So, what's this the fifth thread dedicated to this upcoming wave event?
Everyone start a thread detailing your immediate coastline's impact of said storm......
We still need:
After we cover those basis let's get more detailed .....I'm talking specific towns within these states......
I'm counting the days til we get some Newfie and Scotia brahs up on the SI. You think I'm hard to understand at times...
Sage, count on me for some coverage of ME/NH/MA. RI maybe, the Cape even less of a chance although it should be rocking. Long Island we can simply predict with accuracy that it will be greasy. I heard that at the one DE break, whiterashguard skimma and the board member here are settling the beef by wrestling a turkey wishbone. Quite noble of them.
That would be splendid, Mr. Seen. Also, I haven't really payed much attention to this storm yet, but if it does generate enough swell, I hear there's certain places in CT that the swell wraps around Strong Island(represent). You could include a thread titled, " Thanksgiving Swell in CT," or "Pizza in Mystic with Portugese(sic)."
My Lord, travel is going to be impacted by this storm. Please everyone let us know how your holiday traveling went i.e "Traveling during Thanksgiving Storm in Delmarva."
Wow, we are really having a bad time concerning waves, huh? The hype....the hype for a swell event that used to be semi-regular is troublesome. Jesus must hate the east coast.
On it dude, I'll start my updates tomorrow night as the storm fills in, including information on road and travel conditions.
I've heard the same, and I'd imagine it's possible in the far eastern end of the state...same for LI, someone posted a pic(I won't spot name don't worry :0) of a decent wave in the Sound. The only thing I've seen with mine own eyes in terms of LIS ridability is if we get a strong enough wind, due south, it can get sloppy and ridable...maybe like five or six times a year. Funny thing is if you're out on the water and a due E or W wind kicks up it gets real sloppy oot there real quick.
Dude, if you would post videos from tonight and tomorrow actually reporting in the storm that would be rad.
"Ok we're going to head out to Seldom Cantore with a live report from the Long Island Sound. Hi Seldom."
" Well, hey there, Stephanie, as you guys can see back in the studio it's getting pretty bad out here with 30 mph gusts and heavy rains. It should continue like this throughout the night. OH SH!T, DID YOU SEE THAT !!?? THUNDERSNOW !! WE JUST HAD A LIGHTNING STRIKE BEHIND US !! Wow, it's going to be one heck of a night, Stephanie. Oh Stephanie, I like your butt...."
"Oookkkkk, that was Seldom Cantore reporting live from CT on the Strong Island Sound, represent, we'll check back with him next hour......."
Hahaha that would be pretty good eh? Unfortunately no video device, but I'll see what kind of pics I can get with my phone, maybe apprehend some type of video thingy in the meantime. Dude thundersnow is so badass...I would love to be able to report such occurrences to Stephanie Abrahms. She's an amazing woman and this could be how she notices me. Dude maybe they'll give me some TWC weather gear too.
Amazing threads are weaving.... Annnnd So we can get an idea of the storms effects on holiday travelers I'll be reporting from the beer and cheez-doodle aisle in a Stuckey's along I-95 somewhere around the NC/SC border. I have a feeling it'll be a happening place! I plan on doing face to face interviews with beach bound surfers. I will capture "the hype" on my go-pro and post it to my soon-to-be entitled blog entitled "HypeStorm2013". I've already got Krispy Kreme as a sponsor!!
I will be reporting live on the '8s' from the Seaville Motel on Rt. 9 in Seaville, NJ with my special guest friend. Her name is Star and she normally works AC but she told me once she always wanted to 'do' the weather.