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Bliz299 last won the day on July 11 2018

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  1. Here in the Cape May area, yes! Warmest July in 133 years of record. 80.2F with 14 days at or above 90F. Back to 1960 15 is the highest number 90's. Interestingly including 2010 6 of the 10 warmest July's on record have occurred. Of course it was really the humidity which, in truth, has been a drag. Day after day after day with dew points in the 70's.. Relief, please! Wayne R. Cooperative Weather Observer Cape May 2NW, NJ
  2. Maxed out at 96F!! Amazing!! Previous Oct. max., unofficially, 89F in 1941. Otherwise 88F. Way too hot for October.
  3. Isn't this much severe activity 2, maybe 3, days in a row unusual for us any time let alone in May?
  4. Thank you Mr. Rainshadow for the post. I didn't see right away. Indeed we have spoke a number of times back when you were among the (official) working class. (I'm sure you're still quite busy) Always informative & pleasant. To some extent weather observing has been a part of my life almost all my life. I do enjoy it despite the challenges at times. Of course I will continue to post what I can when I can. I do enjoy this forum/website. I also thank all the Liker's as well. Much appreciated.
  5. A7 7:40am (3/1) 1.5", 33F. Still flaking a little, but believe to end is at hand.; radar agrees. 1/2" or less was forecast, so ,not to bad.
  6. Friday, 11pm: 15F, mostly clear. 3.0" the final total. Wonderful over-achiever!
  7. Friday, 7pm: 19F, still snowing very lightly, 2.8", pressure 30.41" and rising, wind N5G9mph. Very nice winter day. Will it happen again this month? Hoping for sure!
  8. Friday, 4pm: 20F, S-, 2.4", wind N5G9mph, pressure 30.36". Quite surprised with today's little snow! Started about 7:30am. Only expected 1/2" or so. Very nice indeed.
  9. 11F for the low here. Cold for sure but had colder January, 2018: 10F on the 6th and 7F on the 7th. Both were just after 7am. January, 2014, had even lower, 3F & 5F. Way it goes sometimes. Still freeze your buns off out there!
  10. Down this way some light snow 10:30-11:15pm. Enough on the ground to notice with a bare coating on the car; temp. dipped to 33F. Oh well.
  11. Sunday, 10am: 4.1" on ground, still snowing lightly, 31F/DP 29F, wind NE7G17mph, pressure 30.37". Pickup 1" from 7am til 10am. Me thinks the end is nigh.
  12. Sunday, 7am: 3.1" on ground, snowing lightly, 29F, wind NE10G15mph, pressure 30.49".
  13. As of midnight Sat.>Sun. a whopping 0.2" with light (very light?) snow, 29F, no wind, bar. 30.48". Snow began about 7:30pm.
  14. My peak gust NW57mph at 10:28pm. Rain total 1.86". Forth 1"+ rainfall this month. Too much!
  15. 16F for a LOW down this-a-way. Impressive indeed! Quite unexpected.
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