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June 29- July 3 Rains - Stalled ULL

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21 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

I hope DIT can get some good rain out of this... the most skeptical has been the driest of course. 

Hopefully one of these pinwheels finds him.

Meso-models seem to have that area of convection in S.VT and SW NH. dropping through central/western Mass and into CT.

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It’s all convection related the further SW you go but we have like 4 days to do it so chances are everyone will get a rain drop eventually. 

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20 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

ORH still 2.00 BN before today.  By the end of the week they might be near normal again. 
 

 

Tomorrow is the last day of the month 

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Just now, dendrite said:

Stadium effect?

Yea lol, ULL stadium effect.  Rotation over Radarman?

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27 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

I’ll actually be a little BN as it stands now, but the last week saves it. Hopefully a little more into Wednesday before the holiday brake and warm weather next week.

Thing Wednesday afternoon like 3 or 4 is salvageable for a round of golf?

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19 minutes ago, radarman said:

Some of these storms dropping south through the valley have an organized look to them. 

Maybe tor? soon 

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10 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Thing Wednesday afternoon like 3 or 4 is salvageable for a round of golf?

I can’t rule out something near and west of 495

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7 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Done with work at 3:00 then I think I will head to BDL and catch that stuff from the north!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Where do you go for a clear shot of these storms? Severe chasing out here is rough. 

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16 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Tomorrow is the last day of the month 

Did I stutter?!?     
 

Kidding.   Yeah. They will prob finish the month decently below normal unless a cell sits over the airport and dumps

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2 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Where do you go for a clear shot of these storms? Severe chasing out here is rough. 

It is tough but there are places you can find which do offer great views. 

I love going to BDL since that offers a great view...especially to the west and north. 

In West Hartford there was this golf course I would go to which offered great views to the west and north as well. 

I usually try to find open fields, parking lots, or like remote farmland areas. 

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67, breezy and cloudy. Seems like we're the pivot point of this thing...nothing of consequence since a brief downpour yesterday afternoon.

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Those are some good looking storms in the I-91 corridor.  

Also looks like some areas of western CT are lining up for quite the training this afternoon.  Should be an axis of good rainfall totals there.

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1 minute ago, weatherwiz said:

shit I'll have to go east. Maybe Rockville? Hope I'd make it. 

You should get to the Ludlow rest area on the Mass Pike, ha.  Looks right in line to take a hit.  Fly up 91 and bang a right onto the Pike.

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Just now, powderfreak said:

You should get to the Ludlow rest area on the Mass Pike, ha.  Looks right in line to take a hit.  Fly up 91 and bang a right onto the Pike.

I wouldn't make it. I also like to try and get well ahead for any shelf cloud shots. I was looking at Somers but that's a 30-minute drive. 

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6 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

That storms falling apart quickly 

You have some real bad luck if that complex misses you.  Looks like you should get some heavy rain in hour or two, but you’ve had a forcefield up.

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