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Hoosier

June 2018 General Discussion

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3 hours ago, IWXwx said:

Here is the 8-14. Meanwhile the CFSv2 monthly depicts a similar look in both temps and precip.

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We get that look for the month and I'm busting out the d word.  

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1 hour ago, Hoosier said:

We get that look for the month and I'm busting out the d word.  

Yeah I am a bit surprised that it shows dry for us, that has a ring of fire look which is most certainly not a dry pattern.

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For those on well water, it might be time to dig a deeper one.

Seriously though, it is very consistent on normal to above normal precip in the Southwest.

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6 minutes ago, IWXwx said:

For those on well water, it might be time to dig a deeper one.

Seriously though, it is very consistent on normal to above normal precip in the Southwest.

Grew up on well water lol. That stuff is the worst. Will Hoosier finally get him dream of a 1934 summer again? 

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1 hour ago, Chambana said:

Grew up on well water lol. That stuff is the worst. Will Hoosier finally get him dream of a 1934 summer again? 

Oh, no.  1988 was bad enough for me.

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I'd like another 1911 May-Oct. Its so crazy I can hardly believe it panned out as climate data showed in my region.

So far I haven't had a single thunderstorm yet aside from some rumbles in winter, can I go through June without one too?

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I love well water. "City" water is nasty tasting to me.  Heck, I'll drink water straight out of creeks and springs.

Word, fluoride free


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12 minutes ago, Hoosier said:

Temp has fallen into the 50s.  Nice way to open June.

Yeah, your lake breeze/cold front is kicking off some storms. I may get wet yet again today.

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SOUTHERN LAKE MICHIGAN WATER TEMPERATURES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
916 AM CDT Fri Jun 1 2018

LAKE MICHIGAN WATER TEMPERATURES...

CHICAGO SHORE..........65.

CHICAGO CRIB..........55.

WILMETTE BUOY..........57.

MICHIGAN CITY..........53.

MICHIGAN CITY BUOY..........67.

SOUTH MID LAKE BUOY..........47.

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First week looks a little up and down but after that there are signs that a warmer than average pattern locks in.  The biggest departures likely found in the Plains but perhaps we pulse some of that eastward at times?

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2 hours ago, Hoosier said:
SOUTHERN LAKE MICHIGAN WATER TEMPERATURES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
916 AM CDT Fri Jun 1 2018

LAKE MICHIGAN WATER TEMPERATURES...

CHICAGO SHORE..........65.

CHICAGO CRIB..........55.

WILMETTE BUOY..........57.

MICHIGAN CITY..........53.

MICHIGAN CITY BUOY..........67.

SOUTH MID LAKE BUOY..........47.

It doesn't make sense that shoreline areas are stuck in the 50s when water temps are in the 60s. Even farther up the lake water temps are still near 60. This really is puzzling to me, I would have expected areas by the lake to at least be near 70 today, not 50s.

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16 minutes ago, Spring 2018 Is The Worst said:

It doesn't make sense that shoreline areas are stuck in the 50s when water temps are in the 60s. Even farther up the lake water temps are still near 60. This really is puzzling to me, I would have expected areas by the lake to at least be near 70 today, not 50s.

The 60s are mainly near the shore.  It's 50s (and even some 40s) farther out...

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Today was cold by June standards.  Temp never got above 46.  Just a raw, windy, low cloud kind of day.  Concerned a little about frost tonight, as my point is 37...hopefully winds don't die down more than expected. With the warm May here, I threw caution to the wind and planted away.

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37 minutes ago, weatherbo said:

Today was cold by June standards.  Temp never got above 46.  Just a raw, windy, low cloud kind of day.  Concerned a little about frost tonight, as my point is 37...hopefully winds don't die down more than expected. With the warm May here, I threw caution to the wind and planted away.

Meanwhile in Indiana...

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GFS has been advertising a tropical system way out in the extended.  The 18z run brings it into Texas and it really pumps the ridge out ahead.

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