Danny: Tropical threat for east coast?

8/26/2009:

While still days away – weather forecasters are talking about a potential threat for the east coast. Will we get lucky again like we were with Hurricane Bill?

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Could become Danny and affect east coast

“A tropical low pressure system centered several hundred miles north of Puerto Rico threatens to become the fourth tropical storm of the season within the next 24 hours. All the latest information supports this. Wind shear is almost nonexistent through this part of the Atlantic, and sea surface temperatures are quite warm.

Early projections bring the storm close to the Carolina coast late Friday then toward Cape Cod over the weekend. If this storm becomes Danny (and there is every indication it will do so), it may have large implications for the weather along the coastline from North Carolina to Maine.”

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11 Comments on "Danny: Tropical threat for east coast?"

hobposer
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hobposer

Awesome news, grab my long board, drive to long beach ny and take advantage of mother nature, gnarllly duuudddde

MidnightRacer
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Danny’s reach will be greatest at the drive-in.

homeworld
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The beach disappeared last weekend during high tide and that was from a storm that was 300 miles east of here. Hopefully Dan doesn’t get too strong.

JJB
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It’ll be like the Poseiden Adventure!!! This is going to be rad!

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