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Today really shouldn't have been a surprise...it was quite obvious yesterday how today would transform, where the boundary would be located, and how it would progress. 

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Every March millions of E mass folks suffer from collective amnesia and delude themselves to look forward to “spring”. 

In Worcester...and the 495 belt ... all spring is ...is there chance to experience a cape cod winter ...40’s and wet

I do like how the seasons sort of become compressed in this sort of onshore flow pattern ...cool 40’s persist into May and then when we flip to a above normal pattern ..boom 80’s and people calling me crying that they have to fit into a bathing suit and they look like cows 

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6 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Boston Mets struggle w CT weather 

 

They think it’s the same. Apparently Ginx does too lol. Beaut of a day until the clouds came. Though IJD near him really never un doored

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6 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Every March millions of E mass folks suffer from collective amnesia and look forward to “spring”. 

In Worcester...and the 495 belt ... all spring is ...is there chance to experience a cape cod winter ...40’s and wet

mm made worse, perhaps by the fact that every so often a year arrives where it does do 70s to 90 early. 

like the insufferable attitudes from the Philly to D.C. belt that felt some how jilted on their entitlements when force-fed their climate after 1996 ...It's a bit dated now... wow, 22 years... But in the early years of WW and then Eastern back in '05 ... there was still a tendency to feel loss of entitlement after that big blizzard/winter of 1995/1996 that year - need to be hammer with this for 10 straight here's until expectations are utterly neutralized... Then no one cares anymore.   

Until it warms up again... taking another 10 years to re-learn

 

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

They think it’s the same. Apparently Ginx does too lol. Beaut of a day until the clouds came. Though IJD near him really never un doored

Cept as we know you live closer to IJD by a mile. 

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The weather at Windham airport is only indicative of people who live in that immediate vicinity.  Go East, north, south, west even 5-10 miles and it can be noticeably different. 

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ORH 45F and rain. No one, and I mean no one, in NE CT should ever use ORH temps in winter to represent their own.

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36 minutes ago, MetHerb said:

I thought those trees had full leaves on them?

Lol exactly.  Looks the same here...but you know how that Nonsense goes in Tolland.

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wow... soar ... 

GFSX MOS now 10 to 13 F over climo for Tue-Thur next week for interior/KFIT.  D5 to 7's are far and increasingly weighted toward climatology .. perhaps signaling the underlying magnitude of warmth considering it can "shine" through that much dimming...  Going from where we were yesterday in the outlook to this?  I bit unexpected to be honest-... 

12z Euro rollin in so we'll see where it stands on that - 

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4 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

wow... soar ... 

GFSX MOS now 10 to 13 F over climo for Tue-Thur next week for interior/KFIT.  D5 to 7's are far and increasingly weighted toward climatology .. perhaps signaling the underlying magnitude of warmth considering it can "shine" through that much dimming...  Going from where we were yesterday in the outlook to this?  I bit unexpected to be honest-... 

12z Euro rollin in so we'll see where it stands on that - 

Has 78 each day from T-Th at BDL. If we can get that WSW sfc flow established...up, up, and away. Maybe even a severe threat into PA/NY...would have to watch for a EML plume to break off and propagate in that general direction. 

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1 hour ago, scoob40 said:

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Looks like they're on the way in these parts.

 

I’m talking about today. That’s some good Rippon reading that too.

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2 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Has 78 each day from T-Th at BDL. If we can get that WSW sfc flow established...up, up, and away. Maybe even a severe threat into PA/NY...would have to watch for a EML plume to break off and propagate in that general direction. 

pump the breaks ...haha...    baby steps -

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10 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

hanging onto sun here-temps have leveled out at 65, but it feels great out there.

judging by sat and obs trends ... ur probably going to be safe until that boundary west of ALB comes in... (not the back door) 

The BD appears to have held serve in NE towns of CT and E but is if anything tending to erode back some...    But we'll see how the rest of the afternoon plays out - in may just be mixing out more than eroding back but what's the difference...

Interestingly ... there is fog and strata actively moving due west along the south shore of Long Island... so it almost gives the illusion that the BD air mass is secluding warm air over CT 

 

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20 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

 Hopefully the three hours of sun tolland had was worth it. 

I'm going to guess that's 3 hrs more sun that you had....:underthewx:

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24 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

:lol: 

especially since the Euro pretty much went out and found any way imaginable to ruin it on this run... But, there is some semblance of a continuity break afoot so it may yet come back. 

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1 minute ago, Brian5671 said:

I'm going to guess that's 3 hrs more sun that you had....:underthewx:

He’s all DNG all the time. The weather will be terrible and cloudy and cold all month because South Weymouth is that way this week .

DNGATT

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20 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

hanging onto sun here-temps have leveled out at 65, but it feels great out there.

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Wow, that looks summery

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3 minutes ago, moneypitmike said:

Those are some pretty weak leaves if that's summer.  :) 

A nice spring picture though.

Looks leafy, dare I say full leaf out.

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2 minutes ago, Dr. Dews said:

Looks leafy, dare I say full leaf out.

small leaves, but they are out-we're about a week ahead of schedule locally

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Thought It would only be nice for a couple hours but it actually ended up being a beautiful day. Hopefully we can get something similar on Saturday. Then more permanent next week?

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