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General Severe Weather Discussion 2018

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2 minutes ago, BrianW said:

Pretty wild here in the New Haven area. 

No kidding! I think there were 4 or 5 CGs that must of hit within a block of me (right downtown) in the space of a couple minutes... Including one that got the building across the street while I watched.

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2 minutes ago, ct_yankee said:

No kidding! I think there were 4 or 5 CGs that must of hit within a block of me (right downtown) in the space of a couple minutes... Including one that got the building across the street while I watched.

This is a ridiculous lightshow.

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My daughter 15 miles se of me in Voluntown Ct caught these two lightning strikes, both of which were in my neighborhood according to lightning striker maps.

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1 minute ago, Damage In Tolland said:

What cold front?

Trailing cold front approaches Tuesday but likely stalls right around us or just off the coast. 

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On 9/6/2018 at 6:27 PM, Sugarloaf1989 said:

Meh frontal passage here, 0.65" of rain.

 

Just reading last few pages now, we had about .10" with maybe a few distant rumbles.  Still real parched in Franklin Co since monsoon season ended. 

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Don't sleep on tomorrow morning. A brief spin-up is certainly possible somewhere. Pretty strong LLJ moves overhead as a warm front approaches with some modest MLCape.

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Keep an eye on what happens in VA today. That's the environment that models are trying to move into SNE Tuesday.

The extended HRRR does have some updraft helicity swaths near ORH during the early morning. So the threat is there, but I would be more excited if the low level circulation was actually going to make a pass at New England.

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59 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Keep an eye on what happens in VA today. That's the environment that models are trying to move into SNE Tuesday.

The extended HRRR does have some updraft helicity swaths near ORH during the early morning. So the threat is there, but I would be more excited if the low level circulation was actually going to make a pass at New England.

tor warning in VA right now.. 

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