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3 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Williamsport for double digits.    After its failure with this "heat wave" I cannot post it until it redeems itself. 

Can’t post it either, plus the 6-10 and 8-14 day precip maps from NWS CPC look ominous.

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4 minutes ago, TimB84 said:

Can’t post it either, plus the 6-10 and 8-14 day precip maps from NWS CPC look ominous.

 

 

Even if we got slightly below normal it would be a boon right now.  But I can never put too much faith in those maps.  Though technically quite a bit of the CMC precip falls before this map applies.

 

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4 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Even if we got slightly below normal it would be a boon right now.  But I can never put too much faith in those maps.  Though technically quite a bit of the CMC precip falls before this map applies.

 

Anything more than a week out is just for entertainment and discussion purposes, but I’d be shocked if I got 4” of rain between now and the end of this work week.

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51 minutes ago, paweather said:

Looks like training is taking it all today down in OBX. 

Taking what? It's beautiful here. Sunny and 85. Winds are out of the west today but we should get our sea breeze back tomorrow. Not a drop of rain so far and little chance of any until Thursday or Friday.

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22 minutes ago, paweather said:

Good. The radar looked like it but maybe it was just to your west. 

Yes! You got it - very common summer weather pattern where activity forms just inland and slowly migrates further west. It was quite dark across the sound around lunchtime but it was nice right here on the coast. It's cleared out everywhere around us now.  :)

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2 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Yes! You got it - very common summer weather pattern where activity forms just inland and slowly migrates further west. It was quite dark across the sound around lunchtime but it was nice right here on the coast. It's cleared out everywhere around us now.  :)

Seabreeze storms :-)

 

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Just now, Jns2183 said:


Maybe if the storms all pop up over everyone and decide not to move for a few hours


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Ha.  The thing that I do not like about this regime is that Lancaster and York always seem to be the winners....similar to tornado alley down there.  The summer of 2020 was like this much of the season and I got very little out here.  

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6 hours ago, TheDreamTraveler said:

It's 78 degrees with a dew point of 71 at 2:30 am...I can't imagine anyone without ac sleeping pleasantly tonight

I got a shower at 9 last night. We had a fire call at 10 (nothing serious) i was completely drenched in sweat. Came home and showered again. 1206am we had another call (nothing serious) again, completely soaked. came home home and showered again. and laid wide awake until 330 :blink: 

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