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Itstrainingtime

Central PA Feb/March 2019 Disco: More Snow In Our Future?

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Looking ahead to the next 10 days or so, it looks like we have at least a chance of some rain on about 7 of them. Saturday looks like the nicest of the next several though it'll be windy and somewhat chilly for the end of April. 

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51 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

His window of opportunity is roughly Labor Day through Memorial Day, so...yeah. :)

Looks like yet another active afternoon in store for the LSV. 

It just went to like night here

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6 minutes ago, sauss06 said:

It just went to like night here

Any reports of damage from around Duncannon to Halifax and just east?  Radar struggles due to terrain in that area but looked like it was picking up on at least some rotation with that line that just went through.

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10 minutes ago, canderson said:

It's really clearing here in HBG, so I see why SPC when SLIGHT. 

Yes, sorry...I should have looked at the SPC map a little closer. At first glance it appeared to me like the ENH covered a bit more of our area. In reality it runs right through my backyard, lol. 

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Tornado watch for my area. Things could get pretty bad later.

I'm hoping I don't see another EF1 like last year. Lost a couple 35 year old trees but that was also due to the ground being so wet.

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5 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

These 0-3km CAPE values combined with the shear and forcing...going to be some nasty storms 

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Thanks for popping in and sharing your thoughts...though this is Hershey Bears country. :) 

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3 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Thanks for popping in and sharing your thoughts...though this is Hershey Bears country. :) 

I went to a Wolf Pack/Hershey game in Hershey like 4 years ago...terrific venue and probably the best fans of anyone. 

This jet streak rounding the base of the sharpening trough coupled with the potent vort max rotating through should yield the development of a very nasty squall line. Severe wind probs are high in the watch and I can see why.

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7 minutes ago, Anduril said:

That was some nice rain but over quick. Was that it for today?

Yup appears so (well that rain around Pittsburgh might make it but it’ll be weak). 

I didn’t notice any wknd just heavy rain. That line that’s going north looks a bit more severe though. 

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I’ll wait for those summer days where I have a 20%-30% chance of storms. I’ve done much better from those days over the years it seems. 60mph + winds, hail, 4” of rain. Ever few years when the stars align I get absolutely man handled from some random pop up beast with no other storm within 60 miles of it


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51 minutes ago, canderson said:

It’s crazy windy this morning. 

I felt the need to share. 

I thought of you when I was out earlier. Saw a tree down not far from here and immediately was concerned about Front Street. :)

It really is blowing out there...

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