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E PA/NJ/DE Summer 2021 OBS Thread


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1 minute ago, Hurricane Agnes said:

That might actually be an outflow boundary.  It actually just started forming within the past 15 minutes moving out ahead of the main line.  The main line is stll back a bit.

You'll get it soon. It was decent....25-30mph+?

Thunder here, rain should start soon.

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5 minutes ago, Hurricane Agnes said:

Well so far, I got 0.22" out of it which is fine since I already got 1.68" yesterday.  So a good top-off ahead of the torch the next couple days. :lol:

The rain did drop the temp to 75 and the dp "down to" 73.  Still getting some light rain.

I was out yesterday so not sure what we got but I can tell you that my grass is plenty brown. Glad you are getting some relief from the dp lol

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12 minutes ago, Birds~69 said:

Some rolling thunder and light rain...rolled out the tarp at CBP.

Temp took a dive 73F / DP 70F

Yeah, what is with this late-ass  thunder?  There was nothing as it came through and now like 45 minutes later, we're hearing I guess what is the rocking and rolling going on in Jersey. :lol:

As a note, my BIL and one of his buddies went to see the Phillies last night and I told my sis that they had to have been in a rain delay because there was a huge blob sitting right over the stadium area.  I think it was a delay for something like 90 minutes.  They probably should have just given up at that point considering what happened when they resumed. :huh:

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10 minutes ago, Hurricane Agnes said:

Yeah, what is with this late-ass  thunder?  There was nothing as it came through and now like 45 minutes later, we're hearing I guess what is the rocking and rolling going on in Jersey. :lol:

As a note, my BIL and one of his buddies went to see the Phillies last night and I told my sis that they had to have been in a rain delay because there was a huge blob sitting right over the stadium area.  I think it was a delay for something like 90 minutes.  They probably should have just given up at that point considering what happened when they resumed. :huh:

Friend of mine was there as well.  I gave him a heads up that there was going to be a nice delay.  He finally left at 12:30 AM.  

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27 minutes ago, Hurricane Agnes said:

Yeah, what is with this late-ass  thunder?  There was nothing as it came through and now like 45 minutes later, we're hearing I guess what is the rocking and rolling going on in Jersey. :lol:

As a note, my BIL and one of his buddies went to see the Phillies last night and I told my sis that they had to have been in a rain delay because there was a huge blob sitting right over the stadium area.  I think it was a delay for something like 90 minutes.  They probably should have just given up at that point considering what happened when they resumed. :huh:

I'm still getting it at 8:45pm. Probably the most memorable thing about this event....sounds like I live in the basement of a bowling alley.

73F / DP 72F 

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I'm in Lake Placid NY until Saturday. First time up here, and wow it's beautiful! Got up at 4:45am to go watch the sunrise at Cobble Overlook (around 2350' elevation). Hoping to either drive or hike to the peak of Whiteface Mountain tomorrow (around 4850' elevation). Wish I could live up here year round, plus they average 100+ inches of snow. Side note, some severe storms forecasted for up here today.

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34 minutes ago, Newman said:

I'm in Lake Placid NY until Saturday. First time up here, and wow it's beautiful! Got up at 4:45am to go watch the sunrise at Cobble Overlook (around 2350' elevation). Hoping to either drive or hike to the peak of Whiteface Mountain tomorrow (around 4850' elevation). Wish I could live up here year round, plus they average 100+ inches of snow. Side note, some severe storms forecasted for up here today.

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we did that a couple of years ago...it is awesome...there's a good BBQ place right on main street that sits on the lake...we drove up to whiteface which is worth it but it's a long hike...if you are looking for a shorter hike i can recommend mt. jo...only takes a couple of hours at most to get up and down but the views are great

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