Presto! Thank You John for the response/depiction, observing this position it looks like it was in the curving/looping phase of the track. The isobars are indicative of how tremendous the winds had too be, which confirms the crazy drifting. I would imagine as the low pushes westerly during the loop sequence the gradient must get worse after this juncture.
i am happy too see u on lwb , it is good to see more contributers to the site , this site is the go to site for weather info and the best weather personalities in one place , i enjoy watching ure daily audio blogs video blogs, u will have to let me know what software u are using , u can pm me , i also remember u on tv and the today show , it is good to have u on the liveweatherblogs team
John, you are a well needed contributor to the site nice to see you here. I have known you on NY Television for more than a decade at least, I have the luxury of living in both Phila/NY markets all my life, Ocean County is the split zone for the markets, and many times the Rain/Snow line. LOL
Do you have surface map depictions of this storm? I think I remember having one from a newspaper clipping which was in a story some years back..
People were walking across the east river after the storm. The weather leading up to this had mild air and rain, talk about Bombogenesis!