Sandy forms south of Jamaica; TD 19 forms in middle Atlantic

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 9:48 PM GMT on October 22, 2012

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The Hurricane Hunters found a band of 40 mph winds on the southeast side of Tropical Depression Eighteen this afternoon, prompting NHC to upgrade the system to Tropical Storm Sandy. Sandy is over very warm waters of 29.5°C, is in a moist environment, and has light wind shear of 5 - 10 knots. These conditions are very favorable for intensification, and Sandy's heavy thunderstorms are steadily organizing into curved spiral bands, as seen on satellite loops.


Figure 1. Late afternoon satellite image of Tropical Storm Sandy.

Forecast for Sandy
Wind shear is forecast to be in the low to moderate range, 5 - 20 knots, through Wednesday afternoon. This should allow continued development of Sandy, and rapid development is possible. The latest SHIPS model forecast is calling for a 52% chance that Sandy's winds will increase by 30 mph over a 24-hour period. The 5 pm EDT NHC Wind Probability Forecast gave a 25% chance that Sandy will be a hurricane by 2 pm EDT Wednesday, when the center should be close to Jamaica. Wind shear will rise to a high 25 - 30 knots by Thursday, which should weaken Sandy. By Friday, Sandy should be in the Central or Eastern Bahamas, and wind shear may increase further, making Sandy more of a hybrid subtropical storm. It is unclear at this point whether or not the trough pulling Sandy to the north will be strong enough to pull the storm all the way out to sea to the northeast; a very complicated steering environment will develop late this week, and it is possible that a narrow ridge of high pressure could build in over Sandy, and force the storm to the northwest, with a potential threat to the Northwestern Bahamas and U.S. East Coast by Saturday, as predicted by the ECMWF model. Sandy is not a threat to be a hurricane at that time, due to very high wind shear. Heavy rains are the main threat from Sandy.

Sandy's place in history
Sandy is the eighteenth named storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, tying this year with 1969 for seventh busiest Atlantic season since record keeping began in 1851. Here are the busiest Atlantic hurricane seasons on record:

2005 (28 named storms)
1933 (20 named storms, according to a new re-analysis)
1887 (19 named storms)
2010 (19 named storms)
2011 (19 named storms)
1995 (19 named storms)
1969 (18 named storms)
2012 (18 named storms)

There are two weak and short-lived storms from 2012 that stayed far out sea, and would likely have gone unnoticed in the pre-satellite era (before 1960): Tropical Storm Joyce and Tropical Storm Oscar. And while this season has been very busy for total number of named storms, we've had a below-average number of major hurricanes (just Hurricane Michael), and the total destructive power of the 2012 hurricane season as measured by the Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) is only about 20% above average. See our newly-launched Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) page for a storm-by-storm breakdown of this years ACE, plus historical ACE stats for each ocean basin. Thanks go to Angela Fritz for putting this together!


Figure 2. MODIS satellite image of TD 19 taken at 12:30 pm EDT October 22, 2012. Image credit: Navy Research Lab, Monterey.

Tropical Depression Nineteen forms in the middle Atlantic
Tropical Depression Nineteen is here, and appears poised to become Tropical Storm Tony by early Tuesday morning. TD 19 has a modest area of heavy thunderstorms, as seen on visible satellite images, and dry air from the upper-level low pressure system that it formed underneath is slowing development. TD 19 is over warm waters of 28°C, and wind shear is a moderate 10 - 20 knots. This shear is forecast to remain in the moderate range until Wednesday morning, which should allow TD 19 to develop into Tropical Storm Tony over the next day. On Wednesday, TD 19 is expected to encounter high wind shear of 20 - 30 knots, which should prevent further strengthening. TD 19 will not threaten any land areas, and is unlikely to reach hurricane strength.

Jeff Masters

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716. indianrivguy
3:50 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Within reason, I don't care much about the blow, I care about the rain. Florida doesn't need any more rain from Orlando south. You can bet ACOI is watching closely. Be interesting to see if they react with greater discharge volume in anticipation.

Anyone read Bill McKibben's Eaarth?

