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June 2019 Discussion

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1 hour ago, Great Snow 1717 said:

If the forecast by Box verifies it would mean  more than 3 inches of rain in the first 11 days of June.  Meaning here in Methuen.

I’ve barely had .03 lol.

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10 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I’ve barely had .03 lol.

 

10 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I think maybe just under a tenth? Just missed north and south. 

.06" MTD here.   Things have dried up fast.

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2 PM obs:  BML at 85, NYC at 63.  Not a common pair of obs, thanks to sun north and RA south.  Cirrus on the south horizon here. 

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2 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Please keep it dry . This one tonight has all the looks of a 7/10 split. Congrats ALB and SE Mass

What model shows that

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12 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

What model shows that

Can see it on radar . 

Best forcing is NW ALB- Berks. And second convective blob from RI to Se Mass.. maybe clips you leaving heart of SNE with a quickly moving band of showers 

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8 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Can see it on radar . 

Best forcing is NW ALB- Berks. And second convective blob from RI to Se Mass.. maybe clips you leaving heart of SNE with a quickly moving band of showers 

Heaviest is later tonight and early tomorrow  morning so how can you tell that by looking at the radar?

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Just now, ineedsnow said:

Heaviest is later tonight and early tomorrow  morning so how can you tell that by looking at the radar?

There will be a scattered line of downpours with the cold front early tomorrow. A few towns could get an inch or something. This isn’t some widespread soaking regional rain. It’s convective season. It’s hit or miss for localized higher amounts 

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Helicopter crash at 787 7th Avenue in NYC. One killed after a hard landing and rooftop fire. Ground stop at NYC airport's. Visibility is poor with fog/rain. Not terrorism related.

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3 hours ago, ineedsnow said:

Heaviest is later tonight and early tomorrow  morning so how can you tell that by looking at the radar?

If it was winter he'd be saying 12-18 with lollis to 24. 

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When my friend from NH and I arrived back in CT after getting some t'storms in Keene we went to a local golf course in West Hartford for an approaching t'storm. Light show was pretty decent and there was a pretty awesome shelf cloud.  I wish it was during the middle of the day 

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Kinda strange to see northern NH the hottest in the state...lots of upper 80s in Coos. BML 86° and Lancaster 88°.

Made it to 79.9° here which was par for the area...generally 78-82° over much of C/S NH.

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6 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Can see it on radar . 

Best forcing is NW ALB- Berks. And second convective blob from RI to Se Mass.. maybe clips you leaving heart of SNE with a quickly moving band of showers 

I am a ten pin right now .41 of needed rain ftw so far

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