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Spartman

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  1. Not only did debris clouds screw us out of heat today, but got just a trace of rain today.
  2. Not our year. We only hit 90 once this past Wednesday since July 5th. Only one heat wave this year, and that occurred last month. This weekend was supposed to be a heatwave, but failed to hit 90 each day including today thanks to getting screwed by debris clouds the past couple days. What a joke. Unless things get better again next month, I'm ready for Fall.
  3. Don't know what they're smoking, but NWS dropped forecast highs for today down to the mid to upper 80s while issuing a Heat Advisory for today.
  4. 000 SXUS71 KILN 180557 RERDAY RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH 157 AM EDT MON JUL 18 2022 ...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT DAYTON OH... A RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.64 WAS SET AT DAYTON OH YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 1.48 SET IN 1948. $$ Already just entered the 2nd half of July, and the rainfall total for this month is now 5.58". A bit early for an all-day washout. Columbus is already almost on its way to the top 10 wettest Julys.
  5. If only this was Winter..... Already have 2.79" so far this month, though the majority of that was only during the 1st week of July. Are we just pushing for a record wet July at this rate? Looks it'll be our turn later this weekend to experience what you're having today. Euro and GFS are apparently hinting the system to be Fall-like on Sunday with highs ranging from the upper 60s to the lower 70s. TWC has us down for a high of 75 on Sunday, JUST ONE degree above the record low maximum temperature set in 1925.
  6. Only reached 75, completely overcast, 0.23" of rain. The dry periods today just seem to be boring and a waste for early July. A suckfest today.
  7. Certainly in for a Fall-like storm tomorrow. Could be the coolest day for this month. 00z GFS: 00z Euro: 00z NAM:
  8. If only this was Winter.....
  9. Heat wave cancel. Heat Advisory that was supposed to be in effect in the next hour has already been dropped.
  10. Even though DAY only got 0.15" of rain today, NWS confirmed a tornado sighting per their hourly observations.
  11. 89'd after being stuck at 88 for several hours this afternoon. Highest we'll see for at least the next few weeks.
  12. VEI-6 eruptions usually lead to noticeable short-term effects on the global climate. If this is the case, we can expect to see these effects during this Summer, just like in 1992. JB already talking about a cooler-than-normal summer for much of the US. Wonder if this could be when we start to see the effects of the Tonga eruption that occurred in January.
  13. TWC just posted a video about this yesterday. The Tonga eruption reached well into the ionosphere a.k.a. space. https://weather.com/news/video/tonga-volcanic-eruption-biggest-explosion-ever-recorded-and-reached-space
  14. 12z GFS hinting a cutoff low for Memorial Day weekend.
  15. 000 CXUS51 KILN 010540 CF6DAY PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6) STATION: DAYTON OH MONTH: APRIL YEAR: 2022 LATITUDE: 39 54 N LONGITUDE: 84 12 W TEMPERATURE IN F: :PCPN: SNOW: WIND :SUNSHINE: SKY :PK WND ================================================================================ 1 2 3 4 5 6A 6B 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 12Z AVG MX 2MIN DY MAX MIN AVG DEP HDD CDD WTR SNW DPTH SPD SPD DIR MIN PSBL S-S WX SPD DR ================================================================================ 1 41 31 36 -12 29 0 0.02 0.4 T 11.6 25 300 M M 9 1 31 280 2 51 26 39 -9 26 0 0.02 0.0 0 9.3 29 270 M M 6 36 280 3 55 37 46 -3 19 0 0.00 0.0 0 9.8 29 280 M M 8 37 280 4 61 38 50 1 15 0 0.12 0.0 0 9.5 18 210 M M 7 1 23 220 5 58 39 49 -1 16 0 0.09 0.0 0 6.5 16 130 M M 9 12 19 140 6 57 42 50 0 15 0 0.15 0.0 0 9.9 24 280 M M 9 12 34 290 7 53 38 46 -4 19 0 0.01 0.0 0 13.8 