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Mike W IN ALTMAR

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  1. Mother nature not making it easy on the men/women trying to restore power.
  2. Pouring out, only 0.10 liquid so far.. Just lost power at work, time to go home? Lol
  3. Plenty of sun here Not a cloud in the sky.. 69° sunny, 65% humidity, DP 55°..
  4. First flood warning of the spring/summer.. The National Weather Service in Buffalo has issued a * Flood Warning for... Cayuga County in central New York... Oswego County in central New York... * Until 145 PM EDT. * At 1038 AM EDT, Doppler radar and automated rain gauges indicated thunderstorms with heavy rain over the area. The rain will cause flooding. Up to two and a half inches of rain have already fallen. * Some locations that will experience flooding include... Oswego, Fulton, Fair Haven Beach State Park, Pulaski, Central Square, Weedsport, Redfield, Cato, Selkirk Shores State Park and Mexico Point State Park. This includes the following highways... Interstate 90 near exit 40. Interstate 81 between exits 32 and 38.
  5. First batch of heavy rain getting ready to move through..
  6. Washout: An inch or more of rain Thursday could cause minor flooding, push Lake Ontario higher Heavy rain will hit the Rochester-Finger Lakes region Thursday, with an inch possible in many spots and higher totals possible in the southern parts of the region. Some minor flooding is possible, and the rain could push already-swollen Lake Ontario to new record heights. Light rain and a few thundershowers are possible Wednesday, but the heavier precipitation arrives Thursday morning. Rain is expected to continue all day and fall even harder Thursday night, the National Weather Service said. A few thunderstorms are possible as well. The track of an oncoming storm system remained uncertain Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said, and hence forecasters found it difficult to predict rainfall totals. An inch of rain was likely in many locations, with 1½ inches possible in the Southern Tier. The heavy rain, should it develop as forecast, could put a damper on the hopes of Lake Ontario shoreline property owners that water levels will go down. The lake has been above the previous record high water level since May 31, and peaked at its highest point yet on Friday after a modest rainfall on Thursday. It has declined slightly since then, but likely would go up again after Thursday's rainfall, with a new high-water mark possible. Rain is expected to let up by early Friday, with sunny skies returning for much of the day. Rainfall in Rochester was very close to the long-term average for the first half of June, but areas near the east end of Lake Ontario have had nearly double their normal ration of rain in that time.
  7. Kbuf Our attention then turns to the main system of the week for Thursday and Thursday night. A well defined southern stream trough will move from the Ohio Valley to the eastern Great Lakes and northern Mid Atlantic through the period, with the system interacting with the east-west frontal zone which has been stalled just south of our area. This presence of the stalled frontal zone will result in strong frontogenetic forcing superimposed on the already well defined synoptic scale ascent with the mid level shortwave. Abundant moisture will be transported north and east, with PWAT rising to 1.5 to 1.75 inches. Latest 00Z model guidance continues to show some important differences with respect to the synoptic scale details of track, timing, and strength. The 00Z GFS is farthest south and weakest, which would keep the heavy rain risk mainly south of our area. The rest of the guidance, including the NAM, ECMWF, and GEM are stronger and farther north with the surface low, and a little sharper with the mid level trough, and all still suggest widespread rain (possibly heavy) for our area later Thursday through the first half of Thursday night. The 00Z GFS certainly appears to be an outlier solution as this point, so stayed close to the previous forecast with 100 POPS for later Thursday and total QPF of 1-1.5 inches Thursday through Thursday night. If training convection or a concentrated area of heavy rain along the stalled boundary develops, a few areas may exceed 1.5 inches which would result in an elevated flood risk locally. The widespread rain will taper off from west to east later Thursday night as the surface low and sharp mid level trough move into New England and the northern Mid Atlantic. Temperatures will be held down Thursday with the onset of more widespread rain. Expect highs to be in the upper 60s to lower 70s, likely dropping back through the 60s later Thursday once the steadier rain arrives. Lows Thursday night will be in the mid to upper 50s https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=BUF&issuedby=BUF&product=AFD&format=CI&version=1&glossary=1&highlight=off
  8. A little more"mugginess" today and you can definitely feel it lol Albeit still not terrible..
  9. A not so comfortable 60° with 90% humidity currently, overall a mostly dry week ahead minus Thursday.. Heavy rainfall will be possible across the entire area Thursday into Thursday night as a couple of moisture-laden systems track through the area. Rainfall amounts of one to three inches look possible at this time.
  10. Another miserable morning, only 0.15" liquid but the constant mist/light rain stinks lol Which we seem to get a lot of , 51°, west wind, drizzle..
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