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August 2019 Discussion

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I only got a migraine once and it was while flying over the Rockies into Denver in the winter. The light reflecting off the mtns from the sun did it for me. Got off the plane and felt nauseous. My wife and I went to breakfast. I couldn't eat. Went back to her house, put cold towel on my forehead and took a long nap in the bedroom with as dark as I could get it. I feel bad for people that have to deal with them on a regular basis.

Anyway, looks like rn is done. 0.28" for the day.

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GFS continues to be the cool outlier on Sunday night.  A decent wedge scenario.

Pretty cool mesoscale on this prog as the low level flow out of the NE is actually keeping SE Mass warmer because of SST of the nearby open water.  You have to go a bit further inland to get the NE air mass drain from Maine into C/SNE.

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26 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

GFS continues to be the cool outlier on Sunday night.  A decent wedge scenario.

Pretty cool mesoscale on this prog as the low level flow out of the NE is actually keeping SE Mass warmer because of SST of the nearby open water.  You have to go a bit further inland to get the NE air mass drain from Maine into C/SNE.

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Those are some pretty low dews that advect in during the Sunday evening period.

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Neverending dews continue

08/01 79.9  56.8 0.00   17  0.0  0
08/02 81.2  52.0 0.00    8  0.0  0
08/03 82.4  55.0 0.01   13  0.0  0
08/04 79.4  55.7 0.00   17  0.0  0
08/05 78.3  49.6 0.00   10  0.0  0
08/06 82.0  51.2 0.00   14  0.0  0
08/07 82.1  63.8 1.40   32  0.0  0
08/08 81.4  64.4 0.01   12  0.0  0
08/09 79.2  55.1 0.05   15  0.0  0
08/10 70.9  52.7 0.01   17  0.0  0
08/11 74.8  51.1 0.00   17  0.0  0
08/12 80.4  52.6 0.00   15  0.0  0
08/13 80.8  62.6 0.03   13  0.0  0
08/14 77.9  59.1 0.00    8  0.0  0
08/15 77.6  56.4 0.00   12  0.0  0
08/16 78.7  62.5 0.07   10  0.0  0
08/17 77.0  64.0 0.96   10  0.0  0
08/18 82.4  64.0 0.43    8  0.0  0
08/19 85.0  65.7    T   15  0.0  0
08/20 82.1  59.0 0.00    9  0.0  0
08/21 68.2  56.8 0.53   13  0.0  0

 

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22 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Those are some pretty low dews that advect in during the Sunday evening period.

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Let's get a 49 at ORH with mist. 

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Ryan’s got a beaut. 75-80 all weekend into early next week and you can see the dews and warmth coming back late next week and beyond. No 40’s, no furnaces turning on, no rainy misty weekend .. just a few days of normal despite some silly gfs posts 

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6 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Ryan’s got a beaut. 75-80 all weekend into early next week and you can see the dews and warmth coming back late next week and beyond. No 40’s, no furnaces turning on, no rainy misty weekend .. just a few days of normal despite some silly gfs posts 

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I'm looking forward to the return to cool days.  August has been wonderful.  No HHH.  A couple days with one or two H's.  If that's the most August can offer, I'll take it.

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23 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Ryan’s got a beaut. 75-80 all weekend into early next week and you can see the dews and warmth coming back late next week and beyond. No 40’s, no furnaces turning on, no rainy misty weekend .. just a few days of normal despite some silly gfs posts 

 

:lol:

I like how you ignore that it's mostly 70s/50s in that forecast and focus on the minority of the days with "dews".  It's been like that all summer.  Sure, higher Dp's will be back for a few days but it's not "and beyond". 

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1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Ryan’s got a beaut. 75-80 all weekend into early next week and you can see the dews and warmth coming back late next week and beyond. No 40’s, no furnaces turning on, no rainy misty weekend .. just a few days of normal despite some silly gfs posts

Keep fighting the good fight. Clinging onto whatever you can. I've been saying that Sun-Mon look is a bit overdone, but not by much...maybe 5F? 70s during the day and low/mid 50s at night for days. Maybe 945' won't even reach 70F on Sunday or even Monday? Enjoy the chamber.

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50 minutes ago, MetHerb said:

:lol:

I like how you ignore that it's mostly 70s/50s in that forecast and focus on the minority of the days with "dews".  It's been like that all summer.  Sure, higher Dp's will be back for a few days but it's not "and beyond". 

It's tough when you live in New England, but wish your climo was Marco Island in the summer. Last August was like a mini Marco...this year it was typical New England dews.

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9 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Keep fighting the good fight. Clinging onto whatever you can. I've been saying that Sun-Mon look is a bit overdone, but not by much...maybe 5F? 70s during the day and low/mid 50s at night for days. Maybe 945' won't even reach 70F on Sunday or even Monday? Enjoy the chamber.

75-80 both weekend days even in the hills. Outdoor soccer tourney. Looking forward to it. No rain and cold like folks were mentioning 

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What's the website where you can generate the maps I see posted here showing regional temp and precip departures for an (adjustable) timeframe?

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8 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

75-80 both weekend days even in the hills. Outdoor soccer tourney. Looking forward to it. No rain and cold like folks were mentioning 

Perfect weekend for the kids to crush futbol while you sit in the dad chair cheering them on. Good luck. 

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6 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

75-80 both weekend days even in the hills. Outdoor soccer tourney. Looking forward to it. No rain and cold like folks were mentioning 

But yet in your mind you are disappointed the kids don't have to suffer playing the tournament in a blazing sun 90/72 environment. 

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15 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

I’m pissed that my pool will be cold again.  But happy that my classroom might be livable next week.  

The struggle is real

Can’t install in the classrom?

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7 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

75-80 both weekend days even in the hills. Outdoor soccer tourney. Looking forward to it. No rain and cold like folks were mentioning 

Good luck with upper 70s in the hills Sunday with onshore flow. Anyway, Euro stalls that front late next week so maybe we can moisten it up a bit and get some more rain/storms in here. Looks like the EPS slows it down too, but some members are more aggressive with getting the front through.

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3 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Good luck with upper 70s in the hills Sunday with onshore flow. Anyway, Euro stalls that front late next week so maybe we can moisten it up a bit and get some more rain/storms in here. Looks like the EPS slows it down too, but some members are more aggressive with getting the front through.

I watch Ryans station pretty much every day, their 8 to 10 day changes daily.

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5 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Good luck with upper 70s in the hills Sunday with onshore flow. Anyway, Euro stalls that front late next week so maybe we can moisten it up a bit and get some more rain/storms in here. Looks like the EPS slows it down too, but some members are more aggressive with getting the front through.

Gibbs was saying yesterday he thinks the front never clears the NE and we just wet and humid all LD weekend, then Bermuda ridge backs up west and we furnace dews for awhile .

which is why I mentioned a few days ago how if you just changed a few things on Wills yore map he posted, you could see how things could change 

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1 minute ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Coaching 

Awesome man, I loved coaching my kids, youngest played soccer until high school.  His u 14 team won the New England regionals. He decided he wanted to compete in skateboarding and surfing after that.  

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10 minutes ago, tunafish said:

Exactly what I was looking for, thanks.

 

Dendrite - I'm interested in those graphs/data as well, so thank you.  very resourceful site.

If you think about it the last 60 day departures in precip should translate to winter, lol lets neggie nao all winter long

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13 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Gibbs was saying yesterday he thinks the front never clears the NE and we just wet and humid all LD weekend, then Bermuda ridge backs up west and we furnace dews for awhile .

which is why I mentioned a few days ago how if you just changed a few things on Wills yore map he posted, you could see how things could change 

I hope he is wrong

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