It’s November, 2017, and the Great Artificial Drought has been broken by the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the vicinity of the weather warfare infrastructure that manly still mistakenly presume only carries cell phone traffic and weather radar data.
October 3, 2017 – Parts of Minnesota see month’s worth of rain in 24 hours
As of Tuesday morning, the Twin Cities metro has already received more than the average rainfall for the entire month of October in just the first three days of the month.
The metro had received 2.53 inches of rain as of 7 a.m., surpassing the average of 2.43 inches.
The Twin Cities also set a daily record rainfall for Oct. 2 with 2.18 inches of rain recorded at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, according to the National Weather Service
(holds mentioning of the record until last. That’s called ‘burying’ it in journalistic parlance. Also carefully makes no mention of the previous record – ed)
October 14, 2017 – Chicago (O’Hare): October 14 rainfall of 4.19″
Daily record for the date breaking previous of 1.15″ in 2003.
(provides the old and new records, but carefully omits the percentage of the new record above the old, as printing it would be much more impactful. So I had to do the math. It’s 264% above the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)
October 15, 2017 – India – 2017 is Bengaluru’s all-time wettest year – The Hindu
October 17, 2017 – Rain records have been smashed in parts of Queensland
PARTS of Queensland have seen the heaviest ever October rainfall and things are only going to get worse.
HORRIFIC rainfall is set to continue in Queensland which has seen its wettest October on record.
It’s only the very beginning of the wet season in the Sunshine State but in some towns the rain is the worst it has been in years.
Up to 400mm of rain was dumped in parts of the state since Saturday, and it has led to flooding and even a death.
Hervey Bay and Bundaberg have recorded their wettest Octobers on record.
Just under 400mm fell in Bundaberg, smashing the 1953 record of 280.8mm and, Hervey Bay, more than 374mm fell — breaching the 240.1mm record set in 1949.
“During the wet season, there’s definitely been much heavier rain in the past,” said Mr Saunders.
“But for this time of year, the very beginning of the wet season, we have broken some records.
(provides the old and new records, but carefully omits the percentage of the new over the old, as printing it would be much more impactful. So I had to do the math. Hervey Bay and Bundaberg were 56 and 42 percent above the previous records. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)
October 23, 2017 – Nearing the end of October 2017, it’s hard to believe that many areas were suffering from drought conditions a month earlier.
October 24, 2017 – Wettest October on record for West Michigan
WEST MICHIGAN — After a very dry September, we have already set new records for rainfall in October.
The National Weather Service reports this is the Wettest October on Record for Grand Rapids, Muskegon and Lansing.
Grand Rapids – 2017- 8.44 inches, 1954, 8.32 inches
Lansing – 2017 – 7.81 inches, 1941, 7.32 inches
Muskegon – 2017 – 7.53 inches, 1991, 7.33 inches
(Lists the old and new records, but carefully withholds the percentage increases, new over old, as printing them would be much more impactful. So I had to do the math. They are, respectively, 1.4%, 6.7% and 2.7% above the previous record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. As a bonus, you can see the Masonically-important ‘32’s’ and ‘33’ in all three of the previous records – ed)
October 29, 2017 – Ottawa sets rainfall record
Ottawa is drying out after a record breaking rainfall flooded roads and basements across the city.
Environment Canada says 56 mm of rain fell on Ottawa Monday, most of it in a six hour period. A total of 108 mm of rain fell at the Ottawa Airport between Saturday afternoon and Monday at 12 p.m. A weather station in downtown Ottawa received 112 mm of rain during the same period.
A record 1,084 mm of rain has fallen on Ottawa in the first 10 months of the year. The previous record for annual rainfall in 12 months was 1,000 mm set back in 2006.
(Can you see how they use the first ten months of 2017, and compare them to the year’s total for 2006? It’s accurate, but confusing – ed)
October 29, 2017 – Syracuse breaks 45-year-old record for most rainfall; more rain on the way
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — So much rain fell already Sunday that it set a new record for the most rainfall in Syracuse on this date, according to the National Weather Service.
So far today, 0.91 inches of rain fell in Syracuse, the weather service reported.
This breaks the previous record of 0.62 inches, set in 1972.
Since the rain hasn’t stopped, Sunday’s rainfall record will continue to grow tonight, National Weather Service meteorologists said.
“Additional rain will add to this total before midnight tonight,” meteorologists said in a record event report.
(They moved to report it prior to the full amount being known, so the difference would be less. And they withheld the percentage, as printing it would be more impactful. So I had to do the math. Even with the cutting-up of the data, the new record is 47 percent above the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins – ed)
October 30, 2017 – By 3 a.m., Syracuse had already broken today’s rainfall record
Syracuse, N.Y. — By 3 a.m., Syracuse had already broken the rainfall record for Oct. 30.
The record had been 1.02 inches, set in 1955. From midnight to 3 this morning, 1.08 inches of rain fell.
As of 7 a.m., today’s rainfall total had risen to 1.65 inches, with the worst of the storm winding down.
It’s the second day in a row Syracuse set a rainfall record. Hancock International Airport recorded 0.91 inches on Sunday, beating the record of 0.62 inches, set in 1972.
(They used the same technique in two different news stories two days in a row. Here, again, they report mid-stream, hedging “As of 7 a.m., today’s rainfall total had risen to 1.65 inches, with the worst of the storm winding down…” They’re pretending to be on-the-spot reporters, rushing to get you the news, while engaging in a formulaic technique to hedge and defray. Using even these numbers, previous record 1.02 to deliberately-under-reported 1.65, that’s an 61.56% increase over the old record. I know, because I had to do the math. They deliberately withheld the percentage as printing it would be much more impactful. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins –ed)
October 30, 2017 – Asheville having second-wettest October on record
No, it’s not your imagination – October has been one ridiculously wet month.
As of Monday morning, the Ashville Regional Airport had recorded 9.68 inches of rain for the month, the second-wettest October on record – and those records date to 1869, according to the National Weather Service. Average rainfall for October is 2.91 inches.
The last time it rained this much in an October, World War I was nearing its end and the Spanish flu caused a worldwide health crisis.
“The record for October precipitation is 11.32 inches, and that goes back to 1918,” said Jeffrey Taylor, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Greer, South Carolina, which monitors the weather in Western North Carolina.
Asheville set a daily record for rainfall on Oct. 23, when 3.52 inches fell.
(‘Buries’ the 10/23 record until last, and carefully withholds the previous record for 10/23. The proud mention of the inside-job Spanish Flu op is a bonus – ed)
October 31, 2017 – Is it Halloween or Christmas? Northern Michigan already getting pounded with snow