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Solar Climate Change: November "R4" Period "could be" underway!
Friday, November 16th 2012, 12:05 PM EST
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Prominence Eruption and CME (11/16/2012) Published on Nov 16, 2012 by ve3en1


On the 13th November I published Will the Sun repeat itself in the NEXT 10 Days? and this stated "from the 16th to the 23rd the forecast starts at an R4 and ends with a R5", the latest report from SolarHam.net is that - A large prominence eruption took place this morning off the eastern limb..

I had a look around for a Tropical Storm development, but these storms are nearly out of season, and then I came across this report.....it would seem this is the FIRST "Supurcell" storm of the year in Australia... I'm NOT 100% sure if it is from the R4 Solar/Lunar effect mentioned in the Piers Corbyn "Red Warning" on the 13th November, but given the time frame and the Solar Flare information from today....it looks like it is...more to follow

Threat of supercell storms in southeast Queensland and northern NSW with very heavy rain, flash flooding, large hail, damaging winds gusts and large hail possible -Brian Williams - The Courier-Mail November via theaustralian.com.au.

BRISBANE and the southeast could be in for severe weather today, with the first supercell storms of the season threatening.

Storms are likely right into northern NSW and have the potential to produce about 50mm of rain.


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Weather Channel meteorologist Tom Saunders said supercells were the most dangerous type of storm and developed where wind shear occurred through an unstable atmosphere.

Wind shear - a rapid difference in wind speed and direction over a short distance - led to rotation within the storm and a longer lifespan.

"Supercells often cause very heavy rain and flash flooding, large hail, damaging winds gusts and occasionally tornadoes," Mr Saunders said.

"Supercell thunderstorms are likely across northeast New South Wales and southeast Queensland this weekend and have the potential to cause flash flooding, damaging winds and large hail...click TheAustralian.com link for more

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