Cyclone warning threatens Seattle with brutal subzero storm

Seattle is going to be hit by a cyclone in the next few hours. Experts say it will rival the intensity of strong hurricanes. The humidity...

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  • Seattle is going to be hit by a cyclone in the next few hours.
  • Experts say it will rival the intensity of strong hurricanes.
  • The humidity associated with the storm comes from India.

They announced not very uplifting forecasts for Seattle, mentioning that a cyclonic bomb is approaching that could hit in the next few hours; according to climate experts, this cyclone would rival the intensity of the strong hurricanes that have emerged in the state.

In some areas of the state, snowfall is forecast and will be seen in the next few hours. On social networks, different images of how the cyclone bomb is forming in the ocean have been shared and they have provided an insight on what is expected to happen in Seattle.

Threat for the weekend: A bomb cyclone

Threat for the weekend: A bomb cyclone
PHOTO: Twitter


The Sun reported that Seattle will be hit by a cyclone bomb in the next few days. Some climate experts have mentioned that it will rival the intensity of strong hurricanes and bring dangerous and damaging impacts along the west coast, the media reported.

“Very impressive storm off the coast. That “952” is a (very low) pressure, in millibars. That is lower than the great storm of October 12, 1962. It is also a “bomb” cyclone, as the pressure dropped more than 24 millibars in 24 hours. It will send heavy rain to Oregon this afternoon, ”Matt Zafino reported on social media. Filed Under: Cyclone Bomb.

Who is the cyclone bomb warning for?

Who is the cyclone bomb warning for?
PHOTO: Twitter

According to the news outlet, the moisture associated with the storm will come from India and other parts of Southeast Asia, meteorologist and forecast technology manager Mike Doll reported. That is why they alert Seattleites to be careful in the coming days and maintain their precautions.

“When weather experts tell us to expect a cyclonic bomb storm weather event and instead we get warm winds and sunshine on our land. I stop and say ‘Thank you Lord, I know it was you,’ “they said on social media in the face of the indications that the meteorologists have given and that worried the population. Filed Under: Cyclone Bomb.

You will see much more snow than expected

You will see much more snow than expected
PHOTO: Twitter

Given the imminent climate changes that have developed in recent times, citizens are not surprised with the low temperatures that are coming, but with the news that in the coming days there will be more snow than expected. According to The Sun, snow is expected to fall at varying heights over the course of several days.

In the southern part of the state, it is expected to reach 8 feet of snow on the highest ridges and peaks in the central and northern Sierra Nevada. For this reason, the experts have asked this part of the population to maintain their care and above all, not to trust themselves in the face of the ‘good’ weather in recent hours. Filed Under: Cyclone Bomb.

Will the bomb cyclone cause great damage?

Will it cause great damage?
PHOTO: Twitter

In the updates that The Sun has presented, it is warned that the cyclone bomb is much more dangerous than expected. According to the meteorologist, Scott Sistek, it is impressive to see how the storm that will hit Seattle is developing, although he considers that there will be no significant damage.

“NOAA now has the Cyclone Bomb up to 951 mb. It looks so awesome on satellite! That’s a 50mb drop in just over 24 hours. Remember though: there are no significant impacts here. (We are seeing a subsequent storm from Sunday to Monday, albeit with gusts of wind) ”, Scott Sistek mentioned in a tweet. Filed Under: Cyclone Bomb.

“It’s not a big deal”; meteorologist asks not to be ‘alarmed’

"It's not a big deal"; meteorologist asks not to be 'alarmed'
PHOTO: Twitter

In an attempt to calm the population and explain what will happen in the next few hours. According to the meteorologist, Scott Sistek reported that it will only bring rain and a little wind, but that great changes are not expected in the state and therefore, that the inhabitants will not be alarmed.

“This is what” Cyclone Bomb “looks like now. 963mb in the last report (2a). The big white spot to the right of the center will bring us rain and a little wind, but the central part of the “eye” will remain very far away and that is where the great winds are. Bottom line: It’s not a big deal, ”Scott Sistek tweeted. Filed Under: Cyclone Bomb.

“It’s just a hurricane”

According to The Sun, climate scientist Daniel Swain, who belongs to the University of California in Los Angeles, said in 2019 that all ‘cyclone bombs’ are considered simple hurricanes but that they tend to impress the population more; therefore, some meteorologists have said not to worry.

“But sometimes, they can adopt characteristics that make them look a lot like hurricanes, with very strong winds, heavy rainfall, and well-defined features like eyes in the middle,” Daniel Swain told the media a couple of years ago, when The arrival of another ‘cyclone bomb’ was also mentioned.

Could it cause colossal damage?

The newspaper also mentioned that this type of ‘Cyclone Bomb’, in most cases, the damage they could cause is the same caused by tropical storms, where they come from intense rains that can destroy buildings and cause serious flooding. But, the most serious could be the shortage of clean water.

“In the most extreme cases, this can lead to a shortage of food and clean water.” The Sun reported in the information broadcast on the Cyclone Bomb. According to the post, that would be the worst-case scenario that could happen. Therefore, it is expected that in Seattle it will not hit with so much force.

Remnants of Hurricane Pamela heading to the US

Photo: AP

Pamela’s winds had dropped to about 30 mph (45 km / h) by the time it dissipated about 100 miles (180 km) west of Laredo, Texas, which is on the border with Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said. United States (NHC).

Forecasters noted that the storm is likely to continue to weaken but warned that it is expected to dump 7 to 15 centimeters (3 to 6 inches) of rain in areas of central Texas and southeastern Oklahoma, with up to 20 centimeters (8 inches) at isolated points. “This could result in flash floods of considerable magnitude,” the NHC explained.

Pamela makes landfall in Mexico with heavy rains and minor damage

hurricane pamela
Photo: AP

The passage of hurricane Pamela caused minor material damage, intense rains and floods in northwest Mexico on Wednesday, degraded in the last hours to a tropical depression on land already over the state of Durango, reported the Efe agency.

As a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale, Pamela made landfall near the municipality of San Ignacio, in the Mexican Pacific state of Sinaloa, causing heavy rains. Filed Under: Hurricane Pamela USA.

Storm has had unusual behavior

Photo: AP

The cyclone, which formed over the past weekend, has registered a somewhat unusual behavior, as on Tuesday it weakened from a hurricane to a tropical storm, but strengthened again as a hurricane in the early hours of Wednesday until it made landfall in Sinaloa.

According to the forecast of the National Meteorological Service (SMN), the cyclone will gradually weaken and in the early hours of Thursday there will be low remaining pressure when it reaches the state of Coahuila. In its most recent report, the SMN indicated that at 4:00 p.m. local time (9:00 p.m. GMT) on Wednesday, Pamela weakened to a tropical depression over northeast Durango. Filed Under: Hurricane Pamela USA.

Phenomenon moves northeast

Photo: AP

In addition, its cloud bands cause heavy to specific intense rains and strong gusts in the northwest and west of Mexico, as well as high waves in Sinaloa and Nayarit. He explained that the system will interact with a cold front, reinforcing the probability of rains in the north and northeast of the Mexican territory in the next few hours.

For now, Pamela is located 120 kilometers north of the city of Durango, capital of the state of the same name, and 270 kilometers northeast of Mazatlán, Sinaloa. The phenomenon is moving northeast at 44 kilometers per hour and presents maximum sustained winds of 55 kilometers per hour with gusts of 75, the Meteorological Office reported.

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