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  2. Here comes the next heatwave of the summer near the end of June.
  3. nw baltimore wx

    June Discobs Thread

    This is just one of many reasons why I couldn't hack it as a contractor. I get the heebie jeebies working in my own home and I know most of the critters here. The worst is the universe of creepy crawlers that reside behind the corrugated plastic in the basement's French drain. Some of those spiders are straight out of a horror movie, which is why my old hockey stick is kept on the basement stairs. On topic, it's a perfect morning for the official last day of spring.
  4. Stormpc

    June Discobs Thread

    Discussion/observations
  5. Damage In Tolland

    June Is Bustin' Out All Over - Pattern and Model Discussion

    Zero rain except far s coast Mainly CC
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  7. moneypitmike

    Summer Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

    Way to go, James! Looks like the string of COC days continues today.
  8. People that loathe winter do the exact same thing. They get all excited around 12/21 because they day gets "longer" all the while forgetting they have months and months of winter ahead. Personally I don't loathe summer but I do mark the march of time across it as we leave and go back to my more favorable seasons. I think others do too. 6/21 is just one of those dates.
  9. Next 8 days averaging 74degs., or about 1deg. AN. Month to date is +0.6. Should be little changed by the 28th. Late June and first week of July look +6, with good chances of rain, especially south and west of us.
  10. Knightking2018

    Coldest wind chill by state

    I for some reason been wanting to experience some wind chills around 50 to 65 below zero on the new scale. I just wonder how a wind chill of -45F compares to a wind chill of -65F. The air looks like an ice crystal when the wind chill is -45F. That is probably my coldest I experienced back in 1989.
  11. 6-19 ACY: 91 EWR: 90 LGA: 89 JFK: 89 TEB: 89 New Brunswick: 88 NYC: 88 TTN: 88 PHL: 88 BLM: 88 ISP: 87
  12. SACRUS

    90 Degree Days

    6-19 ACY: 91 EWR: 90 LGA: 89 JFK: 89 TEB: 89 New Brunswick: 88 NYC: 88 TTN: 88 PHL: 88 BLM: 88 ISP: 87
  13. coolio

    June Discobs Thread

    My rain gauge said I got 1.5" when I got home. Pretty good downpour. I'm fairly close to DCA and I see they got .91 and they always underreport. I'm new here so what does "discobs" mean?
  14. SteveVa

    June 2018 Obs

    Topped off at 101 today with DP in the mid 70s throughout the day at ORF-- max HI was in the 110s. Yuck!
  15. Vice-Regent

    UV Increasing?

    Aerosol loading has decreased significantly. Sources not accounted for. The US had worse air pollution during the 1990s versus now. As well aerosols were warming the stratosphere significantly in the 20th century and 2000s.
  16. bowtie`

    Clouds - 2018

    I reined myself in this evening and did not go out to the pond this evening. Does not mean I did not take cloud pics though. I still took some from my front yard. Only color, light straw yellow, was way in the distance. With the 100mm... A larger hole opened up just before the last of the light faded. With the 16-35mm...
  17. Powderboy413

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    Jamstec blows but for its June update it’s coming in cold and dry for New England next winter with a moderate El Niño.
  18. Lol 00z NAM taketh away what 12z and 18z suggested
  19. Baroclinic Zone

    Summer Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

    I'm happy for you James. Best of luck.
  20. powderfreak

    Summer Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

    Trying to cool off but still a mild evening. Temps up this way in the mountain valleys range from upper 50s to low 60s. At least it's mild enough to keep the windows and doors open for now.
  21. Sophisticated Skeptic

    Short-Term Severe/Flooding Discussion

    true true. Corpus Christi area could be the hot spot overnight. along with 80 degree dewpoints. ouch. edit: Just after posting that... a storm report of several people trapped already, and on the hoods of their cars.
  22. kdxken

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Video I took across from Loon right before it starting banging.
  23. MarkO

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Thanks. Pretty remote area and even though it's only about 1.5 miles west of 93/Rt 3. There's no way of getting there other than what appears to be a path beneath power lines and I'm guessing that would require permission from the power company.
  24. OceanStWx

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Email to [email protected] would work too!
  25. kdxken

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    I was in Lincoln when it came through and didn't see it myself but it was nasty. At the Woodstock Inn the woman next to me had a good video although it hadn't reached the ground. She was Clueless on how to transfer but said she was going to send it to News 9, might be there.
  26. kdxken

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Was going to hike on up yesterday but after reading the forecast decided on another day. Plenty of folks were headed up however.
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