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6 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

^don't believe that map for MBY, but did have some big boy/girl rain in the last 90 minutes. Around 0.3” for the day and 0.4” for the last 3 days. 

The first level yellow is a half inch. I am in the green adjacent to that which is a quarter to a half. About right, but I am much closer to a quarter.

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Coolish and breezy. Very nice out. Temp is 73. A little rain this morning but not much. Total since Monday is 0.31".

Got the sprinkler on now to make up the deficit. :raining:

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12 minutes ago, CAPE said:

Coolish and breezy. Very nice out. Temp is 73. A little rain this morning but not much. Total since Monday is 0.31".

Got the sprinkler on now to make up the deficit. :raining:

Had a downpour roll over the house around 3. Not sure how much fell but 20 min later the sun came out and got breezy. Grass dried enough and bailed bay before it got butthole tall

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17 minutes ago, H2O said:

Had a downpour roll over the house around 3. Not sure how much fell but 20 min later the sun came out and got breezy. Grass dried enough and bailed bay before it got butthole tall

So want to post a Pulp Fiction clip because I have no idea what your last sentence means...

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4 minutes ago, FXW176 said:

So want to post a Pulp Fiction clip because I have no idea what your last sentence means...

Should have said bailed hay. As in tall grass. The stuff that grows between my weeds. And Sam Jackson away

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Wouldn’t want to offend anyone with such foul language. Being good. At least until the puck drops later this eve. ;)
 

Eta: It’s sunny and breezy. Forgot this was the obs thread.

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42 this morning. had to flip to heat because we left the AC on and it was chilly in the house. Enough cold mornings already. 

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Feels wintry out at 46 degrees.  I am not liking the pattern over the next 10 days with temps 10-20 below average and frequent rains.  Mothers' Day looks wet and cold.  So much for dinner on the patio of one of our favorite restaurants. :(  Oh and the obligatory where was this pattern in February 

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13 minutes ago, Baltimorewx said:

Gorgeous morning...should be a beautiful day, nice change of pace from the last couple humid mornings

Average high temps are low 70s. If we are going to be 8-10 degrees from avg for a few days I will take below over above every time. Fully expect 80s and humid to become the norm for the latter half of the month.

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11 minutes ago, CAPE said:

Average high temps are low 70s. If we are going to be 8-10 degrees from avg for a few days I will take below over above every time. Fully expect 80s and humid to become the norm for the latter half of the month.

Sure I agree...I just wish we could have more consistent low to mid 70s with low humidity but those days are rare around here.

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5 minutes ago, Rvarookie said:

It’s been a pleasant spring but def has felt like there has been too many cold mornings. 

I don't mid 60's during the day but I'm totally over 40's at night. I'd like to get my garden planted before June.

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Would be nice to have a warmer Mothers Day and enjoy outside, but doesn't look like that will be the case. 

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1 hour ago, Baltimorewx said:

Sure I agree...I just wish we could have more consistent low to mid 70s with low humidity but those days are rare around here.

This. Another week missing out on actual 70s-degree weather means the flip to upper 80s will be sudden. 

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3 minutes ago, nj2va said:

This. Another week missing out on actual 70s-degree weather means the flip to upper 80s will be sudden. 

Right..It was my point about a month ago with losetoa6....Completely sunny, low wind, low humidity and within 5 degrees either way of 70 are not all that common in this area. Just not.  Id have to do some research to back it up I guess but Im guessing the number of days in a year that fit that criteria would be under 30

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I don't mid 60's during the day but I'm totally over 40's at night. I'd like to get my garden planted before June.

My tomatoes and peppers are all going strong. In the ground 3 weeks now.

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8 minutes ago, WeatherShak said:

My tomatoes and peppers are all going strong. In the ground 3 weeks now.

A stretch of cold and damp can change that really fast. Cucumbers especially hate cool damp weather. Fungal issues can develop and cause problems. I like to wait until temps are at least 55 at night. I've had healthy plants suddenly go from healthy to mush from long duration cool damp weather. I've tried everything over the years. I get the big loaded monster plants when I plant later. 

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A stretch of cold and damp can change that really fast. Cucumbers especially hate cool damp weather. Fungal issues can develop and cause problems. I like to wait until temps are at least 55 at night. I've had healthy plants suddenly go from healthy to mush from long duration cool damp weather. I've tried everything over the years. I get the big loaded monster plants when I plant later. 

Thanks for the intel!


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Last Sunday was my ideal weather: mid-eighties and low dewpoints. But that never, ever lasts more than a day and we're lucky if we get one day like that per month in the summer.

 

Every year I keep hoping for a dry pattern like 1964 (only three days with measurable rain in May that year, and every summer month had less than two inches of rain) and every year we keep getting stuck in nasty, wet patterns. REALLY frigging depressing to think the climate has changed so much that never again in my lifetime will I see another nice, dry summer.

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8 minutes ago, PrinceFrederickWx said:

Keep it chilly- we have June through September to do our usual non-stop torch, so I'll take what I can get.

Exactly!

We don't really get blistering triple digit heat any more.  90s with mid to upper 70s dews are worse!
Yesterday felt great!

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