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ISAAC: Now a Hurricane

 
Anonymous Coward
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Whats up with Morgans microphone, he looks like a telemarketer.
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08/29/2012 12:31 AM
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Last night I was watching the quakes, tonight its the storm. How are the earthquakes doing?
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It's all pretty quiet on the quake front at the moment.
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08/29/2012 12:33 AM
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This is a great link for all of you hurricane watchers. Lots of satalite images etc all in the one place.

[link to www.tropicwx.com]
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Hope everything's well, will keep the Gulf coast in my prayers tonight. Don't take chances guys, love you!
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Rain from the storm extending 1, 200 miles. Chad Myers explains that some cells in the outer bands taking wind onshore are comparable to cat 2 hurricane force. Mississippi not far from the top of its banks. Billy Nungesser says the wind is forcing water through the brick walls of his home, and electrical points. He has a hole in his roof and debris in his front yard.

He is comparing the damage received to that of Katrina and saying this is the worst storm since then.
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I'd like to see a storm chaser out on a boat in the middle of it doing a livestream. Like leutenant Dang in Run Forest Run.
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08/29/2012 12:35 AM
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they look so stupid lol why r they just standing out in the rain lol
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08/29/2012 12:36 AM
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My weather channel screen went green except for the local weather strip on the bottom.
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standing by for incoming pink slip...
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08/29/2012 12:37 AM
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The coverage is desperate, with Copper the sooper pooper and all..I still have a strange feeling. Something will go amiss but I think it will something really overlooked..
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What is it Al? Ike, Isaac or Irene?
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call her switchfoot

she won't let ya down in that regard
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08/29/2012 12:38 AM
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The camera person needs to stop shaking the camera to make it look more dangerous.
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Rain from the storm extending 1, 200 miles. Chad Myers explains that some cells in the outer bands taking wind onshore are comparable to cat 2 hurricane force. Mississippi not far from the top of its banks. Billy Nungesser says the wind is forcing water through the brick walls of his home, and electrical points. He has a hole in his roof and debris in his front yard.

He is comparing the damage received to that of Katrina and saying this is the worst storm since then.
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Heard that also ,storm is stronger then cat 1
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08/29/2012 12:39 AM
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Hmmm, I wonder how that sinkhole is doing.hiding burnit
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08/29/2012 12:39 AM
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great live stream

[link to livewire.wdsu.com]
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08/29/2012 12:41 AM
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJg8qp7G_xA
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08/29/2012 12:43 AM
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I'd like to see a storm chaser out on a boat in the middle of it doing a livestream. Like leutenant Dang in Run Forest Run.
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Lt. Dan was just mad,i was just scared

Yull never take me...hahha
Is this all you got? Hahaha
Fuck you...giving the storm the finger..both hands

Love that scene!
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08/29/2012 12:44 AM
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Now they are doing historical facts..( the port of gulfport became a working seaport in 1902) LOL!
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Rain from the storm extending 1, 200 miles. Chad Myers explains that some cells in the outer bands taking wind onshore are comparable to cat 2 hurricane force. Mississippi not far from the top of its banks. Billy Nungesser says the wind is forcing water through the brick walls of his home, and electrical points. He has a hole in his roof and debris in his front yard.

He is comparing the damage received to that of Katrina and saying this is the worst storm since then.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2096273


Heard that also ,storm is stronger then cat 1
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1308215


Chad said that 106 mph gust was picked up by the oil rig in the GOM and it was probably a similar gust that hit Nungesser's home that caused that much damage. But it isn't a sustained wind so technically still a cat 1 storm. But from what I have seen all night from various feeds it does seem a whole lot stronger.
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08/29/2012 12:46 AM
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The camera person needs to stop shaking the camera to make it look more dangerous.
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Yes because in hurricane gusts, people normally shake the camera for this effect.

putin
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severe damage in Grand Isle, LA also in Plaquemines Parish... water is 2 feet from the top of the 16 ft levee and water is spilling over from time to time.
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJg8qp7G_xA
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lol
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08/29/2012 12:48 AM

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Reporting SERIOUS damage on Grand Isle..

Those poor people have been suffering since the BP spill..And now this!

Prayers sent.

hf
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08/29/2012 12:51 AM
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Grand Isle, LA mayor Camardelle on WWL says #Isaac is much stronger than forecasters think. "All hell is breaking loose now."

Breaking News Storm ‏@breakingstorm
Grand Isle, La. mayor David Camardelle: 'All hell is breaking loose right now. It's unbelievable what we're experiencing.' - @NPRrussell

Mayor of Grand Isle: "If this is a cat 1, I don't want to see a cat 3." Island cut off. @nbcdfw #Isaac

Hurricane Isaac moves west, is expected to make a 2nd landfall near Grand Isle, La. - @NOLAnews

Grand Isle has sustained significant damage & water is waste deep across the island according to the mayor.
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Rain from the storm extending 1, 200 miles. Chad Myers explains that some cells in the outer bands taking wind onshore are comparable to cat 2 hurricane force. Mississippi not far from the top of its banks. Billy Nungesser says the wind is forcing water through the brick walls of his home, and electrical points. He has a hole in his roof and debris in his front yard.

He is comparing the damage received to that of Katrina and saying this is the worst storm since then.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2096273


yup I saw that too..

TWC is saying conditions won't change much for 24 hrs and I've seen some models that show it parked in approx. the same spot for 2-3 days before it heads north

doubt if that happens but even 24-36 hrs seems like alot
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The whole 7 yrs to the day thing and now the eye " wobbling back out to the hot water in the Gulf" Its all a bit disturbing.
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Please keep the people safe from harm. This is just horrible.

rose
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Reporting SERIOUS damage on Grand Isle..

Those poor people have been suffering since the BP spill..And now this!

Prayers sent.

hf
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BP Air/Boat Tour of Oil-Affected Areas

[link to youtu.be]

And what do you think Isaac is doing to the oil now!!
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08/29/2012 12:58 AM
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its a churning that oil up like a milk-shake..
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08/29/2012 01:00 AM
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Last night I was watching the quakes, tonight its the storm. How are the earthquakes doing?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 937357


It's all pretty quiet on the quake front at the moment.
 Quoting: Copernica


They are still continuing at a very regular rate...its just that most are under 2.5 magnitude so not reported...
go to [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
and change the setting on the left to '7days, all' and then look at the list that comes up...there are still lots of quakes happening...
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Rain from the storm extending 1, 200 miles. Chad Myers explains that some cells in the outer bands taking wind onshore are comparable to cat 2 hurricane force. Mississippi not far from the top of its banks. Billy Nungesser says the wind is forcing water through the brick walls of his home, and electrical points. He has a hole in his roof and debris in his front yard.

He is comparing the damage received to that of Katrina and saying this is the worst storm since then.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2096273


yup I saw that too..

TWC is saying conditions won't change much for 24 hrs and I've seen some models that show it parked in approx. the same spot for 2-3 days before it heads north

doubt if that happens but even 24-36 hrs seems like alot
 Quoting: RTS REDUX


That would be terrible. I just hope those levees hold. There were explaining on CNN how they were designed to pump so much water per hour, but this water is inundating them and falling fast. A nearly dry Mississippi is now nearly full. A very underestimated storm I think.

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