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It's refreshing outside

It is going to turn hot again this upcoming week

The tropics will also start to become active as we head in September. We have to really watch the tropics for the east coast and the gulf since the waters are very warm and there will be a big ridge in the east.
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All eyes will be on Florence for next week.
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Everyone sleeping? LOL
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18z GFS

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View PostBlizzard78, on 02 September 2018 - 05:56 PM, said:

18z GFS

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Gfs just came way further west and south than 12z. Ukie is further south than all the other models and the Euro hits the coast.

I'm not saying that a hurricane is coming but it bears watching . The strength and the path is key here.
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Still far out; but potential is there.
Meanwhile, another heat wave incoming :hmm:
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View Postweathergeek87, on 02 September 2018 - 06:41 PM, said:

Still far out; but potential is there.
Meanwhile, another heat wave incoming :hmm:

Im sick of this weather
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Not only is there Florence but numerous other possibilities developing in the tropical Atlantic over the next week. September is starting off like a very active month with tropical storms. Not really a surprise considering how quiet it has been. Meanwhile Gordon is about to enter the very warm waters of the Gulf. Would not be surprised to see this turn into a hurricane.
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A rain-cooled 73F at High Point.
A strong thunderstorm moving into central Orange County right now.
Had to get out of the pool a little while ago because the thunder was getting louder...but it moved NW of me.
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Overnight models have hurricane Florence crashing into the east coast. Euro has it down south and gfs has it up here.
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"things that stand out to me, 1) GFS loves to collapse troughs into storms and recurve them 2) very warm water off east coast likely to pump ridge 3) northwest atlantic west east highs in September usually have trouble below them, Pattern favors trouble.Models should catch on"
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12z Euro has landfall further north into the Del Marva. Very bad for the coast into our area.
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Heavy rain moving into northwest NJ from the Poconos right now.
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Cool and rainy today.
Never got out of the 50's at High Point today.
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View Postweathergeek87, on 08 September 2018 - 03:50 PM, said:

Cool and rainy today.
Never got out of the 50's at High Point today.

Nice having cool, refreshing air come into the house

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The leaves will start changing if we keep this up.
A chilly raw 48F and raining at High Point.
50F at my house
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A rainy 49° here and some trees leaves are changing already.
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65 with rain right now

Loving this cool weather
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View Postcanisteerrd, on 09 September 2018 - 05:41 AM, said:

A rainy 49 here and some trees leaves are changing already.

I wonder if they are changing due to stress from so much rain.
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