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Hurricane Isaias

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NY outages really started to spike in past 10 minutes. Still rising in NJ & PA (I am sure the excessive rainfall in PA hasn't helped them there).

 

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11 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

That’s getting legit. First 60 knot gust I’ve seen. There’s a thin band of convective showers and it seems the little dry slot right behind it is where it is ripping. 

Getting there...but the lack of hurricane force gusts above NC is telling.

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17 minutes ago, Modfan2 said:

Does much really get East if the CT River? I see some cells near 84/Union but nothing really SE from there.

I second this question

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4 minutes ago, Dr. Dews said:

Getting there...but the lack of hurricane force gusts above NC is telling.

I never thought we were going to see many hurricane force gusts up here. Maybe a rogue one on an exposed bluff on the south coast but my bigger question was how well we’d see 50+ knots inland. 

Still not sure on that but the 60 knot gusts in NYC are a decent sign. It could still be mainly a south coast event though....interior is always tougher on southerly flow. At least there isn’t an inversion. 

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1 minute ago, weatherwiz said:

Cells south of LI are very nasty. Just had a big gust of wind here in Branford

Must be, if you are getting gusts from them in Branford

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