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About Parsley

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  • Birthday 08/16/1978

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    Graterford, PA

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  1. After the gust front an amazing light show but no rain and the storms missed by no more than a mile or two.
  2. Impressive outflow boundary just blew through. Roaring winds.
  3. I can hear the thunder 50+ miles away.
  4. Nice tops on the warned storms to the west.
  5. I took the winter cover off the central air conditioner this evening. Looks like it’s go time.
  6. Cool look to the sky this evening.
  7. That’s insane. But believable. Feels like the wet pattern set up March 2018 when we had that late season snow and it has been that way ever since. Obviously we’ve had breaks like end of winter and start of spring this year when my yard temporarily dried out.
  8. They just totally regraded and repaved our neighborhood 2 weeks ago. Way to go guys. 🙄
  9. Yuuuup. Totally can understand that. Luckily my lot size is manageable even in crappy conditions.
  10. To give an example both the NAM and HRRR flip our winds from southwest to northwest overnight tonight. Sometime between 0z-6z. Mos guidance helps too... Ex: winds go from 190 to 320 between 0z-06z...as for wind speed, not sure how accurate the numbers are. Regardless of numbers shown you can still gauge when the windiest time period would be over that stretch. Looks like ugly, gusty ENE winds Sunday.
  11. That’s a good question, particularly in terms of speed forecasts. In terms of directional forecast I’d glance any short term models (HRRR, Nam) on hourly maps and Check the 10m wind progs. General Direction should be similar on short terms models (outside of wild backdoor fronts or large frontal passage timing).
  12. My mower was caked today. Nasty sludge
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    28.1" - Graterford, PA
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