Dangerous Irene's Wind and Rainfall for East Coast Cities

August 27, 2011; 9:30 PM ET
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The following is a table that lists expected impacts from Irene for major cities along the East Coast of the U.S.

City

Highest Wind

S=Sustained

G= Gust

Total Rainfall

Cape Hatteras

S 70-80 mph

G 80-100mph

6-8"

Virginia Beach

S 40-50 mph

G 70-80 mph

6-8"

Richmond

S 25-30 mph

G 50-55 mph

4-6"

Washington DC

S 25-30 mph

G 40-45 mph

3-6"

Baltimore

S 25-35 mph

G 40-50 mph

4-8"

Atlantic City

S 40-50 mph

G 70-80 mph

4-6"

Philadelphia

S 30-40 mph

G 50-60 mph

6-8"

New York City

S 50-60 mph

G 65-75 mph

8-12"

Islip

S 50-60 mph

G 70-80 mph

4-6"

Albany

S 20-30 mph

G 40-50 mph

6-10"

Hartford

S 40-60 mph

G 65-75 mph

4-6"

Providence

S 35-45 mph

G 60-70 mph

2-4"

Boston

S 35-45 mph

G 50-60 mph

2-4"

Concord, NH

S 20-40 mph

G 50-60 mph

4-8"

Portland, ME

S 30-40 mph

G 45-60 mph

3-6"

Portland

S 30-40 mph

G 45-55 mph

2-4"

Halifax, NS

S 15-25 mph

G 25-40 mph

1-3"

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