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idecline
Posted on: Jul 10 2018, 08:26 PM


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...hot again today inland...low 90's and higher in the Santa Clara Valley...mid to high 90's in Santa Rosa and east of Livermore...cool to warm along the coast...more coastal fog along the coast overnight...a little cooler?
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...the intense heat and the storms moving by to our north give us a shot at some monsoonal moisture on Thursday into Friday...high to mid-level clouds should dull temperatures a bit...higher humidity will make it feel a bit less temperate...doubtful if any moisture from these clouds...
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...looks as if our 3-day on/3-day off fog intrusion pattern will continue...3 days of increasing temps then 3 day decreasing temps...situation 'semi-normal'... huh.gif
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 10 2018, 08:14 PM


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Wilton, MN on 07/11/2018

Crescent, WI on 07/12/2018

Kanorado, KS on 07/13/2018

Plentywood, MT on 07/14/2018

Papillion, NE on 07/15/2018

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idecline
Posted on: Jul 9 2018, 06:37 PM


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Hot weather to continue...after record temperatures in Southern California over the weekend...hot and dry conditions persist along much of the West Coast and into the Desert SouthWest and Four Corners regions...
Monsoonal activity is already picking up...bringing some relief to areas that have been suffering with drought and very hot temperatures...
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now for our area...
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...high pressure is still dominant...although as this thread has pointed out for the last many months...the high pressure center is well offshore and depressed somewhat to the south...a large ridge will build in coming into the weekend as energy off the Pacific presses against the ridge...this may create a little more 'amplitude'... unsure.gif
OPC 48hr:
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...another in between situation looks to arrive late week...strong high pressure aloft to our west and thermal trough(s) over the State...we shall see what comes next...?
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Posted on: Jul 9 2018, 06:26 PM


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Williston, ND on 07-10-2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 9 2018, 06:21 PM


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...here is an update from Japan...story on AccuWeather...https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news...s-week/70005441

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Japan: Dry, warm weather to follow historic flooding, aid recovery efforts this week
International Weather
By Eric Leister, AccuWeather senior meteorologist
July 09, 2018, 12:50:23 PM EDT

At least 126 people are dead, dozens others missing and millions affected after major and historic flooding struck Japan from late Thursday into Sunday.

The hardest hit areas included Hiroshima Prefecture, Okayama and Ehime where more than 100 of the deaths occurred, according to The Japan Times.

Across the country, evacuation orders or advisories were sent to 6.3 million people prior to the worst of the flooding. Rounds of heavy rain triggered widespread major flooding across western and central Japan.

The severe flooding resulted as tropical moisture streamed across Japan following the departure of Typhoon Prapiroon, which unloaded rounds of heavy rain last week.

The rain shattered records ranging from one-hour amounts to three-day totals.

The 84.5 mm (3.33 inches) that poured down in one hour on Friday in Ureshino broke the previous one-hour rain record from June 19, 2008. Mt. Ontakeyama in Nagano Prefecture topped the new records list for three-day rainfall totals with 655.5 mm (25.81 inches).

Some areas are expected to remain submerged by floodwaters for more than a week.

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...let's see what this unusually active Pacific Jet extension does to the weather in the CONUS in the next week or so...
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...a lot of moisture is entrained in this 'cycle'...looks to travel along the US/Canada border... blink.gif

...extreme weather...(and HP acting very aggressively)...seem to be the new normal?...hotter Earth...larger High Pressure domes...just a question to think about...(that and weather enthusiasts preoccupation with 'storms and low pressure...even though high pressure encompasses a much larger share of the atmosphere)...
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 9 2018, 12:15 AM


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QUOTE(idecline @ Jul 6 2018, 09:31 PM) *
Chadron, NE on 07/09/2018



changing to Avondale, AZ on 07/09/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 6 2018, 09:31 PM


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Roseau, MN on 07/07/2018

Cloquet, MN on 07/08/2018

Chadron, NE on 07/09/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 3 2018, 08:42 PM


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http://www.goes.noaa.gov/goes-w/goes-epac-wv.html
QUOTE
000
WTPZ42 KNHC 032031
TCDEP2

Hurricane Fabio Discussion Number 13
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL EP072018
200 PM PDT Tue Jul 03 2018

The overall satellite presentation of Fabio has continued to
improve today. The eye has become better defined and warmed while
the ring of cold clouds tops has wrapped more around the center
since the previous advisory. Subjective Dvorak T-numbers from TAFB
and SAB are consensus T5.0s while objective Dvorak T-numbers from
UW-CIMSS are T5.9. Bases on these data, the initial intensity has
been increased to 95 kt. Fabio has a little time left over warm
waters in which to reach major hurricane status, but by early
Wednesday the hurricane will be moving over cooler SSTs and into
less favorable thermodynamic conditions, which should cause
the hurricane to begin to weaken. A more rapid rate of filling is
forecast to begin by late Wednesday and Fabio is forecast to weaken
to a tropical storm within 48 h, and degenerate into a remnant low
by day 4. The NHC intensity forecast is in good agreement with the
IVCN and HCCA consensus aids.

