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6 hours ago, bluewave said:

This MCS looks like it will be more impressive than the storms on Monday were. 
 

http://www.meteo.psu.edu/fxg1/NAMSFC4_6z/rloop.html


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What is amazing about this one is the threat did not come into focus until yesterday evening.  As of yesterday afternoon today was supposed to be partly sunny and warm where I live. Certainly no expectation of potential heavy rain or a tornado watch.

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50 minutes ago, Gravity Wave said:

Looks like some action ahead of the main line in SEPA. What could become our MCS is still west of Harrisburg.

I'm not far from the Milford New Jersey area but in Pennsylvania. Heavy showers moving through but nothing severe, a line further west looks a little bit more impressive. Temperature about 70.

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Looks like im going to luck out between the squeeze play and avoid the storms...storms to north and storms to south..maybe because i was basically cloudy and maybe 75 tops all day

 

Man these models are brutal

 

Now im doubting tomorrow's  95 and i bet the sun doesnt show til noon

 

Wouldnt want to take my chances with cool and clouds at the beaches

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33 minutes ago, winterwarlock said:

Looks like im going to luck out between the squeeze play and avoid the storms...storms to north and storms to south..maybe because i was basically cloudy and maybe 75 tops all day

 

Man these models are brutal

 

Now im doubting tomorrow's  95 and i bet the sun doesnt show til noon

 

Wouldnt want to take my chances with cool and clouds at the beaches

Yup. I sure it will take a while to burn off the clouds tomorrow morning. 

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8 minutes ago, bluewave said:

The outflow boundary from the MCS may stall out across the area into tomorrow and influence where the sea breeze front sets up. So the actual high temperatures could be a nowcasters special. Seems like every warm up since late March has hit some kind of resistance.

Latest nams keep north jersey below 90 and nyc/LI 70’s

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