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RutgersWx92

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About RutgersWx92

  • Birthday 05/16/1992

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    Bridgewater, NJ

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  1. RutgersWx92

    March 7th 2018 Coastal Storm Observations

    Wow, that’s crazy. How high up are you?
  2. RutgersWx92

    March 7th 2018 Coastal Storm Observations

    Interesting. I’m just to your north in Bridgewater and never went to all rain. The most was graupel with a little rain mixed in. Only a dusting so far but all snow now. Temp is 34F.
  3. RutgersWx92

    Potent Clipper light snows (Discussion & Observations)

    1.75” final total here.
  4. RutgersWx92

    December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    4.5” in Bridgewater. Nice early-season storm.
  5. RutgersWx92

    December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    3” in Bridgewater. Paved surfaces are covered now. Has lightened up some in the last hour though.
  6. RutgersWx92

    December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    About 2” here now with moderate snow. Still having a hard time sticking to roads but spots are starting to get slushy.
  7. RutgersWx92

    December 9th 2017 Crusha Obs

    About 0.75” here so far with steady light snow.
  8. 3.64” total for yesterday’s storm in Bridgewater...
  9. RutgersWx92

    Major Hurricane Irma- STORM MODE

    The Euro wasn't without its own issues too though, as has been pointed out already. Even just 24 hours out, it was way too far west with Irma's track once it got to Florida. Overall it performed the best, but that was a crucial mistake that made a big difference for highly-populated areas.
  10. RutgersWx92

    Major Hurricane Irma- STORM MODE

    The ECMWF struggled also. It was right about more Cuba interaction, but the 00z run yesterday had the center of Irma tracking just west of Tampa Bay, which was obviously way too far west and a pretty bad forecast for just 24 hours out.
  11. RutgersWx92

    Major Hurricane Irma- STORM MODE

    It's downright irresponsible and reckless to be making statements like this. It encourages complacency when in reality this is still a very serious (if not dire) situation for Florida. The models have Irma intensifying in the very warm waters once it pulls away from Cuba, and there is nothing that makes me believe that won't happen. Even IF (and that's a big if) it weakens down to a Category 3 by this afternoon, it could easily strengthen back to a solid Category 4 or stronger before making landfall. Also, this will likely be tracking up a good portion of the west coast of Florida, and it's a very large storm, so many places will be severely impacted. This is compounded by the fact that SW FL and Tampa are very prone to storm surge. So please, stop already.
  12. RutgersWx92

    Major Hurricane Irma- STORM MODE

    Actually the first since 1924. I was surprised when I read that too.
  13. RutgersWx92

    Major Hurricane Irma- STORM MODE

    Looking at the HWRF model, it has Irma beginning the northerly turn between 00z and 03z. The next couple hours will be crucial to whether it just scrapes the coast and hits the barrier islands like most of the models say (which shouldn't weaken the storm much) or whether it goes into mainland Cuba (which would definitely weaken it some). It's a wait-and-see game right now, and anyone trying to downplay this yet is being ridiculous.
  14. RutgersWx92

    Harvey - Main Thread

    I meant it's something that's always brought up, after every single event. And you weren't the only one who said it. We get it, there is just about always a scenario where a catastrophic weather event "could have been worse". Pointing it out every time is unnecessary and tiresome.
  15. RutgersWx92

    Harvey - Main Thread

    Again, there is almost always a scenario one can think of for a catastrophic weather event being "even worse". It doesn't need to be repeated over and over again after every single event.
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