Fabio is moving west-northwestward around 13 kt. There has been no
change to the track forecast reasoning since the previous advisory.
The hurricane should move west-northwestward to northwestward
around the southwestern portion of a mid-level ridge that extends
westward from northern Mexico. The track guidance is in excellent
agreement and the new NHC foreast is essentially an update of the
previous advisory.

FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 03/2100Z 15.8N 116.5W 95 KT 110 MPH
12H 04/0600Z 16.5N 118.4W 95 KT 110 MPH
24H 04/1800Z 17.7N 120.8W 85 KT 100 MPH
36H 05/0600Z 19.3N 123.3W 75 KT 85 MPH
48H 05/1800Z 20.9N 125.7W 60 KT 70 MPH
72H 06/1800Z 23.8N 130.2W 40 KT 45 MPH
96H 07/1800Z 26.0N 134.5W 30 KT 35 MPH...POST-TROP/REMNT LOW
120H 08/1800Z 27.5N 137.5W 25 KT 30 MPH...POST-TROP/REMNT LOW

$$
Forecaster Brown
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 3 2018, 08:37 PM


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Mankato, MN on 07/04/2018

Aurora, CO on 07/05/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jul 2 2018, 08:07 PM


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Wimbledon, ND on 07/03/2018

Congratulations to ColoradoChinook 1st half Champion...close runner-up melissa from illinois...snowlover2 in 3rd...

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Posted on: Jul 2 2018, 07:30 PM


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...lots of warm water and plenty of room to roam...AccuWeather trends say Fabio quickly becomes Major Hurricane...
QUOTE
Hurricane Fabio continues to strengthen in the Eastern Pacific
7/2/2018 4:50:00 PM
Hurricane Fabio is located about 640 miles south of the southern tip of Baja California with maximum winds of 85 mph. Fabio is on a westerly course farther south than what Emilia took and will remain within an environment of low shear and deep warm waters for the next 24-36 hours. Given these very favorable conditions, Fabio is expected to intensify rapidly over the next 24 hours and become a major hurricane.

Fabio will remain on a west-northwestward track away from any landmasses. However, dangerous swells and rip currents from Fabio will impact the coastlines of Mexico and Baja California Sur for much of this week. Fabio will encounter cooler waters later Wednesday and Wednesday night, causing the storm to weaken.

The rest of the East Pacific basin remains relatively quiet and further tropical development across this basin is not expected through at least the end of this week and perhaps through the upcoming weekend.

By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski


...although recent updates from NHC give much less chance of quick development...
CODE
000
WTPZ42 KNHC 022033
TCDEP2

Hurricane Fabio Discussion Number 9
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL EP072018
300 PM MDT Mon Jul 02 2018

Fabio's cloud pattern has continued to improve over the past several
hours. A banding eye-like feature has appeared in visible imagery,
but it is not yet evident in IR channels. A recent ASCAT pass
around 1730 UTC indicated that the cyclone remains fairly
asymmetric, but the inner-core has tightened somewhat. The
corresponding AMSU microwave imagery at that time indicated that the
western eyewall was somewhat open, but the latest visible imagery
suggests that the eyewall may be finally closing off, despite the
presence of a dry slot that wraps around the western and southern
portions of the inner core. A blend of Dvorak estimates from TAFB
and SAB supported an initial intensity of 70 kt at 1800 UTC, and
given the improvement of the cloud pattern since that time, the
initial intensity has been raised to 75 kt.

The intensity guidance is dramatically different from 24 hours ago,
and now most of the guidance keeps Fabio below major hurricane
strength. The deep-layer shear is forecast to remain low for at
least the next 3 days, but the hurricane only has about 24 hours
left to strengthen over warm SSTs. Beginning around 36 hours, quick
weakening will occur as it becomes embedded within an unfavorable
thermodynamic environment. Given that the inner core of the
hurricane finally appears to be contracting, the forecast is still
on the high side of the guidance for the first 24 hours, close to
the DSHP forecast and similar to the previous advisory. After that
time, the forecast is close to the HCCA and IVCN consensus aids
through day 5.

