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Hot on the heels of remnant hurricane Helène, is Storm 'Ali'; the 1st of WINTER!

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Which is a strange phenomenon (because it's only Autumn), and the meteorologists are keen to rub in the fear-factor. Is STORM 'Ali' a by-product of Geo-Engineering, and they think they know it? Apparently not ...

It's just a ... thing ... and a continuation of my see-to with The Met-Office, as I confronted them about their Storm labeling system last winter on Twitter and things changed (seemingly), as a result of me pointing out several errors in the Irish/UK's Met-Office Storm-labeling system.
This video about 'Ali' touches upon how Met Eiræn and Met UK have had to work out their differences.

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