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  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    Hey Micah, why is there such a significant drop in swell height on Sunday? Looking at the OCMD surf report, how is it possible that the swell could drop all the way don t 1 foot in an hour. I hope to God that it's not right!!!
    Once the storm passes the swell will drop off super fast since all the energy will be moving away from us. Plus, I dont think anyone will be able to surf in 60mph offshores!

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    I saw Mike Seidel surfing at Jennets pier tonight and he was ripping

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    mandatory evacuation for visitors Dare County,NC tomorrow morning

  4. #84
    Sorry for the pessimism but this storms gonna **** us up more than it does us good..
    Waves for NJ on Friday, nothing great but waves, then disaster..praying for everyone in the Outer Banks and above on the shore the next coming days. Waves will surely come in the next few storms

  5. #85
    new jersey looks banging on saturday morning..... 1-3' overhead and semi glassy in the morning...!! winds from the east only 5mph?!

  6. #86

    Irene..not a joke

    Friday and Saturday morning do look to have some fun waves for north NJ but this situation can be devastating to the area. Latest models putting landfall just east of NYC. No doubt this could be one of the worst weather events people in the area have seen. Too many folks taking Irene too lightly.

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    Major Hurricane Irene poses a significant threat to life and property from eastern North Carolina to New England. If current scenarios continue to play out, Irene may initially appear to be heading out to sea later this evening or Friday morning. If the storm begins interacting with an expected warm front along the Mid-Atlantic coast, the front may draw Irene back toward the coast, increasing frictional effects with land. The result would be a Category 2 hurricane with winds of approximately 100 mph making a second landfall along the southern Delmarva on Sunday morning.



    Several well-known computer models across the scientific community have shown Irene bisecting the Delmarva peninsula, or crossing into the Delaware Bay or even drifting into the Chesapeake Bay and slowing down. The impact and property damage potential of that outcome would exceed Katrina.



    The Ocean City, MD example Sustained hurricane force winds of 90 mph in downtown Ocean City, MD would breach the dune line. Waves of 20-25 feet would reach the first floors of many high end resort buildings. Surge exceeding 6 feet would inundate most of the city, with most wooden structures in downtown Ocean City destroyed. Surge traveling up the back bay would in turn be forced back onto the western side of the island once wind flow switches to the northwest, driving the water into homes and inlets. We have high confidence in this scenario, extrapolated from the HPC's map issued at 2:00 AM this morning.






    Ocean City, MD would breach the dune line. Waves of 20-25 feet would reach the first floors of many high end resort buildings. Surge exceeding 6 feet would inundate most of the city, with most wooden structures in downtown Ocean City destroyed. Surge traveling up the back bay would in turn be forced back onto the western side of the island once wind flow switches to the northwest, driving the water into homes and inlets. We have high confidence in this scenario, extrapolated from the HPC's map issued at 2:00 AM this morning.



    OOHHH **** NIGGA

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    Irene is fixed to put many people at risk. It will more then certainly destroy a few homes, and damage countless others. So someone please explain to me..... why am I so f*cking stokeddd!!

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    current scenarios indeed do not look good for many people along coastal North Carolina and northward. Take this storm serious.

  10. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by cobtaco223 View Post
    Major Hurricane Irene poses a significant threat to life and property from eastern North Carolina to New England. If current scenarios continue to play out, Irene may initially appear to be heading out to sea later this evening or Friday morning. If the storm begins interacting with an expected warm front along the Mid-Atlantic coast, the front may draw Irene back toward the coast, increasing frictional effects with land. The result would be a Category 2 hurricane with winds of approximately 100 mph making a second landfall along the southern Delmarva on Sunday morning.



    Several well-known computer models across the scientific community have shown Irene bisecting the Delmarva peninsula, or crossing into the Delaware Bay or even drifting into the Chesapeake Bay and slowing down. The impact and property damage potential of that outcome would exceed Katrina.



    The Ocean City, MD example Sustained hurricane force winds of 90 mph in downtown Ocean City, MD would breach the dune line. Waves of 20-25 feet would reach the first floors of many high end resort buildings. Surge exceeding 6 feet would inundate most of the city, with most wooden structures in downtown Ocean City destroyed. Surge traveling up the back bay would in turn be forced back onto the western side of the island once wind flow switches to the northwest, driving the water into homes and inlets. We have high confidence in this scenario, extrapolated from the HPC's map issued at 2:00 AM this morning.






    Ocean City, MD would breach the dune line. Waves of 20-25 feet would reach the first floors of many high end resort buildings. Surge exceeding 6 feet would inundate most of the city, with most wooden structures in downtown Ocean City destroyed. Surge traveling up the back bay would in turn be forced back onto the western side of the island once wind flow switches to the northwest, driving the water into homes and inlets. We have high confidence in this scenario, extrapolated from the HPC's map issued at 2:00 AM this morning.



    OOHHH **** NIGGA
    Do you have a link to this?