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Old 10-29-2017, 12:42 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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I been posting in the Seasonal Fall thread because Philppe is a non factor..


The storm hitting us IS NOT Philippe just so others are clear. We are getting some remnants of it in form of rain and humidity but the Winds and flooding later is from a front with a "NEW" storm developing off the coast and the Jet stream will go on a negative tilt and catch this storm and bomb it out. Pretty much everything merging together.

The front is already absorbing Philippe so I wont be posting in this thread just to save myself some time

https://twitter.com/wx_becks/status/924672092922171392


NWS Philly says it nicely.

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National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
1131 AM EDT Sun Oct 29 2017

The morning surface analysis shows a cold front located along
the eastern side of the Appalachian Mountains and into the eastern
Gulf of Mexico.There were two areas of low pressure along or
just ahead of the front: 1) A 1000 mb low over inland NC- SC and
2) Tropical Storm Philippe near the Bahamas. The latest forecast
models show these two systems phasing today, resulting in secondary
cyclogenesis off the Carolina coast later this afternoon (though
Philippe still remains intact to the southeast of the secondary
low). This coastal low is then expected to begin deepen rapidly
("bombing out") as it moves up the mid- Atlantic coast this
afternoon and evening.
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Old 10-29-2017, 02:51 PM
 
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The joy of combining/effecting other systems!

5pmEST Oct29 - Philippe dissipates off the SouthEast US coast, merging with the cold front. Winds 60mph, moving rapidly NNE 46mph, pressure 991mb.
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