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  1. One of the guys on our fishing trip from Harleysville is getting his roof + gutters replaced - $30+k
  2. My wife spoke to a woman in her yoga class that is having her roof replaced due to hail damage from storm a couple of weeks ago - 3-4 miles north of here.
  3. Fishing week starting sat in Bob's Lake, Canada. Highs in the low 70s most days, hopefully the bulk of the rain stays south.
  4. 0.43" - a few loud claps of thunder - 1.34"for the day.
  5. Coolest since 2014 - typical from JB
  6. Heavy rain with a couple claps of thunder - 1.57"
  7. 0.62" - more than I expected based on radar.
  8. https://www.ustornadoes.com/2019/05/30/the-tornado-outbreak-sequence-of-may-2019/
  9. The cell that nipped us yesterday was interesting. A few large drops to wet the ground, then some hail mixed-in, then the rain ended but the hail continued sporadically for a minute or so, just one or two stones at a time.
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