Volcano drama, more major marine deaths ~ TBW News 3rd week of January


Music .”Mozart – Laudate Dominum”
Volcano Popocatepetl eruption in Mexico http://youtube.com/watch?v=NZbdBB0CNGc
First Aerial Footage of Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Leak http://youtube.com/watch?v=exfJ8VPQDTY
GOES-East Video of Hurricane Alex http://youtube.com/watch?v=HLPLrTFDjxI
Global shake movie http://global.shakemovie.princeton.ed…
Video captures mysterious hum which has baffled a city for 40 years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PG3JD…
Earth’s Long-Term Warming Trend, 1880-2015 http://youtube.com/watch?v=gGOzHVUQCw0

41,000 people evacuated as the Popocatepetl volcano http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/4…
Volcano fest continues as Russia’s Zhupanovsky volcano http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/2…
Mount Egon Indonesia eruption http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/1…
Flint authorities deleberatly poisoning it’s citizens to save money http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/i…
Porter Ranch methane leak update: Pets…especially birds and fish are dying http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/p…
Californian methane leak update http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/c…
Two extremely rare early hurricanes Alex… http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/t…
More than 10,000 dead squid wash ashore in Chile http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/m…
The 13 dead sperm whales off the Dutch and German coast http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/t…
More whale deaths along the west coast! http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/m…
300 dead turtles found on a beach in Odisha http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/3…
A magnitude 6.0 – 171km E of Ceva-i-Ra, Fiji http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/a…
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake in northwest China http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/a…
Unprecedented amount of snakes of plague proportions http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/u…
“The Bristol Hum” returns and it turns out to be a the same strange http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/t…
2015 was by far the warmest year on record http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/2…
The biggest storm in DC’s history http://www.thebigwobble.org/2016/01/t…

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, January 23, 2016 ( geoengineeringwatch.org )

There is yet one major wildcard in the chessboard of unfolding circumstances and converging catastrophes, that is the population of the US. If Americans could be awakened to the sea of criminality and deception that is so rapidly surrounding us all, the outcome of the paradigm could yet be altered for the better (though our challenges have only just begun at best).  As the global economic collapse continues (fueled by the imploding biosphere), the US will soon find itself at the center of the storm. The further the curtain is pulled back, the more Americans will begin to realize that crimes like the poisoning of the water in Flint, Michigan, and the Southern California gas leak disaster, are only a small sample of what has been going on behind the scenes all along.
The global elite are more desperate than ever, “Winter Storm Jonas” is a stellar example of their desperation. Climate engineering/weather warfare is being pushed to ever more disastrous levels all over the world. The entire climate system is  unraveling due to MANY causal factors, which is imperative to remember. This being said, geoengineering programs are like a bucket of gas that is being heaped on a fire that is already burning dangerously. Overall global land and ocean temperatures are in  record high uncharted territory and constantly shattering records. The mass die-off of wildlife will continue to accelerate with new examples coming to light constantly. The very foundations of industrialized/militarized society are crumbling, empires are floundering and preparing for inevitable conflict.
Each of us, all of us, are going to sink or swim together. We are free falling into the most critical era in the history of the human race. Our daily actions and priorities (or lack of them) will determine our collective fate and future. Make your voice heard in the critical battle to expose and halt the global climate engineering insanity, every day counts.

03 Nov 2015 | Flooding: Cyclone Chapala in Mukalla, Yemen #المكلا‬‎ #Chapala #Mukalla

A rare tropical cyclone is bearing down on the Yemeni mainland bringing hurricane-force winds, heavy rain and powerful waves.
Photos and videos posted online showed water pouring through the streets of the southern coastal city of Mukalla.

31 Oct 2015 | Massive Texas Storms and Flooding #TXwx #TexasFlooding

Note: Sending prayers to everyone in the path of these storms. See Methane Monster II: The Arctic Demise for in-depth climate change data on the weather pattern feedback loops beginning to spiral out of control, and please share. Mahalo!


TBW News 3rd week Oct…Super storms across the Pacific!


