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  1. They are in the easternmost area of the state, and weren't really expecting much.
  2. Intense feeder bands have been training over that general area for hours, and will probably continue doing so for a while. Sames goes for areas getting the eastern eyewall (like Hammond), the flash flooding will ultimately turn into significant river flooding for some areas.
  3. Flooding could also be very bad for areas who have feeder bands training over them all night. Slidell LA for example.
  4. This thread is absolutely morbid, in an hilarious way.
  5. The radar returns near Laplace is getting ridiculous, they've been getting absolutely pummeled for hours on end.
  6. 939 mb pressure reading in Lockport, which is fairly far inland. Very impressive.
  7. New Orleans Lakefront airport gusting to 82 mph now.
  8. Golden Meadow is about to take it on the chin, Mark Sudduth set up a camera there as well.
  9. Those towns are about to be rocked by a still healthy northern eyewall.
  10. And they likely missed the strongest winds as the inner core is passing just west of them.
  11. Inner eyewall is recovering a bit, even as the moat is still very pronounced.
  12. Big increase there from first pass, the windfield is fairly large now.
  13. Don't see anything on Twitter but it's possible some areas are seeing localized flooding. Areas in NJ will probably have some river flooding soon, especially if those insane totals the HRRR depicts for tonight pan out.
  14. Very impressive. Models still have a ton of rain for far northern NJ tonight, I wouldn't be surprised if some of the higher totals end up coming from that area or the LHV.
  15. I was a few miles south of there and the rainfall was easily the most intense I've ever seen. Every staircase looked like a waterfall. Out here in SI I got somewhat less rain and am closing in on 5 inches.
  16. Nothing today. Given the flat terrain and lack of rivers that flood, NYC generally only floods with very heavy rates that produce flash flooding. Hours of light to moderate rain won't do anything.
  17. While wind and surge will likely be confined to eastern LI, we could have a formidable flooding event for other parts of the area. Slow moving tropical systems are trouble, we just need to hone in to where the heaviest rains will set up.
  18. I think Westfield MA got close to 20 inches of rain.
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