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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 14 2018, 04:01 PM


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QUOTE(KENNYP2339 @ Jun 14 2018, 04:55 PM) *
I was taken from a live feed camera of the hill from one of the local news channels, I wish I new the source, got it from a friend I work with that lives in PA



QUOTE(Undertakerson @ Jun 14 2018, 05:01 PM) *
Kenny - can you authenticate that image in any way? I haven't come across it - private source perhaps?

Anyway, I found this to be a bit of stunner...

Wilkes Barre Twp EF-2

Ive been working in the national weather service for 27 years, mostly in New York and Pennsylvania and Ive never seen damage like this before. It was pretty strong, said Dave Nicosia, National Weather Service.

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Undertakerson
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Kenny - can you authenticate that image in any way? I haven't come across it - private source perhaps?

Anyway, I found this to be a bit of stunner...

Wilkes Barre Twp EF-2

Ive been working in the national weather service for 27 years, mostly in New York and Pennsylvania and Ive never seen damage like this before. It was pretty strong, said Dave Nicosia, National Weather Service.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 14 2018, 03:49 PM


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QUOTE(KENNYP2339 @ Jun 14 2018, 04:47 PM) *
[attachment=356584:C3BD3EA0...5B477A21.jpeg] last night looking W of Scranton area

THAT is an awesome shot.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 14 2018, 03:23 PM


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https://www.timesleader.com/news/707943/ef2...h-130-mph-winds

For those who might want to read the local source news on the EF-2
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 14 2018, 03:42 AM


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Luzerne County in NEPA (Wilkes Barre region)

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'Likely tornado' ravages Mundy Street stores
https://www.timesleader.com/news/local/7077...vastating-storm
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 13 2018, 05:02 PM


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The way things seem to shake out in the long range, we may never get to remove the "?" in the title.

Just watched Weather World out of PSU and their Climate Watch (valid until 7/11) says "frequent fronts" - "no more than 4 days in a row with temps average+6".

http://cms.met.psu.edu/WeatherWorld/climatewatch.html

LR modeling and even some of the OFM signals suggest the beat goes on for while longer yet.

Maybe we could just rename the title to "MidAtl/ NE" Story of the 'Summer'. tongue.gif
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 7 2018, 05:50 AM


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Mid June system - GFS, CMC - both with moderate systems on a similar path as Alberto. NAV seems to be picking up. It's a bit too early for the UKM output to be on the charts, but it has a look as if it, too, will try to spin something. Euro is still open wave.

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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 6 2018, 05:02 PM


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QUOTE(so_whats_happening @ Jun 6 2018, 05:24 PM) *
I literally was watching this and wanted to post but didnt feel like making gifs. The gravity waves looked awesome over top the cumulus-stratus deck out there. Earlier also saw an outflow come from the southern york area SW into northern MD from what looked to be a cell that popped up quick, not enough to really register as a rain blob on radar, but must have quickly collapsed on itself and caused a OFB.

http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/nexrad/index...pe=LWX-N0Q-1-24

I would set it to 48 frames so you can actually see it but cool stuff out there today.

Yeah - it really was cool, I was just bustin' on the "gee whiz" part.

Being a child of the '60's (pipe down you wise acres who may be thinking of piping up) I haven't heard gee whiz since the days I used to watch Leave it to Beaver on the black and white, 3 channel (if the rabbit ears were working and it wasn't stormy weather), no remote, console TV we had (we got the optional Hi Fi system with ours - it even had FM radio on the dial and a really cool tone arm). It was a step up from the old Dumont with that ridiculous 14" screen though. laugh.gif
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 6 2018, 04:03 PM


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"Gee whiz" stuff?? LOLOL

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A very interesting (to meteorologists anyway) meso scale
feature is located over south-central PA and is resulting in
some of the low clouds east of the Laurels having a northward
component to their motion while clouds from northern and
western PA are settling south. There seems to be a low level
axis of deformation best depicted by the RAP at 850mb that
aligns almost perfectly from the southern Chesapeake up and
along the eastern slopes of the Appalachians of SW PA.
Meanwhile over the top we can see what appears to be the
remnants of high level gravity waves in the cirrus clouds
streaming ESE from the decaying Midwestern MCS. All kinds of
gee whiz stuff
on an otherwise quiet day.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 6 2018, 02:43 PM


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QUOTE(phillyfan @ Jun 6 2018, 03:18 PM) *
Is Saturday still considered a part of this or do we need a new thread for that.

