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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M View Post
    Tornado warning extended just NE of previous warning.
    Its radar indicated, probably nothing there.

    Raining very hard right now, probably pushing 5" right now at my place. The winds aren't mixing down to the surface at all. Storms are moving over us at 40-50kts.
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    I'm looking forward to next wednesday's night forecast of..wait for it...


    41 degrees!!!

    Oh yeah!!!!!

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    Just starting to pour here now. We got 2" of rain last night from the far outside edges. Looks like a few more inches tonight but the winds are only forecast at 25-35 at this point so not too much excitement (which is OK with me).

    I realized today that nobody has mentioned Karl here again for a while. Checked his progress today and he was around the DC area. It will be interesting to see if he ran all day through this. He's been back to consistent 50 mile days again - pretty amazing.
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    Well our little shin dig for the county was canceled until next year. So Joe carried the popcorn machine out for nothing!!

    Love you baby!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    I'm looking forward to next wednesday's night forecast of..wait for it...


    41 degrees!!!

    Oh yeah!!!!!

    Kirk
    Felt like Bangkok here today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    I'm looking forward to next wednesday's night forecast of..wait for it...


    41 degrees!!!

    Oh yeah!!!!!

    Kirk
    41 sounds awesome right now. Felt like we were in a steambath all day today. Can't wait to be in NH next weekend and get some of the early fall weather! Bring on the 40s!!!
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    Cool Cape Cod Report!

    The word from the Outer Cape is we expect steady rain all night and moderate winds. Not expecting any real effects of a storm and that is just fine with me considering we are on the ocean.

    I did secure my deck furniture though.

    We are looking for some great surf this week.
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    Now that the storm is largely past us, the wind has picked up again, but only to 30 - 35, and has shifted off to the west/northwest. High tide was unremarkable, things are dry right now...

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    I ended up with 5.19" of rain. Winds were nothing, stronger today.
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    We had a gust of 41mph last night at 10:56, but that was it. Was somewhat windy out of the west this morning, but now there is just a light breeze out of the west.

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