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September 2020 Discussion

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3 minutes ago, wxeyeNH said:

Looks like we could have a really great sunset over a wide area of New England around 645pm this evening.  Teddy has a pretty solid cirrus deck over eastern sections.  It's clear in Vermont and NY state so the sun should illuminate the underside of the clouds.  We will see how this works out.

Agree, shaping up for a stunner for you guys under that cirrus with western edge clear...great recognition Gene.  Could see it all day over in NH from Mansfield.

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23 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Agree, shaping up for a stunner for you guys under that cirrus with western edge clear...great recognition Gene.  Could see it all day over in NH from Mansfield.

I was working right under the western edge all day. It was like a perfectly straight edge across the entire sky. 

 

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21 minutes ago, NEOH said:

The leaves are well ahead of schedule in Northeast Ohio. Many maples are turning near the tree tops. The color is predominantly red... even a purple hue. 

that's an interesting observation, 'red'  ..I was noticing that here, too.  It's like biasing in that area of the color-wheel.  

I was muse/speculating that perhaps the smoked filtration of light might have triggered the evac of the pigmentation associated with green, but the red was left behind..and that might be why? But I'm not/no specialist in the subject matter.  Normal years have red anyway, but I'm seeing more red than normal .. at an earlier time -

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18 minutes ago, BrianW said:

I was working right under the western edge all day. It was like a perfectly straight edge across the entire sky. 

 

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So cool

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36 minutes ago, Dan76 said:

6-10'' east of CRV :lol:

Ha all I could think of when I saw that was the “back to the river” calls from someone when E.Mass would be getting the focus.  Back to the river dammit!

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We’ll see. I think some areas of New England will get a good drink. Of course some areas will get screwed, but I think that trough will last into and maybe last day 10...so enough looking at just Monday or Tuesday. Got to look beyond that.  Looks fine to me. If you are only happy with nothing less than 2-4” of rain, I salute you. 

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We’ll see. I think some areas of New England will get a good drink. Of course some areas will get screwed, but I think that trough will last into and maybe last day 10...so enough looking at just Monday or Tuesday. Got to look beyond that.  Looks fine to me. If you are only happy with nothing less than 2-4” of rain, I salute you. 
I'll take a 1/4" at this point

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2 hours ago, powderfreak said:

Agree, shaping up for a stunner for you guys under that cirrus with western edge clear...great recognition Gene.  Could see it all day over in NH from Mansfield.

PF.   It just didn't work out here.  There was a fair amount of smoke but not enough in my opinion to make it such a dud.  We had the cirrus.  Just don't know why it was not better.

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When I was a kid what I can remember is being on the tail end of the dry years in the 60s and watching the only rain around being the thunderstorms channeling down the Ottaquechee Valley two ridges north.  It happens.

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3 minutes ago, Bostonseminole said:

looks like pattern shifting ever so slightly wetter, I think we can put all the drought talk away till next summer.  We are not in the Sahara, it will end like everything else does weather-wise in NE..

This is scarring to DIT... every single May and/or June going forward that has a period of even 7 days without rain will throw him into a panic that it may not rain again for 4 months.  

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Just now, powderfreak said:

This is scarring to DIT... every single May and/or June going forward that has a period of even 7 days without rain will throw him into a panic that it may not rain again for 4 months.  

This year was pretty dry but it's ending,  she gone...

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7 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

This is scarring to DIT... every single May and/or June going forward that has a period of even 7 days without rain will throw him into a panic that it may not rain again for 4 months.  

Think he will ever mow his lawn again so much he burns it or will he learn his lesson about letting grass grow when its dry

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