Coastal Flooding & Mountain Snow

<div style="text-align: center;">&nbsp; <font size="4">This photo of the Harbor Side Complex during the Scituate Massachusetts flooding from the September 27 New Moon Astronomical High Tide. <br></font></div><div><img src="" alt="Sept292011Flood.JPG" alignment="none" border="0" hspace="" vspace=""></div><div style="text-align: justify;"><font size="4">The tide was a 12.2' in Boston and we had no wind. This week we have a 12.4' on Friday, with wind. But will the wind be pushing water in, or will the wind be pushing water out?<br><br><br></font><div style="text-align: left;"><font size="4">This map is the simplified rough estimate for our Thursday/Friday Weather Map. We will tweak all week.</font><br></div></div><div><img src="" alt="Oct 272011Fcst.JPG" alignment="none" border="0" hspace="" vspace=""><br><br>&nbsp;&nbsp;<font size="4"> This may turn into a 2 or 3 day deal. While snow is what we all look at, the first flakes are a mere spectacle compared with the potential coastal impact.<br>&nbsp; The weather pattern has been conducive to deep troughs in the east. My gut feeling is that we see the track shift north and west as time goes on. The <a href="">NAO is positive</a>, that usually means we have storm track inside the benchmark (40^N, 70^W). Most of the storm this fall have been inside runners.<br>&nbsp; If this one egos inland, then the snow shifts west and the wind at the coast is stronger and more perpendicular to the shore line.<br>&nbsp; The high tide is at Noonish Thursday, Midnightish Thurs Night, and just after lunch Friday.<br>&nbsp; A Mutli-Day storm is possible, as we are tracking several waves of low pressure. A weak low Monday Night, then a stronger one later Weds. Then another one or two waves Thursday and Friday. The weather models have a hard time focusing on which wave will be the strongest. Our forecast will become clear as we close in.<br>&nbsp; <a href=";gage=bhbm3">Here is much more information on The Potential Coastal Flood Threat near Boston</a>. But we really have to watch the entire Coast from North Carolina to Maine.</font><br><br>&nbsp;<br></div>

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