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Looks like some rotation over winsted. Man...IDK how NWS warning desk workers handle TOR's in these situations...so tough to tell. Although thank God for dual pol...that helps

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6 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Looks like some rotation over winsted. Man...IDK how NWS warning desk workers handle TOR's in these situations...so tough to tell. Although thank God for dual pol...that helps

Toss em out like candy to the kids on Halloween 

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28 minutes ago, dendrite said:

11am valid H95 winds from the nammy over that region. A lot of 60-70kt so we can get an idea of what % of that is mixing down to near sea level.

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ACY got 57 knots...and they prob tickled 70 at 950 during peak. 

I’m curious to see what JFK and the further east LI stations get as they theoretically should mix better than ACY did. 

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3 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

ACY got 57 knots...and they prob tickled 70 at 950 during peak. 

I’m curious to see what JFK and the further east LI stations get as they theoretically should mix better than ACY did. 

Should be getting in there soon.

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Stuff south of LI getting a tad more interesting looking...either it's strengthening or just getting in better range of the radar (maybe both). But also looks like it is being enhanced by the nose of the LLJ. Moving into an extremely favorable environment. Can't wait for reports/obs out of LI. 

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Just now, weatherwiz said:

Stuff south of LI getting a tad more interesting looking...either it's strengthening or just getting in better range of the radar (maybe both). But also looks like it is being enhanced by the nose of the LLJ. Moving into an extremely favorable environment. Can't wait for reports/obs out of LI. 

WIZ, when was the last time Cape Cod and both Islands mentioned in a TOR Watch?

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4 minutes ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

WIZ, when was the last time Cape Cod and both Islands mentioned in a TOR Watch?

excellent question. Maybe November of 2009? (or somewhere around there). It was a few days before Thanksgiving I think. 

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Just now, weatherwiz said:

excellent question. May November of 2009? (or somewhere around there). It was a few days before Thanksgiving I think. 

wow almost eleven years.  This is a better setup than the July 23rd 2019 tornado day?

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31 minutes ago, JC-CT said:

Good fish sandwiches

People are on the deck eating right now , web cam

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1 minute ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

wow almost eleven years.  This is a better setup than the July 23rd 2019 tornado day?

ehhhh I don't think you can accurately compare the two...each are special in their own way. 

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looks like a training line of low-topped supercells south of Long Island. Think 10% TOR should have been expanded or pushed east to cover southern CT. 

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