondered. All week long. I have been suggesting. I have been informing everybody in the path of this hurricane that from four to five days out, the path always changes the target for landfall. You know, the big strike that they have four or five days out never holds because forecasting. These things is an imperfect science and the track always changes the intensity, always changes. So if you're if you're in the bullseye four days out, the odds are you're not going to be in the bullseye. When the thing hits, this is not to be critical of anybody. And I've also pointed out that in my experience only two times as a hurricane veteran. A resident of Florida only twice. Has a hurricane's intensity. When it hit been exactly what was forecast. Most of the time. The hurricanes are not as strong. I give a forecast to category. Four to hit it usually is a category two are sometimes less, but it's it's seldom as strong as. The initial forecasts the initial forecasts are what caused the panic the initial forecasts are what caused the stores to be empty of water and food gasoline stations to be absent gasoline and all that. By the time. The storm hit still bad, but it's not nearly as bad as originally forecast. The same things happened here. Forecast path is nowhere near I shouldn't say nowhere near but it's markedly different from what it was four days ago. And now the intensity yesterday they were telling us going to be hurricane category. Four now, it's down to one hundred and five miles an hour, and maybe even less I track the hurricane hunter airplane missions, my friends, I guess, I shouldn't divulge that. But I do I have the super secret website. And I can I can you can follow anybody. If you know the website you can follow the hurricane hunter sending its data out as it's in the storm. And for example, all day yesterday. The winds were max one hundred fifteen miles per hour. But they didn't report that until the eight o'clock update last night on not criticizing anybody. Please understand. I'm the first to tell you, I am not a meteorologist. I'm not a hurricane forecasting expert. I am a highly experienced hurricane citizen veteran. And whenever one of these things is headed your way you face the loss of a lot. So you'll learn how to track them how to deal with them. That's what I've done since being a resident here since nineteen ninety seven which was just twenty years. That's a lot of experience. So. This storm yesterday. They were they're saying a hundred fifty mile an hour winds, but they weren't. They were saying a hundred and thirty all day yesterday. And they were really one hundred and fifteen didn't report one hundred fifteen to eight o'clock last night. Now, the reporting hundred five hurricane hunter is zipping in and out of the storm during the day to day and we'll see so it's gone from category four to category. Two and it gone from a direct hit halfway up the Carolina North Carolina coast to now. Splitting the difference between South Carolina, North Carolina. Wh when all this comes to pass when I tell you on Tuesday. That what happens on Thursday? I wonder how many of you remember just a human being? I just wonder how many of you you don't rush told us. This was going to happen. I just wonder how many people are out there. I know you're not focused on me, you're focused on you like everybody else is focused on themselves. But I I still wonder which is why sometimes I come here and tell you what I said so that you'll remember in case you forgot, but this is a service. It's a public service. It's my public service here is intended to calm people down. Because these original forecasts. Sometimes they're right like I can count I can count two of the storms that have hit us that were as intense as the forecast said they were going to be I can't I can't recall a time where a hurricane forecast to hit a certain spot four days out. I can't recall that spot being hit. They always change. The track is always moving. The models are always showing something different and the weather service Hurricane Center, they have to make the best judgment as to which model. They think is the most accurate of all. And there are. I mean, there are many more models than what you'll see on a website spaghetti model graphic and they rely on much more than than models. So this is still going to be a huge rain event because it's going to stall it's going to slow down and category to category. One nothing to sneeze at but there's a huge difference between category four and category. Two or category. One. There's a huge difference in fifty mile an hour winds and seventy five mile an hour winds. And if you haven't lived through that, you don't know. We've all been in forty mile an hour. Wind gusts many times on the golf course. But when it gets sustained up to seventy five you think you think you're on the tarmac part to a Boeing-747 full Rev. That's another thing about these terms that allowed as they can be however, despite my being factually, correct remember yesterday, we told you the Washington Post did a story that Donald Trump is complicit in this hurricane. So I have a question. If CO two and climate change are responsible for the increasingly intense storms. Well, this one is not increasingly intense decreasingly intense. Can we say Donald Trump is complicit in the storm weakening? Because just yesterday Donald Trump was complicit in the storm's destructiveness, it was absurd. It's downright stupid and crazy, but the Washington Post had it in one of their stories one of their headlines. A human being Trump anybody complicit in a hurricane, and you know, why because Trump doesn't believe in climate change and the way it works is if Trump does a believe in climate change or anybody else doesn't believe in climate change. You got a hurricane. It's the person who doesn't believe in climate change his fault. It's like the hurricanes out this. You know, what we want to embarrass these people that don't believe we are affected by climate change. So the hurricanes they get really strong. They get really destructive just to embarrass the human beings that don't believe in climate that that's what the Washington Post is essentially saying. Human beings are are outsmarted by hurricanes or which I guess have their own brains brain stems and central nervous systems because they're able to play tricks on us. They're able to identify. And know people who are disbelievers in climate change. And then they started to embarrass me except except this hurricane. I guess didn't get the message because it's losing its intensity. There's warm water. It ought to be getting stronger every rule in the book says this hurricane should be intensifying got warm surface sea level temperatures. You don't have much wind shear. So why is this hurricane decreasing, and it's intense, and there are meteorological answers to this, and I could provide them to you. But I would lose you in the first twenty seconds. It's really in the weeds kind of stuff, but there are meteorological reasons, not climate change reasons, not not wild, guess reasons. They're meteorological reasons why the storm is weakening when everything that you think, you know, says it should be strengthening. Well yesterday. Donald Trump was complicit today. I in the same paper. The Washington Post. I your beloved host have joined Donald Trump in complicity for hurricane Florence. We take your last night Washington Post website, they posted a video up, Ed. By a meteorologist named Eric us about hurricane Florence and the politics of climate change wrestling Bonita comment, saying that these things have become very politicized as you not folks forecast, and the destruction potential doom and gloom is all to heighten the belief in climate change people that.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Right. Phil beats North Carolina hurricane Florence is closing in on the east coast tonight ready to deliver. What famous calling a Mike Tyson punch starting in just about twenty four hours or cane tropical storm and storm surge watches and warnings. Now cover ten million people from the Carolinas to Virginia Florence was downgraded today to a category free high sustained winds one hundred and twenty miles an hour, but these store more than three hundred miles wide is expected to pick up strength over the warm waters of the Atlantic before making landfall we have a team of correspondents in the hurricane zone or more than a million residents have been told the head to safer ground says he evacuation orders throughout the region. We're about to take effect we Doug gale strap who's written out every hurricane here for the last thirty years. Fran bertha. Floyd all of them the worst. It has the potential. He told us once his vote is secured secures anything in Vienna. Storm like Florence setting a few miles inland. Whereas of now, he's hoping for the best if it comes to shore four or plus four plus or five, I'm I'm leaving Florence is being done with such strength. Forecasters say she may literally reshape the Carolina coastline probably headed later on the day began in Raleigh North Carolina where we met governor ROY Cooper, the state's emergency operation center. How worried are you right now? Well, I'm very concerned about this storm the governor wants to avoid a repeat of hurricane Matthew two years ago which killed twenty six north Carolinians predictions are for floors to be far more violent storm. Are you ready? We're ready, and we're trying to get those last stragglers off of the barrier islands. This is what many of the rows. Look like in North Carolina. Look at the other side of the highway. It's closed of bumper to bumper traffic. It often is in many of these just ahead us Paddington coast. Vehicles with on Ronald bats guessing up then planning to stay puts the eighty one year old Barbara closed his shop and is planning to hunker down her home with disabled seventy seven year old wife. Would shoulder and just in the path of workforce is expected to make landfall Gordon Rettig. Also a hurricane veteran who he can wait out yet. Another storm the names of all the McCain's here since ninety three Fran Bonnie. How much does this one scare you compared to the other ones? Well. AM? And I'm not scared now. All right. So helping track the hurricane here tonight as meteorologist Megan Glenrothes have WBZ in Chicago looks a little bit different than Chicago right now. It has been sunny. Most of the day today. That's gonna change quick talk about the track deceptively nice out here right now because we've got a cat three likely headed right here over the course of the next twenty four hours or so so by about two PM on Friday, we're looking at a land falling potentially along the Carolina coastline expecting it though. Unfortunately to begin to ride the coast southward, so that's the change each consecutive model. Run has added to that shift, unfortunately, and that's going to present a problem,.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"hurricane veterans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Orders that is the largest peacetime evacuation that we've seen in our country hurricane Florence is a storm that even hurricane veterans who have been through dozens of decades of hurricanes recognize that it will change this beautiful beach front landscape, and as you just noted the impacts will be felt well inland. And then the report goes on obviously with the people that are impacted. But the thing I noticed about this storm as I was listening to cover. Coverage and perhaps you felt the same. This is affecting a large swath of people in a way that maybe, you know, a hurricane that's hitting the tip of Florida, or you know, a Caribbean obviously damages damaged in hurricane is a hurricane. But in this particular case the cone of what do they call it? The cone of wherever the hurricane comes ashore. There's a term for it is just so massive that so many different parts of the eastern seaboard from Virginia North Carolina, South Carolina, and then inland, of course, you know, Maryland and West Virginia. So many places that are due to be impacted storm. Yeah. Yeah. In to his point, you know, this is going to be an unseen unheard of amount of people evacuating, and so just that one million to get your brain or a mandatory evacuation. So that'll be the news today, and we'll continue to follow that when we come back. Elizabeth Ries is bringing all the dirt from Hollywood will follow that.

