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Central PA 2020 Fall - The Hope begins

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3 hours ago, Cashtown_Coop said:

100 % agree

seeing flakes flying over a white landscape to refresh whatever is there is just pinch me kinda stuff.  I love it.  Deep snowpack is great, but not likely round here.  I/we can get clipped/jipped frequently and am totally cool w/ those NW flow patterns as when right, we are talking about events every few days....and as we know we can get lucky once in a while and have a decent event thrown in.  Just talking bout it makes me giddy.  

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1 hour ago, Voyager said:

0.65 in the gauge today after striking out yesterday. its just so gloomy, yet still muggy today, though...

i can probably get that much out of my t shirt after being outside for an hour.  

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6 minutes ago, paweather said:

Drops of rain coming inbound in my location. :-) 

Storms to watch are entering Garrett County currently.   Models show this batch intensifying and hitting eastern counties hard.   Hrrr and whatever the in-house TWC model is.   

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1 minute ago, Cashtown_Coop said:

I had a quick .37” here.   Tropical downpour.   Another .50”+ day with the earlier rain 

Wow, we missed that first one.  We had some mist today but not measurable.   It was indeed a tropical downpour here but it just lasted maybe 5 min....or even a bit less.

 

 

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Just now, Bubbler86 said:

Wow, we missed that first one.  We had some mist today but not measurable.   It was indeed a tropical downpour here but it just lasted maybe 5 min....or even a bit less.

 

 

Yeah that first round slide north of the golf course but hit the house.  

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Surprised somewhat by the amount of rain today here. Between the morning session and the line of storms this evening, we tipped the bucket at 1.19" for the calendar day.

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2 hours ago, paweather said:

Do I see blue here? 

Yup sure do, Denver may have their first snow of the season with that trough dumping into the Rockies. The Euro has been showing that as well. How's this for insane...look at the Euro ensemble output for KDEN. Literally supposed to be 90-100 for a high for a few days right up to the day before it maybe snowing there. 

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Just now, Cashtown_Coop said:

Cloudy and 76 here.  Not feeling it 

Sort of agree with you...but I noticed that the winds are NE at Capital City and at MDT, but S at LNS. If I understand correctly, one area to watch for the development of rotating storms is in the vicinity of where winds are veering from different directions. That seems to be set up right over the southern tier right now. 

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1 minute ago, paweather said:

Yeah I feel the same way as well. I don't get a good vibe on activity this afternoon/evening but who knows. Cloudy here all day, but humid no sun to stir things up in the atmosphere. 

Sun is in and out here. I'm at 82 so a decent amount warmer than Cashtown and those to my north. I'm definitely keeping an eye on this - fully recognizing that the threat is far less as you go north of the 'pike. 

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Just now, Itstrainingtime said:

Sun is in and out here. I'm at 82 so a decent amount warmer than Cashtown and those to my north. I'm definitely keeping an eye on this - fully recognizing that the threat is far less as you go north of the 'pike. 

Yep absolutely, you are definitely I think in a more primer spot for activity. 

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3 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Sort of agree with you...but I noticed that the winds are NE at Capital City and at MDT, but S at LNS. If I understand correctly, one area to watch for the development of rotating storms is in the vicinity of where winds are veering from different directions. That seems to be set up right over the southern tier right now. 

You may have a better chance if your area.  Ive had on and off showers all day 

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