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June 2020 General Discussion

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A dry month?  Can it be?  Seriously? Really?

I do put less stock in the precip progs in general but especially at this time of year because convection can quickly ramp up amounts.

 

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Next week/next weekend alone will ensure it’s not a dry month.


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Yeah, it won't be a dry month unless the entire back half of the month pitches a shut out.

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8 hours ago, nwohweather said:

Is that a ring of fire setup building? Lol talk about completely skipping Spring

Par for the course, but I wouldn't mind an actual decent ring of fire setup that actually affects southern Wisconsin.

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18 minutes ago, Hoosier said:

You know the tropical system out around day 10 will find a way to get into the region, right?

Yep

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It could get rather dry around here by next week.  We've already received below avg May precip.  Now the Euro keeps spitting out bone dry runs.

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On 5/31/2020 at 12:13 PM, cyclone77 said:

HRRR brothers are forecasting temps in the mid to upper 90s over southwestern MN tomorrow afternoon.  Looks like we have a shot at our first 90+ day of the year on Monday.  

They were right.  Three locations at 97 degrees, while a site in western MN is at 99.

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 I’ve been focused on things other then the weather the past week. Much of the riots and civil unrest have been occurring close to my home, (I live in the 3rd precinct) but the neighborhood has banded together and my family is safe. 

On topic, our first 90 of the season at MSP. Impressive considering we’ve only had one 80 degree day before this. 90 appears a lock tomorrow before hopefully our first thunderstorm of the season. (I’m not counting a couple minutes of heavy rain and two weak rumbles.)

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It's insane how much the body adjusts to the climate it is in. The cold front dried things up pretty good today, and dropped the dew to 58. Went out for my daily jog and was so incredibly thirsty from the lack of humidity in the air that I was really hurting in the lungs. Feels terrific out but it is quite weird to feel humidity below a dew of 65.

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23 minutes ago, A-L-E-K said:

euro really aggressive with tropical remnants into the sub

 

always finds a way these days.

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Record for Chicago is “only” 92 (1944). It would probably be likely in play, but given ORD sensor issues, might be harder to attain than usual.


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Perfect weather currently, about 22C feels like 24 with some thin clouds. I can't believe I fell for TWN's forecast of stormy throughout the day lol. I don't think we'll reach 28C as a high but it will be in the comfortable zone.

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Progged synoptic setup with that ridge poking into the Lakes looks very favorable to eventually get tropical remnants into the area.  

I had a flashback to Ike after seeing the 00z Euro.  Definitely some similarity in the track after landfall on that run.

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it's pretty impressive to have temps in the upper 80s, dews in the upper 60s and not a single cloud in the sky

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37 minutes ago, madwx said:

it's pretty impressive to have temps in the upper 80s, dews in the upper 60s and not a single cloud in the sky

Kinda dredges up memories of summer 2012, although it didn't often get that humid.

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On 6/2/2020 at 7:57 AM, Chicago Storm said:
Record for Chicago is “only” 92 (1944). It would probably be likely in play, but given ORD sensor issues, might be harder to attain than usual.

 

 

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ORD broke the record with a high of 94.

MDW also hit 94, and 95 here.

 

 

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FWA slightly overperformed at 91° with a predicted high 88°. There was no way of coming close to 1934's 99°.

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4 minutes ago, IWXwx said:

FWA slightly overperformed at 91° with a predicted high 88°. There was no way of coming close to 1934's 99°.

we don't drought like we used to

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