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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 25th 2011, 9:03 pm

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with a population explosion along coastal areas of the Northeast during the past several decades, a hurricane this strong hasn't affected the Northeast urban corridor for at least the past two decades.

- Regardless of track and intensity, confidence is growing that Hurricane Irene will cause extensive tree and power line damage. Electricity infrastructure will be greatly compromised for millions if not tens of millions of Americans.

- Recent heavy rains over parts of the Northeast, especially New Jersey, have made tree root systems highly vulnerable. Flooding rains combined with high winds will add to tree destruction.

- Extent of water level rise (surge) for local bays, inlets and sounds is dependent on the local geography however suffice to say new high water marks could be set.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 25th 2011, 9:56 pm

Recent heavy rains over parts of the Northeast, especially New Jersey, have made tree root systems highly vulnerable. Flooding rains combined with high winds will add to tree destruction.

Memphis, you're scaring me more than I already am! Glad I decided to pack our bags and head out. I'm so worried about my house, but our safety comes first.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 25th 2011, 9:59 pm

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Recent heavy rains over parts of the Northeast, especially New Jersey, have made tree root systems highly vulnerable. Flooding rains combined with high winds will add to tree destruction.

Memphis, you're scaring me more than I already am! Glad I decided to pack our bags and head out. I'm so worried about my house, but our safety comes first.

I don't mean to scare you! But, I am glad you are packing up and heading out. That part about the trees is beyond scary!
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 25th 2011, 10:33 pm

I am relieved that it would be bad by me. Of course that could change.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 25th 2011, 11:11 pm

Tom Moore, and Mark Avery, Lead Meteorologists, The Weather Channel
Aug 25, 2011 11:00 pm ET

HURRICANE IRENE

- Major Hurricane Irene poses an extraordinary threat from North Carolina to the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast to New England.


- Hurricane force winds could be felt over the mainland almost to I-95.

- Heavy rainfall is possible as far west as central North Carolina and north-central South Carolina through Saturday afternoon.

- It now appears Irene may hug the coastline potentially making a landfall in southern New Jersey Sunday afternoon with the center coming very close to or over New York City Sunday evening.

- This track means more people could have catastrophic impacts from Irene in the Northeast beginning Saturday night in southern Virginia and lasting into Monday in Northern New England.

- Even though Irene should weaken some it will still bring hurricane force winds, extreme rainfall, significant coastal flooding, and a tornado threat.

- Irene should be hitting the Northeast near the new moon when tides will be higher before adding Irene's surge and wave action.

- Heavy rain could track as far west as western Virginia, western Maryland, central Pennsylvania and central and western New York.

- Widespread wind damage and power outages are likely throughout the Northeast.

- Plan ahead ... Make sure that you have plenty of water, non-perishable food, flashlights and a transistor radio.


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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 4:52 am



This just sounds worse with every report. Please everyone in the path of this take care and take precautions.
I saw report that elderly in low lying areas of New York are being evacuated. I don't think they would take that step if they were not pretty sure of the path of this.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 6:48 am

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Irene will be a serious and multi-hazard threat for the major metropolitan areas of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

This includes Norfolk, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City, Hartford, and Boston. This hurricane has the potential to produce flooding rains, high winds, downed trees (on houses, cars, power lines) and widespread power outages. Significant impacts along the immediate coast include high waves, surge and beach erosion.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 6:56 am

Dale Eck, Director of the Global Forecast Center, The Weather Channel
Aug 26, 2011 7:31 am ET

- Hurricane Irene poses an extraordinary threat and is one that no one has yet experienced from North Carolina to the mid_Atlantic to the Northeast to New England.



- Hurricane conditions are expected for much of Saturday along the Outer Banks, with parts of Highway 12 likely to be washed out from storm surge and waves on top of that surge.

- Rain and wind will begin to pick up in eastern Virginia late tonight and on Saturday and then up to MD, DE, and souther NJ Saturday. Hurricane conditions possible along the coast, with tropical storm conditions possible as far inland as I-95.

- Hurricane conditions are likely on Saturday night for the Delmarva Peninsula, NJ and even extreme southeast PA Saturday night. Inland sections from Baltimore and DC to eastern PA can expect tropical storm conditions and heavy rain.

- The New York metropolitan area will experience the worst conditions later Saturday night and Sunday with hurricane conditions possible along with destructive wind, heavy flooding rain, and storm surge with coastal flooding. Tropical storm conditions expected western NJ and the upstate of NY up the Hudson River Valley.

Flooding and wind-related damage (including downed trees, limbs, power lines, power outages, roof, window, and siding damage) can be expected from North Carolina to New England by the time Irene moves away on Monday.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 7:10 am

weather channel just tweeted this:

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Did you get cash out of ATM? Have batteries? Propane for BBQ? Coolers w/ ice? Generator? Gas? Electricity may be out for days. Prepare!
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 7:58 am

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weather channel just tweeted this:

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Did you get cash out of ATM? Have batteries? Propane for BBQ? Coolers w/ ice? Generator? Gas? Electricity may be out for days. Prepare!