I was sent a very interesting piece, at least to me, that offered some thought provoking comments that named the McKibben book. It is long, 9 pages when I saved it to word, but interesting. I was thinking there are some here that might enjoy the read. A portion of the piece;

Wake Up! Our World Is Dying and We're All in Denial by Mary Pipher

Had we been in a trance? I wanted to shout, "Wake up! Please wake up! Our old future is gone. Matters are urgent. We have to do something now." October 21, 2012

We live in a culture of denial, especially about the grim reality of climate change. Sure, we want to savor the occasional shrimp cocktail without having to brood about ruined mangroves, but we can%u2019t solve a problem we can%u2019t face.

I don't like to think about global environmental problems, and neither do you. Yet we can't deal with problems we can't face. Isak Dinesen wrote, "All sorrows can be borne if put into a story." Here's my story. In the cataclysmic summer of 2010, I experienced what environmentalists call the "'Oh shit!' moment." At that time, the earth was experiencing its warmest decade, its warmest year, and the warmest April, May, and June on record. In 2010, Pakistan hit its record high (129 degrees), as did Russia (111 degrees). For the first time in memory, lightning ignited fires in the peat bogs of Russia, and these fires spread to the wheat fields further south. As doctors from Moscow rode to the rescue of heat and smoke victims, they fainted in their non-air-conditioned ambulances. In July, the heat index in my town, Lincoln, Nebraska, reached 115 degrees for several days in a row. Our planet and all living beings seemed to be gasping for breath.

That same month, I read Bill McKibben's Eaarth, in which he argues that our familiar Earth has vanished and that we now live on a new planet, Eaarth, with a rapidly changing ecology. He writes that without immediate action, our accustomed ways of life will disappear, not in our grandchildren's adulthoods, but in the lifetimes of middle-aged people alive today. We don't have 50 years to save our environment; we have the next decade.

The rest is HERE.

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715. PensacolaDoug
3:22 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
How could it have been lost if you weren't invited?.






I'm wounded!
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714. BoyntonBeachFL
2:53 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Storm 200 miles off Miami, but 34 kt winds in the NW quadrant are out 300 miles

Forecast valid 26/1200z 25.6n 76.5w
Max wind 60 kt...gusts 75 kt.
50 kt... 80ne 80se 40sw 60nw.
34 kt...300ne 240se 100sw 300nw.
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713. SFLWeatherman
2:51 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Now up to the 10 to 20%!
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712. AussieStorm
2:50 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
NHC didn't upgrade 19L to Tony..

What a joke....Why not, no clear ASCAT or OSCAT pass.

This IS a TS....









How is this NOT TS Tony, can anyone explain this.... please!!!
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711. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
2:49 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
JeffMasters has created a new entry.
710. nigel20
2:49 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
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708. hydrus
2:48 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
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707. washingtonian115
2:47 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
It may be to late for them to upgrade 19L to T.S status as conditions will be less favorable soon.
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706. 7544
2:45 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting TampaBayStormChaser:
NWS Miami is forecasting wind gusts to 44 MPH this week along the SE Florida Coast. 
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=25.7 7482401594785&lon=-80.13233756591796


yeap hmm could they might get a ts watch as early as tommorow ?
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705. CybrTeddy
2:45 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
...SANDY A LITTLE STRONGER... ...HURRICANE WARNING ISSUED FOR JAMAICA...
11:00 AM EDT Tue Oct 23
Location: 13.8°N 77.8°W
Moving: NNE at 5 mph
Min pressure: 993 mb
Max sustained: 50 mph
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704. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
2:44 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
T.C.F.W
18L/TS/S/CX
R.I. FLAG FLAG
MARK
13.49n/77.69w
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703. CybrTeddy
2:44 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting kmanislander:


Looks like Jamaica will be dealing with a strengthening hurricane


Starting to look that way, anywhere from 75mph - 90mph is my guess.
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702. TropicalAnalystwx13
2:44 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
NHC didn't upgrade 19L to Tony..
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700. CybrTeddy
2:41 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Vortex in again, still showing some misalignment of the SFC center and the flight level center, seems the two are dancing around each other.
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699. nigel20
2:41 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
I took these about 9:25 AM. We are getting some steady light showers at the moment..


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697. TropicalAnalystwx13
2:39 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Errrrr...
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696. AussieStorm
2:39 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting kmanislander:


Not sure. Too many bloggers to keep up with :-)

Hence why I got confused where Pottery lived.
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695. CybrTeddy
2:39 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Dropsonde measured a pressure of 995mb with a 22mph SFC wind, so 994-995 is about right.
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694. AussieStorm
2:38 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Goodnight all. Stay safe and get prepared NOW!!!!
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693. GeorgiaStormz
2:34 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
THE MAIN QUESTION FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE PERIOD IS WHETHER OR
NOT THE TROF ENTERING THE ERN CONUS WILL INTERACT WITH SANDY. THE
DETERMINISTIC ECMWF/CANADIAN CONTINUE TO BE THE MOST AGGRESSIVE
SOLNS IN WRAPPING AN INTENSE SYSTEM NWWD FROM THE WRN ATLC INTO
THE ERN GLKS BY DAYS 7-8. THE GFS AND ITS ENSEMBLE MEAN ARE NOT
NEARLY AS ENTHUSIASTIC AND ARE AN ERN EXTREME WITH SANDY. THE MORE
ROBUST EC MEAN SUGGESTS A SLOWLY INCREASING POTENTIAL FOR MORE ERN
CONUS TROF INTERACTION...WITH A TRACK CLOSE TO THE COAST BEFORE
COMING ONSHORE IN NEW ENGLAND AT 192H
. AGREE WITH HPC IN USING A
CONSENSUS APPROACH AT THIS TIME RANGE...KEEPING SANDY
OFFSHORE...BUT WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT THE EVENTUAL FLOW
PATTERN OVER THE ERN CONUS MAY ALLOW THE SYSTEM TO BE DRAWN NWWD
POTENTIALLY IMPACTING THE MID-ATLC REGION
EARLY NEXT WEEK.
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692. GTcooliebai
2:32 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
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691. washingtonian115
2:31 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting PensacolaDoug:





My invitation must of gotten lost in the mail!
How could it have been lost if you weren't invited?.
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690. kmanislander
2:31 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting AussieStorm:

Who was it that was on Grand Cayman and that area. I thought it was Pottery, oops, my bad.


Not sure. Too many bloggers to keep up with :-)
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689. GeorgiaStormz
2:29 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
I'm going grocery shopping today and Friday.I just spent 9,000 for this party which is why I'm angry if it were to occur.I see that the GFS is trying to sneak some snow in my area.I'm not beleiving that right now because mid week highs will be in the 80's.


Wow i come back in for a minute and see this....
*Gulp*... $9000?
Now I'm REALLY hoping it doesnt snow by you.
What sort of halloween party is this?

Either way, the Euro would be worse for you, and the CMC would probably want to bring you a blizzard.
Root for the GFS Operational.

Also those in the southeast didnt belive the blizzard of '93 was coming because it was in the mid 70s and humid all week, and lows were in the 50s the night before.
So maybe you should think it is coming, because you know things never happen when you are thinking they will.
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688. AussieStorm
2:28 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting kmanislander:


Absolutely not. Trinidad is about 1500 miles away from us as the crow flies. Trinidad and Tobago are just off the South America coast below Barbados and near to Venezuela at the extreme SE corner of the Caribbean.

Who was it that was on Grand Cayman and that area. I thought it was Pottery, oops, my bad.
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686. kmanislander
2:27 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting AussieStorm:

Will that Island be effected greatly by Sandy?


Absolutely not. Trinidad is about 1500 miles away from us as the crow flies. Trinidad and Tobago are just off the South America coast below Barbados and near to Venezuela at the extreme SE corner of the Caribbean.
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685. GeoffreyWPB
2:25 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
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684. StormPro
2:25 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting PensacolaDoug:





My invitation must of gotten lost in the mail!
Ditto!!!
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683. AussieStorm
2:24 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting kmanislander:


Trinidad

Will that Island be effected greatly by Sandy?
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682. kmanislander
2:24 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Interesting that the HH is doubling back for another center pass already.
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681. ncstorm
2:23 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
GFs has had a good track record this year.Upgrades did wonders.


not on Isaac..though..its a tie right now..

Euro-Isaac
GFS-Debby
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680. PensacolaDoug
2:21 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
I'm going grocery shopping today and Friday.I just spent 9,000 for this party which is why I'm angry if it were to occur.I see that the GFS is trying to sneak some snow in my area.I'm not beleiving that right now because mid week highs will be in the 80's.





