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In the studio with us is this the storms working its -- and wonder we're left with the aftermath -- -- -- -- to its weakening pretty quickly infected just took a look at the new modeling is really falling apart fast.
But there's still a lot of backlash know -- strategy fact that X 2436.
Hours the actual major weather -- from this.
The falling weather will be the snow this in the mountains -- gradually diminish.
Of course you know now we have to deal with the cleanup operation.
And is -- is a storm that's long overdue.
But by that I mean where we've been overdue on the eastern seaboard because we are are in the cycle that the -- Kosher get hit.
And I again had -- been stress in this and people follow the over the years know why it always wondered why we've never seen this storm that comes from between.
Paterson Bermuda into the mid Atlantic states because if you look at other tracks you've seen storms -- that way out there.
So if you wanna look at this storm as far as his his -- prefer perspective personable.
Lowest barometric pressure we've ever measured -- where this one ashore in Atlantic City all right -- secondly the storm surge.
Is a type of situation that we've never seen before but is a product to the combination.
Of possibilities that a guy like me wonderful why hasn't that happened and finally -- but it charms of the impact it would.
We will see less river flooding potentially arise because it was a coastal event as -- ain't gonna -- that heavy hitting the big river flooding you know what happened with yet a combination of height.
I read last year and -- You know 1012 punch -- happened in 55 what Connie Diane so you you had tremendous amounts of water builds up in the air.
But in this particular case is to storm surge -- did their dirty work be trying to -- the storm turned into the coast again I want to stress to people.
Dead heat and drought.
And hurricanes along the eastern seaboard are something we will have to deal with for the next several years because of the overall pattern cooling Pacific.
Very warm Atlantic and then when the Atlantic gets cool will be back to where we were in the sixties and seventies again.
You that right hook up the storm that we keep to -- what took -- a storm that we keep talking about as it moved in left the right side of the storm hitting us right here in New York City so it's anything.
Where one ashore on the Jersey Shore Atlantic City they -- in north that's different and I read when we saw it goes yeah that's exactly right because the hurricanes like.
Pushing ahead of water up through and it goes bought.
You don't the 38 hurricane you know people say elected rain much in New York to the right in the path to these storms it doesn't rain whole like a block from the storm path to the left it does.
38 arcade and Providence fifteen feet -- water Providence around imagine that right.
But only 38 hundreds of and -- your brain right meanwhile Connecticut Weston Connecticut Massachusetts.
All through the Delaware valley tremendous flooding going on there same type of thing you see the ten inches of rain around DC -- see the window.