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15 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Chilly May days

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Where are all the Mets who were talking about an early summer pattern?

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Everyone had a BN to N first half of May. It’s after the 20th that things flip warm. Signals all there. Until the 15th it’s 60’s with maybe a 70 one day with DSD. We’ve seen far far worse patterns in May.

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8 minutes ago, kdxken said:

Where are all the Mets who were talking about an early summer pattern?

Looks like it will break by Memorial day? End of the month hopefully turns the corner 

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1 minute ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Everyone had a BN to N first half of May. It’s after the 20th that things flip warm. Signals all there. Until the 15th it’s 60’s with maybe a 70 one day with DSD. We’ve seen far far worse patterns in May.

Um not everyone but we won't bump your mid April posts but good luck on all 60s and above 

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19 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Um not everyone but we won't bump your mid April posts but good luck on all 60s and above 

I’ve often wondered why you think charts temps thru 10 days are accurate. 

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Definitely some signs it turns warmer after the 18th or so. But nothing summer like I’d say. In any case, cool and wet perhaps until then. Sunny days should be decent with May sunshine, but in and up ftl as a trough parks overhead. 

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51 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

I’ve often wondered why you think charts temps thru 10 days are accurate. 

Mayorch  or Mayarch?

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2 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Looks like they were accidentally looking at some AUG 81-2010 numbers when making the comparison to some of the new CON ones. The September 81-10 for AUG was 69.6/50.5/60.0. That would give you the exact changes they listed for CON when comparing to the new CON numbers.

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1 hour ago, CoastalWx said:

Definitely some signs it turns warmer after the 18th or so. But nothing summer like I’d say. In any case, cool and wet perhaps until then. Sunny days should be decent with May sunshine, but in and up ftl as a trough parks overhead. 

Too far out there for my liking. Early May was looking nice in that time frame a couple weeks ago too.

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11 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Too far out there for my liking. Early May was looking nice in that time frame a couple weeks ago too.

Well as climo goes it ramps up at least. But yeah, a dip in the means could signal continued troughing.

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3 hours ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Everyone had a BN to N first half of May. It’s after the 20th that things flip warm. Signals all there. Until the 15th it’s 60’s with maybe a 70 one day with DSD. We’ve seen far far worse patterns in May.

I agree. Things will sizzle shortly after mid May. Could be testing 90F+ last week of May. 

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2 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Well as climo goes it ramps up at least. But yeah, a dip in the means could signal continued troughing.

Maybe we can at least get the trough to position itself to favor cold pool setups for us

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10 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Almost Full sun and mild in the sun. Just too much pollen . Clouds melting away under strong May sun west to east . Heavy heavy pollen 

55F with full sun is nice in March. On May 6 it sucks.

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24 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Almost Full sun and mild in the sun. Just too much pollen . Clouds melting away under strong May sun west to east . Heavy heavy pollen 

The nape-bake rating is very high ... the only thing to holding it shy of 10 is the annoying like breeze.   If the ambient T can bath a 64 ...that would offset the breeze and become less annoying. But at 58, on the edge. 

The sun is very hot and intense now though.  We are passing through the front boundary of the 'solar maximum' - ...I've commented/waxed about the solar minimum in the winter.  This is this the other end:    May 8th to Aug 8th    contrasting    Nov 8th to Feb 8th  ... with the in between the transitions.  It matters...   Going forward, a cold morning heading into a slackening wind, open sky day will nape-bake a fake consolation.   Like Scott was saying, sunny days over the next shit weeks will likely do this ... and at least give the prisoners conjugal visits - LOL.  Lower elevations down here will do better, too ...when the d-slope etc...

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14 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

It’s plenty warm in the sun . Shorts and long sleeve is perfect 

Ya got your March install running?

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9 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

How’s the sawing? Bundled up in parkas and muffs on this beautiful warm day?

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