The earlier ASCAT pass indicated that the center was a little north
of the previous estimates, and this has since been confirmed by the
presence of the banding eye. The track forecast has therefore been
adjusted northward accordingly, but otherwise is very similar to the
previous advisory. Fabio is still forecast to move west-northwest
to northwestward over the next 4 to 5 days along the southwestern
periphery of a mid-level ridge. The models remain in fairly good
agreement on the track forecast, and the NHC forecast is near the
various consensus models.

FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 02/2100Z 13.8N 111.8W 75 KT 85 MPH
12H 03/0600Z 14.4N 113.4W 85 KT 100 MPH
24H 03/1800Z 15.5N 115.8W 100 KT 115 MPH
36H 04/0600Z 16.6N 118.4W 100 KT 115 MPH
48H 04/1800Z 17.9N 121.0W 85 KT 100 MPH
72H 05/1800Z 20.8N 125.8W 60 KT 70 MPH
96H 06/1800Z 24.0N 130.5W 40 KT 45 MPH
120H 07/1800Z 26.0N 134.5W 30 KT 35 MPH...POST-TROP/REMNT LOW

$$
Forecaster Zelinsky


...here is the 'cone-age' map... unsure.gif
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...looks to head to NW and eventually dissipate over open waters...may have little effect on CONUS weather
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 27 2018, 05:22 PM


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Last chance to reach the century mark (100 pts.) for me...still rather poor showing...(lots of near misses)

Glen Ullin, ND on 06/28/2018

Glenwood, MN on 06/29/2018

Hastings, NE on 06/30/2018

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...and for 2nd half opening... cool.gif

Mount Horeb, WI on 07/01/2018

Henrietta, NY on 07/02/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 26 2018, 08:41 PM


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...it was a fairly hot weekend...especially on Saturday where some of the hotter inland valleys topped 100 deg.
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...a little bit of convection is caught in the counterclockwise flow of our HP...a small storm is to our north riding on the Westerlies...this should cool us as it bounces off our big HP...looks to be a thermal low building by the weekend...lets see the OPC 96hr:
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...we shall see if it gets as hot as last weekend...next week is the 4th of July...traditionally a hot day in NorCal dry.gif
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Posted on: Jun 26 2018, 08:32 PM


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Boardman, OH on 06/27/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 25 2018, 07:15 PM


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Normal, IL on 06/26/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 20 2018, 06:22 PM


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QUOTE(StL weatherjunkie @ Jun 20 2018, 11:26 AM) *
It will be interesting to see how the month ends up as a whole, maybe the average temperatures will be comparable after all.

2012 is held on a pedestal because of the drought. Hot afternoon temperatures were a symptom of the drought, but what's missing here is discussion of the diurnal temperature range.

In Columbia, MO:
Both June 27 and 28, 2012 had a diurnal temperature range of 39F (103F/64F and 107F/68F, respectively), which is more typical of a desert location. These high temperatures set records for each date, but the low temperatures were very near the long term average of 66F. As a result, the average temperatures on these dates were 84 and 88F, respectively.

Alternatively, June 16,17, and 18 of 2018 all had max temperatures of 96-97F and the minimums were 74-76F resulting in diurnal ranges of 20-22F (typical of Missouri summers). However, the average temperatures were between 85-86F. FWIW, the largest diurnal temperature range so far this month was 31F (88F/57F), which happened to be the second coolest day of the month *so far*.

Therefore, even though the average temperature of hottest days in 2012 and 2018 are in the mid-80s the observed weather on the hot days are not even close.


Agreed...idee was just being snarky...we in California are due for 100+ temperatures this weekend...with 50's-60's at night...typical of our drier, semi-arid climate in the areas not directly by the Pacific Ocean...

Thanks for an interesting anecdote on the 2012 weather...
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 20 2018, 06:16 PM


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Lyndon, KY on 06/21/2018

Kanorado, KS on 06/22/2018

Tonkawa, OK on 06/23/2018

Marked Tree, AR on 06/24/2018

Aurora, CO on 06/25/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 19 2018, 06:34 PM


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Peculiar, MO on 06/20/2018
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idecline
Posted on: Jun 19 2018, 06:32 PM


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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Jun 5 2018, 01:01 PM) *



QUOTE(StL weatherjunkie @ Jun 6 2018, 03:32 PM) *
2012 was extraordinary in that winter didn't occur. Winter definitely occurred this year, but not during February.

