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https://robertscribbler.com/2017/09/28/a-call-for-all-true-americans-to-stand-with-puerto-rico-in-their-hour-of-need/ The people that are responsible for climate change proberbly make money with everey disaster they-de facto-created. The mechanisms in society need rethinking. https://robertscribbler.com/2017/09/28/with-indicators-pointing-toward-back-to-back-la-ninas-nasa-shows-august-2017-was-second-hottest-on-record/

https://www.ventusky.com/?p=26.2;-63.1;3&l=wind&t=20171008/12 shows 4 stormsystems in the Atlantic/Caribean, and a hurricane west of Mexico sunday oct 8. This is just a model but also a warning.
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MrMBB333 Mississippi running dry near Memphis, (or is it not the main river ? DJ) should effect grain (and other) transport, water supply etc. New storm for Florida on its way oct 7, A pacific cat 4 might move inland via Mexico to bring extreme rainfall in Arizona. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjwjUkoAxEM





http://cci-reanalyzer.org/wx/fcst/#GFS.NATLAN-CED.WS10-MSLP 10 day North Atlantic wind showing 2 storms oct 7 (Florida and Atlantic maybe touching eastern Canada)

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season is an ongoing event in the annual formation of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin. The season has been very active, featuring five major hurricanes, the highest number since 2010 as well as the most accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) since 2005. In addition, it is potentially the costliest season on record, with a preliminary total of over $183 billion (USD) in damages, nearly all of which were primarily contributed to by three of the major hurricanes of the season: Hurricanes HarveyIrma, and Maria. The season also saw multiple rainfall records being broken, especially from Hurricane Harvey. The season is also one of only six years to feature at least two Category 5 hurricanes: Irma and Maria. Along with 2007, Irma’s landfall on Barbuda, and Maria's landfall on Dominica, also makes 2017 the second season on record to feature two hurricanes making landfall at Category 5 intensity. In addition, Irma was the strongest hurricane ever recorded to form in the Atlantic Ocean outside of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.[1] This season is also the only season on record in which three hurricanes individually had an ACE of over 40: IrmaJose, and Maria.


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BPEarthWatch following several disturbences in the Caribean https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC2R5A4ezlE One may become a hurricane oct 7-risk for Florida, Carolina's. 

MrMBB333 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_58btVJyFa8 Flash flooding for Puerto Rico, more rain on its way. Several storms developing in the Gulf-oct 8-9 (but that is to far for any certainty-models also not telling the same story. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_XWW9CNWMU Mississippi Rivergoing dry above New Madrd fault (?) (Region had more than enough rain, link with Mexican earthquake ? Did "Harvey" bring to much rain-crack in the river floor ?)

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At least two major storms for the US to watch; http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=5 Carabean and http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=epac&fdays=5 (Baja) California. 


BPEarthWatch solidarity with Puerto Rico-refugees; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=losz3Ik1XA0


https://www.rt.com/usa/405571-trump-puerto-rico-hurricane-relief/ (I am not even beginning to mention the "political chaos", I have worked in childcare with 2-3 year olds that are more adult...DJ)

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https://www.ventusky.com/?p=30.4;-84.8;3&l=wind&t=20171008/03 oct 8 cat 1 or 2 landfall between east Texas-Florida panhandle, Pacific storm seems to be gone in this model.

http://cci-reanalyzer.org/wx/fcst/#GFS.CONUS-CED.WS10-MSLP also has the Baja California strong storm moving up to California gone ! (Correction https://www.ventusky.com/?p=30.4;-84.8;3&l=wind&t=20171013/12 shows hurricane south of LA west of Baja California, also Climate Reanalyzer shows it oct 13. Storms forms further west in the Pacific, I was looking at the wrong depression Southern Mexico-developing. ) 

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/calm-next-atlantic-storm climate change link-more warming = more hurricanes.

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Tropical Storm Nate, expected later today, to hit Gulf Coast as a hurricane


http://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article176926726.html


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/weather/hurricane/article176926726.html#storylink=cpy
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13News Now; 17% of all named storms are in October https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMMpVtzjPSE&t=76 lots of good info; central American monsoon and very warm water makes "Nate" stronger, two times landfall in central America weakens it. The GFS (Global Forcasting System) and European models are showing different pathways. GFS=New Orleans, Euro is Florida Panhandle. 

