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Rainshadow5.8

6/4 Slight Risk Thunderstorm Obs / 6/5 Heavy Rain Obs

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2 minutes ago, Parsley said:

Dude, I said you were right about the severe aspect. What I'm saying is that 2+" PWATS aren't your "typical" storms around here.

I think we are saying the same thing lol. My yawn was towards the svr part and typical thunder and lightning that everyone loves 

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Just now, tombo82685 said:

I think we are saying the same thing lol. My yawn was towards the svr part and typical thunder and lightning that everyone loves 

I hear you.

The thunderstorms I yawn over are the ones where the sky gets ominous then we get a 30 second gust front, it pours for 5 minutes and we end up with like 0.15”. 
 
We’ve been spoiled by the past 2 days for sure. 

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13 minutes ago, Parsley said:

I hear you.

The thunderstorms I yawn over are the ones where the sky gets ominous then we get a 30 second gust front, it pours for 5 minutes and we end up with like 0.15”. 
 
We’ve been spoiled by the past 2 days for sure. 

Is that how much we got last night? I had to get a new computer and haven’t gotten my station back online yet and I wasn’t home yesterday. The radar estimates on radarscope def singled out our area 

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33 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

Is that how much we got last night? I had to get a new computer and haven’t gotten my station back online yet and I wasn’t home yesterday. The radar estimates on radarscope def singled out our area 

1.21” IMBY. 

1.23” at the next closest station about a mile away. 

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4 hours ago, rramblings said:

.85” overnight, Flemington area of Hunterdon County

.86" here

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0.78" IMBY overnight last night, after 1.00" wednesday evening.

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Only ended up with 0.52" for the 24 hour period ending at 7 AM.

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8 minutes ago, Allsnow said:

Do we see sun today? I want to fertilize but don’t want it baking in the sun. 

If you do it’s limited 

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Okay, enough with the rain now.    Just getting to the point where we seem to every June anymore where the ground gets waterlogged and plants start rotting in the garden.   Hoping to dodge the deluge this afternoon/evening, but not looking good.

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2 minutes ago, iceman56 said:

Okay, enough with the rain now.    Just getting to the point where we seem to every June anymore where the ground gets waterlogged and plants start rotting in the garden.   Hoping to dodge the deluge this afternoon/evening, but not looking good.

Lets hope next week's tropical remnants don't end up over us for days.

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37 minutes ago, iceman56 said:

Okay, enough with the rain now.    Just getting to the point where we seem to every June anymore where the ground gets waterlogged and plants start rotting in the garden.   Hoping to dodge the deluge this afternoon/evening, but not looking good.

My veggies only get partial sun so the previous 2 years have been brutal to fight off blight, the May / June combos were a rain forest. Locally this May was very dry so no blight issues ATM.

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Trying to race home and get a mowing in. Give me storms after 4 not before 

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Pouring now in NW Chesco.   Just the appetizer.

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34 minutes ago, mshaffer526 said:

Looks like the train is coming

 

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you ain't kiddin. I just looked at the radar loop. good luck!

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Distant thunder, a few sprinkles over past hour or so as storms slid by to the north

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Wall of rain with near zero visibility at the peak along Route 30 between Coatesville and Malvern a little while back, those PWats are working their magic

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1 hour ago, tombo82685 said:

Trying to race home and get a mowing in. Give me storms after 4 not before 

Better hurry up!!!

 

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18 minutes ago, cbelke said:

Better hurry up!!!

 

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I finished about 10 mins before it unloaded 

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2 hours ago, colonel_kurtz said:

My veggies only get partial sun so the previous 2 years have been brutal to fight off blight, the May / June combos were a rain forest. Locally this May was very dry so no blight issues ATM.

It has been tough to stay in a dry pattern for too long.

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