Saturday 7 September 2019

Something stinks regarding the erratic stormpath of Hurricane Dorian: We've never had a Category 5 park itself in the Atlantic before racing away at 41 km/h


Something stinks regarding the erratic stormpath of Hurricane Dorian, something fishy, one might say...

Earlier this week, record-busting Cat 5 Hurricane Dorian was confirmed as the second-strongest Atlantic storm on record with sustained winds of 185 mph and gusts topping 220 mph (350 KMH). This monster smashed into the Bahamas and then did something I have never seen before, Hurricane Dorian parked itself over the islands for almost 48 hours, it just sat there, like a giant drill boring into the Bahamas, then as the hurricane began to weaken it started moving again.

Hurricane Dorian's natural course after it left the Bahamas should have been a direct hit, bullseye, into the city of Miami but the hurricane suddenly changed course and an almost incredible 90 deg waver from its original direction West sent it Northwards along the Florida east coast and up into the Carolinas and hugging the US East Coast. Nothing unusual there, except, after parking itself over the Bamahas for 48 hours earlier in the week, Hurricane Dorian is now literally racing towards Canada.

From stationary to racing away toward Canada!

On the 25th of August Dorian was announced as a tropical storm and was moving 22 km/h
direction, 280 ° - W in the Atlantic.
On the 29th August Dorian was classed as a hurricane category 1 and was moving at 20 km/h direction 320 ° - NW

On the 1st September, Hurricane Dorian is pronounced a cat 5 hurricane as it approaches Florida, it begins to slow down and is now recorded as travelling at 11 km/h, 270 ° - W
Dorian is confirmed the second-strongest Atlantic storm on record with top sustained winds of 185 mph with gusts topping 220 mph (350 KMH)

On the 3rd September, Hurricane Dorian becomes stationary over the islands of the Bahamas.

On the 4th September, Hurricane Dorian weakens to a cat 2, Dorian suddenly begins to move again 9 km/h heading north.

On the 7th September Hurricane Dorian, cat 1 is racing direction NE at 41 km/h racing toward Canada and later in the week the UK.

The Official explanation

Since hitting the Bahamas as a Category 5 storm on Sunday, Hurricane Dorian has unleashed torrential rain and winds of up to 185 mph, and while it weakened to a Category 4 on Monday, it didn't move on, crawling toward the United States at just 1 mph as if some unknown force was holding the storm off the coast of the US.

Jeff Masters, the meteorology director at Weather Underground, claimed steering currents at 18,000 feet above ground are too calm, and not pushing the hurricane in any direction. There is a high-pressure system in Bermuda that is keeping Dorian from heading north, as well as a low-pressure trough going east that is attempting to push Dorian to the north. These two systems are "fighting it out and neither is winning," Masters said. With no airflow pushing Dorian in any direction, it is "stationary," the National Hurricane Center said. "This is unprecedented." "We've never had a Category 5 stall for so long in the Atlantic hurricane record." Hurricanes need warm water to keep going, and storms that stall eventually dissipates because they keep churning up cold water from below the ocean's surface. Although the Bahamas and Gulf Stream are areas that do have deep warm water, Hurricane Dorian should still weaken a bit, even if it doesn't get moving.

Was Dorian steered clear of Florida?

According to Dane Wigington of Dorian was held away from the American mainland by geoengineering.

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