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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:19 pm » by lamonema


If you live in or around the mid and eastern great lakes region, Canada included take notice of you local weather forcasts or just go to noaa hurricane.com or noaa weather radar.com Better yet use the site boon posted yesterday.http://hisz.hu/alertmap/
Do be aware that this is one of the deepest measured surface low pressures in about 70 years. I'll stay tuned for updated warnings for TO Canada east and south into Western NY, and Northwestern PA, will post for anything significant. Do take care. :)

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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:24 pm » by Cwmman


where's raphael from ....just a random thought .......thats all
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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:27 pm » by lamonema


cwmman wrote:where's raphael from ....just a random thought .......thats all

I think he's Canada.

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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:27 pm » by Shaggietrip


I am in central wisconsin. Heavy winds up to 52mph bursts. The pressure was 28.82 this morning. Chicago cancelled 125 flights. My daughter is suppose to fly home from boston tonight. But wind warnings are up till 7pm tomorrow night.
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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:37 pm » by lamonema


shaggietrip wrote:I am in central wisconsin. Heavy winds up to 52mph bursts. The pressure was 28.82 this morning. Chicago cancelled 125 flights. My daughter is suppose to fly home from boston tonight. But wind warnings are up till 7pm tomorrow night.

You maybe in for some snow to go with that wind here real soon!

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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:39 pm » by Marley


I'm in Southwestern Manitoba and we are having 80+km/hr winds and a healthy dump of snow. We have a storm warning in effect. Raphael is in Toronto. They should get this dump of weather later today/tomorrow.
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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:52 pm » by lamonema


Current estimates put this current weather event at affecting 26 million residents so far. That's pretty much everyone east of NY state.

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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 6:54 pm » by lamonema


This could very well be one for the record books. There is a very pronounced bow echo preceeding the front, in the southeastern quadrant. Who wants to watch a Hurricane form over land? :)

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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 7:00 pm » by Shaggietrip


Yes snow soon. Some say its gonna be bad this year.

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But for now its all wind.

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PostTue Oct 26, 2010 7:14 pm » by Poe2you


I live in the suburbs west of Chicago and our tornado sirens were going off this morning. Peak gusts of about 55mph with the storms and unholy amounts of wind driven rain. I was outside watching it come in and it started raining, sideways.

Too many damage reports to list, but here is how this storm ranks for Chicago. Interesting to note that it is forecasted to get stronger this afternoon:

RANK EVENT DATE MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE
1. Great Ohio Blizzard Jan 26, 1978 950 HPA / 28.05 inches
2. Current event Oct 26-27, 2010 962 HPA / 28.41 inches *
3. Armistice Day Storm Nov 11, 1940 967 HPA / 28.55 inches
Anniversary Storm Nov 10, 1998 967 HPA / 28.55 inches
4. Cyclone of 1913 Nov 7-9, 1913 968 HPA / 28.60 inches
5. Edmund Fitzgerald Storm Nov 10, 1975 980 HPA / 28.95 inches
* CURRENT LOWEST MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE
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