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13 minutes ago, C.A.P.E. said:

Last few frames looks like its dying to the north and pulsing a bit towards the south. You might get in on some good action.

Correct....yea... I got a 5 minute total deluge but 1 mile north is getting crushed.  I drove up and chased lol . Now I'm enjoying my first beer at happy hour :D

Edit ...its sneaking back in again . Moderate to heavy rain 

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6 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Correct....yea... I got a 5 minute total deluge but 1 mile north is getting crushed.  I drove up and chased lol . Now I'm enjoying my first beer at happy hour :D

Edit ...its sneaking back in again . Moderate to heavy rain 

Uh, its a bit late for that. B)

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Just now, C.A.P.E. said:

Uh, its a bit late for that. B)

Had to take my 2 teen daughters out to dinner 1st . Dad has to behave . It was tough though.. after working outside all day to wait till 7:30pm 

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Everything its dying out now. The nature of air mass pulsers kicked off by localized boundaries. Hopefully some better large scale forcing late tomorrow.

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Surprised the 715 and 722 SWS didnt get posted... stated "these were very dangerous storms" with winds to 80 mph and golf ball sized hail

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Just now, yoda said:

Surprised the 715 and 722 SWS didnt get posted... stated "these were very dangerous storms" with winds to 80 mph and golf ball sized hail

80 mph gets my attention! Your yard has gotten hit good the past couple weeks..no?

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The SWS itself

Severe Weather Statement
National Weather Service Baltimore MD/Washington DC
715 PM EDT Fri Jun 28 2019

VAC047-079-113-137-290000-
/O.CON.KLWX.SV.W.0263.000000T0000Z-190629T0000Z/
Madison VA-Orange VA-Greene VA-Culpeper VA-
715 PM EDT Fri Jun 28 2019

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 800 PM EDT
FOR SOUTHERN MADISON...ORANGE...SOUTHEASTERN GREENE AND SOUTHWESTERN
CULPEPER COUNTIES...

At 714 PM EDT, intense thunderstorms were located along a line
extending from 6 miles west of Culpeper to near Stanardsville,
moving southeast at 10 mph.

These are very dangerous storms.

HAZARD...80 mph wind gusts and golf ball size hail.

SOURCE...Doppler radar.

IMPACT...Expect considerable damage to trees and power lines. Your
         life is at significant risk if outdoors. In addition to
         some trees falling into homes, wind damage is possible to
         roofs, sheds, open garages, and mobile homes.

Locations impacted include...
Orange, Madison, Stanardsville, Gordonsville, Ruckersville,
Brightwood, Mine Run, Eheart, Oakpark, Barboursville, Verdiersville,
Everona, Montpelier Station, Newtown, Thornhill, Nasons, Winston,
Madison Mills, Montford and Mitchells.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

These are potentially deadly storms. Seek shelter in an interior room
on the lowest floor of a well-built structure. Abandon vehicles in
search of a more substantial permanent structure. Stay away from
windows.

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4 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

80 mph gets my attention! Your yard has gotten hit good the past couple weeks..no?

Some yes, not today though... barely grazed yesterday 

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Outflow boundaries collided in Howard County and apparently each just kept going like nothing happened?  Weird.  

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28 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

Outflow boundaries collided in Howard County and apparently each just kept going like nothing happened?  Weird.  

Could be at different altitudes. Felt the east boundary in Reisterstown and it knocked about 4 degrees off the temp.

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51 minutes ago, MN Transplant said:

The forecast for the holiday weekend looks warm.

100/78 or bust

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Seems like something’s gone fluky with the BWI ASOS. Hottest temp yesterday and already over 90 today.

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12 hours ago, Eskimo Joe said:

Could be at different altitudes. Felt the east boundary in Reisterstown and it knocked about 4 degrees off the temp.

Yeah that must have been it. Temp did drop with them.

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6 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

Seems like something’s gone fluky with the BWI ASOS. Hottest temp yesterday and already over 90 today.

All the weather stations around the airport are upper 80s to low 90s

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90/76 currently. Each day has gotten muggier than the day before, today seems like the hottest day.

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45 minutes ago, SnowtoRain said:

All the weather stations around the airport are upper 80s to low 90s

 

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7 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

 

The ASOS is pretty much next to a bunch of buildings. Definitely a high bias.

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1 hour ago, WxUSAF said:

Seems like something’s gone fluky with the BWI ASOS. Hottest temp yesterday and already over 90 today.

I also have been thinking that the temperature sensor at the Carroll County Regional Airport just north of town has been reading way too warm for many months.  Not sure who maintains it (NWS?) but it is often a good 5-6 degrees higher than the surrounding nearby reports.

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9 minutes ago, MN Transplant said:

Euro is now 97/97/97/100 for Tues-Fri at home (via Windy)

The resolution of the models seem to be too low to accurately depict the temperatures on the delmarva, because of proximity to water. They seem too low, IMO.

Nonetheless, certainly a hot week ahead (Tuesday thru Friday) with temps in the low - mid 90s next week.

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32 minutes ago, Sparky said:

I also have been thinking that the temperature sensor at the Carroll County Regional Airport just north of town has been reading way too warm for many months.  Not sure who maintains it (NWS?) but it is often a good 5-6 degrees higher than the surrounding nearby reports.

That area is more developed than surrounding locations and next to a corn field.

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Torch!!

1:05 PM - Starting to see an anvil to my north. Small shower popped on radar to the north as well.

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92 at Iad, Dca, Andrews and Annapolis and 96 at BWI at 1pm .Somethings off

Been disconcerting for Decades about DCA and now BWI. Plus the push back against looking into DCA was ridiculous. Excuses like “the winds go nw and that blows off buildings and highways ” is Wrong. Establish a station that is Not susceptible to that false influence.

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4 minutes ago, WEATHER53 said:

92 at Iad, Dca, Andrews and Annapolis and 96 at BWI at 1pm .Somethings off

Been disconcerting for Decades about DCA and now BWI. Plus the push back against looking into DCA was ridiculous. Excuses like “the winds go nw and that blows off buildings and highways ” is Wrong. Establish a station that is Not susceptible to that false influence.

They are going to look at BWI this week.  Not a conspiracy.

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