Prolly should start a new thread. Just my .02 of course
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 6 2018, 11:49 AM


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QUOTE(MD Blue Ridge @ Jun 6 2018, 08:36 AM) *
wicked little cell rolled through around 7 pm last night. Pea sized hail. Amazing skies.

Thought that one might come down your way after visiting up here. I actually thought it might hail here, but no - just heavy downpours and frequent T&L.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 6 2018, 05:47 AM


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GFS (both "versions") pretty adamant on B storm (Beryl?). I've dubbed this Alberto II. Other models not so supportive - closest is CMC I guess.

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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 5 2018, 05:28 PM


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Finally decided to actually rain. Thunder and everything! 50 Dbz cell right over head ATTM and it is dumping.

https://radar.weather.gov/radar.php?rid=ccx...111&loop=no
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 3 2018, 04:25 PM


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Message:
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NOAA-NWS-ALERTS-MD125AA9AF76B4.FloodWarning.125AA9DC524CMD.LWXFLSL
X.3c2c2468e00874b13eb382d828427411 from w-nws.webmaster@noaa.gov
Sent:
16:53 EDT on 06-03-2018
Effective:
03:00 EDT on 06-04-2018
Expires:
10:51 EDT on 06-06-2018
Event:
Flood Warning
Alert:
...A FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 930 PM EDT FOR
SOUTHEASTERN CARROLL...NORTH CENTRAL HOWARD AND WEST CENTRAL
BALTIMORE COUNTIES...

At 450 PM EDT, doppler radar indicated heavy rain was still falling
across the region. Up to four inches of rain have already fallen,
with up to one inch in the last hour, and heavy rain is still
falling.
Trained weather spotters reported flooding ongoing at River
Road near Sykesville near the intersection of Route 851.
Some locations that may experience flooding include...
Randallstown, Owings Mills, Eldersburg, Reisterstown, Sykesville,
Oakland, Gamber, Finksburg, Henryton, West Friendship, Lisbon,
Louisville, Glyndon, Woodstock, Gaither, Granite, Poplar Springs,
Woodbine and Marriottsville.


QUOTE
Event:
Flood Warning
Alert:
...A FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 930 PM EDT FOR
SOUTHEASTERN CARROLL...NORTH CENTRAL HOWARD AND WEST CENTRAL
BALTIMORE COUNTIES...

At 450 PM EDT, doppler radar indicated heavy rain was still falling
across the region. Up to four inches of rain have already fallen,
with up to one inch in the last hour, and heavy rain is still
falling. Trained weather spotters reported flooding ongoing at River
Road near Sykesville near the intersection of Route 851.
Some locations that may experience flooding include...
Randallstown, Owings Mills, Eldersburg, Reisterstown, Sykesville,
Oakland, Gamber, Finksburg, Henryton, West Friendship, Lisbon,
Louisville, Glyndon, Woodstock, Gaither, Granite, Poplar Springs,
Woodbine and Marriottsville.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 3 2018, 04:22 PM


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MESOSCALE PRECIPITATION DISCUSSION 0264
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
354 PM EDT SUN JUN 03 2018

AREAS AFFECTED...PORTIONS OF VA...MD...DC AND DE

CONCERNING...HEAVY RAINFALL...FLASH FLOODING POSSIBLE

VALID 031954Z - 040000Z

SUMMARY...DEFORMATION BAND OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN SHOULD
PERSIST FOR AT LEAST A FEW MORE HOURS BEFORE LIKELY
WEAKENING/DISSIPATING. FLOODING AND FLASH FLOODING WILL REMAIN A
POSSIBILITY INTO EARLY EVENING.

