I have been using uRADMonitor as well as radiationnetwork to survey radioactivity since mid-September. Hurricanes this year have been very powerful. A depression naturally seeks to balance as quickly as possible and nuclear reactors have a big thermal output creating local overpressures and thus an attraction for hurricanes. “Convections” may be sparked by the hurricane approaching. The repeated flashes of light in the sky around nuclear reactors demonstrate the leak. It is “supercritical fuel”. Each flash is a supercriticity, one triggers the next esp. because of delayed neutrons. It’s a chain.