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  1. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    Euro is sure cool up here for next week. Don't see any 80's for me. It will be interesting to see where the heavy rain sets up tomorrow/Friday. Seems to be just north of me.
  2. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    Last year our 2 window units just couldn't keep the house cool. I hate heat and humidity. Home Depot and Lowe's sold out of AC's as those 70F dews stuck around through Sept. So this year I was smart (or not). I bought a 3rd 10,000 BTU in mid May. It's still in the box out in the barn. 30 day return period has passed. I have not hit 80F yet. That AC might wait till 2020 at this rate
  3. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    Just looked at the 18Z GFS. Big shift south at the end of the week. Keeps the heavy precip south of me. Thought it was going to be a good soak but now maybe not.
  4. wxeyeNH

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    My fields have so many wild flowers right now. They seem to have exploded the past week. It gets really hard to cut when it gets really high and I love the look of nice cut low fields but I know how important the flowers are to the bees/insects/butterflies. Bottom line I'll wait to mow and leave patches for the wildlife.
  5. wxeyeNH

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Alex, everything is so late, still waiting for my first 80F. I guess the Lupine Festival is a bit like the Cherry Blossoms in DC. Each year is different, this is certainly a late one!
  6. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    12Z Euro Min/Max for Norwood Mass over the next 15 days. What are you basing this off of?
  7. wxeyeNH

    NNE Warm Season Thread

    Wasn't sure if the rain would make it up to me today. It shifted north enough to just included me in steady light rain. Cool, low 60's, light rainy day. Not great for 1000's of motorcycle's heading back south from CNH Lakes Region.
  8. wxeyeNH

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Last year we started some Lupine by seed. Started the plants indoors and mid-summer they were big enough to put along the stone wall right across the road from our house. They came back up this year. Gave them some Miracle Grow earlier this spring and they have taken off. Not quite at peak but getting close.
  9. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    We know what it is but I wonder if you posted this picture on a general public forum what % of the population would know? 50%, 25%, 10%. My guess is not much more than 10%-20% would know. 3pm and a comforatably cool 72F up on my hill while I see it's quite warm down below. My non 80F day for 2019 is safe again. Euro bumps up qpf for me with the stalled front, maybe a drink to keep the lawn and garden nice and hydrated.
  10. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    57F light rain showers WTF? Expecting sunny mild day. Got to get this batch out of here! Of course it's motorcycle weekend up here so the batch will cross right over the Lake Winni area
  11. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    Passing brief showers and a little sun today. Temps bouncing 60-65F this PM. With the wind a feel of fall in the air. I still have not hit 80F this year. (78.6F so far) I went back to 2018 and I had hit 80F about 15 times last year by this date. With my old VP2 being so close to the roof line I could probably knock off a few of those.
  12. wxeyeNH

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Question. So is today's " 12Z GFS" the FV3 data?
  13. wxeyeNH

    June 2019 Discussion

    I think Brian keeps in touch with him and he is around. Just doesn't post anymore
  14. wxeyeNH

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Hope Mom is close by. We had 2 fawns born in our lower field last year and watched them grow up with Mom all through the summer, fall and winter. They moved on this spring
  15. wxeyeNH

    NNE Warm Season Thread

    A weather friend sent me this on today's date. "1842 - A late season snowstorm struck New England. Snow fell during the morning and early afternoon, accumulating to a depth of ten to twelve inches at Irasburg VT. Berlin NH was blanketed with eleven inches of snow during the day. Snow whitened the higher peaks of the Appalachians as far south as Maryland."
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