NOAA Still Calling This 47 MPH Monster A Hurricane

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8 Responses to NOAA Still Calling This 47 MPH Monster A Hurricane

  1. Micah says:

    The 8 am NOAA update is STILL calling this a Hurricane with 75 mile mph sustained winds. I’m sitting in Newport RI right now, strongest winds to this point were around 6:30 am at around 40 sustained with higher gusts.

  2. kccat says:

    It does not even look like an organized hurricane, just a giant mass of rain….I dont even see where the eye should be!

  3. Micah says:

    8:46 am update from Newport. A squal band has arrived with driving rain and wind speed back up to the 40s sustained. The Tree outside my window lost a dead branch.

    • Mike Davis says:

      Micah:
      Call FEMA ASAP They are waiting for something to do! Call the national media because they are looking for photos of massive destruction such as you describe! 😉

      • Micah says:

        A second dead branch fell out, somebody is going to have to pick them up and put them in the dumpster. Looking around, this area would be in a world of hurt if, God forbid, a real Hurricane or ice storm hit this place. All of the power lines run right through the trees. I guess they don’t believe in triming them here. Of note: still have power. Winds down into the 30s with some stronger gusts.

      • Mike Davis says:

        The utilities expect wind here and send the trimmers through on a regular basis! It is called being prepared!
        Some might call it, heaven forbid, the precautionary principle applied properly!

  4. AndyW says:

    If only Michael Fish had been american

    Andy

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