The storm is expected to bring 90 mph winds, heavy rain to the city of 9 million Hagibis is expected to make landfall in Japan sometime Saturday afternoon, with wind gusts topping 100 mph. (CIRA/RAMMB/JMA) October 11 at 4:47 PM Super Typhoon Hagibis is inching closer to Japan while packing 130 mph winds and heavy rains. The storm is ominously eyeing Tokyo, which lies directly in its path.
The impacts remain unchanged, but the system has earned a name Subtropical Storm Melissa swirls south of Cape Cod; fall foliage is also visible in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont into adjacent upstate New York. (CIRA/RAMMB/NOAA) October 11 at 3:22 PM Were you expecting a (sub)tropical system to be named today? For many wind and wave-battered New Englanders, the fact that the damp nor’easter that’s been stubbornly lingering for days now has a name — Melissa, is probably a bit confusing.
Thursday, October 10th, 2019 Baltimore County Police Department UPDATE 1:52 pm: The item has been determined to be an inert simulated explosive device typically used for training purposes. BCoPD will continue to investigate to determine the origins of the training tool. Roadways will reopen shortly. ^jzp 1:27 pm: BCoPD is on scene investigating a suspicious item found by an MTA bus driver on North Rolling Rd at Fairbrook Rd. Rolling Rd is temporarily closed between Security Blvd & Rolling...
Believe it or not, waterspouts are entirely possible in the wintertime — even amidst snow. You can generate enough lift/instability with a roughly 45°F temperature gradient between the water (or even ground temp.) and 850 mb.
Same phenomenon that gives rise to “sea smoke.” pic.twitter.com/ZP0jZyQGD1
@Livestormchaser@El_ValTal_99@WeatherBug Was doubtful at first, but upon speeding up the video, rotation/translation/upward motion is all there; awesome capture. Do y’all know if any specific time/location information is available? Many thanks.