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July 2019 General Discussion

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18 hours ago, Indystorm said:

Sorry to learn of your accident, Hoosier and hope you get well soon. I was at Highland with relatives July 3 until I came back Sat. July 6th and just saw your post.  Meanwhile, you don't see something like this very often from the NHC so I thought I would post it.

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TTAA00 KNHC DDHHMM

Tropical Weather Outlook
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
800 PM EDT Sat Jul 6 2019

For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:

1. A trough of low pressure over western Kentucky, Tennessee and
northern Mississippi is forecast to move southward toward the
northeastern Gulf of Mexico where a low pressure area could form in
a few days. Some gradual development of this system is then possible
while it meanders near the northern Gulf Coast through the middle
of next week.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...low...20 percent.
 

EURO still wants a west track and brings it up our way over our soggy ground...GFS east

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These are my favorite kind of summer days, except for the ones with heavy thunderstorms.  A significant break from the heat (at least three straight days with highs under 80 it appears) and dews actually have dropped into the 40s late today.

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I love this time of year. A *cold* front moves through and KIND goes from a high of 90 on the sixth to 88 on the seventh. Anytime you do not need a coat or a jacket after a frontal passage is my idea of heaven.

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12 minutes ago, bowtie` said:

I love this time of year. A *cold* front moves through and KIND goes from a high of 90 on the sixth to 88 on the seventh. Anytime you do not need a coat or a jacket after a frontal passage is my idea of heaven.

I get the disappointment of needing a coat for chilly air, but conversely I would find it discouraging for a front to not wipe out heat and humidity.  Little airmass change.

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Formation chance through 48 hours...low...10 percent.

Formation chance through 5 days...high...80 percent.


 

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On 7/4/2019 at 2:56 AM, Hoosier said:

Well it was an eventful night.  Went to a local fireworks show and on the way back got rear ended.  Was at a red light and quickly heard waht sounded like screeching tires.  As soon as I heard the sound is when the car hit.  There was no time to look or panic or do anything, it just seemed like it happened.  It was so fast.  I am at the hospital.  I am having pain and just not feeling right. 

Here are a couple of pics from the fireworks.  It was a good night and then the crash.  Things happen fast

 

 

   

I hope that your recovery is going well.

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I picked up 0.07" of rain from a tiny cell late this afternoon.  My July total is now 0.17".  Models show little if any rain over the next ten days.  The lawns are going to dry up, big time.

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26 minutes ago, nwohweather said:

Is excessive heat in the hundreds? Have never seen that graphic before

Usually yes for our area, at least HI> 100.

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Several funnel cloud and a brief tornado report around the QC area this evening.  These little cells are rotating.  Even the wussy cell that passed just north of town a little earlier had a small non-rotating wall cloud.  

Hit 89 here today, and at MLI.

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2 hours ago, CoachLB said:

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GFS/Euro both showing DP's getting into the 80's across a decent chunk of the sub which would certainly help verify this.

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Pretty fun evening tracking a supercell that passed just north of the QC, and eventually just north of here.  Put down a few funnels along the way, but didn't see any ground rotation.  Kind of nice having a 5 minute drive back home after a "chase" lol.

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11 hours ago, cyclone77 said:

Pretty fun evening tracking a supercell that passed just north of the QC, and eventually just north of here.  Put down a few funnels along the way, but didn't see any ground rotation.  Kind of nice having a 5 minute drive back home after a "chase" lol.

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I too had a really solid funnel yesterday, not totally sure if it was down, but assume it was at least briefly as there were times when it was 1/2 to 2/3rds the way down. DVN knows about it so I presume they’ll probably try and find some damage if it was really down.

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18 hours ago, hawkeye_wx said:

I picked up 0.07" of rain from a tiny cell late this afternoon.  My July total is now 0.17".  Models show little if any rain over the next ten days.  The lawns are going to dry up, big time.

Models this morning have relaxed the ridge just a little bit allowing a few thunderstorm chances to creep in over the next 7 days along the periphery of the ridge while areas  immediately to our south and west continue to dry out. 

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Hottest day of the year, 92/78/108. Still time to go higher. Nothing record breaking, but still nasty.

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Yeah we're banging 94/72 here and beginning to get brutally dry, little more than .25 of rain since 6/23.  Temps supposed to drop below 60 tomorrow night, might need a scarf lol.

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94 at ORD, 96 at MDW and 95 here today.

Hottest temps of the year across the board.

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10 minutes ago, NegativeEPO said:

ORD always the lowest ofc... garbage sensor. Can't be fixed either for some reason.

There has been confirmation that the sensor is in good working order.

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1 hour ago, Chicago Storm said:

There has been confirmation that the sensor is in good working order.

By who? Do you know one of the ASOS technicians?

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31 minutes ago, Indystorm said:

Garden variety t storm here this evening.  Little wind but colorful lightning display.

Can't buy one around here.  Saw that storm off to my south, another off to my west and another to the east.  My micro-climate around here is really sucking.

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47 minutes ago, Jackstraw said:

Can't buy one around here.  Saw that storm off to my south, another off to my west and another to the east.  My micro-climate around here is really sucking.

It has been rather dry around here recently.  My neighbor was even watering his lawn yesterday evening.

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13 hours ago, snowlover2 said:

Westward expansion of the extreme heat areas on todays outlook.

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No. No. No. No. Hell freakin no. :angry:  I just got here Saturday and this South Carolina portal weather can go back south :angry: 

edit: I’m in the Cincinnati area 

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