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At -- of -- the National Hurricane Center deputy director joins us right now at the irony is.
Is that we're going to be seeing a storm that -- -- does make formal landfall won't be a hurricane anymore right.
That's right and as we said though of the official designation really isn't gonna matter in this case because all the conditions and all the impacts will be the same -- called a hurricane or not.
Would conceive that on our satellite picture there's now -- big area blue here which means there.
None of those telltale signs of hurricane -- having -- thunderstorms and in the middle.
But what it means now is that again we're gonna have landfall but.
The high winds and the storm surge are still expected in -- -- firms are just now occurring and it's getting very deep in some places that's.
-- highest twelve feet.
In the kings point New York area.
And the water levels are gonna continue to rise in fact because high -- -- few more hours what levels my rights -- more feature because of the high time on.
When these various storms meet -- that is this.
Blast of Arctic here in the north to southern storm ozone in the west that creates -- -- I guess once -- -- century.
Type development what do guys that you wary about what do you look for what's the fallout.
And and the way this thing progresses.
That you focus.
Well what's unusual is not that these two weather systems came together because that does happen and happens every year.
What's -- what's unusual is where it's occurring and how strong the storm is one of the current we don't see that occurring in this area.
Populated part of and the mid Atlantic to the northeast ever.
So this is really unprecedented often we see -- offshore but the fact is occurring here and with winds they're still on the order of eighty miles per hour 85 miles per hour.
That's what makes it.
Very unusual here.
Because those winds are also piling up a storm surge along the coast.
All right -- thank you very much and people -- very close.
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