Moderate-strength Nor'easter may hit Sandy-devastated areas Wednesday

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:16 PM GMT on November 02, 2012

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Storm-weary U.S. residents pounded by Superstorm Sandy may have a new storm to contend with next Wednesday: an early-season Nor'easter is expected to impact the mid-Atlantic and New England with strong winds and heavy rain. Our two top models, the European (ECMWF) and GFS (run by the National Weather Service), both predict that an area of low pressure will move off the coast of South Carolina on Tuesday evening. Once over the warm waters off the coast, the low will intensify, spreading heavy rains over coastal North Carolina on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The storm will accelerate to the north-northeast on Wednesday and pull in cold air from Canada. The storm is predicted to intensify into a medium-strength Nor'easter with a central pressure of 992 mb by Wednesday afternoon, when it will be centered a few hundred miles south of Long Island, NY. The European model, which did an exemplary job forecasting Hurricane Sandy, predicts a stronger storm that will stay just offshore and bring a 12-hour period of strong winds of 40 - 45 mph to the coasts of Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York on Wednesday morning and afternoon. The GFS model and 06Z NOGAPS model runs from 06Z (2 am EDT) this morning have a weaker storm that is farther offshore, with the main impact of the Nor'easter occurring Wednesday evening in coastal Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Maine. The Nor'easter will likely bring a swath of 2 - 4" of rain to the coast, and the potential for more than a foot of snow to mountain areas of the New England. The storm is still five days away, and five-day forecasts of the path and intensity of Nor'easters usually have large errors. Nevertheless, residents and relief workers in the region hit by Sandy should anticipate the possibility of the arrival on Wednesday of a moderate-strength Nor'easter with heavy rain, accompanied by high winds capable of driving a 1 - 2 foot storm surge with battering waves.


Figure 1. Predicted wind speed for Wednesday morning, November 7, 2012, from the 00Z (8 pm EDT) run of the ECMWF model made on November 2, 2012. Winds tropical storm-force (40 - 45 mph) are predicted to extend from coastal Maryland to the east tip of Long Island, NY.


Figure 2. Forecast track error for four of our top models used to predict Hurricane Sandy. The GFS model performed the best for 1 - 3 day forecasts, but the European (ECMWF) model far out-performed all models at longer-range 4 - 5 day forecasts. This may be due to the fact the model was able to successfully predict the timing of the arrival of a trough of low pressure over the Eastern U.S. that acted to steer Sandy to the north and then northwest. Image credit: Morris Bender, NOAA/GFDL.


Figure 3. Forecast track error for four of our top models used to predict Hurricane Sandy, for their runs that began at 00Z October 25, 2012. The GFDL and ECMWF models made great forecasts that correctly showed Sandy making landfall in Southern New Jersey in five days. The GFS and HWRF models made good 1 - 3 day forecasts, but failed to anticipate Sandy's northward turn towards the U.S. coast. Image credit: Morris Bender, NOAA/GFDL.

Links
Impressive loop of 1-minute visible satellite imagery spanning 6 days of Sandy's life.

A one-day time lapse video from a New York City webcam showing Sandy's impact on the city. It's eerie to see the city suddenly plunged into darkness.

First round of damage assessment aerial imagery collected by NOAA's National Geodetic Survey on Oct. 31 along the New Jersey coast.


Figure 4. Flooding in Haiti from Hurricane Sandy. Image credit: The Lambi Fund of Haiti.

Charities mobilize for Sandy
Sandy's death toll of 98 in the U.S. makes the storm one of the 30 most deadly hurricanes to affect the U.S.. The outpouring of charitable donations in the wake of the terrible storm has been great to see. NBC is hosting a benefit concert at 8 pm tonight (Friday), and the main owners of The Weather Channel have agreed to match donations of up to $1 million to the American Red Cross, with all donations to benefit people in the hard-hit areas of the U.S. To have your donation matched, please visit www.redcross.org/sandy, or text SANDY to 90999. I also recommend my favorite disaster relief charity, Portlight.org. They are focusing their response efforts exclusively on the post-Sandy needs of people with disabilities.Check out the Portlight blog to see what they're up to.

