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  1. I know that feeling. I don't call it the "Tamaqua Split" for nothing. For some reason I-81 up this way is like the Berlin Wall for storms. Lines roll cleanly across the state, hit I-81 and split or fall apart. Usually, after clearing my area, the split closes back up, or the entire line reforms, and nails points east of me.
  2. It's pretty pathetic all these supposed thunderstorm days the past month and a half and I've not seen one flash of lightning not heard a rumble of thunder the entire time...
  3. Getting fringed by this first round with the good activity to my south...
  4. Welcome to my world...lol
  5. .15 more overnight for a total of 1.65" for the two day event...
  6. I got 1.50" of rain last night and today. What did everyone else get?
  7. A non-event up here...again. New storms popped up between Tamaqua and Allentown that totally robbed the inbound line of energy. It happens EVERYTIME a potential severe event is possible.
  8. A non-event up here...again. New storms popped up between Tamaqua and Allentown that totally robbed the inbound line of energy. It happens EVERYTIME a potential severe event is possible.
  9. Unless my eyes are deceiving me, the line is weakening to the north and strengthening to the south. Normal deal as the mountains along I-81 north of Pine Grove seem to eat storms alive...
  10. No sun here yet, but it sure is steamy out at 80 degrees with a 70 dewpoint. I think we stand a good chance of some decent action regardless of whether it clears out or not.
  11. A little over a half inch here.
  12. Called it...lol Source: http://www.iweathernet.com/total-rainfall-map-24-hours-to-72-hours
  13. I haven't been paying much attention to the models, but the radar trends, so far anyway, make me think the bulk of the rain and storms roll along and south of US 22 and I 78 tonight.
  14. Well for me anyway, the storms produced more rain than anything else. Not much lightning or thunder and very little wind. We got about an inch and a half of rain, though.
  15. Back edge of the precipitation shield is moving closer as I type. Looks like I might end up with about 8-10 by the time all is said and done... Just kidding. Actually, so far 0.81" of rain today.