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June, 2021 Discussion


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6 minutes ago, Bostonseminole said:


I asked the lady if it was running a bit high, she said maybe 1-2, weather service is looking to insulate it more. I think my car maxed at 125 and that was consistent across the area and badwater.


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127 or 121 it's definitely not coc.

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1 minute ago, Bostonseminole said:


I asked the lady if it was running a bit high, she said maybe 1-2, weather service is looking to insulate it more. I think my car maxed at 125 and that was consistent across the area and badwater.


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Be thankful that she didn't think you were asking her how high she was or you might have gotten a glass of bad water thrown in your face...

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Saturday looks interesting..

Not sure a defined CF on the isobaric layout is really required - that's just standard reliance features, but a lot of summer events don't even have a cold front.

You have a clear indication of a barotropic intrusion, with theta-e and SW flow arriving 12z - there's a climate signal for day of events with 7 am rumbles and WF passage - btw. 

Meanwhile a W to WNW jet max/right entrance region is nosing into NY/PA by 18z and the rest of the region by dark.  That's got bow wind bomb written all over it.   Heights falling would be better and lapse rate may only be so-so, but these other shear mechanics on the GFS/GGEM operational versions should be notable ..NAM too, actually... We'll see what the Euro thinks but a CF isn't needed with decent CAPE and jet max mechanics, with geographic Lake breeze and/or elevation oriographic triggers

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4 minutes ago, WinterWolf said:

Yes, We’ve had some gorgeous days this spring..many COC days for sure. Today and tomorrow definitely adding to them. 

Even  nice days seem bad when living in Billerica...........For many years Howie Carr described Billerica as being Somerville with trees......

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Reminds me of a weather channel report a long time ago during a snowstorm where they had Cantore on the ground in Natick. The front desk was going to the live report and said "Cantore is in 'na-tick' (instead of 'NA-tick') and he immediately started shaking his head. :lol:

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3 hours ago, Bostonseminole said:


Seems right, like I said car was 124-125 just hot no matter how you slice it. Wonder if it was July or august it would reach 130? What conditions gives you the extra 5 degrees?
 

It's hard to fathom that temperature to be honest.  Seeing you standing nonchalantly next to that thermometer reading is pretty insane to me.  125F and a vibe of just chillin' out there.  Can't imagine that.  I guess it's like stepping into a dry sauna for a bit.

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3 hours ago, Bostonseminole said:


Seems right, like I said car was 124-125 just hot no matter how you slice it. Wonder if it was July or august it would reach 130? What conditions gives you the extra 5 degrees?


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Does a car struggle in that kind of heat? Is there less power? I would think the ac would have a hard time keeping up. Imagine a black car outside turned off with the windows up in that heat. The inside would probably melt. 

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