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August 2020 Discussion

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1 hour ago, Great Snow 1717 said:

Magnetic Pole Flip

That's a good one!

10 minutes ago, Dan76 said:

What the hell happened to the murder hornets?

The roulette wheel landed on that in April didn't it?

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Just now, Chrisrotary12 said:

That's a good one!

The roulette wheel landed on that in April didn't it?

Might as well go big or go home.....perhaps the murder hornets all fly to one of the poles and cause the poles to flip.......

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4 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

maybe we'll get a blizzard hurricane tornadic producing system in November 

Its 2020, everything is on the table!!!

 

 

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3 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

history always repeats 

I'd love to have a time machine to transport me back in time to experience that storm. And The Hessian Storm,

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21 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

maybe we'll get a blizzard hurricane tornadic producing system in November 

Don't forget the snow Sandy left in WV.

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4 hours ago, klw said:

Don't forget the snow Sandy left in WV.

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I think it was Hurricane Wilma in October 2005 (?) that did that same thing in Vermont.  I skied Killington where they had like 50 trails open in October, all on natural snow because of like 24-36” of paste that fell on the NW side of the hurricane.

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32 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

What’s happening here?

Yore!

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52f here.  A couple of days ago it felt like maybe the back of summer had been broken.  It definitely seems that way now.  Chamber weather for days to come.  Soon the leaves will need to be peeped at, I will get in a panic to get outdoor chores down prior to the freeze up, the GFS will flip from having a 942 hurricane at the end of every run to having a blizzard coming just inside the benchmark to finish each cycle, and someone will set up a thread for this year's Grinch storm.

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15 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Finally COC!

We'll take it while it lasts.

The fact of the matter is, we are on the down-hill side of summer.  So, keep that in mind when any heat comes up.  Before you know it we'll be looking for frost advisories in NNE.

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21 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Could be some loud booms along the coast overnight tomorrow/early Saturday morning 

Not a lot of MUCAPE. Think most of it is offshore unfortunately. 

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

Not a lot of MUCAPE. Think most of it is offshore unfortunately. 

yeah it does look to stay mostly to the south. The 3km NAM also seemed to be a bit more beefy than NAM/GFS in terms of elevated CAPE. The 3km NAM actually looked like there was a small window for severe across LI and potentially the Cape later Saturday AM. Not sure I totally buy into it, but these setups have been known to surprise some in the past...especially in August. 

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1 minute ago, weatherwiz said:

yeah it does look to stay mostly to the south. The 3km NAM also seemed to be a bit more beefy than NAM/GFS in terms of elevated CAPE. The 3km NAM actually looked like there was a small window for severe across LI and potentially the Cape later Saturday AM. Not sure I totally buy into it, but these setups have been known to surprise some in the past...especially in August. 

Yeah you're right. I didn't look at that. I guess we'll see...but think most of this is south. 

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