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August 2019 Discussion

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12 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Quoted for posterity . Will revisit next week 

You’ll still have your dewey days but they are out numbered by the coc monster. Times are changing, we move with them. Join us.

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2 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

You’ll still have your dewey days but they are out numbered by the coc monster. Times are changing, we move with them. Join us.

Pickles and friends thinking 50’s and wedged in Aug lol. We sell 

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That’s the same look where Kevin in 4 months will claim models are too warm and snow pack looks to be preserved.

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1 minute ago, CoastalWx said:

That’s the same look where Kevin in 4 months will claim models are too warm and snow pack looks to be preserved.

And there is no gradual transition either, It happens like turning on/off a light switch.

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6 minutes ago, dryslot said:

And there is no gradual transition either, It happens like turning on/off a light switch.

Some years there is a metamorphosis phase where he doesn't post and then suddenly emerges from his cocoon. 

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3 hours ago, powderfreak said:

Interesting it’s like that in SNE but not NNE.  

We've done 11 of 19 days this month with below the 30-year normal minimums at MVL.

But warm mins seem to be almost more prevalent in the winter.  No one bottoms out like they used to at least on the regular.

You've been above the theta-e axis in the means...  that would be my guess...  I dunno - 

the NP-Lakes-NE regions have been almost collocated with the summer polar jet the whole f'n way ... Can't seem to flop convincingly on one side or the other.... It's been a -AO summer - so says the numbers.   But, I almost wonder if the polar jet stayed active at a lower latitude mainly because S of ~ 40 N there' has been a subtle positive height anomaly everywhere...  Meanwhile, more average heights abound the 50th - that would enhance the westerlies in between ... and the AO may be more like "defaulted" S in such a situation. 

Either way... the jet nearby has entrained drier air into the N Lakes to NNE but probably not this far S.  Your region may be just far enough polar ward of the core that the deeper theta-e is ablated from getting that far N ...where's as ...we're getting closer to the source ...but no so much so that we are convincingly hot - at least not by day... 

It's been weird.  A top 10 hot summer with only 12 90 F days - ... that's a lot of 88.4's  ... but really, it seems this has been a nocturnal summer.  Last night night was surreal down our way... it was just at sun set... The sky rendered to that misty gray-blue of dusk, and the air was utterly still...  It was 80 F ...  What was so odd is everything about that setting screamed 62 and hemorrhaging heat to space...   80 F   That warm sultry stillness under such open sky - 

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10 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Gibbs AN late Aug- Sept

It likely will be. It just doesn’t seem super torchy. But next week is certainly not that warm.

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6 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

It likely will be. It just doesn’t seem super torchy. But next week is certainly not that warm.

Not massive heat but those thinking 50’s and 60’s all next week and BN rest of month gonna be in for rude awakenings 

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11 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Not massive heat but those thinking 50’s and 60’s all next week and BN rest of month gonna be in for rude awakenings 

Who said that?

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Nice trough MW there . Sw flow EC

Yeah, that high pressure over Lake Ontario screams southwest flow.

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8 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Nice trough MW there . Sw flow EC

Basic Intro to MET 101... high pressure system, aka anticyclone.

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6 minutes ago, ORH_wxman said:

Yeah, that high pressure over Lake Ontario screams southwest flow.

lol that was painful analysis to read.  That anticyclonic surface flow should really bring in the dews there.

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