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Tracking Tropical Storm Henri


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Models tonight shifted west towards Montauk bullseye. Ukir has 4-8 inches of rain for the NYC area/ LI.

Every model hooks this storm left but the location is still unknown.

Some questions to be answered

How strong is the storm going to be ?

When will the hook take place ?

This is going to be interesting to track.
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Potential for a long island landfall seems to be going up
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It keeps shifting west

NYC might be under the gun soon
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also very slowing moving once it hits land.
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Elevation 580' - Average Snow: 4"???

Ave. Temps/Rainfall
Jan. 51 / 30 - 3.41"
Feb. 55 / 33 - 3.45"
Mar. 63 / 39 - 4.01"
Apr. 72 / 47 - 3.04"
May 79 / 56 - 3.18"
Jun. 86 / 65 - 3.74"
Jul. 89 / 68 - 3.68"
Aug. 87 / 67 - 4.22"
Sep. 81 / 60 - 3.24"
Oct. 72 / 49 - 3.4"
Nov. 62 / 39 - 3.14"
Dec. 53 / 32 - 3.25"

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Wow! Where is everybody? I logged in tonight for the first time I think after moving away.

I have checked in here though without logging in, though. I lived in the area too many years not to maintain an interest in New Jersey and NYC.

I hope there are no big surprises like we had with Superstore Sandy. I will check back tomorrow.

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Hello Friends - Quite an unusual and potentially dangerous storm event looming, particularly on Long Island. Models overnight seemed to converge on more of a Montauk landfall. However, the NHC official track still has landfall over central LI. In addition, the 6Z NAM shows a northwest moving storm with landfall over Queens and a stall over NYC for several days. Therefore, there's still a number of questions. Also, a question on the strength of Henri. While currently a tropical storm, strengthening is expected to a cat 1 or even possibly a cat 2 at landfall. Something to really watch for updates today, really for all locations as copious rains could result well away from the center.
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View PostCoralRed, on 21 August 2021 - 02:16 AM, said:

Wow! Where is everybody? I logged in tonight for the first time I think after moving away.

I have checked in here though without logging in, though. I lived in the area too many years not to maintain an interest in New Jersey and NYC.

I hope there are no big surprises like we had with Superstore Sandy. I will check back tomorrow.

This will be no where like sandy
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My bro in law lives in westerly RI
He’s getting ready. Luckily for him he is elevated from the river

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12z nam shows landfall over RI; then a slow retrograde to the Hudson Valley of NY. Heavy rains with bull's eyes of 3-6" qpf. South Jersey gets 16" which is wacky. Nam shows a norlum type band in that area with two bouts of heavy rain. The take-away is that models have shifted the track to landfall just east of Montauk. If the rest of the 12z model suite shows similar, look for the NHC 2:00 PM update to shift the cone east by about 75 miles.
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View Postrobbbs, on 21 August 2021 - 09:38 AM, said:

12z nam shows landfall over RI; then a slow retrograde to the Hudson Valley of NY. Heavy rains with bull's eyes of 3-6" qpf. South Jersey gets 16" which is wacky. Nam shows a norlum type band in that area with two bouts of heavy rain. The take-away is that models have shifted the track to landfall just east of Montauk. If the rest of the 12z model suite shows similar, look for the NHC 2:00 PM update to shift the cone east by about 75 miles.

Do you think the heavy rainfall still makes it towards the Delaware River?
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Nyc looks to get heavy flooding rain

End of LI looks to get alot of wind and surge
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I'm in Maryland now with my fiancee . She's worried that we will get stuck in the hurricane because she heard from the news that it's going to be bad. Debasio also said it's going to be bad


Media sucks
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Wonder if western areas will have to contend with the rain aspect and eastern areas moreso the wind.
Robbbs - NWS speaking about that Norlun development over south Jersey.
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Areas of heavy rain over NYC moving NW. first batch reformed over Sussex Co. pouring here. Next batch over NYC again (same area so flood advisory up) moving in same NW’erly fashion.
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It really depends on where this norlun sets up as to who will get the brunt of the rainfall
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NWS latest graphics show western and NW NJ 4-6” of rain with a spot in West Milford at 6-10”. Nuts.
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Models have already failed with the pre



Close to 1.50 for JFK
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4.25 inches so far in Central Park

Wow
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Subway closings in Brooklyn

Flooding everywhere

This is bad
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Hello..all hope everyone staying safe..I believe I read. As of 2am Brooklyn over 6 inch of rain...crzy
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