Yes, yes it is.
Here's this AMs video. Again, perspective seems small because it's just a cheapy digital camera.
I'm standing about 10' up - so the camera is about 15' up.
3 minute video
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Nov 13, 2009, 01:55 PM
Nov 12, 2009, 05:06 PM
It doesn't do it justice in terms of perspective. The surf is bigger in comparison. Save your whining for something else kiddo.
Nov 12, 2009, 03:58 PM
Long Branch, NJ
10am Nov 12 - Low Tide
Where I'm standing you can see all the sand is already carved out leaving the crap exposed from underneath.
I would be underwater here at high tide.
Jersey Shore, Long Branch, around 10AM this AM - last photo is tip of Sandy Hook looking at Manhattan (left) and Brooklyn/LI (center/right).
I'd say the waves were around a solid 8 feet. Nothing...
Took some quick shots around 8am in long branch NJ. Cheap digital camera and didn't try to get fancy here cut the image sizes down. The waves were around 6-8 feet.
Oct 11, 2008, 07:30 PM
Not betting any farms. At least I hope I didn't. I screwed up the dates. I meant the 13th to the 15th. Was doing two things at once.
Oct 10, 2008, 04:10 PM
The storm itself, if it does form, will likely head due north parallel to the coastline. We would be unlikely to get actual weather from it but very likely to get surf from it.
It's getting more...
Oct 9, 2008, 06:16 AM
Long range always suspect but.... majority of reliable computer models predicting a large storm off the east coast beginning in the bahamas around the 18th, moving through bermuda come the 20th.
Just not going to be an impressive storm and likely won't stir up the surf enough other than to make it a little like a kid sloshing around in a bathtub type environment.
This storm is small and...
Even though it's over warm water it's got a lot of dry air over land, some modest shear, and will remain somewhat close to land.
With that they're not expecting much at this time. No models take...
It appears that the system has remained weak enough to stay on a more westerly track thus far.
There is now a much greater chance this system makes it quite a bit west of Bermuda than two days ago...
A thing to keep an eye on with this storm is it's recurvature. This will be dictated by the strength of the storm. A stronger storm is going to recurve earlier. A weaker storm would have a chance...
May 21, 2008, 03:36 AM
Some long range computer models want to take a system that flushes off the Carolina coastline on Saturday the 24th and turn it into a medium to large sized cutoff low that will meanader midway...
Fact of the matter is that the cold front blew out so quickly over the Carolinas that it helped stall the low pressure area. Yesterday afternoon it seemed that the low was moving steadily northward...
One thing's for certain. Jersey Coast is going to get hammered.
COASTAL WATERS FROM SANDY HOOK TO MANASQUAN INLET NJ OUT 20 NM-
COASTAL WATERS FROM MANASQUAN INLET TO LITTLE EGG INLET NJ...
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Looks like the storm has peaked in intensity and will be slowly weakening this week, has completed the forecasted loop, and will be pulling east first very slowly through the 29th and then...
Dec 11, 2007, 07:36 PM
Olga won't survive but a major weekend nor'easter is on the way!
Dec 2, 2007, 08:39 PM
It has absolutely EXPLODED!
:D :D :D
That's right. 75MPH - and as it transitions into an extra-tropical system it's going to STRENGTHEN - quite possibly up to 100MPH as it passes east of Jersey.
It's also going...
Something of interest is being discussed.
Noel is expected to head through the Bahamas then get recurved to the North East by a cold front (several fronts are lined up to march through the US this...
Yeah it's a shame how bad the wind shear has been for these storms!
What is now Karen appears it will suffer wind shear fate. First being drawn northward then being ripped apart.
It would be...
It looks like 96L may be our best shot:
97L Looks destined for the Carribean. 96L looks like it has a shot to be a classic September storm track.
Was at Manasquan all day today. Clouds, then Rain, then Fog, then Wind....then just as I was leaving the sun cracked out, the wind slacked, the air and water heated. Figures. :mad:
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