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Low Topped Convective Potential Thursday, October 31, 2019 - Friday, November 1, 2019

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This thread is pretty funny. You'd think think this is the biggest wind event of this century skimming through the posts. I'm expecting 45-50 gust here and short lived. We will survive.

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  SUMMARY...Low-topped convection including a few thunderstorms will
   continue to intensify and rapidly accelerate northeastward across
   the region this evening. Damaging winds will be the primary risk,
   with a brief tornado or two possible as well.

   The severe thunderstorm watch area is approximately along and 80
   statute miles east and west of a line from 50 miles west southwest
   of Monticello NY to 30 miles northwest of Glens Falls NY. For a
   complete depiction of the watch see the associated watch outline
   update (WOUS64 KWNS WOU0).

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Winds roaring overhead - tops of trees. Very breezy at ground level, but I can hear that there is much more above in the trees. Northern Lincoln RI (close to N Smithfield, Cumberland & Woonsocket).

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6 minutes ago, ineedsnow said:

Alarm set for 1230 hope it's worth it

Just stay in bed and get your rest...nothing special that you cant see from the next sou’wester in 10 days or so.

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Just now, WinterWolf said:

Just stay in bed and get your rest...nothing special that you cant see from the next sou’wester in 10 days or so.

Idk already ripping good.. I think this one might actually produce. HRRR ramping up every run..

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PLAINFIELD PD: ROAD CLOSED: Squaw Rock Rd between Moosup Pond and Bob White Way in Moosup closed due to tree and wires down. Please use alternate routes. 

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Blue Hill non-ASOS site continuing with high wind gusts: 946 PM: Milton, MA - Blue Hill - non-ASOS: 64 MPH, 956 PM: Milton, MA - Blue Hill - non-ASOS: 68 MPH 

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I don't understand much of what meteorology has to offer, I will be the first to admit!! So, is this line of storms - very far away from RI - where the big winds  might be (once it gets here), or might there be big  winds in advance of this front? If it matters, the winds here are picking up, and they have dropped lower (not so much in the trees always at this point).

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7 minutes ago, LikesNaturesFury said:

I don't understand much of what meteorology has to offer, I will be the first to admit!! So, is this line of storms - very far away from RI - where the big winds  might be (once it gets here), or might there be big  winds in advance of this front? If it matters, the winds here are picking up, and they have dropped lower (not so much in the trees always at this point).

Strongest would be just ahead of the line

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Just now, LikesNaturesFury said:

Stupid question, sorry! NWS says the low will be 49 degrees. But the temperature is rising? Is the low temp expected to occur after the front  passes?

Temperatures begin to drop post-front 

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Sadly, I must go to sleep. I hope everyone who is staying up for this enjoys it!! And thanks again for all the info. I really appreciate it. If it gets crazy here, I will be up to watch it later.

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