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  1. 45F Light rain. Looks like around .08" so far.
  2. 48F Light rain. Enough the ground is wet but that is about it. Some heavier echoes on radar about to move through.
  3. One last lawn picture. I cheat because I have a lawn service. You can see the difference between the hill area that they treat and the base which is "as is". Still quite a few leaves on the trees, oaks hanging on....also this is a good picture of my mast for the VP2. Just the anemometer up here the base station is out in the field
  4. 46F Mostly cloudy with occasional mist showers. Cloudy to the north but lots of sun to the south. Very typical for upslope situations. Still have not had any frozen anything this season last year on this date had some snow.
  5. Kind of neat to have 28.81" on the barometer but totally calm winds now. Not a leave is stirring. Low is right overhead.
  6. 50F Moderate rain Wind N 3 28.77" lowest pressure 28.72" 2.15" rain so far. Peak wind gust E 38 Scattered trees down in the area. Trees now about 30% bare. Power flickers for me. Getting my pond back. 5 ducks waddling around in 8" of water. I was running a deficit on rain the past 6 weeks so this is a plus. Clean up day upcoming
  7. I'm kind of surprised how light the wind is right now. Had a stiff breeze earlier but now the wind is really light. Noted Keene NH past hour had calm winds. Guess no strong high pressure to the north is the reason.
  8. I live almost on top of my 1200 foot hill with Newfound Lake to my southwest, west and northwest. The Cardigan mountain range 2000 to 3000 feet is 10 miles to my west so I don't think downslope will be a factor.
  9. Winds starting to really crank up here on my hill. 12Z Euro lowest pressure 973mb Northfield NH
  10. Got in a drone flight this morning before the storm takes the leaves. The warm water of Newfound Lake always form the fog cloud on cold mornings.
  11. I have a doctors appt in Plymouth on Thursday AM. Depending on how it works out I might take a quick ride up to Franconia Notch. I also watch Alex's cam to see what is happening around 1500 feet in the Whites.
  12. DIT, I don't see that. 969mb east of Cape Cod. As low fills it comes back NW over NNE.
  13. Just saw this. Perfect timing! MAJOR NEWS FROM KBOX coming up. Radar to be shutdown for technical upgrades...starting tomorrow.. NOUS41 KBOX 101807 PNSBOX CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-RIZ001>008-171715- PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOSTON/NORTON MA 207 PM EDT THU OCT 10 2019 ...THE TAUNTON /KBOX/ WSR-88D RADAR WILL BE OFFLINE FOR TRANSMITTER REFURBISHMENT FROM OCTOBER 15TH TO 19TH... BEGINNING ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, THE KBOX WSR-88D RADAR OPERATED BY THE NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTON, MA WILL BE DOWN FOR APPROXIMATELY 5 DAYS FOR THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE TRANSMITTER. ALTHOUGH THE FORM, FIT, AND FUNCTION OF THE TRANSMITTER WILL REMAIN THE SAME, OLD BREAKERS AND CABLES ORIGINAL TO THE RADAR WILL BE REPLACED WITH MODERN FUSES AND NEW CABLES. THIS WILL HELP KEEP THE 20-YEAR-OLD RADAR OPERATING SMOOTHLY FOR ANOTHER 20 YEARS. THE TRANSMITTER UPDATE IS THE SECOND MAJOR PROJECT OF THE NEXRAD SERVICE LIFE EXTENSION PROGRAM, A SERIES OF UPGRADES AND REPLACEMENTS THAT WILL KEEP OUR NATION'S RADARS VIABLE INTO THE 2030S. NOAA'S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, AND THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION ARE INVESTING $150 MILLION IN THE 7-YEAR PROGRAM. THE FIRST PROJECT WAS THE INSTALLATION OF A NEW SIGNAL PROCESSOR. THE TWO REMAINING PROJECTS ARE THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE PEDESTAL AN EQUIPMENT SHELTERS. THE SERVICE LIFE EXTENSION PROGRAM WILL BE COMPLETED IN 2022. DURING THE DOWNTIME, ADJACENT RADARS INCLUDE: ALBANY, NY (KENX), UPTON, NY (KOXK), GRAY, ME (KGYX). FOR DIRECT ACCESS TO ANY OF THESE SURROUNDING RADAR SITES, GO TO THE FOLLOWING WEB PAGE: HTTPS://RADAR.WEATHER.GOV/INDEX.HTM THE KBOX WSR-88D IS PART OF A NETWORK OF 159 OPERATIONAL RADARS. THE RADAR OPERATIONS CENTER IN NORMAN, OKLAHOMA PROVIDES LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT FOR ALL WSR-88DS. FOR A RADAR MOSAIC LOOP OF THE NORTHEAST UNITED STATES, GO TO: HTTPS://RADAR.WEATHER.GOV/RIDGE/CONUS/NORTHEAST_LOOP.PHP THE LATEST UPDATES FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE'S BOSTON/NORTON FORECAST OFFICE CAN BE FOUND AT: WEBPAGE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON FACEBOOK AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/US.NATIONALWEATHERSERVICE.BOSTON.GOV TWITTER AT @NWSBOSTON FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: ANDY NASH, METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE [email protected] 508-622-3250 EXT. 222 GLENN FIELD, WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST [email protected] 508-622-3250 EXT. 223 $$
  14. 12Z and 18Z GFS qpf totals. Does this make sense? A sub 980mb low producing less than .50" of precip over a fairly large area?