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July Disc/obs 2021


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1 hour ago, CAPE said:

Another fantastic morning. 59 here.

Dews start to creep up a bit today, but still should be very nice for Late July.

 

Going on a walk soon.   Simply awesome ! 

Garden doing well too.  Many tomatoes are ripening on the vines.  So far a nice mix of cold fronts since late May. Maybe Sunday night we score with more rain after the miss I had last week.  Believe you got .25 inches , maybe more.  

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3 hours ago, WxUSAF said:

Going to OCMD Wednesday night through the weekend and weather looks fantastic right now.

Gonna have to watch this trough dropping in from eastern Canada on the periphery of the strengthening/expanding upper ridge out west. Things could turn more active late week with h5 disturbances rolling through in the NW flow. No washout but definitely some storm chances. Have to watch the MCS potential. CMC kinda hinting.

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18 hours ago, CAPE said:

Gonna have to watch this trough dropping in from eastern Canada on the periphery of the strengthening/expanding upper ridge out west. Things could turn more active late week with h5 disturbances rolling through in the NW flow. No washout but definitely some storm chances. Have to watch the MCS potential. CMC kinda hinting.

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Overall  WPC trends seem drier.   Grass is crispy and ground is like a brick.   Week ahead looks dry and hot.   Entering driest part of summer so far.    

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31 minutes ago, frd said:

Overall  WPC trends seem drier.   Grass is crispy and ground is like a brick.   Week ahead looks dry and hot.   Entering driest part of summer so far.    

Best chance looks like Thursday- Friday, but models currently have the action mostly just south. Some potential for a MCS with this set up, and the GFS is hinting at some sort of organized complex of storms moving in from the upper Midwest. Heads straight south on the next panel though and misses much of our region.

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I mowed yesterday for the first time in 5 weeks, just to knock down the patches of weeds that were able to sprout up.  Scenes straight out of 1930s dust bowl.  Had to stop to put on a dust mask and glasses to help keep it out of my eyes.  When I was done I was covered head to toe in crusted dust as it mixed with sweat.  Miserable. 

Good to see we are now entering a "dry" period.

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2 minutes ago, EastCoast NPZ said:

I mowed yesterday for the first time in 5 weeks, just to knock down the patches of weeds that were able to sprout up.  Scenes straight out of 1930s dust bowl.  Had to stop to put on a dust mask and glasses to help keep it out of my eyes.  When I was done I was covered head to toe in crusted dust as it mixed with sweat.  Miserable. 

Good to see we are now entering a "dry" period.

Watch the chiggers. I immediately shower after mowing, as they are prevalent here. Not sure if they are even more active when conditions are dry.

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5 minutes ago, CAPE said:

Watch the chiggers. I immediately shower after mowing, as they are prevalent here. Not sure if they are even more active when conditions are dry.

Fortunately,  I've not seen them here.  I have no choice but to head straight to the shower; I look like a coal miner at the end of his shift when I'm finished.

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3 hours ago, EastCoast NPZ said:

I mowed yesterday for the first time in 5 weeks, just to knock down the patches of weeds that were able to sprout up.  Scenes straight out of 1930s dust bowl.  Had to stop to put on a dust mask and glasses to help keep it out of my eyes.  When I was done I was covered head to toe in crusted dust as it mixed with sweat.  Miserable. 

Good to see we are now entering a "dry" period.

This may be one of your best pieces so far this season. I can almost feel your misery lol

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