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June 2018 Discussions & Observations Thread

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Looks like there could be some hydro issues late this week through next weekend and possibly a little beyond depending on what the remnants of Alberto does. It looks like the GFS is starting to show a potentially unsettled period from Thursday through at least Sunday, not sure what the other models or more specifically the Euro showed.

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11 hours ago, CIK62 said:

No indication of a mostly sunny day till June 06 at this point.

On the plus side, maybe that means next weekend (June 9-10) will be warm and sunny.  In this pattern we cant sustain a period of dry warm weather. If its nice early to mid week it usually means a crappy weekend.

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These  repeating weather patterns are pretty impressive. Meteorological summer is getting off to the same start as last year. The heat ridge is setting up over the Plains and Rockies while we have a trough in the Northeast.

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2 hours ago, dWave said:

On the plus side, maybe that means next weekend (June 9-10) will be warm and sunny.  In this pattern we can't sustain a period of dry warm weather. If its nice early to mid week it usually means a crappy weekend.

Boy I sure hope so. I have outdoor events both days that are already paid for and both are important to be successful for us. 

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After Saturday we could expect 3 to 5 straight days below 70. In particular Monday could be one of the coldest June days we’ve ever seen.


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A  foggy and rainy start to June here on the South Shore. Much different pattern than the first week of May when we went +13. No record 94 degree highs forecast for Newark this week. 

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66% of days have been cloudy or mostly cloudy since April 1st. Rumor has it, there's currently a mass exodus of people getting on boats leaving the region. The extreme vitamin D deficiency in the Northeastern populace is beginning to induce synaptic transmission interruptions and resultant insanity. 

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21 minutes ago, Isotherm said:

66% of days have been cloudy or mostly cloudy since April 1st. Rumor has it, there's currently a mass exodus of people getting on boats leaving the region. The extreme vitamin D deficiency in the Northeastern populace is beginning to induce synaptic transmission interruptions and resultant insanity. 

57 days with measurable rain in NYC since February 1st. This is the 2nd highest number of days on record for 2/1 to 6/1. 

#1......59 days.....1950

#2......57.............2018

#3......56.............1973....1916

#4......54.............1996....1956....1898

#5......53.............1917....1884

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34 minutes ago, Isotherm said:

66% of days have been cloudy or mostly cloudy since April 1st. Rumor has it, there's currently a mass exodus of people getting on boats leaving the region. The extreme vitamin D deficiency in the Northeastern populace is beginning to induce synaptic transmission interruptions and resultant insanity. 

There was already a predisposition to insanity in the region anyway and all you have to do is watch people drive and read their spelling on written documents/online to see their interrupted synaptic transmissions.

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Not trying to be snide, but I think the month was skewed by a few abnormally warm days, especially early in the month.  Over all, the spring has been dreary, at least that has been my perception--very few sunny days.   Waiting for real summer to happen

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31 minutes ago, forkyfork said:

starting the month off on the right foot with 70 degree dewpoints

Its gotten really sticky out last hr or so. Kinda sneak up on you, low 70s and clouds but run half a block and you wonder why am I dripping in sweat.

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1 hour ago, 495weatherguy said:

Not trying to be snide, but I think the month was skewed by a few abnormally warm days, especially early in the month.  Over all, the spring has been dreary, at least that has been my perception--very few sunny days.   Waiting for real summer to happen

No. Overnight lows were a big part in the warm month. People forget. Humid weather generally means warmer overnight lows, so even though we werent scorching everyday, it was still generally warm. Plus late month was hot as well. 

 

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26 minutes ago, psv88 said:

No. Overnight lows were a big part in the warm month. People forget. Humid weather generally means warmer overnight lows, so even though we werent scorching everyday, it was still generally warm. Plus late month was hot as well. 

 

Yeah, POU had a grand total of 4 BN days in May, and actually ended up drier than normal. Ten days with max 80F+, and 6 with min >=60F; only four years had more warm nights based on that metric.

The problem is that the cloudy and rainy days (which were pretty typical in number) tended to fall on weekends, so the perception is of a gloomy month, even though most days had plenty of sun and warmth.

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2 hours ago, SnoSki14 said:

Was a top 5 warmest May not enough?

It's interesting that June has been on of the least likely months for top 10 warmth during the 2010's. Not much in the way of big top ten warmth here since June 2010 and 2011. 

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