BPEarthWatch also expects "Nate" to move close to west Florida and interact with the Disturbance #1-two depressions pulling on eachother (bringing lots of rain to Florida) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDNOkyVZT_M  (On the extended models another Gulf storm oct 20 moving towards the US)


MrMBB333 comparing "Maria" day 1 with "Nate"day 1; Nate is bigger....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAjVBLPshdA He expects "Nate" to get to cat 3 by the weekend bringing 1 foot+ (+30cm) of rain to the US gulf coast. 

DJ; Earthquake-wise the US was eerie quiet last few days, things seem te be getting back to "normal level"? 


The Pacific storm(s) are out of the models/or getting weaker fast.


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*BREAKING* Hurricane NATE STATE OF EMERGENCY And Evacuations Begin!


STATE Of Emergency Declared in Louisiana and Florida, If not already Mississippi and Alabama will follow.


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Nate aims at New Orleans amid worries about drainage system

https://apnews.com/f2342b605d8346a58b9604845b62a696/Nate-aims-at-New-Orleans-amid-worries-about-drainage-system

Williams said in a recent interview that council members recently learned pumping capacity wasn’t tested ahead of the hurricane season that began June 1.


this is unreal

after Katrina you would think keeping this pumping system in top operating condition would be a PRIORITY


corruption?

incompetence?

just plain stupidity?

its really hard to feel sorry for people who keep making the same mistakes OVER AND OVER

with Nate headed towards Louisiana maybe another MAN MADE disaster is going to occur ???



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The job market is hurting

Originally posted by BBC BBC wrote:

US employment fell in September for the first time since 2010 as hurricanes Harvey and Irma took their toll on the jobs market.

The Labor Department said 33,000 jobs were lost amid a record drop in employment in the leisure and hospitality sector


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MrMBB333 "Nate" may get to cat3-major hurricane-but moving fast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsr1c_uhelU

BPEarthWatch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mqhx2pIrIXg and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lH9c0d4ivtY  A 9 feet storm surge, on top of that strong waves, high tide (Full moon) and up to 1 foot of rain. Even as a cat-1 "Nate" can do a lot of damage.

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATCUAT1+shtml/070329.shtml? "Nate"now (much earlier than expected) cat 1. (MrMBB333 may be correct with cat 3)

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=5 Also some development central Atlantic-effecting logistics (air-ships).

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at1+shtml/032801.shtml?tswind120#contents How strong "Nate"will get when it reaches the Atlantic coast (DC/NY) ?



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http://edition.cnn.com/2017/10/07/us/hurricane-nate-forecast/index.html New Orleans; Of the city's 120 main drainage pumps, three major and eight smaller ones were offline Friday night, city records show. Also, all 24 major pump stations had backup generators, records show, as only three of five turbines that help power the city's oldest, most powerful pumps were available for service, a city water utility spokeswoman told CNN.
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http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATCDAT1+shtml/080252.shtml

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FKVtv2csUY BPEarthWatch; "Nate" fastest moving storm on record-up to 26 miles per hour. 
MrMBB333-"Nate"extreme cold top- (-90C/-120F) bringing hail, tornado's, rain-mostly east of New Orleans. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxYOVi-VMB8 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZJBcwFCmjg "very unusual hurricane, no eye ?"


Nate is expected to cause only a fraction of the damage that Katrina wrought (though it wouldn’t be the first time this season that forecasters underestimated a Hurricane’s potential for devastation). 

Nate makes a hyperactive 2017 hurricane season even more notable

Nate is the ninth hurricane of this hyperactive 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, giving it the most hurricanes since 2012. This makes 2017 tied for the 15th most hurricanes on record, according to Dr. Phil Klotzbach (Colorado State University). Nate is also the ninth consecutive named storm this year to reach hurricane strength (preceded by Franklin, Gert, Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia, Lee, and Maria.) The last time nine or more consecutive named storms became hurricanes was in 1893, when ten did so.

If Nate makes landfall as a hurricane in the U.S., it will mark the first time since 2008 that three hurricanes have hit the U.S. mainland. In 2008, Hurricane Dolly made landfall in far southern Texas on South Padre Island on July 23 as a Category 1 hurricane, killing 3 and causing $1.5 billion in damage. On September 1, Hurricane Gustav made landfall near Cocodrie, Louisiana as a Category 2 hurricane, killing 53 and causing $7 billion in damage. On September 13, Hurricane Ike hit the upper Texas coast as a strong Category 2 hurricane, killing 112 people and causing $35 billion in damage. That year also had 3 tropical storms strike the U.S. (Edouard, Fay, and Hanna), and was the last year to see six named storms hit the U.S.

