Hurricane Irene...

By: Zachary Labe , 11:48 PM GMT on August 25, 2011

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266. P451
Another good article about the backlash over Irene's botched intensity forecast.
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265. P451
Interesting writeup on Irene and the forecasting from the NY Times. Primarily focuses on her lack of strength and inability to intensify after the Bahamas.

Seems to be a bit of a "hater" type article but there's a few valid points in there about what they got wrong with the storm.
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I don't get how this is news. The transmitter goes out every time there's a thunderstorm over Harrisburg let alone a hurricane.

Link

Also I stopped receiving warnings at about 4am, not the 10am they state in the article.
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thanks great update
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Quoting wunderstorm87:
Wow! Bradford got down to 38F this morning. Fall is just around the corner.

Down around 47-48F here in Ithaca this morning! It was marvelous!
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Hurricane Irene Damage - State by State

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Quoting wunderstorm87:
Wow! Bradford got down to 38F this morning. Fall is just around the corner.


That must have felt GREAT.

I was hoping for colder weather out here but we only hit 58 last night despite calls for low 50s.

Tonight again calls for low 50s but....they raised our forecast across the board to 80/60 for the week....after we were looking at 72/52 just yesterday for the week.

Not sure what they saw but I wish they hadn't LOL. Was looking forward to that.

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259. P451
Put together a blog entry showing what we got here in SE NY State.

Some of you have probably already seen the photos and videos.

Added in some pics from the NY Post and NY Daily News papers as well.

Just easier to post a blog entry. Figured below pretty much sums it up LOL



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Wow! Bradford got down to 38F this morning. Fall is just around the corner.
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257. P451
Quoting wunderstorm87:
Already hearing the media hyping up this wave that came off of Africa as "Irene 2". Come on...really?


I have heard the same. Ridiculous.



I went back and changed several of my posts from embedded imagery to links to the imagery.

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Two men died yesterday trying to go down the Croton River right near me in an inflatable boat. I heard a lot of helicopter activity last evening coming from that area. Didn't know what it was but that was what it was from.

The Croton River is the raging river I posted in my videos above. Real dumb way to go.

Here's the list of Irene's fatalities:

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55-year-old James Palmer became caught in tumultuous North Florida waters. His wife attempted to revive him using CPR but was unable to save him.

85-year-old Anne Bell was killed in Maryland after a tree crashed into her chimney, shattering the glass roof under which she had been sitting. Debris from the chimney struck and killed her.

20-year-old Celena Sylvestri became trapped in her vehicle, which was completely submerged in New Jersey floodwater. She called for help but when they arrived there, she was already dead, police said.

A 50-something-year-old man was electrocuted in Spring Valley, New York while attempting to rescue a small child trapped in a flooded street. The child is in life-threatening condition, a spokesman for the Rockland County Emergency Operations Center said.

According to state police, a woman drowned when she fell into a creek near Albany, New York.

68-year-old Joseph Rocco of East Islip, New York drowned while windsurfing in Bellport Bay.

Two men were taken by the Croton River in New York after their inflatable boat upended, according to Croton police.

A man died in Nash County, North Carolina, after a tree limb fell on him.

A 15-year-old girl died after her family's car crashed into another vehicle in North Carolina. Hurricane Irene was responsible for the accident as it knocked out power to traffic lights in the area. Four people were thrown from the vehicle.

A man died after a tree crashed into his Pitt County, North Carolina home. A second Pitt County fatality occurred after a man drove through water. His car derailed and crashed into a tree.

A mother died in Sampson County, North Carolina after a tree fell on her car. Two of her family members were also in the vehicle and survived.

Melton Robinson, Jr. was recovered from the Cape Fear River in North Carolina. It remains unclear whether Robinson fell or jumped into tumultuous waters.

Michael Scerarko, 44, died after a tree fell on top of him in his backyard. The Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania resident pushed his son out of the way and died a hero.

According to state police, a 58-year-old Harrisburg, Pennsylvania man was in a tent when a tree crashed into it. It remains unclear why this man was in a tent despite a state of emergency declaration.

