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2019 Mid-Atlantic Severe Wx - General Discussion

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A Big Nothing here west of Woodbridge.  Like really nothing.  Radar looks MUCH worse than ground truth. At least from what I have experienced all day. Under 1/2 inch of rain as well.

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The cell moving through the 270 split looks intriguing. Of course, I’m not there at the moment.

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2 minutes ago, supernovasky said:

This severe thunderstorm isn't amounting to much in Germantown.

 

We really don't do severe up here very well do we?

Nope, but we have big winters. Oh wait...…….

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2 minutes ago, supernovasky said:

This severe thunderstorm isn't amounting to much in Germantown.

 

We really don't do severe up here very well do we?

It happens when we least expect it lol

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just a rainer so far through olney.  not much wind to speak of.  that cell north of glenmont got the warning, but might skirt south of me.  

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Just now, WxUSAF said:

That’s it? What a joke.

3k nam showed this a day ago. The line stayed west. I'm ok with that considering the last couple years of flooding in EC.

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2 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

That’s it? What a joke.

My family is freaking. I’m like shhhhhhh. Ruining my movie night. 

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6 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

That’s it? What a joke.

Mid Atlantic Severe FTL

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Bust in Charlottesville as well. I think I heard a single rumble of thunder amid the light breezes.

Rain wasn't too bad though, more than we got on Sunday at least.

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To be fair..there was a handful of tor warnings in the forum ...Va / Washington co / Fred co Md and last week of course was pretty impressive.  I dont think I can recall  a week in mid April around these parts  like this ever to be honest .

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Went up to ft Reno and looked over toward Bethesda. Definitely a shelf (?) cloud over Bethesda but no rotation as far as I could see. It’s a bit away and of course dark. Some low clouds scooting NE. If I put my imagination glasses on Ithought I might have seen a slight protuberance hanging down from the cloud but in all likelihood that was just interplay of city lights and low cloud or just an outright mirage.  Nothing to sound hells bells about that’s for sure. But this was the closest tornado warning to upper NW for a (long?) while so figured it was worth a gander

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Final daily total .46. I'm not mad, but not a gust of wind, rumble of thunder or lightning.  If you told me beforehand this was going to be a normal day with some showers preceding a weak cold front I would have not known the difference. On to the next one. 

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I actually didn't expect severe here . Temps were mid 60s here most of the afternoon evening with low 60s dews. Usually I do well with surface temps near low 70s and upper 60s dews minimum. 

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