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Itstrainingtime

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About Itstrainingtime

  • Birthday 09/07/1965

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KMDT
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    Male
  • Location:
    Maytown, PA (Population: 3,824)
  • Interests
    Baseball, more baseball, Penn State football, and of course, the weather!

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  1. Yep. Bring it on. Up to 89 here, 6 degrees above the projected high. I've had many days in the 5-7 degree range above predictions.
  2. Humidity is still tolerable today, which is a good thing...it's up to 87 here already. Well above the projected high, and it's going to be a close call to 90.
  3. The only time I will root for the Phillies is... (I can't stretch this to never)
  4. 82 here now - I think the projected high of 83 will fall short once again.
  5. Haha, yeah, well I won't let my wife see your post. That's in part why I invested in the weather station.(s) All I need to do is spit out what the numbers are. No more guess work. Speaking of the station, it's 74.8 here as I post this.
  6. Agree 100%. In the past, it would take a week or 2 to fill a single page in this thread. If someone new comes in, that doesn't present a very friendly environment to start posting if they feel like the members don't even post much at all.
  7. I don't pay much attention to LNS either, but it's nice to know that we had the same readings. Sometimes I question my station when I see that almost everyone else on here is several degrees cooler at night. I'm not really in an urban area that I'd expect to run warmer. I know that @Mount Joy Snowman should be a little cooler at night, he's in a more conducive area to radiate out well.
  8. Interesting...that's a pretty big discrepancy for sure. I guess there's more to it than I thought. I just don't pay attention much to MDT.
  9. Enjoy! I admittedly haven't watched a single minute, and as you know, I'm a fairly big hoops fan. I just can't get into it. I've got other things to keep me busy, like watching the Orioles lose some more games. Another nice day today before we start feeling the warmth for sure tomorrow.
  10. Maybe...sure wouldn't surprise me. Best chance is if we can get dews up in the mid 70s for that to happen. With increasing amounts of darkness now, we'd need high dews I believe so that we don't radiate that well at night. That's the thing about mid to late August heat...even on hot days, it's often more pleasant in the evening with the sun setting earlier. Speaking of radiating, I got down to 56 last night. That's actually the coolest for the summer here.
  11. Beautiful satellite image this morning - such a well-defined cutoff from clear to cloudy skies...
  12. I hope that beautiful dog didn't get sick from eating pine tar...
  13. Absolutely. And like I said over the weekend...let it get hot. It is August, and it is the dog days. Hot weather in August is more tolerable to me because; well, it's August...and the end is in sight.
  14. Just walked around campus over lunch - very nice SE breeze blowing. Cloudy with sun peeking through. Home weather station is reading 76.6 right now.
  15. Those waves to the south...holy cow. Forecast for Rodanthe, NC on the Outer Banks (where I was in early June) is for rain today through Thursday accumulating 7-11". That amount of rain will cause a tremendous amount of flooding - feel for those on vacation this week.
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