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About eastonwx

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    Martins Creek, PA (east central Northampton County, in east central PA)
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    Craft beer, gardening, grilling, Philly sports.

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  1. This was to my north a couple hours ago. Now a Severe T'storm Warning just to the north and west of me. May make it here...
  2. HWO pretty much covers every possibility. No mention of lightning but I guess that's a given. A storm system will impact the region on Tuesday. Storms will be capable of producing damaging winds, tornadoes, large hail, and heavy rainfall that could lead to localized flash flooding.
  3. Anybody using WeatherLink? Easy to set-up? My old PC crashed and debating getting another one or go with the WeatherLink.
  4. My daughter just sent me this from Citrus County FL late this afternoon (sorry, out of area post)
  5. Seems like the best that I see in midsummer is some mid/upper 50's after storms/cold fronts. That is welcomed relief. This morning's 48 (here) likely the last 40's for a while.
  6. Pretty remarkable 13.62" rain for the month of May
  7. Showers with some heavier downpours with lightning and some loud rumbles of thunder here just before 6AM, .44". Will be interesting to see if this first round will either enhance/lessen/have no impact on storms later today.
  8. morning low of 36F, 8' above the ground. Grass did look like some light frost on it.
  9. 1.77" Fri PM-Mon AM 7.33" for the Month
  10. KDIX radar has been out for a while. Hopefully whatever fix they are doing will last a long while
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