Nor'easter coming Wednesday and Thursday

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:26 PM GMT on November 05, 2012

Share this Blog
47
+

An early-season Nor'easter will form off the coast of South Carolina on Tuesday evening. Once over the warm waters off the coast, the low will intensify, spreading heavy rains of 1 - 2" 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, and intensify into a medium-strength Nor'easter with a central pressure near 984 mb by Wednesday evening. While the exact track of the storm still has considerable uncertainty, the models are pretty unified on the timing and strength of this storm. A 12-hour period of strong winds of 40 - 45 mph will likely affect portions of the coast from Maryland to Massachusetts. A more westerly track, as currently predicted by our top model, the European ECMWF model, would likely result in the storm's strongest winds affecting the New Jersey coast. A storm surge of 2 - 4 feet would likely hit the New Jersey coast, and a storm surge of 3 - 5 feet would likely impact the western end of Long Island Sound. These surges would be accompanied by high, battering waves, capable of causing moderate to locally severe erosion along the coastal areas pounded by Hurricane Sandy last week. Fortunately, the high tides this week will be some of the lowest of the month, since we are midway between when the new moon and full moon occur. A more easterly track for the storm, as predicted by the GFS model, would put the Nor'easter's strongest winds along eastern Long Island and coastal Massachusetts, resulting in lower storm surges for New Jersey and New York City. Accompanying the storm will be a swath of 2 - 3" of rain, with the heaviest rains falling over Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The storm isn't going to tap into a large reservoir of cold, Arctic air, which will limit its intensity and snowfall amounts. Snow is not expected in coastal area, but the Nor'easter has the potential to bring more than a foot of snow to mountain areas of New England.


Figure 1. Predicted wind speed for Wednesday evening, November 7, 2012, from the ECMWF model (left) and GFS model (right). The ECMWF model was run using data from 00Z (7 pm EST) Sunday night, and the GFS model was run using data beginning at 06Z (1 am EST) on Monday. Winds tropical storm-force (39+ mph) are predicted to extend from coastal Virginia to Massachusetts.


Figure 2. Predicted storm surge at Atlantic City, NJ for Wednesday's Nor'easter, from the experimental Extratropical Storm Surge model, run by NOAA"s Meteorological Development Laboratory. This model used winds from this morning's 6Z (1 am EDT) run of the GFS model. The peak storm surge (yellowish-brown line) is predicted to be 3.3', occurring just after midnight local time on Wednesday night. High tide (green line) occurs near 1 am Thursday morning, resulting in a peak storm tide of approximately 7.4' around 1 am Thursday (black line). For comparison, Sandy delivered a 5.81' storm surge to Atlantic City, with the highest storm tide reaching 8.9' above MLLW.

Jeff Masters

Reader Comments

Comments will take a few seconds to appear.

Post Your Comments

Please sign in to post comments.

or Join

Not only will you be able to leave comments on this blog, but you'll also have the ability to upload and share your photos in our Wunder Photos section.

Display: 0, 50, 100, 200 Sort: Newest First - Order Posted

Viewing: 372 - 322

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11Blog Index

Quoting billburke:
Yow, is accuweather hysteria oriented? They are now saying possible peak gusts of 60-70 in a large muti state area. Including nyc, long island and new jersey areas hard hit last week.


You decide.


Wednesday
rain Rain. Windy. Near steady temperature in the lower 40s. Northeast winds 20 to 30 mph. Gusts up to 45 mph...increasing to 60 mph in the afternoon. Chance of rain 90 percent.
Wednesday Night
nt_snow Rain in the evening...then rain and snow after midnight. Little or no snow accumulation. Very windy with lows in the mid 30s. North winds 25 to 35 mph...diminishing to 20 to 25 mph after midnight. Gusts up to 65 mph. Chance of precipitation 90 percent.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Yow, is accuweather hysteria oriented? They are now saying possible peak gusts of 60-70 in a large muti state area. Including nyc, long island and new jersey areas hard hit last week.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
00Z ECMWF 72 hours:

Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Looks like the ECMWF is taking it east too. It's up to 72 hours on the Raleigh site.

Nite all.
Member Since: July 15, 2005 Posts: 3 Comments: 1259


Another look at the pre-nor'easter cyclonics on my blog.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:

I can go all night without sleep if I want and function normally that day. I've done that with friends or when there is a snowstorm.
I do it to but only when I am with friends or when I scare.
Quoting KoritheMan:


4? Try 6. Especially with how the store's ****ing up hours. I've worked 4:00 to 9:30 shifts for like a week, with the end still not in sight.
ouch.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting biff4ugo:


Yes, yes it does. What is the correct angle or do you just adjust till it works?