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TBW News
Clips used with kind thanks…..
Officials- Hurricane Patricia ‘strongest hurricane… http://youtube.com/watch?v=4cwc2_7w0cc
Hurricane Patricia ‘extremely dangerous’- Scientist http://youtube.com/watch?v=L5NPbGzlbu0
SAIPAN TYPHOON CHAMPI http://youtube.com/watch?v=wsiYrcY6FYM
SUPER TYPHOON KOPPU MAKES LANDFALL http://youtube.com/watch?v=iEzkoCrBFbQ
Five dead after southern Europe rains http://youtube.com/watch?v=o1iPBvEZki0
Rincon de la Vieja mud volcano in costa rica http://youtube.com/watch?v=DFR-6QaucsA
Footage Horrific Wild Dust Storm in Phoenix http://youtube.com/watch?v=xxgfovsMJsU
Global shake movie http://global.shakemovie.princeton.ed…

Category V Hurricane Patricia http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/i…
Koppu hits The Philippines http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/s…
West coast marine life disaster has spread to the Gulf http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/w…
Red tide is now killing tons of fish from Mexico to west coast of Florida http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/n…
Small Swedish town loses 1,000 child refugees http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/t…
Deadly floods still sweeping southern Europe http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/d…
The latest tragedy along the west coast http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/t…
Activity at Costa Rica’s Rincon de la Vieja Volcano http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/v…
First glimps of devastation to come this winter from El-Nino http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/u…
Scientists warning and prepairing for Mega-quake http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/s…
dust storm rolls over US city of Phoenix http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/w…
40 TONS of dead fish washed up dead on the coast of Tamaulipas http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/i…
Hawaii with a homelessness problem http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/p…
Prelude to “The Big One?” http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/p…
Massive mag 7.1 hits Port-Olry, Vanuatu http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/f…
Fire near large deposit of nuclear waste. http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/p…
Unusual fish are appearing near Alaska’s shores http://www.thebigwobble.org/2015/10/a…

SOTT Earth Changes Summary – September 2015: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

It’s also very important at this time, to stay well grounded to the Earth Mother. Make it part of your daily routine send out feelings of love, gratitude, praise, calmness, peace, serenity and conscious evolution to the planetary collective of nature spirits, elementals, ancestral spirits and human souls.
We are the ONES Gaia has been waiting for, let’s get busy holding sacred space for Earth changes to manifest as safely as possible for all living BEings.
All my love, blessings and aloha! Annette
Comment: Please note that due to planetary/climate chaos increasing month by month, we can only show a limited selection of global events. Considering that these ‘localized’ events, multiplied many times over, are occurring simultaneously all over the planet, the scale of destruction and impact on people’s lives becomes almost unimaginable.


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No matter the season or ‘normal’ climate, these days vehicles, homes and people are being washed away in deluges – the world over – on a regular basis. Forget “one month’s average rainfall falling within hours” – last month, TWO MONTHS’ average rainfall fell within a day and turned parts of southern Japan into inland seas. In the US, Utah experienced its worst ever flash-flooding, and the entire Eastern Seaboard was soaked with up to a foot of rain. This month, we also have clips of deluges in Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Norway, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Sierra Leone, and New Zealand.

Violent volcanic eruptions in Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Indonesia foreshadowed a massive 8.3 magnitude earthquake off Chile, which sent a 4.5 meter tsunami crashing into the coast and causing widespread damage. Hailstones the size of footballs fell in Naples, Italy. Brisbane, Australia, was buried in up to 4 inches (8cm) of hail, while a gigantic hole opened up on a nearby beach and swallowed a campsite. The rate of meteor fireball sightings continues to increase; in September there were spectacular sightings over Bangkok and Los Angeles.


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Wildfires continue burning up much of California, which last month saw its ‘third-largest’ wildfire in history as whole towns were consumed and tens of thousands of residents were forced to flee. The other major outbreak of wildfires on the planet in September occurred in Indonesia, from where a smoky haze enveloped much of southeast Asia for the second time in three years. ‘Slash-and-burn’ farming is being blamed, but the fires occur in peatlands that release lots of methane, leaving us wondering if the primary fuel source for these fires is coming up from below.

