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2 hours ago, Itstrainingtime said:

March is the windiest month of the year but this seems extreme.

I moved back into my homestead 15 years ago. Not anytime during those years did anything get blown over on my back patio. Just in the past 3 weeks my Grille, and Heavy patio furniture has blown over 3 times. 

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46 with sun coming through here.  First thunderstorm of the year yesterday as I recorded a daily total of .54" of H2O.  This translates to .015 yards, 8.52 x 10(-6) (my attempt at an exponent) miles, 13.716 millimeters, or .0000682 furlongs.....alright I'll stop now.  Anyway, still like the northern tier to get some decent snow later this week and some anomalous cold air to briefly move in.  850s in the -10 to -15 range are quite stout for this time of year, could see some good radiational cooling Friday night as skies clear and winds lessen.  As for cold records, don't think we'll break any around here, as record lows sit at 22 and 24 for April 2 and 3, respectively.  The April 1st record of 11 from 1923 is a real doozy, quite the outlier, got to go back to March 19th to find a daily record lower than that.  Min max records all seem out of reach as well, with records in the low to mid 30s.  FYI, this is all in regards to Harrisburg area.  Carry on gents....

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Just now, Mount Joy Snowman said:

46 with sun coming through here.  First thunderstorm of the year yesterday as I recorded a daily total of .54" of H2O.  This translates to .015 yards, 8.52 x 10(-6) (my attempt at an exponent) miles, 13.716 millimeters, or .0000682 furlongs.....alright I'll stop now.  Anyway, still like the northern tier to get some decent snow later this week and some anomalous cold air to briefly move in.  850s in the -10 to -15 range are quite stout for this time of year, could see some good radiational cooling Friday night as skies clear and winds lessen.  As for cold records, don't think we'll break any around here, as record lows sit at 22 and 24 for April 2 and 3, respectively.  The April 1st record of 11 from 1923 is a real doozy, quite the outlier, got to go back to March 8th to find a daily record lower than that.  Min max records all seem out of reach as well, with records in the low to mid 30s.  FYI, this is all in regards to Harrisburg area.  Carry on gents....

I am officially anointing you the @CarlislePaWx of Mt Joy :-).

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Just now, Bubbler86 said:

I am officially anointing you the @CarlislePaWx of Mt Joy :-).

I would gladly accept this honor.  The weight of it is not lost on me haha.  Also, I fixed my post but meant to say March 19th, not March 8th, in regards to the record low stuff.  12z GFS likes a nice 4-6" type event across "God's Country" late Wednesday night, similar to 0z Euro.  NAM isn't really having it but it's also at range a bit.

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