Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by marsman

  1. 47F this morning and loving it. Great yardwork day before some football this afternoon. Still need some cleaning up from the 10/9 storm.
  2. As of 8am this morning 5.74" in the bucket since midnight. Most of that was between 3:30am and 6:30am. Worst downpour I've seen in a long time.
  3. Been keeping an eye out for some purple and pink in the NWS map for the lower 48. WWA for the Yosemite, CA area: Snippets from the Reno AFD:
  4. Forecast looks good for upper 50's in the RDU area tomorrow and Friday night. Gonna have the windows open if that holds true!
  5. Looks lower here too. Constant beating likely shifted interior or exterior mounts.
  6. I was watching the HTV stream at https://www.htv10.tv/livestream. They might have gone down about 5 minutes ago... been replaying commercials since then.
  7. Anyone else just lose John Humphress' stream? https://www.severestudios.com/storm-chasers/john.humphress2.html edit: nevermind, back up
  8. Headed to the coast for Labor Day weekend... this might make it windy.
  9. Cary rain/snow hole at 100%, no precip IMBY. Outflow has cooled things off nicely though.
  10. Mentioned in this thread, I think the issue with the KLTX radar and trees was very noticeable early this morning
  11. 93.9F in Cary. High clouds bringing a sun halo.
  12. Harkers Island reporting 5.4" since midnight and counting.
  13. Pines do grow tall, that's nothing new. Looking on street view the radar looks low for the area: https://www.google.com/maps/@33.9879645,-78.4298804,3a,75y,350.61h,85.15t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sT_-p6gHiuaeuVcfisTzczg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656 I'm not an expert on lumber, but I understand the prices are very high right now, maybe even for pine. That might be an incentive for the landowner to cut the trees.
  14. .11" in the bucket. 95.8 for a high early a little after 1pm.
  15. 30% on the 5-day: 1. A non-tropical low pressure system is forecast to develop a few hundred miles northeast of Bermuda by late Thursday and produce gale-force winds. The low could then move southwestward over warmer waters on Friday and acquire some subtropical characteristics before the system moves toward the north and northeast into a more hostile environment by Sunday. * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...low...30 percent.
  16. Just received the first drops of rain here since....? 77.9F/72 and breezy. As of right now, the trees have still dropped more stuff on the ground today than rain. I hope that changes later!
  17. WX station shows 33.2, driveway surface w/ laser thermometer shows 32.8. When I point the thermometer at the trees, about 30-50 feet AGL, the thermometer shows 27-29F. There's visibly more ice now on top of the high pines and oaks than there was this morning. 0.65" in the bucket.
  18. A few minutes ago the Duke Energy map showed about 2k people without power just north of Fuquay-Varina off US 401. It's not there anymore. https://outagemap.duke-energy.com/#/current-outages/ncsc
  19. 32.1 in Cary, spots of ice on the deck. The tops of the trees have a good coating of ice, visible on the pines. With the laser thermometer, deck temp reads 29, and the trees show 27.
  20. "fat rain" in Cary and 33.8F. Was out in yard just before 8am, no sign of anything frozen.
  21. Also heard the thunder in Cary. 46F, .10 in the bucket so far.
  22. I don't think so for the Raleigh area - the first one I saw at 1436 added a few counties south and east, and then at 1449 now goes all the way east. Leaves out coastal Onslow and Carteret. edit: I'm using the FEMA app with alerts, and sometimes they'll have updates before they show up on the NWS map.
  23. New WWA up for counties just south and east of Wake
  • Create New...