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> August 24- September 15, 2017 MidAtl/NE Cool snap, Observations
STEVE392
post Aug 16 2017, 07:38 PM
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QUOTE(bingobobbo @ Aug 16 2017, 10:11 AM) *
When I saw this thread, it made my day. If this cool spell does indeed pan out, we could be looking at our first below normal May-August period since 1979--nearly four decades! (However, 1990 came awfully close, with May, July, and August cool with June a small fraction of a degree above normal.)



How was the winter following that particular summer?
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post Aug 16 2017, 10:06 PM
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QUOTE(STEVE392 @ Aug 16 2017, 08:38 PM) *
How was the winter following that particular summer?



The winter of 1979-80 began mild and ended cold--and was one of our driest and least snowy. 1990-91 was a mild one and low on snow as well. The year 1997 also had a lot of cool months--every one from March to November except for June, which was less than one degree above normal. That was followed by an unusually mild--but wet--winter during the strong El Nino.


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post Aug 17 2017, 10:27 AM
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Paulie P blog today regarding the cool down


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Thursday, August 17, 2017 4:26:59 AM


Major cooldown, not so much numbers but coverage, between Aug. 22 and 28 from the Plains to the East
Over the last couple of days, I had to make some big changes on day-to-day temperatures between Aug. 22 and 28. This was a period that I anticipated warmer turning to cooler for the eastern half of the nation. However, the cooling will most likely come sooner. The tropics was the reasoning for the timing issues, which I have shouted out several times. Take a look at the difference in afternoon temperatures Aug. 22, 24 and 26. On the 22nd, the East is out ahead of the main cold front. Temperatures can climb into the 90s across the northern Mid Atlantic. However, behind this front, looking at the 24th, temperatures may hold in the 70s in many areas; that becomes about a 15 degree drop-off on average.

Afternoon temperatures around Aug. 22

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Afternoon temperatures around Aug. 24


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Now look at Aug. 26, the coverage of below normal readings. Again, these are afternoon temperatures. Take notice of the widespread 60s and 70s from the Midwest to the East. This is a big shake-up, but this is really nothing new from what the models were showing. An area from the central Plains to the Appalachians was expected to struggle on temperatures all Summer with more warming over the West, and also eventually over the top through the northern Plains into the Northeast.

Afternoon temperatures around Aug. 26

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If you look at the JMA MJO, which is stronger in Phase 2, it suggests widespread cooling for the eastern half of the nation and that is basically what we are seeing during this period. The European is trending this way and the GFS is sliding toward the solution. However, it may not last as positions of upper troughs and highs from the Pacific to North America shift. There can be some warming after this period, consolidating the cool air over the Plains.

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post Aug 17 2017, 01:17 PM
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Not in discussion range yet (will starting tomorrow) but there might be some crazy 24-36hr temp differences aloft coming next week.

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National Weather Service Taunton MA
1000 AM EDT Thu Aug 17 2017

Monday-Tuesday...

High pressure builds over the region Monday and shifts offshore
south and east by Tuesday. Cross sections show dry air in place at
most levels through Tuesday evening, so expect dry weather both
days. Increasing mid and high clouds Tuesday ahead of the next
weather system. Temps aloft 14-15C Monday and 15-17C Tuesday,
supporting low-mid 80s Monday and mid to upper 80s Tuesday
.

Tuesday night-Wednesday...

Closed low digs over Quebec and the Northeast USA with shortwave
driving a cold front into/through New England. Expect
showers/scattered tstms with the front Tuesday night/Wednesday
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post Aug 17 2017, 05:20 PM
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https://twitter.com/Met_mdclark/status/898269461710491648

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post Aug 17 2017, 05:25 PM
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Euro12z 850mb temps Friday 25th

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Saturday 26th

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850mb Temp Anomaly Saturday 26th

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post Aug 17 2017, 06:57 PM
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GFS12z AND EuroEPS control12z showing another and deeper airmass in the works dropping into southern Canada September 1st digging down.. blink.gif

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post Aug 18 2017, 04:06 AM
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CTP makes but passing mention of the cool down - but they do refer to it as being "significant"

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LONG TERM /SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY/...

