how some parts of the nordstream were welded, in poor english.
It is a La Nina year. There's been many hurricanes in the pacific, but none in the Atlantic - except for Fiona. There was a massive, huge typhoon called Merbok that slammed into the polar jet stream near Alaska a few days ago. This disrupted all of the weather in North America, including dropping temperatures down to the high 50s in Los Angeles overnight last night.
It bumped Hurricane Fiona away from the Gulf, toward Nova Scotia.
La Nina =/= Pacific storms. What gives? Any theories?
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