My invitation must of gotten lost in the mail!
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679. ILwthrfan
2:19 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting kmanislander:


Looks like Jamaica will be dealing with a strengthening hurricane


Very possible, I hope people are ready for this to gear up in a hurry. I don't think it will intensify to a major hurricane, but there is a scary amount of TCHP belew her right now. All she needs to do now is develop a core and she will take off. Hopefully it will be sheared once it gets north of Cuba. This storm is certainly your traditional October cyclone. I do not see any reason why this won't be a hurricane when it passes Jamaica and Cuba.
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678. kmanislander
2:18 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
This map shows how the storm is quickly becoming aligned overhead. Yesterday, the 925 mb vort was significantly to the SW of the deep convection as was the surface low. Now, the convection and 925 mb vort are colocated.

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677. 7544
2:17 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
could the cone shift west at 5pm
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676. washingtonian115
2:16 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting ncstorm:


Wow..that is some party! Hope the GFS stays out to sea...all we can do is wait and see..
GFs has had a good track record this year.Upgrades did wonders.
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675. nigel20
2:16 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting ncstorm:


You guys stay safe down there and hunker down..the islands are first up to the plate..

will do.
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674. GeoffreyWPB
2:16 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
I got chills.
They're multiplyin'.
And I'm losin' control.
'Cause the power you're supplyin',
It's electrifyin'!


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673. kmanislander
2:14 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting CybrTeddy:
Product: Air Force Vortex Message (URNT12 KNHC)
Transmitted: 23rd day of the month at 13:59Z
Aircraft: Air Force Aircraft (Last 3 digits of the tail number are 301)
Storm Number & Year: 18L in 2012
Storm Name: Sandy (flight in the North Atlantic basin)
Mission Number: 2
Observation Number: 14
A. Time of Center Fix: 23rd day of the month at 13:44:10Z
B. Center Fix Coordinates: 13%uFFFD39'N 77%uFFFD48'W (13.65N 77.8W)
B. Center Fix Location: 308 miles (495 km) to the SSW (193%uFFFD) from Kingston, Jamaica.
C. Minimum Height at Standard Level: 1,408m (4,619ft) at 850mb
D. Estimated (by SFMR or visually) Maximum Surface Wind: 39kts (~ 44.9mph)
E. Location of the Estimated Maximum Surface Wind: 5 nautical miles (6 statute miles) to the ESE (122%uFFFD) of center fix
F. Maximum Flight Level Wind Inbound: From 143%uFFFD at 43kts (From the SE at ~ 49.5mph)
G. Location of Maximum Flight Level Wind Inbound: 9 nautical miles (10 statute miles) to the E (82%uFFFD) of center fix
H. Minimum Sea Level Pressure: 995mb (29.38 inHg)

I. Maximum Flight Level Temp & Pressure Altitude Outside Eye: 17%uFFFDC (63%uFFFDF) at a pressure alt. of 1,521m (4,990ft)
J. Maximum Flight Level Temp & Pressure Altitude Inside Eye: 20%uFFFDC (68%uFFFDF) at a pressure alt. of 1,535m (5,036ft)
K. Dewpoint Temp (collected at same location as temp inside eye): 17%uFFFDC (63%uFFFDF)
K. Sea Surface Temp (collected at same location as temp inside eye): Not Available
L. Eye Character: Not Available
M. Eye Shape: Not Available
N. Fix Determined By: Penetration, Wind, Pressure and Temperature
N. Fix Level: 850mb
O. Navigation Fix Accuracy: 0.02 nautical miles
O. Meteorological Accuracy: 2 nautical miles
Remarks Section - Remarks That Were Decoded...
Maximum Flight Level Wind: 53kts (~ 61.0mph) in the northeast quadrant at 13:02:30Z
Displacement of Sfc. Center From Flt. Lvl. Center: Surface center is 6 nautical miles to the SW (220%uFFFD) from the flight level center
Remarks Section - Additional Remarks...
Heavy convection next to flight level center

SFC center and flight level center is 6 miles closer than they were at the last vortex. That is a sign of increased organization. Flight level winds have also increased to 61mph, which could translate to about 50mph. The pressure is also slowly starting to come down, that's a two mb drop since the last vortex message. The NHC will keep it at 45mph, but it's slowly starting to become better organized.