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KOMO

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"hurricane veterans" Discussed on KOMO

"The home of the huskies this is komo news please don't fires around arshty coming up after abc covers the world it's 9 o'clock from abc news i'm dave packer hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants were brought to the us as children are waiting for president trump's announcement on daca white house officials telling abc news the president is leaning toward phasing it out abc news chief white house correspondent jonathan karl tells us support is routed full force on labor day from chicago to miami protesters out in support of the hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who may soon be stripped of their legal status white house officials tell abc news the president is leaning towards phasing out daca the program put in place by president obama to give legal status for the dreamers undocumented immigrants who came to the us as young children attorney general jeff sessions expected to have an announcement on it tuesday morning with barely nato mission another hurricane is threatening the caribbean and the us erbas strengthening further expected to become a category four with one hundred fifty mile an hour winds sustained what it impacts portions of the leeward islands tomorrow same martines prime minister william marlin shutting down on the island it is mandatory that all businesses including casinos whether in a hotel property all standalone throws at twelve noon on tuesday afternoon here at home the national hurricane center now says that there is an increasing chance florida and the florida keys we'll see some impacts former florida governor rick scott monday declaring a state of emergency abc's lindsey janice shelves across florida empty as irma takes aim at the us you wait until last minute there's nothing that he found in its total chaos after harvey even hurricane veterans are preparing for the worst us ambassador nikki haley says kim jongun is begging for war after north korea tests detonated what is believed by us officials to be a hydrogen bomb you're listening to abc news attention all cpap users this is.

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