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July 2021 Discussion


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3 hours ago, SJonesWX said:

i know DIT and especially the Troll Tiger say they love the dewy weather, but there is no way either of them are enjoying this. Outside activities, particularly on the weekends, have been mostly a fail.

 It's summer, prime-time.  Why wouldn't I enjoy it?  Sure we've had some crap days, but most of the time has been warm and humid, almost no cool and dry weather at all.  I never understood why people complain about weather, especially the winter fiends inJanuary and not snowing every day.  At least it's winter (if you enjoy that)

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1 hour ago, jbenedet said:

Reminds me a lot of winter. Trough overhead but no CP air masses to be found.

High temps are BN when we’re socked in but just about across the board, dews are way up and night time temps are at/above normal.

Yeah ...it more so appears the neutralization of anomalies is more likely attributed to clouds abundance under this non-hydrostatic nadir/ DP collecting pool.

Really, the metaphor works.   It festers.  There is no scouring CAA of 48 F DP with 26 mph NW katabatic streamline drying going on.  We keep smearing out these wet intervals into what's coming tomorrow.   88/ 74 ...  The next nadir either arrives, but really 'emerges' out of the non-linear wave mechanics of the negative region between the WAR and west ridge nodes..., train convection and the cycles starts over.

You can already see the next oscillation setting up for hour 60 -

still, not seeing substantive continental drying that typically happens at our latitude's summers some ~ 7 to 10 day periodicity in the 1900 to 2000 climate.

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14 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Yeah ...it more so appears the neutralization of anomalies is more likely attributed to clouds abundance under this non-hydrostatic nadir/ DP collecting pool.

Really, the metaphor works.   It festers.  There is no scouring CAA of 48 F DP with 26 mph NW katabatic streamline drying going on.  We keep smearing out these wet intervals into what's coming tomorrow.   88/ 74 ...  The next nadir either arrives, but really 'emerges' out of the non-linear wave mechanics of the negative region between the WAR and west ridge nodes..., train convection and the cycles starts over.

You can already see the next oscillation setting up for hour 60 -

still, not seeing substantive continental drying that typically happens at our latitude's summers some ~ 7 to 10 day periodicity in the 1900 to 2000 climate.

Days and days and days of dews and months and months of dews 

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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Days and days and days of dews and months and months of dews 

 

17 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

There is no one on earth who actually likes high humidity when outside. No one. 

:facepalm:   .... although, Kevin claims to like it.  

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1 hour ago, Cyclone-68 said:

That’s brutal. I imagine in a normal summer you folks do pretty well up there?

Average annual TS is 15.1 , with 11.2 in met summer, 4.6 in July, max year with 23, lowest 8.  As a wild guess, I'd estimate 60% are weak, 30% garden variety, 10% noteworthy.  YTD is 3 weak, 1 G-V (mid-30s wind) and 1 noteworthy, though without the ultra-close strike it would've rated as weak.  (And 0.3% possibly severe - 6/12/05 had 30 seconds of flying mist with leaves and branches, and toppled a half dozen tall aspens along our road, plus some other trees.  I'd guess 50s to near/above 60 mph.  Also dropped a handful of trees onto the road 1/2 mile to our west.  As it arrived the SW view suddenly looked brighter as trees were bent downward by the gust.)
--Fort Kent  (1/1/76 thru 10/19/85) had fewer, unsurprisingly, with 12.1 annually, 8.7 in met summer, 3.8 for July and max/min 17/6. 
--At Gardiner (11/1/85 thru 5/14/98) the numbers are 13.1/yr, 8.75 in met summer with June tops at3.33 (July 2.83) and 22 in our 1st full year there - 1986 - and a low of 7 in 1992.  July 1991 had none, the only July shutout since moving to Fort Kent.

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7 minutes ago, dendrite said:

We'll clear out for a little late evening radiational cooling so we can fog up nice and thick for morning.

Right - not sure how that can be avoided ( geo f'um physically) in this weird festering positive hydro feed-back loop. 

It's like we need 110 F to get a standard DP depression at this point.   hahaha

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15 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Humidity is awesome. end of story. Like it, love it, embrace it. 

People who say this go from an air conditioned house, to an air conditioned car, to an air conditioned office, back to an air coditioned car, back to an air conditioned house, all while wearing a hoodie because it is “a little chilly.”

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27 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

People who say this go from an air conditioned house, to an air conditioned car, to an air conditioned office, back to an air coditioned car, back to an air conditioned house, all while wearing a hoodie because it is “a little chilly.”

The irony is then when someone says it’s not humid out and it’s enjoyable, they come back with “what do you mean?  It’s miserably humid.  Dew is 70F at my station.  Sweating my whole run.”

Like last week in CT… I hate humidity and was like “It’s comfortable out this evening” and the response was “Are you drunk it’s miserable, you should hate it!”

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1 hour ago, Torch Tiger said:

 It's summer, prime-time.  Why wouldn't I enjoy it?  Sure we've had some crap days, but most of the time has been warm and humid, almost no cool and dry weather at all.  I never understood why people complain about weather, especially the winter fiends inJanuary and not snowing every day.  At least it's winter (if you enjoy that)

Beer?

most of the time warm and humid? I'll give you the humid part, but mostly warm days is flat out wrong.

I'll also give you that there has been no cool and dry weather. There have been very few (4) dry days, however the cool days have outnumbered the HHH days. At mi casa, of the 19 days of July, i have had measurable precip on 15 days (79%). 

assuming my daily average high is around 80, i have had 9 days below normal, 8 days above, and 2 right around normal. Also, assuming 70 is the average daily temp, i have had 10 below normal, 6 days above, and 3 right around normal. I mean, my average temp on July 3 was 56 (14 degrees BN). Prime time summer indeed.

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36 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

People who say this go from an air conditioned house, to an air conditioned car, to an air conditioned office, back to an air coditioned car, back to an air conditioned house, all while wearing a hoodie because it is “a little chilly.”

Yeah basically unless people enjoy sitting in their own sweaty filth. 

Humidity is also extremely dangerous once it gets high enough.

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18 minutes ago, SJonesWX said:

Beer?

most of the time warm and humid? I'll give you the humid part, but mostly warm days is flat out wrong.

I'll also give you that there has been no cool and dry weather. There have been very few (4) dry days, however the cool days have outnumbered the HHH days. At mi casa, of the 19 days of July, i have had measurable precip on 15 days (79%). 

assuming my daily average high is around 80, i have had 9 days below normal, 8 days above, and 2 right around normal. Also, assuming 70 is the average daily temp, i have had 10 below normal, 6 days above, and 3 right around normal. I mean, my average temp on July 3 was 56 (14 degrees BN). Prime time summer indeed.

it's been nicer here, whereas over the MA border and esp.  CNH has been doored quite a bit. Apples and oranges

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1 minute ago, powderfreak said:

What a punt of a day.  It just keeps raining.  This swath has been a permanent feature pretty much all day.

Only needed in winter.  No need in summer.

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Luckily is has pretty much stayed away from me and we actually saw some sunny breaks

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54 minutes ago, PhineasC said:

People who say this go from an air conditioned house, to an air conditioned car, to an air conditioned office, back to an air coditioned car, back to an air conditioned house, all while wearing a hoodie because it is “a little chilly.”

I don't voluntarily use A/C. By that I mean I don't have my own A/C. In the car, yes I use AC. The only time I ever had an AC in my room was when I briefly lived with an ex-girlfriend. but it's such a scenario you presented as the sole reason why people can't tolerate heat/humidity. 

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