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August 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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2 minutes ago, Snowlover11 said:

looks like a developing wall

Steve D tweeted there was rotation when it was nearing the Queens and Nassau border.  You could see the cell was trying to split for a time too where the southern half was trying to break off  

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Monsoonal downpour in Syosset. .52” already in 5 minutes and still coming down. Gutters being overrun on house. 

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Rain was crazy..my shower cant put out that much water that fast gutter was clogged and got soaked in 30 sec

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8 minutes ago, psv88 said:

Not sure why this isn’t warned. Looks nasty 

 

Winds were underdone on radsr down here.  Insane sandstorm followed by heavy rain blowing sideways.  I could barely open my car door. 

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1 minute ago, psv88 said:

Yea these are 70 mph winds and storm isn’t warned???? Is Upton asleep???

 

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Warned now. Lol

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1 minute ago, Rjay said:

Winds were underdone on radsr down here.  Insane sandstorm followed by heavy rain blowing sideways.  I could barely open my car door. 

Finally warned it again. Jesus took long enough

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3 hours ago, nzucker said:

I've had almost no rain in the Bronx this August. My neighbor's squash looks crisped.

To even get marginal success in the garden this year has meant an awful lot of time spent. Even with the attention the yields have been anything but good.

2 hours ago, LibertyBell said:

I'd rather have more heat and less humidity :(  The water here on Long Island is awful, we're seeing a lot of health problems from the rise in infections due to bacteria in the water.  We also have new species of ticks that have come here and carry infections.

What puzzles me is that although the humidity has been really high here, the summer has still been rather dry in SW Nassau.  Things are starting to turn yellow.  Why isn't all that humidity precipitating?

 

I saw you mentioned the guy in CT in another post. Putnam County where I live has had the cyano issue for a while now and a few other wonderful things too. In 2018 we had 46% of all lake beach closures in NY State. This year has been a little bit better but not much. One of the big reservoirs has turned this putrid color over the last year or so, stayed that way even through the winter. I don't trust any open fresh water around here anymore.

 

Yay it's raining! I'm up to .1" :rolleyes: The heavy stuff slid just south of me, missed by maybe 2 miles. 

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1 minute ago, psv88 said:

Impressive rains 

Told ya they were monsoonal. Pretty heavy stuff for the short duration.  

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My PWS is reporting some serious gusts, consistently, it NEVER does that. I’m expecting carnage.

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