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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Quote Originally Posted by mbig View Post
    That's because you're Trolling. Posting what you want- NOT what was posted.
    Again with edit you missed

    Wrong as Always and just Contradicts my last with No reason.
    This is Weather.
    It changes hourly, Daily.
    The OP/Title "Looking Like Major Disaster" (NOT "WILL be Major Disaster"), which was absolutely accurate when posted and will Remain so no matter the outcome.
    "Will", is the aptly named Justabubba, Perversion/Misstating of what WAS said.
    English/Simple logic Please.
    let's look at your hype
    before your attempts to weasel out of these bold predictions:
    I live along the East River in Manhattan (app Sea Level + 10-12') facing South with Open view-- read 'Full Force Winds', Picture Windows.
    Moving inland to higher ground, still in the City, starting tomorrow.
    Feels like Ground Zero again.

    Preparations in the area are Massive. The East End of Long Island, aka Hamptons, will be a Ghost town soon.
    As much of the East Coast from North Carolina to Maine.
    notice that absolute "will"
    not maybe
    not possibly
    not even likely
    but WILL

    weasel out of that
    we are negotiating about dividing a pizza and in the meantime israel is eating it
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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    It's bizarre that this guy can't even talk about with the weather without blowing a gasket.

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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    "Storm surge from Irene may raise water levels by as much as 6 to 11 feet in parts of eastern North Carolina, 4 to 8 feet over southern portions of the Chesepeake Bay and Delmarva Peninsula and 3 to 6 feet above ground level along the Jersey shore, the NHC said."

    Irene Weakens on Path to North Carolina - Bloomberg

    Hmm, 3-6' sounds familiar. Who said that? Oh yeah ... ME!!

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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Wow, if NY got a 15' surge, it could do bilions in improvements.

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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Quote Originally Posted by TOJ View Post
    Wow, if NY got a 15' surge, it could do bilions in improvements.
    Should help lower unemployment, too.

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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Well, the pressure isn't rising, and this storm is NOT weakening at all. Don't believe the media on things like this, trust the pro's. I hang out on a sciwnce website that just happen to have a few experts in this particular field, and all of them are saying that this storm could be a Cat 2/3 by time it hits NJ/NY.. It's big, and it's mean, and it WILL cause billions in damage!


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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
    Well, the pressure isn't rising, and this storm is NOT weakening at all. Don't believe the media on things like this, trust the pro's. I hang out on a sciwnce website that just happen to have a few experts in this particular field, and all of them are saying that this storm could be a Cat 2/3 by time it hits NJ/NY.. It's big, and it's mean, and it WILL cause billions in damage!


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    Actually the storm has been downgraded to Cat 2 for now, the pressure has risen a bit (from 942mb at 9am to 946 at 11am) and it's highly unlikely that it will be a Cat2 when it hits NY. No way on earth it will be Cat3.

    Find a better science website.

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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Maybe not a Cat 3, but then again I said it could be, not that it will be. The storm has strong convection surrounding the eye, and the slight rise in pressure is minimal, and probably related to the replacement of the eye-wall late yesterday. In other words, there is NO scientific sign that the storm is weakening. Perhaps you should avoid places like Google, AdamT.


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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    let's look at your hype
    before your attempts to weasel out of these bold predictions:
    ME as quoted by Bubba"
    [qiuote]I live along the East River in Manhattan (app Sea Level + 10-12') facing South with Open view-- read 'Full Force Winds', Picture Windows.
    Moving inland to higher ground, still in the City, starting tomorrow.
    [COLOR=#FF0000]Feels like Ground Zero again."""

    Preparations in the area are Massive. [COLOR=#FF0000]The East End of Long Island, aka Hamptons, will be a Ghost town soon.
    As much of the East Coast from North Carolina to Maine.

    notice that absolute "will"
    not maybe
    not possibly
    not even likely
    but WILL

    weasel out of that
    Notice, The ONLY "WILL" is used for the Hamptons (and other Coastal resorts) being a Ghost town."
    That is Already Becoming true/true!
    With ie, Gov Christie, Calling a "State of Emergency" for "Evacuation" of shore areas 24 Hours ago.
    (also previously linked)

    "Feels Like"... IS [Just] "Feels Like", an emotion, with the Hurricane approaching NYC.
    NOT "WILL be Ground Zero". Cape Hatteras is likely that spot.
    Tho more $ damage likely in heavily populated NE. (as explained previous/throughout)

    You remain "Justabubba", Dishonestly Misstating/Mischaracterzing my posts And even String Title.
    (Which also STILL is: "Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast".
    Which again, will remain absolutely accurate when posted.

    This DISHONESTY on your part Must stop.
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    Re: Hurricane Irene: looking Like Major Disaster for Northeast

    Quote Originally Posted by Hicup View Post
    Maybe not a Cat 3, but then again I said it could be, not that it will be. The storm has strong convection surrounding the eye, and the slight rise in pressure is minimal, and probably related to the replacement of the eye-wall late yesterday. In other words, there is NO scientific sign that the storm is weakening. Perhaps you should avoid places like Google, AdamT.


    Tim-
    Well Tim, as I mentioned above, I have been paying very close attention to hurricanes for over 20 years -- not because I read about them on a science blog, but because I've in the middle of too many of them. In other words, I was tracking hurricanes before Google was even a glimmer in Steve Page's eye.

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