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  1. $#!+ just got real - the Waffle House in Myrtle closed.
  2. Looks like the back edge of that is raking the DE beaches.
  3. Light snow just SE of PTW. Dusting on all surfaces, working on a coating. 19
  4. ++Virga at 1 mi SE of PTW, although even the stingier radars have some echos above.
  5. The NWS point forecast for PTW this morning was nada for wave 2, the updated forecast gives a 20% chance. Hopefully the trend continues.
  6. Me too. My family has a house in Avalon Manor, up the street from the marina. We are elevated so hopefully only the garage got it but our dock was destroyed by Sandy so I wouldn't be surprised if it happened again. I was scouring social media but didn't find pics from that area.
  7. Is your camera on battery backup Or do you still have power down there? Avalon Manor (near the marina) has been out since last night.
  8. Useless to measure at my house since it's a wind tunnel but just had a bit of graupel a stones throw from PTW.
  9. From what I saw the jet sets up north of the bay, major flooding is more a concern in northern MD beaches, DE/NJ. My family has a back bay property in NJ that I think will flood near December 1992 levels. Fortunately the house itself is 7 feet off the ground.
  10. I'm a couple exits west of you on 422, and I think we'll make out just fine. I should have posted 6 hours ago when a poster out in Rofo expressed concern, that I think we'll be closer to the highest totals (not saying we're in the jackpot zone) than not. We've got a little elevation and distance from the coast going for us to get less mixing, and we're not so far north that we need to worry about the cutoff. Otherwise I have no meteo knowledge to back this up, it's just my hunch on this one.
  11. TWC needs to use the MST3K names from Space Mutiny - I'd get on board with Storm Big McLargeHuge. Anyway, nontropical storms are best named after the fact, when their full impact is known, or simply by a descriptor and year since the impact is made memorable, e.g. March 93 Superstorm, Ash Wednesday Storm of 62, Blizzard of 96, etc. Tropical storms have a defined set of criteria that warrant a name even if the only thing they ever impact are shipping interests. In conclusion, TWC trying to name storms is like trying to make fetch happen. It's not going to happen.