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Tenman Johnson

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    Kemp Mill, MD

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  1. excessive rainfall event—May 16-18, 2018

    0.5+ for 5 consecutive days with 5.2 total Frederick area and s-se DC had spots of 10. I rate June 2006 a 5 on scale of 5 so will give this 3 maybe 3.5
  2. excessive rainfall event—May 16-18, 2018

    Was it Irene that was the last widespread rainer?
  3. excessive rainfall event—May 16-18, 2018

    Biblical Hyattsville had 9 in like 4 hours and with big time flooding in Lewisdale, basements filled to the ceiling and pouring out side doors in a few cases. Rain continued but not as many days straight like this
  4. excessive rainfall event—May 16-18, 2018

    This may end up in league of June 2006
  5. 2018 Mid-Atlantic General Severe Discussion

    Crazy storms in Salisbury. 50 mph gusts, then lull, then house rattling and even shaking with one where report was instant. still firing off big ones to the south
  6. May Discobs Thread

    These thunderstorms in Salisbury were Grade A and ongoing. 50mpg gusts then lull then Boom three house rattlers and one actual house shaker with lightning and thunder at same time
  7. April 7-8 snow event

    I though I read about the European that they changed their "mission statement" to focus more on their continent and less on the USA?
  8. April 7-8 snow event

    After many years, decade plus, of looking at model performance I find In ninas they always overdo the intensity of the storm. Ninas are generally some form of stringy mess and if that narrow strip gets right over us then we hit otherwise not in Ninos they have difficulty with the placement of the low. They get the intensity correct but struggled right up to 24 hours with does the low pass over Norfolk or Hagerstown.
  9. April 7-8 snow event

    You would save yourself a lot of angst by accepting that models do not predict weather but rather give examples of all possible outcomes models have predicted 0-15" of snow 4/5 times this season and they have been right each time, mostly along the 0.
  10. April 7-8 snow event

    What is the start time?
  11. April 7-8 snow event

    If that turned out to be the high it would be -35 and that would break a lit of records including possibly greatest negative for any time
  12. April 4 Wind Event

    43 peak gust. Sh*t, that was sustained in recent Big Daddy
  13. April 7-8 snow event

    I think it's 1924 that D.C. Station had 4"+ and don't think DCA has much more than 1" anytime in April there was one Salisbury in either 1967 or 68 where light snow from 7-11am and then it really got going and accumulated 5/6 on grass but zero on any sidewalk or road and like 2" on baseball infield
  14. April 7-8 snow event

    All the albedo for this time of year could have big effect later i can't believe this could start later than 9am and no matter how heavy actually accumulate. I'm all in though thaf it's even here to talk about
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