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Message Subject Sandy Staged to push Global Warming Fraud - Obama's unprecedented response is the clue.
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The latest models show a range of scenarios spanning from prolonged storm conditions in the mid-Atlantic to little effect anywhere.

* The European (EURO) model - which best handled Sandy - shows a strong low developing off the Georgia coast election night (November 6), moving north to near the Delmarva coast by Wednesday night, stalling for about 12 hours, before weakening and moving northeast to near Cape Cod by Thursday night. This is a very bad scenario for the Maryland and Delaware beaches up through southern New England as it would result in a prolonged period of onshore flow and coastal flooding. The EURO also pulls down enough cold air for some wet snow in elevated areas west and northwest of Washington D.C.

* The GFS model develops a low off the South Carolina coast election night bring some rain to mid-Atlantic coastal areas, but - rather than turning up the coast - pulls out to sea. This simulation would raise seas and probably cause minor coastal flooding and beach erosion, but would not be a big deal. Note: only a few of the 20 GFS ensemble members (the same model run with tweaks to the initial conditions) simulate stormy conditions along the East Coast

GFS ensemble members for Wednesday morning next week. Only a few simulate stormy conditions along the East Coast. (WeatherBell.com) * The Canadian model develops a low fairly far off the Mid-Atlantic coast election night, far enough offshore that there is no precipitation for coastal or inland areas. It doesn’t really get its act together until its east of Maine Wednesday night and would probably produce few impacts outside that state.

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