DISCUSSION...AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE ACROSS SOUTHEASTERN VA HAS
BEEN NEARLY STATIONARY THROUGH THE DAY, BUT IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN
AN EAST-NORTHEASTWARD MOTION OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. NORTH OF
THE LOW, A PERSISTENT DEFORMATION BAND HAS PRODUCED MODERATE TO
HEAVY RAIN ACROSS PORTIONS OF VA AND MD THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
INSTABILITY REMAINS RELATIVELY LIMITED, WITH MLCAPE IN THE 500 TO
1000 J/KG RANGE AHEAD OF THE SURFACE LOW/FRONT AND LITTLE TO NO
INSTABILITY IN THE COLD SECTOR NORTH OF THE FRONT. PWATS REMAIN
HIGH, HOWEVER (1.7-1.9 INCHES), AND DYNAMICAL FORCING ALONG WITH
ISENTROPIC LIFTING AND UPSLOPE ENHANCEMENT HAVE MANAGED TO PRODUCE
HEAVY RAIN DESPITE THE LACK OF INSTABILITY. LOCALIZED RAINFALL
RATES AS HIGH AS 2 IN/HR HAVE BEEN REPORTED OCCASIONALLY
THROUGHOUT THE DAY IN THE HEAVIEST SHOWERS.

LATEST RADAR AND SATELLITE IMAGERY INDICATE THAT THIS DEFORMATION
BAND IS BEGINNING TO CONTRACT, AND THE HI-RES GUIDANCE ARE IN
GENERAL AGREEMENT THAT THE BAND SHOULD QUICKLY BEGIN TO WEAKEN
OVER THE NEXT FEW HOURS. THE HRRR/HRRR-EXP ARE THE QUICKEST WITH
THIS PROCESS, BRINGING AN END TO MOST RAIN IN THE DEFORMATION BAND
WITHIN THE NEXT 1-2 HOURS, WHILE THE WRF-ARW/NMM SHOW THIS
OCCURRING OVER A SEEMINGLY MORE REASONABLE 3-4 HOUR TIME PERIOD.
THE ARW/NMM SUGGEST THAT ANOTHER 1-2 INCHES OF ADDITIONAL RAINFALL
ARE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. LOCALIZED FLOODING OR
FLASH FLOODING WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE THROUGH 00Z.

RYAN

ATTN...WFO...AKQ...LWX...PHI...

ATTN...RFC...MARFC...
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 3 2018, 02:56 PM


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Managed to put 4.5 hours of seat time on the VTwin this afternoon, dry seat time no less smile.gif
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 3 2018, 07:45 AM


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QUOTE(Undertakerson @ Jun 3 2018, 06:31 AM) *
How could this possible miss philly's garden? Certainly, seems like showers for sure. smile.gif

http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.asp...cation=USMD0018

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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 3 2018, 05:37 AM


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MESOSCALE PRECIPITATION DISCUSSION 0262
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
513 AM EDT SUN JUN 03 2018

AREAS AFFECTED...PORTIONS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION

CONCERNING...HEAVY RAINFALL...FLASH FLOODING POSSIBLE

VALID 030912Z - 031500Z

SUMMARY...A FLASH FLOOD THREAT WILL CONTINUE INTO THE LATE MORNING
FOR PORTIONS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION WITH AN ADDITIONAL 2-4
INCHES POSSIBLE BY 15Z. THE FLASH FLOOD THREAT APPEARS TO BE
MAXIMIZED OVER EASTERN VA/SOUTHERN MD...NORTH OF I-64...BUT THE
REGIONAL FLASH FLOOD THREAT SHOULD REMAIN LOCALIZED.

