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When Matthew Was a Category 5 Hurricane Compared to #SuperStorm Sandy #HurricaneMatthew

Who would do this you tube when Mathew was a Cat 5 on September, 30, 2016?

This blogger wants to know if will to follow the path of Hurricane Sandy? It went over the same Mountains of Cuba and destroyed Haiti! First it impacts the direction of the cruise ships.  I worked on Cruise Ships down the Caribbean ported at Labadee, Haiti,  RCCL private beach.  It is very unfortunate for people to have spent thousand of dollars and they keep you at sea not ports.  They Cruise Line make more money when you are at sea.  Really your stuck usually sick as heck.  I was an entertainer.  I developed my Sea Legs after a couple of months.  But I believe this one is going to leave lots of deviation. The storm surge or the sea swells are an indicator.  I live in South Jersey. Hurricane Sandy’s eye came over me.  It did not go further North, the eye.  That is why it surprised North Jersey and New York.  People should start preparing now.  Everyone on the East coast of United States start your preparation for a hurricane.  We had an extremely hot summer, 2016 and the water off the coast on the Atlantic are warm.  All that warm weather feeds into making it a SuperStorm.

Insurance companies profit from hurricanes.

Business Of Disaster: Insurance Firms Profited $400 Million After Sandy

Itinerary Updates Hurricane Matthew Weather Update Royal Caribbean International

 

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Summer solstice, Strawberry Full Moon, 2016.

Today,  is the first summer solstice since 1967 that coincides with the strawberry moon.

Some of my favorite tunes to reign in the warmth of the Sol.

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Christmas Eve In South Jersey, Warm Weather.

It is currently 67 degrees Fahrenheit with the high of 73 degrees.  The normal is high of 44 degrees and low of 27 degrees.

No complaints here after the frigid temperatures of the last two winters.

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Snow Day By Nike.

Very hot Nike Ad.  I remember the NFL cancelled a home Philadelphia Eagles game due to potential blizzard. Former Gov. Ed Rendell thinks we’re becoming a “nation of wussies” for delaying the Eagles-Vikings game because of the blizzard not “in any way, shape or form a blizzard.”

The Gov was speaking the Truth. It prompted the Former DA of Philly and Gov of PA to write the book, A Nation of Wusses.

In my Professional Cheerleading years in the National Football League and the Canadian Football League,  I remember layering up, extra socks and gloves were a must. Now trying to touch up make up was a halftime must and a time to warm up, especially in the The 1981 Grey Cup. 

Players love it, fans love it and so does its cheerleaders, Football in the snow.

Nike Welcomes Winter With Epic, Star-Studded, Two-Minute ‘Snow Day’ Commercial More than 20 athletes brave the cold in style

Here’s The Identity Of Every Athlete In New Nike Commercial ‘Snow Day’

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Autumnal Equinox, first day of Fall, 2015.

Via Old Farmers Almanac

Fall begins on September 23, early in the morning at 4:21 A.M. The autumnal equinox is when the Sun appears to cross the celestial equator from north to south. (The celestial equator is the circle in the celestial sphere halfway between the celestial poles. It can be thought of as the plane of Earth’s equator projected out onto the sphere.)

The word equinox means “equal night”; night and day are about the same length of time. This occurs two times each year: Vernal in late March and Autumnal in late September.

In addition to the (approximately) equal hours of daylight and darkness, the equinoxes are times when the Sun’s apparent motion undergoes the most rapid change. Around the time of the equinoxes, variations in the position on the horizon where the Sun rises and sets can be noticed from one day to the next by alert observers.

From here on out, the temperatures begin to drop and the days start to get shorter than the nights (i.e., hours of daylight decline).

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