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Oh man what a difference in CT from yesterday evening.  BDL dew of 57F is a lot different than 74F yesterday when golfing.  Almost a 20F dew drop.

Feels fresh and dry.  My folks shutting A/C off and opening them up.  

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We'll probably have a stretch of temperatures similar to what we just had, even though the teleconnectors look far and a way more robustly ominous for an actual heat signal - it's like that...

 

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Btw, in memory of Mish Michaels, who we tragically lost  earlier this spring, there is an effort in memoriam,  "The Mish Michaels Exhibit Hall for Scientific Discovery" being constructed at the Blue Hill Observatory.  I brought this to the attention of the board via the banter thread, as there is a fundraising effort in association with the cause.    Details are contained there if anyone wants to drop by and consider, or just take a look.

Secondly, deadly heat wave on the 12z GFS ... "weather" the 850 mb or the sfc 2-meter lag behind the 500 mb non-hydrostatic evolution, as they typically do at this range ( D9 - 13), thus shirking the front 2 days of possible big heat ..., aside, ...closing a 600 dm ridge node over eastern Ohio with zero large scale mechanics for delivery here, would like rival anything that has happened in history should that really evolve that way.. Anyone can go see it but here ...  That would be taking 101 type DTX heat and moving parabolically "over-top" and down on a WNW "d-sploping population demographic" ( lol ) if that happens...

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11 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Btw, in memory of Mish Michaels, who we tragically earlier this spring, there is an effort in memoriam,  "The Mish Michaels Exhibit Hall for Scientific Discovery" being constructed at the Blue Hill Observatory.  I brought this to the attention of the board via the banter thread, as there is a fundraising effort in association with the cause.    Details are contained there if anyone wants to drop by and consider, or just take a look.

Secondly, deadly heat wave on the 12z GFS ... "weather" the 850 mb or the sfc 2-meter lag behind the 500 mb non-hydrostatic evolution, as they typically do at this range ( D9 - 13), thus shirking the front 2 days of possible big heat ..., aside, ...closing a 600 dm ridge node over eastern Ohio with zero large scale mechanics for delivery here, would like rival anything that has happened in history should that really evolve that way.. Anyone can go see it but here ...  That would be taking 101 type DTX heat and moving parabolically "over-top" and down on a WNW "d-sploping population demographic" ( lol ) if that happens...

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2 hours ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Stream flow getting pretty low in most of the state. 

 

https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ma/nwis/rt

Swamp and brook behind the house are completely devoid of water.  Just mud.  Never seen it like that in 13 years of living here.   Nearby, the 8 Mile river is getting very, very low.  Soon to be just stretches of pools of water rather than anything flowing.

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3 minutes ago, metagraphica said:

Swamp and brook behind the house are completely devoid of water.  Just mud.  Never seen it like that in 13 years of living here.   Nearby, the 8 Mile river is getting very, very low.  Soon to be just stretches of pools of water rather than anything flowing.

Stein lives!!

2 years ago the lake here in Dayville was really low at this time, but we are not at that low yet.  The next few weeks will certainly see the level drop.

 

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15 minutes ago, Cold Miser said:

2 years ago the lake here in Dayville was really low at this time, but we are not at that low yet.  The next few weeks will certainly see the level drop.

 

It's pretty dry everywhere, but locally it's been exceptional.  Almost all the convective rain has missed north or south since June 1st.   Less than an inch of rain total since June 1st.

June 1st   trace
June 2nd   trace
June 17th  .10"
June 22nd  .10"
July 14th  trace
July 16th  trace
July 19th  .70"
July 25th  trace

 

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