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dendrite

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  1. Other than decoding the METARs for the day you can go on Mesowest and they usually have the peak wind obs decoded. You have to scroll down to the 1553z ob to find it on the right side. https://mesowest.utah.edu/cgi-bin/droman/meso_base_dyn.cgi?stn=KHVN&time=GMT
  2. As much as it pains me to agree with him the ASOS gusted to 55mph in between hours.
  3. Haven’t looked at enough to make pinpoint forecasts…I just know to take the under on your numbers.
  4. Idk…haven’t been following the warnings. But the main core of the LLJ passes through 00-06z.
  5. Yeah the rain will act to strengthen an already existing inversion. Obviously with convection you can get some stronger downdrafts that can mix down to the sfc. My strongest downsloping is usually with abundant virga and very light precip reaching the ground. That evaporative cooling can give the downdrafts a little extra boost. Overall the higher and more mixed the layer is from the sfc the better off you’ll be. The coast this time of year gets good mixing in these systems with flow off of the warmer waters.
  6. lol…I’ll take the way under for the deep interior under that 50-60.
  7. Interior weenies want big wind so bad, but it's where wind goes to die. It'll be pretty breezy, but the core of the LLJ is much further east and the colder sfc temps will allow for less mixing than coastal locales. Of course the innie weenies will be abusing the Beaufort scale and report 60mph estimated gusts as a few rotted oak branches come down.
  8. 60kt sustained @ 975 blowing off toupees in PYM.
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