SEASON OF CANE
FLORIDA DEVASTATED BY YES ANOTHER MAJOR
Saturday Evening 7 p.m.
Jeanne continues to race towards
Southeast Florida. The eye should move ashore late tonight and early
Jeanne remains a dangerous category
three hurricane. Sustained winds of 115 miles per hour...with gusts above
150 miles per hour.
Sunset Tonight here in Paducah
Sunset outside of my house
Port St. Lucie and South - GROUND ZERO TONIGHT
Jeanne about to make landfall...Category Three
Jeanne Approaching the Coast on radar
Eyewall...Approaching the Coast of Florida
Jeanne with NUMEROUS shear indicators...possible
Southeast Florida Map
9 p.m. Eastern Time - Jeanne
Jeanne SLAMMING FLORIDA TONIGHT - EYEWALL
JEANNE SATELLITE PHOTO...10 PM EASTERN TIME
PORT ST LUCIE BEING POUNDED...110 MPH WINDS+
JEANNE - RADAR IMAGE 11 pm EASTERN TIME
FLORIDA UNDER THE GUN TONIGHT - ONCE AGAIN
A RECORD FOUR HURRICANES HAVE NOT DEVASTATED THE STATE.
BUILDINGS HAVE COLLAPSED ALONG THE BEACH AREA....JENSON
BEACH AREA PEOPLE ARE
TRAPPED INSIDE BUILDINGS THAT HAVE FALLEN.
JEANNE HAS MOVED ASHORE AT
THE SAME SPOT FRANCES MOVED ASHORE.
Hurricane Photos and info
EVERYONE IS SICK OF HURRICANES. FLORIDA OR
LISA IS MOVING WEST THROUGH THE ATLANTIC AND COULD BE A THREAT TO THE
UNITED STATES NEXT WEEK...A TON OF UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT HAPPENS WITH LISA.
LET'S ALL HOPE SHE MOVES AWAY.
Cartoon in Florida Today
Daily Cartoon in Florida Today...
Well why not, everything else has happened lately
Mount St. Helens
Notice of Volcanic Unrest
September 26, 2004
3:00 P.M., PDT
U.S. Geological Survey Cascades Volcano Observatory, Vancouver, Washington
University of Washington Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, Seattle, Washington
Seismic activity at Mount St. Helens has changed significantly during the past
24 hours and the changes make us believe that there is an increased likelihood
of a hazardous event, which warrants release of this Notice of Volcanic Unrest.
The swarm of very small, shallow earthquakes (less than Magnitude 1) that began
on the morning of 23 September peaked about mid-day on 24 September and slowly
declined through yesterday morning. However, since then the character of the
swarm has changed to include more than ten larger earthquakes (Magnitude 2-2.8),
the most in a 24-hr period since the eruption of October 1986. In addition, some
of the earthquakes are of a type that suggests the involvement of pressurized
fluids (water and steam) or perhaps magma. The events are still occurring at
shallow depths (less than one mile) below the lava dome that formed in the
crater between 1980 and 1986. The cause and outcome of the earthquake swarm are
uncertain at this time. Several causes are possible, but most point toward an
increased probability of explosions from the lava dome if the level of current
unrest continues or escalates. During such explosions the dome and crater floor
are at greatest risk from ballistic projectiles, but the rim of the crater and
flanks of the volcano could also be at risk. Explosions would also be expected
to produce ash clouds that drift downwind at altitudes up to several thousand
feet above the crater rim. Landslides and debris flows from the crater that are
large enough to reach the Pumice Plain are also possible. Such events occurred
at Mount St. Helens between 1989 and 1991.
We continue to monitor the situation closely and will issue additional updates
as warranted, whether activity escalates or returns to background levels.
VERY dry weather here - we need rain
September, 2004 has the potential to be
not only the driest September on record, but the driest month on record at
Paducah. Many locations across the region have received less than one tenth of
an inch of rain so far this month. Little or no rain is expected through the end
of the month. Barring any additional rainfall, this would be the driest
September on record at Evansville, and the driest month of any year at Paducah.
Tuesday the 28th
Hmmm oil is above $50 a barrel now.
There she goes - the meteor
Beautiful fall day here in Western Kentucky and
Southern Illinois. It is very dry though. Grass fires are becoming a
problem. We need rain!
The trees are starting to turn :) Makes me smile to see all the
colors. The next few weeks should be nice. I hope the dry weather
doesn't ruin the colors.
Grandmother is doing better and better. Hopefully she can come back
home soon! She is MORE than ready to get back to her normal life down in
Mother is doing great. She still is a bit soar but she is improving
more and more.
6.0 earthquake in Central California. Quake
struck just before noon their time. The Pacific Rim certainly is and has
been active for about 2 months now.
Grandmother this evening
Rick...at the nursing home
September 29. 2004
Another dry and sunny day here. No rain
I guess it is time to start a rain dance or
something like that.
THE DOME ON MT. ST. HELENS IS GROWING. THIS
MEANS THAT THERE IS A GOOD POSSIBILITY THAT SHE IS COMING BACK TO LIFE.
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