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05-27-2012, 11:00 AM

Subtropical Storm Beryl forms off South Carolina coast

Source: MSNBC


"Subtropical Storm Beryl formed off the South Carolina coast on Friday and forecasters at the U.S. National Hurricane Center issued a tropical storm warning for parts of the Southeastern U.S. coast.

Beryl had top sustained winds of 45 miles per hour and was in the Atlantic about 305 miles east of Charleston, South Carolina, the Miami-based center said."


"A tropical storm warning was issued for an area stretching from northeast Florida to South Carolina. The warning means that tropical storm conditions are expected within the area over the next 36 hours.

Beryl was moving north but expected to veer west-southwest or southwest on Saturday, the hurricane center said. The storm's center is expected to be near or over the Southeastern U.S. coast on Sunday, it said."

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4. It's #2 and it's only May,


Damn that global warming.......

05-27-2012, 11:04 AM
They'll be scared of T-Storms next...:adoration:

05-27-2012, 12:01 PM


Damn that global warming.......

DUDE! It's not global warming anymore, that would mean the Earth was getting hotter, now it's "climate change" so if the temperature is actually cooler than other averages then it can still be caused by us.

This climate change bs is getting on my nerves. We had a really mild winter in TN, farmers started planting their crops in march, spring came in like early april, just think about that for a second. Earlier plants/tree blooming, plants/trees are able to be active longer, more plants to absorb the carbon dioxide and turn into oxygen.

Also, I saw a nasa video saying that the "green house gases" are actually blocking roughly 90% of the solar flare heat/energy, and that the sun has been going through a solar flare cycle recently. So basically, the Earth would be A LOT hotter if it weren't for CO2 go figure.