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Monster Storm Bigger Than Katrina Headed Toward Alaska

November 8, 2014  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
Monster Storm Bigger Than Katrina Headed Toward Alaska

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From Accuweather–“You’ve probably heard the news, this storm could break the 1977 record for the lowest atmospheric pressure recorded in Alaska, which was 925 mb measured in Dutch Harbor. It will be close. But of greater importance is where the impacts of this storm will and will NOT be felt…”

AccuWeather.com meteorologists believe that this system could become one of the most intense storms to move over the Bering Sea. The central pressure of this system is forecast to drop below 930 millibars on Friday night.

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To put this in perspective, the lowest pressure recorded in Hurricane Sandy was 940 millibars.
If the pressure of this storm does drop this low, it will be in contention for becoming one of the most powerful storms to ever develop over the Bering Sea in recorded history in terms of central pressure.

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The current record stands at 925 millibars from a powerful storm that moved over the Bering Sea on Oct. 25, 1977.”

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