After the shortwave moves through the area by later Saturday,
heights aloft are forecast to rise and become quasi-zonal.
Sunday into Tuesday looks warm and dry, with Tuesday even ending
up hot over most of the area. A new shortwave moving through
SRN Canada will an bring an increasing chance for rain, possibly
as early as Tuesday afternoon over western sections of the
forecast area.

There are differences in timing of the rain with the ECMWF
suggesting it holds off until Tuesday night. Blended MOS POPs
show a small chance of showers moving into western sections
Tuesday afternoon, but the highest POPs are reserved for the
overnight.

Cyclonic flow aloft will then dominate the flow pattern through
Thursday. The cool air aloft will help trigger a few mainly
diurnal showers Wednesday and Thursday. The showers will tend to
favor northern and western higher elevations. Temperatures will
be significantly cooler for the second half of the week.
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post Aug 18 2017, 06:43 AM
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Amped up. #AccordionJet

Nice deep Cut Off low over PacNW. Seems funny to see Alaska and Northeast U.S in the cool dips. Usually Alaska is warm when the Jet dips in Northeast. I guess it depends and varies at times.

GFS6z for Friday 25th

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post Aug 18 2017, 09:46 AM
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Why is there no thread for this?
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TOTAL 2016-17: 52.75"
TOTAL 2015-16: 17.90"
TOTAL 2014-15: 51.10"
TOTAL 2013-14: 62.10"
TOTAL 2012-13: 46.00"
TOTAL 2011-12: 18.05"
TOTAL 2010-11: 52.40"
TOTAL 2009-10: 64.00"

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post Aug 18 2017, 11:17 AM
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QUOTE(Miller A @ Aug 18 2017, 10:46 AM) *
Why is there no thread for this?


thread created literally 2 min later (10:48) thanks!!


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TOTAL 2016-17: 52.75"
TOTAL 2015-16: 17.90"
TOTAL 2014-15: 51.10"
TOTAL 2013-14: 62.10"
TOTAL 2012-13: 46.00"
TOTAL 2011-12: 18.05"
TOTAL 2010-11: 52.40"
TOTAL 2009-10: 64.00"

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post Aug 18 2017, 11:25 AM
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QUOTE(Miller A @ Aug 18 2017, 10:46 AM) *
Why is there no thread for this?

I created the thread at 10:46am. At the same moment as your post here. ohmy.gif


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Severe Weather 2017:

High Wind Watch: 2/13
High Wind Warning: 3/2
Severe T-Storm Watch: 2/25, 3/1, 6/19, 6/23, 7/1, 7/13, 7/20, 8/12, 8/18, 8/22, 9/5
Severe T-Storm Warning: 2/25, 2/25, 3/1, 6/19, 8/5, 8/12, 8/18, 8/19, 8/22, 9/5
Tornado Warning: 7/13
Flood Watch: 3/31-4/1, 4/6
Flash Flood Watch: 6/19, 7/14, 7/23-24, 7/28-29(Cancelled), 8/18
Flash Flood Warning: 7/13, 7/23-24, 7/28-29, 8/18, 9/5
Pea Size Hail: 2/25, 9/5

90 Degree Days: 17 / Heat Waves: 3
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post Aug 18 2017, 02:23 PM
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Taunton:

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National Weather Service Taunton MA
112 PM EDT Fri Aug 18 2017

.LONG TERM /SATURDAY THROUGH THURSDAY/...

Big Picture...

Subtropical high remains in control across the Southern USA while a
general zonal flow continues across Canada and the Northern USA. The
flow becomes less zonal next midweek as Alaska closed upper low digs
south over the Gulf, subtropical upper ridge builds north over the
Western USA, and upper low over Hudsons Bay digs south into the
Northeast USA.

