New York Weather: CBS2’s 9/2 Evening Weather Headlines

New York Weather: CBS2’s 9/2 Evening Weather Headlines


WORK AND HOME. SORRY. TIME NOW FOR YOUR EXCLUSIVE CBS 2 FORECAST. LONNIE, YOU’VE BEEN A BUSY MAN. TODAY IT’S BOTH LOCALLY AND DOWN AROUND FLORIDA AND THE BAHAMAS. FIRST WE’LL GET YOU OUTSIDE IN OUR AREA. A LITTLE MORE BLUE THAN WE HAD EARLIER. IT’S GETTING BETTER OUTSIDE, DOT, DOT, DOT, FOR RIGHT NOW. 72 DEGREES AS OF RIGHT NOW. 74 WAS THE WARMEST YOU COULD DO. SIX DEGREES COOLER THAN WE TYPICALLY FIND THIS TIME OF YEAR. HOW MUCH RAIN DO WE PICK UP? THERE’S SOME DOUSINGS OUT THERE, SUMMERVILLE, AN INCH OF RAIN. WE SHOWED YOU FLOODING PROBLEMS THAT WERE OUTFIT THERE. A LITTLE BIT MORE THAN THREE- QUARTERS OF AN INCH FOR DEL MAR. ABOUT A QUARTER OF AN INCH AROUND MONTAUK, HALF AN INCH FOR JFK AND THREE-TENTHS OF AN INCH FOR BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT. TOMORROW, ALL THAT RAIN IS GONE. IT’S IN THE PROCESS OF LEAVING. PLENTY OF SUNSHINE, 81 DEGREES YOUR TEMPERATURE. GOOD-LOOKING DAY FOR TOMORROW. THE RAIN THAT WE’RE WATCHING, THE HEAVIEST ACTIVITY, YOU CAN SEE IT RIGHT HERE. THIS IS WHERE YOUR EYE FOCUSES IT ON. IT’S DOWN INTO OCEAN COUNTY. SOUTH OF TOM’S RIVER. THE HEAVIEST CELL, OKAY, FORKED RIVER TO WELLS MILLS, YOU LOOK AT THIS, I LOVE TO TRACK IT FOR YOU. THERE’S NOWHERE TO TRACK IT BECAUSE AFTER THOSE TOWNS IT GOES INTO THE OCEAN. IF YOU LOOK AT THE COMPUTER MODELS, IT’S PICKING UP ON IT A LITTLE WELL. IT’S A LITTLE AGGRESSIVE ON THE NORTH SHORE BUT THE POSITIONING IS OKAY. WE ALSO WATCH THIS SECONDARY LINE YOU SEE OFF TO THE NORTH AND WEST. WATCH HOW IT PLAYS OUT. MIDNIGHT FROM 10 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT, MAYBE A LITTLE BIT OF RAIN COMES THROUGH AND THERE COULD BE A POCKET OF HEAVIER RAIN BUT THAT’S THE WAY WE SEE THE NIGHT TIME GOING. A LINGERING RISK. GET INTO TUESDAY, TUESDAY LOOKS GOOD. COULD THERE BE A SPRINKLE WELL NORTH? THERE COULD BE. MOST OF ALL, IT’S A GREAT LOOKING TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, YOU RETURN TO A RAIN CHANCE. I THINK WE WILL HAVE SHOWERS OUT THERE. I WANT TO YOU OF AN UMBRELLA READY TO GOOD FOR WEDNESDAY. THIS IS 5 P.M. NOW WE’RE GOING TO PULL THINGS OUT A LITTLE WIDER. WHAT YOU SEE RIGHT HERE, THAT’S WHERE WE BELIEVE WE’RE GOING TO BE FINDING DORIAN BY THURSDAY AT 2:30 P.M., CLOSEST PASS TO US, OFF SHORE TO THE SOUTH AND EAST FRIDAY, FRIDAY INTO EARLY SATURDAY. WE’LL TALK ABOUT ALL OF THAT AS WE TALK A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT DORIAN. LOOK AT THIS SYSTEM. ZOOM IN TIGHT. CAN YOU IMAGINE, WE TALKED ABOUT THE WORST PART OF THE STORM. IT’S NOT THE EYE, IT’S THE EYE WALL. THIS EYE WALL, YOU ARE LOOKING RIGHT HERE, LET ME GET OUT OF THE WAY, THIS IS SIX HOURS OF DATA. I’M GOING TO STEP OFF ALTOGETHER. WATCH HOW MUCH IT MOVES. THE SAME AREA. PUMMELED BY WINDS THAT, OKAY, STARTED AT 180, THEY’RE NOW ABOUT 145 BUT ARE YOU KIDDING ME? FOR SIX HOURS OF THAT? LOOK AT THAT EYE. WE HAVE VIDEO FOR YOU RIGHT NOW, WE’LL SHOW IT TO YOU OF THE EYE OF THE STORM, THE HURRICANE HUNTERS WERE OUT FLYING INTO IT. STADIUM SEATING, RIGHT? THERE’S YOUR EYE WALL AND AGAIN THE INSIDE, THE EYE ITSELF, HAVE HE PEACEFUL, SINKING AIR, HARDLY A WIND AT ALL. THE EYE WALL IS BRUTAL. GO BACK TO THE PICTURE. AS FAR AS ANY RISKS WITH FLOODING AROUND, SAY, THE FLORIDA AREA, RIGHT NOW IT’S RUNNING AS A 4 TO 7-FOOT SURGE. THAT’S ABOVE GROUND, OKAY? SO THAT’S HOW IT LOOKS IF IT STAYS, 40 TO 50 MILES OFFSHORE WHICH IS WHAT IT IS RIGHT NOW LIKELY TO DO BUT THAT IS NOT A DEFINITE, GUYS. WE’VE GOT TO WATCH THIS ONE. IF WE DO NOT SEE A HARD TURN NORTH PRETTY SOON, WE’RE RUNNING OUT OF REAL ESTATE. IT’S 100 MILES TO SHORE. IT’S GOT TO MAKE THAT TURN AND MAKE IT HARD. IT CAN’T JUST BE THIS GENTLE ONE, TWO, THREE MILE-PER-HOUR TURN TO THE WEST. SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS WHERE IT STOOD STILL? I DEFINITELY SEEN HURRICANES WHERE THEY BECOME STATIONARY FOR A BIT BUT THIS ONE IS STILL HOLDING ON TO CATEGORY 4 STRENGTH.

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