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May 2019 Discussion

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14 hours ago, weathafella said:

I pay because:

1.  It makes no difference in my standard of living and I enjoy the information.

2.  The older I get, the more inclined Ian to buy whatever the fuk I want 

 

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15 hours ago, Cyclone-68 said:

This is probably a silly question but I’ll ask it here anyway, has Boston ever had a severe thunderstorm move from E to W into the city from the ocean? Excluding hurricanes I guess? 

I am quite certain it has happened. Maybe not due E to W but certainly with an E component. 

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Beautiful sunrise this morning. Couple of showers today, then weekend looks nice. 80s Monday.

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18 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Beautiful sunrise this morning. Couple of showers today, then weekend looks nice. 80s Monday.

That's my favorite part about driving into work at 5 AM...watching the sunrise.

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Welp...taking the cover off of the ac compressor when I come home from work today.   Latest since I lived in this house.

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26 minutes ago, weathafella said:

Welp...taking the cover off of the ac compressor when I come home from work today.   Latest since I lived in this house.

Compressor won't even come on yet

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15 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Compressor won't even come on yet

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That's not right for Logan. Does it have Logan 8 miles east of where it should be?

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What a miserable morning. 

44F and rain with very low ceilings around 1800ft making the valley feel like a fishbowl between the mountains.

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26 minutes ago, Dr. Dews said:

Wow, lots of Debbies today.

Definitely not summer fun.  Jackets and wet chill.  Like a December morning in Seattle.  

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At least it's good for snow preservation in the upper 30s in the mountains. 

This is pretty absurd at this point.  

You can see JSpin's photos in the NNE thread showing a 5-foot depth the other day after the snowstorm.  

The 65-year average depth is 21" and it's still sitting near 5 feet on Mansfield at 3,700ft.  That's getting impressive.

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48 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

That's not right for Logan. Does it have Logan 8 miles east of where it should be?

Can't wait for the 80s here. About time. 

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42 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

What a miserable morning. 

44F and rain with very low ceilings around 1800ft making the valley feel like a fishbowl between the mountains.

Glad we don't live there. 61 sun trying to come out.

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11 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

At least it's good for snow preservation in the upper 30s in the mountains. 

This is pretty absurd at this point.  

You can see JSpin's photos in the NNE thread showing a 5-foot depth the other day after the snowstorm.  

The 65-year average depth is 21" and it's still sitting near 5 feet on Mansfield at 3,700ft.  That's getting impressive.

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Crazy how max depth occurred exactly on the multi year average 

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72F yesterday felt real nice.  House got up to 75F with it.  Only 1 day this month without a Trace of precip.

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Heading off to Disney World for a week, Pretty cool to be able to double your surface temp with a three hour plane ride. Hopefully get some good convection too 

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2 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Beautiful sunrise this morning. Couple of showers today, then weekend looks nice. 80s Monday.

No sunrise to see thanks to clouds, and now showers.  P&C forecast has low 70s here for Monday.  We'll see whether/how long we warm sector - could be 60s, could sniff 80.  At least it's not like early April when we were driving home from WVL in upper 20s SN while the grandkids in SNJ were getting out summer clothes for sunny upper 70s. 

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12 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Can't wait for the 80s here. About time. 

I think the grid spacing is causing Logan to "appear" over water. I've seen that before. 

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3 hours ago, dendrite said:

Just when you think we’re done with rain and 40s...

we rain and 40s

We both may bust ...but your bust is a bit more modest ( by magnitude ...) at 59 and 64, NAM and GFS respectively ...plausibility nonetheless.  Right now ...WPC analyzes the warm from roughly mid-state NY to SW CT... I'm not seeing it as interested in moving NE given to obs and satellite trajectories and so forth.   And speaking of sat... back building gunk ceilings after this swath of warm frontal rains ... seems this is a failed WAA push that only augments the llv cold resistance - part of the 'tuck curse' we enjoy for winter storms in the winter but loathe when wanting heat in the summer.  Ha, as an aside, it's like penance for our cold lusty sins -

Anyway, 72 to 69s across the SNE board and that looks unlikely at this hour ... buuuuut...heh, days are long now.  Sun is high enough to even add some diurnal heating if it were to say ...clear out between 3 and 5 pm and we can bootleg highs that cheat and make the day look like it musta been sooo awesome for everybody  :axe:

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15 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Crazy how max depth occurred exactly on the multi year average 

Yeah it follows the average graph pretty well but just way above.  

Definitely the best mountain snowpack year I've ever experienced here.  I mean look at that, we set record November depth of 40" and then it never looked back.  Start to finish well above normal.  

The one thing this year is there was no mid-winter thaw that wrecked like feet of snow.  I think that's what stands out at home too in the valley, solid snow cover from Nov 12 into April.  

For Mansfield, two years stand out for May 17th... 1969 that we chased all season (only crossed its snow depth twice, once in November and once in January) had 68" today vs 57" this season.  

Also 1997 had that obscene late season snow when MWN got blasted and that depth was 69" right now on Mansfield.  

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2 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Paul is your job to weenie out and find misc weather images in the middle of nowhere?

:lol:

no...but it's fun to get to be able to do that. 

 

GFSX has 87 for EWR Monday 

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Going to push 80 here today it seems, 75 already with dewpoint hovering around 60. Feels like early summer!

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4 minutes ago, Spanks45 said:

Going to push 80 here today it seems, 75 already with dewpoint hovering around 60. Feels like early summer!

Hopefully the evening is pleasant. Have to head to Newtown tonight. ughhhhhhhh

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