One shortwave moves across New England Saturday night, with brief
cooling aloft that destabilizes the airmass Sunday. A second
shortwave crosses New England Wednesday as the Hudsons Bay low
approaches and moves a supporting jet max across the region.

Contour heights are normal to a little higher than normal through
early next week. As the Quebec closed low deepens, heights over New
England dip below normal midweek.

Model mass and thermal fields from the 00Z suite are in general
agreement through Wednesday, building forecast confidence through
that time. Less agreement in the fields Thursday.

Details:

Tuesday night-Wednesday-Thursday...

Closed low digs over Quebec and the Northeast USA with shortwave
driving a cold front into/through New England. Expect
showers/scattered tstms with the front Tuesday night/Wednesday.
The airmass dries out Thursday, but lingering patches of
moisture in the mixed layer should generate some diurnal sky



Euro12z below normal for this area 25th till end of run 28th

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ECMWF Deterministic FORECAST FOR: DXR    LAT=  41.37 LON=  -73.48 ELE=   456

                                            12Z AUG18
                 2 M     850     SFC     SFC     700    6 HR     500    1000
                 TMP     TMP     PRS     RHU     RHU     QPF     HGT     500
                 (C)     (C)    (MB)    (PCT)   (PCT)   (IN)    (DM)     THK
FRI 12Z 18-AUG  22.5    16.7    1013      96     100    0.00     585     574    
FRI 18Z 18-AUG  24.5    18.8    1010      92      80    0.27     585     576    
SAT 00Z 19-AUG  23.4    18.5    1009      97      81    0.07     584     576    
SAT 06Z 19-AUG  21.8    17.6    1009      98      45    0.01     583     575    
SAT 12Z 19-AUG  22.0    15.7    1011      94      78    0.00     582     573    
SAT 18Z 19-AUG  27.3    14.5    1010      55      30    0.00     582     574    
SUN 00Z 20-AUG  24.0    16.2    1010      77      66    0.00     580     571    
SUN 06Z 20-AUG  21.1    15.7    1012      86      73    0.00     579     568    
SUN 12Z 20-AUG  20.9    14.2    1016      78      57    0.00     581     568    
SUN 18Z 20-AUG  26.8    14.4    1016      54      22    0.00     584     570    
MON 00Z 21-AUG  23.0    14.0    1018      77      15    0.00     587     571    
MON 06Z 21-AUG  19.0    14.6    1021      83      33    0.00     587     570    
MON 12Z 21-AUG  20.7    14.5    1022      81      36    0.00     589     570    
MON 18Z 21-AUG  28.8    15.1    1020      46      15    0.00     589     572    
TUE 00Z 22-AUG  23.9    16.3    1019      77      13    0.00     590     573    
TUE 06Z 22-AUG  21.1    16.3    1019      89      15    0.00     588     572    
TUE 12Z 22-AUG  22.4    16.9    1018      83      16    0.00     588     572    
TUE 18Z 22-AUG  29.0    18.3    1014      64      49    0.01     587     574    
WED 00Z 23-AUG  24.5    18.0    1011      90      65    0.03     585     575    
WED 06Z 23-AUG  23.7    18.9    1007      93      47    0.00     581     575    
WED 12Z 23-AUG  23.3    17.0    1006      89      70    0.04     579     573    
WED 18Z 23-AUG  27.3    15.5    1006      60      66    0.02     579     573    
THU 00Z 24-AUG  23.2    14.7    1007      73      49    0.00     578     572    
THU 06Z 24-AUG  19.3    14.3    1008      69      70    0.00     575     568    
THU 12Z 24-AUG  19.1    13.0    1010      77      59    0.00     573     564    
THU 18Z 24-AUG  25.5    12.1    1010      46      63    0.00     573     564    
FRI 00Z 25-AUG  20.8    11.8    1012      68      40    0.00     572     561    
FRI 06Z 25-AUG  17.0    10.9    1015      82      59    0.00     572     559    
FRI 12Z 25-AUG  17.0     9.8    1018      79      33    0.00     572     557    
FRI 18Z 25-AUG  23.4     8.8    1018      43      25    0.00     574     558    
SAT 00Z 26-AUG  19.0     9.1    1020      63      11    0.00     574     558    
SAT 06Z 26-AUG  14.6     7.2    1022      75      12    0.00     574     556    
SAT 12Z 26-AUG  15.0     5.7    1024      72      15    0.00     574     554    
SAT 18Z 26-AUG  21.6     7.3    1023      39      25    0.00     574     554    
SUN 00Z 27-AUG  18.1     7.6    1023      55      33    0.00     573     553    
SUN 06Z 27-AUG  15.0     6.2    1024      77      16    0.00     572     552    
SUN 12Z 27-AUG  15.3     5.8    1025      71      19    0.00     572     550    
SUN 18Z 27-AUG  21.5     7.1    1023      39      18    0.00     572     552    
MON 00Z 28-AUG  18.0     7.3    1023      59      32    0.00     572     553    
MON 06Z 28-AUG  14.5     6.7    1023      78      34    0.00     571     552    
MON 12Z 28-AUG  15.3     6.2    1023      75      19    0.00     572     552
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post Aug 19 2017, 10:53 AM
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My days 5-7 forecast are showing a couple very comfortable late August days - highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 50s, surely low humidity.

