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The evidence based on hurricane activity recorded in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans points towards the most active season ever recorded. It is becoming more and more apparent that weather patterns are intensifying causing perilous times for our planet foretold in the Bible


 

October 23 - The Atlantic and Pacific Ocean hurricane season is most powerful on record this year

Article: Signs Of The Last Times
 

The oceans near North America have been angry this year. When all the hurricanes and tropical storms that have formed in the Atlantic and eastern Pacific Oceans this year are added together, the 2018 hurricane season is the most active season ever recorded, Colorado State University meteorologist Phil Klotzbach announced Tuesday.

 

Florence and Michael were the most destructive storms in the Atlantic, while the eastern Pacific featured several powerhouse storms, including Lane, Rosa, Sergio and now, Willa.

To determine the strength of a given season, scientists use the "Accumulated Cyclone Energy" (ACE) index, which adds together the intensity and duration of all the tropical storms and hurricanes that formed. So far in 2018, the ACE for the Atlantic and eastern Pacific seasons together is 432 units of energy, shattering the record of 371, which was set in 1992, Klotzbach said. On average, the two ocean's combined ACE is 221 units. 

 

The Alantic by itself did not set an ACE record this year. However, it's been a record breaker for storms in the eastern Pacific Ocean: "The current ACE in the eastern Pacific is 311," Klotzbach said. "That is the record breaking the old record of 295 set in 1992." A total of 22 named storms have formed in the eastern Pacific, still five short of the all-time record of 27 set in 1992.

 

Though the number of storms is not a record, their extreme wind speeds have been: Klotzbach said that the most impressive record in the eastern Pacific this year is the number of major hurricane days. That stat measures the number of days that a major hurricane (winds of 111 mph or greater) occurred. "We've already had 34.5 major hurricane days this year, which shatters the old record of 24 major hurricane days set in 2015," Klotzbach said.

 

 

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