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1 hour ago, pasnownut said:

that funnel hit my brothers brother in laws house, and wrecked his next door neighbors.  

 

that sucks. Sorry to hear man. 

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2 hours ago, pasnownut said:

that funnel hit my brothers brother in laws house, and wrecked his next door neighbors.  

 

Been there before. Sorry to hear - hopefully no injuries. 

Anyone see anything about what the weather will be like after this weekend - ie middle to late June? 

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URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service State College PA
244 PM EDT Mon Jun 3 2019

...Areas of frost will occur late tonight through the mid morning
hours on Tuesday...

PAZ004>006-010-011-037-041200-
/O.NEW.KCTP.FR.Y.0003.190604T0600Z-190604T1200Z/
Warren-McKean-Potter-Elk-Cameron-Tioga-
Including the cities of Warren, Bradford, Coudersport, St. Marys,
Ridgway, Emporium, Mansfield, and Wellsboro
244 PM EDT Mon Jun 3 2019

...FROST ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 2 AM TO 8 AM EDT TUESDAY...

The National Weather Service in State College has issued a Frost
Advisory, which is in effect from 2 AM to 8 AM EDT Tuesday.

* TEMPERATURES...Lows mainly in the mid 30s, though some higher
  mountain valleys will see the temperature dip to near freezing
  for a few hours around daybreak Tuesday.

* TIMING...Areas of frost will form around 2 AM Tuesday and
  persist until around 8 AM Tuesday.

* IMPACTS...Frost and freeze conditions may damage sensitive
  vegetation. Take steps now to protect tender plants from the
  cold.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Those with agricultural or gardening interests should protect
sensitive vegetation. Potted plants should be brought indoors.

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19 hours ago, canderson said:

Been there before. Sorry to hear - hopefully no injuries. 

Anyone see anything about what the weather will be like after this weekend - ie middle to late June? 

They are all ok, and folks have stepped in to help.  Roof ripped straight off of of neighbors brick structure.  Gonna be alright.  Some folks, are way worse off, so I consider them lucky.

Beauty of a day out there today.   Me likey

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Another month in the books, another top 10 wettest month. At KMDT they recorded 6.84” of rain in May, normal is 3.79”. That placed May in the 8th spot for all-time Wettest Mays. So in the last 12 months we have now had 5 Top 10 wettest months finishes including the #1 spot for July/Nov 2018. In those 12 months KMDT has recorded 66.66” of rain (June 2018 - May 2019). Our Average May minimum temperature was 57.7, 4th warmest May minimum all-time. The mean temperature for May was 66.2, 4.1 above the normal of 62.1, and 12th warmest all-time.


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Big forecast bust today. Called for strokes an heavy rain all afternoon and night. Nada. 

What caused it to go bust?

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Big forecast bust today. Called for strokes an heavy rain all afternoon and night. Nada. 
What caused it to go bust?


Looks like there were storms to the north and south. Got stuck between the energy. Consider it a makeup for the day a couple weeks ago where 20% chance turned into almost 2” of rain


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Anymore, any day without rain is a good day and one to savor...since we don't get that many.

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3 hours ago, Voyager said:

Anymore, any day without rain is a good day and one to savor...since we don't get that many.

Pattern's flipped - we're out of the constant rain onslaught. We'll definitely get rain still but nothing like last summer's barrage. 

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1 hour ago, canderson said:

Pattern's flipped - we're out of the constant rain onslaught. We'll definitely get rain still but nothing like last summer's barrage. 

Agreed, though CTP is mentioning heavy rainfall from Sunday into early next week. Sterling is actually talking about flooding concerns down that way. 

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It’s gross today. 84 and very humid. 

Signed a contract for a new HVAC system this morning so hopefully in 2 or  so weeks I’ll be saved. 

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20 hours ago, canderson said:

It’s gross today. 84 and very humid. 

Signed a contract for a new HVAC system this morning so hopefully in 2 or  so weeks I’ll be saved. 

It was very sticky yesterday. I turned my air back on. Not happy about it. 

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12 hours ago, sauss06 said:

It was very sticky yesterday. I turned my air back on. Not happy about it. 

My air runs from about March 1st through November. But I like my house to feel like Lambeau Field in January.

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My air runs from about March 1st through November. But I like my house to feel like Lambeau Field in January.

Last night got down into mid 50s. Great night for windows open.


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2 hours ago, Superstorm said:


Last night got down into mid 50s. Great night for windows open.


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Upstairs got down to 69 this morning - was 81 yesterday afternoon. 

The rest of June looks to continue the below-average nights. 

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Upstairs got down to 69 this morning - was 81 yesterday afternoon. 
The rest of June looks to continue the below-average nights. 

No real heat in sight.


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2 hours ago, Superstorm said:


No real heat in sight.


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Yes !

The next 2 weeks look to be below normal, so that takes us into late June.

I’ll be thrilled if most of the summer heat is confined to just July & August. 

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Heading to OBX next Saturday for a week. They have just come out of some record-setting heat with temps at or near 100 for days. Hoping it is a good deal cooler because it will undoubtedly be humid down there. 

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5 hours ago, Blizzard of 93 said:

Yes !

The next 2 weeks look to be below normal, so that takes us into late June.

I’ll be thrilled if most of the summer heat is confined to just July & August. 

You know it’ll be August and September. You can put money on a 90 degree day the last week of September imo. That always sucks lol. 

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11 hours ago, canderson said:

You know it’ll be August and September. You can put money on a 90 degree day the last week of September imo. That always sucks lol. 

Agreed

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Definitely one of the best starts to summer I can remember.  I was in Florida last week and despite it being in the mid 90's it was a "cool" mid 90's with 30-40% humidity.  Summer is almost 1/6 over with no summer weather.

 

 

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21 hours ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Today is one of the most refreshing, invigorating June days since well...early last week. Perfection for this time of year...

Yes indeed!

The 7am temp in Bradford,PA is 37 !

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I wanna do dirty things to this June morning.

HVAC install set for June 25. Looks like I’ll get that in before we get any real heat.

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72 in the house when I woke up....opened the doors and down to 68!   Electric company is crying the blues.

 

 

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