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« Respuesta #312 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 12:11:37 pm »
Dentro de unas horas el bicho se parara casi en seco antes de cambiar de trayectoria hacia el noreste, siempre y cuando siga la trayectoria prevista  :cold:

en la CNN dicen que calculan a primera vista, destrozos y perdidas por valor de !!10 a 20 Billones de Dolares!!!

Mis reportajes: Arcushelcloud, Storm   -Almería-

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #313 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 12:17:44 pm »
Efecto Sandy: Incendios destruyen 50 viviendas en Queens  :-\

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/kkph1G47kfo" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/kkph1G47kfo</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/wR-Fqwgv9rw" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/wR-Fqwgv9rw</a>

Huge Explosion Blacks out New York (29 October 2012) Hurricane Sandy

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/I4LcagiGypo" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/I4LcagiGypo</a>

 :rcain:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/Vrbt8uQ7CNw" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/Vrbt8uQ7CNw</a>

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 <a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/PrC_ZHZbrpE" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/PrC_ZHZbrpE</a>
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Barrio de Vallecas (Madrid) A 680 msnm.

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #314 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 12:18:54 pm »
Los recoloco  ;)

Webcam CNN
ABC 7 Live
ABC 2
CBS Baltimore Maryland
NBC New York
CBS New York
Fox & Sandy
WBOC Delaware
WTNH Connecticut

Seguimiento en linea, The Guardian
Seguimiento en linea, ABC news
Seguimiento en linea, News Channel 3 Maryland
Seguimiento en linea, WBAL TV Maryland
Seguimiento en linea, The Weather Channel
Seguimiento en linea, Reuters

National Service Weather
National Hurricane Center & Sandy
Sandy Wind Analyse
Dr. Jeff Masters & Sandy
Tides Current
Tides Current Station
Interactive Snow Information
Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service Stations
Connecticut River Forecast Centers
Delaware River Forecast Centers
Maryland River Forecast Centers
New Jersey River Forecast Centers
Virginia River Forecast Centers
New York River Forecast Centers
Pennsylvania Forecast Centers
Hurricane Sandy storm Tide Mapper - USGS

Washington Post
NY Times
NY Daily
Buffalo News
The Wall Street Journal
New Jersey News
NBC Washington
Delaware Online
Staten Island Advance

Mapa interactivo NY Times
Mapa & Radar NBC Washington
Sandy: Latest Status and Maps The Weather Channel
Mapa ciudad NY con las zonas evacuadas
Mapa de alerta de marea ciclónica, Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment
Animación minutal GOES 14
Crownweather

Twitter Matthew Keys' Severe Weather List
Twitter FEMA
Twitter Capitol Weather Watchers
Twitter Breaking News Storm

WEBCAMS
New Jersey Atlantic City Beach
New Jersey Point Pleasant Beach
New Jersey Cape May 8th Street
New Jersey Cape May OC Skyline
New Jersey Cape 14th Street Fishing Pier III
New Jersey Cape May 3rd Street Beach
New Jersey Cape 14th Street Fishing Pier II
New Jersey Monmouth Beach
New Jersey Long Beach Island
New Jersey Atlantic City
New Jersey Sea Isle
New Jersey Manasquan Inlet
New Jersey Belmar
New Jersey Lavallette
New Jersey Ortley Beach Surf
New York City Statue of Liberty
New York City Coney Island
New York West End Long Beach
New York Harbor
New York Far Rockaways
New York Midwood, Brooklyn
New York Brooklyn Bridge
New York Manhattan Bridge
New York Wall Street Bull
New York Ground Zero
New York Skyline
New York Long Island Gilgo
New York Long Island Lincoln
New York Chelsea
New York Columbus Circle
New York Times Square
New York 79th Street Boat Basin
New York Co-Op City in the Bronx
New York USS Intrepid
New York Rockaway Beach
Carolina del Norte Resort Kill Devil Hills
Carolina del Norte Atlantic Ocean surf, Kill Devil Hill
Carolina del Norte Avalon Fishing Pier, Kill Devil Hill
Virginia Virginia Beach Boardwalk
Virginia Waterman's Boardwalk
Virginia Billy Mitchell Airport
Virginia Ocracoke Island Airport
Virginia Oregon Inlet Fishing Center
Virginia Kitty Hawk Kites
Maryland Ocean City Fish Tales
Maryland Sand Hotel Beach
Maryland Ocean City Seacrets Live Beach
Pennsylvania Allen Street
Massachussets Boston The Royal Sonesta Hotel
Massachussets Marblehead Coastal

