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9/11 Weather Anomalies and Field Effects
(page 9)

by

Judy Wood

This page last updated, July 30, 2008

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(originally posted: March 25, 2008)
Hurricane Erin, September 11, 2001
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A Controlled Environment? Hurricane Erin, (9/1/01 - 9/17/01) Top

Figure 2. Hurricane Erin, September 1-17, 2001
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Best track positions for Hurricane Erin, September 2001.
Best track positions for Hurricane Erin, September 2001.
Figure 3a. Hurricane Erin, September 11, 2001, at about 37.4°N, 65.6°W, which corresponds to abut 10:15AM (EDT).
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Figure 3b. Best track of Hurricane Erin, September 1-17, 2001
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Figure 4a. Hurricane Erin, September 1-17, 2001
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Figure 4b. Hurricane Erin, September 1-17, 2001
website: 2001_erin_far_s.jpg



Hurricane Alex (July 31 - August 7, 2004) Top

Best track positions for Hurricane Erin, September 2001.
Best track positions for Hurricane Erin, September 2001.
Figure 5a. Hurricane Alex (July 31 - August 7, 2004).
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Figure 5b. Best track of Hurricane Alex (July 31 - August 7, 2004)
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Figure 6a. Hurricane Alex (July 31 - August 7, 2004)
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Figure 6b. Hurricane Alex (July 31 - August 7, 2004)
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Hurricane Florence, (9/3/06 - 9/12/06) Top

Figure 7a. Hurricane Florence, September 3-12, 2006
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Figure 7b. Hurricane Florence, September 3-12, 2006
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Figure 8a. Hurricane Florence, September 3-12, 2006
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Figure 8b. Hurricane Florence, September 3-12, 2006
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Hurricane Felix, (8/8/1995 - 8/25/1995) Top

Figure 9a. Hurricane Felix, August 8-25, 1995
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Figure 9b. Hurricane Felix, August 8-25, 1995
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Figure 10a. Hurricane Felix, August 8-25, 1995
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Figure 10b. Hurricane Felix, August 8-25, 1995
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website: 1995_felix_far_s.jpg


Hurricane Isaac, (9/27/06 - 10/3/06) Top

Figure 11a. Hurricane Isaac, September 27- October 2, 2006
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Figure 11b. Hurricane Isaac, September 27- October 2, 2006
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Figure 12a. Hurricane Isaac, September 27- October 2, 2006
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Figure 12b. Hurricane Isaac, September 27- October 2, 2006
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Hurricane Wilma, (10/15/05 - 10/3/05) Top

Figure 13a. Hurricane Wilma, October 15-25, 2005
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Figure 13b. Hurricane Wilma, October 15-25, 2005

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Figure 14a. Hurricane Wilma, October 15-25, 2005

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Figure 14b. Hurricane Wilma, October 15-25, 2005

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Hurricane Alex (July 31 - August 7, 2004) Top

Figure 15. Alex,
Frequency of data sampling
anomalous moisture

Source: website: higher-resolution
Figure 16. Alex,
Humidity,
Dew Point,
Temperature

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Figure 17. Alex,
Humidity,
Dew Point,
Pressure

Source: website: higher-resolution
Figure 18. Alex,
Wind Speed
Wind Direction
(direction legned)

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Figure 19. Alex,
Temperature
Humidity
Pressure
Dew Point
Visibility
Wind Speed
Wind Direction
Source: website: higher-resolution
(a)
(b) E-wind
(c) W-wind
Figure 20. Sign convensions for wind direction in the above graphs.
These sign convensions for wind direction provide numerical values that are shown in the graphs.

If the wind is fluctuation between East and ENE, there will be a jump in the graph of the E-wind orientation (b). In this case, the W-wind orientation (c) would show a smooth transition in direction. Source: Wood


Hurricane Erin (9/1/01 - 9/17/01) Top

Figure 21. Erin,
Frequency of data sampling
anomalous moisture

Source: website: higher-resolution
Figure 22. Erin,
Humidity,
Dew Point,
Temperature

Source: website: higher-resolution
Figure 23. Erin,
Humidity,
Dew Point,
Pressure

Source: website: higher-resolution
Figure 24. Erin,
Wind Speed
Wind Direction
(direction legned)

Source: website: higher-resolution
Figure 25. Erin,
Temperature
Humidity
Pressure
Dew Point
Visibility
Wind Speed
Wind Direction
Source: website: higher-resolution
(a)
(b) E-wind
(c) W-wind
Figure 26. Sign convensions for wind direction in the above graphs.
These sign convensions for wind direction provide numerical values that are shown in the graphs.

If the wind is fluctuation between East and ENE, there will be a jump in the graph of the E-wind orientation (b). In this case, the W-wind orientation (c) would show a smooth transition in direction. Source: Wood









Airport Weather Reports in the NYC Area on 9/11/01, (9/11/01) Top

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Figure 32. LaGuardia, NY
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Figure 33. Farmingdale, NJ
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Figure 34. Republic, NY
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Figure 35. New Haven, CT
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Figure 36. New London, CT
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trace? thunder
thunder
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rain
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Figure 37. Newark, NJ
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Figure 38.JFK, NY
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Figure 39. Islip, Long Island
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Figure 40. Bridgeport, CT
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Figure 41. Central Park, NY
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rain thunder
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Reference 48.
(11/6/03) Source:, http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=10926



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Magnetic Reconnection Top