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The SE Hoco storm was meh. It was aiiiight for a few mins I suppose. Few bolts and a downpour. Sun popping out already. Next!

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8 minutes ago, Scraff said:

The SE Hoco storm was meh. It was aiiiight for a few mins I suppose. Few bolts and a downpour. Sun popping out already. Next!

That double rainbow tho 

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14 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

That double rainbow tho 

I knew there had to be. Totally missed it though. Grrrrrrr. :axe:

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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Baltimore MD/Washington DC
552 PM EDT Fri Aug 28 2020

.SYNOPSIS...
A surface trough will persist near I-95 through tonight.
Meanwhile, the remnants of Laura will merge with a cold front
over the Ohio River Valley tonight, then cross the Middle
Atlantic on Saturday. Canadian high pressure will build in
Sunday into Monday. A few frontal systems will likely impact the
area during the middle to latter portions of next week.

&&

.NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM SATURDAY MORNING/...
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued until 4 AM for areas along
the I-66/US-50 corridor and then up along I-95 into Baltimore.
We`re growing concerned that flooding may occur as ongoing
storms drop an E-W oriented outflow boundary southward. As the
trough to our west approaches, and we start to feel it`s
influence, flow at 850 hPa is expected to turn southerly and
start to overrun/warm advect atop the stalling outflow boundary.
With flow aloft paralleling the boundary, the potential is there
for training of storms along and north of the outflow boundary
this evening into the overnight hours. The HRRR and NAM show a
narrow stripe of 2-6 inches of rain within the Flash Flood
Watch in the vicinity of the stalled boundary between roughly 00
and 06z. By late tonight, low-level southerly flow will further
increase in advance of the trough/remnants of Laura, causing
the boundary and associated warm advection precipitation to its
north to break out of a stalled position and lift northward.

 

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9 minutes ago, North Balti Zen said:

Spectacular whiff for Balt city. Absolutely split. One minute of sprinkles.

I've had dozens of .05" or less "hits" the past couple month's.  Don't feel bad

 :sun:

 

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Teaser from a pop up that blew up over me then hauled ass East. Another blob might hit soon

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1.72” here in Arlington.  Best storm of the year here in my eyes.  Getting a little nervous of the storms west of here and rolling through, flood warning already in place.

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48 minutes ago, LP08 said:

1.72” here in Arlington.  Best storm of the year here in my eyes.  Getting a little nervous of the storms west of here and rolling through, flood warning already in place.

Are the storms coming close to North Arlington and Alexandria? We just got our electricity back and I'm sick of the thought of loosing it again (too many times this summer Dominion Virginia Electric).

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