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  2. Looks to be an MCV ongoing on Minnesota, rotation evident on radar.
  3. Today
  4. The heavy action went to your north. I know that trend all too well this summer.
  5. well we got thunder and lightning for a while and then the skies opened up and it began pouring here
  6. That line really fizzled as it hit Maine. Only recorded 0.01".
  7. 0.88" of rain measured at county airport at 10:53pm and it is still coming raining. Will check 11:53 reading to see we reached an inch.
  8. Are we sure it was the weather? Some activity going on out there. Went around me in both directions. They were calling for 50% chance. Not a wish washy forecast, but half the forecast area was affected. Interesting, huh, RobB?
  9. I'm just HAPPY to get some decent rain. It has been a quite awhile I have heard rain hitting the skylight like this. it has not rain this hard since May in my area. The plants and grass are smiling and the lawn mower is going GRRRRR!!!!
  10. Ok, so the weather stinks. It’s August. August stinks, usually. i just don’t want to see this in October, like we did last year. Let’s just grit our teeth and muscle through this typically nasty month... Hang in there!
  11. Coming your way @StretchCT, some of the loudest thunder I have heard all summer.
  12. Getting some heavy rain with this batch passing through.
  13. One of the coolest things about KS for me so far has been how far away you can see the lightning. And not reflections, but the bolts themselves. Last night had some phenomenal cloud-to-ground.
  14. TheDayAfterTomorrow

    17AUG19

    Aftermath of a severe thunderstorm in NW Kansas; August 17, 2019; view is eastward.

    © THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW AUGUST 2019

  15. Type of night where the sky has constant flashes reflected in the clouds and humidity from various cells far away. We’ll see if those heavier ones come through or stay just north in the next half hour But for now, it’s an electric sky
  16. I drenched two pair of underwear and two t shirts working outside and it wasn’t even that hot. Looking forward to some storms coming though.
  17. We have incoming south of Poughkeepsie, also a heads up for Northern NJ.
  18. A wider view of this line moving through the Northeast. From Maine and extends into Northeast PA. with multiple severe Thunderstorm warnings.
  19. 1816

    Wildfires

    I saw some satellite pics while back that blew my mind. They really did away with the rainforest/jungle. Not just a media scare that stuff is for real.
  20. A few warnings out there with that nasty line. Hoping the trailing part of this line will make it into Mid-Hudson-Valley to deliver some much needed moisture.
  21. Yesterday
  22. Worst week of the Summer overcast and humid every day, no rain just cloudy. Horrible. Hoping some of those storms make it here but highly doubtful as the trend has been to die out as the approach the coast.
  23. Pretty good line there. Topped out at 69.1° here, with a bit of "mist" in the air. You could feel it on your face, but the ground never looked wet.
  24. MaineJay

    Wildfires

    Man, I knew they were burning down the rainforest in South America, but had never really looked at the scale. This is just Bolivia, but if you pan around, its mind numbing. Every red dot is a fire, and there's one that looks like sure the inferno that blew up today. Note that the yellowish lights that show up near the end are cities. https://rammb-slider.cira.colostate.edu/?sat=goes-16&z=4&im=42&ts=1&st=0&et=0&speed=130&motion=loop&map=1&lat=0&opacity[0]=1&opacity[1]=0.28&hidden[0]=0&hidden[1]=0&pause=20190817210059&slider=-1&hide_controls=1&mouse_draw=0&follow_feature=0&follow_hide=0&s=rammb-slider&sec=full_disk&p[0]=geocolor&p[1]=fire_temperature&x=14279.4443359375&y=14748.0283203125
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