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Napril Fools? Pattern and Model Discussion . . .

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1 hour ago, Ginx snewx said:

2nd coldest at the torch site of BDL, that is impressive

1 42.9 1956-04-30 0
2 43.8 2018-04-30 1

Not even top 10 at CON.

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25 minutes ago, Brewbeer said:

OT, but the septic system looks like the leaching field is a mound system, which are typically built when groundwater is shallow.  If there is a pump in the septic tank to move effluent up to the leach field mound, then the pipe is a vent, which is code (around here) for a system that pumps from the tank up to the leach field.  Gravity systems, where effluent from the septic tank flows by gravity to the leach field, don't need a vent.

yes mobile phone didn't have the clarity, good call

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6 minutes ago, amarshall said:

Waiting for the inevitable BDCF post how the coast wont get out of the 50s this week. 

The 12z Euro and the ICON models BD Maine...  get the boundary down to about PWM in the Euro and PSM in the ICON...  but it washes out - real weak sauce one.  

It was actually prevalent in the ICON model all week but ...largely the collection of weather-media socialites still in the habit of ignoring that model pretty much entirely save for entertainment perhaps... anyway, I will add that the flattish ridge type may actually help hold that back because a more N-S oriented one probably has more confluence over eastern Ontario and we'd be undercut - 

 

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24 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Like pics?

Don't know about AC or summer but this is pretty much heaven cocadoodle  late spring times enroute . About time too

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54 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Rick Logan 11 still in winter mode

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 But he likes that stuff. He would rather hide in this house with it  below freezing all year round. 

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3 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

 But he likes that stuff. He would rather hide in this house with it  below freezing all year round. 

Ricks an avid hiker but his allergies are severe. Warmth is awesome ,pollen, bugs not so much

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7 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

 These heavier echoes have some sort of garbage crystallized stuff coming from the sky. 

Congrats on a trace April 30th

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Have you guys been following the rebuilding progress of the Puerto Rico Doppler radar? They just hoisted the antenna on top of the tower. Some really awesome pics on FB

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Hi everyone. I have been wrongly informed that there is a -nao coming when I know for a fact there is not. Would anyone like to elaborate further on this debate, powderboy413 has told me he believes -nao coming very soon over the summer. I think positive..

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2 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Ricks an avid hiker but his allergies are severe. Warmth is awesome ,pollen, bugs not so much

This pretty mapp ch sums up my feelings.   Love warm (low dew) weather, but bugs and pollen, and...bugs...

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9 hours ago, dendrite said:

Despite my handle on here, I'm not sure I could hand that wx every spring. More power to you though.

Are you in an elevated hollow? If so I would really blow my brains out if I had to deal with rad cooling up there in the middle of summer too. If 32F just comes and goes with advection every fall and spring at least the growing season wouldn't be much different than here. Melt the pack and just get right into growing without some May 23rd calm 31F BS.

I don't have a great handle on how well I radiate yet. I do tend to get colder than the mountaintops like the Searsburg mesonet wx station for sure on a rad cooling night, but I've seen North Adams get colder than I do on calm nights. Some of my cold probably drains down the hill into the valley, so this isn't a SLK or HIE when it comes to radiational cooling. It will drop off quick at night with light wind, and with 3K+ mountains to my SW it will probably cool off nicely up here on summer nights with the SW winds being blocked.  

My guess is that growing season here is from approximately mid May through mid September, but time will tell. One thing to keep in mind is that I don't have a lot of latitude despite my elevation, so that may spares me from June or August frost like Alex up in Bretton Woods. 

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22 hours ago, dendrite said:

May not move it at all. Min of 35F this morning and the MET is only 46F today.

Yeah good call...didn't move the needle at all.

 

40.9 is the final avg temp at ORH for April.

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2 hours ago, ORH_wxman said:

Yeah good call...didnt move the neddle at all.

 

4 0.9 is the final  avg temp at ORH for April.

Wow At the departures

Given The trough in the east for much of April a case can be made we lost out on the wheel o luck regarding accums But mtns Cashed in big time.

65" on Mt. Washington.

Average is like 13" on website (seems low)

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3 hours ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Wow At the departures

Given The trough in the east for much of April a case can be made we lost out on the wheel o luck regarding accums But mtns Cashed in big time.

65" on Mt. Washington.

Average is like 13" on website (seems low)

MWN average for April looks like 34.6 inches just doing a straight arithmetic mean.

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1 hour ago, ORH_wxman said:

MWN average for April looks like 34.6 inches just doing a straight arithmetic mean.

What were the missing 90s Met spring totals at ORH

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