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June 2020 General Discussion

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56 minutes ago, cyclone77 said:

12z Euro has dews in the 70-75 range for the foreseeable future for this area.  

And not much wind.  The only break in the heat will be from the occasional outflow from pop-up cells.

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Going to get extremely dry here in the thumb of mi with no precipitation in the next 7 days at least. Grass is already getting pretty brown and some of the corn crop is getting pretty stressed. 

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8 hours ago, outflow said:

Going to get extremely dry here in the thumb of mi with no precipitation in the next 7 days at least. Grass is already getting pretty brown and some of the corn crop is getting pretty stressed. 

Definitely not the most exciting week for those in MI or ON. 8 days of pretty much nothing. 

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6 hours ago, Kitchener poster said:

Definitely not the most exciting week for those in MI or ON. 8 days of pretty much nothing. 

 

Typical.  Looks like 2018 repeat. :axe:

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2 hours ago, A-L-E-K said:

should a nice popup+ kinda day

yep. loaded gun once we get temps in the upper 80s. we'll have an outflow boundary approaching from the northwest, lake breeze, stationary front and subtropical moisture plume all in place.

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Best storms of the season imby overnight. 

Widespread heavy rains across the metro. 2.75” in my neighbors gauge and 4-5” totals from Mankato northeast through the southern metro into Barron county Wisconsin. Should add more through the first half of the day. 

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The 00Z NSSL WRF almost perfectly nailed the 5-7"+ rain totals near the Twin Cities overnight. It is probably a bit overdone this afternoon, but I think it has the right idea (certainly looks better than the 12Z HRRR). Already a decent shower out there along with a growing cu field.

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DP’s at a season high across the area, running 74-79 across the LOT CWA this morning.

Highest is KC09 (Morris) at 79.


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Just now, Chicago Storm said:

87/77/98 here currently.

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Looks like a run of temps near 90 at ORD.  Might be hard to put together a real streak of 90 though given the borderline nature.  Good thing Alek isn't farther inland.  :P

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2 hours ago, OrdIowPitMsp said:

I guess I under represented rainfall totals in my previous post

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Highest report I've seen is 9.11" in Glenwood City WI.  That's an insane amount of rain for one night.

EDIT:  Several personal weather stations in and around River Falls have 6-7" recorded.

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dewpoints cranking up to 75 here.  really liking our odds of getting multiple days of dews over 80 later this summer

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Just now, NEILwxbo said:

Cool to see CAPE values in excess of 5500 j/kg before noon. Hopefully we get some good storms this afternoon

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On days like this it's always cool to think back to March/April when we're praying for at least 1000J/kg for a setup lol.

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Up to 90 at ORD.

8th 90+ day on the year, and it's only late June.

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I'm really hoping I can get some rain in the next few days. While most areas nearby have been soaked, I've been missed by nearly everything and my area is bone dry. Even the crops are looking bad here at this point.

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There have been some interesting models runs regarding the low in Western IL, although this morning's runs weren't nearly as hopeful for that "inland hurricane" look. :lol:

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