I had posted earlier talking extensively about this possibility... Our local offices are going bonkers..! Case you guys didn't know, but a Nor'easter actually has more storm based energy output than a hurricane, adding a hurricane to the mix is a great deal fun. anyway....where are all the new england users/mets?
...HURRICANE WILMA WILL TRANSITION INTO A DANGEROUS OCEAN STORM BRINGING THE POTENTIAL FOR STRONG DAMAGING WINDS, HEAVY RAINS AND COASTAL FLOODING...
ALL ATTENTION WILL TURN TO HURRICANE WILMA JUST RE-EMERGING OFF OF MEXICO. WILMA HAS BEEN MOVING INCREDIBLY SLOW BUT THINGS ARE GOING TO CHANGE VERY QUICKLY. THE DEEP EASTERN TROUGH WILL PICK WILMA UP AND ITS EXPECTED TO RACE TO THE NORTH LATE MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY. THE MODELS HAVE COME INTO MUCH BETTER AGREEMENT IN THE PAST 24 HOURS TRACKING THE STORM MUCH CLOSER TO THE COAST. WILMA WILL TRANSITION INTO AN EXTREMELY POWERFUL OCEAN STORM HAVING CHARACTERISTICS THAT ARE PARTIALLY TROPICAL/EXTRA-TROPICAL. THE CANADIAN/UKMET/GFS/ECMWF ARE ALL SHOWING A LOW BETWEEN 970 AND 980 MB JUST SOUTHEAST OF NANTUCKET AT TUESDAY 12Z. MEANWHILE OVER SOUTHEAST CANADA THERE IS A 1030 MB HIGH. THEREFORE...EXPECTING AN INCREDIBLE PRESSURE GRADIENT TO DEVELOP AND THE MEDIUM RANGE MODELS ARE DEPICTING 70 KNOTS OF WIND AT 850 MB OUT OF THE NORTHEAST. THEREFORE...WILL BE ISSUING A HIGH WIND WATCH FOR THE COASTAL LOCATIONS VERY LATE MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY FOR NORTHEAST WINDS OF 30 TO 40 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 60 MPH.
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