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Rainshadow5.8

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Here is what I mean about the split that usually happens. Rain goes North or South if me. 

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16 minutes ago, cbelke said:

Here is what I mean about the split that usually happens. Rain goes North or South if me. 

 

I would think you'd be happy to get split, you got over 7" of rain tuesday 

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18 minutes ago, tombo82685 said:

I would think you'd be happy to get split, you got over 7" of rain tuesday 

I am happy in that respect. Don't need any more right now. Ground soaked up what it could and I still have a some mini-ponds in my yard.

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Pretty active morning down here so far. Nice bubbling storms on satellite moving across the Delaware Bay into south Jersey, plenty of shelf cloud images on social media. Also woke up with a rotating thunderstorm basically right on top of me, just south of Port Republic. The lightning hasn't disappointed either.

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5 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

I would think you'd be happy to get split, you got over 7" of rain tuesday 

He should be good til the snows start missing. 

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0.26" with morning thunderstorms in Mount Laurel. 

I see the 12z GFS gives PHL 48 consecutive hours of measurable rain starting this morning.  I must admit it was hard to add up that number through all the glare from the bright sunshine.

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7-day rainfall from Mt Holly twitter. Nice match to the 10.08" 7-day gauge catch while we were away

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34 minutes ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

Pretty sick that this morning's low of 66F in Mount Laurel was the coolest morning since July 16th.

Our "coolest" since July 16th is similar to Mt. Laurel with the 65.5 on Aug 5th being our lowest reading....this AM our low was 67.2. The good news is on the 18th of this month our average high slips into the 70's with average lows into the upper 50's by month's end. While no great chill is on the way...of interest here in Chester County we have hit the 30's in every month of the year with the exception of July. Only 2x  - both in the 1980's since 1894 have we recorded an August low temps in the 30's on 8/28/82 (38.0) and 8/30/86 (39.0)

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If you look at so-called  normal temps we are about 2 degrees above them....especially if you look at the last 15- 20 years. the AVP -Scranton-Wiles Barre area is a hot spot in nprtheast  Pa where most temps to the north and mountainous areas are a good 5 degrees or more cooler than they are.

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One of the best beach days of the year down on the SJ beaches (nice social distancing in groups) at Sea Isle City...steady SE breeze all day with wind off the cool 72 degree ocean...high here in SIC was only 79.8

 

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74.5F with 74 DP. Wonderfully soupy feel out there this morning.

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4 hours ago, cbelke said:

74.5F with 74 DP. Wonderfully soupy feel out there this morning.

We picked a good week to come down here I think. 85 in Nags Head with a nice sea breeze. Sunrise this AM:

 

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1 hour ago, mshaffer526 said:

We picked a good week to come down here I think. 85 in Nags Head with a nice sea breeze. Sunrise this AM:

 

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Someday I'll get back down there.

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Plenty of 90+ temps at all stations with the exception of rounded up 90's at KMQS and KPTW at 89.6 and KMPO at 84.2 and of course my 2 stations in East Nantmeal at 88.2 and 87.8

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7 hours ago, mshaffer526 said:

We picked a good week to come down here I think. 85 in Nags Head with a nice sea breeze. Sunrise this AM:

 

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Beautiful pic! Enjoy!

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