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The system that moved through this morning was rather intense down by me. Couple cracks of thunder that shook the house and felt right above us. Tempest recorded it as a strike within 0-2 miles while almost everything else was more distal. Not much wind or any severe metrics, but there were a few serious cracks of thunder. 

.6 inches of rain too  

Nice event though, we needed it. 

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1 hour ago, jm1220 said:

If the Euro/GFS are right, any drought will be long gone by the end of the month. If this cutoff and onshore flow are real, it’s a recipe for gushers for days. 

Meh. Let’s see what happens in the coming days. Models have been advertising these much needed rain events only to go poof inside 72 hours 

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13 minutes ago, Allsnow said:

Meh. Let’s see what happens in the coming days. Models have been advertising these much needed rain events only to go poof inside 72 hours 

Good advice.  12Z data so far shows no consistency.  GFS/GGEM are night and day different and even the GFS is modest in total qpf through next THURSDAY.  This pattern needs to setup just right or forget drought busting rains.  Sensitive setup and cutoff needs to be positioned correctly...much like a winter setup.

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20 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

euro is alot of rain but it's central jersey and south...yet another solution

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Another solution and likely not the final one.  This is going to bounce around before models settle in on something close to reality.  If this were the final solution the drought situation for NNJ into southern New England would continue to worsen.  :(

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Wasn’t expecting another 90 today, this is my type of cool down. Yesterday’s 89 technically ended the heat wave at 8 days, but today’s day 10 in spirit.

0.04” earlier. Basically nothing.

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87 my high but far less humid. In those colder areas inland, especially up toward the Catskills, would not be surprised to see some 40s for lows this weekend. Even though plenty of warm weather left, the first signs of the coming fall season will be this weekend. Nice change after a prolonged heat wave.

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1 hour ago, TWCCraig said:

Huge difference in humidity levels across the area

From Mesowest:

NYC: 88/50 27%RH

EWR: 90/54 30% RH

LGA: 90/50 26% RH

ISP: 82/70 66% RH

When the seabreeze came in (again easily visible on radar), humidity spiked. 

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