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Now into -- When you get what we've had hurricanes in 1954 we -- -- -- New Year's state hit the that the Caribbean so you can have -- time of the year but the bulk of the season's over.
I'm a little bit concerned and that we could see one more try to pop out the Caribbean but I don't think it be able come northward.
Because there's going to be a lot of cold weather coming into the United States in the month of November so.
Basically what you saw here we had a very cold October much of the United States.
We did have -- here and -- -- what you get to the Ohio valley and into the plains.
We've we've got a lot of cold weather and what you saw here was a configuration.
Step brought this up where you saw the jetstream -- the cold -- and the storm was there waiting.
Interestingly enough when you see a big storm at the end of October like that.
Usually have a fast start to winter and it'll be interesting to see if that happens that a little later in November.
So this this early next week we may see -- snow in the northeastern part the United States.
And at around Thanksgiving again so you there are certain links -- -- along with the tropics you know much -- Get a degree -- -- -- -- in the he's he it would bring these things up when I was a kid these links state -- -- And it's amazing how those guys -- before the age of computer models could see things like this.
What can -- to devastation.
That took the fox -- -- network of running.
What do you and I are talking in.
I'm wondering if this fifth people -- to have a better along new Jersey Shore and other areas slaughter Ireland had people had a better.
Heads -- on what was gonna happen the magnitude of some what do they have done.
Well they've got to get there scattered here a lot of it is that they -- you know I -- Yeah -- I that I recalled fifteen billion dollars damage it was a great storm by that I mean.
You know it is usually in these his problem wasn't storm -- do so close to the coast -- the last leg did it tore up by menial happen.
Half the track was Overland -- people.
People got complacent about that I would Irina says you know what's also funny gave it to you get to stick poking your -- of the street fall under house.
That people it didn't happen -- falling -- -- wasn't a big deal.
So people would say well you know I've read.
That would in the middle of summer that wasn't that bad this can't be it is can't be that bad but look I was on what Neal I was on Friday.
On fox saying this is gonna devastate the new Jersey Shore people aren't going to be able to recognize what was going on.
As a matter of fact I remember the director of former director of FEMA Mike Brown coming on but after a dollar deal just backing everything up saying look this is -- be a tremendous storm surge.
-- because of the angle of attack he had this big monstrous storm.
With a lot of wind over a large area rather than output fist of fury right now excess said he had a big area park imports wins directed in.
To an area of decreasing amount of ocean in other words if you look at.
You look at their way to coast -- -- new England and in New Jersey you literally have -- -- For the New Jersey coast in toward long water again pile back it has to go somewhere when it runs in delay and so it goes up and that's why you get that congress storm surge.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Hey you could see it coming several days away and again.
You know I didn't really get involved publicly fill out Thursday and Friday by that I mean you know like -- -- you tell people -- this is coming in.
Until it becomes news they don't wanna do -- Demi that's -- -- that's way -- business works but.
-- -- clients who you know what we're telling clients this is going to be devastating.
And again that what we did was we we looked at what cable dated.
-- fifty for the North Carolina coast and even if you're until -- -- a hundred miles an hour here around a New York area with arcane peso which went over Harrisburg but.
Weeding out the storm surge could -- was already -- -- so what happens is the same kind of storm.
To the east of Cape Hatteras but -- -- was going to be able social allowed quarterbacking here now let's say something and people have been on my case in 2006.
I was not a lot of people got matter because there's it would by 20152.
Major hurricane to hit the eastern seaboard.
Believe it or not neither one of these storms is being classified as major on a separate Simpson scale.
So what I'm telling analogy -- if you take the track of the 1938 hurricane which hit -- -- between New York City in the Hamptons.
And if that's storm I still can't all of if I had seen the pictures that store while believed like Jack can't believe it happened had wind -- 186 miles an hour Blue Hill Boston Massachusetts southwest of Boston.
If that track of that storm had veered off to the north northwest and you had to land falling hurricane right at the -- of New York Harbor.
Instead -- have and only nine as battery have to Wear once you would have twenty feet of water to New York City and tasted.
-- hurricane forecasters that we see something like that unfortunately without trying to go overboard.
This is the pattern -- hand and it's a pattern will be in front of the five to ten years.
And then we'll go back to relative peace in quiet -- -- in the 60s70s and eighties the occasional hurricane.
When you mentioned earlier the African Americans out of Africa that you talking about for next term.
Yeah it is just.
Yeah we have what we we had very little all the activity this year remember we had a fast start this season we have broken -- In close to the -- the beginning in close to the coast at the end.
But all the action this year without the middle of nowhere -- hand ham -- you know a lot of those global warming people so we got ninety storm cycle channel.
There -- -- -- the middle of nowhere that you know if we couldn't see those twenty to thirty years ago without the this satellites receive now next year you're gonna see storms that roll off Africa they gonna mean business.
And by that I mean they'll be hurricanes by the time they're 3540 west.
And a couple -- so bull Rico are about to see but you're probably gonna see a lot of long track storms.
-- go to make it attempted hit that.
Bahamas and try to run eastern seaboard and the reason I'm saying as you can see if you look at it this piece study what happened in your desk to a lot of these people -- it's.
It's okay are they just peek into the weather when it's can be -- But do you study what happened you concede the way the cycle goes back and forth.
And where we're going to be over the coming years.
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