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A June Obs Thread

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Nice outflow boundary cooled things down 10 degrees, then that bowed storm/shower line broke up right as it got here. Not even a driplet.

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The fact is though, is that most of the upstate will miss getting much rain today. Our total here will end up being only

a trace on the day. Maybe it'll rain here before the pattern changes, but I would not count on it.

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Like clockwork... June 1st rolls around and the pop-up afternoon thunderstorms begin.  Ah, summer :sun:

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lol same here. It was dry as a bone in May. As soon as the calendar rolls over to June we've had pop up storms 2 days in a row.

Yeah, we really got hammered yesterday.  At the peak of the storm we were seeing 3-4 lightning flashes per second and the thunder was continuous; no hail even though radar and the STW were saying quarter-sized.  The low end of our back yard had a foot of standing water, as measured by the line of grass clippings on the fence (there's a city storm drain back there that clogs regularly).  The cats went and hid; the baby didn't care. 

 

We'll see if we can keep the streak going a couple more days...

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Hit 91 here before the storms started popping. One just to our east with lots of thunder. Looks to be back building. Hopefully it will back build to us. Currently 81/73 with a nice storm breeze coming from its outflow.

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currently 85.2 with 69 deg. dewpoint.

 

The board is lightning fast after finding the problem to our perpetual sluggishness.  Today is a good day.

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Several outflow boundaries dancing around the Triangle area. Wonder if anything will fire up along them. Can hear thunder from the storm down around Princeton.

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