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Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!

 
Johnny Danger
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Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
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TROPICAL STORM BERYL ADVISORY NUMBER 6
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL022006
500 PM EDT WED JUL 19 2006

...BERYL GETTING STRONGER AS IT MOVES NORTHWARD AND PARALLELS THE
EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES...
...TROPICAL STORM WATCH ISSUED FOR SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS...

AT 5 PM EDT...2100 UTC...A TROPICAL STORM WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR
SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS FROM PLYMOUTH SOUTHWARD AND WESTWARD TO
WOODS HOLE...INCLUDING CAPE COD...NANTUCKET ISLAND AND MARTHA'S
VINEYARD.

FOR STORM INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA...INCLUDING POSSIBLE
INLAND WATCHES AND WARNINGS...PLEASE MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED
BY YOUR LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE.

AT 500 PM EDT...2100Z...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM BERYL WAS
LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 36.3 NORTH...LONGITUDE 73.5 WEST OR ABOUT 135
MILES...220 KM...NORTHEAST OF CAPE HATTERAS NORTH CAROLINA AND ABOUT
390 MILES...630 KM...SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF NANTUCKET MASSACHUSETTS.

BERYL IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTH NEAR 8 MPH...13 KM/HR. THIS GENERAL
MOTION IS FORECAST TO CONTINUE TONIGHT... WITH A GRADUAL TURN
TOWARD THE NORTH-NORTHEAST EXPECTED ON THURSDAY.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 60 MPH...95 KM/HR...WITH HIGHER
GUSTS. SOME SLIGHT STRENGTHENING IS POSSIBLE DURING THE NEXT 12 TO
24 HOURS.

TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS EXTEND OUTWARD UP TO 100 MILES...160 KM
...MAINLY NORTHEAST THROUGH SOUTHEAST OF THE CENTER.

THE ESTIMATED MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1002 MB...29.59 INCHES.

REPEATING THE 500 PM EDT POSITION...36.3 N...73.5 W. MOVEMENT
TOWARD...NORTH NEAR 8 MPH. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...60 MPH.
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1002 MB.

AN INTERMEDIATE ADVISORY WILL BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE
CENTER AT 800 PM EDT FOLLOWED BY THE NEXT COMPLETE ADVISORY AT 1100
PM EDT.

$$
FORECASTER STEWART
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stfu winter nor easters have packed more punch then this little one.
We are officially out of the UFO business and back bagging groceries at Ralph's Grocery Mart.
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
"BERYL IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTH NEAR 8 MPH...13 KM/HR. THIS GENERAL
MOTION IS FORECAST TO CONTINUE TONIGHT... WITH A GRADUAL TURN
TOWARD THE NORTH-NORTHEAST EXPECTED ON THURSDAY."

Maybe I'm missing something here, but where does it say it's on a "westward" track?

Stop with the hysteria, please!
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winter nor easters have packed more punch then this little one.
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I said the same thing in another thread. This is nothing compared to a noreaster.
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
Winds stretch out 100 miles from the center.

Oh forget it: You deserve what you get.

Stay. How about a Hurricane Party on top of some buildings.

jD
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Star Jones ass flab is bigger than this storm.
We are officially out of the UFO business and back bagging groceries at Ralph's Grocery Mart.
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it's gonna hit NY !!!!!!!
scream scream scream
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
BERYL HAS BEEN MOVING SLIGHTLY EAST OF DUE
NORTH FOR THE PAST 12 HOURS OR SO. THIS GENERAL MOTION IS EXPECTED
TO CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT 12-24 HOURS AS BERYL MOVES NORTHWARD
THROUGH A BREAK IN THE SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AND IS INFLUENCED MAINLY
BY DEEP SOUTHERLY STEERING FLOW.

No biggie, Nor'easters are a lot worse than this.
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I dont care any more. Screw you all.

jD
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
Can't remember the details, but it wouldn't take a Katrina to really smack NYC hard.

Some show I saw....those buildings weren't designed for, I think....Class 3 storms...

If those waters of NJ are warm enough to allow this to strengthen...

Man...this could get interesting..

Especially when you think of how wind gets faster when it gets channeled by ...breezeways, canyons, valleys, mountaintops...