RADARES
Radar Costa Este
Carolina del Norte, Radar Raleigh/Durham
New Jersey, Radar Mt. Holly
New York, Radar Buffalo
Pennsylvania, Radar Pittsburgh
Delaware, Radar Dover Air Force Base
Massachusets, Radar Boston
New York, Radar Albany
New York, Radar Upton
Virginia, Radar Wakefield
Carolina del Norte, Radar Newport/Morehead
DANGER - - - -- - PONENTÀ.

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PD: CONTRASTADO POR LOS VALENCIANOS.
SE RECOMIENDA NO ATREVERSE A ENFRENTARSE A ELLA.

Sur ciudad Valencia. Distrito de Quatre Carreres - Barrio d' En Corts                   15 msnm + 33 m. = 48 msnm aprox.

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #315 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 12:36:02 pm »
Dentro de unas horas el bicho se parara casi en seco antes de cambiar de trayectoria hacia el noreste, siempre y cuando siga la trayectoria prevista  :cold:

en la CNN dicen que calculan a primera vista, destrozos y perdidas por valor de !!10 a 20 Billones de Dolares!!!

Hay que aclarar que el billon americano, no es igual que el nuestro. Para ellos 1000 millones, son un billon, con lo cual estarian hablando de perdidas de entre 10.000 y 20.000 millones de dolares.

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #316 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 12:39:53 pm »
Ya esta amaneciendo en New York, las bandas de precipitacion mas intensas estan desplazadas al oeste, y comienza a acercarse la descarga fria a Nueva York y la  capital.
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Mis reportajes: Arcushelcloud, Storm   -Almería-

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #317 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 12:59:35 pm »
Ya esta amaneciendo en New York, las bandas de precipitacion mas intensas estan desplazadas al oeste, y comienza a acercarse la descarga fria a Nueva York y la  capital.

No nevara ¿verdad?
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Bergara (Gipuzkoa), a 155m de altura.
Ohio - Condado de Lorain

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #318 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 13:07:07 pm »
Algunas fotos.

4th Street near the ConEd power plant

14th Street near the Consolidated Edison power plant

14th street towards the East River

Atlantic City, N.J.

West Virginia
DANGER - - - -- - PONENTÀ.

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PD: CONTRASTADO POR LOS VALENCIANOS.
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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #321 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 14:07:20 pm »
cnn, estado por estado:
Citar
(CNN) -- States along the East Coast were pummeled as Superstorm Sandy came crashing ashore.
The storm officially made landfall along the coast of southern New Jersey, but it is affecting a much wider area.
By early Tuesday, more than 7 million customers were without power in the mid-Atlantic region, according to the latest CNN estimate.
At least 16 people have died.
President Obama has declared states of emergency for at least five states and the nation's capital.

