Tropical Storm Danielle may become Hurricane Danielle...
Aug 23, 2010 | 4006 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print

STATEWIDE -- While it is too early to extrapolate about the second mid-Atlantic storm of the season, Tropical Storm Danielle is forecast to become Hurricane Danielle later this week, and could rile the surf off the East Coast of the Mid-Atlantic states, forecasters say. The area is now entering peak hurricane season, which historically is usually at its most active around Sept. 10.

As noted in a Reporter article several years ago, the New York City metro area gets a serious direct hit from hurricanes approximately once every 90 years, but is affected by non-direct hits much more often. Hudson County and especially low-lying Hoboken could see severe flooding from such a storm; see links to that piece below.

For more of what Accuweather says about Tropical Storm Danielle or Hurricane Danielle, click HERE.

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