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10-27-2012, 11:16 AM
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OT Super Storm Montreal

http://www.globalmontreal.com/super-...88381481237582


Super-storm' heading to Canada's East Coast just in time for Halloween
Halifax and Montreal likely to feel the brunt


Montreal feeling the effects

Anthony Farnell predicts that Montreal could get anywhere from 50-75 mm with amounts across southern Ontario including Toronto averaging closer to 100 mm.

Winds across both Quebec and Ontario will also likely gust over tropical storm force for at least a day or two.

Both private and federal meteorologists are calling this a storm that will likely go down in the history books.

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This is getting out of hand.

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Meteomedia predicts about 10mm total for the whole week...

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I expect this thing ends up being nowhere near as dangerous as it is hyped out to be.

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I expect this thing ends up being nowhere near as dangerous as it is hyped out to be.
For Quebec? Not at all. Ontario might have it a bit worse. For the US East Coast? It's going to be bad.

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December 21 is still two months away...

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For Quebec? Not at all. Ontario might have it a bit worse. For the US East Coast? It's going to be bad.
Yeah, I meant for Quebec.

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Yeah, I meant for Quebec.
It will be a ****** couple of days. Windy with strong gusts and some rain. Also high waters in Quebec City with strong N-E winds in the St-Lawrence river.

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I survived the terrible earthquake 3 weeks ago, I will survive this super storm!


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I expect this thing ends up being nowhere near as dangerous as it is hyped out to be.
From someone who lives in Pennsylvania, I hope to heck you are right.

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From someone who lives in Pennsylvania, I hope to heck you are right.
Oh, no. You are screwed. Sorry.

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Oh, no. You are screwed. Sorry.
Wow what a dick you are

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Oh, no. You are screwed. Sorry.
Whatever happens, happens I guess.

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Whatever happens, happens I guess.
I'm no expert (yet). Seems like the HPC has PA for 3-5 inches of precip for the next few days. Western PA could even see some snow. I still think the most impressive thing about Sandy is it's windfield. Its central pressure is forecasted to be so deep gusts above 60 mph won't be rare. Once Sandy lands the storm will weaken quickly.

As long as you're not in a valley of some sorts. That would suck.

EDIT: If you're worried or simply interested in the events, I suggest you to read this http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/show.html. He's a pretty good meteorologist and somewhere he's talking about the expected rainfalls and impacts of Sandy.


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From someone who lives in Pennsylvania, I hope to heck you are right.
I'm in souteastern PA, just outside of south philly. Looks like it's going to rain a little.

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Well the world is supposed to end soon anyway.

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I'm no expert (yet). Seems like the HPC has PA for 3-5 inches of precip for the next few days. Western PA could even see some snow. I still think the most impressive thing about Sandy is it's windfield. Its central pressure is forecasted to be so deep gusts above 60 mph won't be rare. Once Sandy lands the storm will weaken quickly.

As long as you're not in a valley of some sorts. That would suck.

EDIT: If you're worried or simply interested in the events, I suggest you to read this http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/show.html. He's a pretty good meteorologist and somewhere he's talking about the expected rainfalls and impacts of Sandy.
Lower Susquehanna Valley

And that's what caught my eye in the link you posted. Interesting stuff about the Susquehanna Valley. Last year we had the rain without much wind. A lot of banks are eroded so I don't how much rain it will take to go over the banks again. The wind is going to be a whole other story. Again erosion and moist soils have left trees exposed. We don't have a good combination ATM. LOL

Edited to add............thanks for the link..........it's an interesting blog.

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Lower Susquehanna Valley

And that's what caught my eye in the link you posted. Interesting stuff about the Susquehanna Valley. Last year we had the rain without much wind. A lot of banks are eroded so I don't how much rain it will take to go over the banks again. The wind is going to be a whole other story. Again erosion and moist soils have left trees exposed. We don't have a good combination ATM. LOL

Edited to add............thanks for the link..........it's an interesting blog.
Irene was terrible. I hope you guys don't get hit as hard with this one.

Most importantly, stay safe.

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There was a 7.7 earthquake near BC and it triggered a tsunami.

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