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PreserveJon last won the day on June 19 2018

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  1. 2.51 yesterday IMBY, with 1.48" coming in less than 20 minutes between 4:24 and 4:44.
  2. PWS hit 89.6 yesterday at 4:24 - which Wunderground now rounds up to 90. That's two in the <89.5 and <90.0 category for the summer.
  3. Better than dews in the upper 70s, says the guy living at the foot of the piedmont above the Chesapeake Basin.
  4. Yesterday's high of - wait for it - 89 broke a streak of 6 straight days above 90. 11 of the last 13 days have been greater than 90. Only 2 days above 95. Both June 28 and July 2 hit 96.
  5. I think you may have me beat, but note the dp a few minutes ago at my place...
  6. Slow moving storm dropped 0.99 IMBY yesterday, casting much of the day in gloom. Temp still hit 90 before nature's fireworks began.
  7. Thunder and lightning all around made for an eerily yellow glow during sunset. Even with the visual and audio effects, only a paltry 0.06 passed through the rain gauge. 96 for the high yesterday.
  8. My PWS kissed 90 for ten minutes yesterday. Even though the dp and humidity dropped, the heatwave in central Baltimore County continues. 5 days in a row and 6 of the last 7. I was at the O's game yesterday and BAKED in the sun until the 5th inning when the sun sank behind the 3rd base grandstand. 2019, total days above 90: 7. 2019, total days above 89.5 to date: 8
  9. Peaked at 96.1 at 3:39 this afternoon. No one consulted me on this nast.
  10. Currently 93 w/ a dp of 66. But the dp was 72 during my lunchtime walk. I definitely felt it. 2019 Days above 90/89.5: 5/6 Tomorrow should confirm the first 'heat wave' of the year.
  11. Slightly off topic, but I would imagine all the cool waters off the SW Africa coast are suppressing tropical wave development in the eastern Atlantic, though the central Atlantic basin and north of the Carribean look warm enough to support an early season storm.
  12. 91 IMBY yesterday. Nice outside at twilight, though. Not yet oppressive. Days above 90 to date: 4. Days above 89.5 to date: 5
  13. 0.29 overnight. The windows were ominously steamy this morning.
  14. Sunrise @ 13,000' this morning at A-Basin.
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