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Itstrainingtime

Central PA Summer 2020: Hoping The Heat Makes a Hasty Retreat

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16 hours ago, paweather said:

LOL. Exactly....BUT Hope everyone wins this winter. I think we are due for a Halloween Snowstorm again!

Now you know what happens when we get October snow, don't you?

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14 hours ago, MAG5035 said:

Actually the latest stage at Williamsport for the west branch of the Susquehanna is a straight 0 ft now haha. Further upstream the gauge at Renovo is reading below zero (-0.2ft), which simply means the river level is below what the gauge station's elevation for 0ft is. Either way, that is really low. 

Speaking of which, here's a picture of this crick from the Hyner Lookout near Renovo I took in 2015. I think that lookout is something like 1300' in elevation above the river.  I haven't been up that way in awhile. 

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Mag been tough fishing up here this summer. Not much water to run in. Glad I have a jet boat or I would be buying props.

0.28" overnight...currently in a downpour...serve thunderstorm warning.

Mag just took a ride up that way last week.

 

edit: just picked up 0.75" from that last storm.

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2 hours ago, canderson said:

Storm just west of Danville looks .. interesting.  

That Danville storm just missed me by about 5 miles to my north. Still got 0.25" in a 10 minute downpour. The radar return from McAdoo was 53dBZ.

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21 minutes ago, Voyager said:

That Danville storm just missed me by about 5 miles to my north. Still got 0.25" in a 10 minute downpour. The radar return from McAdoo was 53dBZ.

Just started to pour here out of NOWHERE. I looked at the radar less than 10 minutes ago and there was nothing remotely close to me - suddenly, there's a little red speck directly over us. 

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4 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Just started to pour here out of NOWHERE. I looked at the radar less than 10 minutes ago and there was nothing remotely close to me - suddenly, there's a little red speck directly over us. 

The models have been honing in on this afternoon into the evening for a good bit of rain in the area.

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Visiting my family here in Danville. I really think it was a rain-wrapped tornado that went through here at 9:30. I was watching the wind blow from the west for 10 minutes...then all of a sudden it shifted briskly from the east for 5 minutes. Flooding, hail, and wind damage around. No warning whatsoever.

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Just now, TugHillMatt said:

Visiting my family here in Danville. I really think it was a rain-wrapped tornado that went through here at 9:30. I was watching the wind blow from the west for 10 minutes...then all of a sudden it shifted briskly from the east for 5 minutes. Flooding, hail, and wind damage around. No warning whatsoever.

WOW. Thanks for sharing. Canderson had it right that it looked interesting on the radar. 

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24 minutes ago, paweather said:

WOW. Thanks for sharing. Canderson had it right that it looked interesting on the radar. 

Sure! I am trying to share the radar image, but it keeps telling me it's too big. I can hear chainsaws going all over...trying to clean up quick before this next storm moves in.

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It rained lightly this am - very lightly - and we have missed everything since (but it hit the river on west around 12:30). That likely ends very soon as storms progress all afternoon. 

Heavy cell about to hit head on. 

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If it all holds together, it looks like I'll get a good soaking here in a little while. Of course I-81 has a habit of sucking the life out of storms before they ever get to Tamaqua, so who knows. The big rains from a few weeks ago were from storms that kept re-firing over my backyard and did not drop off the I-81 ridge.

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Well, it held together for me. Heavy rain, lots of CTG strikes. Not much wind though. If radar is correct, we have a bit to go yet as well. Pottsville looks like it's going to get slammed, and that is moving this way. Up to 0.84" for the day now.

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4 minutes ago, canderson said:

Is there more predicted to pop up or is it over here if it’s no longer raining? It’s moved past Harrisburg (for now). 

HRRR has one more less potent line most affecting S/W areas of the LSV.  Those areas have not enjoyed big rains today so might be a good even up. 

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18 minutes ago, Jonesy56 said:

71 degrees just north of Harrisburg right now. Best it’s felt in the late afternoon here in quite some time!


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Yup! This morning was really nice too in the light light rain. 

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