Quote: This is the period of wait and see now, as it weakens and gets sheared, before the full baroclinic conversion takes place (when it will likely deepen again) is going to be a lot of wait and see.
For those in the Northeast, be prepared for outages, especially in the coastal areas (But likely fairly far inland). There are quite a few unknowns with this system since there have been so few in history to take a path and conversion like Sandy is forecast to.
Folks from the east Carolinas through Maine need to pay close attention as the wind field for Sandy (or whatever it becomes) will cover a vast area.
I just shared this in the other lounge, but will share here
This is from Cocoa Beach FL.
Any liklihood of this hitting MA or SNH? I don't know what models are doing...
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