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NOAA's Weather Statement on Sandy

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The most ominous weather report I've seen...

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=PA&prodtype=public

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Wow I've never seen a NOAA report get that gloomy. All the best to those in this harbinger.

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Do you think this storm a full 8-9 days ahead of the election will have any impact on who wins?

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It will certainly have an effect on it. I just read around 7pm that Hoboken announced a mandatory evacuation of all ground level apartments by midnight... It definitely seems creepy. I read last week somewhere that once the storm hit the NE that it could linger for up to 3 weeks.

I don't get caught up in hype, but I definitely think this is a huge deal.

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Do you think this storm a full 8-9 days ahead of the election will have any impact on who wins?

Possibly. The eastern portion of PA is more democratic than the western portion and although it isn't really considered a toss-up state at the moment, it could be if the eastern part of the state is devastated.

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Jesus Christ, that's a rather scary warning report.

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*doom on*

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maybe if we're lucky, it'll hit jersey so hard that it knocks Jersey Shore off of TV.

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I think it is being overblown... no pun intended...

They'll get a lot of wind, rain, and snow, but 2 of those 3 things they are already pretty well prepared for.

Be afraid, though. Be very afraid.

Good luck to my 1 yankee friend, mmmbeans.

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