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Irene Update: Friday 6pm, Glimmers of Good News

[a more recent forecast followed this one – go to the front page SeaAndSkyNY.com and scroll down to find the latest update] There is finally a forecast with some good news to share regarding Hurricane Irene.  Today, Irene weakened a … Continue reading

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Irene Forecast: 7am Friday

[a more recent forecast followed this one – go straight to SeaAndSkyNY.com and scroll down to find the latest update] This morning, the Hurricane Irene forecast from the National Hurricane Center has held fairly steady, with little good news for … Continue reading

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Irene forecast: 11pm Thursday

[a more recent forecast followed this one – go straight to SeaAndSkyNY.com and scroll down to find the latest update] This evening, the Hurricane Irene forecast from the National Hurricane Center has held fairly steady, with little good news for … Continue reading

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Irene Update: 11am Thursday

[a more recent forecast followed this one – go straight to SeaAndSkyNY.com and scroll down to find the latest update] This morning, the Hurricane Irene forecast from the National Hurricane Center has deteriorated for New York and New Jersey interests.  … Continue reading

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Irene Update, 2pm Wednesday

[a more recent forecast followed this one – go straight to SeaAndSkyNY.com and scroll down to find the latest update] The 2pm update from the National Hurricane Center shows a “best estimate” forecast track for Hurricane Irene clipping the Outer … Continue reading

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Updated Irene Forecast: Storm Still Targeting NYC

[a more recent forecast followed this one – go straight to SeaAndSkyNY.com and scroll down to find the latest update] Recent updates from the National Hurricane Center show a forecast track for Hurricane Irene over the Outer Banks at Category … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irene: Parallels with 1821?

[temporary note:  With Irene approaching our area, I’ll mention that it has shown some weakening instead of strengthening on Friday, so it extremely unlikely to have a similar strength or impact to the Hurricane of 1821.  Check the latest updates … Continue reading

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Surf Temperatures Rising in Time for the Weekend

As our summertime weather turns spectacular in time for the weekend, the beach is getting pretty tempting.  While the past two days have seen a dropoff in water temperatures along Long Island, the good news is that they are back … Continue reading

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Rising Waters and Coastal Floods: Living with Sea Level Rise in NYC, Part 2/2

[This is the second of a pair of guest blog posts from Dr. Vivien Gornitz, a geologist and special research scientist with the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Columbia University Center for Climate Systems Research.  The first post … Continue reading

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Earthquake = Tsunami?

A mild 3.9-magnitude earthquake occurred this morning out at sea off the New York Bight, and was felt by many people across the region.  An obvious question is whether such an earthquake could cause a tsunami.  A large tsunami clearly … Continue reading

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