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July pattern(s) and discussion

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27 minutes ago, SlantStickers Anonymous said:

Been a real tremendous downpour for the last 5-10 mins. 

You wouldn't happen to be reporting from Peabody, MA?

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Hoping for at least 1/2" and a full inch would be better.  Water table is fine thanks to 3.6" RA June20-30, but July stands at 0.05" and the upper layers, where much of my small-seeded veggies still live, are getting dry.

Awakened @ 4:30 AM for the 2nd straight morning by the coyote family, maybe 100 yards from my open windows.

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Wow, unlike last year, NW MA is being missed left and right by the rains this summer.  Less than .25" the past 10 days.

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1 hour ago, tamarack said:

Hoping for at least 1/2" and a full inch would be better.  Water table is fine thanks to 3.6" RA June20-30, but July stands at 0.05" and the upper layers, where much of my small-seeded veggies still live, are getting dry.

Awakened @ 4:30 AM for the 2nd straight morning by the coyote family, maybe 100 yards from my open windows.

30 aught 

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4 hours ago, Dr. Dews said:

Weather chat isn't a competition, but we live in the NE where being self-righteous and arrogant is unfortunately considered a positive trait. Lol

Perhaps in Eastern Mass hence Massholes but the rest of us like to be laid back. 

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51 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Dumping all afternoon. 

Did you ever go to the O-G at Paugus Bay? May have been the most shadiest Chinese restaurant by day and club at night I’ve ever been to lol. Different name now.

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Just now, Ginx snewx said:

Perhaps in Eastern Mass hence Massholes but the rest of us like to be laid back. 

I love it here. Phuck everyone  else.

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

I love it here. Phuck everyone  else.

Irrelevant. 

Definitely dried out here, had to add a little water to the pool and its not leaking ET city. Garden soil quickly dried, watering at night before sundown a must.

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59 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Wow, unlike last year, NW MA is being missed left and right by the rains this summer.  Less than .25" the past 10 days.

A welcomed sight. I have spring planted evergreens but I’d rather water them myself if weather can stay dry. 

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Humid evening with stale air up here... no breeze and dews upper 60s. 

Today was one of those days where it feels ok and then a 10-min shower rolls through, leaving minimal rain (under .10”), but all it seems to do it increase the low level moisture and humidity.  

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Clear warm boundary was cutting NW to SE through NE Mass... Anywhere N of that axis was probably a piece of shit day..

I left work at Shrewsbury Mass, ...which is about 5 clicks E of Worcester, on Rt 2 and it was 85 and partly sunny, with actively swaying tree limbs ...leaves pointed NE like stress flags... By the time I got to the interchange of I-191/Rt 2 ...there was no wind, the temp was 72 and the streets were running water as the rain had just ended... Pretty significant difference across the boundary.  

Since then the temps down along the Pike have settled back to 75-ish but y'all still struggle to get rid of last winter yet still up N...  heh.

 

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47 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

A welcomed sight. I have spring planted evergreens but I’d rather water them myself if weather can stay dry. 

 Perfectly comfy summer past few weeks with the expected brief forays into hot and humid. 

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The breeze is whipping - seems to be undersold by some of the weather sites I'm checking. Ought to be a wind chill index posted. Cool 76/63

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16 minutes ago, Dr. Dews said:

Another dew day, add to the growing list

Ha it’s like a sporting event... dews or no dews.

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2 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Irrelevant. 

Definitely dried out here, had to add a little water to the pool and its not leaking ET city. Garden soil quickly dried, watering at night before sundown a must.

Yep, almost every day.  Was hoping for some decent rain this evening but so far SE CT isn't getting much at all.

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13 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Ha it’s like a sporting event... dews or no dews.

WxCompetiton

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