Snowicane (Frankenstorm) Sandy Headed for NY -- Daily Intel

Victor Steinbok aardvark66 at GMAIL.COM
Fri Oct 26 04:34:53 UTC 2012

Follow-up: It seems WSJ Blogs are going with "snor'eastercane"

> Odds are increasing that a hybrid "snor'eastercane" could make
> landfall near Greater New York early next week, with wide-ranging
> impacts affecting nearly the entire East Coast.

> Weather models are beginning to coalesce around an unlikely
> meteorological scenario: a hurricane blending with an inland snowstorm
> just in time for Halloween.
> Before we get into that weather wonderland, Greater New York will
> enjoy pleasant afternoon temperatures in the low 70s for the rest of
> the week. For next week, however, it’s starting to seem like not a
> question of if but where this giant "snor'eastercane" might strike.


On 10/25/2012 11:47 PM, Joel S. Berson wrote:
> At 10/25/2012 09:58 PM, Jonathan Lighter wrote:
>> After Frankenstorm, Dracucane.
> Wouldn't Dracucane be more appropriate for a tornado, where things
> are sucked up?
> Joel

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