Sept. 28th – a shock a drop in temperatures
Sept. 27 – Major Heat Spike for Great Lakes
During early September each of the Great Lakes were cooler than normal, but as of September 26th each of the lakes had caught up to or even surpassed where they were this time last year when lakes were exceptionally warm after a hot summer.
Sept. 26 – heat and drought
Sept. 18thVery little to report here, except August-like temperatures! However, there is another hurricane, and this is a tragedy.
Major Hurricane #Maria using aggregate wind gusts to highlight projected storm path. https://t.co/HweaEBzlyRhttps://t.co/arA9mtYTI8 pic.twitter.com/5r46RNbGMw— wxcharts (@wxcharts) September 18, 2017
Sept. 10th – looks like a nice week!
I'm sure Hurricane Irma, now a tropical storm, will send some rain next week. Then, Hurricane Jose is still figuring out a plan.
Sept. 9th – crazy people watching for Hurricane Irma on live camera!
With #Jose strengthening to a Category 3 #hurricane, we now have 2 major hurricanes in the #Atlantic Ocean. pic.twitter.com/r6cKHjcRGA— CNN Weather Center (@CNNweather) September 7, 2017
Sept. 6th – Hurricane Irma is followed by Jose, and Katia.
There are now three hurricanes simultaneously in the Atlantic: #Katia, #Irma and #Jose @NASA #climatechange pic.twitter.com/4sDsf1iaZQ— UN Climate Action (@UNFCCC) September 6, 2017
Joker says Trump won't allow Jose into the US. They'll be OK.
#HurricaneIrma's position. Keep in mind 295km/hr are the max SUSTAINED winds. Following this on @weathernetwork TV pic.twitter.com/NVSDESOy2d— Michelle Mackey (@michellemackey) September 6, 2017
Sept. 5th – Hurricane Irma
BREAKING: #Irma becomes a Category 5 #hurricane with 175 mph maximum sustained winds. — The Weather Channel (@weatherchannel) September 5, 2017
That drop in temperatures we had here as well started with a pretty intense storm on Wednesday afternoon. The papers indicated the winds were at their peak around 160 kms an hour at one spot.
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