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I didn't know my weather console came with jokes! 

That map destroys any snowfall total map we had this past winter. How sad is that?😆 

Welp, we got slammed today in upper Darby. Was a little quiet when I got in, was able to post some things, and then the kettle boiled over. Notions flood prone spots, well they flooded.... numerous wa

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2 hours ago, irishbri74 said:

This storm is dropping some big tornados already... 

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Yeah I was up at 3 and watching that cell near Chesapeake. That looked like a huge tornado there. 

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The 10z HRRR seems to have sped up the storm considerably. On the 9Z run, the center was in south Jersey at 17Z and took three hours to get to NJ. Now on the 10Z run, the center is in south Jersey at 17Z but already in north Jersey just an hour later. Am I seeing this correctly? Any thoughts?

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34 minutes ago, JimCaruso said:

Was looking forward to watching Levi’s update on Tropical Tidbits but his last post on Iasais was Sunday night, odd that he didn’t post anything yesterday with landfall imminent.

He posted a tweet saying there would be no video since he was traveling or something like that, and to refer to local NWS guidance

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19 minutes ago, JimCaruso said:

The 10z HRRR seems to have sped up the storm considerably. On the 9Z run, the center was in south Jersey at 17Z and took three hours to get to NJ. Now on the 10Z run, the center is in south Jersey at 17Z but already in north Jersey just an hour later. Am I seeing this correctly? Any thoughts?

It develops another low under that convection briefly.  The real Isaias is over your house at 18z.

 

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3 minutes ago, Madmax said:

Can see the water level rising in our pool, so these amounts from our weather station seem accurate. 

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That last storm dropped over 1" in 35 minutes here, so makes sense.  Wow

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