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September 2020 Discussion

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The first round may be directed in central and western areas and then second round is further east. Looks like couple more chances after that into day 10.  Stein is done. 

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13 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

“But but but Noyes says this and Stein says that....”    Scooter will lead his drought sheep to the promised land. For he is the rain Shepard.

Not a done deal. You know better . You’d never do this in a snow event .

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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Not a done deal. You know better . You’d never do this in a snow event .

It’s locked dude. It’s over. Multiple rounds coming next two weeks. Maybe someone gets only 1-2” through day 10.....but the pattern is a huge change.  A trough to our west with multiple s/w’s in the flow with big PWATs is all you need to see. However even the on camera guys were shook by Stein. Disappointing to see.

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

It’s locked dude. It’s over. Multiple rounds coming next two weeks. Maybe someone gets only 1-2” through day 10.....but the pattern is a huge change.  A trough to our west with multiple s/w’s in the flow with big PWATs is all you need to see. However even the on camera guys were shook by Stein. Disappointing to see.

Cranberry harvest this year FTL.

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Just now, HoarfrostHubb said:

Less than 0.75” for most, right?

I’m sure someone in the east will get like .25” round one and complain. Maybe Tblizz. 

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

Yeah heard something about that. Sucks.

Between some growers not being able to frost protect their crop and the added costs of having to bring in equipment to pump water so they can harvest, it’s not been a good year.

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Just now, Baroclinic Zone said:

Between som growers not being able to frost protect their crop and the added costs of having to bring in equipment to pump water so they can harvest, it’s not been a good year.

Stein was harsh this year. Those webbed hands just smacking around the poor farmers left and right. 

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13 minutes ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

Between some growers not being able to frost protect their crop and the added costs of having to bring in equipment to pump water so they can harvest, it’s not been a good year.

That’s unfortunate.    It is a much smaller industry in Mass than it used to be but that stinks for those farmers. 
 

edit.  As per this (month old) article, production might actually be up this year by 1%. https://www.bizjournals.com/boston/news/2020/08/21/ma-drought-expected-to-leave-cranberry-growers.amp.html

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27 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

A/C humming away last night and a few more nights to come. We 2-ply.

Had a fan on in one room. Slept like a baby. Meh 65 degrees in and out

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

Dews are up. Sheets stuck to taint, acting like floss?

? 65 dewpoint. I guess being on the coast it's an issue.  I am saving the electricity cost, no need.

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