Extreme weather also hit the Middle East, which was engulfed in an ‘unprecedented’ sandstorm that stretched from Iraq to Cyprus and south to Saudi Arabia. A tragic and incredibly symbolic event occurred in the heart of Islam’s ‘holy city’ on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, when a powerful and unusual thunderstorm descended on Mecca and winds blew a large construction crane belonging to Bin Laden Construction onto the Grand Mosque. 111 people were killed and hundreds more injured.

These were the signs of the times in September 2015…

Music used: ‘Escape from the Temple‘ by Per Kiilstofte. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International

To understand what’s going on, check out our book explaining how all these events are part of a natural climate shift, and why it’s taking place now: Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection.

Check out previous installments in this series – now translated into multiple languages – and more videos from SOTT Media here, here, or here.

You can help us chronicle the Signs of the Times by sending video suggestions to sott@sott.net

TBW News October week 1: Devastating floods and storms

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Typhoon Mujigae hits land in South China http://youtube.com/watch?t=2&v=5b…
Satellite Movie Shows Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas http://youtube.com/watch?t=1&v=gt…
Part 1 Compilation Flooding in Charleston,SC a http://youtube.com/watch?v=9iZJYTPcWl0
Part 2- Typhoon Mujigae & Tornado Hits Southern http://youtube.com/watch?v=u3r7NcMe5IQ
GPM 3-D Flyby of Choi-Wan http://youtube.com/watch?v=APDdcNAHQwM
Conred mantiene monitoreo en Volcán de Fuego http://youtube.com/watch?v=KvL9l–TRK8
Music Laudate Dominum Mozart

NWS: ‘Once in 200 Years Rainfall Event’ Unfolding in South Carolina #SCFlood #Flood #Charlston

About 22 million Americans across the East Coast were under flood watches Saturday as a “once in 200 years rainfall event” started soaking the Carolinas — with the worst yet to come.

Signs Of Change 2015 Part 6 September | Devastating Deluge ~ HawkkeyDavisChannel

Warning: This Video Contains Graphic Content Viewer Discretion Advised..
Destructive weather has struck all over the globe in recent weeks as climate chaos shows its ugly face.
Rare, strange, extreme and record breaking weather events have taken place over the past month or so, and this is just the beginning!

Thanks for watching and stay safe!
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This series does not mean the world is ending! These are documentaries of a series of extreme weather events which are leading to bigger earth changes. If you’re following the series, then you’re seeing the signs. It’s much more than one video!

Tropical Storm Erika causes dangerous flash flooding in Dominica

40 die in flash flood in North Korea

Rare Hurricane for Cape Verde Islands

Apocalyptical hailstorm kills 3 and floods Ecatepec and Coacalco, State of Mexico

3 major hurricanes in Pacific may be first in recorded history

Giant fireball explodes in the sky over Bingol in Turkey in a loud boom and creates rain of meteorites

Officials monitor expanding Russian sinkhole

Mystery fireball lights up sky over Bangkok

Italian coast pummelled by hailstones the size of ping pong balls

Scores of cars, trucks washed away as torrential floods hit southern Spain (VIDEO) sept 8

Italy: bad weather hits the south

Heavy flooding in Sicily submerges cars

Dust storm engulfs the Middle East

Massive floods in Japan: Houses washed away, helicopters rescue residents

Crane collapse moment at Grand Mosque (Kabe) in Mecca during a freak storm. At least 87 people have died and over 180 injured.

