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1 hour ago, North Balti Zen said:

It appears finally caught some rain overnight. Don’t have a station at the new house yet but there are puddles on the patio.

 

1 hour ago, Stormfly said:

Same little cell that tagged us.  Seemingly came out of nowhere as they usually do!

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jealous! missed me 

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Overnight Euro/EPS, GFS/GEFS, and Canadian really choosing violence to start August. Decent consensus for a 594dm ridge, even close to 600dm ridge on the GFS. Would easily spell upper 90s, to 100s over us. With the ridge axis firmly placed over us, would be probably void of storms too.

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47 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

Overnight Euro/EPS, GFS/GEFS, and Canadian really choosing violence to start August. Decent consensus for a 594dm ridge, even close to 600dm ridge on the GFS. Would easily spell upper 90s, to 100s over us. With the ridge axis firmly placed over us, would be probably void of storms too.

RemindME! 10 Days "How violent did the beginning of August get?"

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2 hours ago, Eskimo Joe said:

Overnight Euro/EPS, GFS/GEFS, and Canadian really choosing violence to start August. Decent consensus for a 594dm ridge, even close to 600dm ridge on the GFS. Would easily spell upper 90s, to 100s over us. With the ridge axis firmly placed over us, would be probably void of storms too.

I’ll go with upper 80’s to low 90’s and rain chances every single day. You heard it here first folks.

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27 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

I’ll go with upper 80’s to low 90’s and rain chances every single day. You heard it here first folks.

Totally agree this could trend towards more "seasonal" heat as we draw near, but to see 3 globals and their ensembles advertising this is something worth noting, IMO.

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1 hour ago, Rhino16 said:

Where do these maps come from?

On LWX, click Current Conditions and scroll to Rainfall, then set your map (1 day, 7, 14, 30, etc) and zoom in.  It's kinda pixely and not nearly as nice as that iWeathernet map, but it goes back farther.

My folks in northern Calvert just got yet another nice shower.  The rich get richer!

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95/76. As bad as that is, those numbers are still lower than when we swung through Savannah on our way to Tybee Island last week...got an adult Icee at Wet Willies on the Savannah waterfront and it was completely melted within 20 minutes. The SC low country does heat and humidity SO well.  :) 

I don't mind the H&H at the height of summer around here, actually prefer it over the typical cold/wet we've had in recent winters, but for those of you who hate it, well....don't go out there right now.

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1 minute ago, CAPE said:

Funny you should mention that. Have not had one for a couple weeks, so ofc its gotta be a 120 I am currently sipping on.B)

Haven't had any 120 since you brought that up....dear God, late last winter or early spring! Need to try to track down some of that at Wegmans on the brew run tomorrow.  :) 

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