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post Aug 26 2011, 07:56 PM
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QUOTE(Doorman @ Aug 26 2011, 08:32 PM) *
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as close to a real-time sat as you can find on the web
trust me on this

the core has eroded
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATC...ml/262049.shtml

if you post anything else you are just trolling---IMHO
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implications down the line?extratropical sooner? weaker quicker deteriorating storm?
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post Aug 26 2011, 07:57 PM
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QUOTE(LoveNYCSnow @ Aug 26 2011, 08:55 PM) *
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the hurricane is not going to pass over Philly, now if you mean at Phillys latitude its possible, probably be a very weak category one by then and then a strong tropical storm when it passes over NYC/Western LI


Sorry...yeah I meant latitude....
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post Aug 26 2011, 07:58 PM
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QUOTE(LoveNYCSnow @ Aug 26 2011, 07:55 PM) *
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the hurricane is not going to pass over Philly, now if you mean at Phillys latitude its possible, probably be a very weak category one by then and then a strong tropical storm when it passes over NYC/Western LI



Folks, the storm will be what it will be.
I think it[s not very helpful to readers if we keep going back and forth about if it will be a weak CAT1 or a tropical storm near Philly and NYC.


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QUOTE(hockeypuck @ Aug 26 2011, 08:51 PM) *
MIN/MAX 61 75 79 83 59 63 65 69 58
TEMP 73 68 65 63 65 75 78 74 68 68 68 64 65 67 68 68 64 63 60 59 62
DEWPT 63 62 61 60 63 66 66 67 66 66 66 64 64 65 66 64 62 61 59 55 55
RH 71 81 87 90 93 74 67 79 93 93 93100 97 93 93 87 93 93 96 87 78
WIND DIR E SE SE S SE S S S SE E NE NE E E E E W W W W W
WIND SPD 2 1 1 1 1 4 5 5 3 3 5 14 36 44 52 59 62 47 25 17 12
WIND GUST 40 47 55 65 70 59 41
CLOUDS SC SC FW SC SC SC B1 B2 B2 OV OV OV OV OV OV OV OV B2 B1 B1 FW
POP 12HR 5 60 90 100 70
QPF 12HR 0 0.15 1.09-1.62 4.37-5.45 0.11-0.17
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Looks like I am going through the eye according to noaa.. look at the wind shift, east 62, west 47. blink.gif


yep we're right below you (on Hollis border) ay yi yi. that's what I've been thinking and at least a few models have tracks right over us.


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post Aug 26 2011, 08:00 PM
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QUOTE(baltimorewisher86 @ Aug 26 2011, 08:56 PM) *
implications down the line?extratropical sooner? weaker quicker deteriorating storm?


this things gonna fall apart before it ever gets to NY isn't it. I should have known. I wonder if there an incentive for hype.


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post Aug 26 2011, 08:00 PM
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QUOTE(Phased Vort @ Aug 26 2011, 08:58 PM) *
Folks, the storm will be what it will be.
I think it[s not very helpful to readers if we keep going back and forth about if it will be a weak CAT1 or a tropical storm near Philly and NYC.


Sorry, my fault, I started that one... unsure.gif
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post Aug 26 2011, 08:01 PM
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Tropical storm watches this far inland..Impressive !!
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a storm that was progged to be potentially a cat 4 at this time Irene is hanging on to even hurricane status. As much as I love the weather, as a homeowner on the water I am pleased as punch to see the demise of Irene.
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post Aug 26 2011, 08:02 PM
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You all realize that if this just scrapes the outer banks it'll be a Cat. 1 as it hits Long Island, right?

It's a maintaining Cat. 2 right now and it's massive. Massive storm = slow to weaken. It has a very expansive windfield.


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post Aug 26 2011, 08:02 PM
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[attachment=140103:sat_wv_hem_loop.gif]

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post Aug 26 2011, 08:02 PM
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NOAA flight came from NEQ right after the AFR flight did.

Highest wind gust in non-precip, or close to it as possible...

