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August 2019 Discussion

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4 minutes ago, Hoth said:

You know daddy long legs can't even bite you right? They do have one of the more potent toxins in the animal kingdom apparently, but their mandible can't break human skin.

But if one crawls up Wiz’s hiney it could be trouble.....big trouble.

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4 minutes ago, Hoth said:

You know daddy long legs can't even bite you right? They do have one of the more potent toxins in the animal kingdom apparently, but their mandible can't break human skin.

I dunno.  Wiz's skin seems to be pretty thin.

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13 minutes ago, Hoth said:

You know daddy long legs can't even bite you right? They do have one of the more potent toxins in the animal kingdom apparently, but their mandible can't break human skin.

Thankfully they can't. 

They just freak me out. I have really bad arachnophobia (although it's gotten a bit better over the years) but it's pretty bad and I'll get panic attacks. When I was working outside the other day there was a giant spider crawling up the side of the house I was power washing. Later on I was doing something and I sort of felt something fall on me and I look over my left shoulder and there was a spider on my shirt...no clue what kind it was but I freaked out and took my shirt off and ran around.

IDK what it is but I'll legit start shaking if either a spider is on me or I think about one crawling on me.  

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9 minutes ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

fog & mist since about 1am.

Damn, 57 here for the low. We crow, looks like yet another top ten'r, i can see for miles and miles and miles, oh yea

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1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:

EPS much less enthusiastic with any fronts next week. AN pattern with dews each day seems firmly entrenched for quite some time as we head towards fall

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47 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Damn, 57 here for the low. We crow, looks like yet another top ten'r, i can see for miles and miles and miles, oh yea

7:10 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 5.8 E 29.96   30.01 Mist 3.00 200           OK
7:08 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 4.6 E 29.96   30.01 Mist 2.00 200           OK
7:05 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 4.6 ENE 29.96   30.01 Mist 1.25 200           OK
7:00 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.95   30.00 Mist 1.00 200           OK
6:55 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 3.5 NNE 29.95   30.00 Mist 1.00 200           OK
6:52 64.9 62.1 63.1 90 0.0 N 29.95 30.00 30.00 Mist 1.00 200           OK
6:50 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.95   30.00 Mist 1.00 200           OK
6:45 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.95   30.00 Mist 1.25 200           OK
6:42 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.95   30.00 Mist 1.25 300           OK
6:40 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.95   30.00 Mist 1.50 300           OK
6:35 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.95   30.00 Mist 2.00 300           OK
6:30 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Mist 2.50 300           OK
6:25 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 3.5 NE 29.94   29.99 Mist 4.00 500           OK
6:20 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Mist 6.00 500           OK
6:15 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Mist 6.00 500           OK
6:10 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 3.5 NE 29.94   29.99 Overcast 7.00 500           OK
6:05 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 3.5 NE 29.94   29.99 Mist 6.00 500           OK
5:59 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Mist 6.00 500           OK
5:55 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Overcast 7.00 500           OK
5:52 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.94 29.98 29.99 Overcast 7.00 300           OK
5:50 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Overcast 7.00 300           OK
5:40 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Overcast 7.00 300           OK
5:35 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.94   29.99 Mist 6.00 200           OK
5:27 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 5.00 200           OK
5:25 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 4.00 200           OK
5:20 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 2.50 200           OK
5:17 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 2.00 200           OK
5:15 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.75 200           OK
5:10 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.25 200           OK
5:05 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 3.5 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.00 200           OK
5:00 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.00 300           OK
4:52 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.93 29.98 29.98 Mist 1.25 200           OK
4:50 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.25 200           OK
4:45 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.25 200           OK
4:43 64.0 62.1 62.8 93 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.50 200           OK
4:40 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 1.25 200           OK
4:35 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 0.75 200           OK
4:30 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 0.75 200           OK
4:25 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.93   29.98 Mist 0.75 200           OK
4:20 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Mist 0.75 200           OK
4:15 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Mist 0.75 200           OK
4:10 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
4:00 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:55 64.4 60.8 62.1 88 3.5 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:52 64.0 61.0 62.1 90 4.6 N 29.92 29.96 29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:50 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:45 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:40 64.4 60.8 62.1 88 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:35 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 3.5 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:25 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:20 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Fog 0.50 200           OK
3:15 64.4 62.6 63.3 94 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Mist 0.75 200           OK
3:10 64.0 61.0 62.1 90 0.0 N 29.92   29.97 Mist 0.75 200           OK
3:05 64.4 60.8 62.1 88 0.0 N 29.91   29.96 Mist 1.50 200           OK
3:04 64.0 61.0 62.1 90 0.0 N 29.91   29.96 Mist 1.75 200           OK
3:00 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.91   29.96 Mist 3.00 200           OK
2:56 63.0 60.1 61.2 90 0.0 N 29.91   29.96 Mist 3.00 200           OK
2:55 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.91   29.96 Mist 2.50 200           OK
2:52 62.1 60.1 60.9 93 0.0 N 29.91 29.96 29.96 Mist 1.75 400           OK
2:45 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.91   29.96 Mist 0.75 400           OK
2:40 62.6 59.0 60.4 88 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 0.75 400           OK
2:35 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Fog 0.50 400           OK
2:33 62.1 60.1 60.9 93 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Fog 0.50 500           OK
2:25 62.6 59.0 60.4 88 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 1.00             OK
2:18 62.1 60.1 60.9 93 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 1.25             OK
2:15 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 1.25             OK
2:10 62.1 60.1 60.9 93 0.0 N 29.89   29.94 Mist 1.75             OK
2:05 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.89   29.94 Mist 2.50             OK
2:00 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 2.50             OK
1:55 62.6 60.8 61.5 94 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 3.00             OK
1:52 64.0 61.0 62.1 90 0.0 N 29.90 29.94 29.95 Mist 4.00     68.0 64.0     OK
1:45 64.4 60.8 62.1 88 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 4.00             OK
1:40 64.4 60.8 62.1 88 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 4.00 8500           OK
1:35 64.4 60.8 62.1 88 0.0 N 29.90   29.95 Mist 6.00 8500

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2 hours ago, Bostonseminole said:

Enjoy HHH next week, PEI next 10 days.. mid 70s there. Hopefully back to weather like today and tomorrow here whe I return. On the 25th.

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Nice area, Enjoy!

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46 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Glad we live here. Nice and cool. 

Charts it all you want, we torch for solid 3 days next week before a mild down.

We were promised HHH 8/15 and beyond.  What is this "mild down" that you speak of?  Shouldn't it be a solid torch from now on?

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57 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

SLK with a crisp 37F this morning.  

 

A full 20° warmer here this morning.  Still better than a low of 70° which I've only done once this summer.  Normally I have 3 of those but there's still time left in the period to do that.

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33 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

He always adds a K to coc, must be starving for the real deal.

The ‘r’ must be missing. As always ....

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7 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Congrats NNE. Rain to snow on the CFS. Flakes for Tolland a week into September? Looks legit.

A 612hr map - what could go wrong?  Lock it in!

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Has the Canadian even had a 38 redux yet? When you can't get that model into fantasy cane mode, you know it's been a dud so far.

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