Well, generally it's easier to do the experiment by adjusting and playing around until it works. I even do that in my physics labs, I generally do the experiment to predict an equation rather than an equation to predict the results when I can get away with it. My mind works things better that way.

I guess if you brought out some instrumentation and measured carefully, you could find precise angle data sets. However, given its 3 dimensional, the math could get pretty ugly. You would likely need to find an angle for Phi and Theta.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxmod:
So when do you suppose the United Nations will call so called contrails and ship trails a geoengineering project? What, does the weather community have to make a press release, or is the satellite photo obvious enough.

I like to be occasionally reminded of the filth that China is spewing out, so that we can have our cake and eat it to.

However, I could do with just one slice a day here.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting allancalderini:
OMG I only stay until 4am or more when its a free day.

I can go all night without sleep if I want and function normally that day. I've done that with friends or when there is a snowstorm.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting allancalderini:
OMG I only stay until 4am or more when its a free day.


4? Try 6. Especially with how the store's ****ing up hours. I've worked 4:00 to 9:30 shifts for like a week, with the end still not in sight.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:

I am a night-owl and it is only midnight. I always like to stay up late and I might write a blog and be up for a few more hours.
OMG I only stay until 4am or more when its a free day.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting allancalderini:
I am really surprise you are still awake its not 2 in the morning in your place?

I am a night-owl and it is only midnight. I always like to stay up late and I might write a blog and be up for a few more hours.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:

Yup, this run develops two storms.
I am really surprise you are still awake its not 2 in the morning in your place?
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
The problem with this northeastern producing heavy rain in coastal areas is that the rain will have nowhere to go because the sand carried inland by Sandy will act as small dams preventing the water to drain. A lot of the coastal areas affected by Sandy look like places after a snow storm with all the snow accumulated on the side of the roads with the only difference that instead of snow is sand.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
355. MTWX
Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


I'll update it tomorrow... thanks


Loved your graphic though... Great Work! :)
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting allancalderini:
Looks like we use William in this run too.

Yup, this run develops two storms.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:
We do get a storm near Bermuda this run too. I think we will use one more name this year.
216hrs:
Looks like we use William in this run too.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting KoritheMan:


I said it in chat yesterday, remember? Today is day one of seven, then it's back to work as usual. Whether that'll be TCRs or Valerie, I don't know.

I hate how the ignore user is right next to the quote button as I kept on ignoring you by mistake -_____-

I guess I somehow forgot you said that. I think we will see Valerie, but that is just me.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:

I some what remember that...


I said it in chat yesterday, remember? Today is day one of seven, then it's back to work as usual. Whether that'll be TCRs or Valerie, I don't know.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting KoritheMan:




I haven't been watching. I'm on vacation, remember?

I some what remember that...
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
We do get a storm near Bermuda this run too. I think we will use one more name this year.
216hrs:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting KoritheMan:


Dude, there's no chance of tropical (or subtropical) cyclogenesis with the Nor'easter.


Strangely enough, the CMC Global generates a warm core system in tandem with the Nor'easter on its right flank (Thurs 00z)...



It will be interesting to see if this scenario plays out.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tc1120:


Yea completely gone on most of the island in Long Beach. The highest dune is now on the eastern end of the LB and is maybe 10 feet high and 15 feet across. That dune used to be a solid 30+ feet and covered an extensive area. I'm not sure how Lido Beach and Point Lookout fared.


Don't know about Lido Beach. The Rockaways got hit badly as did Lindenhurst. Fire Island is breached in a number of places. Most of the beach is gone, up to the road. Most of the homes were destroyed or badly damaged.
Member Since: July 17, 2009 Posts: 63 Comments: 23727
Quoting MTWX:


Calling for up to 2 feet in some areas...


... Winter Storm Watch in effect from Wednesday evening through
Saturday morning...

The National Weather Service in Great Falls has issued a Winter
Storm Watch... which is in effect from Wednesday evening through
Saturday morning.

* Timing and main impact: snow is expected develop over southwest
Montana Wednesday night and expand northward through the day on
Thursday and continue through Saturday morning. The snow could
become heavy at times on Thursday and Friday.

* Snow accumulations: one to two feet is possible in the mountains
with 6 to 12 inches in the plains. 3 to 6 inches is possible in
the valleys of southwest Montana.

* Winds: north winds 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph are possible
across north central Montana. These winds could result in blowing and
drifting of snow across north central Montana Thursday night through
Saturday morning.

