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> June 1-? MidAtl/NE Stationary Front & Continued Flood Risk
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post Jun 22 2018, 11:11 PM
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What had looked like our driest June in at least 14 years could very well turn into an average to possible even wetter-than-average month. We are supposed to get a rainy weekend (it is almost always the weekend, of course.), and more rain next week from a generic low-pressure system. After Monday, there are no cold fronts in the forecast for next week--only warm and/or humid, warm and humid. I shall enjoy Monday, the last springlike day of the month before the inevitable shift to oppressive weather begins. Light rain has begun.


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post Jun 23 2018, 06:04 AM
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This front is playing games here, the radar looked very promising but as luck will have it, the rain shield eroded and the batches that did make it past rt80 either went to the east or west of me.
I cancelled a perfectly good morning to do a French drain job thinking the ground would be to wet (didn't want to create ruts or kill to much grass with my machine)
I guess I'll grab a cup of coffee and go outside to water my garden, plants don't look to happy.
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post Jun 23 2018, 06:19 AM
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QUOTE(KENNYP2339 @ Jun 23 2018, 07:04 AM) *
This front is playing games here, the radar looked very promising but as luck will have it, the rain shield eroded and the batches that did make it past rt80 either went to the east or west of me.
I cancelled a perfectly good morning to do a French drain job thinking the ground would be to wet (didn't want to create ruts or kill to much grass with my machine)
I guess I'll grab a cup of coffee and go outside to water my garden, plants don't look to happy.

Meanwhile, down "south" here in CTP land, it's been a constant drizzly/showery state since last evening (tho' I doubt much more than .25 has fallen in the past twelve hours). Radar is clear but the skies are quite dismal.
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post Jun 23 2018, 10:37 AM
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QUOTE(Undertakerson @ Jun 23 2018, 07:19 AM) *
Meanwhile, down "south" here in CTP land, it's been a constant drizzly/showery state since last evening (tho' I doubt much more than .25 has fallen in the past twelve hours). Radar is clear but the skies are quite dismal.

Got a torrential rain that moved through here around 4am. Got around half inch out of it. Quite isolated since Reading airport only got 0.04"


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post Jun 23 2018, 05:34 PM
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Ended up “taking a chance” and doing the French drain job, we were done by 2pm, it was amazing to see the dirt dry 15” down, just powdery. Still haven’t had a drop of rain yet, I have a family bbq tomorrow across the county, so it will def rain tomorrow, prob start when we get the grills going.
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post Jun 24 2018, 07:25 PM
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My woman friend and I went on a Sunday drive early this afternoon, and of course the skies opened up a half an hour later. We decided to abort our drive (which is just as well for me because I had to work on my music book). We went back out at 5, only to have it pour down on us a second time. We thought we had an excellent chance at breaking our June 24 rainfall record (of less than an inch), but the weather station at the airport only received a pedestrian two-fifths of an inch. Temperature-wise, I am enjoying the cool air.

Tonight will be what I call a fifty-niner. A fifty-niner is when the temperature stays above 60 degrees for 23 of 24 hours but falls to 59 or lower shortly after a late-day cold front passes through. This year, it seems we can only get a min of 60-plus when the max is 80-plus.



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post Jun 25 2018, 08:02 PM
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So with last nights rain, has this front finally moved on?
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