EDIT: On your last post, I have a question about wind speed in relation to the systems forward speed. The LI express comes to mind, where the wind gusts were 180mph + despite the fact that the storm was only a category 3. Is that a product of the extremely high speed that the storm was traveling? Hurricane Hazel in the 50ís (?) is another one.
in 1938, the year of the LI express was that a very active season and how did the long island express get that name..i'd like to know this ebcuase i live on and lovee long island..haha also, how slim is it that anything hits "the island" and if it does, will the impact be only on the south shore, becuase im on the north shore of nassau county..thanks for the help
http://www.weather.unisys.com/hurricane/atlantic/index.html go look at 1938 there.. not a very active year, but that one little storm... if a hurricane moves over long island you'll feel it no matter which side you're on. -HF
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