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- 40 West & African TW's
  • By Ian Martin Borde <readkrox51 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2021 11:35:37 -0400
Good Day, Good Everything,
People of Paradise

The 1st. (of Significance) Tropical Wave coming from Africa
is medium-large BUT embedded in the ITCZ
with Nascent Circulation.

My Take:
Good News first,I don't see it exiting the ITCZ before 50 West.
Bad News! Because of its size,
When it reaches it will be more than 50% Hazardous.

Trinidad had I believe 3 instances of minor floods already.

BIG Public Shoutout to Isabel. I don't know 'bout you?
But Isabel keeps me Sane and even Calm during Emergencies.

GOD Bless Isabel and all Correspondents, ...


- When the Dust Clears, . . . !
  • By Ian Martin Borde <readkrox51 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 4 May 2021 23:05:26 -0400
Happy May Flowers,
People of Paradise !

While surrounded by more than a Hint of Wet Season.
Let's remember today as 26 days (less than 4 weeks)
before the Official Start of The Storm / Hurricane Season.

There are ssooo many topics to talk about, . . . .
I had to come out from;
Hibernation/Self Isolation,
Scientific and Rescue Sabbatical. 

Since 2010 and the Haitian Earthquake and Tsunamis

Ok, Then !
There's, ... , COVID,
There's, ... , Vaccinations,
There's, ... , Safe Haven Tourism.

There's Earthquakes, Volcanos, Evacuations, Emigrations.
There's Smoke, Dust, Ash, Lava, Old Craters and New Vents,
There's Poisonous Gases, Liquids and Materials. Water Scarcity.
There's Communications, Security, Solidarity, Relief and Rescue.

To stop! (Distressing, what is Stressful!!!!!)
There's more than one inch of rain, floods, rough seas, rip tides

Thank GOD, nobody reported HIGH WIND, . . . ?

PS. Volcanic Ash is the Best-Known Fertilizer, ....

May God show us the Good in this.

Virus-free. www.avg.com

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