- Feb 22, 2019
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- The Bay
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I saw that water temperatures in the Gulf off the FL coast was 83-85 degrees.11AM National Hurricane Center 9-28-22:
Major Hurricane - Cat 4 - Almost a Cat 5.
155 mph winds.
The NHC indicators were projecting 120 mph last evening. The storm crossed climate change warmed waters of the Gulf of Mexico overnight and rapidly intensified into a category 4 Major Hurricane. It didn't have to be this bad, but human industrial activity over the last 120 years has put too much carbon dioxide in the air and caused global warming and warming of the seas. This causes hurricanes to be more intense. Ian is a prime example. Just like Katrina.