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Central PA - Fall 2021


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12 minutes ago, pasnownut said:

and fwiw, that last line definately saved the forecast totals for the LSV.  True central looks to be the big winners tho.

I thought the forecasted totals ended up being pretty close.  I was a sceptic at first.  The call for the rain to intensify into the day, or however the wording was stated, was not good for the LSV but may be more appropriate for Northern areas of their forecast area. 

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Well it's just ending here now.  Impressive totals and in perfect alignment with the NWS forecasted amounts of 3-5".  I've had 3.28" since midnight along with 0.49" yesterday for a 2-day event total of 3.77".  That brings my September total to 9.09" and year-to-date total of 35.37".  I'm ready for the beautiful fall weather to make its appearance later today.

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13 minutes ago, pasnownut said:

and fwiw, that last line definately saved the forecast totals for the LSV.  True central looks to be the big winners tho.

 

9 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Yikes, long day.  You had to earn those 30 days off.  LOL.  I did see that down south of Aberdeen.   The radar is about as deep red as it can get before going pink.  Probably some fairly major street flooding down there. 

3.03" since midnight here - still raining, but intensity is lessening. 

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2 minutes ago, CarlislePaWx said:

Well it's just ending here now.  Impressive totals and in perfect alignment with the NWS forecasted amounts of 3-5".  I've had 3.28" since midnight along with 0.49" yesterday for a 2-day event total of 3.77".  That brings my September total to 9.09" and year-to-date total of 35.37".  I'm ready for the beautiful fall weather to make its appearance later today.

Looks to me like we'll end up with very similar totals. 

I'm ready for some great fall weather as well! 

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7 minutes ago, Cashtown_Coop said:

Visible sat shows that nicely.   Give or take, 3” for both ob sites in Adams.   

Yep, I got up near 3" with one last burst this AM.  The 2-3" calls were decent.  3-5" seems overblown though I guess technically if you got 3.1" it was right.  They were probably basing it on the rain intensifying into the day info last night.  Models were pretty clear the rain was gone from the LSV by mid morning. 

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19 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

I thought the forecasted totals ended up being pretty close.  I was a sceptic at first.  The call for the rain to intensify into the day, or however the wording was stated, was not good for the LSV but may be more appropriate for Northern areas of their forecast area. 

Yeah, I guess the bust I saw was for yesterday evenings calls that didnt really verify.  From my limited view, overnight and this AM looked to be when the goods would come....and they sure did.

A W is a W, even if not totally to script.  Take it and run

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14 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

 

3.03" since midnight here - still raining, but intensity is lessening. 

did you see my klns precip summary from above?  I heard a few showers overnight, but when I left for work, it was just damp.  I did sleep like a rock tho, so maybe I missed some of it.

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8 minutes ago, pasnownut said:

did you see my klns precip summary from above?  I heard a few showers overnight, but when I left for work, it was just damp.  I did sleep like a rock tho, so maybe I missed some of it.

I sure did, and as I said earlier, I heard nothing at all. I was stunned when I looked at the station.

Speaking of which, I'm going to make a serious run at 4". I'm up to 3.61" for the event now. Still raining. 

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2 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

That's incredible. 

Is my station malfunctioning? 

There was a fairly large dry slot that ran up through the middle of the LSV.  I expect lots of under 2" totals there.   I would think LNS will go up at 10AM as will MDT.  Not sure they get to 3" though....Maybe LNS? 

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1 minute ago, Bubbler86 said:

There was a fairly large dry slot that ran up through the middle of the LSV.  I expect lots of under 2" totals there.   I would think LNS will go up at 10AM as will MDT.  Not sure they get to 3" though....Maybe LNS? 

I really don't believe my station is wrong. I'm dumbfounded at the report from MDT though, which gave me pause. It is so dark here that I can't see to work without all of the lights on. 

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3 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

There was a fairly large dry slot that ran up through the middle of the LSV.  I expect lots of under 2" totals there.   I would think LNS will go up at 10AM as will MDT.  Not sure they get to 3" though....Maybe LNS? 

We are over 3" in Palmyra. Still raining. 

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11 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

I really don't believe my station is wrong. I'm dumbfounded at the report from MDT though, which gave me pause. It is so dark here that I can't see to work without all of the lights on. 

LNS just came in and they are at an event total of about 1.2" over the last 24 hours.    Still raining but not for long.   Not at all saying your station is wrong as you must have had enhanced rain prior to sunrise. 

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6 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

LNS just came in and they are at an event total of about 1.2" over the last 24 hours.    Still raining but not for long.   Not at all saying your station is wrong as you must have had enhanced rain prior to sunrise. 

Just talked to someone in Marietta (one mile from me) and he's at 4.11" for the event. Flooding in many places. 

I feel MUCH better now about my totals. 

I'm at 3.81" and the rain has slowed to a drizzle. 

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7 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

Just talked to someone in Marietta (one mile from me) and he's at 4.11" for the event. Flooding in many places. 

I feel MUCH better now about my totals. 

I'm at 3.81" and the rain has slowed to a drizzle. 

Its going to be a mixed bag as looking at radar estimated, most of the central and eastern LSV is still under 2".  Waiting for any final updates.  Looks like York will come in under 2" (Thomasville).   The models had that jackpot look to them yesterday where a few would score but not the whole area. 

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