Well since Mr Hulten didn’t quite measure up in previous Iphone photos, his new attempt at weather forecasting seemed seems to have fallen short as well.
I found this story regarding Mr Hulten. Seems he fissed off a few folks down the West Coast this time.
Mr Hulten is such a strange little egg…
Calamity Kevin Hulten
Oh Kevin, I did some investigating about you and found some mighty interesting things, such as how you made claims that you were a government whistleblower set on rooting out a supposed conspiracy against your former boss involving Herald investigative reporters and county prosecutors, only to have the county spend nearly $35,000 on an independent attorney to investigate your claims and determine they were baseless.
It truly leaves me wondering when you were able to be trained as a “ FEMA-certified disaster PIO” as you claim?
Perhaps it was after you plead guilty to criminal evidence tampering in Block v Snohomish County case after receiving a “litigation hold” defense.
I’d really like to bust your chops on your claims of this “mega-storm packing 150 mph winds and 50-foot waves” which are supposed to pummel Washington this weekend, but then realized maybe why you made such exaggerated claims involving the Evergreen state is because you know your troubles have yet to begin.
Being sued for racketeering in US Federal Court with depositions expected to begin late this year or during the first quarter of 2017 must be quite stressful, so perhaps if you write it, it will hopefully come true washing away all your woes.
Evidently it was in response to this story…. Written by none other than Kevin Hulten himself…
Monday — Weather forecast
Mega-storm packing 150 mph winds and 50-foot waves set to pummel West Coast
While the nation’s media — even in the areas set to be hit by the approaching storm — continue to focus on Hurricanes Matthew and Nicole, a more powerful storm is headed for the Pacific Northwest with hurricane force winds cutting a 100 mile swath through the coast of Oregon and Washington.
The National Weather Service issued an extraordinary storm alert yesterday, warning against a. “worst case scenario, historical windstorm…that would be long remembered,” the alert stated. At that time, forecasters pegged the odds of the “worst-case scenario” landfall at 1 in 3. They’ve since darkened the outlook, saying the odds of a catastrophic outcome are 50–50.
So where did this all come from? A geographic area that — through the oddities of weather nomenclature — doesn’t produce easily-marketed “named” storms a la Matthew and Nicole. But the net effects are the same.
The remnant of Typhoon Songa has refocused into an unprecedented weather system comparable only to Seattle’s 1962 Columbus Day Storm, which killed 46 people with 150 mph winds and coastal flooding.
The 1962 storm leveled thousands of buildings from California to Canada and killed nearly 50.
On Tuesday, the NWS pointed out that the population and building density of the area has tripled since 1962, raising questions about the risk area residents face as the storm approaches — and whether anyone knows the storm is coming.Responses
Many other commenters have pointed out the exaggeration and factual errors here. But having a family member who has done work for FEMA, I was curious what exactly the requirements for becoming a“FEMA-certified disaster PIO” are. Turns out it’s an online course that takes about 2.5 hours from start to finish.