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August 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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57 minutes ago, NYCweatherNOW said:

Those thunderstorms are racing towards the city.

 

I don't think they'll make it but you never know. Hrrr says no, 18z 3k NAM thinks so. 

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Next 8 days averaging 78degs., or 4.5degs. AN.

Month to date is  +0.4[76.3].       Should be +1.7[76.9] by the 26th.

76.2* here at 6am, Fog <0.1mile.   77.5* at 7am, Fog lifting?      77.0* at 8am, Fog back <0.1mile.     78.0* at 9am, most Fog is gone. 79.7* at 10am with visibility nearing 10 miles.

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0.59” overnight. Didn’t expect anything at all.

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Heat indices will quickly rise as we get more sun with dewpoints 75+.

 

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Anyone think we still get a heat wave in the city the next few days? Very humid and disgusting out today 80 degrees with 82% humidity feels like 87, just nasty 

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47 minutes ago, NYCweatherNOW said:

Anyone think we still get a heat wave in the city the next few days? Very humid and disgusting out today 80 degrees with 82% humidity feels like 87, just nasty 

No way central park. Maybe lga and ewr for sure

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2 hours ago, Cfa said:

0.59” overnight. Didn’t expect anything at all.

Had some rain as well, but not that much. Thinking 0.25 or so. Davis rain gauge is broken so I have no idea. Some decent thunder too

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I can’t wait until this stagnant airmass gets outta here and we get a nice stretch of upper 70’s with low humidity. I’m thinking the August 28th-September 7th timeframe

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12 minutes ago, NYCweatherNOW said:

I can’t wait until this stagnant airmass gets outta here and we get a nice stretch of upper 70’s with low humidity. I’m thinking the August 28th-September 7th timeframe

Time to cancel summer shortly.

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11Am Roundup:

TEB: 86
ACY: 86
New Bnswk: 86
PHL: 85
NYC: 84
TTN: 84
BLM: 83
LGA: 83
EWR: 83
JFK: 82
ISP: 81

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Plenty of clouds still around from system in the southern coast

 

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84/78/95....DP managed to touch 80, albeit briefly.

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5 minutes ago, psv88 said:

84/77 at ISP and JFK now, that is nasty. I was pouring in sweat after mowing the lawn

Heaviest rainfall just missed to my east last night. But still picked up .5 to .75.

8/18/2019   8:00 AM   NY-SF-129   Brightwaters 0.5 NNE    1.27      0.0   |   0.00       0.0   |  0.00    NY Suffolk

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Noon Roundup; dews on the rise

ACY: 89/76
TEB: 88/74
New Bnswk: 88/75
PHL: 87/75
EWR: 86/74
NYC: 85/75
TTN: 85/76
BLM: 85/76
LGA: 85/73
ISP: 84/77
JFK: 84/77

 

 

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1 hour ago, bluewave said:

Very impressive to see this with a non-tropical cyclone event. 

https://mobile.twitter.com/SteveBowenWx/status/1162901150695383041

This has gone a bit under the radar, but parts of Florida's Big Bend has seen estimated rain totals of 25+ inches since August 15. Remarkable for a non-tropical cyclone event! #FLwx
 
 
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Was down in the Tampa area for the past few weeks. It was very interesting to see and not typical of Florida. Usually the storms fire up and are gone within the hour. This trip, if you woke up and it was pouring, then it would likely pour for the majority of the day. However, if you drove an hour north or south you could get out of it. The locals were all saying it has been an incredibly wet summer, even more so than usual. We received several flood warnings while we were down there.

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15 minutes ago, doncat said:

88/77 currently ….Hit 89 earlier.

 

89.8F/77F, HI 102F here now. So up to 12 90F days on the season. Very hot/humid day.

 

 

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