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June pattern and forecast discussion


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24 minutes ago, Torch Tiger said:

For centuries, Romas were and are discriminated against, and were eventually mass murdered for being associated with criminality and destruction or otherwise.  I think it's a valid omission lol

And the moths were named as such because they were an unwanted, invasive species.

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2 hours ago, Torch Tiger said:

For centuries, Romas were and are discriminated against, and were eventually mass murdered for being associated with criminality and destruction or otherwise.  I think it's a valid omission lol

Japanese Beetle is also now offensive I read. Interesting 

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4 hours ago, powderfreak said:

That must’ve been the year BDL set warmest month on record and it was done with mundane highs and ridiculously high mins.

Avg low at NYC for July 2013 was 73.3, 2nd only to 1908, but 7/13 ranks only 9th for hottest July, as the avg max was barely +1.

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Hot weekend in store...

It's already coming in...The temp here has risen 5 F since 3pm ... now 80 ..after the thunder passed earlier.  The NAM grid has very little temperature falls nocturnally out at Logan with SW offshore flow developing...  and then it's up to 31 and 33 in the 2-meter both tomorrow and Sunday afternoons.  

So, whether y'all are grousing ( but in private really celebrating) that corny GFS look out in the the extended, at least in the foreground there's plenty of summer to be had.  Also, there still a flirtation, synoptically, with siggy heat this next Thur-Sat

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4 hours ago, DavisStraight said:

I like a cool day on the 4th, hate to be outside with sweat running down my asscrack.

I’ll totally take 70’s on the fourth. There’s nothing worse than roasting in the sun for two hours at the Bristol parade. Not as much shade as there used to be do to trees dying…

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21 minutes ago, bristolri_wx said:

They can be wrong too… :D

That's what she said

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/03/science/spongy-moth-romani.html

Ms. Greenwood offered the Japanese beetle as an example. “They try to exterminate it, they try to prevent it, and the language used for those control efforts can become extremely, clearly xenophobic,” she said.

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4 hours ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Hot weekend in store...

It's already coming in...The temp here has risen 5 F since 3pm ... now 80 ..after the thunder passed earlier.  The NAM grid has very little temperature falls nocturnally out at Logan with SW offshore flow developing...  and then it's up to 31 and 33 in the 2-meter both tomorrow and Sunday afternoons.  

So, whether y'all are grousing ( but in private really celebrating) that corny GFS look out in the the extended, at least in the foreground there's plenty of summer to be had.  Also, there still a flirtation, synoptically, with siggy heat this next Thur-Sat

Stein:

The average date of the first 90-degree reading in Boston is June 8th, and we have not hit one officially so far at Logan Airport. It’s not impossible that this weekend brings the first 90-degree day, but because Logan sits — basically — in the water, it could reach 90 degrees in downtown Boston and still only be 80 to 85 at Logan Airport.

The heat will be neither noteworthy nor long-lasting this weekend, but many inland areas will reach 90 degrees. You can see that on Saturday, when the high temperature predicted by the GFS is near 90 degrees. Coastal areas should remain cooler.

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