Extreme weather is powered by repelling forces between electrons electrifying sectors of the auroral ovals after geomagnetic storms which induces an expanding force on the electrified air mass, powering horizontal expansion away from the poles and extreme weather along the interface between the polar air mass and mid latitude air mass moving from west to east around the equatorial plane.
During the solar maximum frequent geomagnetic storms result in extreme weather along the jet stream interface between expanding electrified polar air masses and mid latitude air mass including lightning storms, flash flooding and tornadoes.
CLASS G-2 GEOMAGNETIC STORM APRIL 16-17 2015
Flux rope CME ejected from the sun Feb 4 2021
CRACKS IN EARTH’S MAGNETIC FIELD: Minor cracks are opening in Earth’s magnetic field on Feb. 6th as the interplanetary magnetic field near our planet tips south. A solar wind stream due to arrive on Feb. 7th could flow through the gaps, igniting polar auroras.
When Bz (solar field line polarity) is south, that is, opposite Earth’s magnetic field, the two fields link up. You can then follow a field line from Earth directly into the solar wind and eventually back to the sun. South-pointing Bz’s open a crack through which energy from the solar wind can reach Earth’s atmosphere. South-pointing Bz’s often herald widespread auroras, triggered by solar wind gusts or coronal mass ejections that are able to inject energy into our planet’s magnetosphere.
Jet Stream over North America Feb 5 2021
Class G-1 Geomagnetic storm and circumpolar auroras Feb 6-9 2021
Auroras around the Arctic Circle Feb 13 2021
With millions of homes without power and the coldest temperatures in decades, Texans endured a miserable night in the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri. As temperatures dropped into the single digits, people desperately sought ways to stay warm, sometimes with deadly results.
Winter Storm Uri hits Texas Feb 16 2021
GEOMAGNETIC STORMS & BRIGHT ARCTIC AURORAS FEB 28-MAR 2, 2019
Over the course of 6 hours, a total of 41 tornadoes touched down across portions of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. The strongest of these was an EF4 tornado that devastated rural communities from Beauregard, Alabama through Smiths Station, Alabama to Talbotton, Georgia, killing 23 people and injuring at least 100 others
400+ TORNADOES FROM ALABAMA TO FLORIDA MAR 3, 2019
CME IMPACT AND BRIGHT AURORAS OVER CANADA MAY 10 2019
EXPLODING FILAMENTS INDUCE 4 EARTH DIRECTED CMEs MAY 10-11 2019
CLASS G-3 GEOMAGNETIC STORMS AND BRIGHT AURORAS MAY 14 2019
CME LIKE SHOCK WAVE IMPACTS MAGNETOSPHEREMAY 27 2019
The tornado outbreak sequence of May 2019 was a prolonged series of destructive tornadoes and tornado outbreaks affecting the United States over the course of nearly two weeks, producing a total of 392 tornadoes, including 51 significant events (EF2+).
200+ TORNADOES DEVASTATE THE US MIDWEST MAY 19-29 2019
Tornadoes begin as anticlockwise vortexes of ionized cloud droplets with rotation powered by magnetic moments embedded in the atmosphere and the circular rotation of vortex ions induce magnetic moments and their sum as a dipole field along the vortex rotation axis.
The like polarity pole of the dipole field induced by vortex rotation is along the rotation axis up through the cloud and the opposite polarity pole is along the rotation axis toward the ground which attracts vortex ions causing vortex ions to spiral along the rotation axis toward the ground.
When a vortex touches the ground circuits are opened between field lines draping the cloud and electrified field lines draping ground surfaces which induces a current surge of ground charge, repelled by their like charges and attracted to the like polarity pole of the vortex field, which spirals up vortex field lines inducing magnetic moments catastrophically increasing the attractive force of the dipole field attracting cloud ions toward the ground, transforming the cloud vortex into a tornado.
Electrons trapped on electrified clouds cycle in the same instant and induce repelling forces between their like charges and induce a compressing force on electrified clouds between cycles increasing cloud density, which float close to the ground and the repelling force of cloud electrons repels ground charge from rainshadow surfaces inducing a voltage potential between cloud and ground attracting electrons to rainshadow surfaces.
When the repelling force between cloud electrons plus the attractive force between cloud electrons exceeds the dielectric resistance of the atmosphere below the storm cell leaders develop ionizing a conductive pathway through the atmosphere and when leaders connect the voltage potential induces a cloud to ground lightning strike.
The primary strike depletes cloud charge, neutralizes the rainshadow effect and reversing the voltage potential which powers a return strike of ground charge into the cloud, along the pathway ionized by the primary strike, and carries the return strike through the cloud into the upper atmosphere.
Return strike electrons cycle in the same instant on the field lines of twin phase electrons which spiral towards the ionosphere between cycles with clockwise in tubes of their merged field lines inducing magnetic moments and their sum as a dipole field along the current tube rotation axis with like polarity pole to the monopole planetary field attracting return strike electrons toward the ionosphere.
When return strike current tubes cross into the ionosphere current sheet into the ionosphere the current tubes trap like polarity ions to the monopole field which are attracted by the opposite polarity pole to the monopole field of the dipole field induced by return strike electrons powering high velocity currents of trapped ions toward the ground
Current tube ions transform the attractive force of the dipole field into kinetic energy and frictional forces which transform kinetic energy into photons, illuminating current tubes, appearing above lightning storms as sprites.