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Big time heat focused in sne Sunday-Tuesday to close out July

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4 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

77 was the low..lol. Even my basement is very warm.

this just sucks..i know many love this, but i work outside, nothing like 80F/dew of 73 at 645am...spells swamp ass!

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Gross morning.  74/68.

 

LOL at people attributing a shark attack to global warming.

 

With Maine's colder water, there are both fewer sharks and fewer swimmers. A winning recipe for few enoucnters.  While rare, I did see that they had caught an 18' white back in '96.   Harpswell is close to Pit2, only an 18 mile drive.  Probably half that as the crow flys.  

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Just now, moneypitmike said:

Gross morning.  74/68.

 

LOL at people attributing a shark attack to global warming.

No more pit2 snow?   Pit4 in madawaska?

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8 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

We special . No real relief in sight 

I find it hard to believe that you enjoy running in this weather. There’s like no oxygen in the air. 

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6 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I find it hard to believe that you enjoy running in this weather. There’s like no oxygen in the air. 

It’s a sweaty experience to be sure. You get used to it . What I don’t like now is it’s dark again starting my runs . Still light by time I’m done , but very noticeable 

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7 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Any chance we run into a storm later? Bone dry 

SE MA has a decent shot with the most heating I think. Not sure coverage is widespread though. My yard is complete toast after coming back from NH. We burnt/dead.

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5 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

SE MA has a decent shot with the most heating I think. Not sure coverage is widespread though. My yard is complete toast after coming back from NH. We burnt/dead.

We all are Steined 

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2 hours ago, OceanStWx said:

Because we only do records since 1941 for PWM (due to siting) 78 will be the all time record warm low*.

Low of 70 here yesterday, only the 2nd 70+ minimum since moving here in 1998.   Had 71 on 7/19/2005.  Low-noise TS 7-7:30 last evening, futzed around for 20 minutes then about 2 minutes after I finished grilling burgers, the skies opened, about 0.30" in 10 minutes, total cocorahs report 0.45".  Noted 2.4" RA in Hermon, one town west of that BGR funnel, and 2.5" in Dedham, 3 towns SE.

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1 hour ago, moneypitmike said:

Gross morning.  74/68.

 

LOL at people attributing a shark attack to global warming.

 

With Maine's colder water, there are both fewer sharks and fewer swimmers. A winning recipe for few enoucnters.  While rare, I did see that they had caught an 18' white back in '96.   Harpswell is close to Pit2, only an 18 mile drive.  Probably half that as the crow flys.  

And the other reported Maine shark attack was at Perry, in the cold waters of Passamaquoddy Bay.  Folks have been catching large sharks not far off the Maine coast for years, so it's somewhat surprising that so few attacks have occurred here.

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52 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I find it hard to believe that you enjoy running in this weather. There’s like no oxygen in the air. 

went cycling last nite. Normally on hot nights when you're riding up to 30mph you get the breeze across your face. With the dews last night, it was like riding into a hair dryer with the added sweat.

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23 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Low of 70 here yesterday, only the 2nd 70+ minimum since moving here in 1998.   Had 71 on 7/19/2005.  Low-noise TS 7-7:30 last evening, futzed around for 20 minutes then about 2 minutes after I finished grilling burgers, the skies opened, about 0.30" in 10 minutes, total cocorahs report 0.45".  Noted 2.4" RA in Hermon, one town west of that BGR funnel, and 2.5" in Dedham, 3 towns SE.

I'm not holding my breath for any t showers today. I know how those pan out for us. High and dry till next week.

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1 hour ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

Managed to get to 75F this AM.  Was 80F from 2-430 AM.  Currently 82F.

Already up to 88F
 

8:35 87.8 71.6 76.0 59 8.1   WSW 29.69   29.74 Clear 10.00

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59 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

SE MA has a decent shot with the most heating I think. Not sure coverage is widespread though. My yard is complete toast after coming back from NH. We burnt/dead.

Better chance for storms on cape or BOS. 

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3 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

Last night was miserable. My basement feels like 80 degrees. Remind me to either move further north or to install central AC. This blows. 

Hudson bay maybe?

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18 minutes ago, dendrite said:

lol at what the lawns would look like if we actually had a dry decade. 

Shallow roots so even a dry couple of weeks does the trick. Last 25 days .53 . Even when the wind blows the leaves sound crackly

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2 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

Nunavut sounds lovely in the summer.

Mosquitos are brutal up there though.

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Hot morning-rare and special to be this warm around here at daybreak.  I echo Kevin’s sadness over the loss of light-I hate that part of autumn more than anything!

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