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Hurricane Sandy Heads North: The Perfect Storm For The Northeast?

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Hurrican Sandy: regardless of how the predictions pan out, boaters need to take heed.

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It's not nice right now, some of the beaches, jetties and piers are going to be closed, looks like another freshwater day for me. Sunday the weather improves.

Friday

Tropical storm conditions expected. North northwest winds 32 to 37 knots with gusts to around 50 knots along the coast to north northwest 34 to 41 knots with gusts to around 55 knots in the Gulf Stream. Along the coast...seas 14 to 17 feet with occasional seas up to 20 feet. In the Gulf Stream... seas 17 to 21 feet with occasional seas up to 24 feet building to over 20 feet with occasional seas up to 28 feet in the afternoon. Dominant period 10 seconds. Intracoastal waters extremely rough in exposed areas. Showers likely and chance of thunderstorms.

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I am up north on long island. luckily i am on the north shore. people along the south shore (ocean side) should expect a lot of storm surge. winds don't look as bad as many thought. the cooler water of the northern atlantic should make this storm just turn into a huge noreaster. as of now noaa is expecting the storm to make landfall south jersey/delmarva area

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