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funny, this reporter said "hide in your basement" with a tornado watch...
Originally posted by Useful 1diot
Okay, so the storms are merging and heading my way...
Does this mean that Wilma/Alpha will become stronger?
Ingredients are coming together for a strong East Coast storm Tuesday and into Wednesday. A storm system tracking through the Ohio Valley will merge with Hurricane Wilma as she races up the Eastern Seaboard. Add in leftover energy from Alpha and we have quite the storm. Besides heavy rainfall winds will be quite gusty. Wind gusts on Tuesday will near 40 mph in Philadelphia, 50 mph in New York City and near 60 mph in Boston. In fact, it is not out of the question that hurricane-force winds will be felt along the New England coastline late on Tuesday...
Originally posted by dangermouse
Hopefully we hear from her soon.
Ptolomeo, I had that problem once last night with the page layout but not today.
I have been reading about the merging of Wilma and Alpha and would that be the first in history? Do we really know the effects of such a storm?
[edit on 24-10-2005 by Ptolomeo]