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July 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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7/15: (89's running wild this season)

EWR: 89
LGA: 89
ACY: 88
TEB: 88
BLM: 87
PHL: 87
ISP: 86
JFK: 86
New Brunswick: 86
NYC: 85
TTN: 85

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2 hours ago, dmillz25 said:

Uff fml. Ima gonna suffer

What do I have to say ?

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25 minutes ago, Snow88 said:

What do I have to say ?

Tell your CO that you want a patrol car with A/C that functions :D

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1 hour ago, Snow88 said:

What do I have to say ?

Anthony my row house abuts the Kane Street Synagogue. I believe it’s  the oldest in Brooklyn. My good neighbor says it best:

”This Too Shall Pass”.  As always ......

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3 hours ago, uofmiami said:

Ended up with a high of 86.3 for today.

 

3 hours ago, psv88 said:

86.3 here as well

86.4 for me lol.

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Next 8 days averaging 83.5degs., or 7degs. AN.

Month to date is  +2.8[79.0].       Should be  +4.2[80.5], by the 24th.

GFS Meteogram still in a love affair with the 90's-----13 out of the next 16 days, with 3 100's for good measure.   Yes we get a cooldown in 9 days, but it won't last.

76.4* here at 6am.   77.4* by 8am.  79.0*, at 9am.  Finally overcame sea breeze?, and hit 80 0* at 10:45am.    83.6* by Noon.

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2 hours ago, CIK62 said:

Next 8 days averaging 83.5degs., or 7degs. AN.

Month to date is  +2.8[79.0].       Should be  +4.2[80.5], by the 24th.

GFS Meteogram still in a love affair with the 90's-----13 out of the next 16 days, with 3 100's for good measure.   Yes we get a cooldown in 9 days, but it won't last.

76.4* here at 6am.   77.4* by 8am.

These stats are useless. Yesterday the Park was 85, coolest in the entire metro area. So the 2.8 is not representative of true departure.

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5 minutes ago, bluewave said:

Saturday is the first time I ever saw the Euro forecast an 86 dewpoint in the Northeast region. The Euro shows numerous days coming up with potential dewpoints of 80 or greater. It looks like a combination of the recent multi-year historic dewpoint spike, record soil moisture over portions of the US, and the tropical moisture surge around and after Barry.

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Saturday may be the hottest HI day in decades. 100/80? Jesus. 

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43 minutes ago, psv88 said:

Saturday may be the hottest HI day in decades. 100/80? Jesus. 

Sunday may be a tad warmer than Saturday.

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I swear high dew point and heat index graphics are to me what major snowfall graphics are to everyone else here.

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Already clouds from Barry's remnants pushing through OH and towards PA.  WIll be interesting to see how much rain and how high temps can get with mostly cloudy conditions Wed/ THu and 850 temps in the 22-24 range.

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7 minutes ago, IrishRob17 said:

Spot on.  Bet the under, but it'll be a hot weekend regardless.

Temps and dews have been under forecast all week (other than the park). When heat comes in July you buy, in August you sell. I go with the sun angle theory, models underestimate surface warming in mid summer, over estimate in late summer. But what do i know

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1 hour ago, bluewave said:

Saturday is the first time I ever saw the Euro forecast an 86 dewpoint in the Northeast region. The Euro shows numerous days coming up with potential dewpoints of 80 or greater. It looks like a combination of the recent multi-year historic dewpoint spike, record soil moisture over portions of the US, and the tropical moisture surge around and after Barry.

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if this holds we'll have higher heat indices than in 2011

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4 minutes ago, psv88 said:

Temps and dews have been under forecast all week (other than the park). When heat comes in July you buy, in August you sell. I go with the sun angle theory, models underestimate surface warming in mid summer, over estimate in late summer. But what do i know

Agreed, we both know very little LOL.  It will be quite memorable if mid 80 dew points verify in PA and NJ.

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tropical storms moving north usually bring tropical heat with them...we are going to be in its sw flow so hopefully there won't be any power failures...

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38 minutes ago, psv88 said:

Temps and dews have been under forecast all week (other than the park). When heat comes in July you buy, in August you sell. I go with the sun angle theory, models underestimate surface warming in mid summer, over estimate in late summer. But what do i know

I agree.  Averages start to drop off fairly steadily once past 8/10 or so as does sun angle and loss of daylight...

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The 6z GFS is a lot less aggressive with dews, low to mid 70s across the area. The 6z also cuts the worst heat off after Saturday, I'm interested to see if that becomes a trend or if its just a blip.

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1 minute ago, Gravity Wave said:

The 6z GFS is a lot less aggressive with dews, low to mid 70s across the area. The 6z also cuts the worst heat off after Saturday, I'm interested to see if that becomes a trend or if its just a blip.

I have been looking at DP forecasts over the last week or so and have noticed that the GFS in general seems to go less aggressive vs. the Euro.  Is this a known GFS or Euro bias?

 

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