Looking at the 500 mb GFS ensemble mean all the ridges/troughs appear to be transient so I'm not convinced that a particular pattern will get locked into place this month.

In regards to M. Ventrice's tweet, I don't believe it for a second. IMHO there's way to much convective potential in that region for prolonged above normal temperatures of that magnitude.


QUOTE(idecline @ Jun 6 2018, 05:52 PM) *
...in regards to Ventrice's tweet...seems probable as much as any other outcome...and unfortunately climatology shows a similar 'outbreak' of heat in June 2012...convection cannot help under hot descending air from a large 'Ring of Fire' type of high pressure...sure the peripheral area surrounding this high may be ripe for extreme outbreaks of severe weather...after living in California all these years we often live under 'domes' of high pressure for months at a time...i.e. SF Bay Area averages less than .25 inch of rainfall for June... dry.gif



QUOTE(StL weatherjunkie @ Jun 7 2018, 08:15 AM) *
As somebody who lived near the epicenter of the 2012 drought I can confidently assure you that surface temperature anomalies will not approach those of 2012. Thus, that model forecast can be safely ignored, because it's not as probable as any other outcome and the extreme climate anomaly of June 2012 does not, in any way, represent climatology of the central plains.

Sure, a potent ridge aloft and at the surface would lead to synoptic scale subsidence that prevents convection, but this is a moot point when no short term model guidance advertises that possibility. If anything there's anomalous low pressure on the plains, suggesting exactly what my previous post mentioned ... lots of convective potential. If it rains often, surface temperature anomalies will be held in check ... the extreme heat in June 2012 would not have been possible if it rained regularly.

unsure.gif ...idee unsure of himself...only a 'hobbyist'...some college...math, engineering, extensive physics classes...Hobbies include:...meteorology...oceanography...'El-Nino(ENSO)...earthquakes...etc...

just sayin'...looks pretty hot so far... dry.gif
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idee definitely is no 'expert'...nor would he want to be..."An expert knows few ways and must follow them, a novice is open to everything"-...?
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Posted on: Jun 18 2018, 08:20 PM


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Cozad, NE on 06/19/2018
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Posted on: Jun 13 2018, 08:31 PM


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...was still warm to hot in the Bay Area today under a ridge of high pressure...only coastal locations were in the 60's, even San Francisco and Oakland were into the mid-70's today...with 80's nearer the Bay and some 90's in the hotter outlying areas away from the Bay...
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...a small little bit of convection is offshore to our south...mainly the forecast concerns the soon to be remnants of Hurricane Bud moving into the SouthWest...and how much(and how far north) the remnants of former TC Maliksi out in the NE Pacific pumps up the ridge to our west...we may be caught in a weak area between the high pressing against the strong low and a low forming to our east...hmmm
OPC 72hr:
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...so a 'low' appears to be sitting over our area entering the weekend...this should cool the area with onshore flow...cooler each day until Monday seems a probable forecast...unless Bud sends a stream of moisture our way... dry.gif
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Velva, ND on 06/14/2018

Eau Claire, WI on 06/15/2018

Eden Prairie, MN on 06/16/2018

Watertown, SD on 06/17/2018

Dayton, OH on 06/18/2018
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Posted on: Jun 12 2018, 08:31 PM


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...it looks like a bitof warm to hot weather is here for a few days...the WV loop shows a classic 'ridge' of high pressure...and the accompanying dry air (orange color on WV loop) laying directly across our area...
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...OPC 96hr:
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...fronts are being forced up and over the ridge...and with the former TC Maliksi's remnants heading for Alaska...our high pressure may strengthen and shift a bit to the north by this weekend...maybe a southern bit of moisture can slide up from the remnants of Hurricane Bud off the Baja coast...flooding is quite likely into the Desert Southwest and Four Corners region by the weekend...and tropical moisture may stream into the Gulf Coast area...
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Henrietta, NY on 06/13/2018
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Posted on: Jun 11 2018, 08:52 PM


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...hmm...EL-hmmm unsure.gif
Attached File  ensodisc.pdf ( 560.87K ) Number of downloads: 7


http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/*bleep*...ry/ensodisc.pdf

the valley are low and the mountains are high... huh.gif
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