1. If it’s above the North Atlantic, central North Pacific or eastern North Pacific oceans (Florida, Caribbean Islands, Texas, Hawaii, etc.), we call it a hurricane. If it hovers over the Northwest Pacific Ocean (usually East Asia), we call it a typhoon.

      Source: Redcross

    2. The different terms are confusing. Many people think a hurricane is something different from a typhoon. It would be easier if they just called them all hurricanes in English.

    1. @Laura Lafauve It will never happen until Jesus comes back and rules the earth a 1000 years of peace.

    2. @7X HARDER If the nukes start flying, your going to see a huge increase in storms, fires, volcanic eruptions, and of course mushroom clouds and fall out

  1. Damn my family just moved to Mazatlan from Los Angeles. Just talked them and they are leaving out today.

  2. Typically don’t see much activity in the Eastern Pacific during La Nina conditions. This is surprising.

    1. πŸ“ 𝐌𝐘 π‡πŽπ“ π•πˆπƒπ„πŽ - SΔ˜Γ‰ NΓ“W ! says:

      Not a bad idea to get a new one πŸ˜ΎπŸ‘πŸΏπŸ™€

  3. I am helping as a volunteer I am impressed how one is helping another in the community some people, are even donating food to the domestic animals .
    Love is overcoming the
    pain βœοΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

    1. πŸ“ 𝐌𝐘 π‡πŽπ“ π•πˆπƒπ„πŽ - SΔ˜Γ‰ NΓ“W ! says:

      But the new study πŸ“– shows a πŸ™€πŸ€²πŸ€œπŸ€˜πŸ½

    2. @Annafaith it is wonderful to see how one is helping another!
      Today was better than yesterday , we are not hopeless!
      Please keep your prayers for us ,
      Blessings πŸ™

  4. Our Canadian Atlantic coast was battered by Andy just prior to Ian punishing the Atlantic south coast. Could the only thing more destructive than the increased frequency of hurricanes be willful blindness?

    1. @David MacPhee We can do a lot. We can build stronger homes made of concrete. We can demand every home have solar panel’s and batteries. We can, demand better/stronger powerline placement so storms don’t knock them out.

      But at the end the day, if every year like clockyear your underwater we need to deem these places unhabitable. The federal goverment must step in and bail out the homeowners/renters/businesses and be done with it.

      Whatever we can fix with technology we should. Whatever we can’t we have to abandon.

    2. @Alexandros Theodorou I was just reading about a community 12 miles inland from Fort Myers, Babcock Ranch, which operates entirely on solar power, has buried power cables and special building codes. They came through this unscathed. The decision to build Florida out over mangroves (which are a natural barrier to storm surge) and create a metropolis built on a swamp was very misguided.

    3. @Sheila Boston Can you send me a link? Or a way to read it? I need to post this online. I live in Orlando. My power never went out. But my neighborhood got flooded.

    4. @Alexandros Theodorou Search “This 100% solar community endured Hurricane Ian with no loss of power and minimal damage” a CNN article

  5. Puerto Rico, Florida, South Carolina, Nova Scotia, and now Mexico severely impacted so far this year, and there are two months left to the season. Lots to pray for…

  6. We live in MazatlΓ‘n. Right now it’s dead calm. Knowing what’s coming, that is almost always an ominous sign.

    1. @EagleRockers Yeah I know now and I had watched the entire video before commenting and somehow missed it the first time whilst half asleep, sorry!

    2. Id love to know which part of Mazatlan you are in because I see everyone here taking all the groceries from the supermarkets and lots of traffic

  7. Our thoughts are with the people of Mexico πŸ‡²πŸ‡½! We hope this storm fizzles out as it approaches the shore.

    1. πŸ“ 𝐌𝐘 π‡πŽπ“ π•πˆπƒπ„πŽ - SΔ˜Γ‰ NΓ“W ! says:

      Hey there I just wanted to πŸ™€πŸ‘πŸΏπŸ€ž

    2. @Thou Swell yes…looks like they are forecasting it to drop in severity a bit…..but will still be no bueno for the area and people.

  8. mexico builds house on concrete and brick…that helps houses to be stronger and resist this type of hurricanes and helps keep the damages and death toll at way smaller numbers than in florida.
    I hope sinaloa ,guadalajara ,Nayarit,colima, michoacan and sonora, as well as the bajas, stay safe and ride this new storm just like they rode a cat 5 years ago , and where the mountains broke it off almost immediately .
    mexicos people survives this and more, even with corrupt government and lack of services. that’s how strong they are.

    1. And the north of Mexico REALLY needed the rain, hopefully gets to where is needed. I only feel for fishermen and more vulnerable people in our country

  9. A slow, wet, storm slowly pushing up, on a mountainous crest. There, it will slow down further, giving it the chance to dump yet more rain. A lot of rain. Not just flooding, but mud/land slides are going to be a major issue.
    Better batten down those hatches!

  10. pretty crazy how bad the season has gotten when there was basically zero activity for the first few months. these last few seasons have been so wild for hurricane activity compared to say pre 2018

  11. Prayers for all my expat amigos on the West coast of Mexico πŸ’šβ€οΈπŸ’ž

    1. 1 Tales From The Leash: Expat Dog Life Fuk what you saying it here 😠 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMO9A7yB1bQ

      Felicidades, es un buen ejemplo. 😠
      5:25 Se deja ver que hay muy buenos resultados 😠😠

      Saludos desde la Cd.. de world πŸŒΉπŸ˜‰πŸ’–
      los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer

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