Weather In Your Area 2018

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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Thu Jun 07, 2018 1:57 pm

^That's definitely weird, even for you guys.

Currently, 75F with scattered storms. Won't have to water the plants today, woot! Highs later this week will be in the mid-90s, with plenty of humidity around, especially after recent rains.
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Tue Jun 12, 2018 4:47 pm

Amazingly enough, copy/paste the above for today. Only thing different about this morning's storms are the lightning strikes causing quite a ruckus around us. Hey, that rhymed! :P
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:11 pm

After a rainy stretch of days (starting Friday last week and going into Sunday), the heat is on, albiet with lots of evapo-transpiration from wet ground and vegetation. That of course means very hot conditions. Expecting a high of around 98F today with dewpoints in the high 60s.

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The hot weather will continue for the rest of this week.
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Neocon » Thu Jun 28, 2018 7:05 pm

It was really hot this morning. Then a fast-moving storm came down from Missouri and cooled things off significantly.

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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Monoceros » Sat Jun 30, 2018 4:08 am

We got a sand cloud looming over Houston at the moment. It's a bit hard to breathe out there. And it's hot but not as humid. Last thing I need is feeling sweaty and sticky and dirty.
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Fri Jul 20, 2018 2:46 am

At 9:40p.m. ...

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The high today was 105F with a dewpoint in the low 60s. This caused the heat index to soar into the 110s. I like hot weather but even I must admit this borders on ridiculous. The high tomorrow will be around 109F with a slightly lower dewpoint. Blast furnace anyone?
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Fri Jul 20, 2018 5:35 pm

Currently 103F with heat index of 107F. Pretty sure this is the hottest day of the year so far (expecting a high of 109F).

On another note, looks like a severe weather outbreak might be brewing to our east.
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My general rant: I will call them blended winglets, not Sharklets; There is no CEO, it's just simply put, an Airbus 319/320/321, or the 320NEO, 321NEO etc. I didn't land IN DAL, I landed AT DAL. On the other hand, I did land in Dallas.
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:59 pm

Regional forecast:

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Not bad temps at all, in fact they're running below average for the next seven days or so. It's shaping up to be a pretty wet August here (at least the first half anyway). We got several rounds of showers and storms the past couple of days with over an inch of rain recorded at the local Oklahoma Mesonet site. More showers/storms and potentially heavy rain is forecast beginning late in the weekend into next week for another two-three days. Definitely not the average August pattern for us but no complaints, it doesn't take much to get back in a drought in these parts. On the other hand too much rain too soon doesn't do you much good so hopefully it gets spread out like the forecast says.
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My general rant: I will call them blended winglets, not Sharklets; There is no CEO, it's just simply put, an Airbus 319/320/321, or the 320NEO, 321NEO etc. I didn't land IN DAL, I landed AT DAL. On the other hand, I did land in Dallas.
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Neocon » Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:32 am

We've also had some showers today, and just in time to save my garden.

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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Mon Aug 13, 2018 3:48 am

Waves of showers and storms today, copy/paste for the next two days. Break on Thursday, then showers and storms beginning Friday lasting into the following Monday. The monsoon's migrated to the southern plains!
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My general rant: I will call them blended winglets, not Sharklets; There is no CEO, it's just simply put, an Airbus 319/320/321, or the 320NEO, 321NEO etc. I didn't land IN DAL, I landed AT DAL. On the other hand, I did land in Dallas.
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Re: Weather In Your Area 2018

Post by Turbofan » Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:05 pm

It's been quite the wet pattern from the start of August till now and still on-going. Beginning Friday last week we've been getting rounds of showers and storms, and our secondary severe weather season (yes, we usually have two of those in the Southern Plains) has lived up to its name over the weekend and into today. About four tornadoes (brief spin-ups and short-lived touchdowns) were reported on Sunday, and this morning the metro got its share of more such brief spin-ups. I woke up to very heavy rain, apparently an area of circulation passed by within 2 miles of my place, which later on produced a brief touchdown just east of a town to our NE, and several areas in "the city" up north have damage, either from straight-line winds or these brief touchdowns. Should be interesting to see what the NWS local office says tomorrow when it goes out and does the damage surveys.

We get a break for much of the day, then the cold front's supposed to come through with yet another round of storms, possibly with more such areas of shear and brief spin-ups. If we get any daytime heating things might get more interesting.

This coming weekend: remnants of Sergio!
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ATRP: When used in my posts refers to "Air Traffic Replay Project"
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Avatar: Pratt and Whitney JT8D-219
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My general rant: I will call them blended winglets, not Sharklets; There is no CEO, it's just simply put, an Airbus 319/320/321, or the 320NEO, 321NEO etc. I didn't land IN DAL, I landed AT DAL. On the other hand, I did land in Dallas.
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