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  2. Played Olde Homestead today, in a outing best ball, what a nice course, and our team came in first with a 61, need to revisit this place.
  3. Out climate summary for today in Western Chester County PA was a High of 83.4 and a Low of 73.3 for an average temp of 78.4 which is 6.2 degrees above normal . Of note today marks the last day of the summer season that those of us in Chesco have an average high temp that will exceed 80 degrees until next June 9th. That of course does not mean we will see more 80+ days like Sunday with even some upper 80's possible thru Wednesday but any 90 plus days seems well out of reach here in western Chester County
  4. Yesterday
  5. 86/73 - couple rumbles of thunder and a few drops of rain mid-afternoon.
  6. Mount Laurel high was 88F, enough cu around for the moral victory. I believe tomorrow PHL’s (and probably my) luck runs out, predicted 850 temp 1C higher.
  7. 89 for the high atleast through 5pm for philly. So one less 90 day so far than thought.
  8. Next Friday thru Sunday predicted highs: EPS 83, 82 & 84. EC 84, 80, 87 GFS 91, 93, 96 GEFS 86, 84, 87
  9. One thing that annoys me is why does everyone always associate the muggy feeling with humidity? Maybe Tony can answer this, but on the nws heat watch statement its "heat and humidity" when the main muggy feeling is because of the dew point. The RH falls during the day and is usually around 50% or less in the afternoon.
  10. Well the GFS is on an island come day 5/6 with a more concentrated closed low with very little relief for our latitude, while all of the other models (including the legacy GFS I might add) give us humidity relief on Thursday and a thermal relief to end the week.
  11. Euro monthly h5 look. Would take this with many grains of salt. Already failed big time for this month lol
  12. 12z 8/17 run PHL max temps: 92, 93, 94, 96, 93, 93, 91, 93, 96, 92, 91, 92, 93, 93, 90. We are better than the JMA.
  13. In reality it was only the first 15 days of the 16 day run: 92, 93, 94, 96, 93, 93, 91, 93, 96, 92, 91, 92, 93, 93, 90. Still want to take the under?
  14. I think this current GFS run (12z Saturday) is going to have 18 consecutive days of highs in the 90s for its 16 day run.
  15. You’re going to be longing for the August heat in January when fig crushing, pipe bursting, 5 cords of wood burning, permafrost building, Yukon Cornelius cold comes in January.
  16. Nope, September acts like September this year.
  17. I suppose nearby anomalies could be worse. Outside of the Gulf, the tropics look closer to normal.
  18. Can't say I disagree with CPC with the way recent Septembers have gone and our bath water ocean temps. Anyway MJO wise looks like phase 1 or 2 to start the month; correlation not the best, but 2 is not a warm phase. Welcome to fall:
  19. On the plus side the 18z OP GFS run on January 21, 2020 wont have any max temps above freezing.
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