A man sitting in a camper died after a tree fell on top of him in northeastern Pennsylvania, according to emergency management officials.

A motorist died after he lost control of his car on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The vehicle hit a tree, state officials said.

64-year-old Patricia O'Neill from East Norriton, Pennsylvania was found in the Wissahickon Creek. It is still unclear how the woman died.

11-year-old Zahir Robinson died after a large tree fell into his apartment, Newport News, Virginia authorities said.

67-year-old James Blackwell was killed in Brunswick County, Pennsylvania after a tree fell on his vehicle.

A man reportedly died in a Hopewell hospital after a tree fell on his home, Chesterfield County, Virginia police said.

57-year-old King William County man William P. Washington lost his life after a tree fell on him as he was cutting a nearby tree. A fallen tree was blocking the road and Washington was trying to flee to safety. He was four miles from his home.
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255. P451
So, transit to NYC was not running yet this morning so I get to mill about and pick up branches and the like. Only a select few are chainsaw worthy. Most streets around me that were blocked early have been cleared of the trees.

Over by Yorktown and Mt. Kisco however there are a lot of blocked roads still this morning. The lay of the land seems to have spared my region some versus others that got hit hard.


Picked up the post and daily news and they have some photo spreads. I'll post them later when I'm done outside and putting things back the way they were.
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Good morning, everyone! I'm happy to be back online. Power out for a long time; half a foot of water in the basement. But no trees fell, which was my main concern. There were a couple of tornados near here; that was interesting hearing the warnings and reports on a radio in the dark. Now I'm wanting sun for Labor Day weekend . . .
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Pretty large amount of trees down and power outages back home in Linglestown with rainfall at 2.38in for my house making the yearly total at 49in!!!
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Statement just released by PPL:

"With high winds and significant rain, Hurricane Irene has caused storm-related power outages and extensive damage throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania. Based on the number of customers reporting interruptions, Hurricane Irene ranks as the second worst storm to hit our service area in the company's history."
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Around a dozen schools are already closed for tomorrow around here (mainly to the east). I don't anticipate having any issues tomorrow because only around 100 people are out in our district. Schools in central & southern Dauphin county are in much worse shape with around 2-4k without power in their districts.

I feel like it's the middle of winter looking for school closings not the first day of school in August.
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Quoting wunderstorm87:

My internet has been going off and on all day as well but I have Comcast. It makes you wonder just how much worse communications and infrastructure could have been damaged if it was stronger. It's a good "stress test" for some of these systems and hopefully they will make some improvements before the next, possibly bigger storm.
I'm right outside of the Camp Hill area (Lower Allen township) but on a completely different grid. We kept power (flickered a few times but never down) and our Comcast had no issues other than some speed fluctuations. However, in the Camp Hill area comcast was generally down more than up, Verizon Fios seemed completely down as was DSL (my store was down for the most part as well) and even Verizon cell service in the morning was TERRIBLE according to coworkers.

It was very, very isolated in scope however. Other areas 5-10miles away had no problems. I think alot of it had to do with the fact that Verizon has a central drop in camp hill (S 27-30th st cant remember exactly) that has a backbone for that area that obviously would be affected with the power outage. Also in the CH area almost everything is running on the same poles/lines and it doesnt take much there to bring stuff down especially since the current boro admin is much less strong on trimming trees and making sure things are done properly
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Anybody find any information on the storm surges around New York City and Long Island? I am interested to see how forecasts verified.
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Quoting anduril:
Just got off the phone with my father in Camp Hill. They've been without power all day and he was told by one of the fire police people to not expect it for the next three days. Apparently a ton of the wires and lines are down in that area.

Our store had power but massive network issues with Verizon who provides our Ethernet drop. What a nightmare.

My internet has been going off and on all day as well but I have Comcast. It makes you wonder just how much worse communications and infrastructure could have been damaged if it was stronger. It's a good "stress test" for some of these systems and hopefully they will make some improvements before the next, possibly bigger storm.
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Just got off the phone with my father in Camp Hill. They've been without power all day and he was told by one of the fire police people to not expect it for the next three days. Apparently a ton of the wires and lines are down in that area.

