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MAG5035

Central PA - Spring 2017

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Well, we got decent rain yesterday with 0.92" in the gauge, but as I stated previously, not ONE rumble of thunder.

While my rain gauge is still spot on, I think the fan in my temperature sensor "kicked the bucket", as it's currently showing 82 degrees here at 8:20am. The only stations in PA close to that temp are Philly and Harrisburg, and they are at 78 and 76 respectively. I doubt Tamaqua is the warmest location in the state right now...

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Zero rain yesterday. Not one single drop. 


Expect 0" to 5" tonight. Plan accordingly, haha


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On 7/20/2017 at 11:26 AM, canderson said:

We had a nice rain from that cell but none of the wind. When I saw photos over toward you I was shocked it had that power behind it.

In other news, today succcccccccccccccccccccks. Looking forward to next week when this heat wave says goodbye.

That storm on Wednesday evening took down a massive section of a neighbor's tree here in Marysville. Luckily it missed their house & car, & they had a tree service company out that same night so they could get out of their driveway. 

This humid weather needs to get out of here ASAP. The longer range forecast seems to be advertising a cooler than Normal pattern from the end of July into the first couple of weeks of August. I really really really hope that forecast verifies!

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2 hours ago, Blizzard of 93 said:

That storm on Wednesday evening took down a massive section of a neighbor's tree here in Marysville. Luckily it missed their house & car, & they had a tree service company out that same night so they could get out of their driveway. 

This humid weather needs to get out of here ASAP. The longer range forecast seems to be advertising a cooler than Normal pattern from the end of July into the first couple of weeks of August. I really really really hope that forecast verifies!

I saw that you posted and immediately thought we were getting ready to track the first 384 hour threat of the winter season. :)

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