Monday, May 23, 2011

It is a danger time for the USA with 116 dead accounted for in Joplin.

I don't believe it is appropriate for me to lauch into song about anything else right now.  Not that everything that comes to mind isn't important, but, the troposphere is a disaster and it isn't getting any better.

Below is a UNISYS Water Vapor Map of the North and West Hemisphere.  (click title for 12 hour loop - thank you)

There is a dynamic that cannot be ignored just south of the Azore Islands in the East Atlantic.  When viewing the 12 hour loop, this tropospheric depression is stable.  There is similar phenomena in triplicate in the Pacific, East of the Hawaiian Islands, over the Hawaiian Islands and Northwest of them.  That leaves a limited space for the turbulent air to occur.  I am concerned this weather pattern will sustain for a time.  The outbreaks are rapid and spontaneous over land.  I am concerned.

UNISYS Water Vapor Satellite of North and West Hemisphere
May 23, 2011
WASHINGTON — More severe weather is on the way for the southern and central United States, forecasters said on Monday, just days after the worst single tornado in modern US history killed 116 people in Missouri.
A new tornado watch was issued Monday for Oklahoma and parts of southern Kansas due to an "evolving tornado threat," said Russell Schneider, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Storm Prediction Center.
The central United States was warned to brace for more big storms on Tuesday.
"We are currently forecasting a major severe weather outbreak for Tuesday over the central United States with strong tornadoes likely over Oklahoma, Kansas, extreme northern Texas, southwest Missouri," Schneider said.
The warning was extended to the area around Joplin, Missouri, which was hit hard in the weekend tornado, and would also include cities like Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City....

The tropospheric dynamics of the Joplin storms reached 18,000 feet in height.

Eighteen thousand feet is about three and a half miles up.

Some meterologists are stating they haven't seen anything like this, there are torndoes and weather 'preceding' the arrival of the front.

Some time ago I mentioned how there appeared to be a development of 'dual' fronts. 

I believe the reason for this can be understood in the 'limitations' of the troposphere and the velocity it can withstand.  We know now there is a limit to the strength of hurricanes.  At one time it was believed that hurricanes under Human Induced Warming systems could grow to a Cat Six.  We know now that is not the case.  What occurs instead is a higher number of 'incidence' as the 'calories' of heat accumulate.

In the case of tornadoes, we are witnessing 'multiples' of 'incidence' with every storm.  They used to be called 'tornado outbreaks' and were few and far between.  However, it is a growing 'norm.'  Where tornadoes actually 'seem to appear' previous to the arrival of a front, in other words, 'a double front' there are 'dynamics' CROWDED into a narrowing 'area.'

We know the gaseous layers of Earth have their 'limit' to the 'velocity' it can generate.  But.  What if the 'accumulated energy' EXCEEDS what is 'normal' to 'the maximum' AND the 'area' where it is occurring from high in the troposphere is increasing the 'energy concentration?'  Where then, will that 'accumulation' of 'vector energy' go?

The vector energy will be 'pushed' to where there is 'least resistence' to its 'presence.'  Where would that be?  Behind the storm system?  No.  There is already a 'full' dynamic that is resulting in a storm.  It will be 'pushed' to the front where pressures are higher, but, where there is 'less pressure' than is 'accumulated' in the upper troposphere attemtpting to 'reach the ground.'  There is also the issue of 'negative' and 'postive' ground charge that enters the picture.  The ground under a high pressure system will also be postiive while the upper tropospheric air mass is negative.  So, the 'natural' place for the 'amassed' air to 'vent' is a direction 'in front' of the weather system and not behind it. 

Dual Systems are burgeoning as 'the norm' as the troposphere resulting in 'upper extreme limits' become overwhelmed with 'calories' of heat. 

Have a better day.

There isn't much left of Joplin, is there?