10-13-2016, 10:45 PM #1
Remnant Typhoon to slam West Coast
Potentially 'historic' storms lined up to batter the Northwest
How biziare is this?
Hurricane-level winds possible in Pacific Northwest
How a Remnant Typhoon Could Bring a Destructive Windstorm to the Pacific Northwest
Just checking it out :
Henry Balensifer III @HenryBalensifer 33m33 minutes agoWarrenton, OR
Trees are disintegrating on Harbor Ave. Be careful.
Henry Balensifer III @HenryBalensifer 38m38 minutes agoOregon, USA
Power out in Warrenton
Last edited by CARIIS; 10-13-2016 at 11:00 PM.
10-13-2016, 11:02 PM #2
NWS models forecast a 1 in 3 chance that this could be a "worst case scenario leading to a historical windstorm for nearly all of western Washington that would be long remembered."
Starting Thursday, we will enter a period of extraordinarily active weather with the potential for heavy rain, flooding and a highly dangerous windstorm with the potential to be an historic event." Forecasters are saying this storm may rival the 1962 Columbus Day storm in intensity, with air pressure as low as 28.20 inches or 958 mb (this is at the bottom of the scale on home barometers). The '62 storm caused widespread damage through out the northwest.
10-13-2016, 11:31 PM #3
The Columbus Day storm! Growing up I heard amazing horror stories about it. Wow.Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence
10-14-2016, 01:24 AM #4
‘Murderous’ Columbus Day Storm of 1962 was spawned by similar typhoon now looming over Pacific
weather for the Puget Sound region, and the second swing of wet and windy weather could be a knockout.
The storm is forecast to hit the area Saturday night. On Thursday morning, National Weather Service meteorologist Danny Mercer said the storm had a one-in-three chance of becoming one of the five worst storms in Western Washington history.
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And analysis later Thursday show those odds increasing.
“Twenty-four hours later (after assessing previous models), it’s looking more and more like that may be the case,”
Oct. 12 is the anniversary of the windstorm that hit the Pacific Northwest in 1962.
after-effects of Typhoon Freda, which released its power when it moved in cooler mid-latitudes.
Similar conditions exist currently over the Pacific with Typhoon Songda, and strong storms are forecast over the next few days.
“Coincidentally, a weakening typhoon in the western Pacific may result in another strong wind storm here late this week,” said Ted Buehner, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “This is how the Columbus Day Storm was born.”
1962, wind speeds were recorded at 83 mph at West Point in Seattle and passed 150 mph
one-two punch of stormy weather for the Puget Sound region, and the second swing of wet and windy weather could be a knockout.
10-14-2016, 01:35 AM #5
10-14-2016, 01:38 AM #6
what is happening!!
Oregon hospital ER quarantined after people start hallucinating
just pardon the pun coo coo
Suspect found hanging in Phoenix police van
extremely critical condition
a domestic-violence suspect, was in the back of a police wagon and being driven to a booking facility early Wednesday when police say she slipped out of her handcuffs and fashioned a noose out of a shoelace.
Thats it -- too much insanity tonight ha!!
Last edited by CARIIS; 10-14-2016 at 01:50 AM.
10-15-2016, 12:54 AM #7
Tid bits Today is the real day- what follows is from the "baby" wave today
128 structures damaged after earlier tornado in Manzanita, Ore.; most damage minor, but 2 homes and 2 businesses badly damaged, local media reports - @KelseyWattsKPTV
Trees down in Kingsway in Vancouver, British Columbia as storms continue - @VancouverPD
National Weather Service confirms tornado in Oceanside, Ore., 2nd tornado in state since storms began - KGW
Cars stuck in flood water in Eastmoreland area of Portland, Ore. - @Katupino
Coast Guard assisting rescue of 40 youths, 6 adults stranded at camp on Lake Crescent in Clallam County, Wash. - @USCGPacificNW
National Weather Service Portland, Ore.: 'We have issued 13 tornado warnings between 1986 - 2015. We issued 10 today. 2 tornadoes confirmed so far' - @NWSPortland No code has to be inserted here.
Nearly 75,000 homes without power as wind storm whips Vancouver, British Columbia, metro area - Vancouver Sun
Hood Canal Bridge carrying Washington State Route 104 has been closed until further noticed due to high winds - @komonews
: Power crews restoring electricity after tornado hit Manzanita, Ore. - @KyleIboshi
4-year-old boy sustain serious injuries, his father with minor injuries after being hit by a falling tree limb in West Seattle amid storms - KOMO News
Seattle City Light says an estimated 7,300 customers without power, Puget Sound Energy says at least 42,500 affected as of 6 pm ET amid storms in the Northwest
Approximately 4,500 customers without power in Marysville, Arlington, Camano areas of Snohomish County, Wash., amid storms - @SnoPUD
Seattle City Light outage map shows more than 4,000 customers without power in West Seattle due to downed tree amid storm
10-15-2016, 01:05 AM #8
Big hit will be like 7-11 Sat night KIRO news
10-15-2016, 01:10 AM #9
10-15-2016, 01:13 AM #10
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