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  1. Tropical Storm Fred Tropical Cyclone Update NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL062021 215 PM CDT Mon Aug 16 2021 ...FRED MAKES LANDFALL IN THE EASTERN FLORIDA PANHANDLE... National Weather Service WSR-88D radar data indicate that the center of Tropical Storm Fred has made landfall near Cape San Blas, Florida. Maximum sustained winds are estimated to be near 65 mph (100 km/h). SUMMARY OF 215 PM CDT...1915 UTC...INFORMATION ---------------------------------------------- LOCATION...29.7N 85.4W ABOUT 25 MI...40 KM W OF APALACHICOLA FLORIDA MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...65 MPH...100 KM/H PRESENT MOVEMENT...NNE OR 20 DEGREES AT 9 MPH...15 KM/H MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...994 MB...29.35 INCHES $$ Forecaster Pasch/Hagen
  2. He is working the storm for WeatherNation - his Twitter notes that was why he's chasing, haha
  3. Josh is in Port St. Joe - his twitter shows heavy rain but almost no wind at all coming in.
  4. Admittedly a bit jealous. Being from southern New Jersey, we don't get this kind of weather often. I'll be in Gulfport for work next week at this time - a week too late, haha. Hoping you all experience minimal disruption and damage but get to see some nice gusts!
  5. Just noticed that we have pingers here in Williamstown, NJ also
  6. -FZRA started here in Williamstown, NJ - central Gloucester county. 30.6 F
  7. Flipped here in Williamstown, NJ about 30 minutes ago - coming down like crazy and roads starting to cover on the sides. 33.3 F
  8. Any sleet at least in Turnersville, or all rain? All rain here in Williamstown
  9. Looking at COD radar, it looks like the rain line is encroaching upon Wilmington and the PA/MD line -- a little worried about that.
  10. Flipped to moderate snow here in Williamstown, NJ -- Central Gloucester County. 34.9 F, no sticking yet
  11. Yes, I believe that is correct. It is counted as snow 1:1, but melted equivalent is 3:1 (roughly speaking, of course).
  12. central Gloucester county -- right under the oranges and reds -- about 4 inches here. Started accumulating around 12 PM or so here after lots of rain this morning.
  13. Williamstown, NJ in Central Gloucester County, NJ -- just flipping back to snow! Still warm (36), but good news!
  14. Got a nice thump here in central Gloucester County -- about 2 inches in 2 hours; now back to sheets of rain.
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