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Not sure if this is all 100% accurate , especially high temps when the sensors get a bit extra sun and dews tend to run a bit high at times compared to  BDL, CEF, etc  but this is the closest closest PWS in my area of Enfield in July. Definitely the wettest month since I've been living here for sure.  

 

July 1, 2021 - July 31, 2021

High Low Average

Temperature 95.0 °F 55.4 °F 70.8 °F

Dew Point 79.1 °F 54.0 °F 65.9 °F

Humidity 99 % 35 % 86 %

Precipitation 16.01 in 

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The closest 2 Davis stations to my house show only 11.24 and 8.86 for the month.  That must be why Drought Monitor still has this area in the abnormally dry category.

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8 hours ago, backedgeapproaching said:

Never seen it flood so bad in downtown Manchester, water just pouring from every direction into the shopping district into businesses--torrents. There isn't really a main river near downtown, so it takes a ton of water to flood it. Took a quick trip and the guy I talked to said I missed the worst of the flash flooding too by about 10 mins.

The backyard river is raging, almost shaking the ground. So much for the .40" modeled.  Ha

It looks like another round of heavy rain is headed your way.

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If you’re going to get a TC up here you need a synoptic setup similar to Tues to Friday, next week. That’s a window for big rains *if* the sleeping tropics could stir something up off the SE coast. A stalled frontal boundary on guidance shows the potential. 

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MJO to phase 8 and timed with a significant pump of the WAR. It’s as if Kevin has written the script for next week. 

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2.25" last night, with 0.75" falling between 10:00 and 10:20. it was pouring.

15.25" on the month. ok, that's enough. Can we turn off that god-forsaken drought monitor now?

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9 minutes ago, jbenedet said:

If you’re going to get a TC up here you need a synoptic setup similar to Tues to Friday, next week. That’s a window for big rains *if* the sleeping tropics could stir something up off the SE coast. A stalled frontal boundary on guidance shows the potential. 

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MJO to phase 8 and timed with a significant pump of the WAR. It’s as if Kevin has written the script for next week. 

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Yup the 7-10 days of coc k forecasts are in trouble . 

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4 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Yup the 7-10 days of coc k forecasts are in trouble . 

Who forecasted that? Always Friday to Wed . But no furnace after like you forecasted. Enjoy your cocadoodledewlessness days my friend.  I know you will

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40 minutes ago, backedgeapproaching said:

4.68" final. 

This is a small neighborhood on the immediate western slopes of the Greens in Manchester. This WAS the road out..

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Those banks are cut almost as straight as Kevin's driveway snow in January.

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