Sandy's greatest devastation occurred in Haiti, where rains of up to 20 inches in 24 hours unleashed rampaging flood waters that killed at least 54, left 200,000 homeless, wiped out thousand of acres of crops, and killed massive numbers of livestock. For impoverished families in Haiti still struggling to recover from the earthquake in 2010 and Hurricane Isaac in August, Sandy was devastating. These crops are the very essence of rural Haitian’s livelihoods, and there are fears widespread starvation will result. A disaster relief charity in Haiti that I've contributed to for many years, The Lambi Fund of Haiti, is seeking donations to help farmers purchase local seeds so that they can replant their crops in the wake of this latest terrible Haitian catastrophe.

I'll have an update this weekend on the coming Nor'easter.

Jeff Masters

Floods due to Sandy (WunderLecha)
The waters of Sagua la Grande river crossing the National highway in Ranchuelo, Cuba
Floods due to Sandy
Tree damage in Tucker County, W.V. (beaudodson)
Thousands of trees were damaged in West Virginia by the heavy/wet snow. Many were without power for days.
Tree damage in Tucker County, W.V.
Remnants of Sandy (stoneygirl)
These are a few of the incredible clouds associated with Hurricane Sandy. I am blessed because I didn't have any damage. Thank you God. Sending all my thoughts and prayers to NY and NJ where the devastation will take years to recover from.
Remnants of Sandy

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Quoting LurkyMcLurkerson:


Yep. Some folks like to feel superior by nitpicking over the weirdest stuff.

I have some physics education, and come from a family with a _lot_ of physics background. And there's not a darn thing wrong with what Dr. Masters said. It's what I would say, too, and it's what I would expect physicists to say as shorthand. It's fine; this isn't a discussion on the finest details of fluid dynamics and pressure gradients.

I add this because you shouldn't even feel like it's, like, vastly oversimplifying. I mean, everything is really complicated, if you want the super detailed parts. But lord, if we start going into the greatest detail on every single subject involved anywhere in meteorology, we are all never leaving our computers again. :P


I appreciate your comments Lurky. I didn't think it was over-simplified...just a great way of putting it out to the neophytes like me. My area of expertise has always been math (yet I failed physics miserably at the time). I am an "after-the-event" guy...trained and experienced in recovery, disaster management, assessment, and fire suppression.

I and my department relied on WU blogs to prepare us for recovery...to let us know the extent of what we needed to prepare for. As a person with undiagnosed H.D.A.D.D (High-def ADD...lol), I found myself skipping over the long, scientific-based explanations to look for the blurbs, blobs, and "Weather-For-Dummies" comments.

Again, I find myself on this blog EVERY DAY now (even though retired and not needing to be here) and find this forum more fascinating now that it is not a requirement. Prayers to everyone on the NE coast (I am a Naturalized Texan from Syracuse, NY).

BTW...if anyone needs MREs...I got about 15 cases from when I ran a FEMA pod during Ike. Can't sell them...but will give them away. (I think they are still in date...lol!)

Much love,
Chief P...Retired
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Quoting Chicklit:

This must be a joke.
At least I hope it is.


Was very heavy sarcasm towards the tourism advisers, who sound almost happy the water stayed in the residential areas.
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302. yoboi
Quoting Skyepony:
The United States Government has pledged US$150,000 for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in Jamaica.



hope they can get food and water to the people in the USA in time and get our people out the dumpsters looking for food....
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301. Skyepony (Mod)
Fri Nov 2, 2012 8:27pm EDT

* Foreign-flagged ships will be allowed to deliver fuel
* Waiver lasts through Nov. 13, only one waiver request so
far
* U.S. defense agency to buy fuel, truck it to affected
areas
* Energy experts divided on level of relief from waiver


