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  1. Here is a map of rainfall departures from normal over the past 90 days. Really interesting. Dry in NNE. A very sharp dividing line in CNE with a swath of excessive rainfall just south of me. Then it gets dry SE of the Boston area. Southern VT, NH, Conn and Central Mass just got hammered with Tstorm after Tstorm this summer.
  2. wxeyeNH

    9th annual Lawn Thread 2018

    Not exactly a lawn post but frickin deer.. I didn't think my peach tree would bare fruit this year after that wicked cold spell in early January. It did. Had about 75 peaches on the tree. Last week they were weighing down the tree and I just went to check as they should have been about ripe. Not one peach. Only pits on the ground. I have watched the deer stand on their hind legs to get our apples but they sure stripped this tree clean. Didn't leave even one on the upper branches.
  3. I guess we are really lucky the Atlantic basin has been so quiet this season so far. With the semi-persistent WAR tropical systems would be steered towards the east coast adding to the extreme rainfall amounts. Watching Lane for my friends on the Big Island of Hawaii.
  4. Winter is coming... yesterday the Big Island of Hawaii had severe thunderstorms. Up at the summit of Mauna Loa (13800) they got some snow. I was watching the facebook page. Some people thought it was hail but it was confirmed as snow. Meanwhile down at the ocean level some places reached over 90F The Kilaeau eruption looks like it has come to an end. They missed a bullet last week with Hurricane Hector but now they have to watch Hurricane Lane. It's moving WNW but may get to the end of the subtropical ridge and make a hard north turn towards the Hawaiian Islands.
  5. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    BZ, I know you have been in a rainfall hole like me. How much have you got since May 1rst? I'm at exactly 10". Doing better this month. At 2.68" after last nights .65"
  6. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Most of you "youngsters" wouldn't remember but in 1980 about 5 days after Mt St Helens erupted the smoke moved across the country. I was living in Boston. The sky was very smoky but had a very eerie reddish tint. Everyone was talking about it.
  7. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    yeah, I posted the GOES image in another thread. Major smoke in the midwest. Some vis down to 2 miles.
  8. .65" from last night's T storms. Take a look at this morning GOES. Cold front coming through New England. Look at all that smoke in the midwest and Canada. We have been in a SW flow but as the winds come around west or northwest it could get very smoky, at least above the surface.
  9. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Looks like it's almost over. .45" over the past 90 minutes. Congrats Brian for your foot of rain the past month. You must be close after tonight
  10. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Thunderstorm now with heavy rain. .34" and counting
  11. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Just made this 30 minute timelapse. As you can see lots of lightning (and cars coming up my road). Vis remains good with just some light rain. https://video.nest.com/clip/7fbcd70190404857939a5f13b556593e.mp4
  12. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Thunderstorm fell apart as it approached. Now past east. .10" but more rain to the west.
  13. I just saw KBRI and thought you were putting an ASOS here in Bridgewater NH
  14. wxeyeNH

    General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

    Looks like the first direct T storm of the season about to hit. Just counted 22 flashes in the past minute, all quads. Strong storm to my SW. Don't see how Im going to escape this one. Rain gauge ready and waiting...
  15. The headline of this summer should be the humidity. Local rainfalls were impressive in some areas as well as the earlier heat wave. Once we are all said and done I think it will be the relentless dewpoints. Reinforces why I moved away from Baltimore.