Atmospheric River!

You came out of the nowhere, like a storm shaking up everything around you. You know how hard to unquestionably accept it! 😉 Welcome back friends and readers form the US, Germany, India, the UK, Czech Republic, and Kenya! 😉


That was the word that he kept sending it, and I wondered why he was asking that. He said: “You can come up with a million stories in a moment, how do you do that? You’re having such an extremely unique ability, I don’t think I’ve ever met someone like you”.

I answered many times: “Rather surprised!” Did he understand that? Not sure yet, but it would be revealed soon.

If you heard the news in the Bay Area, you’d know that you’d get a lot of showers today and for the next consecutive days. It was described as a rain river or with the right terminology: An atmospheric river (AR)

It is a narrow corridor or filament of concentrated moisture in the atmosphere. Atmospheric rivers consist of narrow bands of enhanced water vapor transport, typically along the boundaries between large areas of divergent surface air flow, including some frontal zones in association with extra-tropical cyclones that form over the oceans.


Pineapple Express storms are the most commonly represented and recognized type of atmospheric rivers; they are given the name due to the warm water vapor plumes originating over the Hawaiian tropics that follow a path towards California.

Let’s hope that it would be a cheerful river for all of you. Let’s expect the unexpected at the same time.

Until we chat again, look up at the sky where you’d find the letters of your topics, waving for you, to get your inspirational pulse, with our hugs and kisses ❤

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