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Arnold214

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  1. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    Kinda surprised that the seabreeze didn't light up on the north shore of Long Island this afternoon. Usually does when dews get that warm. Might have been slightly capped from a ML parcel perspective or had some larger scale descent to deal with.
  2. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    Sound breeze dandy.
  3. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    14z HRRR max updraft helicity swath through Tolland County. Let's hope for a roof ripper.
  4. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    I'll probably talk to the forest service in the coming days to see if they stumbled on anything. One of the best couplets of the day was in the national forest between Jackson and Chatham NH. So remote.
  5. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    Property value = up
  6. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    In total we have two separate EF-1's in Bridgton, one EF-0 on Sebago, and another EF-0 in Denmark ME. So 4 total that we know of. There are a few highly unpopulated spots near Waterville Valley NH and east of Jackson NH where there could have been a couple but it will be hard to know. The survey team also looked at the damage on Conway Lake NH and called that an 85 mph microburst.
  7. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    I'm not sure if anyone is going to that area today. If you can give me a general idea of the damage and and possibly some pics i can pass it along. I am off today.
  8. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    I have to add the the first Bridgton supercell cycled like it was in KS or something. The first meso peeled off to the NW as the hook dissipated with another hook and new meso forming to the southeast. I haven't seen a clearly cyclic tornadic supercell up here before.
  9. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    Yeah the FF was extremely impressive. Warm cloud depths were through the roof. We split duties so someone else was doing the flash flood warnings which is a huge job by itself. I'm not sure I have ever worked an event where the "trifecta" of thunderstorm threats (tor, svr, ff) were present together for a whole shift.
  10. Arnold214

    Convective Thread

    That was a day I won't forget for awhile. I didn't even realize I had issued 7 tors and 12 svr's until i got home at 1030 tonight. I probably could have issued 9 or 10 tors but some of the signatures were fleeting. If Hanrahan is reading this thread, I appreciate the twitter kudos. Saw it, just never had a chance to respond.
  11. Arnold214

    Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    Awesome to see the trees sag then come back up.
  12. Arnold214

    Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    yeah just saw that. Making sure we have several inches up there in the grids with that bright band coming. I am receiving a few 5-6" reports from around 1500 ft. So I guess 10" isn't totally out of the question in Nelson.
  13. Arnold214

    Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    Just saw this pic from Nelson NH. I thought it might be someone posting an old pic but I guess if the guy is around 2,000 ft, it's possible.
  14. Arnold214

    Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    Yep...up to 4.5" of cement from what I can tell so far this morning.
  15. Arnold214

    Spring Banter & General Discussion/Observations

    NH power outages via Eversource.
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