MARCH 2, 2018 - NOR'EASTER? CYCLONE BOMB? - TAKE A LOOK AT SHARK RIVER INLET THIS MORNING! PT. JUDITH THIS AFTERNOON and ITS BLOWING!

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MARCH 2, 2018 - NOR'EASTER? CYCLONE BOMB? - TAKE A LOOK AT SHARK RIVER INLET THIS MORNING! PT. JUDITH THIS AFTERNOON and ITS BLOWING!

Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Fri Mar 02, 2018 11:44 am

So where is the easterly blow this morning at Shark River.....seems buttercup conditions to me here...

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Re: MARCH 2, 2018 - NOR'EASTER? CYCLONE BOMB? - TAKE A LOOK AT SHARK RIVER INLET THIS MORNING!

Postby whitechin » Fri Mar 02, 2018 9:12 pm

Was late in arriving but early afternoon and evening were bad.
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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:05 pm

Thanks to Captain Chris of the fv CODZILLA who was down at his dock this afternoon in Pt. Judith...and yes that is one "not to bright individual" just waiting to be swept away by the next big wave.

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Re: MARCH 2, 2018 - NOR'EASTER? CYCLONE BOMB? - TAKE A LOOK AT SHARK RIVER INLET THIS MORNING! PT. JUDITH THIS AFTERNOON and ITS BLOWING!

Postby drevil » Sat Mar 03, 2018 8:22 pm

We got lucky. Backside of the storm here. Just a Norwester
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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Mon Mar 05, 2018 10:30 am

Anyone who has been up to Quincy and the famous now gone row boat station knows State Street..now under water. Bomb Cyclone effect off Massachusetts and living near the coast on March 2....

The road to Quincy Yacht Club (Sea St)!


WHEN YOUR BACKYARD GOES UNDERWATER IN HOUGHS NECK - QUINCY BAY
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Postby MisterX » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:27 am

Great Pics Steve!

So I guess its the responsibility of the taxpayers who choose NOT to live by the water to pay for the damages of those who do......God bless America!
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Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:03 am

MisterX » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:27 am

So I guess its the responsibility of the taxpayers who choose NOT to live by the water to pay for the damages of those who do......God bless America!


Thank you MIster X and you just nailed it...in fact, someone you know of, made the same exact statement....

Essentially you have a community that allows building close to, or right along the shoreline and a disaster occurs and guess what, the taxpayer and more so directly those who own homes in EXTENDED flood zone areas have to foot the bill for those who live on or near the water.

Flood zone maps (which you can find online and type in your home address) continue to be extended in order to increase the pool of money available to fund the rebuilding after these storms.

Insurance companies collect the money and instructs the homeowner that they act as collection agents, little more, as the feds are now directly involved with setting the high 'flood zone insurance rates' due to billion of dollars - implication when you have a major storm which wipes out a coastal community.

Here in Brooklyn after Super Storm Sandy, we have a good idea on how far tidal surge runs up the streets from Jamaica Bay all the way to Williamsburg.

Take a good look where the FLOOD ZONE - NYC map now encompasses.... highly doubtful we would have a tidal surge that far in certain areas, but this is all about those living many, many blocks (mile in some areas), away from the water who now have to pay for those who live right on or along the shoreline.

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