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Saturday, December 30, 2006

Tornado damage near Hawthorne, NY from last July 12, 2006

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http://www.cnn.com/2006/WEATHER/07/12/ny.tornado/index.html

NEW YORK (CNN) -- A tornado struck about 20 miles north of New York City during rush hour Wednesday, causing heavy damage to a Westchester County store, the National Weather Service and a store spokesman said.

No one was seriously injured when the twister skipped along a highway and hit a California Closets store in Hawthorne, New York. A supervisor for the company said employees and shoppers got out of the building before the roof collapsed. Two people suffered minor injuries, the supervisor said.
Nearby, guests huddled in the lobby of a Comfort Inn as the tornado passed, causing minor damage to the building, a hotel employee said.
Mount Pleasant police said wind damage forced the closing of Saw Mill Parkway just as the afternoon rush hour was beginning.
Police also responded to reports of flash flooding, and trees and power lines knocked down by the high winds, according to a Westchester County spokeswoman.
The county opened its emergency operations center in response, she said.
Though rare, tornadoes have struck in or near the five boroughs of New York City. Most recently, a tornado touched down on the New York City borough of Staten Island on October 27, 2003, according to the New York City Office of Emergency Management. It uprooted trees and caused minor property damage. There were no injuries.

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Damage path Hawthorne, NY

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Roadside damage from last July

Friday, December 29, 2006

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Time Square

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Rockefeller Center

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Grand Central

Thursday, December 28, 2006

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Bear Mountain bridge

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. West Point on the Hudson

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Sleepy Hollow

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Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Whitestone bridge NYC

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Potent winter storm and cold core on Thursday




...ANOTHER MAJOR WINTER STORM WILL BLAST COLORADO....

A POTENT WINTER STORM WILL SPREAD POSSIBLE HEAVY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ACROSS THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE FRONT RANGEMOUNTAINS AND ADJACENT EASTERN FOOTHILLS...THE URBAN CORRIDOR...AND THE NORTHEAST PLAINS OF COLORADO ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. THE STORM WILL PRODUCE STRONG AND GUSTY WINDS ALONG WITH AREAS OF BLOWING AND MUCH DRIFTING SNOW. MANY STREETS AND HIGHWAYS WILL AGAIN BECOME ICY AND SNOW PACKED. CHAINS OR ADEQUATE SNOW TIRES MAY BE REQUIRED ON HIGH MOUNTAIN PASSES. SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW MAY PRODUCE POOR VISIBILITIES ATTIMES OVER THE PLAINS AND ON HIGH MOUNTAIN PASSES. NEAR BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WILL BE POSSIBLE ON THE PLAINS AND PALMER DIVIDE. ALL DRIVERS ARE URGED TO EXERCISE CAUTION OR POSTPONE TRAVEL UNTILWEATHER CONDITIONS IMPROVE. THE STORM MAY ALSO DELAY OR POSSIBLY PREVENT AIR TRAVEL FROM DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. ALL HOLIDAY TRAVELERS SHOULD CHECK AIRLINESCHEDULES FOR DELAYED OR CANCELED FLIGHTS.

Monday, December 25, 2006

Mabs new Christmas coat

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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Over two feet now!















The plow has not started all day since the first pass I did on the driveway and now it is hopelessly stuck!

Intense winter low pressure system















This satellite/radar composite shows the winter storm currently impacting the CO front range, near perfect low placement and deep moisture advection into the area is amounting to up to 3 feet of snow out of this system!

18" of snow at our house and still falling!












Coming down strong


Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. View looking north from our bedroom window at an elevation of 9080'.

2 - 3 feet of snow expected!

Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Gassing up the plow for another pass to keep us from getting stuck at home, 6" of powder so far to the west of Denver.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Stovepipe hole is thru

Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. Here's the stovepipe hole, sure enough there's 8" of foam in there for insulation. Eagle panels on the roof.

Stovepipe hole getting cut in ceiling

Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. There goes the roof!

Our new wood stove!

Latest image from Verne's mobile picture phone. This is our new wood stove going in the upstairs livingroom.

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