SKYSCRAPERS.
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I dont care any more. Screw you all.

jD
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byekitty
We are officially out of the UFO business and back bagging groceries at Ralph's Grocery Mart.
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
Storm track is still into the Atlantic. Even if it hits NYC, it's a little windy and rainy.

Give up on the doom.

[link to www.nhc.noaa.gov]
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
July 19 (Bloomberg) -- Tropical Storm Beryl, may help alleviate the heat wave in the New York area, even if it follows current forecasts and avoids a U.S landfall.

Some strengthening is expected during the next 24 hours as Beryl, now moving NORTH at 9 mph, parallels the Atlantic coast,By tomorrow morning it's forecast to be south of New York.


Beryl isn't likely to cause rain or long-term flooding in New York or surrounding areas, forecasters said. If the storm veers from its current track to the north and east, tropical storm watches may be issued from Long Island, New York, to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, as early as tonight,


It's unlikely Beryl will ever grow strong enough to be categorized as a hurricane, something that happens when a tropical storm's sustained wind speed reaches at least 74 mph, Stewart said.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]


We'll see what happens, hurricanes are indeed unpredictable.
And again -.-"
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Re: Tropical Storm Beryl has taken a more westward track. I'm tell you NYC: Prepare!
i have read the complete thread and noticed that you got no clue what you're talking about.

so i'm going to tell you something about the tropics.

there are 2 steps before a storm reaches hurricanestrengh:

Tropical depression:
Once a group of thunderstorms has come together under the right atmospheric conditions for a long enough time, they may organize into a tropical depression. Winds near the center are constantly between 20 and 34 knots (23 - 39 mph).

A tropical depression is designated when the first appearance of a lowered pressure and organized circulation in the center of the thunderstorm complex occurs. A surface pressure chart will reveal at least one closed isobar to reflect this lowering.

Tropical Storm:
Once a tropical depression has intensified to the point where its maximum sustained winds are between 35-64 knots (39-73 mph), it becomes a tropical storm. It is at this time that it is assigned a name. During this time, the storm itself becomes more organized and begins to become more circular in shape -- resembling a hurricane.

The rotation of a tropical storm is more recognizable than for a tropical depression. Tropical storms can cause a lot of problems even without becoming a hurricane. However, most of the problems a tropical storm cause stem from heavy rainfall.

Hurricane:
As surface pressures continue to drop, a tropical storm becomes a hurricane when sustained wind speeds reach 64 knots (74 mph). A pronounced rotation develops around the central core.

Hurricanes are Earth's strongest tropical cyclones. A distinctive feature seen on many hurricanes and are unique to them is the dark spot found in the middle of the hurricane. This is called the eye. Surrounding the eye is the region of most intense winds and rainfall called the eye wall. Large bands of clouds and precipitation spiral from the eye wall and are thusly called spiral rain bands.

Hurricane categorys:
The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale is a 1-5 rating based on the hurricane's present intensity. This is used to give an estimate of the potential property damage and flooding expected along the coast from a hurricane landfall. Wind speed is the determining factor in the scale, as storm surge values are highly dependent on the slope of the continental shelf and the shape of the coastline, in the landfall region. Note that all winds are using the U.S. 1-minute average.

Category One Hurricane:
Winds 74-95 mph (64-82 kt or 119-153 km/hr). Storm surge generally 4-5 ft above normal. No real damage to building structures. Damage primarily to unanchored mobile homes, shrubbery, and trees. Some damage to poorly constructed signs. Also, some coastal road flooding and minor pier damage. Hurricane Lili of 2002 made landfall on the Louisiana coast as a Category One hurricane. Hurricane Gaston of 2004 was a Category One hurricane that made landfall along the central South Carolina coast.

Category Two Hurricane:
Winds 96-110 mph (83-95 kt or 154-177 km/hr). Storm surge generally 6-8 feet above normal. Some roofing material, door, and window damage of buildings. Considerable damage to shrubbery and trees with some trees blown down. Considerable damage to mobile homes, poorly constructed signs, and piers. Coastal and low-lying escape routes flood 2-4 hours before arrival of the hurricane center. Small craft in unprotected anchorages break moorings. Hurricane Frances of 2004 made landfall over the southern end of Hutchinson Island, Florida as a Category Two hurricane. Hurricane Isabel of 2003 made landfall near Drum Inlet on the Outer Banks of North Carolina as a Category 2 hurricane.

