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|weather satellite images below show the effects of the shift in the Earth's axis|
The image above shows an example of the storm which rotated over Texas, Oklahoma & Kansas like a giant, landlocked hurricane. It was continuously spinning counterclockwise over this area from April to July 2007. Like blades of a fan, the drenching rain hit this area in bands of storms which created tropical downpours every day around 4 PM. During these months, only 3 days without rain occurred. The rain came down so hard, as much as 10 inches in less than an hour flooded the region. Rainfall totals were far more than the sum of a normal 5 year period.
This weather is not typical for Dry, hot northern Texas. But it is typical of central America and would correlate with the shift in the Earth's axis.
links below show the Daily
Satellite weather loops from April to July 2007
which show the landlocked, hurricane-like tropical storms rotating over
the central US. The jet stream was also flowing from north to south down
the Rocky Mountains which met the upflow of warm Gulf air and caused the
counterclockwise hurricane appearance of the clouds which formed in the
center over Northern Texas and Oklahoma.
Additional satellite image loops provide Monthly Satellite comparisons for years 2001 to 2007 Each monthly Loop depicts a single time frame of 4PM CST each day during the months of April, May & June. Each frame of the loop is 4PM at each day of the month.
All time depicted on the actual images is shown in Zulu.
Daily Animated Satellite weather loops from April to July 2007
Monthly Animated Satellite weather loops showing 1 frame for each day at 4 PM
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|Images courtesy Plymouth State College and NWS|