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  1. I’m down in Virginia visiting Shenandoah National Park. Smoke restricted views somewhat on an otherwise sunny and comfortable day.
    13 points
  2. Actually had ash on my property from it. Here is some on my wife's car.
    9 points
  3. Some hazy, greens shots for you golf guys. (Very dry down here) https://www.massresort.com/play/golf/woodstone-meadows/
    9 points
  4. View from Iron Valley 2 tee looking north towards Blue Mountain (about 16 miles away)
    9 points
  5. It doesn't get much better than sitting on the porch with a cold one watching a good storm roll in. One of the more photogenic storms I have ever seen. Extremely heavy rainfall rates and a good push of wind at the front of the storm.
    9 points
  6. It’s a comin to Havertown. Wind coming in strong
    9 points
  7. Hey, sorry for the late response. We had our first baby girl on 6/9 (what a ride it's been)! The TUTT is a stationary wave that forms every year and peaks with the Northern Hemisphere's summertime monsoon season. This is when land/sea temp contrasts peak and anticyclones are the most poleward/powerful. The mid-ocean cooling/troughs are a restoring force (driven by evaporational cooling and rotating Earth) of the diabatic warming centered over the Indian and American monsoons (see the climo 300mb temp plot for JJA attached). In addition to this general relationship from land/sea contrasts
    9 points
  8. My gf is estimating hail between dime and quarter sized at home in West Deptford and sent these pics. Of course I am not home and missing our first direct hit of the summer.
    8 points
  9. 1 or 2 days away from the “hump” where we start seeing averages decline…
    8 points
  10. Welcome!! And great 1st post! I’m guessing you have some kind of 1st responded/military background due to your military clock usage?! Haha -only use the HRRR inside of 6-8 hours. Beyond that, it’s prone to big swings. - NAM can get weird too outside of 48 hours. 3k NAM I use for about 36-48 hours out. I barely look at the RGEM . any higher resolution model tends to be fickle outside that 48 hour timeframe. Especially any CAM’s (Convection Allowing model, EG; 3k NAM, wrf etc). Gfs tends to be progressive/faster biased, while euro is slower. So most time
    8 points
  11. Latest in the evening I've ever saw a rainbow. Just about 10 minutes to sunset. That's our church at the top of the hill. Pic doesn't do it justice
    8 points
  12. The Cliff would be very very full with jumpers. Hope the Figs survived Elsa
    8 points
  13. 8 points
  14. Rainfall Monitor indicating 7.12" at the office in Bensalem
    7 points
  15. 0.00” imby but nice Mammatus Clouds and rain cooled air 77.7 from nearby storms.
    7 points
  16. Love how visible the outflow boundaries are. Lots of energy in our atmosphere this afternoon.
    7 points
  17. In-laws always have great views of weather and sunsets. Storm to the north heading in our direction.
    7 points
  18. My first post because I want to share this pic from Conshohocken last night! It still pretty much skipped us as usual tho.
    7 points
  19. Played Cape May National yesterday. I personally like hot weather (I like all weather?), but plenty of trees and a breeze made it enjoyable for everyone. Looking at 17 green from 11 green.
    7 points
  20. I went outside too late a missed this one as it was moving in. What a beauty. YouCut_20210630_203921596.mp4
    7 points
  21. What a day, took my younger daughter on the Strasburg Railroad this afternoon. Could haven’t have been more comfortable for a late June day.
    7 points
  22. Crazy wind here in Plymouth Meeting not much rain and a little thunder
    6 points
  23. Stopped at the local doughnut shop yesterday, picked up 1 dozen freshly made. I love Dutch apple while the wife loves anything chocolate. Enjoyed one with my coffee yesterday morning. So I wake up this morning finding no doughnuts!? All I find is an empty box on the floor, and my wife and 3 dogs passed out on the sofa. It's a cruel start to the morning. 1 mugshot attached.
    6 points
  24. GFS advertising some lows in the 50's for the burbs next weekend. Would be a coup to be able to turn off the AC during July.
    6 points
  25. normal 15 min commute took over 50 mins tonight, some serious flooding along & just off State Road in Bensalem & Croydon Haunted Lane along the Neshaminy as particularly dicey, never made it all the thru. The # of stalled out cars littering the roads was ridiculous Crazy afternoon, last I experienced over 6", non-tropical, was Jun 1996 At home in LMT - 1.82" today
    6 points
  26. Came in hot and heavy for about 15 minutes, IMG_8321.mp4
    6 points
  27. Here’s what it looks like from Gilbertsville looking east toward those storms.
    6 points
  28. Heavy rain and some wind, nothing terrible.
    6 points
  29. Happy 4th to you all! ENJOY!
    6 points
  30. Quite a sight with the fog on the hilltops and sun setting.
    6 points
  31. Some pics from Black Lake. Don't always get the big one.
    6 points
  32. From NOAA SPC Mesoscale analysis description of hail params chart: Today we didn't have much CAPE due to the smoke, but plenty of shear thanks to the front, I did not get a chance to look at heights, might be able to dig out a good t skew. In this storm the vertically integrated liquid metric was maxxed big time, so that's a cross between tall clouds, massive moisture density, and the cape/shear combo fuel for it. I would guess there were probably downbursts associated with that storm given those params as well, probably some of the severe wind associated with it. Doesn't totally answe
    5 points
  33. Been super busy the last couple days so I couldn't track this event closely, but someone captured this hail photo maybe 5 miles from my house. Can someone explain what parameters were in place that allowed for the hail to get so large? I would appreciate it, it's just that it's rare to get hail of any size down here but to see hail that large is almost unheard of. Wasn't sure if it was due to CAPE, shear, etc.
    5 points
  34. Found this lovely guy lurking near my grill this morning. About 1 1/2" long. I'm no expert, but I'm guessing those pincers mean business.
    5 points
  35. Best storm of the year IMBY. WORST timing. Lol.
    5 points
  36. The 7/17-7/21 timeframe is the so called meat of the heat climo wise at Philadelphia. Low 90's during July are irrelevant at this point but 95+ is still noteworthy & there are clear long term trends in that regard. Find a couple of 80's during the period & you're playing with house money.
    5 points
  37. Not sure if it's been posted here or if many were aware, but on the NWS Mount Holly site they now have a link to a neat Rainfall Monitor https://www.weather.gov/phi/rainfall-monitoring
    5 points
  38. Just hitting here now. Nice, fairly chilly breeze and rain. No lightning or thunder.
    5 points
  39. Hey everyone, been planning to propose tonight 7/8 near AC, what are my chances of getting rained on?
    5 points
  40. Noticed there wasn't a thread yet for this summer so I figured I'd start one with the Yellowstone scenery. First time I've been there in 20 years. Still the most incredible place on earth.
    5 points
  41. I will gladly take a cloudy cool weekend or rainy cool weekend
    5 points
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