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Big New England heat 7/19-21

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Just now, dryslot said:

Got married, And now you get sensative..........lol

I just put the ACs on. It'll take a little time to bring down the indoor HIX. :frostymelt:

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4 minutes ago, dendrite said:

86/73 on my Davis....and that's with taking the low dew reading over the last 15 mins.

Chickens crying for their papi?

my Milf’s are sweating as well 

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Just now, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Chickens crying for their papi?

They seem okay right now. It's usually that 2-4pm period before the western shade creeps in when the panting starts. Tomorrow we worry.

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Just now, dendrite said:

They seem okay right now. It's usually that 2-4pm period before the western shade creeps in when the panting starts. Tomorrow we worry.

No a/c in the coop? They're going to be stressing.

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4 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I just put the ACs on. It'll take a little time to bring down the indoor HIX. :frostymelt:

Ryan made fun of me for cranking the AC last night , no catchup needed.  House is 68 and dry 

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4 minutes ago, dendrite said:

They seem okay right now. It's usually that 2-4pm period before the western shade creeps in when the panting starts. Tomorrow we worry.

Set up a mister from the Sprinkler 

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86.5/78 on the Davis...not sure why the dewpoint tends to run high, the unit is less than 2 years old. I have a ton of greenery around, but it sits about 15 ft above the ground and tends to get a good breeze.

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

80 dews are going to be very common this weekend 

If you are near NYC and the sound. I want to see inland ASOS data show that before I salute you 

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7 minutes ago, dryslot said:

No a/c in the coop? They're going to be stressing.

They have one. But they'd prefer to be outside.I'd have no birds left without the AC as they'd all die of heat stroke while trying to lay.

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3 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

If you are near NYC and the sound. I want to see inland ASOS data show that before I salute you 

Someone inland will probably do it...especially Sat eve or Sun AM. A few sites did it last year.

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6 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

If you are near NYC and the sound. I want to see inland ASOS data show that before I salute you 

Look out in Midwest/ S Minn etc. That’s our air tomorrow. They said last time they had 80 dews was 2011. They coming 

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1 minute ago, dendrite said:

Someone inland will probably do it...especially Sat eve or Sun AM. A few sites did it last year.

The radiators might come close in the evening... if we get a pop up shower or storm off the mountains this evening I bet MVL could do it.  That initial sun down decouple can raise the dews a quick 5-7F.

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24 minutes ago, weathafella said:

Flags flying offshore in JP while Logan flirts with feeble sea breeze.  Usually when I see this Logan rockets before day is done. 81 there now 

Bet Logan hits 90 by 8pm

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7 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Its alive!

Legro was determined not to have to estimate another possible CON record. He finally 1-dayed that shit.

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1 hour ago, weathafella said:

MAV now 101 BOS Sunday 

mm it actually had that two days ago when it was in the MEX block but yeah.. but we're now-casting... (Today's going to bust too low in the NAM MOS, btw )

To Brian's point ... the heat side of this whole facet is clad and immovable at this point, ...the modulator in exactly where the numbers land is going to come down to tedious theta-e distributions in the column.  

Not sure that can be squared away prognostically.   I mean, you get 71 DP down blip and the temp pops 102 ... IF it blips the other way to 77 .. you're hung up at 94...96 or something but ... it doesn't matter. Both scenarios probably have the exact same therms ...and would feel about the same/risks...

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1 minute ago, Typhoon Tip said:

mm it actually had that two days ago when it was in the MEX block but yeah.. but we're now-casting... (Today's going to bust too low in the NAM MOS, btw )

To Brian's point ... the heat side of this whole facet is clad and immovable at this point, ...the modulator in exactly where the numbers land is going to come down to tedious theta-e distributions in the column.  

Not sure that can be squared away prognostically.   I mean, you get 71 DP down blip and the temp pops 102 ... IF it blips the other way to 77 .. you're hung up at 94...96 or something but ... it doesn't matter. Both scenarios probably have the exact same therms ...and would feel about the same/risks...

Nam has been crap most of summer with regard to Underforecasting Highs.

 

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