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terrypinder commented that someone needed to take over the mothership.

Here is the second one. I am going to post more links and info as the night goes on. I am in AZ so I won't have power or connection issues.

The first four or so comments are old when I posted this the first time. Ignore them :)

Also we should probably start a list of who will be taking over the next diary or at least thinking about it. I will be up and monitoring this for about 3 more hours or so. Probably see if we can get some of the Night Owl crew to start the nest one.

H/t To Valadon in Weatherdude's diary : Google maps of NYC Evacuation Centers and Red Cross Shelter HERE

It's been brought up in comments that we should probably get this more organized. I am not sure if terrypinder will be able to log back in or not. I have to work tomorrow so I won't be able to update this with new diary links if I were to make this a new actual mothership diary. How do you all want to do this?

WEE MAMA'S Check in Diary

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Wundergrounds Storm Report; Lists flooding and all other kinds of watches

... Coastal Flood Advisory remains in effect until midnight EDT
Monday night...
... Coastal Flood Warning in effect from midnight Monday night to
8 am EDT Wednesday...

The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a
coastal Flood Warning... which is in effect from midnight Monday
night to 8 am EDT Wednesday. The coastal Flood Watch is no longer
in effect. A coastal Flood Advisory remains in effect until
midnight Monday night.

* Tidal anomaly... around 1 foot through tonight... decreasing on
Monday... then significantly increasing to 2 to 3 feet on
Tuesday.

* Timing... around high tide tonight. Tides are likely to decrease
Monday... but will increase Tuesday with flooding possible
throughout the tidal period Tuesday and Tuesday night.

* Expected impacts... minor flooding mainly of sensitive areas
along the western shore of the Bay tonight... possibly through
Monday night. Moderate tidal flooding possible Tuesday and
Tuesday night.

Here are the times of the next high tides
for a few locations from north to south...
on the Chesapeake Bay...
Havre de Grace... 9:49 PM and 10:22 am...
Bowley Bar... 7:41 PM and 7:32 am...
Fort McHenry Baltimore... 6:50 PM and 6:41 am...
Annapolis U.S. Naval Academy... 5:26 PM and 5:13 am...
Chesapeake Beach... 4:03 PM and 3:54 am...
Solomons Island... 2:18 am and 2:49 PM...
Point Lookout... 1:13 am and 2:03 PM...

Now along the Potomac River...
Coltons Point... 3:09 am and 3:24 PM...
Piney Point... 2:33 am and 2:48 PM...

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A coastal Flood Warning means that flooding is occurring or
imminent. Coastal residents in the warned area should be alert
for rising water... and take appropriate action to protect life
and property.

A coastal Flood Advisory indicates that onshore winds and tides
will combine to generate flooding of low areas along the shore.

Heavy snow watches in NC, SC and flooding in VA
... Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect until midnight EDT
Monday night...

A coastal Flood Warning remains in effect until midnight EDT
Monday night.

* Coastal flooding... moderate to severe coastal flooding this
evening... severe coastal flooding likely during the Monday
morning high tide cycle.

* Timing... through Monday evening... with the greatest impact and
water levels likely to occur with the Monday morning high tide
cycle.

* Impacts... water levels this evening will range from 3 to 4 feet
through the Monday morning high tide cycle. Tidal flooding will
continue through the Monday evening tide cycle. Moderate to
severe flooding is expected a few hours either side of high tide
this evening... and severe flooding is expected within a few
hours either side of high tide Monday morning.

* Tides... at Sewells Point... high tide this evening is at 906 PM
with a forecast water level of 6.3 to 6.8 ft MLLW. High tide
Monday morning is at 924 am with a forecast water level of 6.8
to 7.2 ft MLLW. Severe flooding at Sewells Point begins at 7.0
ft MLLW.

* At Kiptopeke... high tide this evening is at 837 PM with a
forecast water level of 5.6 to 5.9 ft MLLW. High tide Monday
morning is at 900 am with a forecast water level of 6.6 to 6.9
ft MLLW. Severe flooding at Kiptopeke begins at 5.5 ft MLLW.