DISCUSSION...AN 850-700 MB LOW CONTINUES TO BE SITUATED OVER THE
EASTERN VA/NC BORDER AS OF 0845Z WITH A SLOW MOVEMENT TOWARD THE
NORTHEAST EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT 6 HOURS. THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL
OVER THE PAST FEW HOURS OCCURRED EAST OF RICHMOND ALONG A SHEAR
AXIS WITH EMBEDDED MESOSCALE CIRCULATIONS AMID ESTIMATED MUCAPE OF
250-750 J/KG. RAIN RATES WERE REPORTED TO BE OVER 2 IN/HR IN NEW
KENT COUNTY BETWEEN 06-07Z WITH PRECIPITABLE WATER VALUES NEAR 2
INCHES. THIS REGION CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE THE BEST UPPER LEVEL
DIFFLUENCE CONNECTED TO A CLOSED UPPER LEVEL LOW SITUATED OVER
SOUTH-CENTRAL VA AS SEEN IN 6.9 MICRON WATER VAPOR IMAGERY.
FARTHER TO THE NORTHWEST OVER PORTIONS OF THE BLUE RIDGE AND
APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS...RADAR AND GAUGE REPORTS HAVE SHOWN
RAINFALL RATES APPROACHING 1 IN/HR...AN INCREASE FROM EARLIER IN
THE NIGHT. THE REGION TO THE WEST HAS BEEN IN A REGION OF LOWER
INSTABILITY BUT ENHANCED 850-700 MB CONFLUENT FLOW IN ADDITION TO
WINDS HAVING AN UPSLOPE COMPONENT IN THE LOWER LEVELS
.

OVER THE NEXT FEW HOURS...RAP FORECASTS ARE FOR THE CLOSED LOW TO
BEGIN TO OPEN UP WHICH SHOULD REDUCE THE DEGREE OF DIFFLUENCE
ALOFT OVER THE CHESAPEAKE BAY REGION. HOWEVER...ENHANCED RAIN
RATES ALONG THE PIVOTING SHEAR AXIS...FROM PETERSBURG TO
TAPPAHANNOCK AT 0845Z...WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE GIVEN A LINGERING
INSTABILITY MAXIMUM AND HIGHLY ANOMALOUS PRECIPITABLE WATER
VALUES. RAINFALL RATES OF 1-2 IN/HR WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH BRIEF
PERIODS OF TRAINING...MAINLY ALONG THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE
LINGERING SHEAR AXIS.

FARTHER TO THE NORTHWEST FROM CENTRAL VA INTO THE WV PANHANDLE AND
SOUTH-CENTRAL PA...CONFLUENT FLOW WITHIN A LOW LEVEL THETA-E MAX
WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT RAINFALL RATES APPROACHING 1
IN/HR...WHICH IS IN EXCESS OF VERY LOW FFG ACROSS NORTHERN VA INTO
THE WV PANHANDLE. WHILE CONFLUENT FLOW IS EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY
WEAKEN THROUGH THE REST OF THE MORNING...ADDITIONAL RAINFALL
ACROSS THIS REGION SHOULD RANGE FROM 1-3 INCHES
THROUGH 15Z.

OTTO

ATTN...WFO...AKQ...CTP...LWX...PHI...RNK..
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 3 2018, 05:31 AM


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How could this possible miss philly's garden? Certainly, seems like showers for sure. smile.gif

http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.asp...cation=USMD0018
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 06:46 PM


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QUOTE
Message:
NOAA-NWS-ALERTS-PA125AA9A0A42C.FlashFloodWarning.125AA9ACA8BCPA.CT
FFWCTP.113f335747b9237105f278018ac10620 from w-nws.webmaster@noaa.gov
Sent:
19:39 EDT on 06-02-2018
Effective:
19:39 EDT on 06-02-2018
Expires:
22:15 EDT on 06-02-2018
Event:
Flash Flood Warning
Alert:
The National Weather Service in State College PA has issued a

* Flash Flood Warning for...
Lancaster County in south central Pennsylvania...
Central York County in south central Pennsylvania...

