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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Nor'easter or Hurricane Headed For New York?

A respected hurricane forecast model is predicting that current Tropical Storm Sandy will hit the New Jersey and Long Island coastlines early next week, either as a tropical system (possibly at hurricane strength) or as a nor'easter should it lose its tropical "warm core" characteristics before reaching shore.

Sandy is currently a 50-mph tropical storm a few hundred miles south of Jamaica and moving north.  Some models show Sandy curving out to the Atlantic and not threatening land (other than Bermuda) as it is predicted to interact with a baroclinic front (after which it would lose its tropical cyclone characteristics).

Eric Dixon is a lawyer, political activist and strategist, and described by friends as a weather nerd.



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