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June, 2021 Discussion


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48 minutes ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

We’d be in pretty rough shape without that deluge on Memorial Day weeken. Dry before, and dry after 

Without that 0.96" deluge, we'd have had only 0.33" in the past 38 days.  Even with it, 1.29" (0.06" this month) is pitiful, especially in garden establishment season.

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Just now, tamarack said:

Without that 0.96" deluge, we'd have had only 0.33" in the past 38 days.  Even with it, 1.29" (0.06" this month) is pitiful, especially in garden establishment season.

Damn that is awful.  Over 8 here and Kevin has over 9. 

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6 minutes ago, dendrite said:

I ditched the shelled BOSS for just sunflower hearts and will never go back. I get a lot more different birds now and none of the mess. You pay a little more, but it's not really that much more since a lot of the weight of shelled ones is waste.

We put out suet and seed-encrusted blocks - no mess but the blue jays probably eat 90% of it, with woodpeckers, chickadees, various finches and the first red-breasted grosbeak I've ever seen sharing the rest.

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5 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Will try in the one feeder that is messy. But what I noticed is the doves and nut hatches love to ground pick under the messy one.

The mourning doves still ground feed under the hearts for me. The little birds spill some here and there and the doves/chippies/squirrels gobble it up. Sometimes the white throated sparrows, cardinals, and blue jays are down there too. The nuthatches are usually on my suet...we lost a red breasted one the other day from a window hit. I saved a wood thrush though.

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5 minutes ago, tamarack said:

We put out suet and seed-encrusted blocks - no mess but the blue jays probably eat 90% of it, with woodpeckers, chickadees, various finches and the first red-breasted grosbeak I've ever seen sharing the rest.

I get at least one breeding pair of red breasted grosbeaks every year...love them.

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1 hour ago, Lava Rock said:

no surprise. Every time local mets say it's going to rain or shwr, I jokingly tell my wife "yeah right". Supposed to get some chances tomorrow too, but I'm sure they'll fizzle and/or miss too. 0.14" for the month so far

the silver lining is that now everyone's yard looks like Lava's

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11 minutes ago, Chrisrotary12 said:

Going to need NNE to win at some point before August. I would like there to actually be water in the river I plan to spend a week fishing. lol

Nosey me asks which river?  Not many allow a week's fishing unless one intends to stop for a day or two a couple times.  The two that come to mind are the Allagash and St. John, and for the latter I'll quote the "Franglese" of a former co-worker: "In Haugust I'm put my snowshoe on my feet and canoe on my back and walk down the river!"  For canoeing the St. John one should check the flow gauge at Dickey.  If it's under 3,000 cfs one best makes other plans.

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Not thinking today will a complete washout. We will have to
contend with a series or mid level shortwaves, so thinking along
the lines of periods of showers, with at least a small break in
between rounds. Greatest chances for measurable rainfall will be
across the western half of southern New England. Locally heavy
rainfall is possible, but not very likely.

He think wrong.

 

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2 minutes ago, kdxken said:
Not thinking today will a complete washout. We will have to
contend with a series or mid level shortwaves, so thinking along
the lines of periods of showers, with at least a small break in
between rounds. Greatest chances for measurable rainfall will be
across the western half of southern New England. Locally heavy
rainfall is possible, but not very likely.

He think wrong.

 

Not sure how you think it's not very likely when you looked at radar. Anyways, glad it's a Monday and not a Saturday.

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Man that’s some weird polygons out by Albany. Storm is moving due east and they have a polygon pointed southeast and northeast on it. Anyways, tomorrow could be interesting for some strong storms if you want to believe the NAM. Also hoping that TD of the Carolinas gets its act together and delivers some waves to the coast. Haven’t brought the surfboard out lately. 

 

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4 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

Like I said, 5 bun run :lol: 

You know it's funny ... getting this particular model to see any kind of TC initiation and subsequent maintenance thereafter takes a cyborg futuristic neural implant directly into the ocular brain cortex -  yet, there it is.

Meanwhile, no other guidance that typically self-finishes and sprays orgasmic TCs all over the map doesn't put out diddly squat out in that time.

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