Our store had power but massive network issues with Verizon who provides our Ethernet drop. What a nightmare.
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Quoting wunderstorm87:
Already hearing the media hyping up this wave that came off of Africa as "Irene 2". Come on...really?

Wow, give me a break.
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Still over 10,000 without power in Lower Paxton Township according to PPL. Any reports of damage back home blizz?
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Quoting MariettaMoon:
A good deal of creeks & streams in this area (central NJ & southeast PA) are top-3 flood levels with a few at record levels. Sporadic & isolated trees & branches down with scattered power outages. In one case, I passed a car on a road that had a tree & wire fallen onto it while it was driving, turn signal still flashing with no one in it.

I also did an interview with Fox-29 Philadelphia where major flooding was occuring on the Neshaminy Creek near Langhorne, PA. They said they were gonna try and get it on the 6:00pm news. If you see a guy with a red shirt on that sais "Neshaminy Football", that's me! There was also a water rescue just before I got there. I often head down to that spot because my uncle lives on Bridle Dr, about 20 feet from the Neshaminy Creek in Langhorne.

I have 47 new pictures posted of the storm damage & crazy flooding that I took near the creek on facebook. 3rd highest stage on record there. Records date back to at least 1933.

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The strongest wind gust I had at my house was 33mph.

For the month I have received 11.53" of rain. Amazing.

Impressive pictures
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A good deal of creeks & streams in this area (central NJ & southeast PA) are top-3 flood levels with a few at record levels. Sporadic & isolated trees & branches down with scattered power outages. In one case, I passed a car on a road that had a tree & wire fallen onto it while it was driving, turn signal still flashing with no one in it.

I also did an interview with Fox-29 Philadelphia where major flooding was occuring on the Neshaminy Creek near Langhorne, PA. They said they were gonna try and get it on the 6:00pm news. If you see a guy with a red shirt on that sais "Neshaminy Football", that's me! There was also a water rescue just before I got there. I often head down to that spot because my uncle lives on Bridle Dr, about 20 feet from the Neshaminy Creek in Langhorne.

I have 47 new pictures posted of the storm damage & crazy flooding that I took near the creek on facebook. 3rd highest stage on record there. Records date back to at least 1933.

Link
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Already hearing the media hyping up this wave that came off of Africa as "Irene 2". Come on...really?
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240. P451
Evening.

In addition to photos and videos posted earlier I went to the Croton Dam today to check it out.

Very impressive overflow. Here are some pics, and a couple more pics depicting the general damage around the area, and four videos of the dam as well:










VIDEO 1

VIDEO 2

VIDEO 3

VIDEO 4



Presently we are getting in on the departing wind gusts which have picked up substantially the past two hours. Just had a couple 50-60 kick through.

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239. P451



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58leYRHXJec



This is usually a lazy stream a foot or two deep.

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238. P451
Quoting Blizzard92:
Morning! Getting the heavy rain here this morning in Ithaca although winds are pretty calm. Precipitation shield definitely came farther west than forecast by about 50mi. Looks like Irene won't quite live up to some expectations, which is good!


Yes Blizz, very good. Winds were ~20mph less than what was forecasted by the NWS.

I am glad they were...another 10mph? I dunno...it would have been very bad. As it is you can see the few trees that did come down. Imagine another 10mph godforbid 20. You'd be talking real bad.

I think the trees were at their max.

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237. P451
Went out and did a 3 mile walk/run. Took a couple of pics. Had some trees down in the 6-8" thick range. A couple of roads had been blocked but someone had chainsawed and moved the debris so people could pass. You can always count on random chainsaw guy to pull you through the rough times LOL.

I would assume most of this occurred in the band that came through early this morning around 6am which caused many stations to post their 60s and low 70s wind gusts. I estimated we had about 10 minutes of torrential rain, 50mph sustained, 65 gust. More common was 35 sustained, 50 gusts, through most of the night.


Anyways, this is representative of what we had up here, ~30 miles north of NYC just off the Hudson River.

