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58 and misty drizzle. Nothing showing on the rain gauge yet.

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1 hour ago, cbelke said:

58 and misty drizzle. Nothing showing on the rain gauge yet.

I am banking on this VAY crush job later:

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65.7 right now with clouds and peeks of sun.  First "summer" Friday at work as well.  Now to get my shoulder checked, otherwise I would be golfing at noon at Neshanic Valley. 

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1 hour ago, Rainshadow said:

I am banking on this VAY crush job later:

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I remember those breezy dark cloud crush jobs... 

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13 hours ago, Chubbs said:

65 high, woodcocks, peepers, wood frogs all out tonight.

I head over to Marsh Creek in the evenings around this time every spring to watch the Woodcocks display "peeeeent".  Lots of fun.  I found my first wood frog this AM too.  My son was psyched when he woke up and it was sitting on his bed stand staring at him.  (We've since let it go back into the woods).

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Today might be a  nicer day than yesterday.  Just beautiful out, and the breeze feels great.

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3 hours ago, Rainshadow said:

I am banking on this VAY crush job later:

 

You got a much better chance of measurable precip than I do.  You might, but doubt it, get a rumble of thunder.

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75/55 according to my weather station. May be running a bit warm but either way it's a beautiful day!

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7 minutes ago, jmister said:

75/55 according to my weather station. May be running a bit warm but either way it's a beautiful day!

Just hit 75/55.8 here on my station. Seems pretty accurate based on other stations around me on WU

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Something trying to get started out by  Lancaster. 

 

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It is to warm! :)

 

Although, it is quite a bit cooler at the coast given the southerly wind off the chilly ocean.

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53 minutes ago, Chubbs said:

73, a few tstorms have popped

Gross March underforecast of boundary layer temps by GFS., et al.  Nothing new especially with the GFS when it had it raining all day.

 

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2 rounds of thunder, some lightning over last 30-40 minutes along with a short period of heavy rain earlier and currently another heavier downpour. Reminiscent of a summer storm.

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May be a little chink in the overall rainy weather pattern. First time in a long time when the predicted precipitation total was DENIED..

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