wendy

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  1. Yeah I just checked out the League City website and they haven't updated their info since yesterday afternoon. Do they understand that, for example, Ike was east of them, but this storm is west of them so they're on the storm surge side? They're under a storm surge warning for 4-7 feet. This website shows the difference in flooding if Ike had been west of Galveston Bay, instead of down the middle. https://www.texastribune.org/hell-and-high-water/ I think part of the problem is they're not under a Hurricane warning, just Tropical Storm, and so that downplays the danger.
  2. Buoy 42020, which looks to be right in Harvey's path - http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=42020 Conditions at 42020 as of (7:50 am CDT) 1250 GMT on 08/25/2017: Unit of Measure: English Metric Time Zone: Station Local Time Greenwich Mean Time [GMT] British Summer Time [GMT+1] Eastern Greenland [GMT-1] Azores [GMT-2] Western Greenland [GMT-3] Atlantic Standard [GMT-4] US/Eastern Standard US/Central Standard US/Mountain Standard US/Pacific Standard Alaska Standard [GMT-9] Hawaii-Aleutian Standard [GMT-10] Samoa Standard [GMT-11] International Date Line West [GMT-12] Western European [GMT+0] Central European [GMT+1] Eastern European [GMT+2] Moscow [GMT+3] GMT+4 Pakistan Standard [GMT+5] GMT+6 Indochina Time [GMT+7] China Coast [GMT+8] Japan Standard [GMT+9] Guam Standard [GMT+10] GMT+11 International Date Line East [GMT+12] Click on the graph icon in the table below to see a time series plot of the last five days of that observation. Wind Direction (WDIR): NNE ( 20 deg true ) Wind Speed (WSPD): 31.1 kts Wind Gust (GST): 38.9 kts Wave Height (WVHT): 19.7 ft Dominant Wave Period (DPD): 12 sec Average Period (APD): 8.6 sec Mean Wave Direction (MWD): SE ( 129 deg true ) Atmospheric Pressure (PRES): 29.46 in Pressure Tendency (PTDY): -0.07 in ( Falling ) Air Temperature (ATMP): 80.2 °F Dew Point (DEWP): 78.3 °F Heat Index (HEAT): 86.9 °F Wind Speed at 10 meters (WSPD10M): 33.0 kts Wind Speed at 20 meters (WSPD20M): 35.0 kts
  3. Storm surge in Daytona - Wednesday vs today https://twitter.com/greenishp
  4. Twitter account for a journalist in Freeport - she's still posting videos. It's pretty windy. https://twitter.com/InvRodzOfficial
  5. This weather station is at the end of the peninsula - should get the eyewall and eye. http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=spgf1
  6. My friends just moved to a block from the water in Stuart, FL and were going to ride it out. I found this photo montage from Hurricane Jeanne and it convinced them to move inland. Maybe it's worth a try? http://www.floridatoday.com/picture-gallery/weather/hurricanes/2014/09/03/photos-looking-back-hurricane-jeanne-10-years-later/15018577/
  7. Jim Edds is posting photos and video on his twitter from the coast near the Big Bend wildlife management area, south of Perry. He reports the storm surge is coming up fast, 4 feet in 30 minutes. https://twitter.com/ExtremeStorms
  8. Twitter user @NOVAchasing confirms TOG north of Oxford. See picture https://twitter.com/NovaChasing
  9. It's facing up again. Are those guys still there on the beach?
  10. Hal Needham's predicting a storm surge greater than 16.5 feet. http://stormsurge2010.blogspot.com/2015/10/cat-7-hurricane-patricia-threatens.html
  11. Looks like they haven't evacuated the beachside resorts/hotels in Puerto Vallarta. Woman posted the note given to guests at the Barcelo Puerto Vallarta, a 5-star resort on the south side of the bay. https://twitter.com/TelemundoNews/status/657552310051037184
  12. Josh just posted on twitter: "Main question: what's strongest building in Perula & La Fortuna? We're in unknown territory." Aye, yai, yai
  13. Light to moderate snow in North Arlington. It's beginning to stick and the long hilly street behind my house is turning white. Good luck to the many school buses that go up and down that hill.