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Numerous trees down and some roads impassable in my area. This storm lived up to its potential as far as I am concerned. Similar winds to Irene here. The one surprise was how little it rained, only 1/10th of an inch.
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Trees down everywhere here. Gonna take a while to get all these cleaned up.
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Does anyone have rainfall total amounts?
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Con Edison said this is the 2nd most calls they are getting for power outages since Sandy.
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 metfan4life, on 04 August 2020 - 10:21 PM, said:

Con Edison said this is the 2nd most calls they are getting for power outages since Sandy.

Might take two or three days for a lot of people in New Jersey to have power restored.

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View Postwishcast_hater, on 04 August 2020 - 09:14 PM, said:

Does anyone have rainfall total amounts?
Click on daily precip report and filter on area. It's also interesting to look through the comments.
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Got WiFi back at work. My house is still out of power a mile away. Should be on later. But man this town got whooped up. At least got a generator to run the refrigerators. Tuesday during the storm I was out patrolling looking for down limbs to clear the roads to keep open. Just cruising and a huge wind gust came and a limb crashed onto the windshield. Scared the sh*t out of me lol.

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 metfan4life, on 04 August 2020 - 10:21 PM, said:

Con Edison said this is the 2nd most calls they are getting for power outages since Sandy.

NYSEG up near me reported that the damage sustained is worse than Sandy. I have a 20KW generator so I am unaffected EXCEPT the internet is out. The kids are on suicide watch. They would rather sit in the dark but at least have WIFI.

Where I live Cell service is extremely limited and we use WIFI for phone calls. I can barely send out a text at my home during this time. Hardly a complaint compared to others.
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The way I saw the wind ripping, going one direction then switching to the other direction, then add on the damage done here, I'm guessing a tornado went through here

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 nyrangers1022, on 06 August 2020 - 11:28 AM, said:

The way I saw the wind ripping, going one direction then switching to the other direction, then add on the damage done here, I'm guessing a tornado went through here

Did you report it to Upton?
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My girlfriend lives in West Orange, NJ and her entire condo complex is out, along with an adjacent apartment complex. She gets text alerts from PSEG but the estimated time of power restoration changes constantly. It was originally Wednesday afternoon but now could be as late as this upcoming Tuesday.

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 weathergeek87, on 06 August 2020 - 06:26 PM, said:



Did you report it to Upton?


No, been too busy with the cleanup. I'll ask an old co-worker who retired a few years ago. He's wondering too if it was a tornado. He took the NOAA class and has a weather station

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View Postwishcast_hater, on 06 August 2020 - 08:41 AM, said:

NYSEG up near me reported that the damage sustained is worse than Sandy.

I don't recall nearly as many downed trees after Sandy. Probably has to do with this being early August vs late October and the trees being fully leafed out now whereas with Sandy most of the leaves had already fallen.
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I remember a ton of downed trees with Sandy in Morris county. In fact never saw that many with any storm in my entire life combined it was crazy.
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Alot of trees still  down here in Brooklyn.  I wonder how long it will take them to clear the down trees.

Some trees are blocking the roads
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 Mike_The_Golfer, on 07 August 2020 - 08:54 AM, said:



I don't recall nearly as many downed trees after Sandy. Probably has to do with this being early August vs late October and the trees being fully leafed out now whereas with Sandy most of the leaves had already fallen.

Reminds me of the pre-Halloween snowstorm in 2011 when a lot of trees came down because of the combined weight of leaves and wet snow.

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Finally got power and internet back.
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Some of the same areas in eastern PA getting nailed again with heavy rain.
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During the 17 minutes it took to shut the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge during Iasias, four trucks on the span flipped over -- and a fifth flipped prior to the closure.

https://trib.al/KzrqEK8
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The peak gust I recorded with Sandy was 79mph and with Isaias 53 mph. The wind damage with this storm was not as great as Sandy in my area but was surprisingly bad. I think it was just the couple hours where the winds continually gusted to 50 miles an hour and obviously higher at treetops levels. The winds weren't as strong as Sandy or Gloria but they were very consistent and strong. it was mentioned above that Sandy occurred at the end of October and a lot of trees had lost their leaves, I think that made a big difference
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