It would be nice to start seeing some lows in the 40s...but the low temps are consistently overdone in the forecast here (e.g. if they call for 45 we end up at 47-49) on clear nights.



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Autumn 2017 - Mahomet, IL

First day with...
...Low below 40F:
...Frost:
...First sub-freezing low:
...Snow reported:

Foliage: Some color starting to show (Sept. 14)
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post Aug 19 2017, 11:08 AM
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QUOTE(STEVE392 @ Aug 16 2017, 08:38 PM) *
How was the winter following that particular summer?


In Maryland, October 1979 featured a memorable early season nor'easter that was able to put down an inch or two of snow outside of the major cities and at least a little on the ground within on October 10th. It caused issues with game 1 of the World Series in Baltimore. It remains the earliest accumulating snow on record in Baltimore.
The second half of October dried out and the month ended at average.

November 1979 was warm. Just a couple rain events to punctuate the month. There was a cool snap at mid month then several days of 70s right around Thanksgiving (why does it always seem to have a warm surge at the holidays?). A brief cold snap at month's end produced a 25F low on 11/30, otherwise lows stayed above 30F.

December 1979 continued dry, with only 0.87" of rainfall. Half of that fell in one day on the 13th. A tiny bit of snow fell on the 20th. The month was warm, with 71F on the 12th, and 59F on Christmas. The 17th was the coldest day with a range of 32/17.

January 1980 got wetter but still below normal. 4.6" snow on the 4th-5th; we had about 6" in the northern suburbs (I was 4 and I remember this one). Not much else that month. A couple scattered rain events. Highs were generally in the 40s and 50s. Only 3 days dropped below 20F at night. The average temperature for the month was close to normal.

February 1980 was chilly but got dry again. There were a couple light snow events early in the month and 2" on the 28th. Only 1.06" precip fell. The lowest low was 9F on the 29th, which remains a record low.

March 1980 started chilly with a 17/11 range on 3/1 that still is record low max and low min for the day (and 17F is record mini max for March). Almost 5" snow fell on the 1st-2nd. Another inch fell at mid month. But this month turned wet with 5.47" precipitation and no more than 2 days at any time without rainfall. Avg temp was 41.4F which is chilly, and 5.7" snow at BWI is above normal too.

That late winter sounds a lot like early 2013, but it was a dry mainly warm winter until late.