Massive sandstorm continues to envelope Middle East

Japan’s largest volcano Mount Aso erupts, shooting ash & billowing smoke into sky

20 Dead After Devastating Flooding Near Utah-Arizona Border; Child Remains Missing

Meteor caught on cam over Quezon City Philippines

Sierra Leoneans ordered to stay at home due to floods

Thailand’s Pattaya declared a disaster zone after flooding

Mysterious Iridescent ‘End of Times’ Cloud Phenomenon Spotted in Costa Rica


8.3 magnitude Chile quake leaves two dead

Cooler weather and rain aid firefighters to battle California wildfire

Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts Again

Big aftershock hit Chile without claiming any more victims

Bodrum, Turkey floods wash away cars

Mt. Sinabung Shows Increasing Volcanic Activity

Storm disaster declared on Greek island of Skopelos

No Hurricanes in Western Atlantic Yet for First Time Since 1914

Stunning Images of Supermoon Eclipse Captivate Millions Around World
Giant sinkhole opens up on Australia beach

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UPDATE 8/4/15: Guillermo ~ Buh-bye!

Updated 11:27 AM HST, August 4, 2015
Posted 05:29 AM HST, August 4, 2015

11 a.m. CPHC forecast track

By Meteorologist Malika Dudley / Email: malika@mauinow.com

***Updated at 10:50 a.m.***

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until 6:00 p.m. Thursday for Maui and the Big Island. Abundant moisture from Tropical Storm Guillermo moving over the area. Excessive runoff may result in rock and mudslide in steep terrain. Fast-moving water may create life-threatening situations.

A High Surf Advisory is posted for east facing shores of Maui and Moloka’i from midnight to noon Thursday. East swell generated by Guillermo currently affecting the Big Island and Maui will build as it spreads across the island chain tonight and Wednesday. Surf is expected to peak early Wednesday for Maui and late Wednesday for Moloka’i. Surf is expected around 5 feet this evening, increasing to 6 to 10 feet late tonight and Wednesday, before declining on Thursday.

The track has again been nudged north as of the 11 a.m. update. Guillermo is forecast to remain well northeast of the Hawaiian islands at its closest point of approach. If this motion continues and there is no significant deviation to the left of the forecast track, the Tropical Storm Watch for the Big Island and Maui County may be cancelled later today or tonight.

Guillermo is now 480 miles E of Kahului, 535 miles E of Kaunakakai
and 510 miles E of Lanai City. Maximum sustained winds are still at 70 mph as of the 11 a.m. CPHC update and the system is moving NW at 10 mph. The system should weaken and dissipation is expected in 72 hours.

***Updated at 5:00 a.m.***

Guillermo is a bit stronger this morning than it was for much of yesterday, now a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 mph. The storm, located about 520 miles E of Kahului, 570 miles E of Kaunakakai and 550 miles E of Lanai City, continues to move NW at 12 mph.

The track forecast has the system continuing in this general motion through today. Tonight and Thursday Guillermo is expected to shift WNW.

If this track remains true, the center of Guillermo should pass 215 miles northeast of Hilo Wednesday afternoon and around 165 miles north of Maui Wednesday night with tropical storm force winds currently extending about 175 miles from the center. The moisture field extends even beyond that.

IMAGE: NWS at 5:15 a.m.

There is potential for slight strengthening today but the system looks a little less organized this morning compared to late last night. We’re seeing warmer cloud tops and less thunderstorm activity on satellite. Slow and steady weakening is expected from then on as vertical wind shear takes over again and starts to tear the storm apart. Sea surface temperatures are still sufficiently warm to sustain a hurricane so we can’t rule that out from the possibilities.

A Tropical Storm Watch is posted just in case the system decides to jog left of the expected track. If that happens, tropical storm conditions are possible within the next 48 hours somewhere within the watch area.

A watch is typically issued before the possible arrival of tropical storm force winds which make continuing outside preparations dangerous. Having said that, the probability of tropical storm force winds is currently 11 percent for Hilo and 13 percent for Kahului. Which is a general downward trend from yesterday.

Image: CPHC at 5 a.m. Tuesday August 4, 2015

The chance for heavy rain and thunderstorms continues Wednesday and Thursday. Total rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches with isolated maximum amounts near 7 inches (in higher terrain) are possible. If the system tracks closer to us, those numbers could go up. If Guillermo tracks farther away from us, rainfall amounts will be lower. Winds are expected to remain below 39 mph but only a slight shift left could result in higher winds so we need to keep watching.