* Until 1015 PM EDT.

* At 736 PM EDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing
heavy rain across the warned area. Up to an inch and a half of
rain has already fallen in a stripe from Intercourse to Lancaster
City to East Prospect and York City. Flash flooding is expected to
begin shortly as additional rain is moving in from the east.
While the additional rain will be lighter than what just occurred,
it will push the creeks and streams even higher.

* Some locations that will experience flooding include...

Akron, Millersville, Parkville, Red Lion, Mount Joy, New Holland,
Willow Street, Spry, Columbia and Weigelstown.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 03:29 PM


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Flooding down in Balto

QUOTE
Message:
NOAA-NWS-ALERTS-MD125AA9A02984.FloodWarning.125AA9AC6078MD.LWXFLWL
X.e812e5783357e66eef41bc0069d6e6a7 from w-nws.webmaster@noaa.gov
Sent:
16:25 EDT on 06-02-2018
Effective:
16:25 EDT on 06-02-2018
Expires:
20:30 EDT on 06-02-2018
Event:
Flood Warning
Alert:
The National Weather Service in Sterling Virginia has issued a

* Flood Warning for Urban Areas and Small Streams in...
Southeastern Carroll County in north central Maryland...
Baltimore City in northern Maryland...
Howard County in central Maryland...
Central Montgomery County in central Maryland...
Northwestern Harford County in northern Maryland...
Baltimore County in northern Maryland...

* Until 830 PM EDT.

* At 425 PM EDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing
heavy rain which will cause flooding. Up to two inches of rain have
already fallen.

* Some locations that may experience flooding include...
Baltimore, Columbia, Germantown, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Olney,
Pikesville, Cockeysville, Elkridge, Damascus, Ellicott City,
Towson, Aspen Hill, Catonsville, Woodlawn, Randallstown, Montgomery
Village, Parkville, Owings Mills and Bel Air North.
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 11:50 AM


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QUOTE(stxprowl @ Jun 2 2018, 12:40 PM) *
Is this you in a past life? tongue.gif
[attachment=356446:EE200EC4...6CCD53F2.png]

Nope - closer to this...

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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 10:31 AM


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QUOTE(phillyfan @ Jun 2 2018, 11:30 AM) *
Thanks UTS laugh.gif

You're welcome - I had hope I passed the audition. laugh.gif
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Undertakerson
Posted on: Jun 2 2018, 10:21 AM


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QUOTE(phillyfan @ Jun 2 2018, 09:36 AM) *
I'm still waiting for some rain had some sprinkles late last night. Still at 0.01" since the 23rd, hopefully today produces.

Where have all the showers gone, long time passing?

Where have all the showers gone, long time ago?

Where have all the showers gone?

PF needs them for his gar-den!

When will he ever learn? Oh when will he - ever learn?

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Posted on: May 31 2018, 05:56 PM


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When your local AFD covers almost a full week, with just a couple comments, you know the pattern is about to become stuck.

QUOTE
.LONG TERM /FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY/...
Model and ensemble guidance offer a reasonably similar large
scale pattern evolution over the Mid Atlantic region this period,
trending toward more amplitude/longevity with a developing
upper level low/trough. The initial upper trough should migrate
across the Appalachians Friday night before closing off near
the Delmarva Saturday night. The 500mb pattern takes on a mini
Rex Block configuration before another upstream trough rotates
southeast from the Great Lakes into the Northeast through early
next week. Smaller scale perturbations embedded with the mean
flow begin to complicate the upper pattern by increasing model
spread and forecast uncertainty later next week. That being
said, confidence is better than average in weather conditions
staying "unsettled" with repeated/daily rain chances. It looks
difficult to string together a few dry days.
Temperatures will
trending relatively cooler with the upper level trough influence
holding readings near to below average for early June. The
latest blends favor max rain potential over south-central and
southeastern parts of central PA this weekend. Some moderate to
locally heavy amounts are possible.
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