weatherwiz

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  1. 5 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

    Yeah originally it looked like there would be a bit of a kicker to push it OTS but the guidance has been hedging toward more of a hugger if not outright inland solution. Not the prettiest low but I agree on the heavy rain potential. Hopefully we can get a little wind too lol. 

    pretty decent LLJ...probably decent pressure gradient too so I'm sure it would be pretty gusty. Not sure of tide situation (in terms of times of high/low tide) but I would wager coastal flooding could be a concern. 

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  2. Friday continues to look rather interesting. Really won't have an idea until mid-week when the system gets off the land but should something develop (depending on exactly where) there isn't a whole lot to really knock this out to sea. If anything, I wonder if that subtle (which is just beginning to amplify) shortwave trough is just enough to even tug it back a bit. Anyways, with that ulvl jet strengthening off to our west we could have a decent amount of divergence aloft so there is window for heavy rains. 

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  3. 15 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

    Who sees boomers today?

    Kinda watching SW CT. Looks like that part of the state will reside on a higher axis of CAPE. Shear isn't overly strong but there is enough to warrant the potential for a severe thunderstorm with large hail and/or damaging winds. The overall greatest threat is just southwest of the region. Can't even rule out into central CT as well. Some boundaries out there to watch. Could be just enough shear to yield broad supercell structures too.

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  4. Had an awesome time at Hampton Beach on Thursday. Was so happy Thursday's weather there was perfect b/c it was my girlfriends birthday. We both actually got burned pretty good despite using sunscreen (though I think the fault was using SPF 15). Hell, she even got me to go into the water and I boogie boarded for the first time! Waves were pretty nice. It sucked the weather there sucked Friday...was quite chilly. Saturday was a tad better but still cool. 

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  5. Yikes...the second half of July could be pretty ugly if that ridge establishes as advertised by both the Euro and GFS across the south. At least the "drought" concern will be no more...plenty of convective chances and probably days with plenty of clouds by late morning with numerous showers. But that's some ridge in the south...597dm on the Euro...probably even higher too. 

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  6. Just now, ma blizzard said:

    wiz you are lil child :lol:

    just grab a jar or Tupperware, put it over the spider, slide a piece of paper underneath and then you can put it back outside .. 

    Oh helllllll no. I had to do that with a giant mother hornet last week. That was scary enough. But my aunt said if the cat gets a hold of it the cat will die. So I shut the bathroom door and she can get it after 

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  7. 2 minutes ago, kdxken said:

    Not sure of the name but they're harmless

    I am on the verge of a panic attack. Was in the bathroom looked down and there it was behind the toilet. How the fook did this thing not only get inside the house but the bathroom??? I’m so freaking sick and tired of this. I’m legit calling an exterminator and having them spray all over the house. There are no windows or no nothing connecting the bathroom to the outside. There is a vent which just leads into a tiny room where the hot water heater is. We don’t have a basement either. This is scary. I hope the hell the cat finds it. There’s nobody here to kill it either. I have no clue what to do. My room is right next to the bathroom too. Son of a bitch stay the hey out of my house. There’s nothing in here for you. God damn it 

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  8. 11 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

    Welcome to SNE where every shower with detected lightning gets severe warned.  Just like the tropical atlantic where every convective swirl gets a name.

    We'll probably go through the Greek alphabet at the rate these waves are getting named 

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