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9 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

82/75, nasty.

I didn't even notice that huge fog/strata bank from SE CT across all of southern RI into the New Bedford region of Mass.   Looking at the satellite ..that appears a part of very rich low level/warm theta-e arriving across the outer cooler shelf waters.... That whole miasma is tainting the S. Coast. Should stay east of your location, but ..that 75 DP you're putting up this hour probably hearkens to said rich air.   

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4 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

If the EPS is right, we may see some of the hottest and most humid weather yet to start August. Congrats on the step down. 

heh.. you beat me to this by 3 hours it appears.  

I wrote about that in my usual tl;dr way an hour ago, agreed - although, I added concepts. 

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5 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

It feels like thunderstorms if that’s a thing.  Has this breezy, humid heat at the mountain that just feels like it wants to go boom.

But CC abandoned the trough mechanism.. LOL... 

I bet there was a time in the distant solar-system's earlier life, prior to Venus' run-away CC ... when their atmosphere always felt like a thunderstorm that could never happen. 

I'm joking, but this SPC and slight risk and all that, looked much more promising to deliver back 4 days ago... But since, like all troughs have done this season, the models slowly backed away from the bully arrival and that's sort of lowered expectations some.

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3 hours ago, 512high said:

Please no! So done with this Sh_t..... 76/75 @ 7am ...I just hope for a good drink from the sky later today....but then again I live in Nashua, everything lately goes right around us,lol just like the past winter! 

We had a good storm about 3-4 weeks ago that gave me 30 seconds of pea sized hail. Lol

probably only good t-storm I’ve experienced here in the 10 years I’ve lived here. 
 

January 2015 blizzard was nice though.

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5 hours ago, kdxken said:

I was watching a board of health meeting last night. Six applications for emergency well digging. It's dry.

Same in southern NH. Many wells are once again running dry. Amazing how many homes in southern NH have a sprinkler system. All a sprinkler system does is help deplete a precious resource.

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1 hour ago, Typhoon Tip said:

I didn't even notice that huge fog/strata bank from SE CT across all of southern RI into the New Bedford region of Mass.   Looking at the satellite ..that appears a part of very rich low level/warm theta-e arriving across the outer cooler shelf waters.... That whole miasma is tainting the S. Coast. Should stay east of your location, but ..that 75 DP you're putting up this hour probably hearkens to said rich air.   

I think that when it comes to thunderstorms, the haves and have nots line runs more of a SSW to NNE direction, where your location in terms of Western position is favored versus Eastern. This is compared to the snowfall rules, in which being further north, or simply being away from the South Coast, begins to favor you even if you are sort of close to the East coastline. Obviously, heading north is heading away from the sun that generates or supports the storms, in a general sense.
 

Sure, the south coast is not favored compared to, say, West Hartford. But you’re still going to usually be much better off in Southbury CT or maybe even North Haven, than you would be in Providence County RI. 
 

some of you may already knew this without me saying, but I thought it was interesting enough to notate.

The first small cumulus are starting to form near IJD area now.

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1 hour ago, Typhoon Tip said:

I didn't even notice that huge fog/strata bank from SE CT across all of southern RI into the New Bedford region of Mass.   Looking at the satellite ..that appears a part of very rich low level/warm theta-e arriving across the outer cooler shelf waters.... That whole miasma is tainting the S. Coast. Should stay east of your location, but ..that 75 DP you're putting up this hour probably hearkens to said rich air.   

Interesting. 88/77 now lol.

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23 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Hm... not sure I've ever seen Logan 91 on a S wind...

 

How about 102F on Hot Saturday with an easterly component. :lol:

BOS,1975-08-02 15:00,METAR KBOS 021500Z 13004KT 10SM CLR 33/22 A2992 RMK 803BOS7/34 7/88 8/7 8/9 SLP132 T03330217 570/1
BOS,1975-08-02 16:00,METAR KBOS 021600Z 14004KT 10SM CLR 34/22 A2991 RMK BOS7/34 7/88 7/107/8/7 BPT V WWWWWWQQ SLP129 T03390217 580/9
BOS,1975-08-02 17:00,METAR KBOS 021700Z 14005KT 10SM CLR 36/21 A2990 RMK BOS7/34 7/88 8/7 8/9 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA SLP125 T03610211 570/1
BOS,1975-08-02 18:00,METAR KBOS 021800Z 16005KT 10SM CLR 38/21 A2988 RMK FEW CU/814 83BOS7/34 7/88 7/107 8/7 8/9 SLP119 8/100 T03780211
BOS,1975-08-02 19:00,METAR KBOS 021900Z 13005KT 10SM CLR 38/21 A2986 RMK FEW CUBOS7/34 7/88 8/7 8/9 SLP112 T03780206 570/1
BOS,1975-08-02 20:00,METAR KBOS 022000Z 12007KT 10SM CLR 37/20 A2985 RMK FEW CUBOS7/34 7/88 8/7 8/9 SLP108 T03670200 570/1
BOS,1975-08-02 21:00,METAR KBOS 022100Z 13006KT 10SM CLR 36/20 A2985 RMK FEW CU/610 1100BOS7/34 7/88 8/7 8/ 9 SLP108 T03560200 570/1
BOS,1975-08-02 22:00,METAR KBOS 022200Z 10007KT 10SM CLR 37/19 A2986 RMK SLP102 T03670189

 

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1 hour ago, TauntonBlizzard2013 said:

Purple dot above 2J is about where I live, give or take.

Think I’m going to be having a discussion with some of my neighbors this weekend about watering their lawns for hours on end.

Maybe I’m worrying about nothing, but better safe than sorry 

 

The bedrock is sandstone, and the overburden is sand and gravel.  What do you know about your well?  do you know the depth to water, total depth, screen interval or open borehole length ?  

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