Depression strengthens into Tropical ...

Depression strengthens into Tropical Storm Wali in Central Pacific

There are 7 comments on the CBS 3 Springfield story from Jul 18, 2014, titled Depression strengthens into Tropical Storm Wali in Central Pacific. In it, CBS 3 Springfield reports that:

The first tropical storm in the Central Pacific formed today about 1,000 miles southeast of the Big Island.

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Joe Balls

Honolulu, HI

#1 Jul 18, 2014
See if Waianae gets even a drop. Our forecasters SUCK.
Leaky Lolo

Honolulu, HI

#2 Jul 18, 2014
Joe Balls wrote:
See if Waianae gets even a drop. Our forecasters SUCK.
Why do you care what happens in Waianae you moved Water Stealer.
Joe Balls

Honolulu, HI

#3 Jul 18, 2014
Leaky Lolo wrote:
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Why do you care what happens in Waianae you moved Water Stealer.
I have crops there. Recently planted Mangos and Tobacco is just flowering, and I am supposed to plant Red Grapefruit tomorrow, IF the weather holds where it is. Weather makes a BIG difference when I put down chemicals like insecticide, weed killer and fertilizer. Hours matter. For instance, If the weatherman is incorrect I just wasted a lot of money this week on slug and snail killer. Basically, weather dictates what I do each day and that's why I'd like accurate weather reports from professionals instead of the silly local bastids that we have now, that are correct maybe 2% of the time. Watering is another story. If we get an inch of rain tomorrow, it works out to 64,000 gallons per acre. You think that's not important to me when it comes time to pay the water bill? That's information I NEED to know as much ahead of time as possible. Talk to Guru, he can explain things to you better. Now you know more about my business that you should and you're still stupid. Happy?
Leaky Lolo

Honolulu, HI

#5 Jul 19, 2014
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text> I have crops there. Recently planted Mangos and Tobacco is just flowering, and I am supposed to plant Red Grapefruit tomorrow, IF the weather holds where it is. Weather makes a BIG difference when I put down chemicals like insecticide, weed killer and fertilizer. Hours matter. For instance, If the weatherman is incorrect I just wasted a lot of money this week on slug and snail killer. Basically, weather dictates what I do each day and that's why I'd like accurate weather reports from professionals instead of the silly local bastids that we have now, that are correct maybe 2% of the time. Watering is another story. If we get an inch of rain tomorrow, it works out to 64,000 gallons per acre. You think that's not important to me when it comes time to pay the water bill? That's information I NEED to know as much ahead of time as possible. Talk to Guru, he can explain things to you better. Now you know more about my business that you should and you're still stupid. Happy?
Blah Blah! Where did you copy that from Water Stealer. That's too wordy for even BS'er joe.
Joes Hore

Honolulu, HI

#7 Jul 19, 2014
Guru wrote:
JB....looks like it will not hit you. The upper level wind shear is tearing it apart. It will send a wave to Hilo tonight, but that may be about it.
http://khon2.com/2014/07/17/first-tropical-de...
Good call.
Big Fat Joe went to bed early. Darkness has been scaring the puss.
Joe Balls

Honolulu, HI

#8 Jul 19, 2014
Guru wrote:
JB....looks like it will not hit you. The upper level wind shear is tearing it apart. It will send a wave to Hilo tonight, but that may be about it.
http://khon2.com/2014/07/17/first-tropical-de...
Good call.
THIS is what I'm talking about. The irresponsible media jackoffs are always wanting to panic the public with crazy forecasts and alerts just so people will tune in to their station and causing runs on the store shelves. My wife, kids, and even house guests spent time yesterday, helping me, tarping and tieing everything down for this storm yesterday, only to hear this morning that it was for nothing.
Neil

Honolulu, HI

#9 Jul 19, 2014
Joe Balls wrote:
See if Waianae gets even a drop. Our forecasters SUCK.
I'm civil to civil people, can you grasp the concept? Agreeing with me or not doesn't matter. Calling it "forecasters SUCK" is just immature.

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