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CameTrue Hurricane Danny Prediction
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Based upon the dreambot run for 7-20-15, I am predicting that Hurricane/Tropical Storm Danny will form during the Leo timeframe and hit St. Georges Island, Florida, causing damage and flooding. Storm surge is highly likely to be a major cause of damage as well as waves.  This will be more of a water event though wind will cause major damage too. There is a chance the strong winds will cause some smaller fires to burn.
http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/T...4#pid16604

(07-20-2015, 01:32 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Based upon the dreambot run for 7-20-15, I am predicting that Hurricane/Tropical Storm Danny will form during the Leo timeframe and hit St. Georges Island, Florida, causing damage and flooding. Storm surge is highly likely to be a major cause of damage as well as waves.  This will be more of a water event though wind will cause major damage too. There is a chance the strong winds will cause some smaller fires to burn.
http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/T...4#pid16604

Adding the possible location of St.  George Grenada to the prediction,
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(07-20-2015, 01:32 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Based upon the dreambot run for 7-20-15, I am predicting that Hurricane/Tropical Storm Danny will form during the Leo timeframe and hit St. Georges Island, Florida, causing damage and flooding. Storm surge is highly likely to be a major cause of damage as well as waves.  This will be more of a water event though wind will cause major damage too. There is a chance the strong winds will cause some smaller fires to burn.
http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/T...4#pid16604

(07-20-2015, 01:32 PM)twiceblessed9 Wrote: Based upon the dreambot run for 7-20-15, I am predicting that Hurricane/Tropical Storm Danny will form during the Leo timeframe and hit St. Georges Island, Florida, causing damage and flooding. Storm surge is highly likely to be a major cause of damage as well as waves.  This will be more of a water event though wind will cause major damage too. There is a chance the strong winds will cause some smaller fires to burn.
http://nationaldreamcenter.com/forum18/T...4#pid16604

Adding the possible location of St.  George Grenada to the prediction,

Since I mis-read BENCH as BEACH (3 different times), I will put less weight on my original prediction of St. George as a location. It is still a possible location but less so. Everything else remains the same. Look for Danny during Leo.
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Wow. Twice, rereading the bot run based on your analysis makes me feel dumb because of all the clear verbiage I missed. Smile Very nice picking up on those metaphors. Almost reads like a book doesn't it?
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#4
Well, dumb is reading bench as beach 3 different times . lol
It seems pretty clear. I will be interested to see if it indeed happens . Watch Danny just became a little tiny Tropical Storm and never hit land or be a concern. Well, I guess that would actually be a good thing, right? lol
I believe that even if I NEVER see another dreambot run, I will forever view words as metaphors now lol
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I hear ya! LMAO, Twice. You're precious indeed. Yeah, as far as wanting to see a prediction come true...it's ego versus love for others, and the only thing I've seen in you is the latter. Oh remember this: The law of 10%. When the dreams tell us a 500' wave is coming to Hawaii, then 10% of that will come in actuality. Yes, a 50' wave is still big. For some reason, the dreams reliably exaggerate what is coming, even though the predictions tend to be very accurate.

Also keep in mind that your only source is one bot run. That is somewhat dangerous even though the lingo seems to read like a book. Bot runs obviously CAN come true, but they don't have nearly as much reliability as when they overlap with other dreams.

That being said, I am SO GLAD you documented your prediction here, because its something that us DFs need to start doing. It's time we really press the accelerator on this stuff because the methods work. Dreams and bot runs can predict accurately, and DFs can learn how to increase their probabilities.

20 reputation points for putting your neck out there. I have great respect for you!
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Thank you Eagle. Very kind words you wrote there Sir! Smile
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#7
Well, it is official, we have a Danny. It is a Tropical Storm right currently and formed in the Leo time frame. That was the easy part. Now to see what will happen next.
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/#DANNY
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Wow, Twice. Your prediction is now starting to give me the chills.
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#9
Twice, It looks like St George is too far away (West side of FL), but Georgetown, Guyana is fairly close to the predicted path.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/George...440b00eb7d
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You have got to be kidding me. Am I the only one with raised eyebrows right now? I'm thinking that this is a phenomenal prediction by TwiceBlessed. I'm floored.

Also, I'm rethinking this George location. It appears that the eddies have indeed hit Georgetown, Guyana, but I'm also seeing that the main path of Danny is directly in between Georgetown and St. George.
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Ok, I admit it. This is really exciting. Big Grin Watching to see what actually happens that is. They say it might weaken a considerable amount but maybe it will hit "Georgesomewhere" before hand.
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The projected path of now T.S. Danny will put it over the Leeward Islands, home to different islands including Antigua. The airport for Antigua is located in St. George's Parish. Antigua is on a Tropical Storm watch. Many flights out of the airport in Antigua, in St. Georges parish, have been canceled. St John's will appear in different press releases regarding Danny as it is the capitol. St. George's is the parish to the east of St. John's parish on Antigua.
http://www.weather.com/storms/hurricane/...antic-2015
http://www.liat.com/
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#13
It's definitely a #CameTrue, but we shall await the conclusion of Hurricane Danny before we make our final analysis. I think Twice is making history here with this thread!
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Latest path for Danny, right over Antigua.
http://www.weather.com/storms/hurricane/...antic-2015
This is so cool!!!!
AND the best part is that it isn't a dangerous hurricane anymore, it is a Tropical Storm. So the prediction CAN happen but not be to damaging. In fact, rain is needed in the area as there is a drought.
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#15
Twice, I agree 100%....we consistently see accurate predictions, AND they always less catastrophic than originally thought. Accurate but less severe. This is what makes our DFs happy campers. We can be elated when the prediction comes true, while not having to ruminate on widespread death and destruction.

Perhaps that is why we are being blessed with these predictive tools in this manner. That is, receiving precise predictions without any of the inevitable guilt associated with getting it right.

Expect some accolade forthcoming. Thanks again for this thread and prediction. History has been made here!
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