Sunday, October 28, 2012

5 comments:

ravensbbr said...

NE CC checking in, pressure down to 29.7" already! check this for a good offshore view w/o the limits of shore-based doppler...

http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMapFullLegacy.aspx

select wind speed from the drop-down menu second on the right...and scare the #)@*! out of yourself awhile.

BioPat said...

This is a storm we'll be talking about for many years. Fortunately we've all had time to make preparations for this storm. Hopefully folks will be smart and safe over the next few days.

Anonymous said...

Foot Staff,

I go to school in Harrisonburg, VA (JMU). What do you think the impacts will be in our area (Western Virginia/Shenandoah Valley)? Thanks!

ravensbbr said...

Anyone else miss the old comments forum? Rick and co., that's your next task, forget the 11PM NHC update, just get the old comments section back. :-P

ravensbbr said...

Also looks like Sandy is undergoing an eyewall replacement cycle to my amateur eyes...maybe buys some lesser wind speeds before it hits? Still has that nice little section of 26C+ degree water to feed off of though with that turn to the west...

http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/?index_region=at