I just heard another good tip. Fill the bathtub with water to use for flushing the toilet
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 8:46 am



this is just a little thing, but if you don't have one it will be big thing.
When you stock up on canned goods don't forget a manual can opener.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 9:00 am

Just heard that Hoboken, NJ is being evacuated. Adam will be thankful for where he is during this weekend.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 9:20 am

Updated: August 26, 2011 10:00 am ET

Hurricane Irene is set to become one of the more destructive hurricanes to hit the East Coast in at least several decades. The latest computer model guidance confirms this extraordinary threat and the first hurricane warnings and hurricane watches have been issued for the East Coast.

It all starts with Hurricane Irene's incredible wind field. As of Thursday evening, tropical storm-force winds were up to 430 miles wide. This is the distance from Baltimore to Portland, Maine.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 11:54 am

Dale Eck, Director of the Global Forecast Center, The Weather Channel
Aug 26, 2011 10:53 am ET www.weatherchannel.com

- Hurricane Irene poses an extraordinary threat and is one that no one has yet experienced from North Carolina to the mid_Atlantic to the Northeast to New England.

- The center of Irene is expected to make landfall as a borderline category 2 or 3 hurricane Saturday morning in eastern North Carolina, most likely between Morehead City and Hatteras, but tropical storm conditions are possible as far inland as I-95 in North Carolina, with hurricane conditions possible as far as 40 miles from the coast.

- Hurricane conditions are expected for much of Saturday along the Outer Banks, with parts of Highway 12 likely to be washed out from storm surge and waves on top of that surge.

- Rain and wind will begin to pick up in eastern Virginia late tonight and on Saturday and then up to MD, DE, and southern NJ Saturday. Hurricane conditions possible along the coast, with tropical storm conditions possible as far inland as I-95.

- Hurricane conditions are likely on Saturday night for the Delmarva Peninsula, NJ and even extreme southeast PA Saturday night. Inland sections from Baltimore and DC to eastern PA can expect tropical storm conditions and heavy rain.

- The New York metropolitan area will experience the worst conditions later Saturday night and Sunday with hurricane conditions possible along with destructive wind, heavy flooding rain, and storm surge with coastal flooding. Tropical storm conditions expected western NJ and the upstate of NY up the Hudson River Valley.

- Irene will race through New England Sunday and Sunday night, and could still bring some hurricane conditions.

- Conditions in the Mid-Atlantic, up through southeast NY, NJ, and New England are expected to be unlike what many have experienced in these areas with extreme gusty winds, flooding rains, and coastal flooding.

- Flooding and wind-related damage (including downed trees, limbs, power lines, power outages, roof, window, and siding damage) can be expected from North Carolina to New England by the time Irene moves away on Monday.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 12:29 pm

TWC Updated: Aug 26, 2011, 12:50 p.m. EDT


Hurricane Irene is poised to deliver a punishing blow to the Mid-Atlantic States, with a destructive combination of storm surge, damaging winds, and flooding rain.

That being said, this won't simply be a threat along the coast. Damaging winds and flooding rain will be a huge concern for locations well inland, including Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and much of Pennsylvania.

Prepare:

Check and make sure you have everything you need to take with you in the event of an evacuation. Also, be sure you have cash, batteries, water and all valuables nearby in case you are stranded due to flooding or damage.


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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 1:40 pm

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By Henry Goldman - Aug 26, 2011 1:23 PM CT

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg ordered residents of low-lying coastal areas to leave their homes in advance of Hurricane Irene’s arrival Sunday, the first time a mandatory evacuation order has been imposed.

Residents in the affected neighborhoods must leave by 5 p.m. tomorrow,
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Citywide, about 270,000 residents live in the low-lying zones most vulnerable to a storm surge accompanied by high winds and rain.... The neighborhoods include Manhattan’s Battery Park City, home to 39,700; Coney Island and other Brooklyn beach communities, with 180,000; the Rockaways in Queens, where at least 70,000 live, and shore areas of Staten Island, with at least 40,000 residents...........

Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered a shut down of the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s subways, buses and trains starting with their last runs at noon tomorrow.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 2:36 pm

tweeted by the New York Mayor's Office:

High-rise residents: there's a risk of flying debris shattering windows, and that risk increases on the 10th floor or higher.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 3:09 pm

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memphisbelle wrote:
weather channel just tweeted this:

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Did you get cash out of ATM? Have batteries? Propane for BBQ? Coolers w/ ice? Generator? Gas? Electricity may be out for days. Prepare!

