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HAZARDOUS WIND MESSAGE 
HURRICANE NETWORK NEW YORK NY
ISSUED BY THN CENTRAL PACIFIC CENTER HILO HI
810 PM EDT SUN APR 20 2020

...HAZARDOUS WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR LONG ISLAND...
...HURRICANE-FORCE WIND GUSTS EXPECTED FOR THE SOUTH SHORE....

UPDATES
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Hazardous Wind Advisory now in effect for convective wind gusts as 
well as hurricane-force gusts until 800 AM EDT Tuesday. 

WARNINGS/ADVISORIES/WATCHES
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Hazardous Wind Advisory is in effect for: 

* Southern Suffolk and Nassau Counties in New York

A Hazardous Wind Advisory is issued by The Hurricane Network when 
hazardous wind gusts are expected to approach 75-85 mph.

Interests elsewhere along the Northeastern United States should 
monitor the progress of this low. Hazardous winds of 60-70 mph are 
expected region-wide. This advisory may need to be expanded into 
coastal New England based on observations tomorrow.

SUMMARY AND IMPACTS
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* SUMMARY: A rapidly deepening low currently over the southern   
United States is expected to track over the interior Ohio River   
Valley overnight and continue to deepen. The wind field of this   
system is forecast to expand bringing dangerous winds as far as   
Indiana to the US/Canada border in Maine. 

* WINDS: In the advisory area, winds could gust up to 65 to 70 mph   
with isolated gusts to 75 to 80 mph during severe storms that are   
anticipated. Elsewhere in the region along coastal areas, winds   
could gust up from 55 to 65 mph with isolated gusts to 75 mph in   
severe storms. In adjacent coastal waters, sustained winds could   
reach 55 mph with gusts up to 80 mph. 

RECOMMENDED ACTIONS 
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* Prepare for power outages now. Stock up on necessary supplies to 
  last for several days without power. A list of supplies can be 
  found on ready.gov or redcross.org

* Do not venture outside during the peak wind event on Monday as   
there could be dangerous debris on roadways including large trees   
and downed power lines. NEVER GO NEAR DOWNED LINES...DON'T ASSUME   
THESE LINES ARE NOT LIVE. 

* Refer to the Storm Prediction Center (spc.noaa.gov) and the 
  National Weather Service (weather.gov) for watches and warnings 
  during this event. 

Forecaster Apolo (CPC) / Latteri (THN NYC)

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