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1 hour ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

Congratulations to @White_Mtn_Wx for winning the contest and will spend many a snowy evening reading about SuperStorm Sandy!

Philly's high was 97F, there were 36 days with highs of 90F or higher and there were a combined 275 severe weather warnings issued by Mount Holly between June 1st & September 30th ( @Chubbs came closest with that).  Other honorable mentions @PreserveJon had the right highest temperature & @Parsley had the correct number of 90 degree days.

Thank-you everyone for participating! :clap:

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Missed it by that much.  Just one day!  Congrats WhiteMtn!

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Congratulations to @White_Mtn_Wx for winning the contest and will spend many a snowy evening reading about SuperStorm Sandy! Philly's high was 97F, there were 36 days with highs of 90F or higher

Book received. Thanks Tony for the prize and the nicely articulated signing! 😊

Looks like @White_Mtn_Wx & @PreserveJon (sorry I missed you yesterday) are going to be in the lead into Monday.  Monday might come close to that 97F.

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14 minutes ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

This is the last 30 years for PHL.  I wonder if that mean of 98F is just the average of the 103/93 or the actual mean of all the years.

 

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I did the math 2942/30 years = 98.07 degrees

I'm on my first cup of coffee so that may not be 100% accurate. ;)

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Also, the mean of 90+ days only being 30, a bit of surprise but we have seen a noticeable bump up since 2010. Average: 34.2 starting in 2010 

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Wonder what the numbers would have been without the massive tropical rains. 
 

My guess....101 and 42

I know areas like Harrisburg who missed out on the rain hit 100 this summer  

 

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11 hours ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

Congratulations to @White_Mtn_Wx for winning the contest and will spend many a snowy evening reading about SuperStorm Sandy!

Philly's high was 97F, there were 36 days with highs of 90F or higher and there were a combined 275 severe weather warnings issued by Mount Holly between June 1st & September 30th ( @Chubbs came closest with that).  Other honorable mentions @PreserveJon had the right highest temperature & @Parsley had the correct number of 90 degree days.

Thank-you everyone for participating! :clap:

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Excellent job, WhiteMtnWx

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9 hours ago, Parsley said:

Wonder what the numbers would have been without the massive tropical rains. 
 

My guess....101 and 42

I know areas like Harrisburg who missed out on the rain hit 100 this summer  

 

Yeah I agree. Before Fay temps were outperforming guidance,sometimes getting 17C over 850mb, after Fay they returned to “normal”. That July 21stish heat would have had a 100 in it.

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On 10/1/2020 at 7:22 PM, Rainshadow5.8 said:

Yeah I agree. Before Fay temps were outperforming guidance,sometimes getting 17C over 850mb, after Fay they returned to “normal”. That July 21stish heat would have had a 100 in it.

Book received. Thanks Tony for the prize and the nicely articulated signing! 😊

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