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    It was 50 degrees here on the lake in the morning the past 2 days. We notice because we are waterskiing every morning.
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    Default My current Weather

    900 PM EDT SUN AUG 09 2009

    CITY SKY/WX TMP DP RH WIND PRES REMARKS
    TALLAHASSEE PTCLDY 82 75 79 NW5 30.15R

    Actually it's dark out with a 100% chance of light by daybreak!
    Steve
    Is there really any BAD weather???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M View Post
    900 PM EDT SUN AUG 09 2009

    CITY SKY/WX TMP DP RH WIND PRES REMARKS
    TALLAHASSEE PTCLDY 82 75 79 NW5 30.15R

    Actually it's dark out with a 100% chance of light by daybreak!
    hahaha, the forecast that will never bust!

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    I am watching my lakeside web camera and the clouds moving along and their reflections on the smooth lake are really nice this morning. 61 F and a bit warmer today.

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    Great sunrise on the lake Brad. Forecast for the Philadelphia area today is 95 degrees
    Bob

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    That's over forty degrees
    I'd rather have it thirty,
    Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!

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    Cool

    Left Franconia Notch at about 2PM this afternoon at about 75 degrees and partly cloudy to arrive home to 92 degrees and dewpoints probably in the high 60's to low 70's.No wonder I love the Mountains sooo much.This weather stinks!!!!

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    Gotta' agree with that! After a perfect, crystal clear day hiking Saturday we camped Saturday night above Crawford Notch. Temps about 62 Saturday at 7pm, woke up to 37 and visible breath Sunday morning. Hiked in just my shorts Sunday. Came home to 90+ and 70 dewpoint today. I hate H+H.
    Can't wait to hike in snow!
    KDT

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    Gotta' agree with that! After a perfect, crystal clear day hiking Saturday we camped Saturday night above Crawford Notch. Temps about 62 Saturday at 7pm, woke up to 37 and visible breath Sunday morning. Hiked in just my shorts Sunday. Came home to 90+ and 70 dewpoint today. I hate H+H.
    Can't wait to hike in snow!
    KDT
    I agree with everything up to the end. Down with H+H and bring back the crisp days and cool (or even cold) nights. But please, lets have a little fall before the snow!

    Edit: As I was posting this the thunderstorms started to roll in. Hopefully something cooler behind them... (as long as it isn't snow)
    Last edited by mtruman; 08-10-2009 at 10:29 PM.
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    It's great here... KAPA 211953Z 10005KT 10SM FEW070 27/03 A3025 RMK AO2 SLP175 T02720028

    I'm looking at you all back east.. Take care!

    Sent: 15:19 CDT on 08-21-2009
    Event: Tornado Watch
    Alert: TORNADO WATCH 729 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 900 PM EDT FOR THE
    FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
    ME

    . MAINE COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
    ANDROSCOGGIN CUMBERLAND OXFORD
    YORK
    Target Area: Androscoggin
    Interior Cumberland
    Coastal Cumberland
    Northern Oxford
    Southern Oxford
    Interior York
    Coastal York

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    Hey, thanks for the heads up???????

    Yesterday was pretty exciting, and at your post time, Northern Coos NH and Northern Oxford ME were in the thick of it. Bad. Raining Oodles of Poodles, nonstop thunder and frightening, high winds.

    Tornado confirmed in Oxford Cty. Very Atypical terrain for a twister. No injuries or loss of life, but some significant property damage.

    We are still wondering tonight if this is New England or the Louisiana Gulf Coast. I'm hearing boomers right now to the west and wondering how my family waterfront property on Frenchmans Bay in Hancock County ( ME) is going to fare tomorrow. It is hot, humid and not a breath of air. Swamp weather. Alligators of the corn, Unite.

    " Bill" is in slingshot mode , his boundaries are well set between an Azores High and a persistent Bermuda High, enhanced and over arched by an upper level Canadian Clipper. Even though BILL IS well out on the rails to the east of us, we have this cold front coming down from Canada for next week that really wants to send Jim Cantore and The Weather Channel staff on vacation to St Vincent / Grenadines until Thanksgiving.

    Laughing yet? I hope so.

    Breeze

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