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  2. I’ve been driving all day since we left the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame around 3:30 so I listened to a lot of it. Rory played well and Bryson did ok. I feel bad for Bland.
  3. MCV has formed out west as expected and is wickedly strong
  4. MA happy hours were great but sloppy. I don't really miss them. This state is drunk enough without sloppy pitchers at 1am. Best to pay full price for your alcohol because it usually leads to better decisions or lessons learned.
  5. What’s the euro showing for next weekend? GFS is rainy, CMC isn’t showing much. Having an outdoor party, hoping this time we skip out on the rain
  6. I wonder if the threads were started by someone who was flagged as a spammer which would explain why the threads vanished. Otherwise they were likely deleted by the original poster and no one saw it in time to restore it and it's gone for good. Unless an admin can find it somewhere.
  7. I guess it's all relative. I'm used to working outside alot as a Construction worker. 90/70 or higher sucks so highs in the 70s most of the day with dews 65-68 is actually pretty nice
  8. Belmar was cool and cloudy all day with off and on sprinkles. water temp was 64F, spent considerable time swimming but eventually it was too much cold too long and I gave up. heavy rains moved in during dinner.
  9. while I hope you are with us for a long time my friend, rest easy knowing I will visit your plot to water the flowers and shine the headstone. myself, I am requesting my ashes be thrown into a tornado and scattered over Kansas.
  10. Erie and Ontario protect us from any real long time drought. When the air cools down and our rainy season starts in fall it cures any drought we may have had in summer. Out west they don't have that luxury. It can be dry there for years on end. That literally is impossible in this forum.
  11. Awesome! Enjoy! The atmosphere of the crowd should be incredible for a home game 7!
  12. The dew points in the high 30’s a few days ago were preferable to me!
  13. Dew points in the mid 60’s are very uncomfortable in my opinion.
  14. 89° here for hi today with 0.14" rain.
  15. PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA 425 PM EDT SAT JUN 19 2021 /325 PM CDT SAT JUN 19 2021/ ...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 06/18/2021 TORNADO EVENT... .OVERVIEW... .JAY TORNADO JUNE 18 2021... A STRONG THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPED OVER SOUTHERN ADAMS COUNTY FRIDAY AFTERNOON ON JUNE 18TH. THIS STORM QUICKLY INTENSIFIED WITHIN A VERY UNSTABLE, SHEARED ENVIRONMENT AND BECAME SUPERCELLULAR AS IT TURNED RIGHT INTO NORTHEAST JAY COUNTY. A TORNADO SUBSEQUENTLY DEVELOPED APPROXIMATELY 3 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BRYANT INDIANA AROUND 350 PM EDT AND RAPIDLY STRENGTHENED TO EF2 CATEGORY AS THE TORNADO TRACKED EAST-SOUTHEAST, DAMAGING OR DESTROYING SEVERAL RURAL HOMES AND FARMSTEADS AND FELLED A 100FT COMMUNICATIONS TOWER. THE TORNADO THEN WEAKENED BRIEFLY AS THE PARENT STORM TURNED HARD RIGHT AND REINTENSIFIED INTO A MULTI-VORTEX, 500 YARD WIDE EF2 TORNADO AS IT TRACKED SOUTH-SOUTHEAST, HITTING SEVERAL MORE FARMSTEADS WITH DAMAGED HOMES AND DESTROYED FARM BUILDINGS AND KILLING SEVERAL CATTLE. THE PARENT STORM AND TORNADO BOTH WEAKENED THEREAFTER WITH THE TORNADO FINALLY LIFTING/DISSIPATING IN AN OPEN FIELD APPROXIMATELY 8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BRYANT INDIANA. RATING: EF2 ESTIMATED PEAK WIND: 130 MPH PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/: 5.2338 MILES PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/: 500.0 YARDS FATALITIES: 0 INJURIES: 0 START DATE: 06/18/2021 START TIME: 03:50 PM EDT START LOCATION: 1 NW WESTCHESTER / JAY COUNTY / IN START LAT/LON: 40.5177 / -84.9085 END DATE: 06/18/2021 END TIME: 04:07 PM EDT END LOCATION: 2 NNE BELLFOUNTAIN / JAY COUNTY / IN END LAT/LON: 40.4645 / -84.848
