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2022 Mid-Atlantic Severe Wx Thread (General Discussion Etc)


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2 minutes ago, Scraff said:

Ok ok. You got me sold! Next bottle I see that says 2022–I’m all in! I do have a bottle of Utopias barrel aged World Wide Stout in waiting, but I’m trying to save that for the next blizzard. :lol:

Good stuff. Not as good as the original or the BBA version imo, but good.

The 2022 120 min IPA has a different look to the artwork on the bottle, so easy to tell. Also has the abv listed for the first time ever (16.6%).

Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA - Buy Online | Drizly

 

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13 minutes ago, WxUSAF said:

Going to be bumping the drought thread by July 4 :(

I have the sprinkler going now lol as mother nature provides some light sprinkles and drizzle to supplement :rolleyes:

Soil already pretty dry here with the trees robbing everything.

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44 minutes ago, CAPE said:

Good stuff. Not as good as the original or the BBA version imo, but good.

The 2022 120 min IPA has a different look to the artwork on the bottle, so easy to tell. Also has the abv listed for the first time ever (16.6%).

Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA - Buy Online | Drizly

 

Sold! I need a bottle of that with an episode of Stranger Things 4. :devilsmiley:

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1 hour ago, mappy said:

Only sprinkles here, not even a pity rumble of thunder 

We got a good quarter inch gully washer shower that lasted 5 min.  No thunder.

MD definitely is boring for weather but (normal) people think that is a GOOD thing! ;)

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1 hour ago, North Balti Zen said:

 

That channel is INSANE.  We call those gigabolts!  Last time I saw something like that was in 2006 and it hit in a cemetery.  I did not stick around looking for any skeletons, let me tell you that! :P

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13 minutes ago, high risk said:

another round of splitting supercells along the I-66 corridor.    The left mover of one split might make a run at Leesburg, while the right mover has some modest rotation southwest of Warrenton

The one by Warrenton probably could use a STW soon imo

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Just now, mattie g said:

Absolute deluge with this last cell to end the day. Never came close to verifying severe in any of these storms today, but holy sh*t is it dumping right now.

I had fallen asleep around 830... got woke up by this deluge outside 

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Does anyone have radars in the Purcellville to Leesburg area yesterday when the severe was coming through? A lot of damage from wind and I swear I saw a wall cloud while driving into Leesburg (my son has some video I need to review). A lot of trees down and not all in one direction in the area. I wonder if NWS will take a look. A friend of ours swears a tornado went through their property, but I have not been able to visit.  This was the same one that then hailed on Leesburg. 

Thanks!

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One positive for the lack of rain is I won't have to cut my grass every five days. Been crazy the past six weeks or so. Grass is just constantly long and in need of cutting. Could use a bit of a break.

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1 hour ago, CAPE said:

Need to watch this shortwave digging S and E under that closed upper low over eastern Canada Wed into Thursday. For now, as depicted it's probably a bit too far north for our area.

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I'll definitely become a little more intrigued for the Wed/Thurs shortwave if timing can change a bit. It's probably easier to root for a slightly faster system (late Wed) rather than a slower system (Thurs) as of now as slowing it down by 18 hours may be a bit of a tall order compared to speeding it up by 6 hours. Either trend would maximize daytime heating as you probably know. :)

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