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Iceagewhereartthou

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  1. Can someone post a link to a good Wetbulb monitoring site? Please; and thank you!
  2. A word of caution on the pretty Euro maps; these lose accuracy close to the event and this will not be a 10-1 ratio for those outside the mountains. Hopefully we'll get a good front end thump though; I just hate we won't be able to ward of the warm nose. I'm interested to see how the HRRR does.
  3. Indeed. Do you trust the long range HRRR Burrel?
  4. That's actually a perfect map for about 90% of our actual events. Higher mtns and NW Peidmont with the highest totals, snow line to about the NC/SC state line, and everything else I40 and North. Welcome to winter in the SE!
  5. 1.26 for me, driest month in years. Stil over 56 in for the year so no drought here.
  6. Been disappointed with my temps the last couple mornings; 37.1 and 38.8; no frost. Most areas around me, even South have been significantly colder; I think that northern upstate thermal band effect that happens sometimes has been at play... or something has.
  7. 6.24 in rain for August, nearly 42 in for the year.
  8. It's probably overdone and may not happen at all, but man it's nice to see a cool off show up repeatedly. Once we get to Sept summer's days are numbered, no matter what 2018 and 2019 have to say about it!
  9. GSP topped out at 92 yesterday; forecast was 97. Highest for the heatwave was 95. Hot, but overall, not as bad as predicted. If that is our worst of the summer I can handle it.
  10. On Friday Death Valley reached 130, Needles 120, Vegas 116; all day records. On Saturday Death Valley reached 129, Needles 122, and Vegas 117. All daily records with Vegas tying its all time high.
  11. 127 at Furnace Creek, 120 at Needles and Bullhead City. Forecast low of 104 at Furnace Creek tonight!
  12. Now 123 at furnace creek at 12:20pm. DP 46 so real feel is 130! Also 112 at Palm Springs, 111 Needles and Vegas.
  13. Already 111 at Furnace Creek Death Valley at 8:50am. Forecast of 130 today!
  14. Meh; 3 plus years of constant monsoon - this a blip I'm happy for. Still just over 3 inches for the month, and over 30 for the year, which is still above avg for mby.
  15. Nearly 5 inches of rain brought my yearly total to 26.88 through May. Still fairly wet but much MUCH better than last year when nearly 13 inches fell in May and I had 52.45 inches by the end of the month! I was also able to avoid the dreaded 90 here IMBY, got up to 88.7; low of 40.1. Very nice spring all things considered.
  16. You guys must have had a lot less rain than me. I've only had about half the amount of rain through May that I had last year but it's still above average. After nearly 3 and a half years of nothing but rain on top of rain I have been happy for the drier past two months, though I still had nearly 5 inches last month.
  17. Indeed; probably the best Memorial Day weekend weather of my lifetime!
  18. Gonna open the windows back up this weekend, 50s showing again at night!
  19. This just says Columbia, but I guess it's CAE: Jan 56.8 34.6 45.7 3.49 0.6 Feb 60.8 37.3 49.1 3.39 0.4 Mar 68.3 43.6 55.9 3.57 0.1 Apr 76.7 51.5 64.1 2.83 0.0 May 83.8 60.5 72.2 3.49 0.0 Jun 89.7 68.6 79.1 4.97 0.0 Jul 92.7 72.0 82.4 5.35 0.0 Aug 90.8 71.2 81.0 4.65 0.0 Sep 85.7 65.3 75.5 3.91 0.0 Oct 76.5 52.7 64.6 3.13 0.0 Nov 66.4 41.6 54.0 2.76 0.0 Dec 58.9 36.5 47.7 3.70 0.1 Check out USC Downtown! Jan 59.6 36.7 48.1 3.84 0.2 Feb 64.1 39.7 51.9 3.54 0.0 Mar 71.8 45.8 58.8 4.11 0.0 Apr 80.6 53.6 67.1 2.92 0.0 May 87.2 61.8 74.5 3.63 0.0 Jun 92.6 68.9 80.8 5.41 0.0 Jul 95.6 72.1 83.8 5.17 0.0 Aug 93.8 71.1 82.4 5.01 0.0 Sep 88.8 65.7 77.2 4.25 0.0 Oct 79.5 54.2 66.8 3.31 0.0 Nov 68.9 44.1 56.5 3.04 0.0 Dec 61.3 38.7 50.0 3.88 0.0 CHS Jan 60.2 38.9 49.5 3.37 0.2 Feb 63.8 41.6 52.7 3.05 0.1 Mar 70.1 47.3 58.7 3.35 0.0 Apr 77.1 54.5 65.8 3.29 0.0 May 83.6 63.0 73.3 3.32 0.0 Jun 88.5 70.4 79.4 6.21 0.0 Jul 91.3 73.7 82.5 6.60 0.0 Aug 89.8 73.1 81.4 6.97 0.0 Sep 85.4 68.3 76.9 6.01 0.0 Oct 77.9 57.7 67.8 4.33 0.0 Nov 69.4 47.1 58.3 2.66 0.0 Dec 62.7 41.6 52.2 3.35 0.0
  20. Didn't see a place to discuss this in the regional forum so here's a thread. I am just beginning to try searching though everything so many of you may know how to better find the information quickly and post graphs etc. Here's the link I'm using to find cities: https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/access/us-climate-normals/ Greer (Avg High, Low, Monthly Avg, Rain, and Snow) GSP appears to be about .5-1 degree warmer most temps. Jan 52.8 32.1 42.5 4.12 1.6 Feb 57.0 34.8 45.9 3.84 1.0 Mar 64.4 41.2 52.8 4.48 0.6 Apr 73.2 48.7 61.0 4.04 0.0 May 80.3 57.5 68.9 4.07 0.0 Jun 87.2 65.5 76.3 3.90 0.0 Jul 90.3 69.2 79.7 4.82 0.0 Aug 88.5 68.3 78.4 4.66 0.0 Sep 82.7 62.4 72.5 3.73 0.0 Oct 73.1 50.4 61.7 3.59 0.0 Nov 62.9 40.4 51.6 3.84 0.1 Dec 54.9 34.8 44.8 4.58 0.6
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