  16. Tropical Depression Claudette Discussion Number 10 NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL032021 1000 PM CDT Sat Jun 19 2021 Although the center is well inland, Claudette has become better organized during the past several hours, with a large area of convection forming close to the center in the northern quadrant. In addition to this convection, a large area of rain bands is present over the eastern semicircle from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico northward into southeastern Tennessee Surface observation indicate that the maximum winds have decreased a little more and are now 25 kt, with these winds mainly over the Gulf of Mexico to the south of the center. Surface observations also indicate that the central pressure is 1005-1006 mb. The initial motion is still northeastward, but is a little slower than before, 050/12 kt. A turn to the east-northeast is expected during the next 6-12 h as Claudette moves in the westerlies on the north side of the subtropical ridge. This motion should take the system across portions of the southeast U.S. during the next 36 h or so and then over the western Atlantic and toward Atlantic Canada with a significant increase in forward speed between 36- 72 h. The track forecast guidance remains tightly clustered and has changed little since the last advisory. So, the new forecast track is basically an update of the previous forecast, and it calls for the system to be near the coast of North Carolina at about the 36 h point. The intensity guidance continues to show a sizable amount of spread. On one side, the GFS has an ill-defined system reaching the Carolina coast in 36 h, with only minimal subsequent intensification after Claudette moves into the Atlantic. On the other side, the UKMET shows the central pressure falling below 1000 mb before the system reaches the Atlantic and winds exceeding 50 kt once the system is over water. The ECMWF and Canadian models lie between these extremes. The model forecasts do not show any strong baroclinic forcing that would lead to the level of intensification shown by the UKMET. On the other hand, the short-term trends in the cyclone's organization currently favor the stronger model forecasts. Given the uncertainty, the intensity forecast is not changed much from the previous forecast, except for moving the time of dissipation up by 24 h as Claudette gets absorbed into a large extratropical low over eastern Canada. If the current trends continue, or later GFS runs forecast a stronger system, the intensity forecast could be adjusted upward in later advisories. It should be noted that even the weaker GFS solution brings 30-35 kt winds to the North Carolina coast near the 36 h point, and a tropical storm warning will likely be required for a portion of the current watch area on the next advisory. Key Messages: 1. Claudette is expected to produce heavy rainfall and flash flooding across portions of the Florida Panhandle, northern Alabama, and Georgia through tonight, and into the Carolinas on Sunday. Considerable flash, urban, and small stream flooding impacts are possible across these areas. 2. Tropical storm conditions are possible along portions of the North Carolina coast Sunday night and Monday, where a Tropical Storm Watch is in effect. Tropical Storm Warnings will likely be required for portions of this area early Sunday. FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS INIT 20/0300Z 32.6N 87.0W 25 KT 30 MPH...INLAND 12H 20/1200Z 33.3N 84.7W 25 KT 30 MPH...INLAND 24H 21/0000Z 34.2N 81.0W 30 KT 35 MPH...INLAND 36H 21/1200Z 35.4N 76.6W 35 KT 40 MPH...INLAND 48H 22/0000Z 37.7N 71.9W 40 KT 45 MPH...OVER WATER 60H 22/1200Z 40.8N 66.7W 40 KT 45 MPH 72H 23/0000Z 44.5N 60.8W 45 KT 50 MPH...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP 96H 24/0000Z...DISSIPATED $$ Forecaster Beven
  17. 6/19 EWR: 93 LGA: 91 PHL: 90 BLM: 89 TEB: 89 JFK: 89 NYC: 88 New Brnswck: 88 ISP: 88 ACY: 88 TTN: 87
  18. 6/19 EWR: 93 LGA: 91 PHL: 90 BLM: 89 TEB: 89 JFK: 89 NYC: 88 New Brnswck: 88 ISP: 88 ACY: 88 TTN: 87
  19. @weatherwiz @CoastalWx @Typhoon Tip or anyone else who may know... Completely OT question. Are damage survey teams made up strictly of meteorologists?
  20. Another bust storm day
  21. you thinking wind or tornadoes? If tornadoes, that's bold. I could see wind though. Storms moving out of Iowa later tomorrow evening should organize into a robust QLCS of sorts.
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