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By: Zachary Labe , 1:57 PM GMT on June 17, 2012

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194. PhillySnow
2:34 PM GMT on July 12, 2012
Quoting listenerVT:




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Time for some Rain Dancing!!
This looks suspiciously similar to the famous Snow Dance. :) What an interesting concept; that dancing can bring on particular weather patterns. Anyone know the origin? I suspect it has to do with focusing the mind and our intentions.
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193. TheRasberryPatch
11:23 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
Quoting Blizzard92:

Ugh, we just missed it. 0.07in of rain here, but it was not even wet under the trees.


I was surprised to see it stay in one place. It was threatening in my area and I heard thunder. Not even a drop of rain.

Do you think the chances this weekend will pan out?
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192. Zachary Labe
10:45 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
Quoting TheRasberryPatch:
I wonder if Blizz got any of the rain that just stayed in one spot for about an hour then dissapated. It just missed me

Ugh, we just missed it. 0.07in of rain here, but it was not even wet under the trees.
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191. originalLT
4:50 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
Wow, Listener, quite a busy time ahead for you and your Hubby! I just hope there aren't any T. Storms around for that race on Sat. Yeah, I can see you "sleeping" away the 25th of July! You get my good vibes for you and the whole family. LT
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190. listenerVT
4:45 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
Quoting originalLT:
The little T. Storm moved right towards me, be as I thought it might, it fell apart as it reached me, and we had only sprinkles! (See post 184).


Double Drat!


Okay, it's going to be a wild and crazy weekend around here.

First, our two 12 week old kittens have been on a specialised antibiotic and are doing better. They are just this hour officially OFF the antibiotic. We'll find out tomorrow whether they are okay, or beginning to relapse. Assuming it's all good, then our Youngest is coming over late tomorrow night bringing our grandcat Mali to spend the weekend while they are away at a wedding.

Add to that that I'll be at a Library workshop all Friday morning and am needed to work extra hours 2-6pm to cover for a coworker who is on vacation. (A third of the staff is on vacation!). My husband is working from home on Friday so he can also herd cats.

On Saturday while I'm working, he'll be sailing in the Mayor's Cup Race over on the NY side of Lake Champlain...with temps in the low 90's and wind only about 5-7kts. Heh.

Once all of that settles down, and Sunday rolls around and Mali goes home, we still need to volunteer at the Root Center (our son's non-profit that grows veggies for the food banks) before picking up middle granddaughter for an overnight and to spend Monday with me until after her Dance Class (which ends at 5:30pm).

I tell ya, it's never a dull moment.

If all goes well with the kitties, Mali comes back here from the 18th to the 24th, while her people are away. PLUS we have a big Family Gathering to attend on the 21st, after which our other two granddaughters and their parents will be staying with us from the 21st-24th.

I am looking forward to having the 25th off and will probably sleep the whole day long!!

Send me good vibes for endurance and sense of humour!!!
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189. originalLT
2:19 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
The little T. Storm moved right towards me, be as I thought it might, it fell apart as it reached me, and we had only sprinkles! (See post 184).
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188. TheRasberryPatch
10:24 PM GMT on July 11, 2012
I wonder if Blizz got any of the rain that just stayed in one spot for about an hour then dissapated. It just missed me
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187. bwi
9:28 PM GMT on July 11, 2012
Quoting Blizzard92:
Another day, no rain.


I think we had about a half inch in much of the close-in DC area last night. Very welcome!
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186. listenerVT
5:38 PM GMT on July 11, 2012
PhillySnow ~ Hurrah that the snowstorm won!!

That would be my choice, of course. In a snowstorm you can always take cover and add layers. But in a heat wave there are only so many layers you can remove. And even if you have air conditioning, the electricity could fail.

"Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice."
~ Robert Frost
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185. listenerVT
5:25 PM GMT on July 11, 2012
Quoting originalLT:
Looking at the radar at 12:05AM, looks like there is a small T. Storm moving towards me from NE NJ. It will be interesting to see if it holds together, and if it's on the right vector to hit me in central Stamford CT. I'll let you know. Should be here by about 1AM or so.


We're on pins and needles, LT. Did you get rain??

No rain in sight here either. Just heat. Bleah.


Wait wait! Late addition: 4:30pm...
Now there's talk of thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday.

