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August 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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100 degree heat index now in Stony Brook.

Stony Brook      N/A     88  77  70 SE3         N/A  HX 100

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26 minutes ago, bluewave said:

100 degree heat index now in Stony Brook.

Stony Brook      N/A     88  77  70 SE3         N/A  HX 100

88/77 here as well. Great to see the verification 

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89 here as well, this makes #8.

12 days at/above 90. That number feels low given the plethora of 88/89 degree days as well as the heat index which passes 90 quite regularly.

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58 minutes ago, doncat said:

Still no 90 degree reading here this month as today topped off at 89...Still a se component to the wind, tomorrow should be more sw.

Caldwell away from the onshore flow almost made it to 95 degrees today.

Caldwell       FAIR      94  70  45 VRB6      29.96F HX 100

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Man....I was walking outside and a bolt struck no more then 4 blocks in front of me. Talk about needing a change of pants:lightning:

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14 minutes ago, Will - Rutgers said:

That line looks insane.

Very dark here and getting windy.  Looks strong but I guess we'll find out soon.

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These ultra-high PWAT, marginal-instability storm setups are starting to become repetitive. Third day in a row with torrential rain but otherwise mild storms. I'm already over 1" from tonight's line of convection, building on the ~1.5" I received yesterday.

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I haven’t heard thunder in what feels like a month. It’s only rained (>0.01”) on 9 calendar days so far in July-August.

Long Island is basically Aruba, with slightly cooler nights sometimes.

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8/18

TEB: 97
New Bnswk: 92
LGA: 91
PHL: 91
NYC: 90
ACY: 90
EWR: 90
BLM: 89
TTN: 89
JFK: 87
ISP: 87

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20 minutes ago, Juliancolton said:

These ultra-high PWAT, marginal-instability storm setups are starting to become repetitive. Third day in a row with torrential rain but otherwise mild storms. I'm already over 1" from tonight's line of convection, building on the ~1.5" I received yesterday.

And I got  barely Anything here.  Looked good on radar

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