* At Duck NC... high tide this evening is at 720 PM with a
forecast water level of 6.5 to 6.8 ft MLLW. High tide Monday
morning is at 741 am with a forecast water level of 7.6 to 8.0
ft MLLW. This would rival or perhaps exceed the record water
level of 7.82 ft MLLW set with Hurricane Isabel in 2003.

* For local tide and surge forecasts in your location visit
weather.Gov/akq.

* Near shore waves of 9 to 15 feet today through Monday will
result in severe beach erosion.

. Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect until midnight EDT
Monday night...

A coastal Flood Warning remains in effect until midnight EDT
Monday night.

* Coastal flooding... moderate to severe coastal flooding is
expected this evening... moderate to severe flooding likely
with the Monday morning high tide cycle.

* Timing... today through Monday evening... with the greatest
impact and water levels likely to occur with the Sunday night
and Monday morning high tide cycle.

* Impacts... water levels are expected to rise to around 2 to 3
feet above normal. Tidal flooding will continue through the
Monday evening tide cycle. Moderate to severe flooding is
expected a few hours either side of high tide Sunday evening
through Monday morning.

* Tides... at Yorktown... high tide this evening is at 911 PM with
a forecast water level of 5.7 to 6.2 ft. High tide Monday
morning is at 928 am with a forecast water level of 5.5 to 6.0
ft.

* At Windmill Point... high tide this evening is at 1056 PM with
a forecast water level of 3.8 to 4.2 ft MLLW. High tide Monday
morning is at 1113 am with a forecast water level around 4.5
to 5.0 ft MLLW. Severe flooding at Windmill Point begins at
4.0 ft MLLW.

* For local tide and surge forecasts in your location visit
weather.Gov/akq.

Massachusetts

• Storm tide and surge: Up to 4 feet of storm surge on top of tides, with a 10-20% chance of surge exceeding 5 feet.

Storm tide forecast for Buzzards Bay, MA is 7-8 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Woods Hole, MA is 6-7 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Nantucket, MA is 6-7 feet.

• Wind: 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening
• Rain: Widespread totals from 1.5 to 3 inches, with isolated amounts up to 5 inches
• Inland Flooding: Significant urban and small stream flooding is possible, which could linger into Tuesday.
• Power outages: Spotty power outages are possible as wind takes down branches and trees

Rhode Island

• Storm tide and surge: 4 to 5 feet of surge is possible on top of tides, with a 10-20% chance of surge exceeding 5 feet.

Storm tide forecast for Newport, RI is 8-9 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Providence, RI is 10-11 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Block Island, RI is 7-8 feet.

• Wind: 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening
• Rain: Widespread totals from 1.5 to 3 inches, with isolated amounts up to 5 inches
• Inland Flooding: Significant urban and small stream flooding is possible, which could linger into Tuesday.
• Power outages: Spotty power outages are possible as wind takes down branches and trees

Connecticut

• Storm tide and surge: 6 to 9 feet of surge is possible on top of tides, with a 60% chance of surge exceeding 5 feet west of Bridgeport. Surge will be worse as you move west along the Connecticut coastline.

Storm tide forecast for New London, CT is 8-9 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Bridgeport, CT is 14-15 feet.

• Wind: 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening
• Rain: Widespread totals from 1.5 to 3 inches, with isolated amounts up to 5 inches
• Inland Flooding: Significant urban and small stream flooding is possible, which could linger into Tuesday.
• Power outages: Power outages are possible as wind takes down branches and trees

New York

• Storm tide and surge:
Long Island Sound -- 6-7 feet on top of tide with a 50% chance of exceeding 7 feet. Storm tide forecast for Port Jefferson is 13-14 feet.
Manhattan -- 4-5 feet on top of tide with a 40% chance of exceeding 7 feet.
Staten Island -- 4-5 feet on top of tide with a 60% chance of exceeding 7 feet.

