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Water levels over 4 feet above normal in some areas along the East Coast!!! Surges of 5+ feet near Philly NOW!!!

 
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Luisport.

Just outside of Philly area to the west. The weather report last evening was for scattered rain and winds gusting up to 30 MPH in my area.

Well the rain part was right but the winds were so high I spent a sleepless night due to branches hitting my roof. My bed is under a large window and the wind was coming right towards it. I was seriously considering sleeping in the den because the wind gusts were so high it seemed like the window would blow out. Not sure what the speed was but it definitely was higher than 30 MPH.

Seriously for about two hours I could liken it to Sandy. Flooding is definitely due to high tides because the rain was not a big deal. Just sounded like it was coming down because of the driving wind.
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Geeezzzz the worst part is that a rain event is possible to the end of the year...
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wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
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Re: Water levels over 4 feet above normal in some areas along the East Coast!!! Surges of 5+ feet near Philly NOW!!!
34 degrees latitude, 300 miles inland from the East Coast. The wind has been blowing 20-30 mph since yesterday evening, with very few breaks. Not a storm, as such, but very unusual for continuing winds at that velocity in our area. We are not a windy place. These are not "gusts" of wind, but steady excepting a few intervals of several minutes when it quietens.

Wind is blowing now and it sounds something like a soft roar, perhaps because of pine trees.
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34 degrees latitude, 300 miles inland from the East Coast. The wind has been blowing 20-30 mph since yesterday evening, with very few breaks. Not a storm, as such, but very unusual for continuing winds at that velocity in our area. We are not a windy place. These are not "gusts" of wind, but steady excepting a few intervals of several minutes when it quietens.

Wind is blowing now and it sounds something like a soft roar, perhaps because of pine trees.
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yes it's strange... take care and thank's a lot for your comment!hf
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

72 mph wind gust recorded at Matinicus Rock in Maine around 3 p.m.
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Luisport.

Just outside of Philly area to the west. The weather report last evening was for scattered rain and winds gusting up to 30 MPH in my area.

Well the rain part was right but the winds were so high I spent a sleepless night due to branches hitting my roof. My bed is under a large window and the wind was coming right towards it. I was seriously considering sleeping in the den because the wind gusts were so high it seemed like the window would blow out. Not sure what the speed was but it definitely was higher than 30 MPH.

Seriously for about two hours I could liken it to Sandy. Flooding is definitely due to high tides because the rain was not a big deal. Just sounded like it was coming down because of the driving wind.
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Geeezzzz the worst part is that a rain event is possible to the end of the year...
 Quoting: Luisport


wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
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damned

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."
[link to www.cbsnews.com]

[link to www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org]

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Luisport.

Just outside of Philly area to the west. The weather report last evening was for scattered rain and winds gusting up to 30 MPH in my area.

Well the rain part was right but the winds were so high I spent a sleepless night due to branches hitting my roof. My bed is under a large window and the wind was coming right towards it. I was seriously considering sleeping in the den because the wind gusts were so high it seemed like the window would blow out. Not sure what the speed was but it definitely was higher than 30 MPH.

Seriously for about two hours I could liken it to Sandy. Flooding is definitely due to high tides because the rain was not a big deal. Just sounded like it was coming down because of the driving wind.
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Geeezzzz the worst part is that a rain event is possible to the end of the year...
 Quoting: Luisport


wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
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damned

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."
[link to www.cbsnews.com]

[link to www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org]

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Geeezzzz the worst part is that a rain event is possible to the end of the year...
 Quoting: Luisport


wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
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damned

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."
[link to www.cbsnews.com]

[link to www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org]

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siren2siren2siren2
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wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26265384


damned

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."
[link to www.cbsnews.com]

[link to www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org]

violin
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siren2siren2siren2
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Slosh.
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SLosh is the new shill term for the icecaps melting where does the water go.
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Re: Water levels over 4 feet above normal in some areas along the East Coast!!! Surges of 5+ feet near Philly NOW!!!
The presidential candidates may not be talking about rising sea waters, but South Florida residents are. This week, higher than normal tides flooded Miami's South Beach, swamping streets, people and businesses.

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."

Top scientists say in the future, climate change will make flooding much worse. They drew up a map to illustrate the expected flood risk along Florida's coastline in 2060. The color red means "underwater".

And Professor Ben Kirtman,of the University of Miami,says the long-term projections look much worse.



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Re: Water levels over 4 feet above normal in some areas along the East Coast!!! Surges of 5+ feet near Philly NOW!!!
The presidential candidates may not be talking about rising sea waters, but South Florida residents are. This week, higher than normal tides flooded Miami's South Beach, swamping streets, people and businesses.

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."

Top scientists say in the future, climate change will make flooding much worse. They drew up a map to illustrate the expected flood risk along Florida's coastline in 2060. The color red means "underwater".

And Professor Ben Kirtman,of the University of Miami,says the long-term projections look much worse.



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2 bottles of wine light red,
500 ml of Cachaça, good one
1 cup of sugar (coffee size)
Orange and lemon peels dried, Cinnamon stick, Carnation of india (spice), ginger

Melt the sugar with a little of water on the stove, put the spices to cook a litle bit, then put the cachaça and wine, warm until before boil point.

