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June 2019 Discussion

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25 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Looks cloudy 

Have seen a fair amount of sunshine so far today, getting cloudier though but has that filtered sun look.

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10 minutes ago, ineedsnow said:

Thought this was pretty cool. The trail from the airplane caused a shadow and made it look like the cloud was split in half... pretty cool to watch it!

Actually that's just the chemicals causing the cloud drops to evaporate. :ph34r:

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25 minutes ago, ineedsnow said:

Thought this was pretty cool. The trail from the airplane caused a shadow and made it look like the cloud was split in half... pretty cool to watch it!

We know what it is but I wonder if you posted this picture on a general public forum what % of the population would know?   50%,  25%, 10%.  My guess is not much more than 10%-20% would know.

3pm and a comforatably cool  72F up on my hill while I see it's quite warm down below. My non 80F day for 2019 is safe again.  Euro bumps up qpf for me with the stalled front,  maybe a drink to keep the lawn and garden nice and hydrated. 

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46 minutes ago, ineedsnow said:

Thought this was pretty cool. The trail from the airplane caused a shadow and made it look like the cloud was split in half... pretty cool to watch it!

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I was just out watching planes blaze trais and saw something similar.  Neat

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27 minutes ago, Dr. Dews said:

No one commenting on that 12z euro? ;D

Brings the heat for a couple days, some here will get their taste of summer.. changing  every run though

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Runaways worst dreams coming true with images of last summer .. dews and daily rains next week 

Surface dewpoints in the 60s, H85 approaching +15C, freezing level
heights around 12-14 kft agl, and precipitable waters approaching 2-
inches. Any localized convergence upon a deep-layer moist column
beneath any measure of forcing combined with instability can surely
lead to heavy downpours. And with the wave train forecast over the 3-
days, there is some concern for localized flooding should the W-E
train persist across S New England.

 

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1 hour ago, Dr. Dews said:

No one commenting on that 12z euro? ;D

Potent ULL just to our NE and it’s d9-10. A little summer heat would be nice, but I wouldn’t lock that in yet.

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27 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Runaways worst dreams coming true with images of last summer .. dews and daily rains next week 

Surface dewpoints in the 60s, H85 approaching +15C, freezing level
heights around 12-14 kft agl, and precipitable waters approaching 2-
inches. Any localized convergence upon a deep-layer moist column
beneath any measure of forcing combined with instability can surely
lead to heavy downpours. And with the wave train forecast over the 3-
days, there is some concern for localized flooding should the W-E
train persist across S New England.

 

Dews in the 60's. That's  not even close to last year! When we have temps at 95 and dews in the mid 70's then you can compare!

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57 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Runaways worst dreams coming true with images of last summer .. dews and daily rains next week

 

Cool and dry.

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