Nate will bring the total number of 2017 continental U.S. landfalls by named storms to five, in addition to the landfalls by Tropical Storm Cindy, Tropical Storm Emily, Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma. If we include Maria's landfall in Puerto Rico, the U.S. will have had six landfalls in 2017. According to Dr. Klotzbach, average continental U.S. landfalling statistics since 1900 are 3.5 named storms, 1.8 hurricanes and 0.7 major hurricanes. The highest number of tropical storms and hurricanes to hit the continental U.S. in one year was 9 in 1916; 2004 had 8, and there were 7 in 2005.

A hurricane makes landfall in the United States during October about every two years, according to Dr. Klotzbach. Florida has been the most frequent target, with 28 October landfalls since 1878. In that same period, a total of 13 hurricanes have made landfall from Texas to Alabama during the month of October.



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http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=5 With post-tropical cyclone "Nate" still on the map "Ophelia"on the map-central Atlantic-expected to become a hurricane.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5zcIPqhELk MrMBB333-season looks like 2004/2005 with several "disturbances" to be expected.

In2ThinAir on "Ophelia", "Philippe" and "Rina" on their way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh7L1SKb2aY.  Update https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdO5V07DdB4&t=30s

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Atlantic_hurricane_season#Storm_names After "Rina" still four names left; Sean (in some models already on its way from West-Africa), Tammy, Vince and Whitney-there is an extra list for when these names are not enough. 


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r3hHVmyqPM MrMBB333 "Ophelia"expected to reach Ireland/Scotland with hurricane cat 1 force monday oct 16. Behind that two other storms following the same route-towards Norway. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at2+shtml/023933.shtml?mltoa34#contents 

(DJ; this is very extreme-could bring THREE storms next week to Ireland, Scotland, Uk, Norway !)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QEHTonRRdk In2ThinAir-models unclear "Ophelia" moving east ? (to "us" in the Netherlands ?).

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Extreme weather on its way to western Europe with "Ophelia" hitting Ireland monday as a cat 1, followed by another strong stormsystem friday/saterday.  (MrMBB333-sort of Tropical Storm, 984 Mb)https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/ophelia-hits-category-3-destructive-winds-tap-ireland :

To call Ophelia unusual would be an understatement. For one thing, it became a major hurricane at longitude 26.6°W, further east than any other formation of a Category 3 in the Atlantic. The former record-holder was Frances (1980), which became a Category 3 at 12.8°N, 29.8°W. Ophelia’s achievement is even more impressive when you consider its latitude: 34.8°N. In data going back to 1851, no other major hurricane is known to have formed anywhere close to as far northeast as Ophelia. The runner-up at Ophelia’s latitude range, Michael (2012), developed some 900 miles further west (see Figure 2 below).

Ophelia also extends this year’s count of major Atlantic hurricanes to six, a tally last achieved in 2004. Only two years have notched seven major Atlantic hurricanes: 1961 and 2005.


BPEarthwatch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQPePEssHrM, MrMBB333https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9R7YaIDYhA, risks for the US next week limited. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=2 A disturbance will bring more rain to Puerto Rico before moving north to the Atlantic (and later on moving to Europe).


The discussion on "Trump's Katrina" is "political", at least in Puerto Rico all should have clean water, medication, basic food, a roof. This is not the case. The US is failing to protect its citizens-with more bad weather to be expected (will Puerto Rico get snow this winter? The weather is absurd !). Other islands in the Carabean are doing better.  (Also in Texas http://robinwestenra.blogspot.nl/2017/10/abby-martin-chronicles-officail-neglect.html?spref=fb)

http://www.met.ie/nationalwarnings/default.asp DJ Ireland is a small country that will get hit by this storm(s) allover. It will need-just like the Carabean Islands-all the help it can get. 


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kinda reminds me of one of my favorite "doomer porn" books

THE FLOOD
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2111634.Flood

the Thames Barrier which protects London from flood tides is breached by a colossal storm
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In Dutch news; Saint/Sint Maarten-carabean island tourist season is coming-but the tourists stay away because most hotels and restaurants are not ready for them. They only can get ready again when the Netherlands, France, EU, invests large amounts. With more strong hurricanes coming years that is something that needs discussion...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0ome3DjNtw MrMBB333 more extreme weather for NW-US, Ireland/W. Europe, Japan.
October 18, 2017: More extreme weather breaking out in both hemispheres of earth. Atmospheric River - Super Typhoon - Super Low /SuperStorm. Ireland braces for yet ANOTHER round of tropical storm like conditions as 330,000 set around without power from Ophelia. (Ireland, Scotland, BC, Tokyo - 30 million people) https://www.pressreader.com/ireland/i... #MrMBB333
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‘The Big Dark’: Series Of Storms Stretching From China To U.S. Batters Northwest