A High Surf Advisory is still in effect through today for the Big Island and large swells are expected through much of the week.


Based on the current track (5 a.m.), mostly cloudy skies and windy conditions are expected Wednesday and Thursday with heavy rain likely in windward locations. Leeward spots have a chance of heavy rain through the day, then heavy rain is likely Wednesday night and Thursday.

There is a slight chance of thunderstorms Wednesday night and Thursday. Northeast winds are expected from 15 to 20 mph becoming variable up to 15 mph on Thursday.

Over the weekend we should get our easterly winds back from about 15 to 20 mph. Showers are likely in windward spots with scattered leeward showers and mostly cloudy skies.


“Signs Of Change” July 2015 | “The Return of Hawkkey Davis Channel”

This dramatically exciting series has finally returned. Sorry to keep you waiting but I’ve been busy! I have to skip the months of May and June because it’s just too much for one video. Drastic weather conditions has continued over the past month or so.

This isn’t everything, but it’s a start! Thanks for watching and stay safe.

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This series does not mean the world is ending! These are documentaries of a series of extreme weather events which are leading to bigger earth changes. If you’re following the series, then you’re seeing the signs. It’s much more than one video!

Signs Of Change Playlist:

Heat wave kills more than 1,000 in Pakistan

Storms Leave Nearly Half a Million Residents Without Power in Philadelphia Area

Man Swept Away Floods in Sochi, Dramatic Video

India hit by worst floods in 90 years

Western wildfires: California fire grows, forces evacuations

Wildfire engulfs homes in Washington state

Japan on volcano alert after eruption

5.2-magnitude earthquake hits Big Island

Hail And Snow Fall In Arizona

Many feared dead after millions hit by China floods

Caught On Camera: House Collapses In Landslide In Uttarakhand

Day of Extreme Weather in the UK

Raw: Damaging Earthquake in Western China

Fatal tornado rips through Venice

Canada wildfires: Thousands flee homes in Saskatchewan, British Columbia

Germany’s crazy weather: from boiling hot to giant hail stones

New Danger in the Ocean for Beachgoers

​1.1 million evacuated as typhoon pounds China

Volcano Shuts Down Tourist Island Flights

Mexico’s Colima Volcano: Soot, Ash Continues to Rain Down

cold snap brings snow across the south east

Scientists predict ‘mini ice age’ will hit in 15 years

Deadly Kentucky Floods Sweep Away Buildings

wildfire jumps highway in california and vehicles catch fire

Thank you to the ones that film and the news channels that cover these events! I don’t own any of these videos.
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Shasta County, CA Supervisors 7/17/15 Hearing: Geoengineering Investigation Demanded By Numerous Experts ~ Dane Wigington

YES!! Shasta County Supervisors demand an investigation after expert scientific testimony from Dane Wiggington, airline pilots, doctors, biologists, attorneys and others that chemtrails threaten the entire web of life on the planet. This hearing topples the first domino for more hearings and investigations. The domino’s are falling everywhere lately…interesting times indeed:)

On July 15th, 2014, citizens from Northern California rallied to create the largest attendance ever at the Shasta County Supervisors chambers (400+, chairman Les Baugh confirmed this attendance record at the start of the meeting). The primary purpose of this meeting was to present information that proves there is a very dire heavy metal contamination and UV radiation issue across the Shasta County region (and the world). A list of 10 experts presented data to the board to confirm the legitimacy of the concerns being addressed. At the end of the presentation, the board voted unanimously to investigate the heavy metal contamination and passed resolutions accordingly. The video below documents the events of this landmark day in the fight to expose the crime of global geoengineering, all experts are identified with labels in the video (the new edited, condensed version).
Dane Wigington.

TBW The Big Wobble News 1st week of June: Killer storms in China, Heatwaves, 2 Pacific Hurricanes

Note: Nice plasma and orb activity in some of the Mt Sinabung clips starting at 3:00….

