Support our brothers from our long time mutual aid PPB Fire Company #2 (PUBLIC) There is a coin toss scheduled for today at the base of the Brielle/Manasquan River Bridge (Rt. 35) 10AM-4PM. Stop by and say HI! ... See MoreSee Less
There is a coin toss scheduled for today at the base of the Brielle/Manasquan River Bridge (Rt. 35) 10AM-4PM. Stop by and say HI!
This is a great video! We say it all the time, use these videos as a learning tool..watch this video, how many of you would VES that front window assuming the first due arrived 2 minutes earlier? ... See MoreSee Less
***THE ENTIRE EASTERN SEABAORD***
Is officially at risk of being impacted by "Tropical storm Erika
From NYC to Florida you all are now under the threat zone of being impacted by what is now "Tropical Storm Erika"
I will be honest, personally I am worried for folks in North Carolina and is hoping all the models do not switch to the solution of the GFDL model bringing a potential Category 4 borderline 5 hurricane into the region. So far the GFDL is the worse out of all the models and the most craziest.
If that was to happen it would most likely be the worse storm this nation has ever seen, worse then Sandy and as a bad as Katrina with North Carolina and Virginia experiencing winds of upwards to 140+ miles an hour, Flooding and beach erosion.
I personally doubt that this storm is going to get that strong but what I have noticed is that each track for this storm system has it forecasted to be impacting somewhere along the east coast, From the Southeast, to the Mid-Atlantic and now even the Northeast as another "Sandy"
The thing to know is that every solution is different but the bottom line is that the chances and possibility of this storm striking somewhere along the U.S is up to 75%.
This is a really difficult storm to forecast for me but as of now. If you live anywhere along the East coast from Long Island down to Florida, *YOU NEED TO WATCH THIS STORM AND STAY TUNED* because there is a very real chance that one of you who is reading this post along the east coast will have to very well prepare for a strong tropical storm and or hurricane within the next week or so.