Here's a look at how coastal states are dealing with the storm:
Sandy's trail of devastation -- and it's not over
CONNECTICUT
-- The death toll has risen to two, according to state police spokesman Lt J. Paul Vance. Two people were killed by falling trees, including a firefighter in Easton.
-- 618,631 customers were without power, utilities said.
-- The state emergency management office sent out an ominous tweet to trapped residents: "If u find urself surrounded by H2O, call 4 help if u can & then get 2 highest level of home. Hang a white sheet out a street side window."
DELAWARE
-- Power went down for 71,730 customers in Delaware, authorities said. Delmarva Power reported it cannot assess the time it will take to restore power, because of the intensity of the storm.
-- Driving restrictions will be in place until at least 8:30 a.m. ET Tuesday. Nonessential state employees are told not to go to work.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
-- Washington officials said 24,471 customers were without power.
-- The city's mass transit system, known as the Metro, will stay idle Tuesday.
-- All Washington public schools will be closed Tuesday.
Streets turn to rivers, residents trapped in homes
MAINE
-- 82,737 homes and businesses are without electricity, according to Central Maine Power. Around 1,000 workers will begin repairing lines early Tuesday.
 Photos: Sandy's destructive path
 View Hurricane Sandy from space Atlantic City braces for Hurricane Sandy Watch the evolution of the superstorm
MARYLAND
-- Two people have died in Maryland because of Superstorm Sandy, according to an emergency management official. A falling tree hit a house, killing a man inside. A car accident blamed on the storm accounted for the other death.
-- Raw sewage is leaking rapidly from a plant in Howard County, emergency management spokeswoman Karen Spicer said. About 2 millions of gallons of sewage per hour are pouring out of the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant as a result of a power outage.
-- Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said 194,660 customers were without power.
-- A state of emergency remains in effect, according to Maryland's Emergency Management Agency.
-- Authorities lowered the speed limit to 45 mph on all interstates and U.S. routes "effective immediately and until further notice," according to state police.
Sandy halts travel along East Coast
MASSACHUSETTS
-- State employees will be going to work Tuesday, according to the government's website. But the state moved the start of the office day up to 10 a.m.
-- A count from utilities said 322,073 customers were without power.
-- The Bay State's emergency agency warned residents of continuing dangerous winds into Tuesday, which could cause power outages, and reminded them that coastal flooding was expected overnight.
-- Hoping to avoid the kind of criticism utilities received after last year's Hurricane Irene and other storms, Gov. Deval Patrick said utilities plan to pair tree removal and power restoration crews, rather than having them work separately, so that work can be done more efficiently.
NEW HAMPSHIRE
-- New Hampshire's power suppliers reported there were 234,346 customers without electricity.
-- Gov. John Lynch urged drivers to stay off the state's roads.
The governor asked the National Guard to place 100 troops on active duty, with 100 more on standby.
NEW JERSEY
-- Sandy has killed at least three in the Garden State, which also had the biggest loss of electricity.
-- Two people in Morris County died Monday evening when a tree fell on their car, authorities said. A male of unknown age was also killed in Hawthorne when a tree fell on a house, according to Hawthorne Fire Chief Joseph Speranza.
-- A dam or levee broke early Tuesday in the town of Moonachie, in Bergen County, said County Police Chief of Staff Jeanne Baratta. Rescues are under way in Moonachie, Little Ferry and Carlstadt, where 4 to five 5 of water has flooded streets. Thousands of people may be in need of rescue, she said. People are standing on their roofs.
-- Sandy has left 2,320,823 customers without electricity.
-- Several feet of water flooded parts of Atlantic City on Monday, and authorities worked to evacuate hundreds of people from West Atlantic City, where waters were "dangerously high," said Linda Gilmore, a spokeswoman for Atlantic County.
-- Wind blasted out the windows in a building where a U.S. senator lives Monday night. "I think it's the worst we have seen here in my lifetime," Sen. Bob Menendez of North Bergen, New Jersey, said of the damage in his state.
-- Half the city of Hoboken is flooded, Mayor Dawn Zimmer said. The city of 50,000 has had to evacuate two of its fire stations.
-- New Jersey Transit will remain suspended indefinitely. Flooding from Sandy also forced the closure of Newark Liberty International and Teterboro airports.
Flights grounded worldwide
NEW YORK
-- Sandy has killed five statewide, and a record-setting power outage in New York City darkened a large Manhattan hospital, triggering a patient evacuation.
-- 1,780,347 customers are without power, according to numbers from power suppliers.
"This will be the largest storm-related outage in our history," said John Miksad, senior vice president at power company Con Edison, which serves 3.2 million customers in all five boroughs of New York City as well as Westchester County.
-- Nearly a third of those affected lost power when a substation on the Lower East Side apparently blew up in a large flash. No one was hurt in the incident, Miksad said.