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Time for some Rain Dancing!!
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184. originalLT
4:09 AM GMT on July 11, 2012
Looking at the radar at 12:05AM, looks like there is a small T. Storm moving towards me from NE NJ. It will be interesting to see if it holds together, and if it's on the right vector to hit me in central Stamford CT. I'll let you know. Should be here by about 1AM or so.
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183. Zachary Labe
1:53 AM GMT on July 11, 2012
Another day, no rain.
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182. Pcroton
3:14 PM GMT on July 10, 2012
me too goofy. tenth inch in about 5-7 minutes of almost heavy rain.

amazing lightning show. shame it claimed yet another just foolish foolish person in monmouth beach on the seawall

winds hit 45-50 briefly here. took a few limbs.

while i missed the heavier rain that the southern reaches got i sure didn't miss the 75-80mph winds they got.

the public information reports did not sound good. consistent 75mph+ damage.


well, we are in drought conditions, even if not officially, but as with all....the storms get closer and closer each time, you get your first one, and the pattern changes for the better.

looking ahead it seems friday onward through at least tuesday is a chance of showers and storms for the entire period.

things are looking up

water restrictions eased to allow some hose watering as the water plant continues to blame everyone but themselves and operate off of temporary fixes that took longer than permanent ones could or should have. not much we can do about it but shake our fists in disgust. lol.

be good folks. and continue to keep in mind that all spring and summer even the smallest storm seems to have had absolute deadly wind and lightning consequences. atmosphere just seems conducive to it this season. i would not expect that to change.
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181. originalLT
5:42 PM GMT on July 09, 2012
Hi Listener and everyone, yes we did take pics., about 150 of them plus an hours worth of video. I'll try to post a few-- but I'm so computer dumb I don't know if I can.
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180. NEwxguy
4:59 PM GMT on July 09, 2012
Hey,Philly,interesting survey,like you said it depends on when you give that survey probably.Myself Im a hot weather guy,so would probably lean toward a heatwave.
Gorgeeous weather going right now,warm and no humidity,mind kind of weather.
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179. bwi
4:08 PM GMT on July 09, 2012
Excellent -- 79degrees at DCA at today's noon reading. That's lower than the PM lows we'd been having. Welcome relief from the heat. We had a couple light showers last night too, so the grass will be a little greener by this afternoon. Could really use a couple inches, though, or else the trees are going to suffer when the heat comes back.
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178. PhillySnow
3:49 PM GMT on July 09, 2012
Hi everyone! Wow - a lot has gone on since I was last on the blog: LT's amazing-sounding trip to Alaska, Ally's dance recital, Hoy's ladybugs for pest relief, and Heavy's power outage. I may have missed some of the news - my eyes glance around when there are so many posts to catch up on.

Our weather has been hot and mostly dry. We had the extreme storms a couple of weekends ago, and nothing since then. One of our news stations did a survey in Philly asking people if they prefer a heat wave or a snowstorm, and guess which won. . . . . snow! I think it would have turned out differently just a few years ago.
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177. listenerVT
7:08 AM GMT on July 09, 2012
No rain expected this week here. The next two days will be upper 70's, but then we go back to the 90's. I'm looking forward to a nice string of 60's and 70's again someday.
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176. listenerVT
7:05 AM GMT on July 09, 2012
OriginalLT ~ So glad you had a great time!! My brother and SIL went on a similar adventure there a week or so before and are still talking about it. Got photos?
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175. Zachary Labe
12:15 AM GMT on July 09, 2012
Quoting bwi:
Yesterday's storms missed us north -- today's look like they're forming south. Dang

The grass is burning up quick in these parts. I would expect many of us to soon enter the D0 drought monitor index.
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174. bwi
8:33 PM GMT on July 08, 2012
Yesterday's storms missed us north -- today's look like they're forming south. Dang
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173. TheRasberryPatch
11:09 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
Like I said before, don't wait until you are 60 or more. Go when you can hike and enjoy the beauty. What is so amazing is your depth perception is gone. Things are so big there. The mountains all around. I recall looking out at a boat on the water thinking it was some 25' boat and as it got closer and closer it got bigger. It ended up being a small cruise ship. That is how things are there in Alaska. The trip through Denali is awesome. I could go on and on
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172. Hoynieva
5:06 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
I envy that trip, LT, and hope to take one to that wilderness in the coming years. It's one of the few states I've always wanted to visit but haven't yet experienced. And I even have family there.

I agree about Mt. Rainier being quite incredible both from and above the ground. In a plane, jutting up, snow encrusted, from a bed of clouds like a magical land from stories past - with Mt. St. Helens' cratered peak in the distance - is an image I'll never forget. Especially since it's in digital form on my computer. But that's beside the point.