The Department of Homeland Security waived the Jones Act, a
law that normally prohibits foreign-flagged vessels from
shipping gasoline, diesel and other petroleum products, from the
Gulf of Mexico to Northeastern ports. The waiver, effective
immediately, requires shipments to leave the Gulf region by Nov.
13 and arrive in the Northeast within a week.
With power still out at many ports and gasoline stations it
was unclear how much fuel was needed immediately and how quickly
it could get to customers.
The Energy Department also announced that it was tapping the
Northeast Heating Reserve for the first time, releasing about
48,000 barrels of ultra-low sulfur diesel for the Defense
Department to distribute to local and federal responders in New
York and New Jersey.
The fuel will be used to supply emergency equipment,
generators, buildings, trucks and other vehicles.
The Defense Department will begin drawing down as soon as
Saturday from the reserve, created in 2000, which holds about a
million barrels of diesel.
In another move to ease the shortages, the Obama
administration also directed the Defense Logistics Agency to
purchase up to 12 million gallons of unleaded gasoline and 10
million gallons of diesel for distribution to storm-stricken
areas. This purchase will be delivered by tanker trucks, FEMA
said in a statement.


Craig Fugate, the head of the Federal Emergency Management
Agency, told reporters several government agencies were trying
to figure out how many ships were available. He said the Energy
Department held a conference call with major suppliers.
"We're working ... on which ships can be potentially
diverted to New York," Fugate said.
Shipping sources said the slow return of power to ports in
the New York Harbor had them considering delivering fuel to
nearby cities such as Boston.
Energy experts said the waiver might not bring immediate
relief to fuel-strapped New York and New Jersey, where two
refineries were shut by Sandy. But, in the longer term, shipping
alternatives could help ensure steady supply.
"There appears to be no urgent need at the moment" for a
Jones Act waiver, said Bob McNally, head of Washington-based
consulting firm the Rapidan Group. He said shortages so far have
been at the retail level rather than the maritime import level.
David Goldwyn, who headed international energy affairs at
the U.S. State Department until early 2011, said the waiver
could boost the ability to deliver fuel to the East Coast now
that tankers that were set to go to Europe or other destinations
can dock there without restriction.
"The travel from Gulf Coast to the East Coast is pretty
quick," said Goldwyn, who currently runs Goldwyn Global
Strategies, an energy research and strategy company.

Complete update here.
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night all. prayers for all those affected by horrorcane sandy. what a nightmare.
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Quoting VAbeachhurricanes:


Well thank goodness the damage was kept to residential areas...

This must be a joke.
At least I hope it is.
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298. Skyepony (Mod)
The United States Government has pledged US$150,000 for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in Jamaica.
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Good night everyone, hope everyone is having a good night...This new storm if it materializes would add insult to injury. I pray it does not for the sake of the victims cleaning up from the aftermath of Sandy.
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Looks like southern Alaska is getting it bad right now
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The National Housing Trust (NHT) says mortgagors who have suffered damage to their homes as a result of Hurricane Sandy have until December 7 to submit an insurance claim

The Trust says in order to file a claim, mortgagors need to fill out a Peril Insurance Claim Form, submit an estimate and photographs of the damage and valid identification including their Tax Registration Number.

The NHT says the homeowner is responsible for covering the first two percent of the sum insured.

It says the insurance policy does not cover loss or damage to what’s inside the house.
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For whoever was wondering...

If Sandy had hit the New Jersey coastline as a fully tropical system (not that the impacts would've changed either way), it would currently be ranked as number 30 on the list of most deadly hurricanes in USA history.

The estimated damage total is ~$50 billion. That would put Sandy as the second costliest hurricane in USA history, behind only Hurricane Katrina.
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293. Skyepony (Mod)
Haiti sees small rise in cholera cases after Sandy
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292. yoboi
Quoting LurkyMcLurkerson:


Yep. Some folks like to feel superior by nitpicking over the weirdest stuff.

I have some physics education, and come from a family with a _lot_ of physics background. And there's not a darn thing wrong with what Dr. Masters said. It's what I would say, too, and it's what I would expect physicists to say as shorthand. It's fine; this isn't a discussion on the finest details of fluid dynamics and pressure gradients.

