shafnutz05 wrote:CBear3 wrote:shafnutz05 wrote:Every model is shifting more to match the European model, possibly bringing it up through south Jersey right into eastern PA. The Philly weather forecaster said that as of right now, the best case model (which is steadily worsening) indicates seven inches of rain or more are possible Sun through Wed down here.
Great, I'm supposed to fly back out of Philly Sunday night.
That's going to be dicey, but you should be ok.
5PM NHC advisory just came out...track shifts further west, having it over south central Jersey as a tropical storm Tuesday afternoon
shafnutz05 wrote:Definitely working from home Monday and Tuesday...no way I am drivin into philly with this stuff.
shafnutz05 wrote:We just buy the gallons of water so we can flush the toilet
blackjack68 wrote:I know Shad, Shmenguin, and I are in the projected middle of this mess. Who else?
JS© wrote:updated wind speed forecastSpoiler:
shafnutz05 wrote:JS© wrote:updated wind speed forecastSpoiler:
Hmm...this can't be surface winds. It shows 88 knots for southeast PA and Maryland, which isn't really possible (this comes to over 100 mph). The max sustained winds don't come close to that, and there's no way the gusts are approaching that inland that far.
These may be winds at 5000ft
Edit: just checked, 900 hpa is 3000 ft