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    Whitestone, NY
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    Weather, Fishing and Sports.

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  1. I'm gonna go check out the Powell's Cove Park area where the NWS says 50+ trees came down in a small confined area.
  2. Yup. Confirmed EF0 tornado in College Point to Malba, Queens. Was obvious seeing it in person: https://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/wx/afos/p.php?pil=PNSOKX&e=201808031513
  3. I have clear evidence photos but this site doesn't allow me to upload anything larger than 61kbs.
  4. Went by the tornado touchdown area this morning. I have no doubt it was an EF0 touchdown. Clear evidence of twisting and debris and trees scattered in different directions. Branches have clear twisting evidence. Malba Park section of Whitestone, Queens. I would be shocked if the NWS doesn't confirm a weak EF0 touchdown.
  5. Yup. Damage was confined to a small area right near the park.
  6. I would say EF0. Not nearly as bad as the Sept. 2010 one.
  7. Damage is confined to the immediate shoreline of Malba in Whitestone. Pretty confident it was tornadic. Trees are scattered and twisted. Debris everywhere as well.
  8. Go towards Malba. 3rd Avenue and 147th Street. The park there and that area. You’ll see a dozen trees down and twisted just in that park alone.
  9. Definite weak tornado 6 blocks from me. 3rd Avenue area of Whitestone, Queens. Most damage confined right along the water. Trees snapped and twisted in a park there and throughout that neighborhood. Various debris scattered everywhere as well. I took some bad pictures but this site makes it impossible to upload.
  10. 12z GFS says get ready heat lovers. Torch from day 7-15:
  11. Euro is not a miss for NYC and south.
  12. ag3

    April 2nd Snow Wave

    Still full coverage on my property this morning. 3" depth. Even parts of pavement have a coating still left. Whitestone, Queens.
  13. ag3

    April 2nd Snow Wave

    I'm at 50.2" in NE Queens. LGA had a terrible unwarranted measurement for the Jan. blizzard that is skewing the totals big time.
  14. ag3

    April 2nd Snow Wave

    Not really. Central Park was 4.8" at 8am. LGA was 3.7" at 8am. And their final totals are both 5.5". NYC was under the same exact banding as LGA during this time. NYC should have been about 6.5"