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  1. “Someone” is trying to “talk us into” staying for the winter! Red sky in ‘morn.... and... Red sky at night...
    13 points
  2. Boy do I miss Myrtle Beach, these were from last week.
    12 points
  3. Cooled off nicely as the storms rolled through.
    11 points
  4. Didn't last long. Got into another house today. I waived inspection on this house as it's only 9 years old and was completely renovated in 2016. Only thing I'm getting checked out is septic and radon testing. Septic is only 9 years old. For those wondering, this is in Lowville, ny. The house is about 3 miles east of lowville the town about 4 miles from start of Adirondacks. Average snowfall is 125-135" I'm in a valley so it does hurt snowfall a bit thus the 125-135 instead of 200". Though, being in a Valley at 830' you get fig crushing cold
    11 points
  5. Nice shelf cloud and some wind gusts and quick drizzle but nothing else. From Lakehurst NJ
    10 points
  6. Welp got a house in Watertown. Obviously upon inspection again which is next weekend. Looks like avg snowfall is around 120”
    10 points
  7. I know a few people on here that wouldn't want 12 months of this (maybe 9 months of this), but at my age I'll take it.
    10 points
  8. My younger one used a stencil (and some help from daddy). My older tried for “unicorn witch” free handed.
    8 points
  9. Pretty decent rainbow after a heavy shower this evening. Caught a glimpse as I was coming out of the store.
    8 points
  10. Found this on Twitter. This is downtown lowville a few years back. This is about 3.3 miles from me about 50’ higher in elev. sidewalk after recent lake effect bomb
    8 points
  11. That red dot is basically where my house is. Can def see the valley effects at hand but then again 125-130” avg is Gigi worthy. Will just be very annoying knowing 7 miles away avgs 200” lol dark blue is 125-150” avg
    8 points
  12. Heading home a week from today after arriving mid-April 😢...It’s been everything and more than my wife and I expected! Solar, Elon Musk’s Starlink Internet, Tempest and Blink cameras installed ready for some winter weather remote viewing! Just south of last night’s aurora borealis but we did have this beautiful Sundog this evening (just left of center)‼️
    8 points
  13. Squeezed out an “ok” day for apple picking with the family in northern Bucks Co. No rain and even occasional sun with the cool, gusty wind. Kids of course had a blast picking nearly 30 lbs of apples!!!😆
    8 points
  14. Thanks. I’m up in ny state right now. Have inspection tomorrow on a house I bought
    8 points
  15. Big winter incoming. Tomorrow I get a root canal. Last root canal was in 9/09 and we know what followed that winter! That's some serious causation right there folks.
    8 points
  16. 7 points
  17. Relive 2020-21 winter with this radar/satellite/obs composite:
    7 points
  18. 6 points
  19. I recommend this free app. My kids love it.
    6 points
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  22. Wet and gloomy on the Delaware River today. (Frenchtown/Milford, NJ).
    6 points
  23. 71.6 degrees for the PHL Sept average, this represents the 18 warmest over the 148 yr POR Average high 80.1 (+1.2) Average low 63.0 (+2.1) In terms of recent trends no month is warming more than Sept. No shock that the warming is also resulting in higher DP's Local Tempest stats, adjusted precip totals in line with the actual CoCo gauge figure of 8.12"
    6 points
  24. Nice weekend OCNJ. Bit windy on the beach, but so cool to see the wind blowing the tops off the waves. My wife was a tad cold, but enjoyed it too.
    6 points
  25. You can submit differences with this online form to Tempest. It usually helps in time, but never is it a perfect improvement. https://help.weatherflow.com/hc/en-us/articles/360046411573-Rain-Accumulation-Calibrations https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIVy0zwUhQfMAN48_N-VZwzyQDx5QB-VXtnmGmlOKW2KbEXA/viewform I'd never trust anything over a CocoRahs gauge.
    5 points
  26. Just checked. Stratus 3.15" and Ambient 3.08". Very close.
    5 points
  27. 36.5F for the low this morning. AWESOME!!!!!!!!
    5 points
  28. I thought that some of you might enjoy my little spider friend living in my rain gage.
    5 points
  29. Wife brought home a fig tree yesterday....I busted out laughing
    5 points
  30. The extremely linear ripples of energy in the lower level clouds of PA this early evening I find fascinating. They're well over a hundred miles long.
    5 points
  31. Yeah, it looks like a shift in the pattern after this week. Not seeing 60s for lows on here maybe we can finally kiss humid air masses good-by for 2021.
    5 points
  32. Well, this was a surprise. Pea-sized hail in Towamencin. 0928210945.mp4
    5 points
  33. Here we go again….. “Blistering” rainfall rates down in Royersford. Sounds like hail pounding everything but it’s just a torrent of water.
    5 points
  34. Here is the October temp / winter temp relationship over the past 30 years. By removing the 1990-91, warm October, warm Winter, the warm relationship weakened again. It looks like in the what have you done for us lately the cooler October has more meaning than a warmer October.
    5 points
  35. Beautiful start, other than it’s a Monday morning.
    5 points
  36. Octararo Lake this am. 1 to 2 footers when the inversion broke.
    4 points
  37. SPC bumped to slight risk Philly N. NWS mentions QLCS setup with non-zero risk of brief spinup. Gusty winds biggest threat. High shear, modest helicity, weak CAPE (but more than was modeled yesterday, sunshine dependent). CAM's favoring Lehigh Valley N but obs time. Does using 5 acronyms win me a prize?
    4 points
  38. Ongoing heavy snow event in northern plains, first look at how are they doing.
    4 points
  39. Phone got wet in downpour today, picture came out blurry. Tower looked pretty impressive, felt like we were in Florida.
    4 points
  40. Wow 👀 that would be perfect! Great conditions for sleeping, while still warm enough during the afternoon to wear either a t-shirt or a light jacket and be fine either way. On a separate note, not sure if this has been mentioned elsewhere on this forum, but as bad as all of the flooding has been it will make for some fantastic fall foliage. Certainly not one of those dry years where the leaves will be mainly brownish.
    4 points
  41. A fun time was had by one and all. Personally great to play with Derek & Matt, we planned on saving our putts for another day. We got to meet @snowlurker and Tom virtually phoned it in on the 19th hole. Picture is Charlie & Snowlurker (Chris) & some other guy in the parking lot. Charlie is proudly displaying the @Sublimation, Tony Wood book he won by correctly guessing, I mean forecasting the number of 90 degree days In PHL this year. We know this outing was a tougher one with Tom in transition and also earlier than our typical time. Next fall Tom (who will be there) was talking ab
    4 points
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