10/28/2011 — Possible TORNADOES and DAMAGING WINDS over west Saint Louis Missouri

HAARP ring confirmation — West Saint Louis Missouri — 1000pm CDT 10/28/2011

Here is my forecast from 24 hours ago calling for possible strong cell thunderstorms, damaging winds and possible tornadoes  at the epicenter of the ‘HAARP ring’ which  appeared: (epicenter of the ring was the St. Charles NEXRAD at the st. charles research park)

http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2011/10/28/10282011-very-intense-double-haarp-rings-scalar-square-saint-louis-missouri-east-to-evansville-indiana/

 

Three screenshots below of current conditions over St. Louis, MO — was forecast to be CLEAR by the NWS.

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Below is a shot of the Frequency ring outbreak which occurred.

I called for possible tornadoes damaging winds strong cell thunderstorms to hit the center of the ring area..  the EXACT center.. the St. Charles nexrad — located at the Research park here in Saint Louis.

Again, we see it.. 24-48 hours after the HAARP ring appears.. strong storms hit the center of the rings.

10/28/2011 — ‘HAARP ring’ forecast confirmation = St. Louis, MO was forecast “clear” for the world series = Storms heading to STL now

Yesterday, a giant “HAARP ring” appeared out of Saint Louis, Missouri —

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After seeing the ring appear on RADAR — I issued this forecast calling for strong cell storms to hit Saint Louis within 24-48 hours.

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The “professionals”, were saying the EXACT OPPOSITE.  The forecasters at the NWS have forecast clear sunny conditions ALL WEEK… and being that the World Series is in St. Louis, MO tonight (cardinals vs. texas) — the importance of getting the forecast correct is paramount.

The “official” forecast from the NWS is seen below in this screenshot:

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That  all  being said… NOW ON RADAR WE SEE  THIS  700pm CDT 10/28/2011 !  Strong cell thunderstorms breaking out across the region.. heading towards Saint Louis, MO directly…

Clearly this proves.. that within 24-48 hours of a “frequency ring outbreak” we can expect storms to be produced !

here is the video from today showing the current storm outbreak:

10/28/2011 — 6.9 magnitude earthquake in Peru — no Tsunami warning issued

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/usb0006fv2.php

Earthquake Details

  • This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 6.9
Date-Time
Location 14.515°S, 76.009°W
Depth 23.9 km (14.9 miles)
Region NEAR THE COAST OF CENTRAL PERU
Distances 51 km (31 miles) SSW of Ica, Peru
112 km (69 miles) S of Chincha Alta, Peru
201 km (124 miles) W of Puquio, Peru
288 km (178 miles) SSE of LIMA, Peru

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