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  2. Spectacular out...hard to find anything wrong with a day like this... ...well, unless it was 50 degrees colder with +SN :)
  3. weatherwiz

    Metro Areas For Next Meeting of The Mind(less)?

    ORH seems like a perfect spot...not only b/c of the central location but you don't have to deal with the city traffic/parking crap. When I went to Boston I ended up parking in a garage and it cost $42 Funky Murphy's is such a nice place and it's plenty spacious.
  4. mreaves

    Metro Areas For Next Meeting of The Mind(less)?

    What, no BTV?
  5. Typhoon Tip

    April 2019 Discussion II

    mm.. replace the mid and high deck cyclonic whirl with sun-destructive pancake as well tho... But yeah, it looks like come early afternoon the sky will be improving(ed) considerably...
  6. jbenedet

    April 2019 Discussion II

    I think I salvage a good chunk of the afternoon here. Taking the over on temps. Clearing SW to NE. System is also weak, and weakening as it slowly moves ENE. Late April sun will also help to burn off the low level laggards.
  7. HimoorWx

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Over 2.5" in Randolph. Waves of precip just kept coming in off the ocean and a lot of it was much heavier than it appeared on radar.
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  9. dryslot

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Andorscoggin is receding, Really never got that high above flood stage other then minor.
  10. Typhoon Tip

    April 2019 Discussion II

    just in the last 1.5 hours worth of loop there is suggestion of western arc/rim advancing east.. . Seems it'd have to with the Lakes stuff moving into western NY and PA to kick this into motion perhaps -
  11. Baroclinic Zone

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Crazy, you got 2" more then I did.
  12. dryslot

    April 2019 Discussion II

    So its not summer after all, eh?
  13. Typhoon Tip

    April 2019 Discussion II

    https://weather.cod.edu/satrad/?parms=subregional-New_England-02-24-1-100-1&checked=map&colorbar=undefined
  14. HIPPYVALLEY

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Started cloudy but suns out buns out here. Should hit 70F Enjoy the mank Easterners.
  15. Typhoon Tip

    April 2019 Discussion II

    classic 20 or even 30 F heat sink between HFD and Logan...
  16. Typhoon Tip

    April 2019 Discussion II

    It's always interesting to me how that atmosphere seems to mirror the Labrador Current so often - ... as illustrated by Steve's repost of the NAM 3-KM 2-m temperatures. It's seen often enough to suggest in the on-going planetary physical machinery of all, a tendency for both fluid environments to move back SW around these ~ latitudes and longitudes. Not all the time or at every time do they happen concurrently ... But as a kind of rest state, the LC flows back SW along the Maritime waters of eastern Canada ...terminating beneath the Gulf interface E of the Del Marva at all times; whereas, the atmosphere finds any way at least excuse imaginable to do the same thing... but often enough to be an indigenous trait of this region. Both pile cold. Whether by sea, up against land. By air over the eastern New England dumpster. It just seems to be a topographic circumstance of our location that is a negative node for fluid systems - like being born with a learning disabillity and having to work extra hard to ever be as warm as the other kids... heh.
  17. Baroclinic Zone

    Metro Areas For Next Meeting of The Mind(less)?

    North Billerica sounds like a wonderful place for a meet & greet
  18. Spanks45

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Nasty day yesterday, beautiful here this morning...definitely making a run for 75 here
  19. bluewave

    Spring 2019 Banter Thread

    https://mobile.twitter.com/bhensonweather/status/1119293305215422465 2018 is the first year on record with Category 5 storms in the Atlantic, East Pacific, Central Pacific, and West Pacific.
  20. Typhoon Tip

    April 2019 Discussion II

    That satellite presentation and loop cannot more elaborately illustrate New England sore-butt season...
  21. Eskimo Joe

    2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    Cat 4 into Point Lookout that stalls or bust.
  22. tamarack

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Kennebec still in the parking lots in Augusta, St. John a bit above flood in Fort Kent, probably isolating a few places east of where the Fish River enters.
  23. tamarack

    NNE Winter Thread

    There's a mud-season tale about a fellow on his front porch watching a hat go past, stop, and return. The hat raised up a bit and the man wearing it said, "Good morning." Guy on the porch replied, "Tough walking in that mud, ain't it?" "Who's walking? I'm on horseback!"
  24. CoastalWx

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Looks like about 2.9" Dam soaked.
  25. Long Island takes the rainfall lead from areas further west this month to date. Vegetation is becoming green and lush with the spring bloom. Warm and wet conditions are really helping things along. Every warm up like today is eventually followed by another chance of rain. Welcome to the tropics. .........rain.....temperature departure ISP...4.15....+3.2 JFK..3.13....+2.0 LGA..3.02....+2.5 NYC..3.29....+3.6 EWR..2.88....+3.6 HPN..3.06.....+3.3
  26. Sn0waddict

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Hoping we can get near 70 today before the seabreeze kicks in.
  27. I am thinking we can probably squeeze in a gtg before full-on summer hits and people head out to bask in the HHH wearing banana hammocks, wife beaters, flip flops, straw hats, and buckets of lotion, all while dragging their knuckles and coolers full of brews to the local beach or park.
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