Most common is of course the smaller branch photo'd - stuff like this that deserved to come down one way or another.



More isolated but still frequent every 1/4 mile or so is this type of debris:





Some bad flooding of yards of course, you can note the broken tree just in the photo:



And a pretty raging river that is usually just a lazy stream. I took video will post that later. I can only imagine what the bigger rivers show. This river only has a few miles of length to it and it's just raging along. So it must be very serious in a lot of locations if this little thing is doing that. The bridge was vibrating from it. Kind of eerie. You can see it is well out of it's banks and many times deeper than it should be.




Something to keep in mind. As I was walking every modest wind gust would produce a crashing sound somewhere. A lot of snapped branches are dangling as you can see in the following photo. Be wary and careful of this. Look closely you will see the snapped limb hanging upsidedown just to the right of where it snapped from. That's a big branch it would do serious damage to what it falls on. It spans part of the road.



Walking in the "eye" was fun but it was filled in with at least thin clouds. Sun popped out temporarily. Satellite imagery confirmed I was dead center until the COC. Shortly afterwards the wind came back from the West or North West with some modest gusts - causing loose debris to fall.

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236. P451
In the eye or whats left of it. Sun just popped.
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Quoting CambridgeSpotter:
Even though the rain has been little more then a hard mist for the last several hours, the winds have been quite tenacious, continuing to gust into the low 50mph range until about an hour ago.
My son and I drove around town to survey the substantial tree damage and flooded roads when we noticed an SUV partialy submerged. The road was very obviously flooded out, but a young woman decided not to follow the "Turn Around, Don't Drown" mantra. My son noticed it long before I did; she was holding a small child out of the drivers side window! The SUV was over half submerged, swept off the road and into a deep ditch. He jumped out and, with water up to his waist, took the baby, then went back to help her out. She was so busy talking to 911 dispatch he had to TAKE the phone to get her out. Luckily they were both uninjured. Personally I have had enough excitement to easily last until the next blizzard...whenever that might be.
We are just now going to get some sleep after a long exciting night.

Wow, what a story!
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Even though the rain has been little more then a hard mist for the last several hours, the winds have been quite tenacious, continuing to gust into the low 50mph range until about an hour ago.
My son and I drove around town to survey the substantial tree damage and flooded roads when we noticed an SUV partialy submerged. The road was very obviously flooded out, but a young woman decided not to follow the "Turn Around, Don't Drown" mantra. My son noticed it long before I did; she was holding a small child out of the drivers side window! The SUV was over half submerged, swept off the road and into a deep ditch. He jumped out and, with water up to his waist, took the baby, then went back to help her out. She was so busy talking to 911 dispatch he had to TAKE the phone to get her out. Luckily they were both uninjured. Personally I have had enough excitement to easily last until the next blizzard...whenever that might be.
We are just now going to get some sleep after a long exciting night.
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Power has been in and out all morning. Just got power after 50 mins. The longest outage so far
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Power just flickered at KMDT.
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Rain for my area (from a few different sources due to wind):
My gauge: 2.28"
CCX Radar: 2.4"
LWX Radar: 3"
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Looks like the best we did in Carlisle was a sustained 29, gusting to 35. This is according to the official (maybe state-installed?) weather station at the public works department. There are others in the area, but many are unreliable and inconsistent so this one is my go-to. No word on precip totals yet, but I don't think we got too much. No debris down (unless leaves count). Any word on how Philly and NYC are faring?
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Morning! Getting the heavy rain here this morning in Ithaca although winds are pretty calm. Precipitation shield definitely came farther west than forecast by about 50mi. Looks like Irene won't quite live up to some expectations, which is good!
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Airport still has power. Curious to see about it when I get home. Gust of 46mph here now at KMDT.
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For Blizz...Lower Paxton township has over 14,000 homes in the dark alone.
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226. P451
Quoting sullivanweather:


BONUS!!

You can also watch the upper low spawn from Irene build down to the surface to become Tropical Storm Jose.


You called that happening a few days ago I think. Nice job.

Also good with Irene's track.