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It isn’t just the sweltering heat that’s causing a post-apocalyptic medical crisis either. A lack of clean drinking water is compounding the problems. In one town, the medical team encountered an orphanage where children were on the verge of dehydration. The physicians flew in pallets of fresh drinking water to save the kids’ lives. Because of the lack of water,  Dr. Raul Hernandez, an internist based in San Juan, is bracing for an outbreak and possibly several deaths from waterborne diseases. He said Leptospirosis, a bacterial diseasespread through the urine of infected animals such as rodents, is becoming a growing concern. Due to a lack of safe drinking water, people are drinking from whatever water sources they can find just to survive, he said. If that water contains urine from an infected rat, the disease will spread, he said. So far, at least two deaths have been attributed to Leptospirosis in Puerto Rico.

Dr. Miguel Acevedo led the second team of emergency physicians from Florida Hospital. “They say it could take six to nine months for power to be restored fully in Puerto Rico. No hospital can plan to survive on generators for that long,” he said.

What doctors are dealing with in Puerto Rico is a “Mad Max kind of situation,” said Acevedo.

 

The reality here is post-apocalyptic,” he said. “You can’t understand the seriousness of it unless you see it.”

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association describes such weather patterns as “rivers in the sky” that transport water vapor from warm tropical areas to cooler regions.

“These columns of vapor move with the weather, carrying an amount of water vapor roughly equivalent to the average flow of water at the mouth of the Mississippi River,” the agency says. “When the atmospheric rivers make landfall, they often release this water vapor in the form of rain or snow.”

The Washington Post notes that while this week’s storm is certainly dramatic in its scale, atmospheric rivers this large have been seen before. Another over the Pacific Ocean in October 2009 hit central California and dumped up to 15 inches of rain over parts of the state.


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'Katrina brain': The invisible long-term toll of megastorms


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More than 1,800 people died in Katrina from drowning and other immediate injuries. But public health officials say that, in the aftermath of an extreme weather event like a hurricane, the toll of long-term psychological injuries builds in the months and years that follow, outpacing more immediate injuries and swamping the health care system long after emergency workers go home and shelters shut down.

That’s the rough reality that will soon confront regions affected by this year’s string of destructive hurricanes. As flood waters recede from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate, and survivors work to rebuild communities in Texas, Florida and the Caribbean, mental health experts warn that the hidden psychological toll will mount over time, expressed in heightened rates of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, domestic violence, divorce, murder and suicide.


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5 years ago to the day we first Herd of the possibility of "Sandy" as it was recognized as a tropical Wave in the Caribbean. 3 days Later would form in2 Hurricane Sandy. No one believed Sandy to be a threat until the last few hours on the 29th when Sandy made that famous Left Hook in2 Atlantic City New Jersey. Over 150 people killed and still to this day one of the worst #SuperStorms to hit the North East. Ireland and the UK prepare for yet another huge storm this one named "Storm Brian" (Second Storm on the list) A few disagreements on the actual place of landfall but being as big as it is all areas or Ireland/and the UK MUST be on high alert. this is said to be one fo the worst storms to hit the area ever. Finally we take look at Typhoon LAN heading to JAPAN. Not only is this storm significant in the fact that it may cause massive flooding and damage on the East coasts of Japan but the MJO effect may cause the system to follow the jet stream and slide down the west coast of the US causing server weather for the north West US then possibly causing cyclones in the Caribbean and gulf of Mexico.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVXrQBysI58 In2ThinAir; "Philippe"forming near Panama (half Gulf, half Pacific) will follow "Sandy"track. DJ Not showing on https://www.ventusky.com/?p=20.3;-69.4;3&l=wind and http://www.myfoxhurricane.com/custom/models/gfsext/gfsext_atl_pwater.html yet. 





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In2ThinAir update, Invest 93L may move north to the US as a hurricane. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMbuBBG6nHM and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okbf8KdjfsU tornado's in US. (Also mentions deep 6,7M Indonesia earthquake)

MrMBB333 "Lan" as a 2000 mile wide stormsystem moving towards Alaska-later on via Canada bring bad weather to the US. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ4dKCqHO2Y Already 18 meter/60feet waves south of Alaska. 


