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Why It's Silly To Think Sandy Is Like Irene

Irene was an amateur 'cane compared to this guy. I mean girl.

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Irene: windy

Sandy: WINDIER

Irene: Isobars

Isobars are the lines on the map that measure wind and atmospheric pressure. If they are evenly spaced things are normal. If not, then it's probably a hurricane.
Via jeffberkes.wordpress.com

Isobars are the lines on the map that measure wind and atmospheric pressure. If they are evenly spaced things are normal. If not, then it's probably a hurricane.

Sandy: TIGHTER AND MORE ISOBARS

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Irene: thin and in a line

Sandy: FAT AND EVERYWHERE

Irene: possible surge of >2 feet

Via pbs.org

Sandy: HUGE SURGE

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Irene: big

Via nasa.gov

Sandy: BIGGER

Irene: big again

Sandy: SERIOUSLY BIGGER

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Irene: large cloud

Via nasa.gov

Sandy: MASSIVE "DAY AFTER TOMORROW" LIKE CLOUD

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