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June 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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Just now, Rjay said:

You can see the outflow really push out of southern Nassau amd into western Suffolk on that gif 

L beach is the place to be to night 

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Wow, that was.... quite intense in Long Beach. Crazy thunder/lightning and probably some of the highest T-storm winds I observed here. Wind was roaring for a few minutes.

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2 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

Wow, that was.... quite intense in Long Beach. Crazy thunder/lightning and probably some of the highest T-storm winds I observed here. Wind was roaring for a few minutes.

Thunder was a 8-9

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Lots of thunder and lightning for a while but only led to a brief period of light rain or drizzle. Slid just south and east over south bx, qns, nassau north shore.

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Gusts around 50 mph pretty common along the South Shore.

At 10:00 PM EDT, 3 WSW West Gilgo Beach [Nassau Co, NY] WXFLOW reports MARINE TSTM WIND of M48 MPH. JONES BEACH CG WXFLOW

At 9:30 PM EDT, 7 SSW Breezy Point [Anz355 Co, NY] WXFLOW reports MARINE TSTM WIND of M54 MPH. SANDY HOOK WXFLOW

 

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Didn’t get any rain out of it, unfortunately. Decent winds and alright lightning, best “thunderstorm” so far, though this is Long Island and the bar is set at ground-level.

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6 minutes ago, DerangedHermit said:

The story of some of Long Island and thunderstorms

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Happens all the time. The sound gets much better storms than most of the island it seems. Last summer was great though, had a ton of good storms. Already a bunch this season as well. So no complaints here so far 

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17 minutes ago, DerangedHermit said:

The story of some of Long Island and thunderstorms

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This is literally what happened to me, this is the outcome roughly 98% of the time.

Thunder and lightning with no rain (today)

Thunder and rain with no lightning

Lightning flashes and rain with no thunder

Never all three, and never ever anything approaching severe. The fact that these “storms” packed a strong breeze was enough to shock me.

Being from Queens (which barely does ok with t-storms itself), the lack of thunderstorms on Long Island is super noticeable, I hate it.

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Next 8 days are averaging 71degs., or about 1deg. AN.

EURO is 20 degrees cooler than GFS by Day 9,10-----70's vs. 90's.

Looks fairly ordinary after June 06:

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First day above 90 at Newark already a few weeks late compared to the 5-20 average since 2000. Newark is on track for only the 3rd time beyond the first week of June since 2000. The other years were 2014 and 2003.

 

First/Last Summary for NEWARK LIBERTY INTL AP, NJ
Each section contains date and year of occurrence, value on that date.
Click column heading to sort ascending, click again to sort descending.
Year
First
Value
Last
Value
Difference
Minimum 04-07 (2010) 08-08 (2011) 58
Mean 05-20 09-01 103
Maximum 06-24 (2003) 09-24 (2017) 153
2018 05-03 (2018) 94 09-06 (2018) 98 125
2017 05-17 (2017) 92 09-24 (2017) 92 129
2016 05-25 (2016) 91 09-14 (2016) 94 111
2015 05-26 (2015) 91 09-09 (2015) 91 105
2014 06-17 (2014) 91 09-06 (2014) 95 80
2013 05-30 (2013) 93 09-11 (2013) 96 103
2012 05-28 (2012) 91 09-01 (2012) 92 95
2011 05-30 (2011) 92 08-08 (2011) 93 69
2010 04-07 (2010) 92 09-08 (2010) 93 153
2009 04-26 (2009) 93 08-21 (2009) 94 116
2008 06-07 (2008) 97 09-14 (2008) 92 98
2007 05-25 (2007) 92 09-08 (2007) 92 105
2006 05-29 (2006) 94 08-20 (2006) 94 82
2005 06-05 (2005) 91 09-13 (2005) 94 99
2004 05-23 (2004) 92 08-28 (2004) 92 96
2003 06-24 (2003) 94 08-22 (2003) 93 58
2002 04-16 (2002) 92 09-09 (2002) 91 145
2001 05-02 (2001) 92 08-10 (2001) 99 99
2000 05-07 (2000) 94 08-07 (2000) 92 91

 

 

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It’s rare to see the dewpoint drop below 32 degrees in NYC during June. Temperatures should fall quickly around the area after sunset.

Central Park   FAIR      69  31  24

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19 hours ago, jm1220 said:

Wow, that was.... quite intense in Long Beach. Crazy thunder/lightning and probably some of the highest T-storm winds I observed here. Wind was roaring for a few minutes.

we had two severe thunderstorm warnings!  The storm at 6:30 was pretty good too, I was only disappointed that we didn't get to see a rainbow afterwards :(

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9 hours ago, bluewave said:

First day above 90 at Newark already a few weeks late compared to the 5-20 average since 2000. Newark is on track for only the 3rd time beyond the first week of June since 2000. The other years were 2014 and 2003.

 

First/Last Summary for NEWARK LIBERTY INTL AP, NJ
Each section contains date and year of occurrence, value on that date.
Click column heading to sort ascending, click again to sort descending.
Year
First
Value
Last
Value
Difference
Minimum 04-07 (2010) 08-08 (2011) 58
Mean 05-20 09-01 103
Maximum 06-24 (2003) 09-24 (2017) 153
2018 05-03 (2018) 94 09-06 (2018) 98 125
2017 05-17 (2017) 92 09-24 (2017) 92 129
2016 05-25 (2016) 91 09-14 (2016) 94 111
2015 05-26 (2015) 91 09-09 (2015) 91 105
2014 06-17 (2014) 91 09-06 (2014) 95 80
2013 05-30 (2013) 93 09-11 (2013) 96 103
2012 05-28 (2012) 91 09-01 (2012) 92 95
2011 05-30 (2011) 92 08-08 (2011) 93 69
2010 04-07 (2010) 92 09-08 (2010) 93 153
2009 04-26 (2009) 93 08-21 (2009) 94 116
2008 06-07 (2008) 97 09-14 (2008) 92 98
2007 05-25 (2007) 92 09-08 (2007) 92 105
2006 05-29 (2006) 94 08-20 (2006) 94 82
2005 06-05 (2005) 91 09-13 (2005) 94 99
2004 05-23 (2004) 92 08-28 (2004) 92 96
2003 06-24 (2003) 94 08-22 (2003) 93 58
2002 04-16 (2002) 92 09-09 (2002) 91 145
2001 05-02 (2001) 92 08-10 (2001) 99 99
2000 05-07 (2000) 94 08-07 (2000) 92 91

 

 

I'm a bit suspicious of all the hot summer forecasts.  Though warm and somewhat dry would be a nice change.  We all know the super hot summer is coming in 2021- thats the 11 year pattern lol.

 

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18 hours ago, psv88 said:

Happens all the time. The sound gets much better storms than most of the island it seems. Last summer was great though, had a ton of good storms. Already a bunch this season as well. So no complaints here so far 

most of Long Island gets their storms in September and October. the spring season is overrated for us on the south shore, when the ocean warms up and the land starts to cool down is when we have our best outbreaks.

 

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19 hours ago, jm1220 said:

Likely power outages in part of Long Beach-reports of transformers blowing. My lights flickered but am still on. But yikes. 

thats why I turn all electronics off during storms.  I've lost thousands of dollars of equipment because of thunderstorms.

 

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