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Originally posted by Nyiah
I predict this will be a whole bunch of nothing. Approaching weather systems & cooler water considered, it's probably going to stay well offshore, and weak.
I'm still hoping for a sharp left turn to FL when it gets over the Bahamas, as much of a flat 0% chance as it is. We still need the rain, and unlike the wussy New Englanders, we ain't afraid of no wind down here
Federal forecasters warn that much of the eastern U.S. has a good chance for several sloppy days of weather mayhem early next week. They predict heavy rain or snow, persistent gale-force winds, storm surge and flooding from an unusual hybrid of hurricane and winter storm. Meteorologists predict that Hurricane Sandy in the Caribbean will collide with an early winter storm from the West and a blast of arctic air from the North, sloshing and parking over the country's most populous coastal corridor starting Sunday. The worst of it should be early Tuesday, but it could stretch into Halloween on Wednesday and beyond. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration warns it will hit around the full moon, increasing the potential for flooding. Read more: www.vancouversun.com...