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There has been at least one report of a citizen seeing the tornado on the ground just north of Destin, but I haven't seen any other confirmation yet. If we all, loudly and vehemently, deny that it's getting hotter, maybe it will start cooling... ALSO...50 TO 60 KT OF LOW-LEVEL FLOW WILL ALSO BE FAVORABLE FOR WIND DAMAGE WITH THE STRONGER CELLS. 11/18/2015 Er, not to bust yer bubble, but it was Human Thought that got us into this Global Catastrophe, so I highly doubt Human Thought will do anything to stop it. And the barrage of CO2 spewing into the biosphere goes on, 24/7/365. SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE FLOODING INCLUDE... Bernie Sanders 2016 will be the year that sets the alarm bells ringing.

None of the storms from the front pushing east in Alabama have been severe, and most are just the usual storms we get in November, Believe it or not, the line is still nowhere near me. THE SEVERE THREAT IS EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY MOVE EWD INTO WRN GA AND THE ERN FL PANHANDLE WHERE A NEW WW MAY BE NEEDED THIS AFTERNOON. The Warming continues, UN abated Flash Flood Warning FLASH FLOOD STATEMENTNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL1043 AM CST WED NOV 18 2015ALC083-089-181930-/O. The second year of the three strongest El Ninos on record (72-73, 82-83 and 97-98) was much warmer than the first year, so it is to be expected that 2016 will beat the 2015 record by a wide margin.

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The only severe storms are coming in off the Gulf, caused by the tail of the cold front as it moves ENE. The Warming continues, UN abated MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 1980 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 1051 AM CST WED NOV 18 2015 AREAS AFFECTED... A LINE OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS IS ONGOING ALONG THE FRONT WITH ADDITIONAL MORE DISCRETE ACTIVITY LOCATED AHEAD OF THE FRONT. A MOIST AIRMASS IS IN PLACE ACROSS SRN AL AND THE FL PANHANDLE WITH SFC DEWPOINTS IN THE UPPER 60S TO NEAR 70 F. REGIONAL WSR-88D VWPS SHOW STRONG SPEED SHEAR AND DIRECTIONAL SHEAR IN THE BOUNDARY LAYER. THE FLASH FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 130 PM CST FORMADISON AND EASTERN LIMESTONE COUNTIES... DOPPLER RADAR AND AUTOMATED RAIN GAUGES INDICATEDTHAT HEAVY RAIN HAS FALLEN AND WILL CONTINUE TO FALL OVER LIMESTONEAND MADISON COUNTIES. We can create a new sustainable energy economy to protect vulnerable communities while transitioning workers into renewable energy jobs.

A particularly strong cell is ashore in Destin FL, prompting a tornado warning for a radar indicated tornado. THIS SHOULD BE FAVORABLE FOR ROTATING STORMS EMBEDDED IN THE LINE AND WITH DISCRETE CELLS AHEAD OF THE LINE WHERE A TORNADO OR TWO MAY OCCUR. TWO TO THREE INCHES OF RAINFALL HAS ALREADYFALLEN WITH SWOLLEN CREEKS. FLASH FLOODING ISOCCURRING ALONG INDIAN CREEK GREENWAY WITH THE CURRENT STAGE OFINDIAN CREEK AT 8 FEET WHICH IS ABOVE THE FLOOD STAGE OF 7.5 FEET. The United States must lead the world in confronting this planetary crisis.

Image credit: National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) . Departure of the global surface temperature from average for the year-to-date period January - October, for all years from 1880 to 2015.

This year is on pace to easily beat last year as the warmest year on record. Global satellite-measured temperatures in October 2015 for the lowest 8 km of the atmosphere were the warmest October readings in the 37-year record, according to the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH), and were the 2nd warmest on record, according to RSS.

Economic losses in Philippines were estimated at $1.3 million, and were $4.2 billion in China, making Mujigae the costliest tropical cyclone of 2015. Torrential 1-in-1000 year rains of over two feet, associated with a plume of moisture wrapping around Hurricane Joaquin, brought tremendous flooding across much of South Carolina during the first week of October.

In this image, we see a rapidly intensifying Typhoon Mujigae approaching China at UTC October 3, 2015. At least 21 people were killed, and damage was conservatively estimated at .0 billion, including 0 million in damage to crops. At least 19 people were killed along the southeast coast of France by a flash flood on October 3 - 4.

Record warm waters were also observed around Hawaii, where the warm waters caused the worst coral bleaching episode in Hawaii's history, which will likely result in a large-scale die-off of coral.

A loss of 10 - 20% of all coral worldwide is expected due to the global bleaching event currently underway, due to the extensive record-warm ocean temperatures worldwide.

This includes the Pacific waters near the Mexican coast, where Hurricane Patricia exploded into the most intense Western Hemisphere hurricane on record on October 23, with 200 mph winds.

Record warm waters were also observed over the portion of the Arabian Sea where Category 4 Tropical Cyclone Chapala and Category 3 Megh tracked in October--the first time two major tropical cyclones had ever been observed in the Arabian Sea in the same year.

In this photo, we see a church surrounded by flood waters on October 5, 2015 in Columbia, South Carolina. Cannes received a record 107 mm (4.21”) in just one hour; the previous one-hour record was 70 mm (2.76”).

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