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BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']

Bill D 26 Oct 12 - 12:04 PM
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Subject: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Bill D
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 12:04 PM

They are predicting Super Storm Sandy



THIS WILL INCLUDE Mudcat home....Max will see $#&&%%* weather

3 different weather systems coming together at NJ, NY, etc.... lasting for maybe 3 days.

We are in Wash DC area, and today, Friday, setting up for a craft show on the other side of the I-495 beltway. Packing and getting home Sunday nite should be 'interesting'.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Ebbie
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 12:34 PM

This may not be fun. You may want to pack up a bit earlier, OK? One of the scariest things about a storm is the stuff flying through the air.

Stay safe, ya hear?


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: saulgoldie
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 12:42 PM

Well, at least we can count on PEPCO to not let us down, right Bill?

(By the way, there is a double shot of scotch with your name on it that I am buying some day when we can get together.)

Saul


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Bill D
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 01:03 PM

Yum!(leaving in 20 minutes)

Oh...PEPCO... sure... they'll be.... somewhere


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Midchuck
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 01:52 PM

Woulda been an even more interesting Getaway than usual, if it had been a month earlier and followed the present projected track.

P.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: redhorse
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 02:10 PM

I'm flying to Seattle from uk tomorrow, via Atlanta. Hope it doesn't reach too far inland..........................


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: gnu
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 02:52 PM

http://text.weatheroffice.gc.ca/hurricane/track_e.html

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Yo, Max... shine up yer gummies eh.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Rapparee
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 03:05 PM

Yeah, my wife's in DC -- well, Silver Spring.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Charley Noble
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 05:02 PM

Preparation is a good idea. I was checking a few things down at my mother's farm, making sure there was back-up propane for the generator, that the barn doors were closed and locked, things like that. Need to remind her to recharge her cellular phone and give us a practice call.

Down at the village marina they were busily hauling in the boats and storing them in the big sheds.

We really don't have much to worry about here in Richmond, 20 miles inland up the Kennebec River, except for the campaign signs. Best pick them up on Monday, check!

Cheerily,
Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: gnu
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 06:06 PM

I expect a non-event. "Super-storm"? WTF?


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Dan Schatz
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 06:15 PM

Current forecast has the eye of the storm heading pretty much straight for us - and then on to Max. What he'll have to deal with is the combination of the hurricane, or what's left of it, and the winter storm coming in from the west. The worst of the storm will be for those of us north of the eye.

This storm pretty much terrifies me - last year I spent all night during Irene with a flashlight in one hand and a mop in the other, trying to keep the water out of the finished part of the basement. With the exception of one small area, I succeeded too, but damn, it was a long night. Now we have larger gutters and a sump pump, but it's electric, so....

Should have gotten a generator!

Last year Hurricane Irene also put about an inch of water in my congregation's religious education wing, and the "remnants" of Lee put two feet. So we're all pretty nervous around here.

And of course, we remember what Irene did to Magpie and Kim and Reggie Harris's bridge - I sure hope they'll be okay.

The problem with weaker storms is that they're also slower storms, which means they dump a whole lot more rain. The storm everyone's comparing this to is Hurricane Agnes. Now, I was born during Hurricane Agnes - perhaps the very definition of a calamitous event.

Dan


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Janie
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 07:06 PM

Bill, looks like Will and Jill at Brazenhead had best either batten down the hatches or get prepared for an early ski season!


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Subject: BS: Hurricane Sandy...
From: Bobert
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 07:33 PM

Hey, ya'll....

There's a big ass hurricane coming up the east coast and is gonna fuck up a lot of stuff...

Hope everyone that is in its path takes the warning seriously and comes out safe...

B~


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Nancy King
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 09:25 PM

LOL, Dan!


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Subject: RE: BS: Hurricane Sandy...
From: Beer
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 10:07 PM

Good advice Bobert and I wish all the folks the best as well.
Adrien


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Subject: RE: BS: Hurricane Sandy...
From: ChanteyLass
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 10:14 PM

I hope so, too. Last year I was without power for about 24 hours but know others who were without it for almost a week. For those who use wells (which I did until about 12 years ago), that meant no water (water for this purpose stored by filling bathtubs was soon exhausted), and for those who have certain landline phones provided by cable TV companies, that meant no phone service. The local Y to which I belong let nonmembers come in for showers, use their own laptops, and recharge cellphones. My phone worked even when the power was out.

Sandy, head out to sea. Don't disrupt life here or elsewhere.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: ChanteyLass
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 10:24 PM

Sandy, head out to sea. Non of us will welcome you!


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Charley Noble
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 10:40 PM

Dan-

Good luck with this one.

Propane generators are far superior to the gasoline ones...

Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: GUEST,999
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 10:41 PM

ChanteyLass, that's a song. Not just a title, but a song. Melody line that's neutral and a harmony that uses high and low notes.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Beer
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 10:45 PM

Couldn't agree with you more.
Great line with so many possibilities.
Adrien


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: John on the Sunset Coast
Date: 26 Oct 12 - 11:19 PM

I hope all you folks in the storm area take all the proper precautions and remain safe.
JotSC


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: Bee-dubya-ell
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 12:00 AM

As a native Floridian and survivor of a number of hurricanes, I can offer you folks in Sandy's path a few bits of advice:

Don't waste your time and money buying lots of Spam and sardines. You'll never eat them. If you get hit that hard, FEMA and the National Guard will provide you with MREs. They are much better than Spam and sardines.

