May 6, 2015 @ 7am pacific time
the night the winds whipped up pretty fierce and very sporadic here in
Indio, California. There would be a strong blast followed by an
immediate calm. This happened off and on throughout the night
between Tuesday evening and Wednesday AM. I knew there would be tornadoes
in the Midwest again, like maybe Oklahoma. I have felt and listened to
these winds here when they happen, a certain way, telling that a bad
storm is brewing, but often there's no rain, just wind. It's hard to
describe what makes them unique to forecasting a tornado.
For the past 4
years I have been noticing a pattern, when these certain types of wind
happen here in the Coachella Valley, they continue to the east of the
country and wreak havoc there, picking up more energy as they leave
I wonder if anyone at weather service has
noticed this? It's like it's an indicator of impending tornados. This
kind of thing has happened prior to almost every large tornado event
in the Midwest and East that I have noticed since about 2011.
May 8, 2015 @ 1 am pacific time
whipped through the Coachella Valley again, ones that said
"tornado likely in the Midwest". There were tornado warnings
issued later for those areas.
Climate changed before humans
May 7, 2015
Report on theguardian.com comes out
that world's CO2 levels are at their highest in over a million years
at 400ppm since before humans evolved. How they know so precisely
about C02 in the air a million years ago remains a mystery but it
doesn't stop those from saying it.
A couple of comments found on Reddit.com that appeared
on today's date May 7, 2015 that I just loved:
sendmessage stated: "CO2 is plant food.
It helps to feed people."
kinjinsan 2 stated: "When you set out to
find out what causes X you're fine. When you set out to prove that
A, B and C cause X you're likely to ignore factors outside of your
focus...Seems to me. This is one reason politics and science don't
always mix well."
There certainly are more people on Earth than 1
million years ago expelling CO2 all day and all night which could
More change in Indio could
May 24, 2015
There were heavy sporadic winds in Indio during the
night, indicating to me that the system will bring tornadoes to the
midwest. These winds would kick in like from out of nowhere, die down
and be still, and again come up. They always seem to prelude a tornado
burst in other parts of the country a day to two days after.
Tornado watch issued
May 26, 2015
There was 11 inches of heavy rain in Texas overnight
and causes massive flooding of historic proportions. There was a
tornado watch issued at 8:51pm. Click on image for LIVE current maps
and watches or visit this link
Colorado receives tornadoes
June 5, 2015
During the prior two nights there
were erratic winds in Indio, CA which could be a sign of air mass
traveling east that would cause tornadoes.
Were these tornados forseen?