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Yep the chasers are in Cape May... been watching their exploits (police, trees down, floods and a panicky navigator) since about 3pm.. heading further and further south... looking at the radar they seem in the right place to witness the eye wall...

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Isnt that the ustream live one where the police stopped them and sent them home?

Yes they made it to Cape May beach, parked up, got out of the car and reported 30-40 foot waves and wind at 80 mph. Currently offline — maybe having a break to get the cameras primed for when it hits.

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Yes they made it to Cape May beach, parked up, got out of the car and reported 30-40 foot waves and wind at 80 mph. Currently offline — maybe having a break to get the cameras primed for when it hits.

Ah i see, thanks, will keep watching! :)

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Centre very close to landfall now on 2115z surface plot:

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Central pressure rising now, lowest was 943mb, which apparently doesn't break the all time low pressure record across the Northwest Atlantic at least - which was set by Hurricane Gladys in 1975, which fell to 939mb on October 2nd of that year.

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