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Huge swirl of color hits the U.S.!

The huge swirl of colors approaching land is hundreds of miles wide.

The huge swirl of colors approaching land is hundreds of miles wide.

In an unprecedented occurrence, a huge area of bright colors has reached the coast of Florida. Not a hurricane or any weather disturbance, the colors had been circling just over the ocean, and now have hit land. Aircraft sent up by NASA to investigate the phenomenon have returned colored red and yellow. “We have no idea where these colors came from,” said a NASA spokesman. “They don’t appear to be dangerous in any way, so there’s no reason to evacuate anyone in their path.” Scientists who have examined pictures of the phenomenon say people in the path of the colors should stay indoors, because everything is being painted yellow, red, blue, green or purple. “Houses, roads, bridges, cars – everything will be brightly colored,” said a scientist. “People in South Beach won’t notice the difference, but everyone else in Florida and possibly Georgia will find everything in their cities completely dyed with a rainbow of colors.”

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Monday, October 21st, 2013 Uncategorized No Comments

Weather Channel to start hurricane – just to cover it!

Powerful convection machines will be harnessed together in the Atlantic to actually create a storm.

Powerful convection machines will be harnessed together in the Atlantic to actually create a storm.

It’s been mighty quiet on the weather front – and the Weather Channel is panicking. After all, they’ve got dozens of weather reporters with nothing to report, sending their ratings into a downward spiral. As far as hurricanes go, it’s been an uneventful season – the 8th year since the last Category 3 hurricane to make landfall. For that reason, the channel is attempting to start a hurricane itself, using sophisticated technology. Huge convection machines are being set up on an island off the coast of Africa, powered by electric generators onboard three ships. The convection machines are set up to blow air at hundreds of miles an hour in a clockwise direction. If the conditions are right, that will force the atmosphere in the area to rise, adding to the winds and actually starting a storm, which the Weather Channel is hoping will become a hurricane. Once the storm starts, the Weather Channel will finally have something to track, showing satellite images and using sophisticated equipment to estimate where the hoped-for hurricane will head. “Chances are, the hurricane won’t approach the United States, much lass make landfall,” said a source. “But if it does, the Weather Channel stands to gain incredible audience share.”

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Thursday, October 17th, 2013 Uncategorized No Comments

Get ready for Hurricane FooFoo!

 

Tropical Storm FooFoo is the first to be named by a 9-year-old girl.

Tropical Storm FooFoo is the first to be named by a 9-year-old girl.

Well, it’s finally happened. The World Meteorological Organization has run out of names for hurricanes and cyclones. Every common name has been used, and to repeat names would be confusing. So the President of the WMO, David Grimes, has turned to his 9-year-old daughter Samantha for help. Thanks to Samantha, who loves naming her dolls, pets and toys, the list of potential names for tropical storms and hurricanes includes Fluffy, Peanut, Lucky, Muffin, Sugar, Sparkle, Pumpkin, Kiki, Trixie, Princess and Mittens. In fact, Tropical Storm FooFoo is forming in the North Atlantic, with powerful winds that, if they increase to hurricane strength, could bring major damage to the Caribbean area.

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Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 Uncategorized No Comments

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