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Old 09-10-2018, 09:58 AM
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Conditions tomorrow off the Barnegat Inlet:
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SSW wind around 10 kt. A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 2pm. Seas around 5 ft.


Maybe I'll cruise by and see how the water looks along IBSP.
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Rob : should I pack the truck up for Rhode Island Saturday 15th ?

give it to me straight ..I can take it .

well, I wouldn't head south


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what happens after landfall is still a mystery.


GFS and ensembles have Florence hitting Hatteras, and wobbling a bit (some front will pick it up from there), perhaps dumping a TON of rain in the area.


Euro has it tracked a bit further south (Myrtle Beach)


But anywhere down there is in the bullseye
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well, I wouldn't head south


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welp, SC has ordered coastal evacs ... so far


https://www.postandcourier.com/news/...c881683a8.html
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Old 09-10-2018, 04:34 PM
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my bad, outer banks also ordered to evac:


Florence becomes a major hurricane; Outer Banks ordered to evacuate
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Old 09-11-2018, 07:54 AM
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if you are down in the path, better evacuate the coast or other flood prone regions. It's going to be a 20"+ rain event, not to mention (obviously) the wind. Surge near the center and NE quadrant 10-15'.
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Wife and I are going to start looking at houses in SC in the Spring. This is something to take to mind at that time.
Hope all get to a safe area and stay. Be safe.
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Wife and I are going to start looking at houses in SC in the Spring. This is something to take to mind at that time.
Hope all get to a safe area and stay. Be safe.

You might consider investing in something with pontoons.
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if you are down in the path, better evacuate the coast or other flood prone regions. It's going to be a 20"+ rain event, not to mention (obviously) the wind. Surge near the center and NE quadrant 10-15'.
If that track occurs, (the black line) the outer banks of NC will be utterly destroyed, wiped clean down to sand.
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It's likely going to center a little south of the outer banks, but they are on the bad side of the eye, and will definitely take the brunt of the storm, similar to how the eye of sandy went over AC, but the worst effects were in the NY Bight. Of course, unlike Sandy, the eye will be packing 130knot+ winds so it will be no picnic anywhere in the cone.
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Old 09-11-2018, 12:21 PM
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On Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 6:30 AM NWS Wakefield SKYWARN <akq-report@noaa.gov> wrote:
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Attached is our latest briefing for Hurricane Florence. Here are the key takeaways:



-Hurricane Watches and Storm Surge Watches have been issued up to the VA/NC border.

-Increasing threat of tropical storm conditions across the local area.

-Damaging hurricane force winds are becoming more likely along the North Carolina coast.

-Based on the latest forecast, impacts from tropical storm force winds could start as early as late Wednesday.

-Confidence is increasing that Florence will slow considerably or stall, leading to a prolonged and exceptionally heavy rainfall event.

-Life threatening storm surge is possible if the storm continues on the current forecast track.

-Large swells will continue this week, these swells will result in life-threatening surf and rip currents.

-Uncertainties still exist: Changes in the forecast track will greatly change the impacts felt across the local area – Continue to monitor the latest forecast from NWS Wakefield and the National Hurricane Center.




Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. The next briefing will be provided by 6 PM EDT Tuesday.



Thanks,

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Wife and I are going to start looking at houses in SC in the Spring. This is something to take to mind at that time.
Hope all get to a safe area and stay. Be safe.
Y'all come now y'hear? Been here since 1980 from NJ. Got questions?
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Y'all come now y'hear? Been here since 1980 from NJ. Got questions?
Yes, are we crazy? Granted, I am starting, or have arrived, to hate Winter. But, I equally hate hot and HUMID weather.
Anywho, we do like SC, just hope for more than just a Vacation.
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Heard this am it might hit land and dog leg south before heading inland.
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