First off, from the sources I'm tracking, no one is prepping for this. Yes, some are of course, but I don't see anything like 20 million.
Not one tv shot of plywood going up.
" Post subject: Re: ATL: SANDY - Hurricane - Discussion PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 12:24 pm Online Category 5 Category 5 User avatar
Joined: Mon Apr 10, 2006 3:10 pm Posts: 3889 This is shaping up to be a monster. I have friends up at NYU, I have been warning them about this since Tuesday, and last night they said people still aren't preparing. I've been telling them to get their kits ready and prep for evacuation if necessary. These are going to be a historic couple of days.
Second, I've been looking at a Stall since Tuesday.
Now in the Clark and Skeetobite Ensembles, too many models have Sandy looping and lasting at least 120 hours.
I'm looking at one 168 hr total near Scranton.
Philly and Baltimore to Pittsburgh.
Record warmth in the Gulf Stream. Major Evaporation.
20 in rain and 2 ft snow.
This will be the first 'Climate Change Anthropocene We're Here Storm'.
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