Storm tide forecast for Montauk, NY is 7-8 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Port Jefferson, NY is 13-14 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Kings Point, NY is 12-13 feet.
Storm tide forecast for The Battery, NY is 9-10 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Bergen Pt, NY is 10-11 feet.

• Wind: Long duration, damaging winds expected. 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 80 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and night.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 2 to 4 inches, with isolated amounts up to 6 inches, especially in the higher elevations. 1 to 2 inches PER HOUR are expected where the heaviest rain bands set up.
• Inland Flooding: Widespread urban flooding is expected Monday and into Tuesday. Fast-responding streams are expected to flood, as well. The flooding will be exacerbated by blockages in storm drains as well as rising storm tide.
• Power outages: Power outages are possible, even likely, as wind takes down branches and trees.

Pennsylvania

• Storm tide and surge: 1 to 2 feet of surge is possible on top of tides, with a 30-40% chance of surge exceeding 3 feet.

Storm tide forecast for Philadelphia, PA is 8-9 feet.

• Wind: 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 70 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening and into Tuesday. Wind speeds will increase closer to the coast.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 4 to 10 inches, with the highest amounts mainly from Philadelphia metro southward. Heavy rain is expected to begin Sunday night, with the heaviest occurring Monday night into Tuesday.
• Inland Flooding: Significant urban and small stream flooding is possible, which could linger into Tuesday. RIver flooding is possible.
• Power outages: Power outages are likely as wind takes down branches and trees.

New Jersey

• Storm tide and surge: 4 to 5 feet of surge is possible on top of tides, with a 30-50% chance of surge exceeding 7 feet. Surge will be worse as you move north along the New Jersey coastline.

Storm tide forecast for Sandy Hook, NJ is 10-11 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Atlantic City, NJ is 9-10 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Cape May, NJ is 9-10 feet.

• Wind: 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 70 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening and into Tuesday. Wind speeds will increase closer to the coast.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 4 to 10 inches. Heavy rain is expected to begin Sunday night, with the heaviest occurring Monday night into Tuesday.
• Inland Flooding: Significant urban and small stream flooding is possible, which could linger into Tuesday. RIver flooding is possible.
• Power outages: Power outages are likely as wind takes down branches and trees.

Delaware

• Storm tide and surge: 4 to 5 feet of surge is possible on top of tides, with a 20% chance of surge exceeding 6 feet.

Storm tide forecast for Reedy Point, DE is 8-9 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Lewes, DE is 9-10 feet.

• Wind: 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 70 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening and into Tuesday. Wind speeds will increase closer to the coast.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 4 to 10 inches. Heavy rain is expected to begin Sunday night, with the heaviest occurring Monday night into Tuesday.
• Inland Flooding: Significant urban and small stream flooding is possible, which could linger into Tuesday. RIver flooding is possible.
• Power outages: Power outages are likely as wind takes down branches and trees.

Maryland and Washington D.C.

• Storm tide and surge: 4 to 5 feet of surge is possible on top of tides on the ocean coast, with a 10-20% chance of surge exceeding 6 feet.
• Wind: 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening and into Tuesday. Wind speeds will increase closer to the coast, and will also be stronger along the ridges.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 3 to 6 inches, with locally higher amounts, especially in the D.C. metro. Heavy rain is expected to begin Sunday night, with the heaviest occurring Monday night into Tuesday.
• Inland Flooding: Moderate to major flooding is possible on the smaller creeks and streams. Flooding is also possible on the larger mainstream rivers beyond Tuesday.
• Power outages: Power outages are likely as wind takes down branches and trees.

Virginia

• Storm tide and surge: 2 to 4 feet of surge is possible on top of tides on the ocean coast.

Storm tide forecast for Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, VA is 6-7 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Wachapreague, VA is 7-8 feet.
Storm tide forecast for Kiptopeke Beach, VA is 6-7 feet.

