Originally Posted by Steady Hand
Thank you for adding that! Very nice to see it as a still photo in detail.
I looked at the still photo, zoomed in to several locations around the world. Very nice to see.
Noteworthy to me, was the way Hawaii
has not been hit by many of the Typhoons, it seems to be at the limit of their paths. Also noteworthy to me, the density of the storms off the West coast of Mexico. Talk about "Hurricane Alley!" WOW!
hawaii may not have been hit by typhoons, per se, but it is hit by hurricanes occasionally, as last year, and possibly again this year.
during el nino years there is more activity in that part of the epac basin.
watch the formations in epac then look out the window, as this is going to be yet another fun year in epac, as there will have been 2 majors formed before first week in june is over, an unusual situation.
read storm 2k.com
then, if you are in epac area, put on yer big kid panties and hunker down. we in for some freeking fun yet again this year.
hoping the big ones remain out at sea, but it looks like we gonna have a time of it this year.
alley-- has always been so with average of 19 named storms per year sliding up the south west coast of mexico.
you can see latest one in my sksolitarybird group page in fb.
i post for all to see.
you can also see in eebmike weather
you can also see in huracanesmx.com
for anyon e uinterested in sailing to hawaii this summer--please pleaseplease watch the formations.
just because not too manhyy get to hawaii doesnt mean the waters between mainland and hawaii are still and allegedly normal. it will be churned up really well yet again this year.