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wxeyeNH

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  1. .31" final 1.73" so far August About 3.25" July
  2. Rain hole over me last night. Only .21" through 7am. Raining lightly now with this last band up to around .25" Congrats to those who did get some beneficial rain.
  3. Move north young man. Drip.drip.drip ----RA .12" so far
  4. Rain backing in from the northeast has just begun. Both Euro and GFS say around .60" but a very sharp cutoff in my area. I will believe it when I see it.
  5. Precip is still going strong at hour 48
  6. I'm glad I am not an on air forecaster for this week. Just no model consistency. At least it now seems that the qpf will back in somewhere in New England. Here is the 12Z Euro and GFS comparison. Pick your poison.
  7. 12Z Euro through 200 hours compared to 0Z run from last night
  8. Back to a total miss on 12Z GFS. Comparisons from 06Z
  9. How does this happen? Super computers and such. Only 90 hours or so out.
  10. Not that there has been a lot of model consistency the trend (at least with the GFS) is westward ho. Now watch the whole thing get cutoff and come in so far SW that SNE just gets some tropical rain showers.
  11. Lots of watering this summer and some fertilizer has kept my lawn pretty good. A bit of burn out under the maple tree. The 1" of rain the other day helped and also being in a cooler climate than SNE. High temperature this summer was only 91.3F
  12. Jeez. I had not looked at weather stuff since yesterday. At that time it looked like a region wide soaker with just details as to where the heavy rain sets up. I come back now (without reading all the posts since yesterday) but I just took a quick glance at the 18Z GFS and it has the Stein continuing and getting worse. Almost no rain through 270 hours. What a change!
  13. Brian, I noticed on the drought map you posted, your in the +1 to -1 while just 20 miles to your NNW I'm in -4 to -6. Hopefully next week New England gets a soak.
  14. Bring on a SE flow of clean tropical air with quick hitting showers. Bahama Blues!
  15. I don't know if this is the "official" reading for KBOS. It shows a high of 98.6F at 17:55. If that is the case does it go down in the books as a 99F high?
  16. Logan is 98.6F as of 1:15pm with a dew of 69.8F Very impressive heat index
  17. 2nd line of showers with a few flashes was a good producer of rain. I went through a thicker part of the line. Still raining but much lighter .82" this evening
  18. Came through here. Couple of rumbles. .17" lets see if the VT stuff can add on a bit?
  19. Nashua at 7pm 82F and dew 81F
  20. The GFS and Euro has Boston hitting 95F or higher tomorrow and Tuesday. If that happened it would be 6 days in a row of 95F or higher. I wonder if that has ever happened?
  21. Today was really interesting today to see the storms moving NE while the anvils were being blown west. This afternoons time lapse from my cam shows that well. I don't get to see too many days with towers and storms going up all around me. https://video.nest.com/clip/bc4b6dd2709a45e9ae450216642e698e.mp4 .08" of rain as I slid through gaps in the showers and storm.
  22. Unusual day today with the convection. It is coming from the SW but the anvils are blowing off to the SW. Usually the anvils come in before the precipitation but it is the other way around. Really nice towers too in the high humidity.
  23. 75/70 Shower just ending .07" heavy rain went just south of me. These time lapses are fascinating to watch. From clear skies this morning, then the convective updrafts. The showers just dump rain but the smallest of distance makes all the difference. Here is the past 2 hours. https://video.nest.com/clip/f0cdd0e33a664e1f9e2968e5c7ce32d5.mp4
  24. Here it is up here on June 7th. Not as bad as down there but the first time I had ever seen this https://video.nest.com/clip/1b7dd1b198494caa95df188caab98ca2.mp4
  25. 81/73 Nice airmass towers going up to my SW.
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