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11 minutes ago, canderson said:

It sprinkled (mayyybe a tad heavier for a minute) for about 15 minutes. Calling it a trace. 

same over here. also got a lot cooler too

also next week looks like we get multiple days that might approach 90 or more...probably gonna have to put the ac's in despite how much i dont want to yet. i prefer just having fresh air come in with the house fan on instead of being cooped up inside with the ac lol

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47 minutes ago, TheDreamTraveler said:

same over here. also got a lot cooler too

also next week looks like we get multiple days that might approach 90 or more...probably gonna have to put the ac's in despite how much i dont want to yet. i prefer just having fresh air come in with the house fan on instead of being cooped up inside with the ac lol

75 out and the air goes on here.  LOL.  I am the poor mans version of Trainingtime :-).

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Sweet easterly breeze supported 54 here right now.   Radar estimated 3/4" of rain in some areas of York county.  Probably overdone on the estimate. 

55 here. Finished with .05" of rain. 

Wife and I were walking in rural southern Lanco this afternoon and there were a couple of close lightning strikes down that way. Probably a little more rain in that area.

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Just a trace of rain here today.  It sprinkled for hours but it amounted to nothing.  Today marks the end of my heating season...lol!  Yes, I have had a few days where I had to turn the a/c on.  However, the fairly significant below-normal temps the past 2 weeks have kept the need for a little heat after waking up in the morning to take away some of the chill.  I don't think I've ever gone this deep into Spring while still running the heat.  And, for those of you wondering what temp I set the heat to, it is mainly 72 degrees except for the first 3 hours of my day between 7:30 - 10:30am and between 10:30 and 11:30pm, I raise the temp to 73.

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9 hours ago, CarlislePaWx said:

Just a trace of rain here today.  It sprinkled for hours but it amounted to nothing.  Today marks the end of my heating season...lol!  Yes, I have had a few days where I had to turn the a/c on.  However, the fairly significant below-normal temps the past 2 weeks have kept the need for a little heat after waking up in the morning to take away some of the chill.  I don't think I've ever gone this deep into Spring while still running the heat.  And, for those of you wondering what temp I set the heat to, it is mainly 72 degrees except for the first 3 hours of my day between 7:30 - 10:30am and between 10:30 and 11:30pm, I raise the temp to 73.

Yet, it is 41 here this AM and heat is blowing away.  LOL.

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GFS continues to depict the LSV getting into the top of the ring of fire and the "over the top" moisture feed next weekend.  Acts to both keeps temps much lower than they could be (never hits 80 on the temp panels) and flows quite a bit of moisture this way with .75 to 1.25" LSV wide by this time next week.    CMC moves the center of any heat wave west to the Ohio Valley. 

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1 hour ago, Bubbler86 said:

GFS continues to depict the LSV getting into the top of the ring of fire and the "over the top" moisture feed next weekend.  Acts to both keeps temps much lower than they could be (never hits 80 on the temp panels) and flows quite a bit of moisture this way with .75 to 1.25" LSV wide by this time next week.    CMC moves the center of any heat wave west to the Ohio Valley. 

If only...

Fog is burning off quickly now - we'll see how warm we get. I think we have an outside shot at 80 today...

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Another whopping .01" for me yesterday, bringing me to a total of .05" since May 8th and .76" for the entire month.  Hot and dry looks to be the name of the game for a while, will be pulling for some rain somewhere along the line.  Getting my first round of golf in for the year tomorrow.  Onward....

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