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August 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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30 minutes ago, Chinook said:

Multi-radar precipitation estimate (up to 23:00z) shows several areas of 2-2.5" from Newark to Philadelphia, with areas of 3.5"

 

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looks right to me here in se staten island...2.41" so far...

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17 minutes ago, Cfa said:

Hearing flights to JFK overhead, which isn’t normal. One flight to LGA was diverted to ISP.

That was the Frontier flight from DEN I was watching on Flightradar24 as it was diverting. Was wondering why it was diverting being all other LGA bound flights are landing with no problem. Surely the good people at NY Center could of squeezed that one in too

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9 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

No, in Huntington. We had a heavy burst of rain for a few minutes but looked to be dying off as it went east. The LB area does look like it has a good soaking ongoing, maybe 1.5" so far. 

Probably about 0.3 here so far. Lots of CTC with rolling thunder and on and off downpours. Very run of the mill

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5 hour delays to all airports

This is the worst kind of day to fly into NY

It isnt one line of wx...but multiple areas in different locations spanning several hours.

They can never catch up with the backlog

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2 hours ago, BombsAway1288 said:

That was the Frontier flight from DEN I was watching on Flightradar24 as it was diverting. Was wondering why it was diverting being all other LGA bound flights are landing with no problem. Surely the good people at NY Center could of squeezed that one in too

I know Frontier has flights in/out of ISP now, but I doubt that’s the reason. Very weird.

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0.60” here, very much needed.

We’d probably need another 13-inch deluge or a slow moving tropical cyclone to catch up with the western half of the metro.

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Next 8 days averaging 75degs., or just NORMAL.

Probably will be just AN for August by mid-month.   Temps. may drift higher after the 17th, or maybe they won't.    CFSv2 actually says August will be BN, while Japaneese model only sees AN or Normal throughout the NH for the next 3 months.

 

69.0* here, at 6am.   70.7* by 8am.  76.8* by Noon.

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8 hours ago, doncat said:

82/66 temp split for Wed along with 2.33" of rain.

Ended up with 2.65" here for the event. Impressive. Now at about 19" of precipitation for summer (JJA) 2019 thus far. 

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GFS has a storm on Wednesday with more rain for everyone and follows it up with a long stretch of really nice weather. Dews in the 40s and 50s.

 

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19 minutes ago, Snow88 said:

Noaa increased the tropical outlook.

El nino is dead

 

good luck with that.  The MDR is dead and there's all kinds of dust coming off the African continent...we'd be lucky to have an average season.

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6 hours ago, bluewave said:

Yesterday was the 18th day this year with a 75 degree or higher dewpoint at JFK. First time ever with 4 consecutive years of 17 or more days. JFK also set a new daily rainfall record for 8-7 of an 1 inch.

https://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/plotting/auto/?_wait=no&q=161&network=NY_ASOS&zstation=JFK&var=max_dwpf&dir=aoa&thres=75&month=all&year=2019&dpi=100&_fmt=js

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Wow look at last year what an absolutely incredible weather anomaly for the dew point I knew it felt sweaty bad but had no idea it was that extreme.

 

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