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  1. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    Was driving by JFK along Rockaway Boulevard at that time. Windshield had some very small drops of drizzle and had to use the wipers a few times. Streets never got wet and then it stopped.
  2. weathermedic

    summer banter thread

    Interesting read about all those record high temperatures in the L.A. area this weekend. Seems like some of the same issues locally. https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/07/08/the-all-time-record-high-temperatures-for-los-angeles-are-the-result-of-a-faulty-weather-stations-and-should-be-disqualified/
  3. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    JFK tied their record low of 59.
  4. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    Skies a nice deep blue. Haze from the last few days seems to be gone. Still a DP of 75 though.
  5. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    Several downed tree reports in Essex and Bergen counties.
  6. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    OKX 1:49pm updated AFD: NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 PM THIS EVENING/... H5 was at 596 dam per the 12z okx sounding, so a hot airmass in place. 16z laps has 3500 cape across nern NJ with cin there now erased. This trend will continue across all but the shore in the next few hours. The first place tstms should develop would be across NJ where stlt shows building towers. Shear is extremely weak so multicellular mode is expected. Dcape is up to 850 and will rise to abv 1000 per the 12z NAM. Pops have been increased across the area and expanded ewd. Strong winds and hvy rain have also been included in the fcst, with the hwo and ehwo updated. Slow storm motion of 5kt or less will enhance the flood risk. Pw on the 12z sounding was 1.52 which correlated nicely with the NAM.The NAM however models pw to increase to over 2.5 across wrn portions of the cwa over the next few hours.
  7. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    Storm not moving very much. Flooding a concern.
  8. weathermedic

    July 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    78/74 imby. I start to sweat just by breathing if I’m outside lol
  9. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    A.C. is 97 as of 3pm. Toms River also 97. Locally EWR is 95 LAG 94 CP 90 JFK 87.
  10. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    Hard to believe Atlantic City is the hot spot at 2pm. 96 degrees.
  11. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    Atlantic City NJ up to 90 at the 10am obs.
  12. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    85 at JFK and 86 at EWR at 10am. 87 at my station but may be a degree or 2 too high as the sensor suite is mounted about 5 ft on a pole above the roof and with calm winds, it may not be mixing air too well. Regardless it’s still hot for this time of day. Edit: Maybe not. There has been a light breeze over the last few minutes and the temp has still risen to 89.
  13. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    1.07 for the day at my station.
  14. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    With the high humidity levels, who thinks LAG and EWR have overnight lows not getting below 80 for a few nights this weekend/early next week? I do. Central Park probably dips just below 80 because of the vegetation and the relatively moist soil thanks to today's downpours.
  15. weathermedic

    June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

    All the "pros" saying the GFS numbers are way too high. Lower to middle and a few upper 90's in the usual hot spots are more likely.
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