If you own a chainsaw and you decide to evacuate, take the saw with you. Otherwise, any tree that falls will seek out the toolshed where your chainsaw is stored and crush both the shed and the saw just for spite.

If you have an Aunt Clara who lives in Lexington, Kentucky, this would be a great time for a visit.

If you're going to ride the storm out, stock up on Tums.


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Subject: RE: BS: Hurricane Sandy...
From: EBarnacle
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 12:15 AM

Lady Hillary and I left Fort Lauderdale this AM after a business meeting and are on our way back to NJ. At present, we are halfway home and enjoying the night in an economy motel in South Carolina. Tomorrow should see us rolling into Lady Hillary's mom's about 9 PM, just before the storm hits. We had intermittent bands of wind and rain through Florida but from the Georgia border have seen clear sailing.

More to come.

Threads combined and thread title amended. - Mod


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 07:58 AM

Oops. My post was messed up (by me, obviously). Essentially, I expect a non-event HERE but the media is generating fear unduly at this point in time, given the projections of both US and CAN weather services.

I hope Sandy doesn't cause too much damage but it's gonna be touch and go as far as NY and maybe even further if Sandy picks up moisture in the Great Lakes area.

Oh... yeah... here's a few more sites...

http://radar.weather.gov/Conus/index_loop.php

http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/radar/index_e.html

http://text.weatheroffice.gc.ca/satellite/animateweb_e.html?imagetype=satellite&imagename=goes_ecan_vvi_m_..................jpg&nbimages=1&clf=1


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US
From: maeve
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 10:10 AM

Thanks for the links, gnu.

Happy storm negotiation to us all.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Mrrzy
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 01:21 PM

Is there a name for the other front, moving SSE/ESE towards Sandy who is heading NNW/WNW?


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 01:28 PM

Yeah... SOB!

At least, that's what I assume 9, Beer, LH, Charmion... etc, MIGHT be calling it on Thursday.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Tinker
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 02:11 PM

Irene left 15 inches in our basement after the power went out. I am getting everything up and well off floor. Okay, significantly off the floor and plastic bins need to be two feet off the floor as well, I do not want to find them tipped, wet and floating this time.

The yard furniture is all stashed in the garage and there is food we like if the power goes out. I have the internet hot spot and antenna. Last time we had power but no internet or FIOS for 3 weeks.

I keep reminding myself that it is easier to clean when it is dry and organized than when it is soggy and floating..

I am not amused.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: GUEST,Chongo Chimp
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 02:25 PM

A tree house might be the best thing for this kinda weather, if it's strong enough....and if the tree don't blow over!

On second thought, a cave might be the best idea. A cave on high ground.

- Chongo


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 02:59 PM

Tree house. Ya knoooowwww, that begs the question. Since chimps make their beds in nests of leaves in trees, what do you do in winter, Chongo. I mean, wouldn't a Chongo wanna be in the Congo in February?


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 03:05 PM

Or, do you own a bunch of houses here and there like Twit Romney?


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Jeri
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 03:13 PM

I should have replaced the basement storm/screen door and the trim, but the inner door is solid and once the snow packs up around it, everything will be closed off until spring. I think the most likely thing that might happen would be my shed crashing. That needs to be replaced anyway.

  • As for the power going off, it does that quite a bit here. I don't have that much to lose in the fridge & freezer and it will keep cold for a few days as long as I don't open it.
  • It's too mild for pipes to freeze.
  • I have a fireplace and some wood.
  • I need to get potable water and a bucket or two full of water for flushing toilets because that's usually one of the most annoying things.
  • Full tank of gas in the car. To escape somewhere civilized, and drive to McD's for coffee...and food.
  • Charged phone, but I have an old-fashioned land line too.

I also need to go buy extra batteries and toilet paper, because that's what one does. Then, I can sit home with my fire, flashlights and probably candles or an oil lamp and my laptop, and post away... or more likely, just watch the the Weather Channel on TV.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 04:32 PM

I just went to the Chinese Tire website and see they have a new power box at many times the price I paid for the 5, yes, FIVE, I have. I can run a light in Mum's living room for days... I can run her TV for days... I can run my PC and connect to NP Power and find out the power outage status. I can charge a cell phone... I can...

BUT, they have a "new and improved" 800 power box... and it's priced well over what I paid for mine... the link is toooo long... google "MotoMaster Eliminator 800A Powerbox" to see what I am talkin bout. Excellent riggin to have.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: JohnInKansas
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 04:48 PM

Some change in predictions in a new report about 3 hours ago, but changes in what I've seen are worse instead of better. The whole report is too long to post here, but it, and others similar, need to be watched by people anywhere close to the danger areas.

