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What Does The El Nino Mean For Us?

Yesterday was definitely a July anomaly for eastern New England as high temperatures maxed out 6-14 degrees below average for July 25th. Boston’s high was only 69 degrees! 600 more words

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Something For Everyone

This is where it all began yesterday. Towering clouds over Lake Winnipesaukee blossomed into roaring thunderstorms which tracked east-southeastward into western and southern ME. Training of storm cells along the same track resulted in hours and hours of frequent dangerous lightning, flooding downpours, bursts of wind thankfully with little or no rotation and some large hail in spots. 377 more words

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Summer Heat And El Nino

Boston’s maximum temperature yesterday failed to attain 90 degrees again. The atmosphere supported 91 for the high but it is possible that residual smoke from the Canadian wildfires plus a rather wet ground from recent rains contributed to the failure. 668 more words

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Summery Weather For Vacation Week

Canadian wildfires have contributed to the stunning colorful sunsets lately. Very hot and dry conditions have sparked numerous fires in the Pacific Northwest over the last few weeks. 524 more words

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Father's Day, Solstice And Unusual Pattern

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! It is going to be a soggy one primarily this morning with only a few showers early afternoon leading to some breaks of sunshine in a very humid air mass. 682 more words

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Lots To Follow This Week

After a record-breaking chill during the opening week of June, a nice recovery has taken place over the past 6 days. The mean temperature has risen sharply from more than a dozen degrees below average to the current 3 degrees below average. 399 more words

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This Week, This Summer, Next Winter

It’s all about the cycles of weather and the extremes that create the averages. After a super cold February with a mean temperature of a whopping 12.7 degrees below average, 25 of the 31 days of May had above average temperatures with a mean temperature for the month ending up at 4.4 degrees above average. 502 more words

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