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Either Way You Look at It, A Storm is Coming. How Bad?

November 3, 2012; 7:51 AM ET


It's Saturday morning and the storm Wednesday on the Euro and GFS is looking worse with with every run. While not on the magnitude of Sandy, the storm could bring coastal flooding and gales to the areas already destroyed by Sandy. My heart goes out to all those folks affected by Sandy just knowing that they have to go through another storm that will only add insult to injury. With the beaches changed and the lack of dunes to protect the Jersey towns, there is a good chance the coastal flooding could be very bad in this situation. Normally, a storm like this would cause coastal flooding and some over wash into the streets, but without the protection, I am really not sure what will happen if the tide comes back up again.

To me, this looks like a bad situation developing..

GFS Model

Euro Model

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