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Hurricane Agnes

E PA/NJ/DE Spring 2020 OBS Thread

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3 hours ago, MJO812 said:

Someone might get a nice  norlun 

Yeah nice as in nice light rain with maybe a mangled flurry thrown in the mix. SFC is scorching tomorrow afternoon.

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Glenn working the 11pm shift. Friday morning should be a tad interesting, heavy rain, possible thunderstorms and a windy afternoon then a cooler Sat. I'll take what I can get these days...  

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Forecasted to get down to 35F tonight and up to 70F tomorrow. Wild temp swings and wind is all we've had to track this year.

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45 minutes ago, Newman said:

3k NAM sounding for my area tomorrow. Bring on severe weather already!

2020031912_NAMNST_032_40.5,-75.75_severe

the meso's don't really show much of anything in the way of convection for most of the area. Pretty meh threat. 

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10 minutes ago, The Iceman said:

the meso's don't really show much of anything in the way of convection for most of the area. Pretty meh threat. 

I agree, the parameters are solid for some severe weather but the overall extent of convection and precip looks meager. Maybe a stray severe storm here or there tomorrow.

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just started clearing up here after a bit of light rain. Temp up to 65. Don't see us hitting the forecasted high of 79 barring some serious warming the next few hours.

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Dryness continues at PHL. Currently ranked 127th out the last 136 years. Only 5.61" of rain on the year. Something to watch as we roll into spring/summer.

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Record hi elevation record high temp today in Western Chester County PA with our high of 76.6 beating the old record of 72.6 back in 2012....but well behind the valley record of 83 set back in 1945. Much chillier over the weekend and maybe 2 chances of accumulating snow above 600 ft over the next 10 days with 1st shot by Monday AM

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3 hours ago, The Iceman said:

Dryness continues at PHL. Currently ranked 127th out the last 136 years. Only 5.61" of rain on the year. Something to watch as we roll into spring/summer.

Iceman - much different story out here in the nearby NW Philly burbs where we have had 1.18" of rain in the last 5 days. With our MTD rainfall now at 2.63" which is .06" above normal and YTD rainfall now stands at 9.79" which is 0.40" above normal - no dryness here at all..

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Reached 80 today!  Actually 80.5 to be exact.  Back to reality tomorrow....boo.  

 

2 hours ago, ChescoPaWxman said:

Iceman - much different story out here in the nearby NW Philly burbs where we have had 1.18" of rain in the last 5 days. With our MTD rainfall now at 2.63" which is .06" above normal and YTD rainfall now stands at 9.79" which is 0.40" above normal - no dryness here at all..

 

Not doing too badly here either.  Just a few hundredths shy of 8" ytd.  

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