Earth Weather Update ~ South Pacific CAT 4 Superstorm and UV Light Entering Atmosphere
May 5, 2017: Another #superstorm has erupted and is strengthening in the South Pacific to a projected Category 4 Cyclone as it dances between Vanuatu and New Caledonia stirring up some VERY tall waves!
Forecast track for Tropical Cyclone “Donna” has changed and the cyclone is now expected to pass between Vanuatu and New Caledonia over the coming days. Forecast models are still in disagreement but it seems Vanuatu might be spared of a direct hit. Nevertheless, the effects will be felt across the country and it will all depend on how far away the center passes.
At 03:00 UTC on May 3, the center of Tropical Cyclone “Donna” was located approximately 560 km (347 miles) north-northwest of Port Vila, Vanuatu, and has tracked west-southwestward at 11 km/h (6.9 mph) over the past six hours, according to JTWC. Animated multispectral satellite imagery depicted weakening convection and warming cloud tops, the agency said.
May 5, 2017: Some profound evidence that the UV light entering Earth’s atmosphere is getting stronger, much more intense than most anyone can recall. I show a few recent pictures sent in by people that have noticed some very intense damage from the powerful UV. Protect yourself and those you love.
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