• Wind: 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening and into Tuesday. Wind speeds will increase closer to the coast, and will also be stronger along the ridges.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 3 to 6 inches, with locally higher amounts, especially in the D.C. metro. Heavy rain is expected to begin Sunday night, with the heaviest occurring Monday night into Tuesday.
• Inland Flooding: Moderate to major flooding is possible on the smaller creeks and streams. Flooding is also possible on the larger mainstream rivers beyond Tuesday.
• Power outages: Power outages are likely as wind takes down branches and trees.

North Carolina

• Storm tide and surge: 2 to 4 feet of surge is possible on top of tides.

Storm tide forecast for Duck Pier, NC is 7-8 feet.

• Wind: 35 to 45 mph with gusts up to 60 mph. The strongest winds will occur Monday afternoon and evening and into Tuesday. Wind speeds will increase closer to the coast, and will also be stronger along the ridges.
• Rain: Widespread totals from 3 to 6 inches, with locally higher amounts, especially in the D.C. metro. Heavy rain is expected to begin Sunday night, with the heaviest occurring Monday night into Tuesday.
• Inland Flooding: Moderate to major flooding is possible on the smaller creeks and streams. Flooding is also possible on the larger mainstream rivers beyond Tuesday.
• Power outages: Power outages are likely as wind takes down branches and trees.

Jersey Evacuations

I'll add more as the night goes on

6:48 PM PT: List of some petfriendly evac shelters in Jersey and NY and CT and MD

http://www.examiner.com/...

6:50 PM PT: List of "East End" Evacuations and other information. This site seems to be pretty up to date and posting regularly.

http://westhampton-hamptonbays.patch.com/...

H/T to Onomastic - Level 1 Driving Warning DE

7:53 PM PT: h/t to Noweasels

The National Weather Service has increased its peak wind gust estimate to 70 mph for the region and upped rainfall totals to 5-10”.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/... -

This is not good for those narrow streets with skyscrapers, that will make the wind like a frigging wind tunnel.

7:54 PM PT: From the CWG

Here are a set of important statements from the latest National Weather Service statements and discussions:

* A PROLONGED PERIOD OF POWERFUL AND DANGEROUS WINDS IS EXPECTED...LASTING LIKELY WELL INTO TUESDAY BEFORE GRADUALLY SUBSIDING..

* RESIDENTS...VISITORS... AND BUSINESSES ACROSS THE REGION SHOULD PLAN FOR WIDESPREAD POWER AND COMMUNICATION OUTAGES.

* IF THE FORECAST RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE OBSERVED ON A WIDESPREAD BASIS...WIDESPREAD MAJOR FLOODING IS POSSIBLE.

* THIS IS A VERY DANGEROUS STORM WHICH WILL AFFECT THE ENTIRE AREA REGARDLESS OF WHERE THE STORM CENTER IS.

* PLEASE TAKE THIS THREAT VERY SERIOUSLY...THIS IS GOING TO CREATE SIGNIFICANT DISRUPTIONS OVER THE NEXT COUPLE DAYS. BE PREPARED TO AT LEAST HUNKER DOWN FOR A WHILE...AND BE PREPARED FOR SOME SERIOUSLY CHALLENGING CONDITIONS.

From the Captial Weather Gang site: STORM TIMELINE

Important note: Heaviest rain and strongest winds will tend to be east of I-95 when ranges are given. Coldest temperatures will be north and west of I-95.

Sunday afternoon: a chance of showers, mainly east of I-95. Breezy (winds 15-25 mph from the north, gusts to 30 mph) with temps 55-60.

6 p.m. Sunday to midnight: Rain showers becoming likely, steadiest east of I-95. Winds 20-30 mph (from the north), gusts to 35 mph. Temps 50-55.

12 a.m. Monday to 6:00 am.: Rain showers likely, heavy east of I-95. Winds 25-35 mph (from the north), gusts to 40 mph. Temps 48-53.

CWG forecast: Peak sustained winds and gusts6 a.m. Monday to noon: Rain showers likely, becoming heavy, especially east of I-95. Winds 30-40 mph (from the north), gusts to 45 mph. Temps 49-53.

Noon Monday to 6 p.m.: Heavy rain. Winds 35-45 mph (from the north), gusts to 50-60 mph. Temps 47-51.

