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  • Sea level rise will amplify the impact of future hurricanes and Nor'easters.

    Benjamin Strauss: NYC's One-Inch Escape From Irene

  • The anomalously strong temperature differences (gradient) along the coast helps fuel more frequent "Nor'easters".

    Why was last year so snowy? Part II

  • Dodging cops, tolltakers and other crazy bridge fisherman in the cold of November and December nights, usually during Nor'easters.

    Which Fishing Cult is the Most Insane?

  • These storms are called "Nor'easters" because the counter-clockwise circulation around a low pressure system on the Atlantic coast pushes moist sea air from the north-east into arctic air over the land.

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  • Memories of Nor'easters and power outages faded and forgiven.

    Waiting on the Green

  • We can have a hurricane, two Nor'easters and two winter storms all in the same year.

    Interview with NBC4's Doug Kammerer

  • Can I just say that Nor'easters are my least favorite form of weather?

    Again with the Lack of Power

  • I really miscalculated on Maine, thinking the Nor'easters would do their usual “buck the wave” thang and contrarily and “Yankee-ly” turn back the Obama tide.

    “Unconscious.”

  • I also feel that I'd rather put up with the ground moving beneath my feet in a major way every few decades or so versus the yearly onslaught of Nor'easters, thunderstorms, hurricanes, etc. that east coasters must deal with.

    DesignerBlog

  • And here's the thing about those Nor'easters -- they move quickly, right?

    CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2007

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