* Visibility: local visibilities of less than one half mile in heavy
snow and blowing snow could occur.

* Other impacts: mountain passes will quickly become snow covered
and slippery at the onset of the snowfall. Warmer ground
temperatures at the lower elevations could lead to melting of the
snowfall on roadways Thursday afternoon... these roads could become
icy and snow covered around sunset Thursday.

Those working or recreating outdoors need to be prepared for
rapidly changing conditions.

* Locations affected include: Fairfield... Choteau... Chester...
White Sulphur Springs... Battle Ridge Pass... Bozeman... Bozeman
Pass... Targhee Pass... West Yellowstone... Stanford...
Lewistown... Lewistown Divide... Boulder... Boulder Hill... Elk Park
Pass... Homestake pass... Whitehall... Shelby... Chinook... Big
Sandy... Fort Benton... Browning... Marias Pass... Conrad...
Havre... Cut Bank... Townsend... Great Falls... Kings Hill Pass...
Big Hole Pass... Chief Joseph Pass... Dillon... Monida Pass...
Flesher Pass... Helena... Lincoln... MacDonald Pass... Rogers
Pass... Ennis... Norris Hill... Raynolds Pass... Twin Bridges

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow... sleet... or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.




I'll update it tomorrow... thanks
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Self moderation = "ignore" button, which I'm sure many have done to me. Although I do love to read the responses to the trolls. Some of the best stuff on here.

Ok, I get to go through the Nor'Easter, which is going to get me here on the Cod, no matter which forecast model you watch, then fly out to San Fran on Saturday right over the blizzard.

Here's hoping the great earthquake doesn't hit while I'm out there.

Typical.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting allancalderini:
I think he is refering when the Gfs was developing Valerie near Bermuda.


Quoting wxchaser97:

I didn't mean that Kori... I meant when the GFS would develop just a storm near Bermuda. I expected the same this run.


I haven't been watching. I'm on vacation, remember?
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting KoritheMan:


Dude, there's no chance of tropical (or subtropical) cyclogenesis with the Nor'easter.

I didn't mean that Kori... I meant when the GFS would develop just a storm near Bermuda. I expected the same this run.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Practice makes perfect, so you sit there and laugh while others are actually improving their forecasting skills through effort and time. ;)


I will. But thanks for the thought. ;)
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting KoritheMan:


Dude, there's no chance of tropical (or subtropical) cyclogenesis with the Nor'easter.
I think he is refering when the Gfs was developing Valerie near Bermuda.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:
There's Valerie, just not where I thought she would form earlier in the run.
156hrs:
At least she is and thank God it looks to be a fishpinner.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting KoritheMan:


Numbers wise yes, but the storms were disappointingly weak.

Also it's kind of amazing how last year it was the lack of hurricanes, while this year it's the lack of major hurricanes. Goes to show you how little we really know, and it's making me laugh at those who try to make preseason predictions.

Practice makes perfect, so you sit there and laugh while others are actually improving their forecasting skills through effort and time. ;)
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting Civicane49:


Convection running into a subtropical jet...this won't be amusing.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting wxchaser97:
There's Valerie, just not where I thought she would form earlier in the run.
156hrs:


Dude, there's no chance of tropical (or subtropical) cyclogenesis with the Nor'easter.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
GFS has possible Valerie at 1008 mb in 162 hours.

Member Since: Posts: Comments:
There's Valerie, just not where I thought she would form earlier in the run.
156hrs:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
333. MTWX
Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:
WINTER WEATHER UPDATE
_____________________________

West US major for Montana.
Moderate snow in the Sierra Nevada

I'll do a graphic for the US East coast storm tomorrow morning...
by the way...a high wind watch is if effect for all NJ/NYC,LI/CT coastal areas
calling for wing gusts up to 70 MPH!.. Sandy was at 80 MPH!..very close


click on the pic for a bigger image...4x as big so you can see all details...don't be afraid

hope you enjoy it...as I do but it takes me more than an hour to do... :)
who knows when we have Athena???


Calling for up to 2 feet in some areas...


... Winter Storm Watch in effect from Wednesday evening through
Saturday morning...

The National Weather Service in Great Falls has issued a Winter
Storm Watch... which is in effect from Wednesday evening through
Saturday morning.

* Timing and main impact: snow is expected develop over southwest
Montana Wednesday night and expand northward through the day on
Thursday and continue through Saturday morning. The snow could
become heavy at times on Thursday and Friday.

