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8/13 Double Barrel Risk Of YAWN

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Hearing some major rumbles of thunder off in the distance and the cell isn't that close. Must be pretty impressive underneath, possible hail there too?

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7 minutes ago, cbelke said:

Hearing some major rumbles of thunder off in the distance and the cell isn't that close. Must be pretty impressive underneath, possible hail there too?

Yea possible, though the hail core looks pretty meh 

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3 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

Yea possible, though the hail core looks pretty meh 

I'm just amazed I was hearing thunder almost 20 miles away. It seems to be dying down now. 

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Amazingly missed nearly all that rain (by a matter of miles). Radar depiction was off a bit on northern edge (I’m guessing due to the beam) so it barely did anything with yellows overhead. 

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Just now, Parsley said:

Amazingly missed nearly all that rain (by a matter of miles). Radar depiction was off a bit on northern edge (I’m guessing due to the beam) so it barely did anything with yellows overhead. 

Well, I have rain happening right now.  I agree, I had to get under the cell to get a steady rain. I thought it should have been a bit before.

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7 minutes ago, cbelke said:

Well, I have rain happening right now.  I agree, I had to get under the cell to get a steady rain. I thought it should have been a bit before.

Under 0.10” IMBY. 

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14 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Amazingly missed nearly all that rain (by a matter of miles). Radar depiction was off a bit on northern edge (I’m guessing due to the beam) so it barely did anything with yellows overhead. 

.01 here lol

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16 minutes ago, Parsley said:

PTW got hit good. Good ol’ fickle thunderstorms. 

Yea they did. My yard needs it, it's hurting. 

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20 minutes ago, Parsley said:

PTW got hit good. Good ol’ fickle thunderstorms. 

almost .8 at ptw, yet 6 miles away .01 lol. Man I hate thunderstorms

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8 minutes ago, cbelke said:

What's the call for later this afternoon? Still expecting some t-storms?

yes, should see some sun which will help. Don't think they will be as widespread as this morning's activity but some should form

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