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2020 Mid-Atlantic Severe Weather - General Thread

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So the box is out...... but it's BLUE.     I guess I'm not surprised (that it's not a red box)  given the linear evolution, but the shear parameters argue that a few embedded mesos are quite possible.

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1 minute ago, losetoa6 said:

Starting to hear a bit of thunder in the distance. 

That was some of the heaviest rain I've had here in Smithsburg this summer with that thin line of storms.  Only lasted about 15 minutes or so but was quite the tropical downpour.

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Well that line got more exciting didn’t it 

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Line certainly improving as it moves east. .37” here. Torrential rain....minimal wind and a few rumbles. Seemed more tropical than thunder buster....

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4 hours ago, JakkelWx said:

I need everybody in D.C and the Delmarva to buy an industrial fan and strap it to a helicopter, and turn them all on at once so we can get a D2 MOD.

Here's my contribution!

And look at that, some showers showing up now with maybe a bit of Zeus'ing going on! ;)

Speaking of fans, we do have a bigass fan, 18' in the main hangar.  Had to run it nearly WOT due to humidity!

 

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53 minutes ago, osfan24 said:

Nasty-looking bow heading into Clarksburg area.

 

36 minutes ago, AmericanWxFreak said:

Yeah looking pretty bow'y, any reports from that guy? 

Nothing on CAD or our DOT feed. Really surprised. It came through Reisterstown as nothing but heavy rain. Radar looked a lot better than ground truth.

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Decent T&L, picked up .6” of rain. 

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404, severe not found. ;)  We were in a yellow box.

Torrential downpours, max wind 18 mph, some lightning and thunder.  Heavy thundershower is what we call it.

Tomorrow is the 3rd ENH for this area so far this year?  Can you call drizzle and fog enhanced?  Oh the moss is growing on three sides of our barn.  Now that is definitely enhanced! :)

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4 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

 

Nothing on CAD or our DOT feed. Really surprised. It came through Reisterstown as nothing but heavy rain. Radar looked a lot better than ground truth.

Reflectivity looked great in that bow shape - but velocity scans were consistently underwhelming. I was struggling to find anything of severe magnitude even on the TDWRs. 

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Very sub-severe in Columbia. Brief heavy rain and some thunder. A few gusts that probably exceeded 20mph.

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