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  1. Next week, however, is going to suck. The Euro shows an Omega Block for next week.
  2. Are we heading for a September 2011 redux?
  3. CMH and DAY both managed to sneak in a 90 this afternoon while CVG got 89'd. This'll be the last time to hit 90 for the year. Fall arrives on time next week. The 12z Euro is hinting a cutoff low for mid-to-late next week.
  4. This means we'll be heading for a 2nd September in a row without a 90. NWS and TWC both dropped all 90s from their forecasts. Going to be a waste of a hot period.
  5. We may very well have a crappy weekend on tap. Cloud cover has already increased significantly ahead of the upcoming system that is supposed to arrive tomorrow night into Sunday. Labor Day looks good.
  6. DAY finished with 2.91" of rainfall for the month just 0.05" below normal while CMH tied for the 5th wettest August on record. In addition, CMH had 17 days with measurable rainfall, just one day short of the record of 18 days set in 1882 and 1980.
  7. Another 90-degree day today. This is the longest heat wave of all heat waves this Summer. Of all the storms that fired up today, I got 0.16" or rain.
  8. DAY hit 92 while CVG hit 85 and CMH hit 86. Debris clouds from the MCV impacted those areas good.
  9. Yesterday, the 0.14" of rain received was the highest daily total of all days this week.
  10. For the second day in a row, DAY got only 0.01" of rain again today. Completely overcast for the first time since late June with very little rain today. CVG barely got anything while CMH got another soaker for the second day in a row. CMH set a daily maximum rainfall record yesterday. With how slow the system is with the remnants of Fred, imagine how this would have been tracked if only this was Winter.
  11. So far, DAY only got 0.01" of rain today. Meanwhille, CVG and CMH are soaked.
  12. A chance of a dry weekend looks to be no more. Of all systems throughout next week, the system tomorrow into Monday looks a bit fall-like. Many areas mainly in the 70s, but some stuck in the 60s during the day on Sunday. Here's the temps for Sunday into Monday. Euro: GFS:
  13. Seems like wet weekends are becoming more common while completely dry weekends are becoming rare year after year. Even one station in Indianapolis keeps track of all the wet and dry weekends every year. From CBS 4 Indy's blog published last Thursday for example: If this is the new norm, screw this.
  14. 89'd today. With the rain coming up throughout the week, it looks like it's the highest it's going to get for this month.
  15. Well, we wasted a hot stretch during the final week of July. It looks like the upcoming hot stretch is going to be another waste. NWS has already started dropping the 90s from their forecast.
  16. Finished -0.6 at DAY with 5.39" of rainfall, not enough for even reaching the 10th wettest July on record. Indy almost failed to reach 90 the entire month.
  17. So much for July being the hottest time of the year in 2021. Even with all that wildfire smoke and rainfall, can it be worse for August?
  18. Some weekend this is going to be. Looks like we're in for an overcast day to end July tomorrow. Clouds are already increasing. Highs are only to be around 75 or lower tomorrow. Sunday, we'll be dealing with widespread haze from the wildfire smoke to kick off August.
  19. Not one 90 during this wasted hot stretch. The heat wave was too overhyped. The hype seemed reminiscent of when a significant snowstorm is forecast during the Winter to only result to a dusting up to a couple of inches of snow. Definite trainwreck.
  20. Only made it to 87. NWS now caved with TWC and dropped any mentions of 90 on their forecast. Heat wave cancel. No more 90s for the month. I will still only have a total of 7 90-degree days heading into August.
  21. 89'd at all three climate sites: CVG, DAY, and CMH.
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