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  1. The 11am update still has Zeta as a tropical storm as it enters SW Virginia. Is it really still warm-core at this point?
  2. I gotta be honest, I am most interested in the potential, eventual interaction between what’s left of Zeta and the upper level low that will eject east out of that phased trough in the west. Whopper Halloween storms are fun.
  3. Just saving this here. Organizing storms at 1min intervals and 0.5km resolution are a thing of beauty:
  4. Saved here for posterity...
  5. Probability loop of 6"+ rainfall for the next 3 days: https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/pqpf/conus_pqpf_thold_loop_framework.php?thold=600&fpd=24
  6. Ha, oops. Will do after this meeting ends....... That's what I get for working and checking here at the same time.
  7. Integrated Kinetic Energy is up over 37 now. (Edited to add, Rita was 29.6. Just for context.)
  8. Not much makes me say "wow" anymore. That Dvorak number did. 929mb satellite estimated. Wind speed response to that over the next couple of hours would be impressive.
  9. Well done on the use if IKE.
  10. Just quarantined for now. I’ll revert back to weekdays in DC/Clarksburg and weekends up here once this thing is over. I’m fortunate that my agency can complete over 98% of its mission with a remote workforce.
  11. There’s some real talent up here. I’m enjoying learning about the microclimate specifics and distinctions of a new place. Down there, it’s all so natural since I’ve been in the mid Atlantic for so long. Up here, I am having to think hard since small areal differences have a large practical weather impact. Just like down there.
  12. Here it is from the west. Very Caribbean looking
  13. Greetings from NW Vermont, where I’ve been for 13 weeks straight. I hope everyone down there is well and safe. We finally got the very first bit of moisture from that cutoff low up here. One, single terrain-Induced shower. It was pretty though. That’s Lake.Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains in the background.
  14. The very first evidence of moisture from that cut off low has finally made it to Northwest Vermont.