Hurricane Sandy

thewoodlands Posted By thewoodlands, Oct 22, 2012 at 12:15 PM

  1. h2ochild

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    Looks like near where Irene hit us...Oh goody, gotta pull the boats in tomorrow and avoid the traffic jams at the ramps. Bad time for this, many mariners still on the southward migration. Hope everyone gets to safe harbor soon.
     
  2. webbie

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    Well, I love my parents...but they are scheduled to fly up here from FL on tues! Same with one Daughter...flying in from the left coast. That could be hairy.
     
  3. save$

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    Food and water ok. No generator.
    Looks like the predictions are fluid. Now not so bad for Maine as it was yesterday. We are near tidal water but very high up.
    Only one tree left to take down that could do damage. That one would hit the garage. Looks like it is going to be bad for some folks.
    Many years ago, I experienced a roof being blown off the building I was in. No fun.
    Best to take precautions, and hope it is a false alarm.
     
  4. BrianK

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    One model shows us getting up to 24" of snow
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  5. GAMMA RAY

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    Jan 16, 2011
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    With the way my luck has been going lately, I will bet that mudder is gonna hit dead center in Nepa right over my eff'n house. :mad:
    I guess I better prepare this weekend. I think I will get 3 cases of Dogfish head and get my prescription meds refilled...;);lol::-)
     
  6. firebroad

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    Nov 18, 2011
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    According to the TV set, there's a good chance this thing will smack MD. Folks around here still remember the time this summer when the power was out for two weeks for some, and that was just a 10 minute blow. Like jharkin, most of us already have our "emergency" supplies. My biggest concern is my autumn decorations, guess I'll have to take them inside and cover the "porch wood" with a tarp. Plenty of water, food, etc. If I stay out of the freezer, that will keep frozen for several days. Guess Halloween will be a washout.:(
     
  7. moburns

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    Oct 15, 2012
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    <--Looking to rent sofa space from people west of Ohio. We are going to eat well in my house until Sunday, just in case there is another 2 week power outage. I am glad its not 100+ degrees like June. Come on Mobile Home don't fail me now. Be safe everyone and you may need to use those wood and gas stoves during a power outage, it will be cold at night, so you should make sure they are ready.
     
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  8. firebroad

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    Nov 18, 2011
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    Look on the sunny side(pun intended), there will be plenty of scrounge wood.
     
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  9. moburns

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    Oct 15, 2012
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    ^lol Its not green wood its sandy wood.
     
  10. firebroad

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    Nov 18, 2011
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    Better stake down that mobile home, moburns!;);lol
     
  11. jharkin

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    Oct 21, 2009
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    So now it looks like its going to miss us... I think our old 8 inch beams scared the storm off.

    Stay safe down there in Jersey and PA!
     
  12. MasterMech

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    Most of those computer model squiggly lines criss cross over my area. Gonna be sharpening chain this weekend. ::-)
     
  13. BrianK

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    I'm stuck at a conference in Ohio until Sunday evening but I called my wife back home and had her pick up bar oil, gas and other supplies just in case. However I doubt it's going to be cold enough to generate the snow in southwestern PA that some of yesterday's models were prophesying.
     
  14. thewoodlands

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  15. bogydave

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    Dec 4, 2009
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    I'm guessing the NASCAR race may get postponed :confused:
    Maybe even some football games
     
  16. GAMMA RAY

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    Jan 16, 2011
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    Why is it that whenever there is a major weather event on the east coast...I am dead in the center of it? WTF? I am starting to think I pi$$ed off someone somewhere....:p:confused:
     
  17. Delta-T

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    Feb 27, 2008
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    need more blood sacrifices to appease weather gods...if you are too queezie for the blood sacrifice, stuffed animal works pretty good.
     
  18. GAMMA RAY

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    Jan 16, 2011
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    Does the "stuffed" thing apply to other objects or humans? Just wondering...!!" I have something here I would like to "stuff"....
     
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  19. eclecticcottage

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    Well....crud...even 40-50 peak sucks. I'll bet we get higher here at the Cottage. I wonder how high up my anemometer reads before it tops out (I don't actually know if I want to find out via experiance, lol).

    Well everyone, batten down the hatches and stay safe-no scrounging until the wind's done blowing, and then be sure to watch for wires!!
     
  20. jharkin

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    Oct 21, 2009
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    Hmmm... we got 40+ gusts a few times this summer just from strong thunderstorms. 50 sustained would get interesting...
     
  21. Delta-T

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    Feb 27, 2008
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    you could try furniture...or manicotti....you could call them "stuffed" I suppose....you got nothing to lose by trying, right?
     
  22. corey21

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    Oct 28, 2010
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    I pray that is wrong im in the 8 inch range witch would knock power out if it is wet snow..
     
  23. corey21

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    Oct 28, 2010
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  24. thewoodlands

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    Aug 25, 2009
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    Edit, it would not safe so I removed the map.
    This is todays info on how close we are.
    zap
     

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