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E PA/NJ/DE Summer 2021 OBS Thread


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6 minutes ago, JTA66 said:

Clouds have moved in, knocking me down from 92F to 89F :thumbsup:

Yeah, the cirrus of this morning has been replaced by some ominous cumulus and that cloud over knocked me down from 93 to around 88.  I did recover back to 92 (even with the mostly cloudy), but the dews dropped out of the mid-70s down to 71.

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Well I tapped 94 just before 3 pm and am now in the 3rd day of 90s as an "official heatwave".  There was a bit of a breeze here that seemed to help mix out some of the worst of the humidity, although it was still like a furnace out there for this early in the season. Currently down to 86 and party cloudy, with dp 70.

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2 hours ago, Birds~69 said:

74F / DP 72F at 5:45am

Decent chance someone receives a storm today and even a better chance tomorrow...

Let's hope for those storms, already approaching 80F at 8:30 am...79F/DP 75F.

Looks like I only got down to 74F overnight.

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48 minutes ago, JTA66 said:

Been sitting at 85F with a DP of 77F. Looks like storms are starting to pop over Chester County.

Got one popping up just to the east of me and one to the west, only problem is they're moving SSW-NNE. Currently 85F, DP a juicy 76.

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7 minutes ago, KamuSnow said:

Got one popping up just to the east of me and one to the west, only problem is they're moving SSW-NNE. Currently 85F, DP a juicy 76.

I heard the post alert in my browser, looked at my radar, and figured what it is about.  Some smackage about to happen! :lol:

ETA - am seeing some foreboding clouds to my west and south.

 

I just hit the 90 mark with dp 76, so definitely steamy out.

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Up to 1.19" on the VP more in the CoCo bucket multiple water rescues being reported on route 30 between Coatesville and Downingtown....as mentioned prone to flooding with Route 30 being the low spot surrounded by the North and South Valley Hills ramping up pretty quickly from 200 ft asl at 30 up to near 550 ft pretty quickly

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