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    Quote Originally posted by JNA View post
    Glad to know my former stompin' grounds are ready for a tsunami from where, Gibralter?

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    The northern Gulf of Mexico from the Big Bend in Florida to Mobile AL is getting whacked with rain today. We've had periods of heavy showers but nothing like Pensacola FL. P-cola my get up to 20-30 inches of rain from this event. The Escambia County EOC opened.

    http://www.pnj.com/article/20120609/...text|FRONTPAGE

    EDIT: Our pool is full.
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    A little sticky this afternoon...

    A Few Clouds
    85 F (29 C)
    Humidity: 91 %
    Wind Speed: S 14 MPH
    Barometer: 30.06" (1018.0 mb)
    Dewpoint: 82 F (28 C)
    Heat Index: 102 F (39 C)
    Visibility: 10.00 mi.
    Annoyingly insensitive

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    about 102-103 today in Phoenix. Reasonable seasonable. Felt nice, actually due to the extreme dryness right now. I'm looking forward to monsoon kicking in.
    Dude, I'm cheesing so hard right now.

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    So sad... it was 95 here yesterday... and I enjoyed it.

    But then again, I was chest deep in Lake Michigan where the water temp was causing peoples lips to turn blue.
    If you're not growing, you're dying. - Lou Holtz

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    Quote Originally posted by michaelskis View post
    So sad... it was 95 here yesterday... and I enjoyed it.

    But then again, I was chest deep in Lake Michigan where the water temp was causing peoples lips to turn blue.
    Have the missing parts reappeared yet? I grew up within 30 minutes of Warren Dunes and Memorial Day weekend was always the first trip into Lake Michigan each year. Never stayed in long until about the 4th.
    Death comes when memories of the past exceed the vision for the future.

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    Quote Originally posted by ofos View post
    Have the missing parts reappeared yet? I grew up within 30 minutes of Warren Dunes and Memorial Day weekend was always the first trip into Lake Michigan each year. Never stayed in long until about the 4th.
    The term is LSD... and being a native Yooper, it has to be below 40 for it to occur. I was lucky that the water was in the 50's.
    If you're not growing, you're dying. - Lou Holtz

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    This Bear jumped in Lake Superior every time I was moseying along the shore.....except the few winter and fall trips that I took. Yes, LSD was very much a "part" (missing! ) of the adventure, 'specially noticeable because usually I was in boonie areas sans swim wear. One year the lake was incredibly warm in late August and about a dozen of us, mass campout west of Whitefish Point, did an "assembled giant moon". As the unsuspecting viewers walked up the beach toward us I remember my friend Tom saying, "Mingle. Look like you are mingling, then when I say go, turn around, jump high." it was awesome.
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    Weather here in NW Ohio.....quite normal, sunny, mid-70F temperatures for the next few days. Had some rain on Monday but not nearly enough to satisfy those who make their living with regular rainfall. Rain is in the long-range forecast, late next weekend.

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    Vanilla

    Very average temperatues here in NW Ohio. Talkin' high 70Fs to low 80Fs. Maybe some rain late tonight or Monday. We could use more rain.....our grass usually browns in mid-July and this year it assumed the position in mid-June. Who cares?.....Katie cuts the grass, anyhooo.

    It was really hot this past week.....mid-90F range for a number of days.

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    Under a Burn Ban.
    NWS reports the drought will go from severe to extreme this week.

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    This forecast Svcks -

    Thursday: hot, with a high near 103.
    Friday: hot, with a high near 104.
    Saturday: hot, with a high near 101.
    Sunday: hot, with a high near 101..
    Monday: hot, with a high near 101.

    and my electric bill for my A/C is going to be equally high.

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    Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk,

    Interesting training - I am going to submit it for the self reporting CM credits

    The COMET Program is pleased to announce the publication of the new module, "Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk, 2nd Edition". This 8 to 9-hour module provides information about weather, forecasting, hazards related to weather and non-weather events, and the warning partnership. Learners are encouraged to complete various components of a hazards plan, including a threats analysis and effective alert messages. Chapter 6 follows the events before, during, and after the 1997 flash flood in Fort Collins, Colorado, and provides opportunities to test your own decision-making skills and Emergency Operations Plan in the context of a life-threatening event.

    The intended audience for "Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk, 2nd Edition" includes emergency managers and others making weather-related decisions. With its broad scope, the module will also likely be useful to students, members of the general public, the media, forecasters, and others involved in the warning partnership. Please follow this link to the MetEd description page that provides additional information and a link to begin the module: Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk, 2nd Edition
    https://www.meted.ucar.edu/training_module.php?id=890

    This is also listed as FEMA Independent Study IS-271a.

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    Here's hoping RJ(and ZG)ville was spared from the flooding down there from Tropical Storn Debby..

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    Five-day forecast from NWS LouKy:

    103F/101F/101F/100F/99F

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    Compared to the wildfires in Colorado and the flooding in Florida, WNY remains a weather paradise. Temps in the 70s and 80s. We had some thunder bumpers Monday or Tuesday, a passing shower today, but nothing that's a problem.
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    Five-day forecast for Albuquerque:
    104F/102F/106F/106F/102F

    Shoot me now!
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    Five-day forecast for Washington, DC, after a nuclear explosion:
    Thur 10,000F
    Fri 10,000F
    Sat 10,000F
    Sun 10,000F
    Mon 10,000F

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    Quote Originally posted by hilldweller View post
    Here's hoping RJ(and ZG)ville was spared from the flooding down there from Tropical Storn Debby..
    No worries here, the flooding started a couple counties east of us; those folks really got hammered and they are still evacuating people today as the rivers keep rising.

    We did get 4 days of rain/clouds but Debby sucked all the moisture away as she moved east. Today's high was 89 d. with 46% humidity and not a single cloud in the sky. After meeting RJ for an early lunch at our favorite BBQ place, I came home and parked my butt by the pool for a few hours.

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    It's gettin' hot in here...
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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    It's gettin' hot in here...
    It was already 74 at 5:00 a.m. today when I went running.

    At least it doesn't feel all that humid out there today which is a little bit of saving grace.
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    Today
    6 am - 65
    9 am - 86
    3 pm - 106 broke a record previous high was 102 in 1936.

    PRECIP - 0.15" month to date - can you say drought

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    Quote Originally posted by btrage View post
    It's gettin' hot in here...
    ...so take off all your clothes....
    "I'm very important. I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany"

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    101 in Chicago yesterday. Today should be cooler, high of 91.

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    An all-time June record of 103F in Louisville yesterday, with a repeat expected today and close to it through at least Independence Day.

    It was an odd heat that built slowly through the morning, then by about 2PM it started shooting up from 92F so that by 5PM, it had maxed and then held that level for quite a while. Thankfully dewpoints are not that high so it was an Arizona-type of heat. Dry or not, it still felt like I was in an oven.
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    Potentially 106 here today, maybe the hottest day on record ever in my neck of the woods. The heat index is 115....wishing I could wear flip flops and shorts to work today!
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