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171. originalLT
3:47 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
Re-checked your post #74 TRP. Yes it is truly awe-inpiring up there. Glad you got to see Mt. McKinley. That must have been amazing. Got to see Mt Rainier, which is SSE of Seattle, both from the air and while we were back in Seattle, because the weather was so clear, and that mountain is only about two/thirds as tall as Mt McKinley, so McKinley must be "jaw-dropping"!
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170. TheRasberryPatch
2:11 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
OriginalLT - look back on post #74. I vacationed there back in 2001 for 11 days. It was awe inspiring. I got lucky too. I got to see Mt. McKinley in all its brilliance. Something like 20 days of clouds before the day I did the trip and the next day after I did the trip it was cloudy.
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169. originalLT
2:01 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
Back from my Alaska trip! In a word, the land, the terraine is "awe inspiring" . Just incredible. We of course just saw a small area of SE Alaska and the western edge of Canada, but the mountains , lakes, and glaciers, and large snow fields up in the mountains seemed almost endless. We stopped at Juneau, Skagway, the Tracy Arm Fijord area, and Victoria BC. The temps. were mostly in the 50's with partly to mostly cloudy skys, with a couple of sprinkles up in Juneau and Skagway. By the Time we went back South to Victoria, it was mostly clear, highs in the mid 60's, and back in Seattle, sunny and 70-75F. No heat wave up there! Heard about the extreme heat you've been having, and that Derachio event. Got CNN news on the ship. Here in Stamford CT. today, only got up to the upper 80's, alot of cloud cover and a few sprinkles, but not much else. -- Blizz or anyone on the Blog, if you ever have the opportunity for an "Alaskan adventure", I would advise you to take it. It is breath-taking. PS. the Cascade Mountains around Seattle are fantastic to look at too.
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168. goofyrider
1:08 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
tenth inch
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167. Mason803
12:44 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
Hit 100F here in Cashtown today. Really hoping for some rain. We've only had 0.48" of it the last 25 days and not more than 0.12" at one event. Very dry
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166. Zachary Labe
12:20 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
A pathetic 0.01in of rain today with a high of 102F. Ugh!
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165. TheRasberryPatch
12:00 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
Storms missed me, UGH
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164. goofyrider
11:29 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
Sky getting dark with the sounds of thunder in the NW
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163. Gaara
7:46 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
The HRRR is floating a big ol' swing and a miss today for us here in Southern CT. Remnants of the storms from NW NY were pretty pathetic. Our 24kgal pool is up to 88 (!!) degrees and the cover's been off.. Hasn't been that warm in over a decade.
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162. goofyrider
4:58 PM GMT on July 07, 2012
A'cc'er radar for NY/NJ. Shows clusters of moisture streaming SE from the lakes. If this was Jan. we would be talking about "lake effect snows". How about lake effect rains. Looks like Sullivan Co in the path and maybe NYC suburbs to west and north. 451 Poppa. Maybe tonight. We have had 45 runs since start of month due to heat and no of visitors to the shore. That's without T'storms and lightning strikes.
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161. bwi
1:32 AM GMT on July 07, 2012
HPC has upped our rain totals for Maryland in the next 5 days -- hopefully we'll get more moisture but this time without the damaging winds!
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160. Gaara
11:42 PM GMT on July 06, 2012
Best of luck with the rain tomorrow pcroton. Hopefully you'll get some nice training storms.
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159. Pcroton
11:20 PM GMT on July 06, 2012
depending on the outlook you read
we could seemultiple clusters
and potentially an mcs along the front
wind damage is a distinct possibility with a low level jet interaction
that combined with severe power grid strain due to extreme heat we could havr outages

pretty much losing the grass and some plants
water main failures have caused continued outdoor water ban
sneaking a little water wont cut it anymore
its all too far gone
need multiple soaking rains
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158. TheRasberryPatch
8:35 PM GMT on July 06, 2012
Thanks for the update Gaara.

Hopefully, it won't be as severe as last week, but with temps as high as they have been it makes you wonder.
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157. Gaara
3:45 PM GMT on July 06, 2012
Upton's Saturday night discussion:

A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL DROP SOUTH ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA SAT NIGHT INTO SUN MORNING. DUE TO SLOPE OF THE COLD FRONT...IT APPEARS THAT CONVECTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE BOUNDARY MAY BE MORE POST-FRONTAL WITH A POTENTIAL MCS TRACKING ALONG OR JUST NORTH OF THE BOUNDARY. THERE IS CONCERN AS STRONG DEEP LAYERED SHEAR WILL BE PRESENT...IN EXCESS OF 40 KT...AND WITH A CONVECTIVE COMPLEX ORIENTED PARALLEL TO THE BOUNDARY AND THE UPPER FLOW THERE COULD BE STRONG DAMAGING WINDS. THUS...THE POTENTIAL IS THERE FOR SEVERE WEATHER...BUT SPECIFIC DETAILS AND TIMING REMAIN UNCERTAIN AT THIS TIME.
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156. bwi
9:54 PM GMT on July 05, 2012
MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 1408
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0337 PM CDT THU JUL 05 2012

AREAS AFFECTED...CNTRL/SCNTRL PA...NRN MD

CONCERNING...SEVERE POTENTIAL...WATCH POSSIBLE

VALID 052037Z - 052230Z

PROBABILITY OF WATCH ISSUANCE...40 PERCENT

SUMMARY...THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT EXPECTED NEXT 1 TO 2 HOURS IN
CNTRL PA. DAMAGING WIND SHOULD BE MAIN THREAT INTO LATE AFTERNOON
WITH ISOLATED LARGE HAIL.

