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October Coastal - Big Rain Potential


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Not sure of a wind threat inland as it may be inverted with temps in 40s-50s. Verbatim it would be windy, but certainly tempered. This isn't a screaming sou'easter like we had a couple of years ago. More of a nor'easter. Also, we don't even know how this tracks. Might be just some rain and wind with little impact as well. We should know a lot more later today.

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6 minutes ago, ineedsnow said:

12z should be interesting!! Kind if excited even if it's just rain

 

1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

Not sure of a wind threat inland as it may be inverted with temps in 40s-50s. Verbatim it would be windy, but certainly tempered. This isn't a screaming sou'easter like we had a couple of years ago. More of a nor'easter. Also, we don't even know how this tracks. Might be just some rain and wind with little impact as well. We should know a lot more later today.

The most important run of our lives at 12z.

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3 minutes ago, purduewx80 said:

NHC still going with a 30% chance of subtropical development. Looks like a warm seclusion on a lot of the guidance. Name possible? yes. Likely? no.

That's how I feel. I guess never say never, but was thinking no. I suppose a low chance of a tropical forming on the srn end of this as a weak low forms east of FL?

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11 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

Nice sweep by the Yanks...they’re the real deal this year.  However, this ocean storm may be a lot less exciting round these parts.  Wouldn’t be too excited just yet.  

They will crumble against Houston. Pitching >> Hitting in the post season. This storm will be fun to track but the east can have it. We’ll take the wintry ones in Dec instead. 

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