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  • Birthday 12/25/1975

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    Delran, NJ
  1. Let the NWS do their work before posting it has been confirmed, since it has not actually been confirmed yet.
  2. His link does not work. It has not officially been confirmed. The NWS needs to survey the damage to confirm a tornado and more importantly assign a wind speed and an EF rating.
  3. 4.55 inches of rain measured in Burlington, NJ.
  4. It is toasty out especially with nearly no wind here.
  5. NBC10 has been issuing "First Alerts" for awhile, but I recently noticed 6ABC is now issuing "AccuWeather Alerts".
  6. Rather interesting ranges there! I am not a fan of overlapping ranges.
  7. Early? The storm starts tomorrow night.
  8. Looks like NWS Buffalo did a good job leading up to this high wind event. That being said, 81 mph gust in ROC. Damn! Is that the second highest gust recorded? I think the first was 89 mph back in September 1998 (Labor Day Derecho).
  9. But it is exclusive. Lol
  10. Lancaster County is handled by the State College NWS office.
  11. It should be collaborated between offices but that is not always the case. NWS forecast area boundaries back in the day were mainly based on radar coverage. That is not much of a factor now. In my opinion my office should have all of NJ instead of splitting the far north with Upton. Perhaps one day this will change.