Forecaster: Get ready for life-threatening Hurricane Sandy

'People in the high impact zone from Virginia to Southern New England have one day left to make preparations'

The prediction in this report is for as long as 5 or 6 days of bad weather, and suggests power outages that may take two weeks to be restored when the storm gets done, in some areas. The site linked has both video clips and text, so take your pick.

It does look as if this system is something you shouldn't ignore, so please do try to keep up with latest predictions and find safe places appropriately.

(Macho ain't healthy, with these kinds of risks.)

John


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 05:37 PM

Gosh! That's a lotta rain!


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Charley Noble
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 07:02 PM

Current maps now show the eye of Sandy coming ashore in central New Jersey 8 AM Tuesday.

Charley Noble


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 07:24 PM

Jeri lives up the road from us and I think has the same power company. We lose power if a butterfly slams into a pole, so we're used to it.

It's not going to be cold (this time), but we CAN use the woodstove (and we have plenty of firewood) and can also cook reasonably well on it. If we have no power, we lose the pump for the well, so we always have extra water on hand. (Back in the days when the pipes would freeze, we learned how much the cats hate seltzer.) We have a composting toilet so we don't have to worry about that. We keep chargable flashlights charged and have batteries for everything else. Car charger for the cell phone (which we can't use around the house or neighborhood cuz we're in a dead zone, but if we're going to McDonald's for coffee anyway...). Our landline is through Comcast so no power, no phone. I can afford a break from the computer...

If we don't have power on Wednesday, Jeri can still come to dinner which will be heated up on the woodstove and served by candlelight. Booze will be served and music will probably happen.

I'm a survivor of the 1978 storms on the southern Maine coast. A local inn washed out to sea. I lived temporarily on an island. And all the nail pounders in the state lived comfortably off the work for a year. Oh, and snow shut down everything inland for a couple days.

We were snowed in for about four days in April of 1982. Thanks to ice storms and wind storms and snowstorms and tornadoes, we've been without power for up to six days.

We try to always be prepared...but we're certainly not worried. But we're not going to do anything stupid either. Glad I no longer have to deal with bosses who want me to drive in unsafe weather.

Linn


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 07:33 PM

I got quite a few relatives there, Charley. I hope thet they and everyone else have their gummies on.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 07:51 PM

Missed yer post, BG... sounds like ye's have it cased. Good on yas an good luck.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Jeri
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 08:39 PM

Looks like not central NJ, but the dangly bit on the bottom, then ton to Delaware, between Wilmington and Dover.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: EBarnacle
Date: 27 Oct 12 - 11:41 PM

Waal, Lady Hillary and I got to her Mom's this evenin'. All is peaceful, some wind on the way up. Still no rain in owah path.

On the way up Lady Hillary was talking with a bunch of othah Hams [kc2hla if yer one, general license, usually working 2 meter band] and there was commentary about how many gensets were headed up fer people who shouldda got 'em long ago. The hatches are battened down and the hand grips are in place. No vehicles near trees or fragile structures.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: ChanteyLass
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 02:00 AM

Gnu, that power box sounds wonderful. I never knew such a thing existed. My ex was an electrician and very handy, and even he never got a generator for our house in a rural area where we could be without power for days, so I've never looked into a generator. But the power box sounds like something I could use--although it may be too late to charge it for this storm.

One thing I will do is turn the setting on my hot water heater to it's highest. If we lose power, I will have water but the water heater won't heat any new water as I use the water already in it.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Jeri
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 10:59 AM

NOW it's aimed at central NJ. I'm not overly fond of this tendency to creep farther north, although the worst of what usually reach is me is the wet and the no-power results of storms.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: gnu
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 12:23 PM

"many times" the price... sorry... twice the last price (on sale) that I paid.


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: maeve
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 02:30 PM

Ready For the Storm- Dougie MacLean

Hallelujah, The Great Storm Is Over- Bob Franke

Other favorites for stormy weather?


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Dan Schatz
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 02:52 PM

Well there's a really good one about an Ice Storm on the Mudcat seasonal CD.

Dan


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Janie
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 03:04 PM

The Storms are on the Ocean

There's a Storm Out On the Ocean   (I'd like to hear these kids singing where they could be better heard. Not the greatest recording but I like their energy.)


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: bobad
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 03:08 PM

Some pics showing the massive size of Sandy: http://gizmodo.com/5955575/earth-photo-shows-sandys-massive-size?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: bobad
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 03:27 PM

Some web cams monitoring the US coast as Sandy hits:http://qz.com/20753/nyse-and-nasdaq-plan-to-stay-open-as-hurricane-sandy-approaches/


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Subject: RE: BS: Storm warnings-east coast US ['Sandy']
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 28 Oct 12 - 03:38 PM

I absolutely loathe the sound of generators up and down the road when we're powerless. It's as if we're just not allowed silence in our world (or neighborhood). And why, exactly, do generators have to be even louder than power lawnmowers?

I'm wary of generators anyway -- People I've worked with at Sears and who SELL generators and have an electrical background don't have a generator themselves and warned me away from them because of various hazards. I just don't trust them.

I can get along without power for a few days if necessary.

Linn


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