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

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21 minutes ago, paweather said:

Thanks, so night and day different from the GFS. 

The GFS/GEFS really doesn't have a lot of QPF either, it kinda loses the remnant low of Laura on the prog with the northern branch low showing. I've seen Laura's impact here as more of an influx of it's very humid tropical airmass and the potential for heavy downpours with thunderstorms that develop. It's not looking like any kind of significant intact area of heavy rain.  The pressing frontal boundary is also going to draw up it's moisture as well but the focus on that has been more on western PA. 

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24 minutes ago, MAG5035 said:

The GFS/GEFS really doesn't have a lot of QPF either, it kinda loses the remnant low of Laura on the prog with the northern branch low showing. I've seen Laura's impact here as more of an influx of it's very humid tropical airmass and the potential for heavy downpours with thunderstorms that develop. It's not looking like any kind of significant intact area of heavy rain.  The pressing frontal boundary is also going to draw up it's moisture as well but the focus on that has been more on western PA. 

True. I think from what you and Bubbler are saying the more bang for rain is the frontal passage early next week. 

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Normally I'd look at a radar like this and think heh it looks pretty stormy later. After this summer I'm looking at it thinking "Wonder how it finds a way to miss us with a light shower at best". At any rate a new severe watch has been issued for most of the central from the Susquehanna westward. 

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21 minutes ago, MAG5035 said:

Normally I'd look at a radar like this and think heh it looks pretty stormy later. After this summer I'm looking at it thinking "Wonder how it finds a way to miss us with a light shower at best". At any rate a new severe watch has been issued for most of the central from the Susquehanna westward. 

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Just a matter of how much :thumbsup:

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8 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Wowza!

Wasn't too serious, pretty decent gust front before the rain really started and some half decent winds.. and a nice downpour for a change. Temps all the way back to 66. I think this was literally the first severe warned thunderstorm I've had all summer here. 

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1 minute ago, Wmsptwx said:

Lol it split me, grass still as dry as ever.

Better watch out, there's a historic river crest brewing on the west branch haha.

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31 minutes ago, Cashtown_Coop said:

0.00.  Sad sad sad.  Lost my main irrigation pump this morning.   Running off a smaller pump now that has half the gpm.   Is 2020 over yet.  

Maybe a record this year for Severe Storm watches and warnings that were absolutely nothing.

 

 

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8 hours ago, canderson said:

I thought it had rained but zero evidence ... dirt isn’t even slightly wet. So maybe just wind blown mist.

Your zone has a 70% chance of rain today.  70/30 30/70 rule in effect.  Dry day coming up?   

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Lots of talk of a tropical system hitting the east coast this year. I know It will be gone next run but watch the loop you can see this monster turning towards The coast with the ridge steering it in. 

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6 minutes ago, paweather5 said:

Lots of talk of a tropical system hitting the east coast this year. I know It will be gone next run but watch the loop you can see this monster turning towards The coast with the ridge steering it in. 

 

Here come all the stories of how NYC will be destroyed. 

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