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On 10/30/2017 at 9:06 AM, alex said:

Bretton Woods is a disaster. Was rescued out of my house. River over its bank by several feet. Mt Washington Hotel is isolated - no in and no out. What a mess

just saw this, geezuz

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23 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

How do you know this? Is it on the CMP site?

Yes.  But upon further inspection it is either "assessing" or "November 4, 2017 10:00 pm" for everybody, so who knows when it'll be restored.  NBD for me as my GF on Munjoy Hill will take me in ... lol!  Lots of others are starting to hurt though.

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Yes.  But upon further inspection it is either "assessing" or "November 4, 2017 10:00 pm" for everybody, so who knows when it'll be restored.  NBD for me as my GF on Munjoy Hill will take me in ... lol!  Lots of others are starting to hurt though.

Our area still says "assessing"

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40 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

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Wow at that 64 in Old Greenwich. I'm guessing they're using the measurement taken at the Tod's Point DPW building which is an ultrasonic sensor mounted about 15 ft AGL and about 50 ft from the water. Winds never felt that strong here (would have guessed topping out 45-50) and there were not many power outages. Wonder what LGA and JFK had.

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Yesterday I heard that CMP expected to have 600+ out-of-state bucket trucks in the field today, alongside their 200+ in-house crews.  We were fortunate that the trees stood pretty well in S. Franklin, and got power back after only 15 hours.  However, the spruce (or hemlock - hard to tell in dim light at 55 mph) next to Rt 27 just north of Long Pond in Rome, was hanging on the phone line this AM after taking out the electric wires Monday.  Not sure how many are in the dark due only to that break.

That table of wind speeds is really impressive, as it shows several whole towns blown into Maine from NH.

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9 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Yesterday I heard that CMP expected to have 600+ out-of-state bucket trucks in the field today, alongside their 200+ in-house crews.  We were fortunate that the trees stood pretty well in S. Franklin, and got power back after only 15 hours.  However, the spruce (or hemlock - hard to tell in dim light at 55 mph) next to Rt 27 just north of Long Pond in Rome, was hanging on the phone line this AM after taking out the electric wires Monday.  Not sure how many are in the dark due only to that break.

That table of wind speeds is really impressive, as it shows several whole towns blown into Maine from NH.

Saw 10 line trucks heading north from Kennebunk on 95 from D&D electric out of NY when i was on the pike last night.

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11 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Yesterday I heard that CMP expected to have 600+ out-of-state bucket trucks in the field today, alongside their 200+ in-house crews.  We were fortunate that the trees stood pretty well in S. Franklin, and got power back after only 15 hours.  However, the spruce (or hemlock - hard to tell in dim light at 55 mph) next to Rt 27 just north of Long Pond in Rome, was hanging on the phone line this AM after taking out the electric wires Monday.  Not sure how many are in the dark due only to that break.

That table of wind speeds is really impressive, as it shows several whole towns blown into Maine from NH.

Ha!  I noticed this as well

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34 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Yesterday I heard that CMP expected to have 600+ out-of-state bucket trucks in the field today, alongside their 200+ in-house crews.  We were fortunate that the trees stood pretty well in S. Franklin, and got power back after only 15 hours.  However, the spruce (or hemlock - hard to tell in dim light at 55 mph) next to Rt 27 just north of Long Pond in Rome, was hanging on the phone line this AM after taking out the electric wires Monday.  Not sure how many are in the dark due only to that break.

That table of wind speeds is really impressive, as it shows several whole towns blown into Maine from NH.

:lol:

Do we know who sent that?

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5 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Manchester Grenier was a blast to the past too.

Yeah that’s mis-labeled in some database. IRIS maybe?

Also those numbers are wrong. MWN was 131, MHT 59. ISON3 hit 82 mph I think.

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2 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Yeah that’s mis-labeled in some database. IRIS maybe?

Also those numbers are wrong. MWN was 131, MHT 59. ISON3 hit 82 mph I think.

I noticed BOX missed some peak winds too. Are those manually looked at and inputted?

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9 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Yeah that’s mis-labeled in some database. IRIS maybe?

Also those numbers are wrong. MWN was 131, MHT 59. ISON3 hit 82 mph I think.

It states "earlier in the event" so I assumed they missed some of the later gusts.

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1 hour ago, Ginx snewx said:

just saw this, geezuz

Any pics, from land or drone of this?

That wind table you posted shows more that this was a pretty big wind event for many.

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28 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I noticed BOX missed some peak winds too. Are those manually looked at and inputted?

 

20 minutes ago, dendrite said:

It states "earlier in the event" so I assumed they missed some of the later gusts.

I think these were taken from the IRIS database, which doesn't always catch the peak gust. Especially marine points.

And it was issued at 1100 AM from what I can tell Monday morning, it should have had all the highest gusts by then.

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32 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Yeah that’s mis-labeled in some database. IRIS maybe?

Also those numbers are wrong. MWN was 131, MHT 59. ISON3 hit 82 mph I think.

Early in the event

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

Early in the event

See above your post. It says earlier in the event, but it was issued at 1100 AM Monday. The event was over by then. It reeks of a national center running a quick PNS and not QCing it.

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46 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

See above your post. It says earlier in the event, but it was issued at 1100 AM Monday. The event was over by then. It reeks of a national center running a quick PNS and not QCing it.

Hey any velocity saves/links from OKX/ BOX on the 30th say midnite to 2 am

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13 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Hey any velocity saves/links from OKX/ BOX on the 30th say midnite to 2 am

I don't think I grabbed any. I have some from GYX, but it wasn’t of the LLJ when it maxed out, it was more the downsloping signal. 

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3 hours ago, OceanStWx said:

Yeah that’s mis-labeled in some database. IRIS maybe?

Also those numbers are wrong. MWN was 131, MHT 59. ISON3 hit 82 mph I think.

Yeah it has BTV listed as 51mph but it was at least a 51kt and the WFO says 62mph max.

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