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Typhoon Tip

August dawgs are barking ... but it looks like the month may split

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37 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Gun laws? lol 

Yea, when a neighborhood safety watcher, cop wannabe, can chase down an unarmed teenage boy and shoot him to death....and get away with it. Ya know, ‘stand your ground’, whack gun laws. 

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25 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Man the heat really got to some posters today . Wow 

It’s been a long, oppressive, terrible summer. We Ready to flip seasons. When do you change colors and go all cold all the time? 

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4 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

It’s been a long, oppressive, terrible summer. We Ready to flip seasons. When do you change colors and go all cold all the time? 

10/1 12:00am Seasons in seasons.

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16 minutes ago, weathafella said:

97 officially at BOS for the high.  On to tomorrow!

Nice. Should have not doubted that. That’s impressive this late and with those dews.

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18 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Nice. Should have not doubted that. That’s impressive this late and with those dews.

I don't think you were that far off despite that result at Logan, Scott -

I encountered large variance in temperature across 40 miles of travels today, despite the west wind, with many towns having trouble exceed 91, while others were above 95.  It was rather unusual considering said wind and limit ceiling contamination - a more homogenized result did not occur though.

It was a good hot pop for urban islands and their immediate exhaust shadows I suspect, where standard rural regions made doubters more right than they may be aware/think -

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2 hours ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Yea, when a neighborhood safety watcher, cop wannabe, can chase down an unarmed teenage boy and shoot him to death....and get away with it. Ya know, ‘stand your ground’, whack gun laws. 

Yea cuz thats the reason I wouldnt move to Florida instead I'd live in the gun crime free cities of Hartford Bridgeport and New Haven

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I had an 88F up here today.  Was expecting 91-93F but a fairly thick high overcast moved in.  Very hazy,  a mix of a dirty airmass and western smoke.  Wonder how much the smoke effects temp vs a cleaner atmosphere with increased solar insolation.  The slightly lower sun angle must also be factored in compare to an early July sun.

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NAM thickness now 581 dam for tomorrow over Logan. Officially the highest I've ever seen that particular metric modeled for that location. 

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10 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

NAM thickness now 581 dam for tomorrow over Logan. Officially the highest I've ever seen that particular metric modeled for that location. 

LWM finally got you your 90F at 9.....pm

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95 for the high at BDL.  96 here.  Phone was reading 97 with a HI of 108 in downtown Springfield earlier.  Dog days for sure.  Early dismissal tomorrow for the 1st day of school, lol.  

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28 minutes ago, dendrite said:

LWM finally got you your 90F at 9.....pm

Hahaha. "You're going the wrong way!"

wonder for tomorrow tho.  Seems about as good a candidate as any this summer now that it's back is broke. Heh

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3 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Early- mid Roctober

Lol, he’ll be suffering through low dews and sunny warm autumn days in a COC tober of yore

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72F at 10:25 pm here in the old high desert. Nothing like a 34 Tdew. :) Of course we can have days in June when it hits 100F and drops to 58F or so every once in a while.

El Ninos in Boston with three or more days of 95F or greater highs since 1930 in August? 1953, 2002

We've had five 95F+ days this August here, but not since 8/8. Enjoy the heat and humidity I guess.

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