* Snow accumulations: one to two feet is possible in the mountains
with 6 to 12 inches in the plains. 3 to 6 inches is possible in
the valleys of southwest Montana.

* Winds: north winds 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph are possible
across north central Montana. These winds could result in blowing and
drifting of snow across north central Montana Thursday night through
Saturday morning.

* Visibility: local visibilities of less than one half mile in heavy
snow and blowing snow could occur.

* Other impacts: mountain passes will quickly become snow covered
and slippery at the onset of the snowfall. Warmer ground
temperatures at the lower elevations could lead to melting of the
snowfall on roadways Thursday afternoon... these roads could become
icy and snow covered around sunset Thursday.

Those working or recreating outdoors need to be prepared for
rapidly changing conditions.

* Locations affected include: Fairfield... Choteau... Chester...
White Sulphur Springs... Battle Ridge Pass... Bozeman... Bozeman
Pass... Targhee Pass... West Yellowstone... Stanford...
Lewistown... Lewistown Divide... Boulder... Boulder Hill... Elk Park
Pass... Homestake pass... Whitehall... Shelby... Chinook... Big
Sandy... Fort Benton... Browning... Marias Pass... Conrad...
Havre... Cut Bank... Townsend... Great Falls... Kings Hill Pass...
Big Hole Pass... Chief Joseph Pass... Dillon... Monida Pass...
Flesher Pass... Helena... Lincoln... MacDonald Pass... Rogers
Pass... Ennis... Norris Hill... Raynolds Pass... Twin Bridges

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow... sleet... or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
Continue to monitor the latest forecasts.


Member Since: Posts: Comments:
GFS forecasts possible Valerie in the eastern Atlantic at 150 hours.

Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Something in the E ATL at 144hrs, this has been shown before. Also watch S of Bermuda for something.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting GTcooliebai:
Impressive Season and we might not be done just yet.



Probably been posted already, but ACE is up to 121. I also think Gordon, Kirk, and Sandy will be bumped up to major hurricane status in the postseason analysis.


Numbers wise yes, but the storms were disappointingly weak.

Also it's kind of amazing how last year it was the lack of hurricanes, while this year it's the lack of major hurricanes. Goes to show you how little we really know, and it's making me laugh at those who try to make preseason predictions.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tc1120:
Hi everybody,

I was wondering how bad the storm surge potential is on the south shore of Long Island for this upcoming nor'easter if it goes more west? I know it all depends on the track.

I am from Long Beach and I must say that our town is not ready for another storm. We still don't have power, so the wind really isn't an issue in terms of losing power. We aren't expected to have power for roughly a month. Still no clean water or sewage. I just want to get a more clear grip on the situation so I can relay the information since most people don't have access to internet. I see that the waves are going to be 11ft @ 12 seconds. That's not good if its going to be accompanied by a storm surge of any magnitude, considering our dunes are gone, our beach is now flat, and the boardwalk is missing in numerous spots.



COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
433 PM EST MON NOV 5 2012

...STRONG COASTAL STORM COULD PRODUCE MODERATE TO LOCALLY MAJOR
COASTAL FLOODING WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT...

NJZ006-106-108-NYZ072-074-075-080-081-178-179-061 100-
/O.NEW.KOKX.CF.A.0002.121107T1600Z-121108T1100Z/
HUDSON-EASTERN ESSEX-EASTERN UNION-NEW YORK (MANHATTAN)-
RICHMOND (STATEN ISLAND)-KINGS (BROOKLYN)-SOUTHWESTERN SUFFOLK-
SOUTHEASTERN SUFFOLK-SOUTHERN QUEENS-SOUTHERN NASSAU-
433 PM EST MON NOV 5 2012

...COASTAL FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH
LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN UPTON HAS ISSUED A COASTAL FLOOD
WATCH...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH LATE
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

* LOCATIONS...NEW YORK HARBOR...THE LONG ISLAND SOUTH SHORE BACK
BAYS...THE OCEAN SHORES OF NEW YORK CITY AND LONG ISLAND...AND
PECONIC AND GARDINERS BAYS OF EASTERN LONG ISLAND.

* TIDAL DEPARTURES...3 TO 4 FEET.

* BEACH EROSION...LARGE BREAKING WAVES OF 8 TO 14 FEET ON TOP OF
ANY SURGE COULD CAUSE SIGNIFICANT ADDITIONAL BEACH EROSION AND
OVERWASH.

