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79F / DP 71F (but cloudy)

Tomorrow being warmer and the last day of this crap....cooler times ahead.

Some showers moving in but no heavy drizzle:

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37 minutes ago, Birds~69 said:

79F / DP 71F (but cloudy)

Tomorrow being warmer and the last day of this crap....cooler times ahead.

Some showers moving in but no heavy drizzle:

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Just had about .10" here, moderate rain rates.

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Another day in the fog down at the Jersey Shore in Sea Isle City with a 66.3/61.3 split and no measurable rain...brutal weather on the beaches...however - back in NW Chesco wife is complaining about the humidity and urge to fire up the AC...splits today in Chesco were 73.9/67.0 with 0.21" of rain in the gauge. Through today NW Chesco is at 2.16" of rain here in May which is 1.74" below normal...however YTD we are at 20.57" which is 1.68" above normal through May 28th vs. 1983-2019 averages. Looking like a good shot an our 2nd consecutive below normal month with May running at exactly 1.0 degrees below normal through today in Chester County.

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Ended up with a high of 83 Wednesday and of 78 yesterday (due to the overcast tropical-ey conditions), with 0.09" rain.  Finally got chance to move the rest of my overwintering tropical/subtropical plants (including herb seedlings) outside.  Some of that should have been out a month ago but the April showers and May frosts were precluding that.

Currently 72 with dp 68 and overcast with mist.

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First time this season I failed to get below 70F for an overnight low -- bottomed out at 70.7F.

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Sun beginning to peek through here with low-level clouds burning up, SPC mesoanalysis shows SBCAPE already over 2000 J/kg and LI at -5. Lapse rates are poor, but hopefully we'll have enough lift from the pre-frontal trough to initiate strong convection. Plenty of fuel to be tapped for the first decent severe threat in quite awhile. I'd bet with the decently high PWAT values we see some decent downburst winds.

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Norman, OK lofted a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for the Western Burbs

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WS 234
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
225 PM EDT FRI MAY 29 2020

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 234 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 900 PM EDT
FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

PAC001-011-015-017-025-029-037-041-043-055-069-071-075-077-079-
081-089-091-093-095-097-099-103-107-109-113-115-119-127-131-133-
300100-
/O.NEW.KWNS.SV.A.0234.200529T1825Z-200530T0100Z/

PA
.    PENNSYLVANIA COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ADAMS                BERKS               BRADFORD
BUCKS                CARBON              CHESTER
COLUMBIA             CUMBERLAND          DAUPHIN
FRANKLIN             LACKAWANNA          LANCASTER
LEBANON              LEHIGH              LUZERNE
LYCOMING             MONROE              MONTGOMERY
MONTOUR              NORTHAMPTON         NORTHUMBERLAND
PERRY                PIKE                SCHUYLKILL
SNYDER               SULLIVAN            SUSQUEHANNA
UNION                WAYNE               WYOMING
YORK
$$


 

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1 hour ago, Birds~69 said:

82F / DP 73F

Line starting to form:

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It's in no hurry to move eastward.  

 

Almost at a 90F heat index.  Muggyyyy

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21 minutes ago, BBasile said:

It's in no hurry to move eastward.  

 

Almost at a 90F heat index.  Muggyyyy

Yeah it's been training over that are for awhile now. :blink:

I topped off at 85 (so far) but it's down to 84 now but with a dp of 69 and some ominous clouds off to the west. :yikes:

 

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1 minute ago, Hurricane Agnes said:

Yeah it's been training over that are for awhile now. :blink:

I topped off at 85 (so far) but it's down to 84 now but with a dp of 69 and some ominous clouds off to the west. :yikes:

 

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Reached a 90F HI.  Currently 83/74.  At least we'll get some nice spring weather after today.  Not a fan of skipping right to this summer stuff.  

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1 minute ago, BBasile said:

Reached a 90F HI.  Currently 83/74.  At least we'll get some nice spring weather after today.  Not a fan of skipping right to this summer stuff.  

I figured your camera would get all excited about that line. :lmao:

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16 minutes ago, Hurricane Agnes said:

I figured your camera would get all excited about that line. :lmao:

Oh, it's ready and itching to go.  lol  Doubting I'm going to get anything today, though.  

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1 hour ago, BBasile said:

Reached a 90F HI.  Currently 83/74.  At least we'll get some nice spring weather after today.  Not a fan of skipping right to this summer stuff.  

Sun and Mon say no!

Yeah, the line is moving ultra slow...would like to see some downpours and wind. If I'm seeing correct the last couple frames it's dissipating a bit.

84F/ DP 71F

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