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Cfa

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    Islip, LI
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  1. Mid 50’s in CT....felt cold, in Queens now and it’s 70 degrees with some sunshine.
  2. It’s 76 in here, A/C is actually running on low.
  3. 0.64 final total. Finished with a nice rainbow too.
  4. 0.33” of mostly light rain. Gross.
  5. 0.00” still. Storms to my NE and SW.
  6. 78/76 here, mostly cloudy with intermittent sunshine. No rain at all.
  7. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a small warning box split like that between OKX & DIX.
  8. ^^^Let’s lock that pattern in, permanently.
  9. Nothing here (at home). Under a Flash Flood Warning now, stationary storms to the northeast of me. Some PWS in that area have seen over 4 inches.
  10. Radar returns look like spit but it’s actually pouring here in Lake Grove.
  11. Was similar here, but it’s clouded up again with these storms moving in off the ocean, looks like a miss for me though.
  12. And just like that, day #40 with 75°+ dew points.
  13. Cfa

    Hurricane Florence Catch all Thread

    I was hoping we’d get some tropical rains from this, oh well. Any chance this hurricane inflicts WAR damage?
  14. First time seeing my shadow in days. 76/72 with a UV Index of 9.
  15. Cfa

    Hurricane Florence Catch all Thread

    I remember reading an article/study which mentioned that the theoretical max for the NYC metro is a Cat 4. That or a high end Cat 3 would be our worst case scenario. Sandy wasn’t a joke, far from it, but it was a storm surge storm more than anything else. Sandy’s winds, while severe, were manageable. Rainfall wasn’t anything special with it either.
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