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    Burke, VA - On top of Pohick Mountain at 325' and I'm usually 0.01F cooler than my surrounds!!

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  1. Bring me the elusive golfball-sized hail.
  2. mattie g

    June Discobs 2019

    It’s always frustrating to be just on the edge of these localized heavy rain events, particularly on the warm, humid days when you just want something to break the warmth in the evening.
  3. Definitely localized flooding in this section of Fairfax County. Thanks for the thoughts and prayers
  4. mattie g

    June Discobs 2019

    We’ve gotten (and are getting) crushed with heavy rain in Burke. Must be some sort of boundary that set up over us.
  5. I find this suspect. Not sure how we'll get even 1/3 of that CAPE.
  6. mattie g

    June Discobs 2019

    I'm between the 0.20 and 0.78 to the south of Fairfax City (closer to the 0.20). We missed north and south with the storms at around 5-6:00, but then got hit flush with the one that popped up at around 7:00. Absolute gullywasher for 10 minutes or so, then had generally light rain for a few more hours. Those two 1.5"+ reading look like places that got hit by the 6:00 storm and the 7:00 popup.
  7. No. It’s lame. As lame as lame can be. Fail. Next.
  8. mattie g

    June Discobs 2019

    54 and drinking coffee on the deck with the little(r) one. Magnificent.
  9. mattie g

    June Discobs 2019

    Amazing morning. 55 when I left the house. Felt kind of like walking out the morning after the first continental cold front passage in September.
  10. One large tree ripped out of the ground and another split in half down by the Tidal Pool. Lots of smaller branches down, too.
  11. Wow...just got a tornado warning on my phone.
  12. On Amtrak just north of Bowie. This is looking SW.
  13. mattie g

    March Discobs 2019

    Sh*t weather again. Oh well. Bring on spring (for good).