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  1. 10 points
    Looking North toward the current Allentown storms...
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    Pretty long period of hail here in West Deptford, a few good wind gusts, and a boatload of rain. Some of the hail was larger than dime size - the picture of the hail in my hand is after the fact and partially melted. The video with the grill has some of the bigger stones here and there. Pretty awesome storm! Glad I mowed this morning. Video(1).mov Video_1.mov Video_1.mov Video.mov
  6. 7 points
    A whopping 4.78” here in Delaware County. Broomall, pa.
  7. 7 points
    Banana trees are happy year...
  8. 7 points
    In quarantine my boys, 7 & 10, picked up and played disc golf every day for nearly 3 straight months. Fast forward to this week, my 10 yr old and I won the first doubles tourney that won him $56 and today all 3 of us played our first PDGA sanctioned tournament in Sellersville. The 7yr old was the youngest junior and only player in his division so he by default took 1st, and my 10yr old beat out his 1 opponent to take first. Special moment for this dad (who took 13th in the Recreational division out of 25 players) to find an activity the entire family can enjoy together (my wife was the kids caddie 🙂 ) and what a fun time to boot. Oh, and a golf ball didn't smash my nose in half and send me to the ER like last month. Winning! Anyone here ever play?
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    They call this the “Tombo tease”...
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    Wind surprised me today, really cranks at end of this video. I tried editing to show winds, hail, flooding...but yeah, I screwed that up. So, this is all I have, enjoy, especially if you 0.0'ed 1.mp4
  15. 6 points
    Meanwhile, from Oaks, PA. Wife’s coworker:
  16. 6 points
    Nastyy storm here in NE Philly. Pea sized to dime sized hail and some gusts had to be 50 or better. Blew up right over us on radar! Best storm I've seen in a while.
  17. 6 points
    Mantoloking, NJ today, did squeak out an hour or so of sun before the rain & thunder moved in just before 2:00. Not much of a sea breeze today but you can't complain about temps in the upper 70's during July. Very little rain on the immediate coast however a different story just inland.
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    1.16 and I won’t complain for a while
  21. 5 points
    Celebrating a new grandson J Walker Blue
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    Took this picture from Newtown on Monday evening. Rare to have visibility to see a discrete storm 50-60 miles away like that. Wish I could have seen how it looked a little while later with the sidelighting of the setting sun, but by then my family and I were seated at dinner at a restaurant. We were outdoors, it would have been easy enough to get up and take a look, but to be honest I completely forgot about it 😔
  23. 5 points
    Golf Digest #1 course in the U.S. for 2019-20 & over the vast majority of years back to 1985 - Pine Valley GC 7181 yds. from the tips, par 70 #3 par 3, 198 yds. from the back, this is the #17 handicap hole #5 par 3, 238 yds. from the back #7 green, par 5 636 yds. from the back, #1 handicap hole #10 par 3, 161 yds. from the back, #18 handicap hole #12 par 4 #14 par 3, 210 yds. from the back #15 fairway left & #16 green right #18 from the regular tee, 425 yds. par 4, back tee is nearly 60 yds. further & almost 250 yds. to drive the fairway
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    Pics shown looking NE from my location in Newtown at the McCaffreys shopping center. Radar image at same time shown for location context. This was around 4:20pm. As you can see, my location was only affected by that little flange on the end, but still had very, very heavy rain.
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    Played Moccasin Run this morning and then spent the entire day outside with my inlaws and the kids. What a fantastic day and ending on a high note.
  27. 4 points
    Sun breaking out with some blue sky in Sea Isle City NJ looks like the center of circulation is 27.5 miles SSE of Sea Isle at this time based on the radar
  28. 4 points
    Had a brief lull and measured at 3.48" Winds are steady in the low 20's with Just had a gust from the NNE at 35mph - flooding becoming an issue as the water is now creeping up toward my garage. Also saw a car stuck on Central Ave...next block toward the bay from me. 2020-07-10 09.12.39.mp4
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    Gritty Claus coming to town for the climatologically hottest week of summer? Joy!!!
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    93 / 68 in LMT today, hottest of the season precip wise a 0.20" rock, girlfriend reported pea sized hail as did every friend / relative in the lower end of Bucks congrats to all that experienced some really active stuff today down on the CNJ coast today by far the most oppressive day of the summer, the morning temps upper 80's to low 90's with DP's in the mid 70's were not a nice combo on the blazing sand, sea breeze did gradually lower temps however the humidity was brutal all day 10:30am on Mantoloking beach, only one lonely beach goer braving the soup Strong storm approaching Belmar just before 3:00, gusty with plenty of CTG lightning
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    crushed, 1/2" hail, 2"+ rain and counting, flooded master BR/BSMT/FOYER etc but that's my problem, trees down in neighborhood again ugh
  34. 4 points
    Enough hail here to cover the ground
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    This is just relentless! And just got to 5" as I was posting this.
  36. 4 points
    Wall to wall thunder in Mount Laurel.
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    Pretty easy to see why it does on an east wind. East of the airport we have "mt" laurel. Downsloping at its finest
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    Three days combined 0.03” in Mount Laurel after the GFS forecast over 24 hours of rain. Alas a nice sunset here too.
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    0.00". Would have liked to get some rain before the brutal heat, but alas. Great sunset last night though.
  41. 4 points
    In terms of rotation, these might be the coolest clouds I've ever seen in person. It was around 2:30PM after the main batch of storms moved to my south and other smaller ones were popping up around us. Outflows were a powder keg for storms today so there must have been a lot of wild mesoscale motions. Looked to my north and I see this broad area of rotation right on the edge of a developing storm. It was clearly swirling over time, and a few minutes later I took the 2nd picture and was shocked to see another area of rotation above it that looked anticylonic instead! Right after I snapped these pictures a bunch of scud started rising up in the distance, low on the horizon where the treeline is. Felt like I was somewhere in the Midwest (or Mount Laurel lol)
  42. 4 points
    Juuust missed. 2 miles this time
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    0.24" from round 2 storm, rainbow to cap it off 0.65" for the day
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    Worm porn this morning
  45. 4 points
    Another morning of 40s in June. Pinch me please
  46. 4 points
    The revenge of the figs.
  47. 4 points
    Seriously if summer was like today everyday it would probably beat winter as my favorite time of year. Just epic outside
  48. 3 points
    My brother sent me these from his friend down in Sea Isle. (A+ captioning on them as wel haha)
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    I swear if I get missed again tomorrow I’m personally going to laurel creek and finishing off the pole beans
  50. 3 points
    @PreserveJon really wrote a nice response. I just have too much time on my hands being on COVID-leave. I have noticed that hospitalizations (On covid tracking project) have increased in Arizona and Florida in a week to previous week comparison. Texas, California n/a on that site. I am estimating the percentage increase in hospitalization is thankfully proportionally much less than the increase in cases, although it lags and deaths lag even further. I don't want to get into the politics of it, it is never cut and dry and responsibility ultimately comes down to us. I don't understand why around 750 deaths/day is deemed an acceptable outcome at this stage of the pandemic when there are countries in Asia who have lost less lives than that since day 1 and some European countries have cut their peak COVID cases by 70-90%.
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