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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Imagine a Hurricane in New York

The New York tri-state area just got blasted with a powerful nor'easter that should enlighten people as to the power and damage potential of tropical storms and hurricanes. Direct hits from tropical systems are rare along the Atlantic coast north of Cape Hatteras through Connecticut. These storms can cause major damage and severe inconvenience.

Last weekend's nor'easter produced between four and seven inches of rain, sustained winds of over 25-30 mph for over 24 hours, a good 36 hour period during which gusts were routinely tropical storm force (39+ mph) and sometimes hurricane force (74+ mph).

The length of the storm is a major factor in damage as the cumulative trauma on trees and small structures brought them to a breaking point.

This should be a lesson come summertime not to ignore tropical systems.

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