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Kalrany
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East Coast Weather, anyone?

#1 Postby Kalrany » Mon Oct 29, 2018 12:12 pm

Hi,
Just moved to Delaware and arrived as a Nor'Easter arrived. Anyone else in this neck of the woods? Kinda want to keep up with others in the upper-mid-Atlantic...
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Re: East Coast Weather, anyone?

#2 Postby weathaguyry » Tue Oct 30, 2018 12:31 pm

I'm on Long Island, and that was a pretty nasty Nor' Easter that rolled through, there were definitely 50+mph wind gusts and about 3 feet of storm surge inundation in my area, a few houses took on water and some cars were flooded out. It just shows that a hurricane doesn't have to be moving through to cause decent damage. Although, it appears the pattern has calmed down, with a warm stretch later this week and nothing too significant in the long range. Here's the long range forecast for the middle of November.

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Re: East Coast Weather, anyone?

#3 Postby angelwing » Wed Oct 31, 2018 7:19 am

I live in SE PA, about 30 miles west of Philly, the n'oreaster hit and we got a lot of rain and wind but thankfully no flooding at my home
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Re: East Coast Weather, anyone?

#4 Postby Kalrany » Sun Apr 19, 2020 11:27 am

I am getting rather tired of the spring yo-yo: 70s in day to freezing at night. 40s and raining, high 60s with sun, often within 6hrs of each other! My head has dealt with so many barometric jumps and crashes that I am running out of Imatrex!
:roll: Common Mother Nature -- pick something!
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