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26 minutes ago, jm1220 said:

The seabreeze actually helps to fire storms on LI-it's a boundary that can force warm/moist air to rise as the cool air comes in from the ocean. Unfortunately it screws over the south shore since the boundary usually travels a few miles inland before firing storms, and it's been as dead as anything else for the last couple of weeks. 

Yes I have seen those sea breeze boundaries give areas just to my north rain while I get nothing. I remember the same thing in Florida. It would be sunny at the beach and about 10 miles inland plenty of thunderstorms. However, today it is actually raining here and some thunder.

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