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August 2019 Discussion

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1 hour ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

We pray.  Pool is cold again.   I need a solar cover

Yep down to 72 this morning,  think of it this way when the heat returns, and it will, the pool will feel amazing. I cleaned mine this morning and am still talking soprano

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1 minute ago, Ginx snewx said:

Stable air, luck is not science 

It's not stable air. I missed it by a few miles. Same with Hippy. Much of the shore line to the SW in RI got it too last week. 

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3 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

It's not stable air. I missed it by a few miles. Same with Hippy. Much of the shore line to the SW in RI got it too last week. 

Luck is not science 

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1 minute ago, Ginx snewx said:

Stepped in Doggie Doo again

I hope you have some coupons for the carpet cleaners.

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Strange. Dogs are essential to families and great for kids so they learn how to take care of and treat animals, in general. When my son hugs our dogs and says he loves them, at only 3yrs of age, that’s an vital characteristic he has acquired  at a young age....compassion and co-existent respect. When he’s old enough his chore will be to scoop the poop, then we will see if he still ‘really’ loves them. Until then, I scoop and bag...more sanitary than wiping my own ass imo. 

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Just now, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Strange. Dogs are essential to families and great for kids so they learn how to take care of and treat animals, in general. When my son hugs our dogs and says he loves them, at only 3yrs of age, that’s an vital characteristic he has acquired  at a young age....compassion and co-existent respect. When he’s old enough his chore will be to scoop the poop, then we will see if he still ‘really’ loves them. Until then, I scoop and bag...more sanitary than wiping my own ass imo. 

We have a great system that keeps our yard nice and clean. Having a pet for kids is essential in my opinion. Learning compassion,responsibility and getting unconditional love. Who as a kid hasn't hugged their dog when sad or scared.

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14 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Obsess much? No carpets here all hardwood. Luck is not science. 

Nope...just an overrated QB for the Colts 

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5 minutes ago, PowderBeard said:

Wow, surprised at that. Almost at 4" about 20 miles to your SSE. 

Luck is not science 

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LOL Logan. The warmest spot inside 128 with a NE wind. But we'll just continue to see the stats tweeted out about how warm it's been because that's the sexy thing to do. 

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Appears that 00z Euro run is a bit of a ridgy outlier relative to it's own ensemble/EPS mean...     That was the hottest run of the summer - I don't think the July deal ( first one ...) had that longevity illustrated... 

D4 in this run would flirt or touch 90... and then it's 93-97 supportive through the end of the run and probably extrapoles another day ...but ... That range is also not very dependable .- just commenting on what's painted.    

The problem with other guidance comparisons ( particularly with ridge/'heat domes' ) is that both the GGEM and GFS ... I swear, they must be pre-parameterized NOT to allow them... They figuratively seem to want to use cumulus clouds to completely decay ridges...  and the GFS.  ah man this model simply will not allow polarward migration of the westerlies, period. ... Not sure why that is... or if it will be that way in the winter ( I'm guessin' it reverses ... because the model just has a progressive bias so winter troughs will be pancaked while summer ridges smear ... spit ballin' but it hates curved surfaces .. It also still looks f-up in the mixing rations in the lower troposphere too  ) 

In any case... still looks like some sort of heat wave out there...  

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heh...Looking at the GEFs mean .. the front side of the mid range, you can see it trying for the sloshing mass field with rising height here/OV/MA regions ... but it's not quite as prophetic with it as the Euro op...or the EPS mean...  but again, I think that's endemic to GEF/GFS heredity/bias envelope...   

I think that's enough to be confident that next week will go some distance to adjust August month means to put it nicely...  Probably absurd overnight lows is concomitant more so these days (and decades going forward more so than we may as yet to be "forcibly" realized...)  will return...  94/75's or something

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I'm going to be in Naples Saturday, Going to Sebago with Ed & Becky.
Nice. We'll be there in the afternoon. Shoot me a msg when you're heading back. Maybe we can meet at Capt jax for a drink

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44 minutes ago, PowderBeard said:

Wow, surprised at that. Almost at 4" about 20 miles to your SSE. 

 Franklin county has had a shield over it all summer. 

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14 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

I agree surprised someone with a BS even mentions luck when discussing weather.

Yeah convection definitely follows all the rules. Garden variety storms down south...all science. We know exactly when and how they will strike. 

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