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  • Birthday 05/22/1973

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    Fishers Island, NY

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  1. StormSurge

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Just dark here. Hopefully we get some drops survive the trip over the sound.
  2. Not far. Just west of it.
  3. I bought a 55” TCL & it’s been amazing. Good choice b
  4. Pretty cool rain shaft over North Dumpling.
  5. Finally a downpour!!
  6. 0.07” yesterday & 0.70” since Thursday. Perpetually a “have not”.
  7. Only managed 0.62” yesterday.
  8. StormSurge

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Finally seeing some decent rain here. Fingers crossed for at least a boomer later.
  9. Nice morning on the golf course until the humidity roared in around 9 am. Looks like some activity in northern CT?
  10. StormSurge

    SNE Tropical Weather Discussion - Hurricanes

    Pierce’s talk on ‘38 was fascinating (all FI history fascinates me). Seeing the high water mark on the Parade Grounds, almost up to the movie theater & all the trees down in Whistler was crazy. My uncle was the lifeguard at the Big Club beach when Carol hit. He lost everything when the beach house washed away. Your Bill story is wild. A direct hit or even a glancing blow will be a wild ride. (At this point, I’ll be happy with a steady downpour.)
  11. StormSurge

    SNE Tropical Weather Discussion - Hurricanes

    I'm always jonesing for some tropical action thanks to Gloria & Bob getting me hooked. But now that I'm on Fishers, my anticipation level is sky-high. I think I'm prepared for the inevitable disappointment but it will still sting.
  12. 0.56" in the gauge. Still getting shafted here (relatively).
  13. 0.18" after the zipper was pulled down. Parched.
  14. StormSurge

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    0.48". Not much remaining of the line when it arrived here.
  15. 0.21” in the gauge thanks to two pop-up storms right over my fanny this morning.