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44 minutes ago, dendrite said:

BD never made it through here…72.5° and dripping wet outside. Also, damn is it dark for almost 6am. I hate losing the light. 
 

1.12” through the tipper and 1.11” in the stratus. 

Scooter knows.. south winds.. front will take days to get to south coast 

0.00 in the tippy 

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6 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

4 wks of sustained summer was fun while it lasted but we’re moving on now. Big changes ahead. 

Looks tropical and active. WAR is flexing. End of stein but not end of summer. Eastern sections of the subforum especially. 
 

The H5 pattern opens to tropical system threats as we approach the peak of tropical season. 

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5 minutes ago, jbenedet said:

Looks tropical and active. WAR is flexing. End of stein but not end of summer. Eastern sections of the subforum especially. 
 

The H5 pattern opens to tropical system threats as we approach the peak of tropical season. 

Very humid stretch showing across the board middle end of next week especially and beyond. No more 97/76 days.. but a lot of 82-86/74 stuff. Hopefully that yields some storm chances but that axis could end up west over NY and PA . Modeling under did the WAR rushing the last weeks and it’s likely going to continue shifting it west next week and beyond as we get closer in. Already started overnight EPS

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14 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Very humid stretch showing across the board middle end of next week especially and beyond. No more 97/76 days.. but a lot of 82-86/74 stuff. Hopefully that yields some storm chances but that axis could end up west over NY and PA . Modeling under did the WAR rushing the last weeks and it’s likely going to continue shifting it west next week and beyond as we get closer in. Already started overnight EPS

Maybe more like the weekend not mid week next week. Onshore flow. But yeah it comes back for sure. 

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2 minutes ago, radarman said:

Yeah.  That's insane.  Ties the all time record from 7/31/1917

They’ll probably drop below that this evening if they get a storm which sucks . Only if you lived thru it would you realize the impressiveness of it when folks are looking back at records and see the date low was 73.. which probably happens at like 6:00 pm or something 

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59 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Logan looks like 79 for low. Probably would have stayed above 80 if winds were WSW but impressive anyways.

I thought yesterday's morning low also was a nuanced butt-bang at that location because of the thunderstorm that rolled through 7:30 the previous evening... If that hadn't happened, that was definitely a candidate overnight for lofty low. 

It's been a record breaking journey that still managed to get nicked... I guess most heat waves are taxed some how some way, at this latitude and continental/geographic circumstance, either way.  

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Today may break the 95+ Logan streak, based upon early morning hi res satellite loop.  

We can't do it without more sun - obviously.  I've seen hot weather encased below a cloud deck before but that's usually 88 when that happens.   To get to and sustain 95+ spanning an afternoon, I strain to envision any circumstance where that is even possible in this region, when wanly lit by faux shadow insolation.   

Not impossible yet... it's early.  The next hour will be critical. And as the sun rises higher it may normalize the RH that's trapped in that 750 mb layer up there... - if an air mass could ever bounce, this is definitely that type of air mass.  So we'll see..

CT?  no problem - their doing it.   In fact, the same hi res loop shows just what I was talking about, and as the sun is climbing it appears to coincide with their sky trends. 

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2 hours ago, jbenedet said:

Looks tropical and active. WAR is flexing. End of stein but not end of summer. Eastern sections of the subforum especially. 
 

The H5 pattern opens to tropical system threats as we approach the peak of tropical season. 

It can still be summer but the 95/77 is gone. Good luck with hurricane hitting ema. 

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