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Re: Hurricane Jose: Rain And Storm Surge Could affect us next Tues &Wed
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NOAA Update on Jose:

KEY MESSAGES:

1. While the center of Jose is currently forecast to remain offshore
of the U.S. coast, the large cyclone could cause some direct impacts
from Delaware northward to New England, and any deviation to the
left of the NHC forecast track would increase the likelihood and
magnitude of those impacts. A Tropical Storm Watch is now in
effect from the Delaware coast to southeastern Massachusetts.
Interests elsewhere along the U.S. east coast from North
Carolina to New England should monitor the progress of Jose
through the next several days.

2. Minor to moderate coastal flooding is possible from Delaware
to southern New England during the next several days. Please see
products issued by local National Weather Service forecast offices.

3. Swells generated by Jose are affecting Bermuda, the Bahamas,
and much of the U.S. east coast. These swells are likely to cause
dangerous surf and rip current conditions for the next several days
in these areas.

4. Jose will produce heavy rain as it passes near southern New
England and the mid-Atlantic on Tuesday and Wednesday. Total
accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are expected over eastern Long
Island, southeast Connecticut, Rhode Island, and southeast
Massachusetts, including Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Based on
the current forecast, the risk of flooding will be limited in scope.
Any deviation to the left of the forecast track, however, could
bring heavier and more widespread rainfall to southern New England,
Long Island, New York City, and New Jersey. If this deviation were
to occur, the risk of urban flash flooding and some river flooding
would increase.

Update on Maria

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Just a technical note, we are not going to be getting the storm surge from Jose if it remains offshore. Storm surge happens when the center of the storm moves onshore.

The Jersey Shore could see some minor coastal flooding due to high waves during high tide cycles over the next couple of days, but that's not storm surge.

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By Luke Nozicka lnozicka@njadvancemedia.com,
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A tropical storm watch was issued Sunday evening in several states, including New Jersey, as Hurricane Jose continues to make its way toward the East Coast.

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(Jose, as of 11am this morning - Maria looks like the storm to watch, though...)

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NHC Notes: While the center of Jose is currently forecast to remain offshore
of the U.S. coast, the large cyclone could cause some direct impacts from Virginia northward to New England, and any deviation to the left of the NHC forecast track would increase the likelihood and magnitude of those impacts. Interests along the U.S. east coast from Virginia to New England should monitor the progress of Jose through the next several days. Tropical storm watches could be required for a portion of this area later today.

Swells generated by Jose are affecting Bermuda, the Bahamas,
and much of the U.S. east coast. These swells are likely to cause
dangerous surf and rip current conditions for the next several days in these areas.






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I'd check Jose's entry documents before allowing him in.

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Heavens to Betsy! What are we going to do??

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What's the best place to buy jerrycans? Don't want to be caught without gas like those people in Florida.

Fuel vital not only for evacuation by motor-vehicle, but also to run generators at home as power-cuts will be widespread.

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Also Loews & Home Depot - Sears and auto parts store all sell 5 gallon Plastic Gas Cans.

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What's the best place to buy jerrycans? Don't want to be caught without gas like those people in Florida.

Fuel vital not only for evacuation by motor-vehicle, but also to run generators at home as power-cuts will be widespread.

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Amazon - search "gas can." But remember to store/vent carefully! And don't run generators indoors!

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What's the best place to buy jerrycans? Don't want to be caught without gas like those people in Florida.

Fuel vital not only for evacuation by motor-vehicle, but also to run generators at home as power-cuts will be widespread.

Robin.

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Parts of New Jersey are in the "Cone of Death."

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Hurricane Jose: Rain And Storm Surge Could Batter New York City, Forecasters Say

The storm will cause rough seas and possibly rain and gusts next week, forecasters said.

By Adam Nichols (Patch Staff) - Updated September 14, 2017


NEW YORK, NY – After a few nerve-wracking days, hurricane watchers were breathing more easily Thursday – confident that the storm currently churning in the Atlantic will not bring devastating force to the east coast.

But what remains of Hurricane Jose could still come "threateningly close" to New York City, the National Weather Service warned.

If it does, it would be next week and bring rain and wind gusts through Tuesday and Wednesday, though it's unlikely to have the force it's packing now. There's a 5-10 percent chance of tropical storm-force winds, meaning at least 39 mph, the service said.

Jose is now forecast to move north between Bermuda and U.S., weakening as it goes. It will result in rough seas in the New York area, according to AccuWeather.

Jose is currently a tropical storm and about 500 miles north east of the Bahamas. It performed a complicated loop over the last few days, and forecasters had been worried about the path it would take once that maneuver had been completed.

https://patch.com/new-york/new-york-ci ... york-city-forecasters-say

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