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August 2019 Discussion

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1 hour ago, MJOatleast7 said:

That's two weeks solid last yr that were above 70F

If they are to be believed, it looks like it will be like that from now on:

6 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Nice to get Dewey again today and beyond 

 

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17 hours ago, Typhoon Tip said:

I bet they finish above normal though -

It's tough to get back to back record "months" - if that was seriously floated... I mean that amount a time would probably be 50 years over the GW threshold from now -haha

I'd see getting a July what it was... then, recovering a -1 to -2 august 12 to above normal - should that occur - is another in a myriad of ..well

No argument here, but with enough sites there was bound to be an exception.  Farmington co-op had record mild in both Nov and Dec in 2006.  The latter retained the title for just 9 years, as 12/15 blew away the Dec warmth records just about everywhere in the Northeast.

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 Yes south coast rain fail. Even farther off to the south. At least I’m getting what I expected in my neighborhood. Which was not much. 

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16 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

74/68   Partly cloudy.   Rainshowers missed today by a couple of miles to my south.  Very little upstream.

.13" total rain for August.  Don't see anything coming up in the near future.

Watching it go north of me here. There's still a chance it backbuilds a little more south and I get some rain out of it.

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Nothing more than a few light showers on the golf course in NE CT.  Hard to tell if it was even measurable.  Never wet the pavement under trees.

Doesn’t feel very summery in temps, that’s for sure.  Car says 74F, but it is humid.  

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7 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Nothing more than a few light showers on the golf course in NE CT.  Hard to tell if it was even measurable.  Never wet the pavement under trees.

Doesn’t feel very summery in temps, that’s for sure.  Car says 74F, but it is humid.  

So in summary it doesn’t feel summery?

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49 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

 Yes south coast rain fail. Even farther off to the south. At least I’m getting what I expected in my neighborhood. Which was not much. 

We drought 

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Couldn’t have had a much nicer stay in Cologne and Berlin for the last week. Only a little bit of rain Saturday in Cologne but otherwise beautiful weather, mostly sunny and highs most days in the mid 70’s. Currently 66/55 in Berlin. Heading back to London tomorrow and flying back to BOS on Thursday. 

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7 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

It’s not a dry look to me anyways. Let’s get  Tblizz’s well to run dry. 

At 180 feet deep... I doubt that’s an issue.... but my lawn could use it. Some sprinkles today. Rain fail 

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1 hour ago, powderfreak said:

Nothing more than a few light showers on the golf course in NE CT.  Hard to tell if it was even measurable.  Never wet the pavement under trees.

Doesn’t feel very summery in temps, that’s for sure.  Car says 74F, but it is humid.  

71 here and despite the hype about DP it doesn't feel hot. So today the other 2 HHs in HHH are missing yet the tempestuous twins celebrate lol. The talk about definitions changing....

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21 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Here we come folks !

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Took until mid month, but congrats.

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38 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Bout 81/71 In Nashua . Little breeze 

not bad at all 

Probably because the ASH dew has been running torchy by a few degF. Nice relief coming into NNE now.

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btw...lol at the AWOS siting at ASH. 

Tarmac to the left of me, tarmac to the right

Here I am, stuck in the middle with dews

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Logan a full 2F departure warmer than many sites nearby. LOL. What a joke. 

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