Tri-State To Get Some Remnants From Hurricane Nicole

We have been receiving many messages asking us if New Jersey will be feeling Hurricane Nicole. Let’s break down what we know so far.

At this current writing, 4 am November 10th, Hurricane Nicole is sitting just off the coast of Vero Beach, Florida.

Tri-State To Get Some Remnants From Hurricane Nicole

Tri-State To Get Some Remnants From Hurricane Nicole

Its wind speed has slowed down to 75 miles per hour, which is only one digit away from it being declassified as a hurricane and called a Tropical Storm.

This hurricane is nowhere near as strong as Ian and it’s following a very different path. During the later hours, Nicole’s path had shifted slightly southward.

The new path will see Nicole most likely has it pushing through central Florida before moving up to Tallahassee by Thursday night.

Unlike Ian that took its time to move out of Florida, Nicole will not be having that problem.

Current projections say that by Friday evening whatever will be left from Nicole will be in our area.

All of this is great news for us in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. The speed of the then post-tropical storm means that by late Saturday, Nicole will be out of our area.

Nicole’s rapid speed also means that we won’t be seeing any kind of crazy flooding.

There will be rains that could bring up to four inches of rain in some areas with some areas only receiving about an inch.

Areas West of Philadelphia will be seeing rainfall closer to that four-inch mark. This means South Jersey could only see about one to two inches of rain.

The only major thing to keep an eye on is the winds. At this time, and on its future path, it looks like we could be seeing winds up to 20 miles per hour on Friday.

Be sure to bring in anything loose outside including trash cans.

As we are still over 24 hours away please tune back in for more updates if they are needed.

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