September 30, 2015
The day we can start looking forward to the weeke....
Huh...That's an awfully wide cone there.
Let's see what the individual models say....
OK. Two of the models are quite divergent from the rest (one being about 180 degrees off) which accounts for the wide cone (as it is an average of the models).
All but two of the models have the thing causing some degree of mischief in SE Virginia and the majority of them predict it will broadly follow the paths of the two worst hurricanes to hit this area. Isabel
and "The 1933 Storm
It's been raining here for two days and there is already standing water in my street as the storm drains are flooded. The ground is soggy so trees could fall easily.
This could well be exciting.
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I spent the whole day in airport in Rochester, NY, waiting for the weather to improve.
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Wed Sep 30 14:37:10 2015 (Y8kD4)
Doesn't that count as "cruel and unusual punishment"?
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Wed Sep 30 15:16:17 2015 (+rSRq)
To get a better idea of how likely landfall near your location is, factor in just how badly a storm would screw you over right now. Based on your previous biographical posts, there appears to a direct correlation...
Posted by: Siergen at Wed Sep 30 17:15:47 2015 (De/yN)
That pale orange track looks like it's trying to become Hurricane Illinois-Has-It-Too-Easy.
Posted by: Wonderduck at Wed Sep 30 17:40:08 2015 (a12rG)
Come now! This is Brickmuppet we're talking about! What's the worst that... could... ah, er... never mind.
Posted by: Clayton Barnett at Thu Oct 1 08:33:30 2015 (lU4ZJ)
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