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Autumn 2017 - Mahomet, IL

First day with...
...Low below 40F:
...Frost:
...First sub-freezing low:
...Snow reported:

Foliage: Some color starting to show (Sept. 14)
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post Aug 19 2017, 10:57 PM
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QUOTE(bingobobbo @ Aug 19 2017, 11:56 PM) *
I hope this cool snap is still coming because NWS made absolutely no mention of it in its discussion for late next week. they seem to think that the cold front will be slow to move through. Thursday's high has been raised from 70 to the mid-70s, which is very close to normal. The streak of Warm Thursdays may continue.



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AFDCTP

LONG TERM /MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...
The big weather maker looks to be a potent late summer cold
front
that latest timing shows passing through the region
Tuesday night and early Wednesday.

After a surge of heat Monday and Tuesday, with some southern
locations possibly nudging 90 each day, the strong front will
bring a refreshingly cool and dry airmass to the region for the
second half of the week.

The biggest question will be severe potential with the front.
Latest timing shows the front just moving through central Ohio
by Tuesday evening. The SREF and GEFS develop very little CAPE
near the cold front and into central PA, keeping a finger of
unstable air confined mainly to the coastal plain well out ahead
of the front. So it remains to be seen if parameters can line
up for widespread severe storms with the actual front as at
this point it doesn`t seem like the best set up despite the
magnitude of the airmass difference and strength of the wind
fields. Once again the models are hinting that the coastal plain
may be where the action is as the best CAPE and shear are
aligned there associated with the lee-side troughing.

The remainder of the week into the weekend looks to be cool and
mainly dry as a sprawling high moves slowly eastward out of
southern Canada. Interesting to note that the deterministic
models show 850 temps as cold as 3C just north of the Canadian
border behind the cold front, a reminder the change in seasons
is not all that far away.


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QUOTE(bingobobbo @ Aug 19 2017, 11:57 PM) *
I hope this cool snap is still coming because NWS made absolutely no mention of it in its discussion for late next week. they seem to think that the cold front will be slow to move through. Thursday's high has been raised from 70 to the mid-70s, which is very close to normal. The streak of Warm Thursdays may continue.


Maybe it was a certain forecaster who didnt mention anyyhing?
Looks like they do mention something regarding it with latest discussion. Short and vague. Probably because its nothing unusual.

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National Weather Service Binghamton NY
629 AM EDT Sun Aug 20 2017

LONG TERM /WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY/...
Medium range models are in good agreement through the extended
period. In general a cutoff low in eastern Canada will keep a
deep upper level trough over the northeast while a cool fall-
like surface high builds southeast across the region from
central Canada. Will continue with slight chc/chance pops
Wednesday through Thursday for showers though this will be
primarily diurnally driven with low level moisture and cold pool
aloft. The rest of the period looks dry with high pressure in
the vicinity. Temperatures will run about 5 degrees below
seasonal normals.
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Looks like this might be muted by the time it moves into my zones.

GYX didn't really mention much

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.LONG TERM /MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/...
A warm and humid southwest flow will continue Tuesday in advance
of an upper trof and associated cold front. By late Tuesday
showers and thunderstorms will spread across much of NH and
western ME. Tue night into Wed showers and thunderstorms are
expected as the upper trof moves across the region. By Wed
afternoon the upper trof and cold front moves off the coast
allowing clearing to take place in the afternoon. High pressure
builds across the region Thu and into the weekend with near
seasonal temps and dry conditions.



WPC day 3-7 mean temp anomalies, maybe this doesn't line up with the cool snap though?

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QUOTE(MaineJay @ Aug 20 2017, 07:38 AM) *
Looks like this might be muted by the time it moves into my zones.

GYX didn't really mention much


Last couple runs I checked it definitely got dampened. Not as deep as Euro showed but expected when we're 5+ days out. Now makes more sense with 850s in upper single digits around here.

Either way, will be nice to get a break from these 80s and humid days.
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