Daily Archives: September 10, 2017

Plummeting September 10 Temperatures In The US

September 10 used to be a very hot day in the US, but over the last 120 years September 10 temperatures have plummeted. On September 10, 1931 most of the Eastern US was over 90 degrees. Minnesota reached 107 degrees, … Continue reading

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Hurricane Inflation

For government work, 50 MPH is the new 130 MPH. http://wxug.us/25b6l Marine Buoy Forecast | Weather Underground The difference between the hype and the reality is stunning. Hurricane Irma: Winds and waves pounding Lower Keys | FL Keys News

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Hurricane Gilbert – Too Big To Turn North

Today is traditionally peak of the hurricane season. 08 Sep 2001, Page 7 – South Florida Sun Sentinel at Newspapers.com Hurricane Gilbert formed on this date in 1988. I was living in Houston at the time, and Gilbert was forecast … Continue reading

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