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TODAY: July 17th-18th - Storms/Severe/Flooding

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8 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Yeah that’s how it was here. White out sheets of rain. Then a minute later more moderate to heavy. Again prior to rain we had uptick in CG ahead of it. Kept hitting same area pretty close to house. Didn’t expect winds. Maybe stronger other areas but good 30-40kts my estimation and I don’t weenie that. Some branches down in hood.

Exact same thing here

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

Good video metherb. We had most of our CG ahead of it. At least in my spot. 

Can confirm that on highway as well

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1 hour ago, MetHerb said:

The cells just kept training over me.  Things are quieting down for the moment.  Looks like about 2.80" over about an hour.  Should be interesting to see what happens with that stuff off to the west.  I'd imagine we could see some localized flash flooding (if not already).

I will miss most of that.

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25 minutes ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

Whopping .09” right now

Yeah, my yard has been bone dry for 2 weeks and I got just about .20" in the stratus when I was hoping for 1-2".   Hardly any thunder or wind either.  I bet tomorrow is basically dry.

 

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30 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Good video metherb. We had most of our CG ahead of it. At least in my spot. 

Thanks...I wish the sound came out better but it was pretty neat, especially at the end.

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5 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Yeah, my yard has been bone dry for 2 weeks and I got just about .20" in the stratus when I was hoping for 1-2".   Hardly any thunder or wind either.  I bet tomorrow is basically dry.

 

There’s not much rain left anywhere except maybe S CT coast to CC

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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

There’s not much rain left anywhere except maybe S CT coast to CC

Yeah, at least the garden got moistened.  I won't complain too much because less moisture to evaporate into the air over the weekend torch and I can always get the hoses out for the plants.

Anyway, it beats last summer's mildew fest.

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I took this from the Wegmans parking lot on Mystic Parkway, Medford looking towards Boston at 5:24pm.  Could this be what hit you in Weymouth and Neposet?

storm 1.jpg

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8 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Of course i get hit here again, 1.6"/hr rate

 

More standing water from you to me, ha.  There was a small lake in the lawn next door after the downpour moved out up this way.

Been a wet summer for sure.  Seems like every time it rains it's >0.5". 

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5 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

More standing water from you to me, ha.  There was a small lake in the lawn next door after the downpour moved out up this way.

Been a wet summer for sure.  Seems like every time it rains it's >0.5". 

Yup, Have not missed much rainfall at all so far this season, It was looking like i was actually going to get to mow back there but nope, I wish i jacked like this in the winter for snow...............:(

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