WX4NHC Online Hurricane Weather Report Submission

Timestamp: 2010-08-30 10:57:08 -0500
Event: EARL
Received Via: VOIP NET
Reporting Weather Volunteer Observer: Rob-KD1CY
Email: rmacedo@rcn.com

Observed (mo/day/year): AUG/30/2010

Observation time: 1455 UTC; 1055 AM Atlantic
Reported By: Steve Donahue
Contact number:
Geographic Location of Observation:

, Anguilla
Latitude: ; Longitude:

Wind Measurements: Measured
Sustained Wind Speed: MPH
Gust Speed: MPH
Wind Direction: N degrees

Barometric Pressure: MILLIBARS

Measured Rainfall: INCHES

Comments: Storm Carib report from Anguilla: 10:40 AM – Monday The wind is pretty much out of the southwest now, and Earl has found some “new life”! Winds are as strong as they have been – in fact, a little stronger. Since the salt pond is not supposed to have breakers in it, I assume the sea has broken through to the salt pond between Cap Juluca and Altemar. Battery pack keeps beeping, so assume it won’t last long. Still moderate rain, but no downpours. Lots of broken limbs, no trees down I can see, The rain just started in sheets – coming through all the cracks on the south side of the house.