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Nor'easter 2007 beats Perfect Storm, low pressure wise!
      Mon Apr 16 2007 10:31 AM

Central pressure at it's peak around 8 a.m. was at 967 mlb. The 1991 Perfect Storms pressure went down to 972 mlb at it's peak. Looks like to me we have a new Perfect Storm, still going, won't end till maybe Wednesday. Amazing image of the storm, As Henry Margesity mentioned earlier, not only did it have hurricane force wind gusts, but it looks like a hurricane on the visible.

The Noreaster just made landfall around western Long Island just a few minutes ago.

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

Edited by allan (Mon Apr 16 2007 10:33 AM)

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