Name calling and personal attacks are not appropriate.
Using the spectrum width and radial velocity data from the three lowest angle scans Z, it sure looks like something was going on.
Nov 29, Lake Quinault Washington, Washington State, Olympic National Park In the early hours of January 27,more than trees suddenly and mysteriously fell in an area on the north side of Lake Quinault, on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Some of the large trees fell while others were snapped at the base like stumpcut.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. Feb 05, Many of the big tree falls on the north side of the Lake were limited to a roughly 1/2 stretch of the North Shore Road near the July Creek campground (see map above). But there were some scattered tree falls elsewhere, such as on the south side of the stumpcut.bar: Cliff Mass Weather Blog.
Feb 07, The Mystery Tree Fall Near Lake Quinault: Why Did It Happen? Part II Update: The final solution is here.
Unknown February 6, at AM.
One important development: Janet Cole of the National Park Service visited the site yesterday. Bill Bacchus, chief scientist of Olympic National Park, sent me this map of the damage, based on Janet's survey of the scene, and the following Author: Cliff Mass Weather Blog.
Nov 29, In the early hours of January 27,more than trees suddenly and mysteriously fell in an area on the north side of Lake Quinault, on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Some of the large trees fell while others were snapped at the base like twigs. Feb 16, Splintered old growth trees block the July Creek Trail along Lake Quinault in Olympic National Park after being toppled by a mysterious windstorm in Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Feb 08, A Seattle meteorologist is trying to figure out what happened. A meteorologist in northwestern Washington is trying to solve a meteorology mystery surrounding a massive tree fall.