Well-defined Earl Moving East of North - NECN
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Well-defined Earl Moving East of North



    The preparations have been made...how bad will the storm actually be?

    The honest answer is that it's a bit of a wait-and-see proposition, but there are a few things that seem clear and I try to explain them in this video.  I think the biggest point I can convey is that the stronger wind gusts with potential to cause damage will occur as just that - gusts.  Not a constant blow, but rather bursts of wind that cause damage in various spots at various times, mostly between 8 PM and 2 AM, and especially 11 PM and 2 AM.


    The nightly Tracking the Tropics segment: