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July Discobs 2019

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1 hour ago, C.A.P.E. said:

Just about right here. .05". And ofc been hearing thunder for hours from storms passing just to my west, and now north.

Very frustrated. Just got back frm a day trip the beach and returning home expecting at least some rain,  as my area was under a flash flood watch and a severe thunderstorm watch.

Nothing at all. Third  time this summer under a FFW and zero precip. ( at least up to this time of posting )   All the action well to my South and East.  

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My numbers for July....

Averaged high was 84.9 degrees vs a normal of 84.7 degrees, a +0.2 above normal. The warmest temp was 91.6 degrees on the 21st. Averaged low for the month was 61.3 degrees vs a normal of 61.5 degrees, a -0.2 degrees below normal. The lowest temp was 53.3 degrees on the 26th. Overall temp for the month was 73.1 degrees, which is exactly even with normal of 73.1 degrees! Total rainfall for the month was 4.78 inches vs normal of 4.01 inches, a +0.77 above normal. Wettest day was the 9th with 1.49 inches falling. There were 15 days with measurable, 3 days with a 'T' and 13 dry days. Highest wind recorded for the month was 30 mph on the 22nd. One new record for the month, the 1.49 inches of rainfall on the 9th setting daily record.

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Oh my what a storm we had this evening.  Winds to around 60 mph.  Two rounds of hail with the first round bringing 15 minutes of quarter size hail.  The second round was briefer and the hail was smaller.  I lost my persimmon tree which was loaded with green fruit.  We had 3.63 inches of rain in less than 45 minuets.  Every bit of it quickly sunk into the parched ground.  I made a spotter report by phone and the power went out in the middle of the call and the phone disconnected.  The NWS employee could hear the hail hitting the windows during the call.  They said the storm had a large hail core.  I was able to call back and finish the report.  Whew.....my tomatoes and peppers took a beating too.  This was the worst TS in many years for this area.

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I have to add that the storm with the tornado in April was worse in thunder, lightening and wind when the tornado passed by.  This evenings storm had a lot more rain and lots of hail. It has been an amazing year for severe in this area.

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On 7/23/2019 at 11:27 PM, Subtropics said:

Can you promise me a HOT AND HUMID fall first with some tropical action??


 

This is going to be a very active hurricane season.

Be VERY, VERY careful what you wish for..........

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