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June 2019 Discussion

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4 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Euro is a heatwave next week.

Telling the future for 0z? 

A few warm days but definitely  not 90 plus..

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19 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Just don’t get a portable (wheeler type). Very inefficient 

This. Those portable ac's depressurize your house and suck warm humid air in from every crack as they exhaust air out the window. I read studys that a 12k btu portable literally only delivers like a fraction of that. Something like 4k btu. 

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3 hours ago, Dr. Dews said:

Impressive dews today, it's a great feeling.

You should head down to New Orleans and enjoy their impressive dews. Mid 90s, dews in the upper 70s, 100 percent relative humidity, heat index of 100-105, and showers everyday to kick those dews up even more. 

 

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What’s the guess for the hottest and driest day next week in central NH? I’m planning out our vacation. Thinking Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday look cooler. 

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1 hour ago, weatherwiz said:

My hair got wet walking to lunch, my car, and every time I had to step outside 

That’s crazy. Does that happen to you every time it rains?

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35 minutes ago, BrianW said:

You should head down to New Orleans and enjoy their impressive dews. Mid 90s, dews in the upper 70s, 100 percent relative humidity, heat index of 100-105, and showers everyday to kick those dews up even more. 

 

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None of the humid humpers would. It’s all just a show they put on the internet. 

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54 minutes ago, ineedsnow said:

Telling the future for 0z? 

A few warm days but definitely  not 90 plus..

That’s 90 with those 850 temps for sure. Heatwave for the tarmac for sure. That’s verbatim....if it worked out like that.

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

That’s 90 with those 850 temps for sure. Heatwave for the tarmac for sure. That’s verbatim....if it worked out like that.

He lives at lower elevation than BDL. It’s a roast zone. Oh what a torch 

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Just now, Damage In Tolland said:

He lives at lower elevation than BDL. It’s a roast zone. Oh what a torch 

My guess is at least Monday and Tuesday torch. Not sure if it’s 88 or 93...but will be toasty.

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Everyone can relax and breath again ... Trump formally announced he's running for 2020 ..

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1 hour ago, BrianW said:

You should head down to New Orleans and enjoy their impressive dews. Mid 90s, dews in the upper 70s, 100 percent relative humidity, heat index of 100-105, and showers everyday to kick those dews up even more. 

 

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Yeah, I love the Big Easy. One of my favorite destinations.

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44 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

That’s crazy. Does that happen to you every time it rains?

Unfortunately 

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2 hours ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Just don’t get a portable (wheeler type). Very inefficient 

And loud. My parents had one and you barely hear yourself think over it. 

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5 hours ago, BrianW said:

My a/c has been on and running for months.  I pretty much never open up any windows. No thanks on letting all that pollen and dust inside. With a airtight home and a good hvac unit and filter system the air inside is vastly better quality then outside. 

Indoor climate control is pretty advanced now. My unit has humidty control settings, uv light filter, multiple stage heat pump/cooling.  It is crazy energy efficient. 

In the winter it has been nothing short of amazing with keeping the indoor humidity around 40-50 percent. I dont think many realize how bad it is for you in the winter when your indoor humidity is like 10 percent. 

A temp of 68F with an RH of 10% gives you a dewpoint of 9F. I've never heard of a house being that low. I usually keep mine around 50% (dews near 50F). Anything higher and I start getting condensation on the windows.

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1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:

He lives at lower elevation than BDL. It’s a roast zone. Oh what a torch 

I actually think he's a but higher than BDL but I'm a bit lower than the airport . He's a couple miles further east in Enfield where the elevation climbs above 200' whereas my area is like 150' and the airport is about 175'.  Regardless it's all a torch zone. South winds never really knock the temps down this far north in the state until late in the day if at all.  Many days in the spring and early summer on a southerly or southwesterly flow the warmest temps on my rides home from the the coast are usually from Windsor/Windsor Locks and points north into the Enfield area .  

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22 minutes ago, mreaves said:

And loud. My parents had one and you barely hear yourself think over it. 

Funny my unit purrs and really worked well last year in the dog grooming room, about 400 sq ft

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29 minutes ago, mreaves said:

And loud. My parents had one and you barely hear yourself think over it. 

The compressor is in the room...  Window units, mini splits, etc have the compressor outside 

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12 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Funny my unit purrs and really worked well last year in the dog grooming room, about 400 sq ft

For some spaces they can make sense.   For bedrooms, etc, might not be the best idea.  2 hose units are better as well when it comes to efficiency.  

Some of the classrooms in my building have portables due to window design (there are some students who require them due to their 504 accommodations), but they are loud and are not really designed for spaces that large (900 sq feet or so)

My sister uses some portables for her dog business, but only in work spaces. 

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1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:

He lives at lower elevation than BDL. It’s a roast zone. Oh what a torch 

No I don't..  elevation here is 249. My area is higher than most of Enfield.. a half mile from here is 350 to 400 ft

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Looks like a warm week next week. Might be some convection Tuesday, but overall looks fairly warm. 

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4 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Looks like a warm week next week. Might be some convection Tuesday, but overall looks fairly warm. 

The sharp gradient in Maine scares me a bit. Roll some convection through and we probably wedge down here. 

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Just now, dendrite said:

The sharp gradient in Maine scares me a bit. Roll some convection through and we probably wedge down here. 

Yeah tough to tell day to day stuff, but even after Tuesday...we may trough a bit, however thicknesses greater than 564 spell 80s. 

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