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This don´t sound no good

hmm

wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
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In what time did it rise 4 feet...?
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Maybe it's all going to happen tonight!
Maybe all this stormy weather and cloud cover and Giant waves are the UFO's coming out of the ocean!!
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Luisport.

Just outside of Philly area to the west. The weather report last evening was for scattered rain and winds gusting up to 30 MPH in my area.

Well the rain part was right but the winds were so high I spent a sleepless night due to branches hitting my roof. My bed is under a large window and the wind was coming right towards it. I was seriously considering sleeping in the den because the wind gusts were so high it seemed like the window would blow out. Not sure what the speed was but it definitely was higher than 30 MPH.

Seriously for about two hours I could liken it to Sandy. Flooding is definitely due to high tides because the rain was not a big deal. Just sounded like it was coming down because of the driving wind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30322680


Geeezzzz the worst part is that a rain event is possible to the end of the year...
 Quoting: Luisport


wasn't the wind blowing west-ward? why didn't it take the water out to sea, why would it come inland when it was blowing sea-ward ...

something else it happsening ... and it IS happening whether some want to believe it or not ... "it" has been going on since Sandy, just ask the people in Florida who's beaches are being eaten away by rising water
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You might want to learn how the tide works...
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Maybe it's all going to happen tonight!
Maybe all this stormy weather and cloud cover and Giant waves are the UFO's coming out of the ocean!!
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Or maybe it's just another December storm... tomato
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Maybe it's all going to happen tonight!
Maybe all this stormy weather and cloud cover and Giant waves are the UFO's coming out of the ocean!!
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Or maybe it's just another December storm... tomato
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Did last one flood part of Florida as well?
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damned

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."
[link to www.cbsnews.com]

[link to www.worldviewofglobalwarming.org]

violin
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siren2siren2siren2
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Slosh.
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SLosh is the new shill term for the icecaps melting where does the water go.
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Do you research anything or just talk out of your ass all the time. Some of the work I'm doing personally involves unprecedented earth changes and if you would concentrate your efforts on study instead of defamatory remarks you might learn something. Theres hundreds of events of unprecedence,open your closed little mind
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ive been living in a beach cottage since 1978, the water is not higher. the worst flooding was the storm of 78, the second worst was 91. i can not get to my cottage during high tide, same as it was in 1978, same as it was in the 50s when my grandfather lived there, the same. massachusetts is where im located, yes i live on a dune, no electricity, 4wd only. storms are not getting worse. oh and yes my cottage does not face the open ocean, those houses are gone, because of stupidity, not global warming.
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ive been living in a beach cottage since 1978, the water is not higher. the worst flooding was the storm of 78, the second worst was 91. i can not get to my cottage during high tide, same as it was in 1978, same as it was in the 50s when my grandfather lived there, the same. massachusetts is where im located, yes i live on a dune, no electricity, 4wd only. storms are not getting worse. oh and yes my cottage does not face the open ocean, those houses are gone, because of stupidity, not global warming.
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OMG COMMON SENSE... Must be a shill.
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East Coast Beaches Are Disappearing, And Nobody's Listening


Surveying the armored shoreline, Jim Titus explains how the natural sinking of the shoreline and slow but steady sea-level rise, mostly due to climate change, have driven the bay's water more than a foot higher over the past century.

Titus has decided to speak out. He's crisscrossed the country to meet with state and local officials in coastal areas, urging them to start planning now for the slow-motion flood. Yet his warnings have mostly fallen on deaf ears.


Read the whole story ---> [link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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East Coast Beaches Are Disappearing, And Nobody's Listening


Surveying the armored shoreline, Jim Titus explains how the natural sinking of the shoreline and slow but steady sea-level rise, mostly due to climate change, have driven the bay's water more than a foot higher over the past century.

Titus has decided to speak out. He's crisscrossed the country to meet with state and local officials in coastal areas, urging them to start planning now for the slow-motion flood. Yet his warnings have mostly fallen on deaf ears.


Read the whole story ---> [link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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hf
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floods to west coast too: NWSBayArea‏@NWSBayArea

Urban flood advisory through 5:15 pm for parts of napa, sonoma, and marin counties. [link to forecast.weather.gov] #bayarearain #napa #sonoma #marin
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what more beggar vermin with their hands out too have homes rebuilt , that most of us could not afford ?

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Its the galactic rift! its affecting the tides!
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How come none of us who actually live on the Coast see water levels rising, but everyone else on the internet using unheard of websites are reporting extremely high tides?
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Its the galactic rift! its affecting the tides!
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The presidential candidates may not be talking about rising sea waters, but South Florida residents are. This week, higher than normal tides flooded Miami's South Beach, swamping streets, people and businesses.

"It has been like a high tide coming in," said one person,"but there's no explanation, it hasn't really been raining."

Top scientists say in the future, climate change will make flooding much worse. They drew up a map to illustrate the expected flood risk along Florida's coastline in 2060. The color red means "underwater".

And Professor Ben Kirtman,of the University of Miami,says the long-term projections look much worse.



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THE MAYAN S WERE RIGHT.
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How come none of us who actually live on the Coast see water levels rising, but everyone else on the internet using unheard of websites are reporting extremely high tides?
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this is not unheard webside it's [link to www.wunderground.com] [link to twitter.com]

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