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In2ThinAir was expecting a major storm end of october-he may be correct. The "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Perfect_Storm_(film)" scenario could unfold for the US East Coast-states. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qM_gi38AhME.

BPEarthWatch also about the cold fronts in both the US and western Europe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmlxpZjnXAE

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at3.shtml?cone#contents Potential Tropical Cyclone 18 will bring a lot of wind and rain-even when it does not become a hurricane. 
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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-27/us-economy-unexpectedly-grew-30-q3-bea-ignores-impact-hurricanes-harvey-irma DJ; people invested in emergency food, extra petrol, car-repairs, had to rebuild their houses and shops-what an economic boost !

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2151474-la-nina-forecast-may-mean-even-worse-atlantic-hurricanes-in-2018/ DJ; Although 2017 was an extreme weather year (some) investors look further and the outlook is not good ! 

https://paulbeckwith.net/2017/10/28/arctic-sea-ice-is-much-thinner-than-we-thought/ Hurricanes and (extreme) storms often end up in the Arctic-breaking up a decreasing amount of sea-ice. 


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http://www.severe-weather.eu/mcd/some-snow-across-parts-of-eastern-europe-until-tuesday/ and https://www.facebook.com/severeweatherEU/ Extreme weather killed 6 persons sunday in Germany, Poland, Czech-republic. https://robinwestenra.blogspot.nl/2017/10/severe-storm-hits-central-europe.html?spref=fb and http://www.thejournal.ie/storm-europe-2-3670686-Oct2017/ and http://www.thebigwobble.org/2017/10/deadly-storm-hits-europe-causing.html?spref=fb

MrMBB333 extreme wind near Caspean Sea-Iran https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVu8J8cXIUs

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/franken-philippe-bring-damaging-winds-and-flooding-rains-northeast-us extreme weather on its way to New York/New England. DJ-Since Philippe is not a tropical storm anymore any damage by this unfolding storm will not be included in some statistics. https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/puerto-rico-gov-seeks-immediate-cancellation-of-whitefish-energy-contract/ In Puerto Rico (and other places) damage from earlier hurricanes is not getting fixed-so still people die. 

Extreme weather will effect food production, drinking water, logistics. 
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With the 2017 hurricane season ending in short (from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Atlantic_hurricane_season)

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was a hyperactive and extremely destructive season, featuring 17 named storms, ranking alongside 1936 as the fifth-most active season since records began in 1851, and the most active since 2012. The season also featured both the highest total accumulated cyclone energy (ACE) and the highest number of major hurricanes since the 2005 season. All ten of the season's hurricanes occurred in a row, the greatest number of consecutive hurricanes in the satellite era. In addition, it was by far the costliest season on record, with a preliminary total of over $368.66 billion (USD) in damages, which is more than double the cost of 2005’s total, and nearly all of which was due to three of the season's major hurricanes — HarveyIrma, and Maria. This season is also one of only six years on record to feature multiple Category 5 hurricanes, and only the second to feature two hurricanes making landfall at that intensity. This season is the only season on record in which three hurricanes each had an ACE of over 40: Irma, Jose, and Maria.

DJ; Several islands in the Caribean have had that much damage that their economy (often with tourism as a main source of income) will remain serious effected for years or decades. 


Looking at hurricane history and translating the damage to todays cost 2017 has been the most damaging season for the US. With 2005 in third place and 2012 in place 6 there is a trend. Hurricanes can do a lot of (indirect and direct) damage to the US. 

The outlook for the 2018 hurricane season is even worse than the 2017 outcome with more heat in the ocean. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/weather/hurricane/fl-reg-hurricane-seasons-ends-20171129-story.html
“Plus, hurricanes are like bananas — they come in bunches,” Masters said. “We saw hurricanes go bananas in 2004 [to] 2005, and it is reasonable to predict that me might see a similar 2-year spike in activity in 2017-2018.”

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With the indirect number of people dead due to Maria proberbly far beyond a 1000 in Puerto Rico "Maria" is getting far beyond "Katrina" in duration-and slowly also in still rising death-toll. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Maria#Undercounting_of_fatalities

Still large regions are without electricity and drinking-water. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-14/shocking-video-shows-what-everyday-life-puerto-rico-now

The worst part may be the message the US government is sending: We don't care. 

