TWO tropical threats to Jersey Coast by week’s end…

THE FIRST Accu-Weather has been predicting a big Nor’Easter for days AND THE POTENTIAL TROPICAL DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST & 22ND. If if does become a storm, the “L”-storm, “Laura” could be a factor in our weather before the “K”-storm Kyle.
PETE is not thrilled with the current predictions of computer models, bringing 93l (possibly Tropical Storm Kyle) too close for comfort this upcoming week. This graphic updates frequently and is is from, one of the many sources Pete uses while tracking hurricanes. According to this, borderline Category 1/2 hurricane could be approaching the Delemarva in 5 days time, approximately Friday September 26th. MAYBE IT WILL CHANGE!!
93L, thought to soon be named Tropical Storm Kyle, could hit the East Coast of the United States by the end of next week.
Ike was “only” a Category Two when it pummeled Texas barrier islands last week.

bolivar peninsula before and after ike pictures
Some of Ike’s devastation on a barrier island the Texas Coast.

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