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July pattern(s) and discussion

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Just now, sbos_wx said:

Same type of thing here really. I can't remember anyone's name ever. Takes like three times meeting them

Whats your name, whose your daddy 

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10 minutes ago, Hoth said:

Severe jumps right over CT. Looks spot on to me.

Typical lol.

I sort of posted that to rub it into Kevin for rubbing on me about not being enthused for CT in terms of severe. 

Not sure why so many were impressed about CT...I was shocked the SPC even put a slight risk as far north as they did. 

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4 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Typical lol.

I sort of posted that to rub it into Kevin for rubbing on me about not being enthused for CT in terms of severe. 

Not sure why so many were impressed about CT...I was shocked the SPC even put a slight risk as far north as they did. 

Great job Wizzy

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4 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Great job Wizzy

Thanks!

The old me probably would have been going wall to wall talking outbreak lol. 

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7 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

How many confirmed tornadoes have there been in New England in 2019.  Seems low

I don’t believe there have been any? But please feel free to correct if I’m mistaken 

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1 hour ago, dendrite said:

59.5F -RA

We may have had our high for the day a little after midnight...63.0F

This'll be a big hit to a possible record warm July.

My record low max for the day is 66°.  Peak climo too.  I mentioned yesterday that the weekends heat bumped my monthly average temp up high enough to make the top 10, this week will probably average it out again.  We'll just have to see how the month winds up with 8 days left.

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Sunday PM models had 1"+ for my area.  Yesterday's PM forecast reduced that to 1/4-1/2".  7 AM cocorahs report: 0.03" but we survived the flooding.  That's after getting a whopping 0.01" from Sunday's cf while N/E Maine got clobbered.  Seeing 2"+ in S. Maine overnight adds more salt to the wound.  Might've gotten a tenth post-7 AM, but watched echoes die as they approached my area so maybe not.

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1 minute ago, tamarack said:

Sunday PM models had 1"+ for my area.  Yesterday's PM forecast reduced that to 1/4-1/2".  7 AM cocorahs report: 0.03" but we survived the flooding.  That's after getting a whopping 0.01" from Sunday's cf while N/E Maine got clobbered.  Seeing 2"+ in S. Maine overnight adds more salt to the wound.  Might've gotten a tenth post-7 AM, but watched echoes die as they approached my area so maybe not.

I know Dryslot doesn't want the rn, but our soil is dry, so was rooting for at least 0.5"

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27 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Impressive,  2nd Tor warning for the Cape incoming?

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you gotta think a TOR is coming soon

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24 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

I know Dryslot doesn't want the rn, but our soil is dry, so was rooting for at least 0.5"

I can give you my 0.15" if that will help.................:lol:

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13 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Record low max at BDL for today is 67, high today so far 66, ORH 63 so far 61

I think it’s a tougher achievement at BOS given the propensity of ocean breezes coming down from the Gulf of Maine at times even I’m high summer.

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