Hurricane Jose Forecast

by Steve MacDonald September 19, 2017

Hurricane Jose is forecast to slowly weaken to a tropical storm as it tracks about 100 miles south of Nantucket on Wednesday. The main impact of Jose will be felt on Cape Cod and the Islands and will be similar to that of a strong nor`easter, with coastal flooding, beach erosion, locally heavy rainfall, and […]

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Storm Chaser Josh Moore and Family In Tampa, FL One Hour Ago

by Steve MacDonald September 10, 2017
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Because A Hurricane Can Be a Barrier to Abortion

by Steve MacDonald September 1, 2017

We created an emergency fund for #HurricaneHarvey survivors facing addtl barriers who are seeking abortion care: — Lilith Fund (@lilithfund) August 31, 2017 More at

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Hurricane Sandy Hook and Governor Crispy

by Steve MacDonald September 1, 2017

New Hampshire can rest easy knowing that Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter is not the dumbest member of congress. Glenn Reynolds suggested it could be at least a 100-way tie when linking to a story from the Free Beacon about one of the leading contenders for the “honor.” A woman who once complained that Hurricane names were […]

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Texas deserved the destruction wrought by Hurricane Harvey for Voting Republican

by Steve MacDonald August 30, 2017

A Professor is out of work after claiming on social media that Texas deserved the destruction wrought by Harvey for Voting Republican. TAMPA, Fla. —The University of Tampa has fired a visiting assistant professor who suggested in a tweet that Hurricane Harvey’s destruction is “instant karma” for Texas because it voted Republican. Sociology professor Kenneth […]

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4324-Day Major Hurricane Drought Ends in US- Watch Harvey Grow into a Cat 4 (Video)

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2017

The 4324-day major hurricane drought has ended. And I’m sure it’s all because of global warming. What is? All of it, everything, forever, amen.   H/T WUWT

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Percipitation Estimate for Hermine Through Monday

by Steve MacDonald September 2, 2016

Always subject to change but as of mid-week, this is the total precipitation forecast for Hermine through Monday night. The tight gradient means that a track farther out to sea would mean less rain and a track closer to the coast would mean much more rain. A shift east and we get less, west and those […]

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We Don’t Need No Stinking Hurricanes

by Steve MacDonald October 1, 2014
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Want to know a secret?  The word ‘Change’ in Climate Change means they can change the meaning every time nature proves them wrong…which is often. More snow, colder winters, growing ice-caps, cool rainy summers in the central plains, fewer wildfires, expensive liberal-owned beach-front property still above water,  everything that contradicts all their modeling and scare-mongering […]

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Free Market Gets Water To Hurricane Victims Faster…

by Steve MacDonald November 5, 2012

The first supplies of bottled water to arrive to aid those affected by hurricane Sandy did not come from FEMA, which has a large staging area in Georgia stocked with pallet after pallet of bottled water for just such an occassion.  Nestle America, without any coordination with FEMA or any government agency, provided half a […]

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And So It Begins…

by Steve MacDonald October 29, 2012

We already lost power at my house. Not surprising. Anyone want to start guessing how long it will take to get it back? Update from Skip:  1/2 hour ago, PSNH reported about 10,100 customers out.  Just now, 20,100.  Guess what just arrived!

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