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June Discobs 2020

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30 minutes ago, C.A.P.E. said:

Took these less than a half mile from my driveway. Talk about storms all around. Hopefully something will hit here lol.

to the NE-

To the NW-

To the SE-

Solid proof that having an account on a weather forum causes weather to avoid you. What more do you need?
 

I’ll be deleting my account now /s

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Long time lurker, first time poster... Checking in from Calvert County.  Storms had been tracking parallel to us but finally got dumped on, sun coming back out.  We've been spared the storms til now due to proximity to the bay inhibiting convection over my house.  Nice and cool too. 

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3 minutes ago, Rhino16 said:

Solid proof that having an account on a weather forum causes weather to avoid you. What more do you need?
 

I’ll be deleting my account now /s

Nah just a law of averages thing. I did very well here last month and early this month. It does seem to always dry out here often when the sun is the strongest though. I am used to my grass going to thatch just about every summer.

Raining hard here now, so maybe delayed but not denied

 

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2 minutes ago, C.A.P.E. said:

Nah just a law of averages thing. I did very well here last month and early this month. It does seem to always dry out here often when the sun is the strongest though. I am used to my grass going to thatch just about every summer.

Raining hard here now, so maybe delayed but not denied

 

Congrats on your rain! Celebrate with DFH 120? B)

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18 minutes ago, Scraff said:

Congrats on your rain! Celebrate with DFH 120? B)

If only.

I had an Imperial coffee stout tho.

Now drinking my cardio medicine- red wine.

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They are moving so slowly. What would be a 5 minute shower is hopefully going to be a 20-30 minute shower.

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0.76" so far.

This round is winding down. Looks like another batch developing to the SE and moving NW.

It has been thundering for more than 4 hours here lol. Not often that happens, especially when for nearly 3 of those hours not a drop of rain fell.

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5 minutes ago, Stormfly said:

What a strange weather pattern we're in!

I will take it if it produces rain without long dry stretches, and keeps prolonged bouts of extreme heat away. Looks like we will  see that continue through the end of the month. Remains to be seen how things play out beyond that. We pretty much know the deal in the MA though.

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Little rain here, we're in a hole.  Picked up 0.291" in the past 24.

Some rumbles and CG strikes within the warn radius.  Had to close up and turn on AC due to increased dews.  I'd much rather have PC last week with mid 50 dews and breeze.  Got some tree line work done without drowning in perspiration!  Now it's feeling too tropical for us.

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Just now, nw baltimore wx said:

After a slow start, @C.A.P.E. could be the big winner today, but I’m very happy with the past 24 hours.

Locally, just about every place around here has probably had more rain, but I am quite content with the 0.80" in my bucket.

Does not appear at this point I will see anymore. Should be winding down over the next couple hours in most areas with the loss of daytime heating.

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Got home from work and was surprised to see just shy of 4" in my bucket. From radar I was estimating I got between 2.5-3".  I was worried about my corn lodging (falling over) with that much water in soil alone with the wind i hear we also had. Everything is fine thankfully. With growing crops it's surviving from storm to storm. 

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Looks to be pretty active over the next several days with a warm to hot and humid air-mass, and some small scale disturbances moving through. Later in the week it appears there will be a cold frontal passage with maybe a marginal severe threat? Anyway, not a boring stretch of weather, and at least some decent rain chances continuing.

Might not need the sprinkler this week at all.B)

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1 minute ago, nw baltimore wx said:

It’s turned into a beautiful evening for the first few official hours of summer here. Clearing and 74.

Sure has. 69 here. Clouds are breaking and very comfortable.

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3 minute rainfall in Annapolis today but that was it. Heard thunder throughout the day. Blue sky to the east with dark clouds to the west most of the day. 

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I'm sure a few people got smoked today, but looking at the radar around 11 am and ending up with the little I got was really surprising/disappointing. It looked like several hours of heavy rain and instead was maybe several minutes.

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Just now, SnowtoRain said:

1.81", 1.3" fell in about 30 mins, rained for almost 6 hours.  2.97" for the month.

You made up some ground today.

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Only .11” yesterday. Storms all around but each time they got close they went POOF!

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1 hour ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

I’m over this whole rain thing. Don’t need my landscape to look like something from the Amazon rain forest. 

Was in Tampa this week, got back here and honestly couldn’t tell the difference between the two in terms of climate. 

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Looking at the ensemble guidance, it appears a strong upper ridge with an axis to our west builds at the end of the month into the first few days of July. That would keep us in more of a NW flow, but with the ridge so close, it would likely be at least a bit above normal, but nothing out of the ordinary. Beyond that, the GEFS retros the ridge and we end up with this. Looks kinda familiar. Its pretty far out, but not seeing any strong indications of a prolonged period of excessive heat for our area, and I will gladly take it.

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