83kt flight level gust and 63kt surface.
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URNT15 KWBC 270046
NOAA2 3009A IRENE HDOB 29 20110827
003630 3240N 07615W 7510 02274 9736 +160 +163 156078 080 063 005 00
003700 3239N 07617W 7507 02272 9729 +160 //// 155082 083 063 009 01
003730 3238N 07619W 7511 02259 9720 +162 +162 152081 082 066 012 00
003800 3237N 07621W 7509 02254 9713 +159 //// 151079 080 066 018 01
003830 3236N 07623W 7507 02246 9700 +161 //// 157077 078 069 020 01
003900 3235N 07625W 7510 02235 9688 +165 //// 160074 076 067 011 01
003930 3234N 07627W 7510 02229 9680 +166 //// 156076 078 064 006 01
004000 3233N 07629W 7510 02221 9674 +164 //// 154076 077 062 005 01
004030 3232N 07630W 7509 02213 9664 +166 +166 154078 078 060 004 00
004100 3231N 07632W 7509 02204 9652 +168 +165 152078 079 060 003 00
004130 3230N 07634W 7509 02193 9638 +170 +171 152078 080 058 006 00
004200 3229N 07636W 7510 02183 9626 +171 +175 151076 077 059 007 00
004230 3228N 07638W 7511 02171 9611 +177 +177 149073 074 061 015 00
004300 3227N 07640W 7507 02163 9599 +175 +179 149074 075 060 013 00
004330 3226N 07642W 7507 02150 9582 +177 +182 147074 074 061 022 00
004400 3225N 07644W 7512 02129 9567 +176 //// 147071 074 063 023 01
004430 3224N 07646W 7516 02109 9548 +179 //// 151060 066 062 018 05
004500 3223N 07648W 7524 02089 9535 +182 //// 151050 053 059 010 01
004530 3222N 07650W 7521 02083 9525 +183 +184 150041 043 042 003 00
004600 3221N 07652W 7522 02076 9516 +185 +187 151031 034 031 003 00


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post Aug 26 2011, 08:03 PM
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Local mets just said the track nudged west enough to give the Jersey shore some higher winds and stronger storm surge.
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post Aug 26 2011, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE(Mike W IN herkimer @ Aug 26 2011, 09:01 PM) *
Tropical storm watches this far inland..Impressive !!

I can't believe your in it too! Very impressive. Probably because of the channeling in the valley.


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Radar complimenting recent IR/MW images. Inner core reforming and has closed off from the NW to the SE.

Not a good situation for OBX.
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QUOTE(DomNH @ Aug 26 2011, 09:02 PM) *
You all realize that if this just scrapes the outer banks it'll be a Cat. 1 as it hits Long Island, right?

It's a maintaining Cat. 2 right now and it's massive. Massive storm = slow to weaken. It has a very expansive windfield.

What about the south westerly shear we have been hearing about? Most recent tracks point to a west track. The width of the storm is amazing. Those that have to go through the center of it are in for a long duration event... like me... and you.

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QUOTE(DomNH @ Aug 26 2011, 08:02 PM) *
You all realize that if this just scrapes the outer banks it'll be a Cat. 1 as it hits Long Island, right?

It's a maintaining Cat. 2 right now and it's massive. Massive storm = slow to weaken. It has a very expansive windfield.



You are right.

Readers should be careful any way.

Theres no making fun or taking the situation lightly, until we for a fact see with our own eyes, that it has fell apart.


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QUOTE(Logical Storm @ Aug 26 2011, 09:00 PM) *
this things gonna fall apart before it ever gets to NY isn't it. I should have known. I wonder if there an incentive for hype.


No one could have known, at the time the hype was (for the most part) justified. And as we continue to state, it still has the potential to make a very serious impact on the east coast. It's a massive system with a very large wind field, it's going to dump an incredible amount of precip on already saturated areas, it's going to probably spin up some tornadoes, it's gonna have a massive surge (again, huge storm), and it's also going to still have strong enough winds to cause widespread power outages, if not worse. Even if it 'falls apart' and comes in at a moderate tropical storm, that'd still have serious impacts. Hyping it up like mad doesn't do any good, but neither does marginalizing it.
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I think the media is hyping it up, but I think the government leaders on the coast are doing their best....if they did not shut things down and evacuate, and people got hurt, that would be the worst thing ever. And yesterday this thing looked pretty bad...they can only wait so long before being forced to make safe decisions.
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QUOTE(Phased Vort @ Aug 26 2011, 09:05 PM) *
You are right.

Readers should be careful any way.

Theres no making fun or taking the situation lightly, until we for a fact see with our own eyes, that it has fell apart.

Hello Carlos!

And agree with you, either way no matter how strong or if the its a hurricane or just a tropical storm, this is a huge-sized storm and its going to bring some flooding rainfalls either way you look at it.


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QUOTE(Phased Vort @ Aug 26 2011, 08:58 PM) *
Folks, the storm will be what it will be.
I think it[s not very helpful to readers if we keep going back and forth about if it will be a weak CAT1 or a tropical storm near Philly and NYC.

with all due respect phased vort,the nws and nhc put a classification for tropical storms and hurricanes for a reason. im getting tired of hearing about it too,but its indeed relevant to the storm and to the damage it inflicts.if it wasnt, then there would be no different classification for a tropical storm,or a hurricane. once again this is with due respect and the fact that people are educated with the differences of the 2 is what brings a good discussion.
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