She hasn't quite lived up to billing with wind but that's a good thing. Very good thing. Not that she's done yet....
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Quoting P451:
Six days of Irene, wv imagery, 90 minutes between frames.



BONUS!!

You can also watch the upper low spawn from Irene build down to the surface to become Tropical Storm Jose.
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Gusts are easily to tropical storm force north of Harrisburg. I lost power for almost 3 hours but it just came back. Pressure bottomed out at 29.20".

PPL is reporting over 33,000 people without power in Dauphin county right now.
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223. P451
Six days of Irene, wv imagery, 90 minutes between frames.

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Mostly Wind Advisories + High Wind Warnings along with a few Tropical Storm Warnings along with Flood Warnings were probably needed. Hurricane Warnings unecessary. While maximum sustained hurricane conditions exist / existed only a few thousand feet overhead, they never really mixed down to the surface, not really even in the North Carolina area.

Northeast maximum sustained wind - maximum gust

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston: 34mph - 41mph

RHODE ISLAND
Providence: 33mph - 47mph

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport: 40mph - 59mph
Hartford: 21mph - 43mph

NEW YORK
N. Queens (LAG): 41mph - 64mph
Islip: 45mph - 62mph
Manhattan (NY): 24mph - 60mph
S. Queens (JFK): 43mph - 58mph

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia: 40mph - 52mph
Reading: 30mph - 44mph
Harrisburg: 29mph - 39mph
Allentown: 24mph - 39mph
Mount Pocono: 26mph - 37mph

NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City (10 mi inland): 38mph - 55mph
Trenton: 35mph - 52mph
Newark: 33mph - 50mph

DELAWARE
Georgetown: 41mph - 59mph
Wilmington: 38mph - 56mph

MARYLAND
Baltimore: 33mph - 51mph
Annapolis: 33mph - 47mph

VIRGINIA
Richmond: 46mph - 70mph
Arlington (DC): 45mph - 59mph
Norfolk: 45mph - 56mph
Dulles: 32mph - 45mph
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221. P451
Quoting goofyrider:
August 28, 2011 07:20 AM
40N,74W Some amazing video on our local cable channel NEWS12 at the Belmar Fishing Club Looks like 10 15- ft plunging waves that die out at the seaward edge of the pier. No power since about 0200 Z, trees down lots of damage to boardwalks. Marching to high tide. Old Mill Dam breached some time ago.



How were/are the winds still? Sounds like they dropped as the same bands made their way up here. Seems like you guys got more consistent sustained winds at least.

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Hope I'm not overloading you guys with imagery. If so let me know and I will change the messages to links (watch me lose power at that point in time LOL).

LINK to wonderful RGB Loop


I got one more coming, a long history of Irene. Then I'll relax.

Got darker here. Winds around 50 gusting 60s at the moment. Rain at about 10 degrees short of horizontal.

I guess some stronger winds are on their way in the next few hours so it would be expected to see some damage and probably lose power again.
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A blend of the NHC/NWS and Dr. Masters wind forecasts is occurring. They didn't fail us but they over estimated the impact. However it's not quite done we will see some higher winds from here putting the NHC/NWS forecast in a better light.

One thing that always gets me is how many hurricanes make landfall with a maximum sustained wind of a certain value but the highest reported wind observation is but 70% that value - and that's in a recorded gust.

It's very rare to see a storm landfall at say 75mph and see observations of 75mph sustained winds.

Why that is I don't know.

Do they find one thunderstorm in the entire giant hurricane that had 75mph wind gust? While the rest of the storm is a 50mph gale?

Probably....
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Spectacular WV Imagery Loops


LINK 1 - Closeup WV Loop


LINK 2 - Wide out WV Loop


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Link to Image of hemisphereic WV Imagery Loop
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August 28, 2011 07:20 AM
40N,74W Some amazing video on our local cable channel NEWS12 at the Belmar Fishing Club Looks like 10 15- ft plunging waves that die out at the seaward edge of the pier. No power since about 0200 Z, trees down lots of damage to boardwalks. Marching to high tide. Old Mill Dam breached some time ago.
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