I just heard another good tip. Fill the bathtub with water to use for flushing the toilet

When I lived on Cape Cod we had Bob - we were without power for 7 days. Our house had a well and without electricity the pump did not work to give us water for the 7 days either. We filled the bathtubs, sinks and any large containers in the kitchen with water. In addition we had a weeks worth of water for each person (a gallon a piece). It saved our bacon for sure. Taping the windows is really important too if possible. If the window get blown in or damaged in anyway it helps to keep the glass together instead of it shattering everywhere.

For everyone that lives in the path of the storm - thinking happy thoughts for you that the strom will weaken or turn away from the coast and keep running out over the ocean.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 7:07 pm

There are 29 million people under a Hurricane Warning.


That is an astronomical number.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 8:30 pm

It's freaking me out.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 8:35 pm

Stay safe everyone. Just throwing a positive thought in to the mix.....after hurricane Charley when we knew we were going to be ok, my hubby, children and I spent one week together without tv, shopping etc. It was a great experience and a way to reconnect with one another. We realized what was really important in life.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 9:16 pm

Moody wrote:
It's freaking me out.

are you ready?
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 10:07 pm

I live in Southeastern MA, specifically Bristol County, and I have no idea what to expect. I keep on hearing different things.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 10:14 pm

I Can't wait to lose power this weekend!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 10:20 pm

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I live in Southeastern MA, specifically Bristol County, and I have no idea what to expect. I keep on hearing different things.

Hurricane, it looks like, and the more south in the county you are the worse it is going to be.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 10:48 pm

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I live in Southeastern MA, specifically Bristol County, and I have no idea what to expect. I keep on hearing different things.

Hurricane, it looks like, and the more south in the county you are the worse it is going to be.


Yeah it looks like we are towing the hurricane/tropical storm line. Should be interesting to see if it lives up to the hype by the time it makes it to us.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 11:02 pm

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It's freaking me out.

are you ready?

I dont know how to be ready. I cant figure out how serious it will be here. I assume we will lose power.... I was at Target today and they were already sold out of batteries and the things i got i became too impatient with the lines and left my cart full and went home. What do people do with their food in the fridge?
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 11:10 pm

Stay safe to those of you in the path of Irene!!

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 11:16 pm

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memphisbelle wrote:
Moody wrote:
It's freaking me out.

are you ready?

I dont know how to be ready. I cant figure out how serious it will be here. I assume we will lose power.... I was at Target today and they were already sold out of batteries and the things i got i became too impatient with the lines and left my cart full and went home. What do people do with their food in the fridge?

Empty the things that will spoil into a cooler with ice and it will last maybe a day - then throw it out. What you don't want to do is leave it in the refridgerator -- meat, produce, milk, anything like that is awful and truly the smell can't be removed. Don't forget the freezer.

Do you have a gas cook top or gas grill? If you do you can cook all that you can and then use the coolers. Start making ice tonight.what I do is fill a zip lock with water and sit it in a bowl so when the power goes I just put the ziplocks in the cooler, anything like that to make blocks as that keeps food cold longer. Get your cooler ready. Assemble the flashlights and candles you do have in one place. Get your matches ready for candles.

do you have a radio? you will want it with your supplies. Keep your phone charged. I think all that will happen in your area is lots of rain and may some trees but not like it will be closer to the coast but I think you might lose power and they are saying it will take time to get the grids back up.





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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 26th 2011, 11:50 pm

Was just watching TWC & it looks like Tru is probably starting to get some heavy rain there in Charlotte. Hope there won't be any bad flooding there.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 1:14 am

Stay safe everyone! I am sending positive thoughts to everybody in the path of this storm.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 7:22 am

Preparedness... I'm hard boiling eggs right now lol

My greatest concern is loss of power. Aside from that and worrying about everyone else, I'm okay.

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 7:25 am

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 7:27 am

Thanks Nancy and Memphy. I've noted both.
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 7:49 am

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Here is a good tracking map
http://www.nytimes.com/projects/hurricanes/?ref=us#!/2011/Irene

This one is so awesome, Nancy...thanks!!
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 8:37 am

I hope all our east coasters members are safe and fine!!

And to all the people who lives in the danger zone, I hope they are all safe and okay!!

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 10:11 am

Hurricane Central

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Tornado Watch until 8pm EDT for portions of DE, Eastern MD, southern NJ, southeast VA, and the coastal waters adjacent to these areas.

I just can't anymore, I'm sick to my stomach and my anxiety level is through the roof Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 10:13 am

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Hurricane Central

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Tornado Watch until 8pm EDT for portions of DE, Eastern MD, southern NJ, southeast VA, and the coastal waters adjacent to these areas.

I just can't anymore, I'm sick to my stomach and my anxiety level is through the roof Sad

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PostSubject: Re: Hurricane Irene   August 27th 2011, 10:16 am

Stay calm Lynda. We are here for you all. I know it's scary.
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