Category Three Hurricane:
Winds 111-130 mph (96-113 kt or 178-209 km/hr). Storm surge generally 9-12 ft above normal. Some structural damage to small residences and utility buildings with a minor amount of curtainwall failures. Damage to shrubbery and trees with foliage blown off trees and large trees blown down. Mobile homes and poorly constructed signs are destroyed. Low-lying escape routes are cut by rising water 3-5 hours before arrival of the center of the hurricane. Flooding near the coast destroys smaller structures with larger structures damaged by battering from floating debris. Terrain continuously lower than 5 ft above mean sea level may be flooded inland 8 miles (13 km) or more. Evacuation of low-lying residences with several blocks of the shoreline may be required. Hurricanes Jeanne and Ivan of 2004 were Category Three hurricanes when they made landfall in Florida and in Alabama, respectively.

Category Four Hurricane:
Winds 131-155 mph (114-135 kt or 210-249 km/hr). Storm surge generally 13-18 ft above normal. More extensive curtainwall failures with some complete roof structure failures on small residences. Shrubs, trees, and all signs are blown down. Complete destruction of mobile homes. Extensive damage to doors and windows. Low-lying escape routes may be cut by rising water 3-5 hours before arrival of the center of the hurricane. Major damage to lower floors of structures near the shore. Terrain lower than 10 ft above sea level may be flooded requiring massive evacuation of residential areas as far inland as 6 miles (10 km). Hurricane Charley of 2004 was a Category Four hurricane made landfall in Charlotte County, Florida with winds of 150 mph. Hurricane Dennis (pdf) of 2005 struck the island of Cuba as a Category Four hurricane.

Category Five Hurricane:
Winds greater than 155 mph (135 kt or 249 km/hr). Storm surge generally greater than 18 ft above normal. Complete roof failure on many residences and industrial buildings. Some complete building failures with small utility buildings blown over or away. All shrubs, trees, and signs blown down. Complete destruction of mobile homes. Severe and extensive window and door damage. Low-lying escape routes are cut by rising water 3-5 hours before arrival of the center of the hurricane. Major damage to lower floors of all structures located less than 15 ft above sea level and within 500 yards of the shoreline. Massive evacuation of residential areas on low ground within 5-10 miles (8-16 km) of the shoreline may be required. Only 3 Category Five Hurricanes have made landfall in the United States since records began: The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935, Hurricane Camille (1969), and Hurricane Andrew in August, 1992. The 1935 Labor Day Hurricane struck the Florida Keys with a minimum pressure of 892 mb--the lowest pressure ever observed in the United States. Hurricane Camille struck the Mississippi Gulf Coast causing a 25-foot storm surge, which inundated Pass Christian. Hurricane Andrew of 1992 made landfall over southern Miami-Dade County, Florida causing 26.5 billion dollars in losses--the costliest hurricane on record. In addition, Hurricane Wilma (pdf) of 2005 was a Category Five hurricane at peak intensity and is the strongest Atlantic tropical cyclone on record with a minimum pressure of 882 mb.

And if NOAA says there will be no storm making landfall, then there will be no storm making landfall...they know what they're doing...that's their job.

And why do you make doomsday out of nothing...every year we have depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes...thats the weather and not doomsday. gesh!
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I dont care any more. Screw you all.

jD
 Quoting: Johnny Danger 116563



Man JD ,where's the love?

There's doom and then there's DOOM!

Sorry man , but this just isn't doom.

BTW: Are you kin to EAT?
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Madison Square Garden will be NY's "dome of death"

Whatever you do don't go in the dome! They'll promise you safety, but you'll only get DEATH! DEATH I tell ya!



gaah
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It probably will strike the
BIG APPLE, but just be heavy rain.

Unless it skirts tight against the coastline, the water is too cold for this storm to pick up in intensity.

Don't worry, be happy, NYC can us a good wash down daily so once in a while is no prblem
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Madison Square Garden will be NY's "dome of death"

Whatever you do don't go in the dome! They'll promise you safety, but you'll only get DEATH! DEATH I tell ya!



gaah
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another do
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