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  1. Probably not much that can be done about it other than place it where the wind is blocked. I am in the woods so I have tree branches that hang over the gauge no matter where I put it. Tends to catch lower than actual, but not by much. I use this link to compare. https://www.iweathernet.com/total-rainfall-map-24-hours-to-72-hours You can zoom right in over your yard and click to get the rainfall. It tends to be a bit higher than my gauge especially when trees are leafed out, which makes sense. Always pretty close though- usually within 0.15".
  2. There was some decent T&L with the storms that moved through last evening, but the line was weakening as it approached. On and off showers overnight into this morning bumped the rain total up to 0.68".
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    Winter 2022-23

    from CPC/NCEP- In summary, though La Niña is favored to continue through the end of the year, the odds for La Niña decrease into the Northern Hemisphere late summer (52% chance in July-September 2022) before slightly increasing through the Northern Hemisphere fall and early winter 2022 (58-59% chance.. Most likely we are looking at a weak Nina for Fall/early Winter, trending neutral towards early 2023.
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    Winter 2022-23

    It's a bit early for this lol. Chill.
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    Winter 2022-23

    I wonder how much it costs the Canadians to run the CanSIPS? New edition implies a 'close the shades' type winter. Has the broad, flat Pacific ridge south of the Aleutians and +AO/NAO for the entire winter. Lucky for us the CFS is not as bad.
  6. Next week looks potentially active with a frontal boundary in the area and a series of subtle shortwaves moving through the northwesterly flow aloft.
  7. I've seen worse patterns heading into the heart of summer. This look would likely produce temps around average for the MA.
  8. A few rumbles of thunder and a decent downpour. 0.32". Good enough to water the plants.
  9. Same here. Decent gust front but the line split. Didn't even get much rain from it.
  10. Up to 1.35" here now. Beneficial rain this morning. Looks like it's winding down.
  11. Repeating pattern continues. Some brief upper ridging and warming this weekend, then looks like back to a few days of 80 w/upper 50s at night.
  12. Steady, soaking rain here now as that band has expanded east. Up to 0.75".
  13. 0.62" here, but all that fell late afternoon/evening yesterday. That N-S band has been just to my west overnight. Places along the Bay have received 2"+ amounts. Guidance shows it shifting east later this morning but also weakening.
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