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The predicted 850(s) look too warm to overcome, I don't know if PHL can avoid a 90 today.  PNE is already doing the 90 victory lap.

 

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Heat Index did reach 93.3 today in East Nantmeal but of course no sniff at 90 in Western Chester County although both KMQS and KPTW made it to almost 88 degrees

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Philly managed a 90F yesterday and today's launching point temperature is much higher.  The difference is, it is not as warm aloft at 925/850 as it was yesterday.  MOS Guidance with its 82F-85F looks way low.  Not sure if Philly gets to 90F today (oh PNE you can), but it should be close, something like 88F or 89F.

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27 minutes ago, Rainshadow said:

The Mount Laurel Rainshadow is baaacckkkk. 

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Again????!!!!!!

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Land breeze torching Ocean City - this is the highest temp I've experienced this summer.

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Hottest reading of the entire summer down in Sea Isle City NJ with a current reading of 91.8 . However, you can see the coastal sea breeze front making strong progress from the NE on the below radar image fromimage.png.ae37faedba248ceceb4d741d26c77900.png KDIX. Only made it up to 81.6 here in East Nantmeal and just 82.0 so far at KPTW and 84.2 at KMQS

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Looks like the rain shadow over vay lasted a whopping one day. Bout sums up this summer with continuous crush jobs 

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Temperature plummeted this evening. Still humid but feels much better. 

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12 hours ago, cbelke said:

Again????!!!!!!

That lasted all of one day.  1.37” and still raining in Mount Laurel.

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2 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Looks like the rain shadow over vay lasted a whopping one day. Bout sums up this summer with continuous crush jobs 

Lol, just saw this after posting.

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Climate Summary for Thursday September 12 - Western Chester County PA

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Happy Friday the 13th!!  Full moon to add to the fun today!!

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