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Queenie 🇸🇪 Aug 16
*heavy breathing* GOLD !! . . . . i belive i might have an addiction 😬
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Nathaniel Parkinson Jul 10
Trump has released the National Hurricane Service forecast chart that convinced him to cancel his New Hampshire event. It had NOTHING to do with doubts about filling an airplane hanger.
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Chris Engle Jul 26
I keep going back to Star Fox 2 and I always find myself enjoying this relic. Anyway, here is a drawing of Fay based on how I would interpret her based on her in game sprite from 1995.
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Cristopher Cace Jul 11
officially made landfall yesterday north of Atlantic City, New Jersey. This means that the last 3 named storms to make landfall in NJ, have done so in a region between Atlantic City and Little Egg Inlet.
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Sammy Hadi Jul 11
Tropical Storm : Highlights and Summary.
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Dan Peck Jul 10
Turns out made landfall at a popular beach spot for named storms in New Jersey. Irene, Sandy and and now Fay all making landfall near/just north-northeast of Atlantic City, NJ! Landfall locations all within 10 miles of each other.
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Flo Keppeler Nov 15
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Music History Aug 4
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NJ Weather News Jul 10
I think made landfall at Brigatine or right near it.
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Jscott “THE GLOVE” Martin Nov 20
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Stormchasernick Jul 11
Big cleanup day here in Connecticut.
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James-Paul Dice Jul 10
Tropical Storm Fay from 45,000ft. Thanks to pilot Brian Akin for the picture. Taken from a Gulfstream 650.
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Bobby Martrich | EPAWA Meteorologist Aug 2
Forget the fancy names "Isaias" and "tropical storm" and whatever BS cornacane crap name given to this, the main concern here is flooding rainfall. Not so much the wind. There will be some, but for eastern areas and comparable to a few weeks back. The rain is the issue.
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Philippe Papin Aug 31
About 72h later, this system developed into just off the SC/NC coastline over the Gulf Stream. Following in the footsteps of... , , , , , ... this TC genesis region has sure been popular in 2020!
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Frank Carcaterra Jul 11
Tropical Storm marked the first time that Tropical Storm Warnings were issued in NYC in July since 1996, during Tropical Storm .
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Stephanie Abrams Jul 13
's landfall Friday was very close to Sandy's and Irene's!
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Jack Sillin Jul 10
While roughly 1/10th the size and many many times weaker, the structure of bears some interesting similarities to that of as it neared the Jersey Shore in 2012 -Wedge of convection W of center -Center mostly exposed -Dry air wrapping around S flank
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Kathryn Prociv Aug 3
How RARE is it for New York City to go under a Tropical Storm Warning TWICE in the same season? How does 20 years sound? There have not been 2 Tropical Storm Warnings for in a season since at least 2000. Thank you for the stat! First , now . #2020
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WeatherGoingWILD Jul 10
- And I’m up here in NY wasting my time on
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LadyKraken Nov 24
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