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Topic Title: 8 Ways The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Has Been Weird
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Central Floridave

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8 Ways The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Has Been Weird

https://weather.com/storms/hur...hurricane-season-weird
 09/08/2022 10:31 AM
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StirfryMcflurry

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When the going gets weird.... the weird turn pro!
 09/08/2022 12:03 PM
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matt_t

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feels like 1998 without the county being on fire
 09/08/2022 02:40 PM
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Central Floridave

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Oh yea, that year. 98. I found it interesting this year so far of Bonnie going into the pacific and no storms in August.
 09/08/2022 03:51 PM
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910surfer

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A article about nothing.
 09/24/2022 06:36 AM
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Central Floridave

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Fiona has hit Atlantic Canada, likely to leave a path of heavy rain, strong winds, power outages and flooding in its wake.
CTVNews.ca outlined Fiona's destructive potential in five graphics, as residents prepare to brace for the extreme weather ahead of the storm's landfall, which happened on Saturday morning.
OVER THE ATLANTIC, TOWARDS N.S.
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This map shows Hurricane Fiona's position in the Atlantic as of Friday morning, approaching Nova Scotia.
As of early Friday afternoon, Fiona had been moving over the Atlantic Ocean, north of Bermuda. The storm had battered the island with heavy rain and high winds as a Category 4 storm before weakening to a Category 3.
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"As of midday today, Hurricane Fiona was located about 900 kilometres to the south of Halifax, still a very, very powerful storm with winds of 215 kilometres per hour. And the motion at that particular time was 56 kilometres per hour towards the northeast," said Bob Robichaud of the Canadian Hurricane Centre in a media briefing on Friday. "So it has started that increase in forward speed that we were expecting over the last few days."
MAKING LANDFALL

This map shows where Fiona could make landfall on Saturday morning as a possible Category 3 hurricane.
Fiona is expected to make landfall in north-eastern Nova Scotia as a post-tropical storm on Saturday morning. As of Friday, the storm is a Category 3 hurricane and experts say it could maintain that strength by the time it makes landfall.
"If it does, it would be the first time that has happened through Atlantic Canada. It will also likely record the lowest surface pressure in Canada," Kelsey McEwan, chief meteorologist of CTV's Your Morning, said on Friday.
 09/25/2022 08:18 AM
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Cole

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Originally posted by: 910surfer

A article about nothing.


An article, and I liked it.



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 09/25/2022 04:32 PM
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StirfryMcflurry

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9. fshkreeper breaks out of NSR
 09/25/2022 04:39 PM
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Keep Shreddin it StirBobMcKook Styleee yo!

U Big Rippah!

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 09/26/2022 04:55 AM
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Cole

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Old typhoon slams Alaska. 50 foot swells!

http://www.npr.org/2022/09/16/...oon-merbok-storm-coast

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 09/26/2022 04:58 AM
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dingpatch

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But, then again, for us, , , , , , , The Fat Lady may not even be in the building yet, much less warming up to Sing, , , ,!

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 09/29/2022 03:23 PM
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nukeh2o

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Storms go from depression to batshit crazy in a matter of days....over and over and ..
Because they hit very warm water....over and over.
Why is that folks?
It's all a Chinese plot to destroy our economy?
They're using a directed hurricane weapon to destroy us?
duuuhhhuuuh.......



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Edited: 09/29/2022 at 04:32 PM by nukeh2o
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