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Henri: Moderate-Major impacts NYC subforum this weekend, possibly into Monday August 21-23, 2021


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1 minute ago, nycwinter said:

first time i heard that term was a few weeks ago in a flood near philly

I had one once when I lived in Austin TX in May 2015 during the epic floods there. It was crazy. Creeks overflowed and literally flowed through downtown. If it’s an emergency NWS isn’t messing around at all. 

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5 minutes ago, HeadInTheClouds said:

fairly significant trend NW tbh, its definitely drifting. If this trend continues brooklyn/queens could get a whole ton more rain and theyve already received a ton tonight from these bands that drifted away from Henri. I assume it will stop drifting west at some point and just be traveling north but the question is how much will it drift west and when will that westward movement stop? Im still relatively worried over here in central/southern Nassau.

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5 minutes ago, Hc7 said:

fairly significant trend NW tbh, its definitely drifting. If this trend continues brooklyn/queens could get a whole ton more rain and theyve already received a ton tonight from these bands that drifted away from Henri. I assume it will stop drifting west at some point and just be traveling north but the question is how much will it drift west and when will that westward movement stop? Im still relatively worried over here in central/southern Nassau.

clearly this rain was a connection to henri moisture no doubt

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4 minutes ago, Hc7 said:

fairly significant trend NW tbh, its definitely drifting. If this trend continues brooklyn/queens could get a whole ton more rain and theyve already received a ton tonight from these bands that drifted away from Henri. I assume it will stop drifting west at some point and just be traveling north but the question is how much will it drift west and when will that westward movement stop? Im still relatively worried over here in central/southern Nassau.

Wobbles tend to happen with these. We have to watch over the next hour or so to see if it stays NNW or wobbles back east. 

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8 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

I’m also seeing it heading due N on radar. Not seeing NNW. At any rate Central Park has 4.09” before any banding from the storm itself gets here. Radar estimating 5” in parts of Brooklyn. Crazy enough on its own. 

Tell me this is not moving NW. 

 

https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/sat/satlooper.php?region=08L&product=ir

 

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