I add this because you shouldn't even feel like it's, like, vastly oversimplifying. I mean, everything is really complicated, if you want the super detailed parts. But lord, if we start going into the greatest detail on every single subject involved anywhere in meteorology, we are all never leaving our computers again. :P


i am still looking for all the majors to hitt the USA after the 2005 season according to the climate change kings....
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291. Skyepony (Mod)
Article~ Bon Jovi 'The Entire Jersey Shore That I Knew Is Gone'

Bon Jovi will help to raise funds for the relief effort by joining his fellow New Jersey native Bruce Springsteen, Christina Aguilera and Sting as part of the star-studded Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together Benefit telethon, which will air live on Friday night.
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290. yoboi
Quoting AmateurWeather:

Upcoming FOX news schedule


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midnight - 8 am How everything could be better if the rich were taxed less




how is gas over 3 50 a gallon working out for ya?? also how about the 16 trillion in debt working out for ya????
Quoting LurkyMcLurkerson:


Yep. Some folks like to feel superior by nitpicking over the weirdest stuff.

I have some physics education, and come from a family with a _lot_ of physics background. And there's not a darn thing wrong with what Dr. Masters said. It's what I would say, too, and it's what I would expect physicists to say as shorthand. It's fine; this isn't a discussion on the finest details of fluid dynamics and pressure gradients.

I add this because you shouldn't even feel like it's, like, vastly oversimplifying. I mean, everything is really complicated, if you want the super detailed parts. But lord, if we start going into the greatest detail on every single subject involved anywhere in meteorology, we are all never leaving our computers again. :P
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Extratropical cyclone in the fourth phase of the Norwegian model for extratropical lows. Impressive...for its location anyways.



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Quoting NJcat3cane:
Alright everyone the pictures are up for everyone to see its only 4 for now but they def show the impacts.. in all 4 pics its the AM high tide the PM high tide was 4+ feet higher everywhere


What a mess! Thanks for sharing the photos.
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Quoting NJcat3cane:
If anyone would like to post the pictures on the blog feel free cause i cant fiqure it out for some reason lol.. but yah if someone would post them on here that would be cool



Uploaded by: NJcat3cane Monday October 29, 2012 Brigantine, NJ
This was before the AM high tide peaked the PM high tide covered that car. it got alot deeper and debris including huge parts of docks floating down the road all day







Coast guard rescue on my block during sandys AM high tide


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Upcoming FOX news schedule


8 am - Why its the Unions fault
9 am - Why is the liberal scientists fault
10 am - Why its the Muslims fault
11 am - Why its the liberals fault
noon - 2 pm double special - Why its governments fault
2 pm - Why its the Atheists fault
3 pm - Why its the immigrants fault
4 pm - Why its the welfare recipients fault
5 pm - Why its the gays fault
6 pm - Why its the environmentalists fault
7 pm - Why its France's fault
8 pm - Why its the fault of regulators
9 pm - Why its the minorities fault
10 pm - Why it is the teachers fault
11 pm - Why its the liberal medias fault
midnight - 8 am How everything could be better if the rich were taxed less

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If anyone would like to post the pictures on the blog feel free cause i cant fiqure it out for some reason lol.. but yah if someone would post them on here that would be cool
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NY Giants quarterback Eli Manning rode out Hurricane Sandy in waterfront Hoboken, New Jersey apartment

Manning said the windows held up and that the water now was 'back where it should be.'

BY KRISTIE ACKERT / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2012, 10:44 AM

Eli Manning - no stranger to major storms in New Orleans, where he grew up - came back to his New Jersey home just in time to witness Hurricane Sandy's wrath.

