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MaineJay last won the day on May 15

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  • Locale
    Casco, Maine elev. ~440'


  • Interests
    Weather, Photography, Natural Phenomena
  • Perfect Day
    Snorkeling in Virgin Gorda or Skiing during a 12"+ snowstorm

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  1. Download the Pluto app, they have a channel that runs episodes 24/7/365. Seasons also available on Netflix, including a "reboot". I've been a fan since I was knee high to a grasshopper. On a weather note, gorgeous, let's keep this lack of humidity all summer. 81° yesterday, 49° this morning. Just amazing.
  2. Okay, did I not get the memo saying that we are biking on the left side of the road now? I've seen more people biking into traffic than going with the flow lately. I always learned that you bike with traffic and walk against it...confused. Weather wise another pleasant, rain free day in the 70s with dews in the 50s.
  3. Nice job catching that UFO. I'm hoping the flow remains zonal enough to push things on a west-east trajectory. Is been quite a benign spring/summer transition up here. Virtually no thunderstorms, little heat (and when so, it's fairly dry) and enough rain to keep things green without many rain outs. SREFs say rain today, and there wasa shows that came through very early am, but the sun is brightening up the windows currently.
  4. Occasional showers so far. Temp is a cool 57.2°, but not cool enough to keep the skeeters from biting. Skies are actually kinda "bright".
  5. Close. https://www.spc.noaa.gov/exper/soundingclimo/
  6. Downright hot for me today. 85.8° for a high, easily the warmest day of the year.
  7. The skeeters have been awful, I'm wondering if they are of the Asian tiger variety since they are active all day, everyday... I've pulled 3 biters off myself this year, including one black legged tick. On a positive, 75° yesterday, but 45° now.
  8. 4 month sequence of subsurface anomalies. Looks like we are in a bit of limbo. Guess we'll just have to watch and see where it goes from here.
  9. Let the cool weather continue, . **ducks** I know many love the summer, but I find the heat repulsive. Wearing a hoodie in June is sublime, helps with the mosquitos which tried to carry me away when mowing yesterday. We haven't had a whole lot of sunny days, but no real wash outs either, just cool, and showery. This wicked high wave number pattern is resisting all attempts at a pattern shift. Cut off and closed lows all over the northern hemisphere. Blocking galore, looks like about 8 planetary waves.
  10. Found these in the CPC's Monthly ocean briefing. I think they are statistical, but 3 out of 4 favor an El Niño for next winter.
  11. We are going to have to watch the sunspot numbers over the summer, I normally keep an eye on it in regards to auroras. Here's three predictions, two of which suggest minimum is here, or even past, with activity ramping up into winter. http://sidc.oma.be/silso/ssngraphics
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