Music DjSadhu – Vortex Instrumental.mp3

Most of the clips I used for this film can be found here.

Call to Action UPDATE: Hurricane Ana Sideswipes Hawaii This Weekend

Whew…close call! Big thanks to everyone who answered the Call to Action, it’s an honor to work alongside you on the path of remembering our origins…

This evening the eye of Hurricane Ana moved about 120 miles south of Kauai before moving past the island chain. It rained moderately all day, no downpours. But it’s not over and the worst is yet to come, currently at midnight HST Kauai is under Tropical Storm Warning as one of the eastern bands of the storms takes a swide-swiping approach’s to the Garden island. The winds are fairly gusty, and no rain at the moment as the storm approach’s from the southeast. No worries here, we’re in need of a good storm, albeit nothing tooo heavy…

Ana’s timing is rather appropriate between two eclipses, X-class solar flare today and mercury retrograde. Storms are wonderful cleansing energy…

Also, can anyone shed light on why they chose the name Ana at the end of the season? We didn’t go thru the whole alphabet in named storms this year…did we? In addition, the normal spelling is usually Anna. Anu has been suggested

Yep…the winds are picking up, gonna be an interesting night on Kauai

Mahalo for your Service, much love and aloha…Namaste {bow} Annette

UPDATED 11 PM HST, October 18, 2014

UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill

Hurricane Ana will bring rain, dangerous surf and rip currents and gusty winds to parts of the Hawaiian Islands this weekend.
As of 11 p.m. HST (5 a.m. EDT), Hurricane Ana was located near 20.3 N and 159.5 W, or 120 miles southwest of Honolulu, Hawaii, and 120 miles south of Lihue, Hawaii. Ana is a Category One hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, packing top sustained winds of 80 mph. It is moving northwest at 6 mph and its minimum central pressure is 989 mb, or 29.21 inches of mercury.
A Hurricane Watch is in place for the unpopulated Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument from Nihoa to French Frigate Shoals, with a Tropical Storm Warning in effect for Kauai County, including Kauai and Niihau. A Tropical Storm Watch remains in effect for Oahu.
Ana will stay south but travel parallel to the island chain this weekend. It will get very close to Niihau, enough to bring tropical-storm force winds. It will remain a Category One hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale through Monday before strong upper-level winds and cooler water get the best of it.
Ultimately, Ana will remain a tropical storm as it tracks through the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument west of Hawaii. The good news is it won`t pose a threat to land after brushing the Hawaiian Islands this weekend.
This is the second tropical system to threaten the Hawaiian Islands this year. Tropical Storm Iselle slammed the state`s big island of Hawaii on August 8, causing more than $66 million in damage and knocking out power to parts of the Big Island and Maui. The last hurricane to directly hit Hawaii was Iniki, in 1992. That hurricane caused $1.8 billion in damage and six deaths, mainly on Kauai.
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Call to Action UPDATE: Hurricane Ana has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph.

Great work everyone! The trajectory has moved the storm to the Southwest, at this point only the tip of the outer bands are projected to bring high winds, heavy tides and storms to the islands. BUT, until the storm passes to the Southwest of the island we’re still under threat from ANA’s trajectory moving northward into Kauai and Oahu (details in the news report and video link below). Please continue holding space for the storm to travel safely to the southwest of the island chain and out to sea, without change of trajectory ~ maintain a southwesterly direction. Please help maintain a fortified wall of energetic protection that keeps pushing the storm southward.

Here’s some helpful guidance I’ve picked up over the last 24hrs:

Connect with the crystalline grid to move from your location over the islands, or into the storm.

In addition to working with elemental conditions surrounding the storm, connect with ANA, into her eye sending love and calming energy to the core of the storm and then spin that energy off into the bands.

Disengage any focused “interference” from weather manipulating technology’s and/or malevolent intentions aimed at causing injury or property damage.

Use your focused intention backed energetically, to move the trajectory southward until after she SAFELY passes Southwest of the islands.

Set the intention for this storm to break up before approaching other island archipelago’s in the Pacific.

