Please Warn: Dorian Now A Category 5! 161 MPH (Hal Turner Reports)

Please Warn: Dorian Now A Category 5! 161 MPH (Hal Turner Reports)

CATEGORY 5! 161 MPH

CATEGORY 5!   161 MPH

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As of 10:40 AM EDT Saturday, August 31, Hurricane Dorian has strengthened to a Category 5 Hurricane, the highest rating, with maximum sustained winds of 158 MPH.  Trouble is, the computer models have NO IDEA which way this storm is going. They disagree if there will be landfall in Florida, Georgia, or South Carolina.   The models now seem utterly USELESS.  The literal Spaghetti model (above) is probably more accurate . . .

Take a look at the diverging computer models:

And another . . .

But this other model severely disagrees:

And this one disagrees with all the rest . . .

and another . . .

Wherever it ends up going, this storm is a MONSTER:

As of 10:58 AM EDT, the storm is now beginning to move over extremely warm surface waters.  It will pick up strength from that heat.

But the storm is between two High Pressure Systems, one to its northeast, the other to its south.  Those high pressure systems are forcing the hurricane west.

The High pressure system to the north is moving slowly eastward, which may open a lower pressure path northward IF it moves fast enough and IF the hurricane moves west enough.   It’s a friggin guessing game right now and at-stake are the lives and property of MILLIONS of people in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and elsewhere.

Weak steering currents & stalling storms should never be trusted.

With 72 hours before Dorian turns north, even a 1 mph error in the storm’s speed until then could result in a 72 mile error in how far west Dorian gets.

Stay vigilant. More changes could occur. It’s a tough one.

As of now, the only thing certain is the storm is terrifyingly powerful and wherever it goes, someone is going to have a very big problem.  Those in the southeastern US MUST have hurricane preparations.

This storm could go anywhere and if it comes at YOU, you’d better be ready.

And you may want to think twice about paying much attention to the National Hurricane Center projections.  The 1-Minute video below shows how wide-ranging and INaccurate their computer models for this storm have actually been!

Sure, we’d all LIKE to be able to rely on them.  But truth is, we only know two things: There’s a major hurricane coming at us, AND;

The people we pay to track these things seem to have very little idea where it’s going.

For Instance The last few ECMWF ensemble cycles continue slowing down Dorian’s track, w/ an increasing # of members showing a SW motion in the Bahamas.

A direct Florida landfall is still very possible.

We’re on our own.  Prepare.

 

UPDATE 1:29 PM EDT —

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster declares State of Emergency to prepare for potential impact from Hurricane

 

UPDATE 1:54 EDT —

Hurricane Hunter aircraft now confirm surface wind speeds of 161 MPH sustained.  Category 5

 

UPDATE 2:10 PM EDT

Mayor Francis Suarez signs emergency declaration for City of Miami for Hurricane

 

UPDATE 4:50 PM EDT —

Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the east coast of Florida from Deerfield Beach to Sebastian Inlet. 

 

UPDATE 5:00 PM EDT —

National Hurricane Center shows Florida quasi-hit (again) in latest warning cone

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