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Tropical connection NYC forum area Sun-Wed, 8/2-5/20- Tropical Storm Isaias

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1 minute ago, uofmiami said:

Didn’t most have on average .30 to .50 for coast?  I only have .13 here in Syosset & .25 in Muttontown for storm. 

I think even Fay had more rain here. The feeder band was spotty in this area and obviously any steady rain was west of the city. 

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2 minutes ago, SnowGoose69 said:

I think the majority of the strongest winds were in a corridor of Nassau to West Suffolk.  It seems less outages and damage occurred near the Queens/Nassau border and east of FRG

Lots of trees down in Great Neck. Also PT/Wx in Douglaston said trees down on parked cars by him. 

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It was definitely a bit drier then I expected along the coast. I would have thought feeder band would have produced better rains. The tor threat was largely a bust around the metro as it never materialized. 
 

That being said, the rain was impressive in eastern Pa and the wind did not disappoint us. (Unless you took those wind maps as gospel) 

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3 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

I think even Fay had more rain here. The feeder band was spotty in this area and obviously any steady rain was west of the city. 

I think Fay did as well.  As you said just the nature of the feeder bands by us. 

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Just now, uofmiami said:

I think Fay did as well.  As you said just the nature of the feeder bands by us. 

There’s never much rain on the east side of these at this latitude. You have to be lucky with whatever feeder bands there are. 

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5 minutes ago, Allsnow said:

Thankfully we didn’t loose power here. I’m ready to clean up and get back in the boat!

We had more rain with Fay but this storm had more wind.

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9 minutes ago, uofmiami said:

Didn’t most have on average .50 for coast?  I only have .13 here in Syosset & .25 in Muttontown for storm. 

I thought we'd see around .25".   Being off by .25-.35 isn't a bad job by the models. 

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This was just an appetizer. This season has months left to it and no hint of a pattern change. The East Coast is going to get rocked more times.

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4 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

There’s never much rain on the east side of these at this latitude. You have to be lucky with whatever feeder bands there are. 

I know that but I still figured we’d get close to 1” but that never even happened. Glad I left sprinkler system on this morning to run. 

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7 minutes ago, TriPol said:

This was just an appetizer. This season has months left to it and no hint of a pattern change. The East Coast is going to get rocked more times.

2 tropical  storms back to back months 

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9 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Islip Terrace area.

 

I was going to move there.   Looks like I'm going to Holbrook though. 

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9 minutes ago, TriPol said:

This was just an appetizer. This season has months left to it and no hint of a pattern change. The East Coast is going to get rocked more times.

The area still has not been hit by a legit hurricane since 1985.  I mean Bob went way east, Sandy was more a polar low in the mid latitudes, and Irene was a TS.  I have to feel a cat 1 or 2 striking LI is coming eventually

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2 minutes ago, MJO812 said:

2 tropical  storms back to back months 

Still was a bit more than a tropical storm.   This was a hybrid.  

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9 minutes ago, SnowGoose69 said:

The area still has not been hit by a legit hurricane since 1985.  I mean Bob went way east, Sandy was more a polar low in the mid latitudes, and Irene was a TS.  I have to feel a cat 1 or 2 striking LI is coming eventually

I truly wonder if Gloria was transitioning to ET by the time it hit LI or if it was still a legit huricane. 

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3 minutes ago, TriPol said:

I truly wonder if Gloria was transitioning to ET by the time it hit LI or if it was still a legit huricane. 

Likely transitioning 

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Pictures above are my house and neighbor’s.  The tree kind of kicked a field goal between the houses.  Not sure yet if my neighbors have damage but the streets are littered with bits of trees. Suns out and we have power.  

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10 minutes ago, TriPol said:

I truly wonder if Gloria was transitioning to ET by the time it hit LI or if it was still a legit huricane. 

NHC did not do recon then or was not doing them once north of a certain lat (I forget which).  They basically said that as of 15Z as the hurricane was off the NJ shore it had winds of 130mph..  You can find these videos on youtube from TWC.  It was not until months later on re-analysis they realized it was probably either 85-90 at landfall.  ISP gusted to 84 mph and BDR to 96.  Its believed that there was an area near William Floyd corridor where winds were 95-115 in gusts based on structural damage.

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This storm was worth staying up for the Euro every night.

It would have been nice to see some flooding rains  with the wind but beggers can't  be choosers.

Onto the next one.

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Had this been a 3 in the SE, this would have been a devastating storm for the NJ coast and accross LI.

Now you know how you could get a major up here, if it's a major in the SE and catches the jet just right and takes a track like this did, you would have seen a very ugly outcome 

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