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R.I.P. rainbow

6:56pm-7:42pm

More impressive than anything I saw all winter here.

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12 minutes ago, Parsley said:

R.I.P. rainbow

6:56pm-7:42pm

More impressive than anything I saw all winter here.

It’s back!!!

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Things are returning to normal, 2019 was a memory.  Watching storms die before crossing the Delaware...  :(

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.46 at work, we take. .25 since yesterday at home 

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0.38" for the storm total. We needed it.

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1.14" of rain out here. Pretty impressive how long the heavy rain lasted. 

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85 degrees yesterday, warmest of the season locally

0.04" gully washer

t-storm season off to another rousing start

performed all the pm on the generator yesterday so the typical convective yawner was essentially a lock

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Well, we had pretty clouds in Towamencin yesterday. Our storm was a slight breeze and a downpour. I had to take a Zoom class after the "storm" so I missed any rainbow

 

 

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33 minutes ago, colonel_kurtz said:

85 degrees yesterday, warmest of the season locally

0.04" gully washer

t-storm season off to another rousing start

performed all the pm on the generator yesterday so the typical convective yawner was essentially a lock

84F muggy

0.00"

distant thunder, lightning on horizon after dark

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Give me days like today through Tuesday  all summer long and I would love summer again 

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30 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

Give me days like today through Tuesday  all summer long and I would love summer again 

Couldn't agree more. Absolutely perfect. Just the right amount of breeze too. 

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1 hour ago, tombo82685 said:

Give me days like today through Tuesday  all summer long and I would love summer again 

And the congregation says ... Amen!

 

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20 hours ago, Parsley said:

Oh yeah!

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Very nice Parsley. 

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Top 10 beach day in Manasquan, sea breeze kicked in shortly after 1:00 quickly dropping temps from around 80 to the upper 60's. Ocean swim very short with that 57 degree water temp.

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0.72" from the storm yesterday and overnight in NW Chester County PA...beautiful day across both NW Chester County and the Jersey Beaches. Back in Chester County the splits were 76.4/62.6 while down in Sea Isle City NJ we had our 1st 80 degree day here on the barrier islands since last September 23rd when we hit 81.7. The beach was mighty crowded today with little if any social distancing evident on the beach....as you can see in the pics. With high tide today being during the prime beach hours folks were crowded in.....the town of Sea Isle is really hopping as we start to move back to normal....restaurants are preparing for the upcoming opening of outdoor dining with tables being set up....should be a nice next few days down the shore!! Great to see how many people are here and getting back to normal!!

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Today was bliss.  The 58° dewpoint will feel like a Louisiana swamp compared to the 40° dews tomorrow.  

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52F for the low this morning, 42 DP is glorious. I wish the whole summer would be like this.

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Fantastic weather weekend in Manasquan, 71 / 57 split today on beachfront 

back home now, 70 / 53 locally in LMT

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41, we take all day long

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