* TIMING...AROUND THE TIMES OF HIGH TIDE EARLY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
AND AGAIN AFTER MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

* IMPACTS...DEPENDING ON THE TIMING...TRACK AND INTENSITY OF THE
COASTAL STORM...MODERATE COASTAL FLOODING COULD OCCUR ACROSS
MULTIPLE HIGH TIDE CYCLES. LOCALLY MAJOR FLOODING COULD OCCUR IN
PLACES DUE TO CHANGES TO UNDERWATER SLOPES AND/OR LOSS OF
PROTECTIVE DUNES BOTH CAUSED BY SANDY. WIDESPREAD FLOODING OF
VULNERABLE SHORE ROADS AND/OR BASEMENTS IS POSSIBLE...HAMPERING
RECOVERY EFFORTS.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A COASTAL FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS FAVORABLE FOR
FLOODING ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP. COASTAL RESIDENTS SHOULD BE
ALERT FOR LATER STATEMENTS OR WARNINGS...AND TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT PROPERTY.

&&

...NY HARBOR WATER LEVELS FOR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...

COASTAL............TIME OF......FORECAST TOTAL.....FLOOD.....
LOCATION...........HIGH TIDE.....WATER LEVEL.......CATEGORY..
...................................(MLLW)........ ............

THE BATTERY NYC.....137 PM...........8.0...........MODERATE..
BERGEN POINT NY.....128 PM...........8.5...........MODERATE..

...SOUTH SHORE BAYS WATER LEVELS FOR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...

COASTAL............TIME OF......FORECAST TOTAL.....FLOOD.....
LOCATION...........HIGH TIDE.....WATER LEVEL.......CATEGORY..
.................................(MLLW/NGVD)..... ............

ROCKAWAY INLET NY...116 PM.........8.5.............MODERATE..
FREEPORT GAUGE NY...154 PM.........6.6/5.8.........MAJOR.....
LINDENHURST NY......337 PM.........4.0.............MODERATE..

...OCEAN WATER LEVELS FOR WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...

COASTAL............TIME OF......FORECAST TOTAL.....FLOOD.....
LOCATION...........HIGH TIDE.....WATER LEVEL.......CATEGORY..
...................................(MLLW)........ ............

MONTAUK POINT NY....311 PM...........5.6..........MODERATE...

$$
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tc1120:
Hi everybody,

I was wondering how bad the storm surge potential is on the south shore of Long Island for this upcoming nor'easter if it goes more west? I know it all depends on the track.

I am from Long Beach and I must say that our town is not ready for another storm. We still don't have power, so the wind really isn't an issue in terms of losing power. We aren't expected to have power for roughly a month. Still no clean water or sewage. I just want to get a more clear grip on the situation so I can relay the information since most people don't have access to internet. I see that the waves are going to be 11ft @ 12 seconds. That's not good if its going to be accompanied by a storm surge of any magnitude, considering our dunes are gone, our beach is now flat, and the boardwalk is missing in numerous spots.



Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting Grothar:


It depends on which way it goes. The North Shore could get worse tidal surge, but right now, it looks like a pretty good rise on the South Shore. Are the dunes gone there?


Yea completely gone on most of the island in Long Beach. The highest dune is now on the eastern end of the LB and is maybe 10 feet high and 15 feet across. That dune used to be a solid 30+ feet and covered an extensive area. I'm not sure how Lido Beach and Point Lookout fared.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
00Z GFS 132 hours:

Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tc1120:
Hi everybody,

I was wondering how bad the storm surge potential is on the south shore of Long Island for this upcoming nor'easter if it goes more west? I know it all depends on the track.

I am from Long Beach and I must say that our town is not ready for another storm. We still don't have power, so the wind really isn't an issue in terms of losing power. We aren't expected to have power for roughly a month. Still no clean water or sewage. I just want to get a more clear grip on the situation so I can relay the information since most people don't have access to internet. I see that the waves are going to be 11ft @ 12 seconds. That's not good if its going to be accompanied by a storm surge of any magnitude, considering our dunes are gone, our beach is now flat, and the boardwalk is missing in numerous spots.



It depends on which way it goes. The North Shore could get worse tidal surge, but right now, it looks like a pretty good rise on the South Shore. Are the dunes gone there?
Member Since: July 17, 2009 Posts: 63 Comments: 23727
Quoting allancalderini:
Never seen windshear that strong.I am waiting to see if we get Valerie on this run.

The past runs today have shown her so far so it is likely.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:

Viewing: 372 - 322

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11Blog Index

Top of Page

About JeffMasters

Jeff co-founded the Weather Underground in 1995 while working on his Ph.D. He flew with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters from 1986-1990.