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Spanks45

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  1. My garden is toast at this point...Tomatoes literally rotting on the plants. We are over 13 inches now since around July 10th. I think we would have been better off getting 13 inches in 2 day followed by a nice dry period. Instead it has rained almost every other day since then. I sure hope we don't pay for this come winter time, I am a firm believer in the law of averages.
  2. I am surprised that they haven't hoisted Flash flood watches yet, especially given how much rain we have gotten recently...
  3. Even on a somewhat boring weather day, GOES16 is still worth a glimpse on a daily basis....The cyclonic flow down around the Delmarva region is interesting to see along with all of the other cloud movements... http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/exper/?parms=subregional-Mid_Atlantic-02-48-1-100-1&checked=map&colorbar=undefined
  4. Even on a somewhat boring weather day, GOES16 is still worth a glimpse on a daily basis....The cyclonic flow down around the Delmarva region is interesting to see along with all of the other cloud movements... http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/exper/?parms=subregional-Mid_Atlantic-02-48-1-100-1&checked=map&colorbar=undefined
  5. Spanks45

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    They were pretty insane, no thunder at all very tropical in nature. A little gusty towards the end of the rain. Picked up 0.70 in the stratus in under 30 minutes.
  6. Spanks45

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    I was thinking the same thing, could hear almost non stop thunder to my north. We get the warning and not one rumble of thunder so far. We are now raining at 4.00" per hour according to the davis. This after we had 0.94" yesterday....
  7. 7.17" mtd here, not bad considering we have missed out on several opportunities....
  8. Spanks45

    Hmmm, A July Hybrid Storm? - Possibly

    1.77" so far since "it" began. We are definitely on the wrong side of the circulation. Areas of the mid Atlantic have been picking up inches of rain in just a few hours with each passing storm. My garden prefers the rain spread out over a period of time...
  9. I had an 81 the other day on my Davis as well, I mean 77+ is all horrible so whats a point or 2 among friends?
  10. Whole new level....reminds me of daily life in the Florida Keys
  11. Meso models continue to paint a stormy late afternoon along the 84 corridor. Could be isolated flash flooding where they develop. It would be nice to cool down the temps later on, but would assume it would only add to the torrid humidity that is already present. If that is even possible as my dewpoint has been bouncing around 78-80 already....
  12. 88/78 HI 101....humid
  13. I'm assuming that is what is causing the convection out in western PA/NY this afternoon? and why it fizzles to nothing by this evening....
  14. so essentially the modeled convection disappears in a run or 2 and we still end up on the inside of the "ring of fire" until the whole thing pushes east of Friday....
  15. See some convection showing up on the meso models tomorrow evening. Is this a phantom event or is there some legitimacy to this? CT seems to be in the proverbial bulls-eye at the moment? Seems like the type of pattern for slow moving flash flooding storms if the atmospheric cap can lift tomorrow.... 92.1/77 HI:107 atm
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