Posted by: coastlinesproject | October 21, 2014

First Northeaster of the season, from our old friend Bill Ryan, professor of meteorology Penn State.

The first NEer of the season coming Wed-Thurs, exiting Friday.
It’s a very slow mover, which is bad for erosion concerns, but it’s not forecast to be very strong, which
is good. Weather will be crappy though, windy, spitting cold rain.
I’ll update if the forecast changes in any dramatic way.
Bill

btw, if you/anyone wants on/off this Nor’Easter list, please let me know.
“If
we begin with certainties, we will end in doubt, but if we begin
with doubts and bear them patiently, we may end in
certainty” Francis Bacon

 

Read more in; Islands in the Storm, Storm Surge; A Coastal Village Battles the Atlantic, Beach Wars; 10,000 Years on a Barrier Beach. See Strawberry Hill, UPNE, and Schiffer book tabs at the top of this page.

 


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