Enki Research Blog
In today’s media environment, with the constant pressure to keep eyes on screens and you clicking on sites, it’s hard to know when something is an actual threat vs. something there is no need to worry about. After all, if your revenue stream is based on interactions, telling people it’s OK to have a life … Continue reading →
As the sun rises over the eastern Atlantic this morning, media weather personalities are breathlessly generating gigabyles of content over an “invest area”. Here’s a quick overview. On the visual band image it’s hard to pick out the system … The global forecast models are all tracking some kind of organized low spinning up from … Continue reading →
There was an earthquake on the Afghanistan/Pakistan border overnight. While not especially strong (M5.9), the combination of poor construction and economic distress from decades of war means this will be a disaster far out of proportion to what the raw numbers will show. Here is the impact zone … The computer models indicate casualties are … Continue reading →
Despite the rain, recent thunderstorms have triggered a few fires in the area given the persistent dry conditions. The wildland fires on St. Catherine’s Island (Wikipedia), located between Savannah and Brunswick, are getting some media coverage (WJCL TV) and social media angst. The smoke plumes are visible from space, but a better picture can be … Continue reading →
There was a magnitude 3.9 earthquake between Stillmore and Metter this morning at 4:05am. Here is what it looked like on the Enki seismograph in midtown Savannah … While it was felt across South Georgia, it’s not likely it caused any major damage, although it wouldn’t surprise me if there were a couple of damage … Continue reading →
Tropical Storm Blas has formed off of the west coast of Mexico. It is expected to stay offshore, becoming a hurricane later today before it encounters adverse conditions Friday and begins to decay. Other that some higher than normal waves shouldn’t be a problem. Elsewhere, two “invest” areas are being tracked by NHC, both near … Continue reading →
The system off of the west coast of Mexico has been upgraded to a tropical depression as of 5am this morning, making it the second storm of the East Pacific season (EP022022). It will likely strengthen into a tropical storm and perhaps minimal hurricane as it skirts the coast, but conditions are not favorable for … Continue reading →
Most of the world is quiet from a tropical standpoint. There are a couple of areas on the US National Hurricane Center’s five day outlook. The one with the highest potential is just off the west coast of Mexico. Here’s a quick look at the areas tagged in the outlook … The system off of … Continue reading →
With PTC1/Alex on the prowl I didn’t have a chance to comment on this, but the City of Savannah posted this photograph last week to signal the start of Pride Month. Notice anything? Yep. The Ukrainian Flag is backwards. Sadly, ignorance/incompetence isn’t just limited to the City of Savannah … here’s a screen capture from … Continue reading →
Tropical Storm Alex (formerly Potential Tropical Cyclone One) is passing Bermuda today, causing some wind and rain but shouldn’t be anything bad unless something breaks that shouldn’t. Alex is already losing what tropical characteristic it had, and will be absorbed into the wider north Atlantic weather by mid-week. Here is the impact swath (winds over … Continue reading →
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