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MY 2022 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BIRDSEYE VIEW POST #155A (Special Update)

*******Note that forecast and outlooks in this post are NOT the official forecast from the National Hurricane Center (NHC). They are my own detailed views on the Atlantic tropics based on current observations and latest computer model runs. As such do not make decisions based on my posts...consult news media...watches and warnings from your local weather office...and any evacuation orders issued by local governments to make the most informed and best decisions. Visit the NHC website hurricanes.gov (hurricanes dot gov) for the latest watches/warnings and official forecasts on active tropical cyclones.**********


...SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 2022 7:03 PM EDT...

Satellite image of a merged frontal low pressure area heading into Atlantic Canada from the northeastern United States... consolidating from a combination of Nicole's remnants and a frontal low that was over the Great Lakes region Friday night (satellite image taken at 1800Z today):

Nicole's remnant low pressure area over the eastern United States has recently merged with a frontal low that was over the Great Lakes region yesterday night (both low pressure areas are being supported by the eastern divergence zone of an amplified upper trough incoming from the central United States). As the merged frontal low accelerates eastward across Atlantic Canada tonight (New Brunswick... Nova Scotia... Prince Edward Island... southeastern Quebec... and Newfoundland)... the assoicated gusty winds and coastal surf will no longer be directly associated with Nicole since this system is a merger between Nicole and another system. Prior to the merger... Nicole produced gusty winds approaching 40 mph across the coastal northeastern United States while gusts further inland struggled to exceed 30 mph (see sample of wind reports listed below).


The following are peak reports of wind at National Weather Service stations across the northeastern United States listed in mph. Due to the number of wind reports... called out the region of the state for each location (northeast... southeast... etc.):


Virginia

**Fredricksburg (northeastern VA)... sustained 15... gust 33... 10:35 PM EDT Friday

**Accomac (southeastern VA Delmarva Peninsula)... sustained 22... gust 31... 1:15 AM EDT


District of Columbia

**Washington DC... sustained 20... gust 30... 8:52 PM EDT Friday


Maryland

**Ocean City (southeastern MD)... sustained 23... gust 33... 2:53 AM EDT

**Salisbury (southeastern MD)... sustained 16... gust 33... 1:54 AM EDT

**Hagerstown (north-central MD)... sustained 21... gust 30... 5:53 AM EDT


Delaware

**Dover DE... sustained 20... gust 28... 12:55 AM EDT


Pennsylvania

**Johnstown (south-central PA)... sustained 22... gust 33... 2:54 AM EDT

**Gettysburg (southeastern PA)... sustained 15... gust 24... 5:53 AM EDT

**Lancaster (southeastern PA)... sustained 17... gust 26... 11:53 PM EDT Friday

**Philadelphia (southeastern PA)... sustained 20... gust 31... 5:54 AM EDT

**Allentown (east-central PA)... sustained 14... gust 29... 2:51 AM EDT


New Jersey

**Atlantic City (southeastern NJ)... sustained 20... gust 38... 2:54 AM EDT

**Trenton (west-central NJ)... sustained 15... gust 25... 5:53 AM EDT

**Belmar (east-central NJ)... sustained 18... gust 36... 7:56 PM EDT Friday

**Newark (northeastern NJ)... sustained 22... gust 26... 10:51 PM EDT Friday


New York

**New York City (southeastern NY)... sustained 10... gust 21... 7:51 AM EDT

**Islip (southeastern NY central Long Island)... sustained 22... gust 35... 5:56 PM EDT

**Oneonta (southeastern NY)... sustained 14... gust 29... 5:53 AM EDT

**Albany (east-central NY)... sustained 20.... gust 36... 9:51 AM EDT


Connecticut

**New Haven (south-central CT)... sustained 20... gust 29... 5:53 AM EDT

**Middletown (central CT)... sustained 17... gust 31... 3:53 AM EDT

**New London (southeastern CT)... sustained 25... gust 36... 4:56 AM EDT


Rhode Island

**Newport RI... sustained 21... gust 37... 6:53 AM EDT


Massachusetts

**Pittsfield (western MA)... sustained 15... gust 31... 10:54 AM EDT

**Worcester (central MA)... sustained 17... gust 31... 12:54 PM EDT

**Boston (east-central MA)... sustained 16... gust 32... 8:54 AM EDT

**Hyannis (southeastern MA)... sustained 20... gust 38... 8:56 AM EDT

**Gloucester (northeastern MA)... sustained 22... gust 35... 12:53 AM EDT


Vermont

**Springfield (southeastern VT)... sustained 9... gust 23... 7:54 AM EDT


New Hampshire

**Concord (southern NH)... sustained 24... gust 35... 10:51 AM EDT

**Portsmouth (southeastern NH)... sustained 18... gust 30... 11:55 AM EDT

**Conway (east-central NH)... sustained 14... gust 32... 1:54 PM EDT


Maine

**Portland (southwestern ME)... sustained 22... gust 30... 2:51 PM EDT

**Rockland (south-central ME)... sustained 17... gust 30... 12:56 AM EDT

**Augusta (south-central ME)... sustained 16... gust 24... 2:53 PM EDT

**Bar Harbor (southeastern ME)... sustained 23... gust 37... 11:56 AM EDT

**Millinocket (central ME)... sustained 16... gust 29... 12:53 PM EDT

**Caribou (northeastern ME)... sustained 18... gust 31... 12:54 PM EDT

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