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Saturday, June 27 - Sunday, June 28, 2020 Convective Thread

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Huh? That line is strengthening and trucking SE. That’s ours this evening 

I'm never really a fan of lines sustaining that far of a distance without having proper upper-level support. For example, if it was associated with an eastward ULJ streak I'd like...or perhaps if there was a s/w moving through the region (we do have this but the feature is very slow moving and a bit far northwest for my liking). Virtually all we have working for us is great CAPE and just enough shear to get storms to organize. Storms can only survive so long without stronger ulvl support. 

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But as mentioned ulvl is increasing in the favorable quadrant of that jet streak so this should help ignite additional development over the next hour

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6 minutes ago, DotRat_Wx said:

Could be a flash flood issue developing for BOS. Cells are forming to the west and are on similar trajectory. 

Same areas again. 

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Another day - another soaking for everyone within 5 miles of my house in all directions, but nothing here. All I’m asking for is a third or an inch or so. Is that unreasonable?

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Man I am just missing a drenching like 1-3 miles north.  

My house is where I’ve put the Stowe marker.  It’s pouring but radar would suggest the 1”+ amounts are like three pixels north. 

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Just torrential rain.  Ponding on the lawn now, good stuff.  Solid drink.

MVL ASOS with 0.75” in 30 minutes and currently 1/2sm +RN.

PWS a quarter mile away from me:

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1 hour ago, Ginx snewx said:

Nuke 

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Was on Marconi beach and blow off from the anvil was clearly visible to the north.  Climbed up the dune and the thing was huge.

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44 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

68 now

85 beautiful sunny, sea breeze passed sending clouds north

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47 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Huh? That line is strengthening and trucking SE. That’s ours this evening 

weak shear and waning instability

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2 minutes ago, Lava Rock said:
9 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:
What's the question?

You have any reports out of naples?

Had some hail of unknown size in Denmark, but that's it so far.

Just now, Damage In Tolland said:

Will that line hold together and tear thru W Ma and CT?

I don't see any reason for it to fall apart completely. Better CAPE/shear is east. I think the composite radar look of individual cells is mostly because it's far from all radars and you're just seeing the tallest towers.

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Just now, OceanStWx said:

Had some hail of unknown size in Denmark, but that's it so far.

I don't see any reason for it to fall apart completely. Better CAPE/shear is east. I think the composite radar look of individual cells is mostly because it's far from all radars and you're just seeing the tallest towers.

Yeah it’s moving into the best environment of the day. I think Wiz loses trees 

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I don't see any reason for it to fall apart completely. Better CAPE/shear is east. I think the composite radar look of individual cells is mostly because it's far from all radars and you're just seeing the tallest towers.
Didn't even register in the gauge here. Round one swing and a miss

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2 minutes ago, OceanStWx said:

Had some hail of unknown size in Denmark, but that's it so far.

I don't see any reason for it to fall apart completely. Better CAPE/shear is east. I think the composite radar look of individual cells is mostly because it's far from all radars and you're just seeing the tallest towers.

I hate that stretch around I-287 (think that's 287) but it's a horrific radar gap. There certainly is some better shear over CT...problem is we're getting anvil crap and losing heating. 

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Looks like it’s tapering off with about an inch in the Stratus... very close to overflowing the inner tube but I don’t think it is.  Eyeballing 0.95-1.0”.

Stowe PWS have some variety but good drink: 

1.96”

1.47”

1.16” MVL still raining.

1.01”

0.50”

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