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October 2019 Weather Discussion

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We uninstall and light pilots. Was  a fantastic summer started Memorial day weekend until today. Warm COC June, Hot July with only a couple of HHH days, warm COC Aug and a normal Sept with nice warm days and lots of ocean swells. Over 20 beach days. Fantastic 

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47 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

Isle of cool tomorrow-Sat in a sea of warmth-no end in sight.    70/69 here this AM-feels like a July morning.

Really just Monday and then it looks like just intermittent AN days in a slightly BN regime for most of NE.

Looks like later in October the entire conus warms a bit.  

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4 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Really just Monday and then it looks like just intermittent AN days in a slightly BN regime for most of NE.

Looks like later in October the entire conus warms a bit.  

we'll see-alot of these cool shots seem to moderate as we get closer in time.   Also, the further S and W one is, the bigger the +++ departures.... Sept finished +.2.5 here while further north was much closer to N.  (except BOS which has been discussed)

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52 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:

0.65" yesterday. We take.

Had 0.81" last evening, most 8-midnight, with a single loud clap of thunder about 8:15 and no further rumbles except for rain-on-roof.  Odd, and we had another one-shot TS in early August.

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20 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Been comfortably uninstalled for awhile up here. 

Haven't had AC on all last month. Just kept them on standby in case DIT and Dews were right 

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54 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

We uninstall and light pilots. Was  a fantastic summer started Memorial day weekend until today. Warm COC June, Hot July with only a couple of HHH days, warm COC Aug and a normal Sept with nice warm days and lots of ocean swells. Over 20 beach days. Fantastic 

So much better than last summer. 

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1 hour ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

Damn.  I've had ~3.50" that last 2 months combined.

Looks like 2.11” at the MVL ASOS for the 24 hour total.  

That’ll pad our October rainfall nicely, ha.

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19 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Haven't had AC on all last month. Just kept them on standby in case DIT and Dews were right 

Same. And not a chance.

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34 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Haven't had AC on all last month. Just kept them on standby in case DIT and Dews were right 

my forecast #'s were fine, your expectations drive your disappointments

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Pilot reported issues gaining speed/altitude on take off. Crashed into building/hanger/structure at the airport. Multiple injuries reported. Rescue operations underway. Fire has extended to the structure it hit.

 

EDIT: Conflicting reports.... FAA said it was landing. So not sure.

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16 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Hope everyone is OK.

Smoke at the ASOS?

METAR KBDL 021358Z 00000KT 10SM FEW001 SCT110 BKN180 23/20 A2981

 

But no ACFT MSHP in the remarks.

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Just now, snowman21 said:

But no ACFT MSHP in the remarks.

I feel like I haven't seen that in years...even at augmented sites where a crash occurred. Some of the international ones have had it.

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5 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I feel like I haven't seen that in years...even at augmented sites where a crash occurred. Some of the international ones have had it.

Also odd that they'd have few clouds at 100 ft from smoke, but 10 mile visibility? Unless the obs were edited or the visibility and ceiling are measured in different parts of the airfield.

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4 minutes ago, snowman21 said:

Also odd that they'd have few clouds at 100 ft from smoke, but 10 mile visibility? Unless the obs were edited or the visibility and ceiling are measured in different parts of the airfield.

Couldn't the ceilometer detect the fractional smoke layer a bit away from the station while the forward scattering vis sensor sees nothing between the beam emitter and the receiver?

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