Sunday, May 3, 2015

The coming storm linked to the sun?

 PAGASA says tropical depression east of Mindanao too far to affect PH. 

But from a youtube post today by SuspiciousObservers (US), a popular resource for solar eruptions and earthquake upticks, however, came the following message with images (below):
PAGASA: Tropical Depression east of Mindanao too far to affect PHL for now

More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/480742/weather/pagasa-tropical-depression-east-of-mindanao-too-far-to-affect-phl-for-now

PAGASA: Tropical Depression east of Mindanao too far to affect PHL for now

More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/480742/weather/pagasa-tropical-depression-east-of-mindanao-too-far-to-affect-phl-for-now
PAGASA: Tropical Depression east of Mindanao too far to affect PHL for now

More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/480742/weather/pagasa-tropical-depression-east-of-mindanao-too-far-to-affect-phl-for-now
PAGASA: Tropical Depression east of Mindanao too far to affect PHL for now

More from: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/480742/weather/pagasa-tropical-depression-east-of-mindanao-too-far-to-affect-phl-for-now
"We do have some news from beneath our feet. Not sure what the ground beneath the United States was thinking yesterday. But it tossed a four point in Michigan's way and a double tremor event in Mississippi.

"Other news has yet another volcano clearing its throat, this time in the Philippines that an earth spot event associated with the tropical storms spawned out of nowhere last night by the... factor from those solar eruptions. 

"Philippines, get this together. Storms in ground events."






Any link between the sun and tropical storms or hurricanes?

In a scientifiuc study presented at an American Meteorological Society conference and published in the scientific journal Geophysical Research Letters, apparently there is. The scientists studied the frequency of hurricanes and sunspots from 1851 to 2008, adjusting for other hurricane-influencing factors such as El Nino and changes in sea-surface temperature. 

According to an article on this study appearingppeared in USA Today, for hurricanes to form, the atmosphere must cool fast enough, at the right heights, to make it unstable enough for storm clouds to form. This thunderstorm activity enables heat stored in the ocean to be unleashed, developing into tropical cyclones. As the "heat-engine theory" of hurricanes goes, storm strength decreases when the layer near the hurricane's top warms.

 "Thus far we've not used sunspot information at all," said Chris Landsea, science and operations officer at NOAA's National Hurricane Center in Miami. "If it does prove to be a robust signal, we'll certainly consider including it in the future."

When Super Typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines in 2013, there was a related comment from a Bob Weber that appeared in another website. He said:

"I believe that recent solar X-flares are responsible for this particular extreme weather event. Conversely, the ongoing lack of solar activity until recently explains the dearth of tornadoes and hurricanes in North America this season. Does anyone remember that a large X-flare preceded Katrina?

"Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction forecasted a month ahead the high solar activity for the end of last month, and he was right, and his resulting weather forecast for the USA was right on the money as well and for the eastern Atlantic storm. EVERYONE should want to know how Corbyn knows ahead of time so far and accurately what the solar activity is going to be and how that relates to Earth weather."

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