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Looks like the synoptic flow is beginning to win the battle as BKN ( bacon skies as we used to call it...), along with a SW--> NE movement, are vis sat loop aspects pushing toward Rt 2.   The band is shrinking that demarcates the convergence between it, and that barrier jet that set up eastern-CNE this morning. 

May end up with some sun and furthering destablization here in the interior, after all.  We'll see.  

Boy...it would have been nice if that "quasi" Miller-B got going just a little sooner late yesterday, because it might have organized a broader swath of drought corrective rains right up eastern NE where it was/is really needed..   Maine got pummeled -

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5 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

Looks like the synoptic flow is beginning to win the battle as BKN ( bacon skies as we used to call it...), along with a SW--> NE movement, are vis sat loop aspects pushing toward Rt 2.   The band is shrinking that demarcates the convergence between it, and that barrier jet that set up eastern-CNE this morning. 

May end up with some sun and furthering destablization here in the interior, after all.  We'll see.  

Boy...it would have been nice if that "quasi" Miller-B got going just a little sooner late yesterday, because it might have organized a broader swath of drought corrective rains right up eastern NE where it was/is really needed..   Maine got pummeled -

I have been out this morning and just got home.   The low level Cu were coming from the east/northeast a bit earlier but now the low level flow is backing to the south.  You can really see it on this timelapse from my cam over the past hour or so.  Cam faces SSW.  https://video.nest.com/clip/74d9e0ecfdd94f67b9ea2b98960dd9aa.mp4

I watched the meso low yesterday.  Heavy rain came right up through the Cape Cod bay.  A bit further west and metro Boston would have gotten pummeled.

I also just noticed the 12Z GFS pops a hurricane in a few days that heads somewhere Florida or Gulf

 

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1 minute ago, Cyclone-68 said:

May he some water spouts with that 

Looks possible

The National Weather Service in Upton NY has issued a

* Special Marine Warning for...
  
  Eastern Long Island Sound...

* Until 145 PM EDT.

* At 1244 PM EDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing
  waterspouts was located near Long Sand Shoal, moving east at 10
  knots.

  HAZARD...Waterspouts and small hail.

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Ongoing Kelvin Wave activity has led to an increase in convection across Africa, with easterly waves
beginning to propagate across the Atlantic. This may lead to an increase in tropical cyclone (TC)
development over the Main Development Region corresponding with the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane
season approaching.

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Just now, Sey-Mour Snow said:

Getting comical now lol a training storm just dropped .5-1.5” to my N,W and South, and totally dissipated overhead. Weather is truly amazing even when you get steined. 

 

Yup, comical is a great way to describe it....

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