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Blobfest inbound ... the loudoun storm looking decent

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Looks like a line developing, it will enter a very high CAPE environment as it heads east. SBCAPE values of 5,000 over the area along with 3,000 MLCAPE

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thunder from the severe storms in PA. But some smaller cells have broken off from it and rain is imminent. 

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8 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

Looks like the NOVA stuff is gusting out.  

What does this mean, Eskimo Joe?  The risk if lessoning? I'm very concerned about these storms, and also very un-knowledgable. 

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looks like my PWS downtown briefly hit an 80F dewpoint - we are close enough to the river AND rock creek park so that is not unreasonable.

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i hate this hobby -- cell that formed to my west is going northeast will mostly miss me. just thunder and some drizzle. 

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2 minutes ago, pazzo83 said:

looks like my PWS downtown briefly hit an 80F dewpoint - we are close enough to the river AND rock creek park so that is not unreasonable.

Likewise. Mine is waffling between 79-81.

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Littlestown towards Hanover getting crushed again today.  Again mby missed by the heavy stuff by couple miles. :cry:

.25" 

DC inline for another crushing 

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2 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Littlestown towards Hanover getting crushed again today.  Again mby missed by the heavy stuff by couple miles. :cry:

.25" 

some off/on heavy rain here as the cell skirts to my north. and a power outage. so thats cool. 

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gonna get rocked 

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If Norfolk didn't get 99'd on the 20th, they would have hit 100F or above for the 4th day in a row. they are currently at 100/74/113.

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4 minutes ago, mappy said:

some off/on heavy rain here as the cell skirts to my north. and a power outage. so thats cool. 

Nice!.. That great looking squall line looks to keep anybody north of S.Frederick high and dry up to the M/D line unless it fills in quick 

Radar lit up like a Christmas tree from Hanover back towards Gettysburg. 

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2 minutes ago, losetoa6 said:

Nice!.. That great looking squall line looks to keep anybody north of S.Frederick high and dry unless it fills in quick 

the stuff along the PA line just keeps expanding south, nice looking stuff coming out of Manchester my way. And then the stuff that follows.

yay no sprinkler tonight :lol: 

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Just now, mappy said:

the stuff along the PA line just keeps expanding south, nice looking stuff coming out of Manchester my way. And then the stuff that follows.

yay no sprinkler tonight :lol: 

SC Pa getting rocked!

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1 minute ago, losetoa6 said:

SC Pa getting rocked!

I can hear it! Some really nice bolts nearby too. 

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