[ExI] oh no, not this again...

spike at rainier66.com spike at rainier66.com
Sun Sep 11 02:11:42 UTC 2022



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From: extropy-chat <extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org> On Behalf Of BillK via extropy-chat
Subject: Re: [ExI] oh no, not this again...


On Sat, 10 Sept 2022 at 16:26, spike jones via extropy-chat < <mailto:extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:


>... Hmmmm… I had stopped worrying while we had two hurricanes blowing in the Atlantic, but Danielle just unexpectedly fizzled, so now we only have Earl left out there, and it isn’t as impressive as we had hoped.


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>>... BillK, are ye lads getting any relief from the heat at drought?


> spike

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>...Yup. There's been a slow-moving LOW over UK this week, so some rain every day.

Next week is a bit less rain, but a stormy start to the week.

The grass is going green again, as we get the late summer weather.


I notice south California is getting soaked from a Pacific storm.







Hi BillK, well dang.  They just did a fresh update.  Earl has broken up.  It's a failure.  A flimsy excuse for a European watering device.


There's something else that worries me even more.  You see where Earl is now downgraded to a post-tropical storm remnant, but there is nothing else out there.


Today was peak season for hurricanes.  In the average year, half of the year’s hurricanes have happened by 10 September.  We had five so far, three storms and two hurricanes, but none of them had any enthusiasm or sincerity.  The accumulated energy is less than half where we should be but now that curve will flatten out for at least 3 to 5 days, when it should be as steep as it will get for the year.




OK so… what’s it mean?  I fear it will mean a really dry autumn in Europe and probably lousy crop yields.  But something else doesn’t fit: hurricanes are supposed to go way up when sea surface temperatures are warm.  They are at record high temperatures (if you take an average) but these storms fizzled.


San Diego California didn’t get much of anything out of the storm either.


I doesn’t understands it.



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