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July pattern(s) and discussion

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Some real good lightning strikes in this guy.  Tropical rains, easy to see how some of you saw torrential short-duration high rain rates.

Popped up out of nowhere over the Spine of the Mtns... the benefits of living just east of the higher peaks in the summer is plenty of rain for the gardens. 

Updrafts start as air backs up on the western slopes and then it rains it out on the Spine and eastern slopes.

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Welp, looks like the rain is a bust down here. Fizzling out as it approaches just like every deform band in the last few years.

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29 minutes ago, Hoth said:

Welp, looks like the rain is a bust down here. Fizzling out as it approaches just like every deform band in the last few years.

Don’t cut it short just yet

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33 minutes ago, Hoth said:

Welp, looks like the rain is a bust down here. Fizzling out as it approaches just like every deform band in the last few years.

Yeah, it's over and done

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17 minutes ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

Don’t cut it short just yet

Yeah, Its scattered, It looks like he gets in on it,  But where it falls, Its a good drink.

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It looks like morning convection looks to impact the immediate SE MA coastline with strong to severe convection with damaging winds and maybe a waterspout or tornado potential exists is non zero.

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2 minutes ago, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

It looks like morning convection looks to impact the immediate SE MA coastline with strong to severe convection with damaging winds and maybe a waterspout or tornado potential exists is non zero.

There you are.

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58 minutes ago, Hoth said:

Welp, looks like the rain is a bust down here. Fizzling out as it approaches just like every deform band in the last few years.

Nothing here today. 

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10 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Flooding of campgrounds/water rescues underway in Rumney, NH

Training storms...

Shit. Show. :fulltilt:

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On 7/8/2019 at 5:12 PM, tamarack said:

Would GYX, or another source, have meta data for the Farmington co-op back thru its 1893 beginning of record.  There's some 1890s heat of which I'm quite suspicious, also some 1940s mild minima that seem out to lunch.  Addressing just the '90s, Farmington notched 8 days with triple-digit highs.  Three of the four relatively close sites with records as old (or nearly so) all are jusually a bit hotter than Farmington post-1900 - WVL is usually the same or a bit cooler.  Those 3, LEW, Gardiner and Bridgton, show a total of 2 triples, though the last doesn't have August 1893 when Farmington hit 102 and 100.  Call it one apiece, which in comparison has Farmington's heat seem odd, and makes me wonder if the obs location was downtown amidst the masonry buildings. 

Farmington records also show its hottest daily mean (88.5) and daily minimum (78) on 9/23/1895.  Other stations hit mid 90s but nowhere else among the above Maine sites had milder minima than 65 for Sept. 22,23,24.  To me, that's not a location issue, just an error.  (78 was also the max for 9/24/1895 - wonder if the morning min was missed/ignored/forgotten.)

This is all I can find.

Locations:

1945-09-01 to 1948-06-01 0.5 MI SE OF PO
1944-01-01 to 1945-09-01 0.2 MI NE OF PO
1942-02-01 to 1944-01-01 0.7 MI SW OF PO
1898-02-01 to 1942-02-01 0.2 MI N OF PO
Relocations
1945-09-01 .6 mi SE
1944-01-01 .8 mi NE
1942-02-01 .9 mi SSW

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20 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

Flooding of campgrounds/water rescues underway in Rumney, NH

Training storms...

It gest exciting, quickly, in mountain drainages that absorb a large amount of water...some torrential rates.  Unfortunately most campgrounds in NNE have a stream/river nearby that can flash flood when it drains the higher elevations... but this air mass can rain it seems.

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2 hours ago, metagraphica said:

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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summer is basically over, a few more weeks. Oh well. Glad it went by very quickly. Basically no severe storms, no hurricanes, no nothing. Hopefully a raging s'easter in Oct/Nov, otherwise it is quite dire

 

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12 hours 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.

 

You'll make up for it in the winter.  Qpf-west.  :)

Nothing here yesterday, .86 overnight.

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12 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

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.

Oriental Gardens? Never been there, but I’ve heard plenty of sketchy things. That’s China Bistro now I think. I’m sure Eek has opinions.

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