Namaste and mahalo to all the beautiful souls on this journey into unity consciousness…we’re ALL working as One with the Creator, Gaia, Pele and the Elements to keep Hawaii protected from further harm. I’m humbled to be in your company. With infinite love and heartfelt gratitude, Annette 


Hurricane Ana has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph.

Conditions remain favorable for additional strengthening over the next day or so, as it moves toward the west-northwest over very warm water and wind shear is decreasing.

A tropical storm watch has been issued for the Big Island of Hawaii as Tropical Storm Ana continues to spin in the central Pacific Ocean about 250 miles south of Hilo, or 420 miles south-southeast of Honolulu.

Tune-in to The Weather Channel TV network to watch live coverage on Tropical Storm Ana. To keep you safe and informed of the latest breaking news, our regular programming will be suspended until the threat has passed.

(MORE: Expert Analysis | Hurricane Central)


Storm Information

Storm Information

A U.S. Air Force Reconnaissance Aircraft will be investigating Ana again on Friday afternoon to provide additional data on the structure of the tropical storm.


Infrared Satellite

Infrared Satellite

Ana is expected to begin a turn toward the northwest by late Friday, thanks to the combination of upper-level low pressure backing west of the Hawaiian Islands and high pressure aloft northeast of the islands. This track will take the center of Ana about 125 miles southwest of the Big Island Friday night (local time).

A turn toward the west is then expected late Saturday and Sunday, as a new ridge of high pressure is expected to build to the north. The timing of this westward turn is critical for potential impacts to the island chain, including Maui and Oahu this weekend.

Hawaii is preparing ahead of Ana and Gov. Neil Abercrombie declared a state of emergency, which will allow the state to access state and federal resources.

(MORE: Hawaii Prepares For Ana | Hawaii Declares A State Of Emergency)


Projected Path

Projected Path

It is worth mentioning wind shear may increase as Ana tracks near/through parts of Hawaii this weekend. Furthermore, as the Central Pacific Hurricane Center stresses, Ana’s low-level circulation may be disrupted by the islands themselves, as we saw with Tropical Storm Iselle in early August.

The forecast path graphic above gives the latest thinking from the CPHC on track of Ana’s center and intensity. Keep in mind tropical cyclones are not a point, but have impacts that extend some distance beyond the center of circulation. In this case, tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 80 miles from Ana’s center of circulation.

Based on that forecast, the Big Island may see bands of heavy rain and stronger winds as soon as Friday afternoon local time. Heavy rain could cause flash flooding and mudslides.

A flash flood watch will be in effect for the Big Island from noon Friday through Sunday evening (local time), as total rain accumulations of six to twelve inches are possible.

Larger swells should build in the eastern Hawaiian Islands through Friday morning, and then spread through the island chain this weekend. Surf produced by these swells may be damaging, especially along exposed south and southeast shorelines starting on Friday night.

Ana may then pass near the rest of the islands this weekend, but it’s far from certain whether the center will pass close enough to produce significant impacts. A track toward the southern edge of the forecast path may produce very little significant high wind impact. All those critical details are yet to be determined.

(FORECASTS: Hilo | Maui | Honolulu)

Since 1950, only four hurricanes have tracked within 150 nautical miles of Honolulu. Hurricane Iniki (1992) and Hurricane Dot (1959) both made landfall on Kauai. Dot’s center passed about 80 miles west-southwest of Honolulu as a Category 3 hurricane on August 6, 1959.

(MORE: Hawaiian Hurricanes | Is A Third Tropical Threat For Hawaii Unusual?)

Hawaii has already taken a hit from a landfalling tropical cyclone this season. Tropical Storm Iselle made landfall on the Big Island on Aug. 8, causing extensive damage and power outages.

Interests in the entire Hawaiian Island chain should continue to monitor the progress of Ana closely. Stay with The Weather Channel and weather.com for updates on this system.

Go here for VIDEO: http://www.weather.com/news/weather-hurricanes/hurricane-ana-hawaii-pacific-20141017


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