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Hurricane Nicholas


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I know it formed right before landfall, and it only made it to Cat 1.  What concerns me about this storm is the stall.  Its going to stall probably tomorrow for at least a few days.  The cone turns into a circle indicating a stall.  This could be catastrophic.    I guess we will find out, but after what we saw Harvey did, this is a definite concern. 

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These slow moving storms are becoming more and more frequent it seems. 

My own subjective experience (in my own neck of the woods, NJ), is that weather patterns have been getting increasingly stagnant and "stuck", and this has been accelerating in the course of the last three decades.

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