-- New York University Langone Medical Center went dark late Monday. More than 200 patients were being evacuated after backup power failed, said Lisa Greiner, a spokeswoman for NYU Langone.
Among them were newborns from a neonatal care unit. Four of them were on respirators that shut down, and nurses used manual pumps to keep them breathing.
The hospital had more than 10 feet of water in its basement.
-- More than 50 homes were "completely destroyed by fire" in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, the New York Fire Department posted in a tweet. Nearly 200 firefighters had responded to the blaze.
-- Water spilled into subway tunnels connecting Manhattan with Brooklyn and with Queens, said Metropolitan Transit Authority spokesman Aaron Donavan. The water will have to be pumped out, as it will not recede on its own.
The subway system remains closed entirely, as does MTA's bus system.
Two roadway tunnels linking Manhattan to the two boroughs took on water, too, and seven MTA bridges are closed because of high winds.
-- President Obama declared a disaster in New York state, freeing up federal funds for the counties of Bronx, Kings (Brooklyn), Nassau, New York, Richmond (Staten Island), Suffolk and Queens.
-- Flooding also forced the closure of two major airports -- John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia. The runway intersection at the latter was covered by water.
-- A crane atop a luxury Manhattan skyscraper under construction partly collapsed Monday, leaving its arm precariously perched and hanging over West 57th Street.
NORTH CAROLINA
-- The captain of HMS Bounty, a tall ship used for classic adventure films, remains missing after Hurricane Sandy forced the crew to abandon ship about 90 miles off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Two helicopter crews saved 14 people stranded in the Atlantic Ocean on Monday. A deckhand missing from the ship was found dead, the Coast Guard said.
-- 6,694 customers were without power.
-- North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue has declared a state of emergency for 24 counties in the western part of her state because of snow.
PENNSYLVANIA
-- Sandy claimed its first victims in Pennsylvania on Monday night.
-- An 8-year-old boy died Monday after being struck by a tree limb in Susquehanna County. He was pronounced dead at a residence in Franklin Township, according to state police.
-- 62-year-old Gerald Witman of Oley was killed when he was struck by a falling tree, according to Pennsylvania State Police spokesman David Beohm.
-- Utilities said 1,243,296 homes and businesses lost power.
RHODE ISLAND
-- The smallest state in the union, with just over 1 million residents, reported 116,583 customers without electricity. The state gets its power supply from the National Grid. Outages were concentrated in the southern part of the state, affiliate WPRI reported.
-- Few used public evacuation shelters. There is widespread road debris "but no casualties and relatively little alarm," according to WPRI.
SOUTH CAROLINA
Heavy rains from the fringes of Sandy pelted much of South Carolina's coast, from Charleston to Myrtle Beach.
VIRGINIA
-- President Obama declared a state of emergency in Virginia late Monday, ordering federal assistance on top of state and local efforts. Gov. Bob McDonnell earlier in the day had asked for a federal emergency declaration, which would free up funding.
-- Sandbags were piled up inside restaurants in the Old Town section of Alexandria along the banks of the Potomac River.
-- All public schools in Fairfax County, which has a large school district in northern Virginia, will be closed Tuesday.
WEST VIRGINIA
-- A woman was killed when her car collided with a cement truck after the storm dumped 5 inches of snow on the town of Davis, authorities said.
-- West Virginia has declared a state of emergency as Sandy dumped heavy snow and rain in parts of the Appalachian Mountains.
-- Authorities reported that 140,171 were without power, emergency management officials said.
-- There are 12 counties under a blizzard warning until 6 p.m.
Aid groups ready for unprecedented damage
http://edition.cnn.com/2012/10/30/us/tropical-weather-state-by-state/index.html

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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #322 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 14:16:28 pm »
El Cambio Climático y Sandy

Was Hurricane Sandy supersized by climate change?
Hurricane Sandy cannot be attributed to climate change, but warming does mean there is more moisture in the atmosphere.

¿Fue el huracán Sandy magnificado por el cambio climático?
El Huracán Sandy no puede atribuirse al cambio climático, pero el calentamiento significa que hay más humedad en la atmósfera.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/blog/2012/oct/30/hurricane-sandy-supersized-climate-change
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Re:Huracán SANDY Categoría 2 (18.L - Mar Caribe - Costa Este EE.UU)
« Respuesta #323 en: Martes 30 Octubre 2012 14:37:12 pm »
Ya tardaban las tonterias del cambio climático

El proceso experimentado por SANDY ocurre todos los años con cualquier Huracán que llegue a latitudes medias. En el Atlántico y Pacífico es algo muy habitual

¿Que esta vez ocurrió con tierra de por medio? Si, pero vamos, que es un proceso para nada inusual
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