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Old 09-13-2011, 12:44 PM
Location: Top of the South (Nelson), NZ
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Originally Posted by Weatherfan2 View Post
Yous seem to get lots of thunder there. Statistically you get less than England but we've only had four (4) days with any thunder heard at all this year. Give it back.
The average here is 12 days and the back country averages 25, but since the back country is only about 5km away, we must get some of theirs as well.

This year has been untypical in many ways, and I think we would have had about 20+ days so far.

Just heard on the radio that Wellington had up to 4 inches of hail (in some places) and an electrical storm (600 strikes)yesterday afternoon.

Old 09-13-2011, 12:58 PM
Location: Kowaniec, Nowy Targ, Podhale. 666 m n.p.m.
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Originally Posted by Joe90 View Post
Is the oceanic influence due to the baltic, or is Poland still effected by the Atlantic significantly. Your topography sounds similar to here with mountains on the east/west/ south and the sea to the north. It helps provide some interesting weather at times.

6.20 am 3C/37F 88%RH Expecting 17C/62F
Sky has cleared completely after steady overnight rain (23mm/1 inch) and a bit of thunder.

We're still affected by the Atlantic. Quite a bit actually, especially during fall and winter. the Baltic barely affects anything more than about 30 miles/50 km from the coast. The Central European plain, stretching from England to Belarus doesn't really have any mountain ranges running north-south along it's way to block off Atlantic moisture, so when there's a persistant western circulation, it can be 10C/50F and rainy all the way to Minsk... The further east one goes, the smaller the likelihood of this occuring, in Minsk this might only be the case 20% of the winter, with the remaining 80% being cold and continental, but in Warszawa it's already a 50/50, and in Amsterdam it tends to be the other way around from Minsk...

During spring and early summer, however, everything east of Amsterdam tends to be more or less continental due to the subtropic high forming a ridge which blocks off the Atlantic moisture. This is clearly visible in the precipitation regimes; the whole Central European plain has a summer maximum, and a spring minimum. July and August tend to be months with unstable and unpredictable weather all over Central Europe; sometimes hot, sometimes cold, sometimes wet and sometimes dry. Differs fr5om week to week and from year to year...
Old 09-13-2011, 01:19 PM
Location: Southern California
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Just another perfect day in LA-LA Land. Currently, it's 75F and fair.
Old 09-13-2011, 01:45 PM
Location: New Jersey
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A Few Clouds
81 F
Dewpoint 64 F
Humidity 57%
Heat Index 83 F

Warm, late summer day. Drastic changes expected this week with highs in the low 60s and lows potentially falling into the upper 30s.
Old 09-13-2011, 03:21 PM
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Houston, TX

Temp: 102 F
Dew Point: 60 F (Mild, I would say)
Heat Index: 103 F

This isn't really temperature related but I think the following chart shows how the lack of rain and dry dirt acts like a magnet for the "Texas death ridge."

Old 09-13-2011, 03:37 PM
Location: Central & coastal FL
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Scattered Clouds
93 F
Feels Like 93 F
Old 09-13-2011, 03:45 PM
Location: Leeds, UK
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Originally Posted by MobileDave View Post
Houston, TX

Temp: 102 F
Dew Point: 60 F (Mild, I would say)
Heat Index: 103 F

This isn't really temperature related but I think the following chart shows how the lack of rain and dry dirt acts like a magnet for the "Texas death ridge."
That is inline with our current precipitation for the year so far, which is 302 mm.
Old 09-13-2011, 04:51 PM
Location: Lakewood, CO
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Cold front approaching.

Littleton, CO:
77.2 F / 25.1 C
Humidity: 32%
Dew Point: 45 F / 7 C
Wind: 3.0 mph / 4.8 km/h / 1.3 m/s from the SSE
Heat Index: 78 F / 25 C
Old 09-13-2011, 05:09 PM
Location: North of Nowhere, South of Everywhere
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Data as of: 7:08 PM 9/13/2011

Current Conditions
Temperature: 76.0F
Pressure: 29.92"
Average Wind: 2mph NNW
Sunrise: 6:44 AM
Humidity: 69%
Sunset: 7:17 PM
Dew Point: 66F
Moonphase: 99
Heat Index: 79F
Monthly Rain: 5.76"

So Far Today
High: 84F
Rain: 0.00"
Rain Rate: 0.00"/h
Low: 63F
Gusts: 13mph NW
Old 09-13-2011, 09:56 PM
Location: New Jersey
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65 F
Dewpoint 63 F
Humidity 93%
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