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NAM has that funny meso / ex-Philippe low swinging up over CC, and that's why it has the crazy winds there.  If that's spurious the highest winds will be a bit lower and further west, more toward Block Island.

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5 minutes ago, stockmanjr said:

NHC just issued their last advisory on 

Philippe. Already merged with the front per the 5pm

Made the expected energy contribution to the new system near OBX.

Much of the latent heat and deep convection associated with
Philippe's remnants will likely be drawn into a larger extratropical
low pressure that is developing near the outer banks of North
Carolina, aiding in that intensification process.

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7 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Made the expected energy contribution to the new system near OBX.

Much of the latent heat and deep convection associated with
Philippe's remnants will likely be drawn into a larger extratropical
low pressure that is developing near the outer banks of North
Carolina, aiding in that intensification process.

Reminds me of a Noreaster that developed off NC from Hurricane Ida in 2009 (I think at the time it was called Nor’Ida). I remember it being pretty bad along the Delmarva and south from there. 

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1 hour ago, Snowlover11 said:

0.97” here in white plains so far, heavy rain currently.

 

 anyone familiar with the bronx river parkway i just drove past it and they are closing it down at around 3pm

Yep. Typical for it to flood during heavy rains (along with the Saw Mill River Pkway and Hutchison River Parkway).

 

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20 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

Reminds me of a Noreaster that developed off NC from Hurricane Ida in 2009 (I think at the time it was called Nor’Ida). I remember it being pretty bad along the Delmarva and south from there. 

The FSU cyclone phase charts are really impressive showing the warm core.

http://moe.met.fsu.edu/cyclonephase/gfs/fcst/archive/17102912/60.html

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1.51” so far here. This storm might be the biggest rain producer in years when all is said and done. I know my gauge has yet to record over 2 inches in a single storm.

64 degrees, pressure down to 995mb.

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