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MN Transplant

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  1. MN Transplant

    August Discobs 2019

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    August Discobs 2019

    That is a very impressive lightning display.
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    August Discobs 2019

    1.79" since the deluge on 7/8. 50% of climo rainfall during the hottest part of the year is going to fry stuff no matter what happened before that.
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    August Discobs 2019

    It should.
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    August Discobs 2019

    Last 30 days. Haves and have nots.
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    ??'s for NOAA

    How exactly is NOAA going to include the university research community in their model development plans? Is there really a way forward for the NOAA labs and non-NOAA participants to work together on a system that is capable of operations and research. /I’m not Cliff Mass, I swear
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    August Discobs 2019

    Did ok at 0.64”. Poor Mattie.
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    August Discobs 2019

    That cell in Arlington is about to go boom.
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    August Discobs 2019

    Free water from the sky is awesome. Down about 20 degrees, too.
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    August Discobs 2019

    You must be borderline warned. That boundary is doing work. Didn't need much of a trigger today.
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    August Discobs 2019

    93 at DCA. 94 here. Waiting on a build south.
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    August Discobs 2019

    Had to bail from the pool because of the thunder. Didn't rain a drop.
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    August Discobs 2019

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    August Discobs 2019

    1.18” since the deluge on July 8th.
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    July Discobs 2019

    Have a 5pm departure from DCA today. Hope they keep us in the terminal rather than have us sit on the tarmac.
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    Our region's extreme run

    All stats for DCA Temperatures: 5th warmest April (2010) 2nd warmest Spring (2010) Warmest and 3rd warmest June (2010 & 2011) Warmest month and warmest July (2011), 2nd warmest July and 2nd warmest month (2012), 3rd warmest July and T-3nd warmest month (2010) Warmest and second warmest Summer (2010 & 2011) 4th warmest September (2010) 4th warmest Autumn (2010) 3rd warmest Winter (2011-12) 4th warmest Year (2011) T-5th warmest Year (2010) Warmest March (2012) Warmest Jan-Mar (2012) Warmest Jan-Jun (2012) Snow: Snowiest December (2009) 2nd snowiest Month and 2nd snowiest February (2010) Snowiest Winter (2009-10) 3rd least snowy Winter (2011-12) Precipitation: Driest February (2009) 5th driest July (2009) 5th wettest Sept (2011) 2nd wettest Dec (2009)
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    July Discobs 2019

    BWI was 98 which ties the record high 3rd hottest day of the summer at BWI and IAD.
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    July Discobs 2019

    97. Higher than most of the days in the heat wave a week+ ago.
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    July Discobs 2019

    93 at home and at IAD. DCA lagging again.
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    July Discobs 2019

    DP in the 60s is a heck of a lot better than the mid 70s. Mid 90s is still hot, though.
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    July Discobs 2019

    Ob: hot 94 for a high. Looks like 96 BWI, 94 IAD, and DCA brings up the rear again with 93.
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    July Discobs 2019

    Great map here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianbrettschneider/2018/07/08/when-does-the-hottest-day-of-the-year-usually-occur/#67127324548c
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    July Banter 2019

    I was going to go with 16-day FV3 model output, but yours is probably more accurate.
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    2019 Mid Atlantic Lawn, Garden, Pool, etc. Thread

    Zoysia is fantastic in the summer, but it goes dormant (brown) in the winter and takes quite a while to green up in the Spring. If you are ok with that, it is great for full sun areas. And it is so nice and lush.
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    July Discobs 2019

    18 didn't act like a nino, 19 is so far. That's what I get out of only the post you are quoting. The "less convection" in the Atlantic goes along with the traditional view of El Nino = less hurricanes.
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