"I saw water coming over the Hudson River into the streets. Very quickly a car is completely covered with water, so it can be scary," Manning said after returning from Dallas, where the Giants escaped with a victory.



http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants /giant-manning-rode-sandy-hoboken-article-1.119540 7
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Alright everyone the pictures are up for everyone to see its only 4 for now but they def show the impacts.. in all 4 pics its the AM high tide the PM high tide was 4+ feet higher everywhere
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Quoting NJcat3cane:
How do i upload pics to here from my computer? i have them savd on my comp now but dont know how to get them on here


Tabs up top..select photo Galleries under Photos & Video. Then click the big red button in the upper right. Follow instructions from there. The multiloader is great with right off your camera or camera card sort of shots. If the file is huge or you ran it through like paint.net you might need to use the old uploader.

You don't need to open your blog or anything. It's really easy. I uploaded 18 today from the Atlantis Rollover...We retired the last one today. Paraded her from the VAB to the new building at The Visitor's Complex. Weather was beautiful..

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Quoting NJcat3cane:
How long does approval of pictures take? just uploaded a few to show u guys the flooding here

A couple of minutes. Less than 10.
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How long does approval of pictures take? just uploaded a few to show u guys the flooding here
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Our nor'easter is looking impressive.

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278. Skyepony (Mod)
NASA's GEOS-5 has this NW coast storm bombing at 960mb & then coming ashore around 985mb. It should come down through Canada into the midwest, swing east & interact with the expected nor'easter.

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Quoting CaicosRetiredSailor:
Via Washington Post:

Atlantic City

Rest easy: The section of boardwalk that crumbled wasn't part of the boardwalk. It belonged to a northern structure that runs along the inlet between AC and Brigantine and was already scheduled for demolition. Liza Cartmell, president of the Atlantic City Alliance, said that most of the damage seemed to occur in residential sections, though the inlet and bay waters did stream into some Tangier Outlet shops. "The main thoroughfare in the oceanfront area and the casinos were not impacted significantly," she said.

Overall, infrastructure is solid, said Tom Gilbert, district commander of Atlantic City Tourism. "If I took you up to the boardwalk," he said, "you never would have said there was a storm."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/po st-sandy-travel-report-from-the-beaches-to-the-big -apple/2012/11/01/b58d9da0-239f-11e2-ba29-238a6ac3 6a08_story.html


Well thank goodness the damage was kept to residential areas...
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Via Washington Post:

Atlantic City

Rest easy: The section of boardwalk that crumbled wasn't part of the boardwalk. It belonged to a northern structure that runs along the inlet between AC and Brigantine and was already scheduled for demolition. Liza Cartmell, president of the Atlantic City Alliance, said that most of the damage seemed to occur in residential sections, though the inlet and bay waters did stream into some Tangier Outlet shops. "The main thoroughfare in the oceanfront area and the casinos were not impacted significantly," she said.

Overall, infrastructure is solid, said Tom Gilbert, district commander of Atlantic City Tourism. "If I took you up to the boardwalk," he said, "you never would have said there was a storm."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/po st-sandy-travel-report-from-the-beaches-to-the-big -apple/2012/11/01/b58d9da0-239f-11e2-ba29-238a6ac3 6a08_story.html
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One thing I noticed today is most everyone with no power were saying they were freezing while there were loads of wooden debries right behind them around them down the street. I would be starting a fire to keep warm throw a pot on there and start making soup out of food before it spoiled. One neighborhood, people that didn't know each other until now put all their food together and cooked it. Feed the lot of them for a couple of days.
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Pictures coming in from the Jersey shore look almost like what Ike did to Bolivar peninsula, though not quite as bad. Bolivar was essentially swept clean and most of the debris ended up in Galveston Bay. What was really shocking was to see the news coverage of the waves coming onto the Galveston sea wall long before Ike actually crossed the coast line. The west end of Galveston Island is a sitting duck that looks like the Jersey shore pre Sandy. Expensive real estate almost right to the waters edge with a false sense of security provided by a man made sand dune to entice development where none should be. Eventually a Cat 3 or so will cross the coastline just to the west of San Luis Pass, and human folly will once again end up as match sticks mixed with piles of ruined junk.
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also heard there was a murder in AC nj during the flooding too..Havent watched the news really today but thats what locals were talking about last couple days how some people cant act civil even in diasters like this
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Quoting NJcat3cane:
Looting did happen here in Brigantine and Atlantic City NJ
thats just totally messed up. some people just have no respect. Stupid
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Looting did happen here in Brigantine and Atlantic City NJ
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Quoting gulfbreeze:
Did get Banned?


yes... you are invisible ; )
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Did get Banned?
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Quoting sar2401:

Looks awful. Where are you located?


