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Parsley

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  1. I’m out on Long Island today and it’s scorching. Upper 90s with dewpoints in the upper 70s. (Heat Index 111 at Islip). Seabreeze struggling to move inland.
  2. 51! I can’t even picture what the upper level maps would have to look like to get a number that low in 2019 at PHL in July.
  3. True. Atmosphere was juiced. I’ll go out and check the gauge once the bulk has passed.
  4. Hopefully it stays north of areas hit hard last week. RGEM likes 78 on North more as well.
  5. You haters only option is to move though. This area is only getting toastier. Not saying I want it any hotter but that seems to be the trend.
  6. Sort of fizzled here but cooling showers atleast. Heaviest passed north and south of me. Fine by me after last week.
  7. Yeah, and my gauge total seemed a bit high vs radar estimates. Oh well, we’ll see what the next rain event brings. A nearby (a mile or so away) davis station recorded 4.21”
  8. Yeah. I’ve noticed that. I’ll probably go with 2 bucket gauges.
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