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Re: Potential Hurricane On Sunday - East of JC
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Checked out the JSQ weather station. Rain came down at a rate of 3.3 inches per hour.



Wow.

5 pm Eyewitness News just said Jersey City at 5.78 inches.


A can I have been using as a rain gauge hit 8.5 inches when I measured it at 7 PM. Looks like maybe another inch or more before this is all said and done.

Posted on: 8/22 23:31
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Checked out the JSQ weather station. Rain came down at a rate of 3.3 inches per hour.



Wow.

5 pm Eyewitness News just said Jersey City at 5.78 inches.

Posted on: 8/22 21:04
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Checked out the JSQ weather station. Rain came down at a rate of 3.3 inches per hour.




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Ch7 Eyewitness News rain measurement from Sunday 2 am:

Jersey City: 3.65
Hoboken: 3.12


Which explains why my basement was a bit wet (thankfully.. not flooded) this morning.

I also found out when I put my new phone on 'silent mode', it doesn't silent the emergency alerts. Which was quite jarring at 2 AM

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Ch7 Eyewitness News rain measurement from Sunday 2 am:

Jersey City: 3.65
Hoboken: 3.12

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Whats the latest.. news is saying 4 to 6 inches and hitting at high tide, full moon. Hoboken is already preparing for flooding.

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My company provides forecast products for the insurance industry, and we're modeling it as a weak Cat 1 to be a little conservative for our clients, but then consensus is it'll be a strong tropical storm at landfall, which will still be enough for high surge and a lot of fallen trees and power outages.

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Early morning model runs shifted the storm back east a bit, over colder water, weakening the storm some. Models show it coming ashore as a strong tropical storm instead of a strong Cat-1 hurricane.





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Landfall estimated late Sunday.

Weatherbell thinks it could reach a Cat 3 and come ashore as a Cat 2. Other models are shifting the storm West. Weatherbell thinks the track could shift West as well, hitting eastern Long Island hard.

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