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Pattern June Presented by: Heat and Humidity

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Slight risk pulled a little farther back into SC, otherwise no real change. It's going to be interesting to see where the storms in Kentucky end up in a few hours.
 

BirdManDoomW

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Slight risk pulled a little farther back into SC, otherwise no real change. It's going to be interesting to see where the storms in Kentucky end up in a few hours.
Prob Watauga NC before mostly drying up over eastern Watauga then skipping over and firing back up near or tick west of Charlotte
 

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Hrrr has quite a nasty forward propagating cluster of storms later, honestly given the 3km shear around 20-30kts and 20kts of 1km shear, cool pool organization would be possible, and a MCS could possibly develop with the storms that form East of the mountains
 

CLTwx

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Hrrr has quite a nasty forward propagating cluster of storms later, honestly given the 3km shear around 20-30kts and 20kts of 1km shear, cool pool organization would be possible, and a MCS could possibly develop with the storms that form East of the mountains
Driving back from Nashville and just about to enter Asheville. Suns is out so I could see these storms really get their act together and organize into a MCS.


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FFCs long range discussion looked like one of Webber’s posts. It’s like they crammed every scientific term they could into one paragraph. Anyways, it’s hotter n hell outside and I miss the beach. Came home to a jungle.
 
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The old man next door from Ukraine saw me with the water hose watering my grass seeds and asks "you water your grass, why? It's about to rain." I said "No sir, its not" and just continued what I was doing. I'm disgusted with today. I bet less than 5 miles to my se is measuring rain in inches. I give up!
 
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Ended here in southern Spartanburg with 1.40” for the day. It was fun while it lasted
I work in Moore and I bet they've had 4 inches or more since Wednesday. Meanwhile I'm less than 15 miles in a straight line from Moore and probably less from you and I have 2.1 for the whole month. Its gotten absolutely ridiculous!
 

Myfrotho704_

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I work in Moore and I bet they've had 4 inches or more since Wednesday. Meanwhile I'm less than 15 miles in a straight line from Moore and probably less from you and I have 2.1 for the whole month. Its gotten absolutely ridiculous!
I’m just as pissed as you right now man, add the fact I wanted to get good pictures of some sort of weather, not left over stratiform crap
 
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