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  1. I got nothing much here. Top gust was a paltry 20mph and only 2.55” of rain. Sun has been out for a few hours. 1.7 million with no power. I think this name might be retired
  2. My uncle lives in Suffolk, VA. That’s a scary TDS at 3:30 in the morning. This was PDS warned. Fortunately, although the TOR was extended, it was changed to TOG with no damage tag
  3. ~115 mph winds &2k ft. Not too far from radar also.
  4. 1. A tropical wave is producing a broad area of cloudiness and disorganized showers and thunderstorms several hundred miles southwest of Cabo Verde Islands. The wave is expected to move westward at about 15 mph during the next several days, and a tropical depression is likely form early next week when the system reaches the central tropical Atlantic. * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...20 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...high...70 percent.
  5. 98.1 today. “Down to” 85.8. BWI hit 100, DCA and IAD 99
  6. PWS got to 98.1 and a max HI of 111.8. Idk if I will get below 80. Currently 84.9/77.4
  7. .46” of rain since midnight. Got around .25” yesterday. The worst of the storms were near DC and Philly w/a 69mph wind gust in DC. Only got to 26 here. Hopefully that coastal low comes close. Would be nice to see 90s go away for a couple days
  8. Yes indeed, some are politicizing a crisis and it ends up being a distraction
  9. Kids are back in school in Germany. I am interested to see how they are reopening so aggressively and cases continue to plummet. Active cases are down to just 24,000. Even soccer (no fans) will resume soon. Is Germany a model for the West? Also, Italy had just 1,074 new cases (lowest since March 11). Here in the states, I am observing similar patterns that y’all are. People are increasingly out and about and there is not as much mask wearing or social distancing in the Baltimore suburbs. Some posters have previously alluded to kids. Well, I have seen more of my friends hanging out. We are in the lowest risk, but not invincible. A CFR of .1% for my age group is still 5x more deadly than flu for us and we can asymptomatically pass this onto a vulnerable person. Northam announced reopening plans. Hogan still has not. I am interested to see what it looks like (amount of distancing) when MD begins reopening. I have not really left my house much and have exclusively left in a scenario where I can easily distance myself (dog walking). I also have cabin fever and badly want to safely see my beloved Ravens play this fall just like the majority in the Baltimore metro but we need to be smart about this I will say this as a conservative: The Michigan protesters with long guns are psychotic idiots. It is something that totally undermines our message. They pose a risk of violence also and I am not a fan of Whitmer but i am sure she felt very scared when armed militia-like people were trying to get into the state house. These protesters take this way too far
  10. If there is no NFL season, I wonder if rookie contracts would be extended by a year. Owners of the Ravens, Texans, Chiefs, Bills, Jets, and Cardinals would certainly vote for that. It’s unlikely star NFL players on rookie contracts would agree to that. For example, Baltimore would lose a year of prime SB contention if this season is cancelled (certainly a possibility, has to be safe in order to play). Having your QB have a $2 Mil cap hit is much more favorable than the $40 mil that we will have to pay him. KC is in a similar situation. I think the Hunt family and Bisciotti would kind of want that year back. To see what all sports leagues will do with contracts is going to be interesting in the event there is no MLB or NFL season at all. Public health always takes priority here
  11. So day 1 outlook is out. The SPC was going to go high risk but Birmingham NWS talked them out of it apparently. MDT expanded into GA though. I got all this info from the AmericanWx Southeast forum. While shear isn’t as good, lapse rates and instability is better. High risk or not, things look very bad south of I-20
  12. At 2:00 PM it was disgusting outside (75/68) now it’s a beautiful 53/36
  13. I got a decent storm. Sheets of rain and some good wind. The high wind event completely busted for me. It’s barely even a breezy day for me. Meh
  14. I wonder if they would expand the SIG or not. They are betting on this being cellular not linear. I think that Greensboro, NC, to Raleigh, to Richmond go MDT day 1 and ENH goes to DC and SLGT goes to Philly. Further North in MD, the NAM is overdoing it and it seems as though the air will be more stable than in VA. But we shall see
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