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Sub 1000MB sfc low and associated significant hazards Nov 30-Dec 1, 2020

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16 minutes ago, Tatamy said:

If you look at the mesoscale models it becomes clearer.  The winds mix down more effectively near the coast due to the lack of obstructions including hills, mountains, trees, structures, etc. Where we are in eastern PA there are landmass related obstructions to our south which impede the ability of the atmosphere to mix down the stronger winds from aloft.  East of here when you look at a map showing where NYC/LI/coastal NJ are situated there is mostly open ocean or low lying coastal areas to their south.  The result is the atmosphere can more effectively mix down those stronger winds from aloft.  If you want to experience stronger winds out here you need elevation.

But if you go back to the November 15 event, that one had strong winds everywhere, did they come from a different direction?

 

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Lots of rain out here. Had some good lightening and thunder continues now. Power surged a few times, but so far so good. 
 

Looks like this last line of storms has some poleward movement more so than off the stage right. Not training, but close. 

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Pretty good wind event today, highest gust I had in batch #1 (12pm - 3pm) was 51 mph, then there was a slight lull (winds were still gusting 35-40 mph though), then in Batch #2 (5 pm - 6:30 pm) I recorded some more high winds including a peak gust  of 53 mph. Final rainfall total for the event is .93"

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Good Tuesday morning all,  I'll add a little more wrap for D1 of the two day topic around 1245PM? Just for the record: aside from the modest # of power outages in NJ/PA yesterday, minor in NYS, but more significant newd thru CT, higher still MA and 100,000+ in Maine right now,  also now up to about 29,000 power outages in OH (minor on the grid) but still significant---out there due to wet snow.  I don't know full scope of amounts as of this writing, but has to be 4-* wet in some parts of northern-western OH. Our part of Wantage NJ, D1 only,  was 2.35". 

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~1.5" yesterday so not bad, plenty of wind but nothing too significant and no damage. The standout was the temps, I ran high 50's all day and popped up to 62 around 6 or 7 last night, it was very tropical feeling when I took the garbage out. 

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Hello again... as of around 9AM... here are some numbers.

Here's a snowfall map for Ohio this morning via CoCoRAHS, and power outages now up to 55,000 meters as wet snow accumulates ne OHIO above 4".  

 

And then rainfall via CoCoRAHS and NYS mesonet, general 1-3" with a number of 3-3.5" in nw NJ and interior se NYS.  

 

This will have been a fairly large impact storm for the coastal ne USA, and northern Ohio. 

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3 minutes ago, Rjay said:

Amityville Harbor

 

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It gives new meaning to the selling term “Waterfront Property” and the desire for ownership. As always ....

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fwiw: northern and eastern OH still 60,000 meters without power, equivalent to about 150,000 people..most of it near and east of CLE where 6-12" of snow has fallen and they continuegetting hit pretty hard with another 6+ on the way some of that area.  Wont surprise ant near 20" east of CLE high terrain. Bummer for power out and  30F air temp. 

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2 hours ago, Rjay said:

Amityville Harbor

 

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to bad there was no quick freeze...Ocean front is great as long as the Ocean is not on your front lawn...

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1 hour ago, dWave said:

Verrazano Bridge..

 

Thank you, DW, I passed this on to a frequent bridge crosser and he said it sounded like Godzilla was about to show. I replied that he did, read the price of the toll next to the name of our beloved Mayor, turned east and swam like hell. As always ....

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1 hour ago, dWave said:

Verrazano Bridge..

 

Wow.  I cross that bridge 5 times a week and sometimes it feel like your car is going to get blown off lol....

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