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The June Thread 2021

June Thread Name

  • J/KG June

    Votes: 3 2.9%
  • Jumping June

    Votes: 9 8.8%
  • June Swoon

    Votes: 13 12.7%
  • June Bug

    Votes: 11 10.8%
  • The June Thread

    Votes: 20 19.6%
  • Junky June

    Votes: 5 4.9%
  • Junobody Cares

    Votes: 30 29.4%
  • Jacked June

    Votes: 11 10.8%

  • Total voters
    102

JakkelWx

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Way overdone on that trough in the east. I can already see it getting more muted as we get closer. That's been the theme thus far, and after June 20th we'll be back to hot again
 

Dewpoint Dan

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Actually my dad won. He is 7 miles east of me. His neighbors rain guage this morning.
Who cares about the neighbors rain gauge? What about his rain gauge? You know how these summer storms go. You can get 5" and the house across from you can get blanked.
 

Chazwin

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Seeing these keep happening is really starting give me summer 1989 and 1999 vibes. Both of those years we continued to have troughs move through the east all summer. Now there was heat at times and plenty of humidity, but the heat was rarely intense. As both of those summers progressed, we got wetter and of course both years had major tropical issues in the Carolinas as we got into September
 

Shaggy

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April and May were like being in the Arizona desert. Dry low humidity and now I feel like I live on the equator in the deepest most gross humidity filled rain forest you can find.
 

cd2play

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Seeing these keep happening is really starting give me summer 1989 and 1999 vibes. Both of those years we continued to have troughs move through the east all summer. Now there was heat at times and plenty of humidity, but the heat was rarely intense. As both of those summers progressed, we got wetter and of course both years had major tropical issues in the Carolinas as we got into September
Summer 2009 was really nice; summers that mild in the SE are very exceptionally rare, however. This summer (so far anyway) is reminding me a little of 2004
 
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