I live in Azua R. D.
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Quoting RetiredChiefP:


Let's compare:

Dr. Masters: one succinct explanation that made even an "average science idiot" like me understand what may happen.

You: 8 sentences (two of them run-on, thus confusing to sort out through the mass of commas) in 2 paragraph...explaining the EXACT SAME THING. Your post even mentions the "pull" of cold air.

Love the slight of "working for TWC" too...how adult of you. I have respected Dr. Masters and his unofficial crew of bloggers for years. I find your condescending comments quite insulting.


Yep. Some folks like to feel superior by nitpicking over the weirdest stuff.

I have some physics education, and come from a family with a _lot_ of physics background. And there's not a darn thing wrong with what Dr. Masters said. It's what I would say, too, and it's what I would expect physicists to say as shorthand. It's fine; this isn't a discussion on the finest details of fluid dynamics and pressure gradients.

I add this because you shouldn't even feel like it's, like, vastly oversimplifying. I mean, everything is really complicated, if you want the super detailed parts. But lord, if we start going into the greatest detail on every single subject involved anywhere in meteorology, we are all never leaving our computers again. :P
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Quoting aspectre:
Grothar: Just popped in for a minute. Who are we hating today?? It changes so fast I can't keep up sometimes.

I favor Snooki. After all that Jersey Shores has done for her, the least she shoulda done is stand on the shore line screaming defiance as the surge washed over her.


Impossible for two reasons....

#1- She's as wide as she is tall

#2- That stupid goofy lip curl (like someone was holding a small turd under her nose) would have probably caused the water to back up and go elsewhere.
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Quoting entrelac:
Not that I've seen.

Opening game for the Nets is postponed though.
Yes it was cancelled.
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Quoting NJcat3cane:
How do i upload pics to here from my computer? i have them savd on my comp now but dont know how to get them on here


You will need to start your own blog, if you don't already have one.
(which will reset your comment count to zero btw)

http://wiki.wunderground.com/index.php/WunderBlog s

then

http://wiki.wunderground.com/index.php/WunderBlog s_-_Adding_images
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Grothar: Just popped in for a minute. Who are we hating today?? It changes so fast I can't keep up sometimes.

I nominate Snooki. After all that Jersey Shores has done for her, the least she shoulda done is stand on the shoreline screaming defiance as the surge washed over her.
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How do i upload pics to here from my computer? i have them savd on my comp now but dont know how to get them on here
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Man...


look at the swimming pools on the left...

Now look for them on the right. They're sandy lololololol
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Quoting sar2401:

Do you have a link? Those maps are too small to show any detail of what's working and what isn't.


Sure.

November 1 (first day of subway)

November 2

Mind you, this is Sunday/holiday schedule during the weekday and the ones I was on averaged like 1mph the last few stops (probably a bottleneck/safety issue when you make the terminus an area without the capacity for that)
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Quoting NJcat3cane:
green is the golf course.. water came from the north sde bay and east side bay before it met the ocean about 2 blocks inland from the ocean
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208 downdabayou: Our electric crews from the south at least know to shut the power off when flood waters are coming in so nothing starts to burn.

Considering the tens of thousands of flooded homes that weren't ignited by an electrical short, BreezyPoint more likely coulda been the result of a candle being knocked over when a table floated then banged against a wall.
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Quoting CaicosRetiredSailor:


Brigantine NJ
green is the golf course.. water came from the north sde bay and west side bay before it met the ocean about 2 blocks inland from the ocean
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Quoting CaicosRetiredSailor:


Brigantine NJ
yes.. that entire north end was under 5 feet plus of water
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