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Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Severe Potential

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25 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Augusta managed to reach low 80s despite very little sun, with Td 68, so maybe there's enough juice to bring something other than the 7-10.  Maybe...

Best shot looks into tonight and tomorrow.

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On going water rescue (s) going on at Newfound Lake. Towns of Bristol and Alexandria.  Thunderstorm that barely missed me hit the lake.  I had frequent wind gusts over a 10 minute period in the mid 30's so it might have caught some off guard.  Grafton County was not in the Severe Thunderstorm Watch and storm was not warned. 

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52 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Up over 1" and still a deluge. 0.44" in 3 mins and b2b 0.17"/min

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Jesus H how is that real lol. Do you have a different rain rate sensor or is that standard?

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12 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Jesus H how is that real lol. Do you have a different rain rate sensor or is that standard?

Probably some erroneous tips being recorded. 

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31 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Jesus H how is that real lol. Do you have a different rain rate sensor or is that standard?

1.31” through the tipper. Just checked the stratus and miraculously measured 1.31” there too. So the half inch in 3-4 mins was real. 

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Just now, Lava Rock said:
15 minutes ago, dryslot said:
Got one coming
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Little thunder, but at least some rn. 0.23" atm

Falling apart but looks like some showers anyways

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16 minutes ago, radarman said:

Probably some erroneous tips being recorded. 

Matched the stratus exactly. If anything, I usually miss a few tips in heavy rates with over 1”, but I’ve been meticulously calibrating that tipper. Maybe I missed a few due to splashout, but gained a few because of the wind and it somehow balanced out? No clue. Close enough though.

I will say, I’ve never seen it rain as hard as it did in those few minutes. Lots of minor tree damage around and a few large branches between here and down toward Winnisquam high school.

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7 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Matched the stratus exactly. If anything, I usually miss a few tips in heavy rates with over 1”, but I’ve been meticulously calibrating that tipper. Maybe I missed a few due to splashout, but gained a few because of the wind and it somehow balanced out? No clue. Close enough though.

I will say, I’ve never seen it rain as hard as it did in those few minutes. Lots of minor tree damage around and a few large branches between here and down toward Winnisquam high school.

.06"   max wind gust 36mph

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