Could the Zetas say how bad this hurricane season will be? Harvey can become the most expensive tropical cyclone in history. While Irma already second strongest ever in Atlantic (same as Wilma 2005, Gilbert 1988, "Labor day" 1935). Could you make a prediction? [and from another] http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gis/ Source of data: Irma track and forecast tracks. [and from another] https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/category-5-irma-5th-strongest-atl... Category 5 Hurricane Irma 2nd strongest ever in Atlantic. 5 September, 2017. Throughout the day this Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017, Category 5 Hurricane Irma has increased in power again and again, and as of 2 p.m. ET, contains sustained winds of 185 mph, tying with three others as the second most powerful Atlantic hurricane on record.
The US hurricane season in 2017 is far worse than it has been in recent years, breaking records with Harvey and now with Irma. The ferocity and path are as we have stated due to the Earth wobble, which has gotten more extreme in the past few months. In 2016 it was obvious that the Polar Push had gotten more extreme, with reports of a late sunrise in Alaska and erratic waves along the southern coast of Brazil. Nevertheless, the 2016 hurricane season showed the typical pattern. Compare to the 1951 hurricane season. They are similar.
With a stronger Polar Push the bounce back would likewise be more extreme, and the bounce back occurs when the Sun is over the Atlantic. As the wobble continued to get worse, the Figure 8 corrective lean to the right and left also got more extreme. This sets the stage for the current 2017 hurricane season. The Figure 8 of the wobble creates a churning in the Atlantic. First land on either side of the Atlantic is pushed under water during the Polar Push, then the N American Continent is slung to the East and then to the West as the day dawns and then the bounce back pulls this land back up to the North.
The wobble, in short, is churning the North Atlantic in a circular motion. Where this fits with the Coriolis effect, where the winds and water curl up from the Equator in a circular motion, moving clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, the lean to the left does a direct clash, pushing the storm back in a path toward the US coastline. This is the current Wobble pattern, but the Wobble is subject to change. A lean into Opposition has occurred, the N Pole leaning toward the Sun. And a temporary Lean to the Left could occur, as well as a temporary Day of Darkness for the Northern Hemisphere. This is not a static situation.