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Yeah that was a wet one for a while there.

 

Redone basement still holding up.  (Knock on every wooden surface in the house.)

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Chance of showers & thunderstorms today and tomorrow evening. After that, a heatwave moves in for the weekend and stays until the middle of next week. Mid 90s every day.

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Quiet hurricane season so far. Jinx!!

 

It usually picks up later in the summer after the oceans have heated up all summer.  But yeah, right now:

 

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Thurs 8/6/15 11:00 AM

A lot of rain heading in, we're cooling off a little. Might not reach 80 degrees today. After today, highs will be in the mid 80s for the foreseeable future.

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It usually picks up later in the summer after the oceans have heated up all summer. But yeah, right now:

I lived in west palm beach for 7 years. Worst time was September and October.

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Thurs 8/6/15 11:00 AM

A lot of rain heading in, we're cooling off a little. Might not reach 80 degrees today. After today, highs will be in the mid 80s for the foreseeable future.

 

<<gloomy weather map>>>

 

 

this sucks dongles.    

I was planning on taking <surprising> my kids to Kings Dominion tomorrow :(

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It usually picks up later in the summer after the oceans have heated up all summer. But yeah, right now:

El Nino will ensure this season stays quiet. We are a month away from peak and the Atlantic is absolutely dead right now. Which is great!

The hurricane drought continues! I think the 2005 season broke the Atlantic...

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Meanwhile, DC is maintaining high temps in the mid 80s. That will change on friday with the temps gradually bumping up in to the 90s again. We'll be in the mid 90s next week.

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high 80s, no possibility of rain at least till the weekend, when it's only a 20% chance.  The humidity is a killer.

 

(LOL at twa yesterday in the RTT when he said his sweat was sweating...I had a hot flash yesterday and my kneecaps started sweating.) :lol:

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Squall lines headed through the region this evening, should be hit or miss. Threat will end later tonight.

Tropical Storm Danny is dissipating, but Erika looks like she has potential. There's another spinner right off the African coast as well. Like it was stated earlier though, El Nino is making it difficult for these things to get going.

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Well it's September tomorrow, and we'll be welcomed with a short heat wave from tuesday to thursday - mid 90s. On thursday & friday a couple cold fronts will come through, and we could see storms. Will cool things off around 10 degrees for the weekend.

Guess I'll post this here. Smoke from the wildfires out west, going way out in to the Atlantic.

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Looks like we're in for an extremely rainy week. It's been cloudy as hell lately, but it's about to get serious. Showers tomorrow will turn in to thunderstorms tomorrow evening. Rain is forecasted every day this week, including the entire weekend. Sorry folks.

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Looks like we're in for an extremely rainy week. It's been cloudy as hell lately, but it's about to get serious. Showers tomorrow will turn in to thunderstorms tomorrow evening. Rain is forecasted every day this week, including the entire weekend. Sorry folks.

No! **** that!

There will be NO rain this weekend.

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No! **** that!

There will be NO rain this weekend.

If you go up to China's post on this page you will see tropical storm Joaquin off the coast a bit. It's still gaining strength, it could reach hurricane status. In any event, its specific trajectory is still up in the air (like any storm). It could hit New England hard and kind of sideswipe us in the process. Definitely a chance it makes landfall in the mid-Atlantic though.

That is on top of a low pressure system and cold front coming through. The low will feed the atmosphere with moisture and make the cold front stall over top of us.

Add a tropical storm and things could get wild.

Currently, showers and T-storms are all up in parts of central and western VA. Same thing the farther west you go. It's daunting on the radar, starting to reach towards DC.

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Supposed to rain pretty much all week here.

Humid, still warm, not a fan of this...I am ready for Sun or Cool fall weather.

 

This rain was needed a month ago...not now.

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