29 240 M M 8 33 240 8 49 37 43 -8 22 0 0.03 0.0 0 11.4 26 250 M M 9 1 32 270 9 43 34 39 -12 26 0 0.15 0.1 0 12.7 26 290 M M 10 18 32 270 10 61 31 46 -6 19 0 0.00 0.0 0 8.9 18 140 M M 6 22 140 11 66 50 58 6 7 0 0.30 0.0 0 14.8 31 230 M M 10 1 39 220 12 70 49 60 8 5 0 0.13 0.0 0 10.1 20 170 M M 7 1 23 180 13 68 61 65 12 0 0 1.15 0.0 0 12.7 23 170 M M 9 13 35 160 14 62 40 51 -2 14 0 0.05 0.0 0 17.7 39 250 M M 5 1 47 250 15 71 46 59 5 6 0 0.01 0.0 0 17.8 35 230 M M 6 44 240 16 59 37 48 -6 17 0 0.10 0.0 0 13.5 32 230 M M 6 1 40 240 17 50 29 40 -14 25 0 0.00 0.0 0 9.7 17 40 M M 3 27 60 18 41 33 37 -18 28 0 0.31 2.3 T 12.9 25 300 M M 10 1248 32 300 19 50 34 42 -13 23 0 T T 0 13.3 26 290 M M 8 32 290 20 62 32 47 -9 18 0 0.00 0.0 0 11.5 22 130 M M 7 29 130 21 68 53 61 5 4 0 0.26 0.0 0 12.9 33 220 M M 8 18 46 230 22 75 46 61 5 4 0 0.00 0.0 0 7.9 16 140 M M 7 12 20 170 23 84 53 69 12 0 4 0.00 0.0 0 11.2 23 210 M M 3 28 210 24 82 66 74 17 0 9 0.00 0.0 0 14.6 25 220 M M 6 35 210 25 74 48 61 4 4 0 0.16 0.0 0 10.3 24 250 M M 8 1 31 220 26 51 37 44 -14 21 0 0.00 0.0 0 12.3 23 310 M M 6 27 310 27 57 33 45 -13 20 0 0.00 0.0 0 9.7 21 320 M M 2 26 300 28 57 39 48 -10 17 0 T 0.0 0 8.8 17 70 M M 9 22 50 29 66 48 57 -2 8 0 0.00 0.0 0 11.2 17 120 M M 10 20 110 30 67 50 59 0 6 0 0.11 0.0 0 14.0 23 130 M M 10 3 30 130 ================================================================================ SM 1809 1237 433 13 3.17 2.8 350.3 M 221 ================================================================================ AV 60.3 41.2 11.7 FASTST M M 7 MAX(MPH) MISC ----> 39 250 47 250 ================================================================================ NOTES: # LAST OF SEVERAL OCCURRENCES COLUMN 17 PEAK WIND IN M.P.H. PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6) , PAGE 2 STATION: DAYTON OH MONTH: APRIL YEAR: 2022 LATITUDE: 39 54 N LONGITUDE: 84 12 W [TEMPERATURE DATA] [PRECIPITATION DATA] SYMBOLS USED IN COLUMN 16 AVERAGE MONTHLY: 50.8 TOTAL FOR MONTH: 3.17 1 = FOG OR MIST DPTR FM NORMAL: -2.9 DPTR FM NORMAL: -1.29 2 = FOG REDUCING VISIBILITY HIGHEST: 84 ON 23 GRTST 24HR 1.20 ON 13-14 TO 1/4 MILE OR LESS LOWEST: 26 ON 2 3 = THUNDER SNOW, ICE PELLETS, HAIL 4 = ICE PELLETS TOTAL MONTH: 2.8 INCHES 5 = HAIL GRTST 24HR 2.3 ON 18-18 6 = FREEZING RAIN OR DRIZZLE GRTST DEPTH: T 7 = DUSTSTORM OR SANDSTORM: VSBY 1/2 MILE OR LESS 8 = SMOKE OR HAZE [NO. OF DAYS WITH] [WEATHER - DAYS WITH] 9 = BLOWING SNOW X = TORNADO MAX 32 OR BELOW: 0 0.01 INCH OR MORE: 18 MAX 90 OR ABOVE: 0 0.10 INCH OR MORE: 11 MIN 32 OR BELOW: 5 0.50 INCH OR MORE: 1 MIN 0 OR BELOW: 0 1.00 INCH OR MORE: 1 [HDD (BASE 65) ] TOTAL THIS MO. 433 CLEAR (SCALE 0-3) 2 DPTR FM NORMAL 79 PTCLDY (SCALE 4-7) 16 TOTAL FM JUL 1 4744 CLOUDY (SCALE 8-10) 12 DPTR FM NORMAL -266 [CDD (BASE 65) ] TOTAL THIS MO. 13 DPTR FM NORMAL -2 [PRESSURE DATA] TOTAL FM JAN 1 13 HIGHEST SLP 30.47 ON 22 DPTR FM NORMAL -4 LOWEST SLP 29.56 ON 13 [REMARKS] #FINAL-04-22# Despite many days with measurable precipitation and just a few days short of the April record, April ended CAD.
  16. For at least the first week of May, we kick off the month with below-normal temperatures and consecutive days of rain.
  17. It was nice to have a dry stretch this month that lasted more than only 1 day, especially when it includes a completely dry weekend. This is the second time to have a completely dry weekend this year.
  18. The first half of this month was just a washout. Only had 2 dry days the entire 1st half and so far this month. Today is the 14th day with measurable precipitation this month. The record number of days with measurable precipitation in April is 21 in 1920.
  19. 000 SXUS71 KILN 141347 RERDAY RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH 946 AM EDT THU APR 14 2022 ...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT DAYTON OH... A RECORD RAINFALL OF 1.15 WAS SET AT DAYTON OH YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 1.07 SET IN 1991. $$
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