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June 2019 Discussion

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50 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Remember a few weeks back it also had BDL like 89 one day and it ended up being like in the 60's lol. 

Oh you don't have to remind me... I was one of the ones pointing that out - the MOS was doing it all spring. 

But there is a difference here..  Namely, the pattern is seasonally normalized quite a bit, by way of having moderated the heights upward unilaterally ...though still with some similar blocking constructs continuing - tru.  But it is different, so I'm not sure if that 'correcting behavior' still going to take place given the newer regime. 

We'll have to see..  

btw, ... for how little it is worth the extended Euro came in with the onset of the seasons for pan-eastern U.S. heat wave.  20 C 850s everywhere with clear heat-feed-back geopotential ridge dome blossoming.   Obviously it's eye-candy for summer/heat enthusiasts but... This run is the fourth cycle in the row where it doesn't really get cool beyond this week's shenanigans.  This may be what folks are seeing/exaggerating, in observing that general panache.  But beyond D4 this is a warm-ish looking run. Not willing say how warm...just talking synoptic polish -

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2 hours ago, dendrite said:

New climate regime...I full expect it.

The mosquitoes have been on another level the past few days. Gotta give them some standing water to do more breeding in.

It's been a nice fluid transition of biting bugs so far. 2 weeks of black flies, 1 week of noseeums, and now we're onto a week of skeeters. What's next?

horse/deer flies?

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Today was surprisingly cold, almost more than I'd like.  Almost chilly at 62F with NW wind, down off an 8am high of 65F.  

Impressive to have drying and some clearing this time of year with no diurnal rise in temps.  

Those days of 82/38 style stuff was the best.

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16 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Today was surprisingly cold, almost more than I'd like.  Almost chilly at 62F with NW wind, down off an 8am high of 65F.  

Impressive to have drying and some clearing this time of year with no diurnal rise in temps.  

Those days of 82/38 style stuff was the best.

Just a beautiful day here albeit windy but cocadoodledewlessness.

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 Easily 70's and perhaps many more days of 80's which we have enjoyed. room for a few sneaky 90 torches between the cool front intrusions and/ or various s/w impulses along stalled boundries. Not a bad summer.

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High was 74 with COC all over this aftn. 1.10 rain. Everything lush and I love it. Want to just rip clothes off as I look at lawn. 

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Next week still had some heat potential. Just depends where boundary stalls. But I could see at least 1-2 days of swamp ass.

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3 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Just a beautiful day here albeit windy but cocadoodledewlessness.

Ended up being pretty nice.  It was a fall-like day but the daylight length really has a mid-summer feel regardless of temperature.

A decent sunset is just beginning with the broken lower level clouds, but this was earlier today while walking the dog. 

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30 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Early October? :lol: 

Maybe that first late August cool front, but 74-78 isn’t early Oct 

You struggled for 70

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6 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Bring back EEK

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How come he isn’t around?  Amazing shot!

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Tomorrow looks like one of those deals where you may have some sort of meso low with very heavy rain/FF near the center. Has that look.

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9 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Tomorrow looks like one of those deals where you may have some sort of meso low with very heavy rain/FF near the center. Has that look.

I look forward to another 1-2” of rain.

and yeah, where the hell did eek go?

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56 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Tomorrow looks like one of those deals where you may have some sort of meso low with very heavy rain/FF near the center. Has that look.

Could it be sort of a landphoon type deal?

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23 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Could it be sort of a landphoon type deal?

LOL, probably not....but something to watch. 

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1 hour ago, CoastalWx said:

It's bike week in NH. He's around, just busy fixing all the stuff being broken by drunken bikers.

His last post was 11 months ago.

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3 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Tomorrow looks like one of those deals where you may have some sort of meso low with very heavy rain/FF near the center. Has that look.

sure does... I almost wonder what/if the phase-diagram might look like outta Fl state ...  Like, do the bubblets try to meander tauntingly toward the warm core quadrant for a jiff... 

 

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