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For 12z runs, both the Euro and GFS had the remnants of Isaias practically going right over the city. the entire area can certainly use a good soaking.
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Yea, it is getting very interesting for our area. Looks like about Tuesday.
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Right now it looks like a Tropical storm when it reaches up here
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We definitely can use a little rain. Beautiful morning. 59° Feels good.
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View Postcanisteerrd, on 01 August 2020 - 05:30 AM, said:

We definitely can use a little rain. Beautiful morning. 59 Feels good.

76 up here
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My question is where will most of the moisture be related to the epicenter? Will most of it be west or east of the circulation? I personally hope we get multiple inches of rain as we need it badly.
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View Postweathergeek87, on 01 August 2020 - 08:54 PM, said:

My question is where will most of the moisture be related to the epicenter? Will most of it be west or east of the circulation? I personally hope we get multiple inches of rain as we need it badly.

West of the center usually gets the most rain
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Will be interesting to see how it sets up since it's so disorganized. Hopefully we can squeeze an inch out in my area. We've had 9 days now with nothing.
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 satellite_eyes, on 02 August 2020 - 08:05 AM, said:

Will be interesting to see how it sets up since it's so disorganized. Hopefully we can squeeze an inch out in my area. We've had 9 days now with nothing.

The grass around here is awful brown looking.
Praying we get a ton of rain.
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We had a heavy rain band go through around 10am. Nothing since then, been downgraded from Hurricane Waych to Trop Storm Warming to Tropical Weather advisory. Forecasting this is as bad as NE snowstorms. Its no wonder people dont heed warnings when one is actually needed.

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Meanwhile, it is gross out up here. Dew point is 75.
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Heavy rain and wind on the way for many
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 carribeanpirate, on 02 August 2020 - 12:38 PM, said:

We had a heavy rain band go through around 10am. Nothing since then, been downgraded from Hurricane Waych to Trop Storm Warming to Tropical Weather advisory. Forecasting this is as bad as NE snowstorms. Its no wonder people dont heed warnings when one is actually needed.

Models messed this up in Florida

This storm isn't even going to make landfall anymore in FL.
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 metfan4life, on 02 August 2020 - 02:26 PM, said:



Models messed this up in Florida

This storm isn't even going to make landfall anymore in FL.

Keeping it over water may mean a more potent system up here. And remember the storm will interact with a frontal system here and enhance the moisture.
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View Postmetfan4life, on 02 August 2020 - 02:26 PM, said:

Models messed this up in Florida

This storm isn't even going to make landfall anymore in FL.

I think they got the path good, it is just the wind shear is keeping all the bad weather east of the center and Florida is west of the center.
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Its looking like the eye may pass right over NY Metro.
Will be interesting to watch the storm on Tuesday
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Another dude of severe weather predicted today

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 nyrangers1022, on 02 August 2020 - 07:42 PM, said:

Another dude of severe weather predicted today

Anytime SPC puts out anything it turns out to be a guarantee nothing will happen in our region
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Looks like Isaias will go up thru NJ and pass near or just west of the city. Looks like heaviest rain over Jersey, eastern Pa. and lower Hudson Valley and strongest winds over Long Island, Jersey shore
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