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Prediction 12 july 2013 Category 1 to 5 Hurricanes Form July 17th, July 27th, -5 +5 days Venus Retrogrades July 22 2013

July 12, 2013

Prediction Category 1 to 5 Hurricanes Form July 17th, July 27th, -5 +5 days Venus Retrogrades July 22 2013

july 12 2013 959 am edt

 

just figured out the exact dates for hurricanes from category 1 to 5 hitting the east coast atlantic, gulf of mexico and caribbean islands, possible pacific ocean

mexico west coast, east coast.

 

the geo magnetic storm cells are predicting two hurricanes merge into one (possibly TS chantal merges with Invest 96 L (dorian) forming TS hurricane Dorian into a category 1 to 5 storm, based on Tropical winds and Solar winds feeding into the storm, it will make the OUTERBANDS these speeds, maybe the EYE,

usually the eye is up to 115 mph and the outerbands are over 200 mph and not read by any monitoring system, it would be nice if they would develop a software to measure the outer bands as well as the inner winds..

 

 

2012 Atlantic Hurricane Statistics from Wiki Linda Randall

 

 

2012 Atlantic Hurricane Statistics from Wiki Linda Randall

https://ideagirlseverestormpredictionswarnings.wordpress.com/atlantic-2012/

x class cme’s prediction july 12 2013 out to space, hitting earth around july 15 to 22 2013 as venus retrogrades we ALWAYS see X class or M6 class cme’s hitting earth at this time, based on last years data which i haven’t researched fully or blogged yet.. but each time I blog a hurricane, there is a M6 or x class cme that I blog along with it.

i could cross ref my blog posts for the past 1.5 years to see it and refer here. 🙂

 

AR 1476 solar flare is hitting earth’s magnetic field and increasing solar winds so far in 2 hours over 150 km per second and it’s still going up!

Solar wind
speed: 430.7 km/sec
density: 3.0 protons/cm3
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at 0637 UT

X-ray Solar Flares
6-hr max: B4 0549 UT May20
24-hr: B4 0549 UT May20
explanation | more data
Updated: Today at: 0600 UT

data from may 2012.space weather.com

 

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