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Aaron Perry

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  1. Just wanted to pass along a 12Z ECMWF EPS Strike Probability plot that I made. Still lots of uncertainty/low predictability from 72 hours and beyond. This plot is based off of raw TC guidance text files provided by ECMWF
  2. Watch overnight fog burn off with the rising sun across central New England as the air temperature warms away from the dew point, causing fog droplets to quickly evaporate
  3. 1.6" of snow fell at 1,950 ft in Rowe, MA this morning
  4. Post-Frontal Cold Air Advection and Isentropic Downgliding continue to roll across the Northeast tonight. Winds sit down after 9:00pm across most of the region.
  5. Totally different feel to the air this morning as high pressure noses in from Quebec!
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    Talk to Ryan Maue and he may be able to help out
  8. The eastward jog has begun. Maria is still impacting open waters with 5 to 10-foot waves and dangerous surf and rip currents at south-facing shorelines.
  9. Here comes some relief! Dew points are crashing behind the front over New York and Vermont!
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    From the Linux side, I have custom-written shell scripts that automatically pull whatever model data I need and then run it through GrADS to make some colorful maps (check my Twitter feed or the Lyndon State College Weather Model Page, a page I put together before I graduated)
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    I have been using GrADS to make my weather maps for years, but in a Linux environment... If you're savvy, GrADS can definitely be set up (and properly run) in Windows though. You just have to make sure that the required libraries are current and that the working environment is set up correctly. Also, you may find OpenGrADS a bit more friendly to work with. For quick-viewing of GRIB-1, GRIB-2 or NetCDF files, I suggest using NASA's Panoply. NOAA's WCT tool may be another option.
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