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pasnownut

Spring 2018

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17 hours ago, Superstorm said:


Not into “yellow” beers, but if it means snow, I’ll have a case on ready.


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the sh!t we do for a little snow.....

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OK, someone...

Does anyone know what makes the Tremont/Pine Grove area such a magnet for heavy rain? Once again, per a reliable source, Tremont is beginning to flood again, and if one looks at current radar, there is a heavy cell that is just sitting stationary in that area. Other cells are moving northeast, but not that one.

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On 8/28/2018 at 11:50 AM, sauss06 said:

from what i have read, Western pa, specifically Clearfield County will basically be snowless, the Harrisburg region will have 4 times their annual snowfall with 2 Noreasters :blink:

That sounds about right :deadhorse:

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Good Lord this is nuts. 8.88” just north of me and hearing unofficial report of 12.84” near me in Manheim/My joy area. I was driving in Sheafferstown and got turned around when 897 had a tractor trailer stranded near Kleinfeltersville. 

NEVER saw flooding in the areas I did. It is surreal. 

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11 hours ago, canderson said:

This is NUTS.

As of 6 p.m., KMDT had recorded .29” of rain.

Mt. Joy recorded 10.57”.

THE STATIONS ARE 13 MILES APART 

Im telling ya, it was like a literal wall of rain in such a short distance.

 

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Ended up being a pretty decent football Saturday in Happy Valley, which for all the world looked like it was going to end up being Appy Valley. At least that's what the pins said that Mountaineer fans were wearing. 

Canderson - no other way of putting it. Just a godawful stretch of brutal weather incoming. Fall cannot come soon enough. 

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On 8/31/2018 at 2:46 PM, maytownpawx said:

At Hersheypark today and so far not a drop of rain here. At this point I have no desire to attempt going home. Really hope that stationary band near Mt. Joy moves soon.

My Wife works for Hershey, when she came home Friday i ask if it rained and when she said it didn't i was surprised because of what i was hearing from E-town, MT Joy etc 

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