Heads UP! Rain and wind event Wednesday for the area hit hard by Sandy

Cold, with winds that will shake loose any damaged branches,
but no snow for coastal sections.

From the NYC National Weather Service forecast discussion this morning:
BOTTOM LINE…HIGH CONFIDENCE IN DEEPENING LOW PRESSURE OCCURRING
SOMEWHERE OVER THE WESTERN ATLANTIC. HOWEVER…IT IS STILL HARD
TO PINPOINT EXACT FORECAST DETAILS AT THIS TIME DUE TO
TIMING/POSITIONAL DIFFERENCES…BUT CONFIDENCE IS GROWING FOR A
POTENTIAL HEAVY RAIN AND HIGH/STRONG WIND EVENT.

STRONG…GUSTY WINDS ARE BECOMING MORE LIKELY. SUSTAINED SPEEDS
RANGING BETWEEN 20-35 MPH WITH GUSTS BETWEEN 45 TO 60 MPH IS A
DEFINITE POSSIBILITY. HIGHEST WINDS WILL BE AT THE COAST AND IN
HIGHER TERRAIN.

Here’s some friends of ours preparing for the next storm by finding a sturdy post to hang on to….

Holding on for the next storm

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