DISCUSSION...ALTHOUGH SFC WINDS ARE W/NWLY...TEMPERATURE HAVE
CLIMBED INTO THE MID 90S AND DEWPOINTS ARE IN THE UPPER 60S TO NEAR
70. MLCAPE IS IN EXCESS OF 3000 J/KG. MODEL FORECASTS THE CAPPING
INVERSION OVER THE AREA SHOULD CONTINUE TO WEAKEN ALLOWING STORMS TO
DEVELOP. SATELLITE ALSO INDICATES CU FIELD IS BECOMING MORE
ENHANCED ON VIS IMAGERY. DAMAGING WINDS AND ISOLATED LARGE HAIL
COULD BE POSSIBLE ONCE THE STORMS FORM AND A WATCH IS POSSIBLE.

..BOTHWELL/THOMPSON.. 07/05/2012
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155. Pcroton
6:09 PM GMT on July 05, 2012
hi goofy
nicr light show last night
it was close within 1.5mi as it let loose just east of the 102 tolls
i am just west of that
onto Saturday

my bank visit just down the road revealed small limbs down and wet landscapebeds

closer we get
tends to tease ever closer with these patterns and then we get the heat wave backbreaking deluge

is this the serengeti awaiting the monsoons or is itnj.

not sure anymore
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154. Pcroton
6:02 PM GMT on July 05, 2012
kudos to the writer of the MD last night
for north and cent nj
wx followed suit
unfortunately i missed going right thru the gap
filled in just south of me
saturday looks to be the real deal
only question is how solid orbroken the line of storms may be
mid 80s/mid60s on tap all next week

way things have gone am in believe when seen mode
yet itlooks promising

hot humid and bone dry here
numbers have become meaningless as of late
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153. Gaara
4:39 PM GMT on July 05, 2012
My sister and her husband have been visiting from
Silver spring since Thursday. She was Supposed to leave early Tuesday but still no power.

Spc has another day 3 slight risk up today for the entire upton CWA. Maybe this one will pan out.
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152. listenerVT
3:59 PM GMT on July 05, 2012
We got it light here, but some folks got hit hard...trees down and more. Still, lighter than what those of you to the south have been hit with. And given that we've had some rain, we're super lucky. Take care, all.

... Record daily maximum rainfall set at Burlington VT...

a record rainfall of 1.4 inch(es) was set at Burlington VT yesterday. This breaks the old record of 0.96 set in 1996.

... Record daily maximum rainfall set at St. Johnsbury VT...

a record rainfall of 2.02 inch(es) was set at St. Johnsbury VT yesterday. This breaks the old record of 1.4 set in 1974.
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151. NEwxguy
3:20 PM GMT on July 05, 2012
Looks like the heat gets broken for a lot areas as the ridge moves west and the west will be cooking for a while. We have a nice comfortable week ahead here in the Northeast.
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Thanks for the welcome back to power and WU!

It stunk without power in this weather, but I drew some wall paintings on some cave walls and hunted a wooly mammoth. That took my mind off of the heat. Now, no cell or hard line phone for a day was truly the dark ages.
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Quoting Blizzard92:
It might be upwards of 100F on Saturday for many areas!


Thanks Blizz.

We keep missing the rain. Last night it passed just to our east.

do you think the heat will break anytime soon? from what I read on Tuesday the ridge is still strong and NAO is pretty much non-existant, so we might have continued 90's for awhile. They did say the monsoonal rains should pick up for the West soon which would break the heat a bit out there.
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It might be upwards of 100F on Saturday for many areas!
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Hi All, and welcome back HeavySnow!!!

We got a nice soaking overnight, and early evening today an impressive line of storms paraded through. Our barbecue with family and friends went fine, but son and family took a long time getting home due to so many trees down. Wild!

Mother Nature provided our fireworks!
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0. 7-8 in West of Freehold just some rain. Then. It formed a bow echo. As it approached the coast. Rain and thunder. Sorry Heavy to hear a out the wind storm. P 451. Eh. This has been a tough week
Happy 4th of July. To all.
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hi hoy thanks for reading the rant and replying
i might look into your suggestions
i do have a lot of ladybug food but am somewhat hesitant due to overuseage of pesticideds by all in this development
i wouldbe setting thrm free to die

got a lot of wood moths setying up. spider mites. white peach scale. and newest large scale neighborhood pest sod webworms

the weather here has obviously favored large population births of every single pest

the birds and dragonflies and bats are obese lol. they cannot keep up!



heavy good to see you back and safe. couldnt imagine no power in this heat wave

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A pathetic 0.06in of rain last night, ugh!
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