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USCAPEWEATHERAF

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  • Birthday 08/25/1989

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    KCQX
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    Harwich
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    Weather, writing, sports, baseball, basketball, football and maybe playoff hockey

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  1. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    SNE "Tropical" Season Discussion 2019

    Maybe, I personally hope not, I want to watch my Patriots play their games this season. Anyways, power being out is not a good or fun thing. I just lost power on July 23rd from the EF-1 tornado, and we didn't have it for a day, just a day, and it was the worst feeling in the world. Not again.
  2. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    SNE "Tropical" Season Discussion 2019

    Come on John, we can be more sincere than that. We know what he means. This is after all a tropical weather subtopic.
  3. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    SNE "Tropical" Season Discussion 2019

    I agree Scott, we don't want destruction here, I want my power.
  4. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    SNE "Tropical" Season Discussion 2019

    Cranky is awful with tropical weather forecasting, he is better with synoptic and winter seasonal as well as thunderstorm seasonal forecasting, Tropical Cyclone forecasting just isn't in his area of expertise.
  5. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    Mesolow looks to have impacts on the Islands, maybe showers fringing the south coast through the early morning hours before sunrise.
  6. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    Looks like a mesolow developing over central Long Island, watch out along the south coast, could get some nasty storms after sunset.
  7. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    oh ok
  8. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    so a mesocyclone is present.
  9. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    that is a sign that hail is a strong threat?
  10. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    lol, that cell is menacing,
  11. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    There is a line of discrete supercells developing across western and central CT, they are showing signs of becoming enhanced, by low-level shear and higher storm-relative helicity along any boundaries present. Tornado threat continues as wind shear has increased in all levels, and instability at mid to low levels has increased.
  12. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    Line of intense storms that continue to intensify over eastern NYS are moving eastward into a better low-level shear environment will continue and increase as they make it into the SNE region. Tornado threat will continue to increase through the rest of the afternoon and early evening.
  13. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    New England Convective Discussion

    That storm over CT is amazing to watch, satellite and radar imagery is mesmerizing. Welcome back, Ray.
  14. Major Severe Weather Outbreak is underway today over SNE as the first tornado warning has been issued for Middlesex County, MA. The rest of the region shows increasing potential for intense damaging winds over 70mph, large hail over 1.5" and a few tornadoes. Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 10 pm tonight.
  15. USCAPEWEATHERAF

    SNE "Tropical" Season Discussion 2019

    Look at the Bahamas wave, it appears to have a strong mid-level circulation already, and could be relating to the surface now.
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