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Posted 12-09-13 05:14:18pm by Indy
ClimatePatrol.com lost a founding member yesterday. Co-founder and long time friend FatalWishes passed away December 8, 2013. He will be missed by everyone. Thanks for all the great years Jeff. I am glad we had the chance to play Unreal Tournament together and I am glad you and DanG were here to start this site with me. I wish we could have been there at the end for you.
We will miss you.
Hurricane Sandy Worst Storm in 100 years?
Posted 10-26-12 12:58:40pm by FatalWishes
Hurricane Sandy will probably grow into a “Frankenstorm” that may become the worst to hit the U.S. Northeast in 100 years if current forecasts are correct.
Tropical Storm Isaac Should Rival Hurricane Katrina
Posted 08-26-12 04:07:04pm by FatalWishes
Tropical Storm Isaac could pose a threat to energy markets and even rival Hurricane Katrina in its destructive power (Could Tropical Storm Isaac Turn Into Another Katrina?). While the computer models are still showing a substantial spread in solutions, it appears more likely that Isaac will make landfall somewhere near the Louisiana, Mississippi Gulf Coast. This track will provide the storm more time to intensify over the very warm water of the Gulf of Mexico.
Mid-Atlantic Power Outages Could Last Days
Posted 07-01-12 07:25:32pm by FatalWishes
It could be several more days before electricity is restored to areas hit by vicious storms that killed at least 13 people and left 3 million power customers to negotiate sweltering temperatures without air conditioning.
Across a swath from Indiana to New Jersey and south to Virginia, officials warned the heat wave could take a toll on the elderly, young or sick. Problems from the storms that began Friday ranged from a damaged prison in Illinois to tree-strewn train tracks that stranded 232 Amtrak passengers for more than 20 hours in West Virginia.
Sweltering Heat Blast
Posted 06-29-12 12:49:37pm by FatalWishes
A heat wave breaking all-time records across the Plains has reached the Ohio Valley, South and East, bringing 100-degree temperatures to more than a dozen states.
32K ordered to flee as Colorado blaze doubles in size
Posted 06-27-12 02:08:36pm by FatalWishes
Heat and flames from a destructive wildfire threatening Colorado's second-largest city were too intense Wednesday morning for authorities to fully assess the damage it caused overnight.
Officials don't know how many houses have been destroyed in the towering blaze that has forced mandatory evacuations for more than 32,000 residents, Colorado Springs emergency management director Brett Waters said. Among those urgently evacuated Tuesday evening were residents at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Colorado Wildfire Discussion
Stalled Tropical Storm to Soak Florida for Days, possible 25 Inches of Rain
Posted 06-26-12 10:32:03am by FatalWishes
Florida braced for as much as 25 inches of rain as Tropical Storm Debby lumbered toward the state's northern Gulf Coast on Monday, already drenching the state with heavy rains, flooding low-lying areas and spawning tornadoes.
Florida Flood Discussion
Death toll from twisters rises to 32 in 4 states
Posted 03-03-12 10:13:43am by FatalWishes
A string of violent storms demolished small towns in Indiana and cut off rural communities in Kentucky as an early season tornado outbreak killed more than 30 people, and the death toll rose as daylight broke on Saturday's search for survivors.
Massive thunderstorms, predicted by forecasters for days, threw off dozens of tornadoes as they raced Friday from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes. Twisters crushed blocks of homes, knocked out cellphones and landlines, ripped power lines from broken poles and tossed cars, school buses and tractor-trailers onto roads made impassable by debris.
28 dead as 'enormous outbreak' of tornadoes tears through U.S.
Posted 03-03-12 12:48:07am by FatalWishes
A devastating storm system moved across the United States on Friday, spawning a slew of tornadoes that contributed to at least 28 fatalities in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.
National Weather Service meteorologist John Gordon reported Friday afternoon the agency had about "half a dozen reports of tornadoes on the ground," as well as reports of "significant damage" -- making his comments before some of the worst twisters were reported.
Tornadoes kill at least 10, leave miles of devastation across wide swath of southern Indiana
Posted 08-28-11 09:59:38am by FatalWishes
HENRYVILLE, Ind. — Authorities in Indiana say at least ten people have been killed in violent storms that spawned tornadoes across a wide swath of southern Indiana.
Maj. Chuck Adams of the Clark County Sheriff’s Department said late Friday that one person had died in hard-hit Henryville.
...IRENE ABOUT TO RE-EMERGE OVER THE ATLANTIC WATERS...
Posted 08-27-11 06:45:54pm by FatalWishes
ABOUT 50 MI...80 KM SSE OF NORFOLK VIRGINIA
ABOUT 340 MI...545 KM SSW OF NEW YORK CITY
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...80 MPH...130 KM/H
PRESENT MOVEMENT...NNE OR 15 DEGREES AT 13 MPH...20 KM/H MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...950 MB...28.05 INCHES
IRENE IS FORECAST TO REMAIN A HURRICANE AS IT MOVES NEAR OR OVER THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST AND APPROACHES NEW ENGLAND. THE HURRICANE IS FORECAST TO WEAKEN AFTER LANDFALL AND BECOME A POST-TROPICAL CYCLONE SUNDAY NIGHT OR EARLY MONDAY.
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