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Breaking News: Tornado watch issues for entire NYC Metro area tonight 7/23/10

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In honor of this possible twister here song from early 1980s called "it's Raining Men" by the Weather Girls. Enjoy Guys.

 

 

 

FYI Tommorow temps shoot back up between 96-100 in NYC/Central Park w/ another chance of thunderboomers.

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OMG!! Did you really just post that?????? LOL!!! But yeah this storm is coming from the midwest which is currently under a Tornado Warning!

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OMG!! Did you really just post that?????? LOL!!! But yeah this storm is coming from the midwest which is currently under a Tornado Warning!

 

Sorry to say but this is not a joke. :o

 

I know a Tornado is rare in the Northeast USA especially NYC but if you see dark clouds and a funnel you better duck or else you are history aka dead.

 

And take cover in a safe and secure location as well until storm passes.

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I'm sitting in my basment editing over 500 photos from today. It can to what ever it wants out there, I'm in my bunker.

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Trains shouldnt be on the EL 2nite for safety reasons

 

Because of a tornado watch, the following service pattern is under effect:

 

All trains run local

 

(A) To Euclid Av

(:o - Trains currently in Bx/Mhttan terminate at 34 St - Herald Sq

Trains in the Brighton Line, terminate at Atlantic AV, service on Brighton Supsended

(C) - Same

(D) Trains in Bklyn Terminate at Atlantic - Pacific, run to 59 St as local, train @ manhattan/bklyn terminate @ 34, West End service suspended

(E) - Same

(F) - Terminate at Jay St, Culver Service Suspended

(G) - Terminate at Hoyt Schm, Culver Service Suspended

(J) - I guess we'll need to suspend this, most of the line is elevated

(L) - To Myrtle - Wckyoff, elevated section suspended

(M) - Terminate at 42 St - Byrant, Jamaica Line and Myrtle Av line suspended

(N) - Terminate at Times Square, trains in Bklyn terminate at Atlantic, Sea beach service suspended

(Q) - Terminate at Times Sq, trains in bklyn terminate at Atlantic, Brighton service suspended

(R) - Same

(S) - Rockaway and Franklin Shuttles suspended, 42 St unaffected

(Z) - Supsended

 

(1) - To 96 St, Bx and north of 96 St suspended

(2) - To 149 St-Concourse, White Plains rd line suspended

(3) - To 135 St

(4) - To 149 Grand Concourse, Jerome line suspended

(5) - To 149 Grand Concourse, Dyre Av line suspended

(6) - To 3 Av - 138 St, Pelham Suspended

<6> - Suspended

(7)<7> - Suspended

 

All yard trains layup on unused underground tracks and express tracks cuz all trains run local

 

(MTA) should do this for the safety of everyone

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Trains shouldnt be on the EL 2nite for safety reasons

 

Because of a tornado watch, the following service pattern is under effect:

 

All trains run local

 

(A) To Euclid Av

(:o - Trains currently in Bx/Mhttan terminate at 34 St - Herald Sq

Trains in the Brighton Line, terminate at Atlantic AV

(C) - Same

(D) Trains in Bklyn Terminate at Atlantic - Pacific, run to 59 St as local, train @ manhattan/bklyn terminate @ 34

(E) - Same

(F) - Terminate at Jay St

(G) - Terminate at Hoyt Schm

(J) - I guess we'll need to suspend this, most of the line is elevated

(L) - To Myrtle - Wckyoff

(M) - Terminate at 42 St - Byrant

(N) - Terminate at Times Square, trains in Bklyn terminate at Atlantic

(Q) - Terminate at Times Sq, trains in bklyn terminate at Atlantic

(R) - Same

(S) - Rockaway and Franklin Shuttles suspended, 42 St unaffected

(Z) - Supsended

 

(1) - To 96 St

(2) - To 149 St-Concourse

(3) - To 135 St

(4) - To 149 Grand Concourse

(5) - To 149 Grand Concourse

(6) - To 3 Av - 138 St

<6> - Suspended

(7)<7> - Suspended

 

All yard trains layup on unused underground tracks and express tracks cuz all trains run local

 

I doubt any of that will happen...

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I doubt any of that will happen...

 

Would they really put the trains on underground tracks ? & i live in coneyisland right next to the water so its bad for me & they said they are going to get the buses in early tonight off of the b74 so they would put all buses in the yard and lock the gates , and put some inside .

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Sorry to say but this is not a joke. :o

 

I know a Tornado is rare in the Northeast USA especially NYC but if you see dark clouds and a funnel you better duck or else you are history aka dead.

 

And take cover in a safe and secure location as well until storm passes.

 

No, I wasn't talking about your topic. I was talking about the video!!:o

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Dont forget about LIRR, Metro North and Amtrak and NJT

 

Amtrak lost service between NYC & Boston today ........as for the storm fortnatly i'm getting the weaker part of it.....but the stronger section is aiming all of Urban Jersey & NYC

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National Weather Service has upgraded the storm to *Tornado Warning* until 845pm tonight and T-storm warning until 10pm.

 

If you in NYC's 5 boros or nearby Union/Hudson/Bergen Counties take cover right now.:eek:

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National Weather Service has upgraded the storm to *Tornado Warning* until 845pm tonight and T-storm warning until 10pm.

 

If you in NYC's 5 boros or nearby Union/Hudson/Bergen Counties take cover right now.:eek:

 

How about No....

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In honor of this possible twister here song from early 1980s called "it's Raining Men" by the Weather Girls. Enjoy Guys.

 

 

 

FYI Tommorow temps shoot back up between 96-100 in NYC/Central Park w/ another chance of thunderboomers.

 

Yup East NY i misunderstood you. LOL. Intresting way to make through the storm.:o

 

And up here in Hudson Valley no tornado just a heavy Thunderstorm.:eek:

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so uh, what does a young girl living on the fifth floor of an apartment building do in a situation like this? i'm not gonna lie, i'm scared shitless right now.

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The Storm has passed but the Lighting is illuminating the sky , i can't even see NYC form my friends house....

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so uh, what does a young girl living on the fifth floor of an apartment building do in a situation like this? i'm not gonna lie, i'm scared shitless right now.

 

Hey... I can keep you safe. Lol j/k.

 

On a serious note, I'm actually pretty excited. As a New Yorker you don't get storms like this often. So yea bring on the storm!

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