Other hard hit islands in the region do get more help from the "mothecountries" France, UK, Netherlands. When they are independent states also (conditional) help is possible. http://dominicanewsonline.com/news/ Corruption in many regions is-as always-a problem. For Puerto Rico (and the US Virgin Islands) being part of the US is a problem-since the US does not provide enough help-other countries do not want to go into US "home problems". 
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^DJ, the "bomb cyclones" striking the American North-East (Boston etc.) are similar to hurricanes, and all of these phenomena are being enhanced by global warming and climate change.  

We don't seem to learn our lessons over here very well.  Sad.
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CRS,DrPH, you are correct. "Bomb cyclones" are getting very strong-I should rename this item; "Can extreme weather destroy the US" or something like that.

Of course other parts of the globe do get more extreme weather as well-some area's can deal with it much less than the US. (Bangla Desh is one of those countries-a major storm could flood most of that country). 


The US (citizens) can prepare for some extreme weather. Water (almost always-extreme winds could cause otherwise) goes to the lowest point so in case of flooding you better have some low grounds that can deal with large amounts of water. When you build more reservoirs you might be able to deal with dry periods as well. 
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With Florence, Helena and Isaac on their way the 2018 hurricane season could bring a lot of damage to the US.

Already extreme weather did do a lot of damage around the globe. Japan, China (a.o.) getting hit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imBMuYnaCGk In2thinair

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwwUdWsNckI and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ze1PpAC4ruY Robert Scribler

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GguFxZz4WmE Levi Cowan/Tropical Tidbit

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

(DJ-Since a lot of hurricanes from the Atlantic first move west then north and east "we" in Europe often deal with hurricanes as (strong) storms. Sometimes those hurricanes end up as storms in the Arctic, bringing high temperatures and wind-so increasing melt.)
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Several hurricanes and storms may become a major risk for the US the coming week (and some of those storms may reach Europe later on).

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-09/hurricane-florence-could-cause-massive-damage-hundreds-miles-inland "Florence" in a worst case scenario could "hang out" for the North Carolina coast for 3 to 4 days as a cat-4 maybe even cat 5 hurricane. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvR0mDJps-k In2thinair is trying to describe the several "systems" on the move.

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/More-Flo-Latest-Helene-Isaac-Olivia-Paul-Mangkhut Hawaii, Texas, US Mariana Islands/Guam also facing "severe weather".

https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Hurricane-Florence-Expected-Rapidly-Intensify-Serious-Rainfall-Threat-US-East-Coast

DJ-Hurricanes can destroy the US-they are on their way doing so in the coming years due to climate change. "Florence" may bring severe damage possibly to even New York-effecting global trade. Damages could/will go into the billions-long term damage not expressed in numbers will be that coastal area's will become area's not to put any money in-des-invest, stop activities-since the chances for flooding, wind etc. are making profit (or survival) hard.
What could become "Joyce" may effect oil production in Texas, Gulf-of-Mexico.
There have been in the past also earthquakes related to hurricanes (and the movement of very large amounts of oceanwater-so pressure on the earths crust). With-at present-already a lot of quakes-the (east and central) US may see M4+ quakes ? (Also related to fracking)
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DJ-"Florence" itself can be very destructive for the South-East US. It looks like "Joyce" may follow "Florence" at the end of the week via Texas and then-possibly- moving to South Carolina-Virginia. Maybe even followed-next week-by "Isaac".

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ "Joyce" at this moment has a 70% chance of forming in 5 days in the Gulf of Mexico. "Isaac" is still in the Atlantic and expected to go between Venezuela and Cuba https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at4+shtml/030102.shtml?cone#contents

As I mentioned earlier-there is some statistical coincidence of hurricanes with earthquakes. Movement of large amounts of water=movement of pressure on the Earth's crust.

Several people also mentioned the risk for nuclear plants in the US. Nuclear (and other) plants need cooling water. Flooding can stop the influx of cooling water-overheating as a possible outcome.

Also energyplants need electricity to function. At Fukushima the energygrid did brake down AND diesel-generators broke down-this caused the meltdowns. Such a scenario is a (small) possibility for the US.

Extreme flooding and wind will most likely bring severe damage to the SE-US infrastructure. (Rail-)roads, electricity,(air)ports may be out of function for weeks or months.

Also many healthissues involved-spread of disease, lack of medication and care. This may mean the coming influenza-winter-season may see more fatalities in that region.

Prepare-stay safe-get out if you live in the area !
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This is an amazing website to view worldwide weather patterns in real time, including hurricanes in the Atlantic and Pacific!

https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/orthographic=-80.47,24.15,434
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