Looks like Jamaica will be dealing with a strengthening hurricane
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672. CybrTeddy
2:12 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Product: Air Force Vortex Message (URNT12 KNHC)
Transmitted: 23rd day of the month at 13:59Z
Aircraft: Air Force Aircraft (Last 3 digits of the tail number are 301)
Storm Number & Year: 18L in 2012
Storm Name: Sandy (flight in the North Atlantic basin)
Mission Number: 2
Observation Number: 14
A. Time of Center Fix: 23rd day of the month at 13:44:10Z
B. Center Fix Coordinates: 13%uFFFD39'N 77%uFFFD48'W (13.65N 77.8W)
B. Center Fix Location: 308 miles (495 km) to the SSW (193%uFFFD) from Kingston, Jamaica.
C. Minimum Height at Standard Level: 1,408m (4,619ft) at 850mb
D. Estimated (by SFMR or visually) Maximum Surface Wind: 39kts (~ 44.9mph)
E. Location of the Estimated Maximum Surface Wind: 5 nautical miles (6 statute miles) to the ESE (122%uFFFD) of center fix
F. Maximum Flight Level Wind Inbound: From 143%uFFFD at 43kts (From the SE at ~ 49.5mph)
G. Location of Maximum Flight Level Wind Inbound: 9 nautical miles (10 statute miles) to the E (82%uFFFD) of center fix
H. Minimum Sea Level Pressure: 995mb (29.38 inHg)

I. Maximum Flight Level Temp & Pressure Altitude Outside Eye: 17%uFFFDC (63%uFFFDF) at a pressure alt. of 1,521m (4,990ft)
J. Maximum Flight Level Temp & Pressure Altitude Inside Eye: 20%uFFFDC (68%uFFFDF) at a pressure alt. of 1,535m (5,036ft)
K. Dewpoint Temp (collected at same location as temp inside eye): 17%uFFFDC (63%uFFFDF)
K. Sea Surface Temp (collected at same location as temp inside eye): Not Available
L. Eye Character: Not Available
M. Eye Shape: Not Available
N. Fix Determined By: Penetration, Wind, Pressure and Temperature
N. Fix Level: 850mb
O. Navigation Fix Accuracy: 0.02 nautical miles
O. Meteorological Accuracy: 2 nautical miles
Remarks Section - Remarks That Were Decoded...
Maximum Flight Level Wind: 53kts (~ 61.0mph) in the northeast quadrant at 13:02:30Z
Displacement of Sfc. Center From Flt. Lvl. Center: Surface center is 6 nautical miles to the SW (220%uFFFD) from the flight level center
Remarks Section - Additional Remarks...
Heavy convection next to flight level center

SFC center and flight level center is 6 miles closer than they were at the last vortex. That is a sign of increased organization. Flight level winds have also increased to 61mph, which could translate to about 50mph. The pressure is also slowly starting to come down, that's a two mb drop since the last vortex message. The NHC will keep it at 45mph, but it's slowly starting to become better organized.
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671. ncstorm
2:11 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
I'm going grocery shopping today and Friday.I just spent 9,000 for this party which is why I'm angry if it were to occur.I see that the GFS is trying to sneak some snow in my area.I'm not beleiving that right now because mid week highs will be in the 80's.


Wow..that is some party! Hope the GFS stays out to sea...all we can do is wait and see..
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670. kmanislander
2:09 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting AussieStorm:

Which island is Pottery on?


Trinidad
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669. SFLWeatherman
2:09 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
So she from 997 to now 995MB!
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668. washingtonian115
2:09 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting ncstorm:


"You betta shape up, because you need a plan"
I'm going grocery shopping today and Friday.I just spent 9,000 for this party which is why I'm angry if it were to occur.I see that the GFS is trying to sneak some snow in my area.I'm not beleiving that right now because mid week highs will be in the 80's.
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667. ncstorm
2:08 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting nigel20:

Yes indeed


You guys stay safe down there and hunker down..the islands are first up to the plate..
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666. pmzqqzmp
2:07 PM GMT on October 23, 2012
Quoting bigwes6844:
SANDY SHOULD BE UP TO 60 MPH AT 5 EDT. RI IS HAPPENING


no it isn't.
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