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E PA/NJ/DE Spring 2024 OBS/Discussion


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We saw subfreezing lows to start the day across Chesco this AM....but that should be the last below freezing day for at least the next week. A beautiful day today with high temps right about where they should be for March 1st in the mid-40's. Rain arrives toward midnight tonight and should last much of the day tomorrow with at least a half-inch of rain across most spots. The sun returns Sunday with highs well up into the 50's to near 60 degrees.
County wide records for today: High 75 Chadds Ford (1972) / Low 1 above Phoenixville (1934) / Rain 1.45" Coatesville (1954) / Snow 11.0" Phoenixville (1952)
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1 hour ago, The Iceman said:

We're heading into another Nina, might want to countdown to fall 2025.

Chuck says we have three more ratters to go, so I'm eyeballing fall 2027 at this point :arrowhead:

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So across all available Chester County stations February ended with an average temp of 37.0 degrees - ranging from 35.9 at Warwick to 37.7 at Kennett Square. This is the 11th warmest overall County wide February on record. The top 5 warmest were:
2017 (40.8 /1998 (40.1) / 1990 (39.6) / 1909 (39.5) and 1954 (39.5)
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0.83" of rain so far here in East Nantmeal. Some other area totals Atgen 0.72" /Warwick 0.75" / Chester Springs 0.82" / Glenmoore 0.84"/ Kennett Square 0.96" / West Bradford 0.93" / West Chester 0.93". Rain should continue through much of today with another 0.50" to 0.75" possible. Sun returns tomorrow and temps should get close to 60 degrees.
County wide records for today: High 76 degrees Phoenixville (1972) / Low 1 above Phoenixville (1967) / Rain 1.65" West Grove (1954) / Snow 12.0" Devault (1969)
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2 minutes ago, RedSky said:

1" in the bucket and one down with like five more storms to go over the next ten days.

 

Grass will be 1ft tall in no time and super green early this year....twice a week mowing.

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13 hours ago, Birds~69 said:

59F at 6:30pm

Very excited about the clouds and rain this upcoming week... 

Looking forward to our usual cold, wet spring and getting some relief from these hot winter months.

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2 hours ago, JTA66 said:

Looking forward to our usual cold, wet spring and getting some relief from these hot winter months.

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Not this year. Strong el nino to strong la nina transitions tend to favor above average temperatures in the spring and summer months in Philly . 2010 is the best example of this.

The summers of 1973, 1988, and 2010 were (at the time) record warm summers in Philly (although the heat in 1988 abruptly ended in mid-August and produced a historically cold October).

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1 hour ago, PhiEaglesfan712 said:

Not this year. Strong el nino to strong la nina transitions tend to favor above average temperatures in the spring and summer months in Philly . 2010 is the best example of this.

The summers of 1973, 1988, and 2010 were (at the time) record warm summers in Philly (although the heat in 1988 abruptly ended in mid-August and produced a historically cold October).

Agreed. I think a hot, dry summer is on tap. Drought Guy will be in his glory.

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