Well it is finally up, a hazardous weather outlook including sandy, in the Boston area. I was wondering how long it would take for those to be posted, all the while the NHC track still does not include the west turn as expected by many of the spaghetti models and gfs ensemble members.
WHILE DEPENDENT ON THE TRACK...THERE IS GREATER CONFIDENCE FOR EARLY NEXT WEEK OF A POST-TROPICAL SANDY MAKING EITHER A CLOSE PASS /STRONG WINDS...HIGH SEAS...POSSIBLE COASTAL FLOODING AND ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES/...OR A DIRECT HIT ON SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND /HURRICANE FORCE WINDS WITH DOWNED TREES AND WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES...HIGH SEAS AND STORM SURGE RESULTING IN BEACH EROSION AND COASTAL FLOODING...AND FINALLY HEAVY RAINS RESULTING IN INTERIOR FLOODING/.
Fortunately the latest gfs ensemble members are beginning to look less spread from Maine to the Maryland and more south of Boston, where I reside. Storms in new england are exciting. Looking forward to tracking this one.
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