Hurricane Arthur: Latest Satellite & Radar

July 3rd, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

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  1. Jimmy J says:

    But, is there still snow on the ground on the Outer Banks in North Carolina? I heard it was a cold winter there. I guess
    the winds from the Hurricane will blow the remaining snow


  2. AJ Virgo says:

    Concerning sea level rise it must be possible to acquire survey data from locations in and around cities in Florida?
    A recent story says tides and sea water are causing flooding but coastal land SUBSIDES continuously due to sand and similar types of layers beneath the surface.
    Survey data going back decades could easily prove subsidence is the real problem.
    We know the oceans are not rising any faster than they always have historically therefore there should be an opportunity here to end one of the biggest scares using survey data.

    Maybe new measurements can be taken in the worst affected areas.

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