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Tropical Storm Henri


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Gem was basically the same as 00z. Maybe just a hair east. BID/WST/GON zone is where I’m zoning in in LF.

If I was making a 2 sigma confidence interval though I’d prob go HVN/BDR to like Buzzards bay.  

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5 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Feels like my time in APF right now with the deep tropical blues, tall towers, and occasional downpours.

I could see that line of cumulus to the northwest...very dynamic skies. Cells moving from SE to NW as if that's the outer band.

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9 minutes ago, moneypitmike said:

I hope the fine is paid to the household and not the state.

Great--the power grid is saved!!

I think we all do, Scott--that's why we're always joking about it.

 

Did you break out the old phone for that?  :)

 

Its a web cam Eyeore

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The center has passed buoy 41001.  pretty "meh" there overall

MM DD TIME
(EDT)
WDIR WSPD
kts
GST
kts
WVHT
ft
DPD
sec
APD
sec
MWD PRES
in
PTDY
in
ATMP
°F
WTMP
°F
DEWP
°F
SAL
psu
VIS
nmi
TIDE
ft
08 21 12:00 pm NW 19.4 29.1 - - - - 29.58 - 79.3 82.2 77.7 - - -
08 21 11:50 am NW 17.5 27.2 16.7 12 8.8 S 29.58 - 79.3 82.2 77.4 - - -
08 21 11:40 am NW 15.5 27.2 - - - - 29.57 - 79.2 82.2 77.5 - - -
08 21 11:30 am NW 13.6 21.4 - - - - 29.57 - 78.8 82.4 76.8 - - -
08 21 11:20 am N 7.8 17.5 - - - - 29.57 - 78.6 82.4 76.8 - - -
08 21 11:10 am E 9.7 17.5 - - - - 29.59 - 78.6 82.4 76.8 - - -
08 21 11:00 am E 15.5 19.4 - - - - 29.60 - 79.5 82.4 77.7 - - -
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1 hour ago, Hoth said:

Man, what a classic hurricane sky. Deep blues with crisp-edged cumulus and wisps of cirrus above.

If the puffy cumulus haven't completely expanded the sky later today, could be some neat visuals of the encroaching high cloud canopy of Henri, and possibly some vivid sunsets of the sort that would scare the barnacles off grizzled seafarers. Pretty rare to have an oceanic tropical disturbance approaching from a seaward angle, and, minus the grey rainy clutter of antecedent tropical rains. Today is the sort of puffy cloud, dew point obsessed day you see in FLA as people in the path frantically board their windows-- now here in New England! The best  previous example I remember of a non-pre contaminated hurricane was Esther in 1961 which before it performed a slow dying pirouette off the southern New England coast was a category 3 or 4 storm. In the Boston area where I lived at the time there was a neat high cloud shield  from Esther punctuated by bands of darker cirrostratus, though aside from a few antecedent squalls bands that night, the net results of Esther in the Boston area were disappointingly underwhelming.

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2 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

We’ve discussed burying electric lines before.   Wasn’t it over $1 million per mile years ago?

I can’t even get my road paved…. 

Minimum $1 million per mile and, in areas that are already developed, you have to compete with other utilites and then trenching and ground each house.  It's not going to happen on a large scale in this country. 

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5 minutes ago, Torch Tiger said:

The center has passed buoy 41001.  pretty "meh" there overall

MM DD TIME
(EDT)
WDIR WSPD
kts
GST
kts
WVHT
ft
DPD
sec
APD
sec
MWD PRES
in
PTDY
in
ATMP
°F
WTMP
°F
DEWP
°F
SAL
psu
VIS
nmi
TIDE
ft
08 21 12:00 pm NW 19.4 29.1 - - - - 29.58 - 79.3 82.2 77.7 - - -
08 21 11:50 am NW 17.5 27.2 16.7 12 8.8 S 29.58 - 79.3 82.2 77.4 - - -
08 21 11:40 am NW 15.5 27.2 - - - - 29.57 - 79.2 82.2 77.5 - - -
08 21 11:30 am NW 13.6 21.4 - - - - 29.57 - 78.8 82.4 76.8 - - -
08 21 11:20 am N 7.8 17.5 - - - - 29.57 - 78.6 82.4 76.8 - - -
08 21 11:10 am E 9.7 17.5 - - - - 29.59 - 78.6 82.4 76.8 - - -
08 21 11:00 am E 15.5 19.4 - - - - 29.60 - 79.5 82.4 77.7 - - -

At least everyone living at buoy 41001 got some epic dews.

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Wow!  Check out PHL's QPF column in the NAM FOUS grid:

PHL//948045 00797 130000 73231813   IPT//926032 00000 143302 71201610
06001637144 01197 111006 74281913   06001705737 -0797 121802 73251710
12016897461 04698 100506 74231913   12002715757 -2597 111902 74251711
18116999674 55601 103120 75211713   18000926751 00598 121901 73221711
24454999756 71899 103016 74201713   24000968448 00098 133102 72201711
30230999651 11599 113014 72211812   30003677056 02897 113405 74261711
36045928054 03098 102713 71211913   36003707159 01197 102906 74251812
42002938858 -6401 102818 70201812   42003848366 02097 093009 73221711
48021989761 06599 102318 72201712   48003947749 02698 093112 73211811
54063748048 01296 092412 75271913   54007748028 00597 093012 75251812
60007675922 -1795 102610 7729221
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3 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

We’ve discussed burying electric lines before.   Wasn’t it over $1 million per mile years ago?

I can’t even get my road paved…. 

Even down here not all electric lines aren’t buried but, Florida Power & Light has invested in their network, swapping out most poles to cement including the high tension poles. 

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