BTRWx

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  1. 48 minutes ago, mranger48 said:

    Nvm here's the expanded view courtesy of Ryan Maue on twitter:

    Max wind ecmwf

     


    Rain
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    Maue has become too Bastardi-like. Man, I used to love those guys.


  2. 6 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

    Yea they're showing a decent moderate 3" - 5" event, as in smaller and even moderate sized rivers would rise solidly with this.  You typically don't see the larger main stem rivers respond significantly until you get 6" across most of their basin (IE: Potomac).  This'll be a fun little thing to track...maybe we'll get another bump up on the numbers today.

    Below the lwx hydro discussion, the tidal technicalities hint at 1' anomalies along the eastern shore!

    eta: Those are the values before the rain. Wow!

    https://s11.postimg.org/4c8l4w8pv/Noreaster_threat_late_July_2017_lwx_afd_hydro_ti.jpg


  3. 3 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

    Last year there was an event where the EURO spit out like 12" lollies 6 hours out and it flat out busted.  I think we had a decently sized MOD risk that day with a small HIGH near I-81 for terrain enhancements.  I don't think anyone got over 2" of rain with that event.  That's about as far back as I can remember.

    Most models show high qpf now, right?


  4. 23 hours ago, yoda said:

    :lol:

    Well if more people would say something... like mattie g did in the banter thread and then I linked him to where he could learn more about that Skew-T's... I mean most should know about the sup composite maps... not trying to toss you under the bus mappy, but no one really comes out and says explain this or I don't understand this so I (and I would assume others as well) just post images and go

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