6 p.m. Monday to midnight: Heavy rain. Winds 35-50 mph (from the north), gusts 50-70 mph. Turning cold, temps 42-47.

Midnight Tuesday to 6 a.m.: Heavy rain. Winds 30-40 mph (from the northwest), gusts 40-60 mph. Cold, temps 37-42. (Outside chance snowflakes western Loudoun and Frederick counties)

CWG forecast: Rainfall totals6 a.m. Tuesday to noon: Rain. Winds 25-35 mph (from the southwest), gusts 35-50 mph. Temps 39-44.

Noon Tuesday to 6 p.m.: Showery. Winds 25-35 mph (from the southwest), gusts 35-45 mph. Temps 43-47.

6 p.m. Tuesday to midnight: Showers diminishing. Winds 20-30 mph (from the southwest), gusts 30-40 mph.

8:07 PM PT: Mercury News page with photos from around the area  some neat shots

http://photos.mercurynews.com/... here

8:13 PM PT: Well one record shattered by Sandy : The storm already has surpassed Hurricane Lili in 1996 as the second largest Atlantic storm in 24 years of storm-size record keeping. Using tropical-storm-force as the benchmark, such winds briefly extended up to 520 nautical miles from Sandy's center earlier on Sunday. The latest advisory puts that figure at 450 nautical miles, while hurricane-force winds extend up to 175 nautical miles.  

http://www.csmonitor.com/...

and 7200 flights cancelled. I don't think I have EVER seen that many flights cancelled before. Ever.

Cancellations are mounting. According to the flight-tracking service FlightAware, more than 7,200 flights had been canceled for Sunday and Monday as of late Sunday evening. Both Philadelphia International Airport and Newark International Airport, a hub for United Airlines, each had more than 1,200 cancellations for the two days

 http://www.seattlepi.com/...

8:16 PM PT: h/t to Sabarte

 16-22 FOOT WAVES IN CHICAGO!! HOLY CRAP !!!

http://chicago.cbslocal.com/...

The National Weather Service has issued a Lakeshore Flood Warning from 1 a.m. Tuesday to 4 p.m.Wednesday. Winds of up to 60 mph will drive waves to heights of between 16 feet to 22 feet along the Cook County shoreline, the NWS said.

That could spell trouble for the Chicago-area coastline, as large waves batter the beaches, causing erosion and flooding. In Chicago, the NWS says, the bike path and South Lake Shore Drive could be “significantly impacted from these large waves.”

Things were already getting dicey Sunday along Chicago’s lakefront.

8:30 PM PT: Hurricane tracker from weather.com still showing it turning inland.

http://www.weather.com/...

8:37 PM PT: Latest NOAA Public Advisory  Next advisory at 5 am http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/...

WTNT33 KNHC 290247

TCPAT3

BULLETIN

HURRICANE SANDY ADVISORY NUMBER  27

NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL       AL182012

1100 PM EDT SUN OCT 28 2012

...SANDY ABOUT TO START ITS NORTHWARD TURN...EXPECTED TO BRING

LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGE...COASTAL HURRICANE WINDS AND HEAVY

APPALACHIAN SNOWS...

SUMMARY OF 1100 PM EDT...0300 UTC...INFORMATION

-----------------------------------------------

LOCATION...34.5N 70.5W

ABOUT 290 MI...465 KM E OF CAPE HATTERAS NORTH CAROLINA

ABOUT 470 MI...760 KM SSE OF NEW YORK CITY

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...75 MPH...120 KM/H

PRESENT MOVEMENT...NE OR 35 DEGREES AT 14 MPH...22 KM/H

MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...950 MB...28.05 INCHES

9:22 PM PT: Things will be WORSE in DC : Capitol Weather Group Again

http://www.washingtonpost.com/...

9:23 PM PT: H/t to Wheever updated wind forecast for Vermont. Getting into the 70s mile gusts. Watch out folks

https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/...


Originally posted to Chaoslillith on Sun Oct 28, 2012 at 06:29 PM PDT.

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