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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

JHS

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Nothing to speak of here since last Thursday night. If not for that storm then we would still be very dry. Some places in the western parts of SC and NC are still waiting for storms. They are avoiding I-85 from Anderson to near Charlotte big time so far for most of this week. The end of the pattern is in sight too with next week looking hot and dry for most of us. Once we get into that pattern I do not see it changing for a long time.
 

WeatherNC

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Dropping in to say hi, at 14.23” for the month just west of PGV. Went from a drought and ban burn to memorable summer totals in under a week. Images from this afternoon, not sure what bubbles up in the last one but will take a closer look tomorrow. Appears we are prime time tomorrow, again with PWATs ~2.25”

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Downeastnc

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2 days with 2+ inch amounts......today closer to 4 inches takes care of things real quick. Out of all the eastern half of the state my little neck of the woods is the only spot under flood advisories.
Radarscope has 7-10" over parts of Greenville and central Pit Co since yesterday......most models have 2-3" or more over the next couple of days and that does not include the 5-8" we got county wide last Wed.....so parts of Pitt Co are going to have received 15-20ish inches of rain over the last 10 or so days.
 

Lickwx

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Drought is something that overall takes time, it doesn’t occur overnight but also your daily thunderstorm won’t completely get rid of it either, cmon licktard
Again, clever parody of others and then piggybacking off shane. Genius , really a genius .
 

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Again, clever parody of others and then piggybacking off shane. Genius , really a genius .
That’s the point I’ve been making since I started saying something about it earlier, get out your feelings and play 8 ball with me on iMessage man
 

Downeastnc

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Dropping in to say hi, at 14.23” for the month just west of PGV. Went from a drought and ban burn to memorable summer totals in under a week. Images from this afternoon, not sure what bubbles up in the last one but will take a closer look tomorrow. Appears we are prime time tomorrow, again with PWATs ~2.25”

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I got one of those yard flooded pics....that River Birch was dropping leaves like crazy a few weeks back when it was so dry.....dont reckon its to dry now....

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Downeastnc

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Little confused by the FFW in place, most of the heaviest flooding rains have been south and especially SE of the actual watch. Why downeast is not under the watch is beyond me 🤷‍♂️
Yeah my wife said town was hell lots of roads underwater etc.....my mother in laws yard was completely flooded....it really is one of those normally only see with tropical systems type events....day after day of 2-4"+ totals.....hopefully they got it wrong about tomorrow we sure as hell do not need anymore for a while.....the worrisome part is if something did pop up in the tropics with this kind of saturation and water levels in the rivers etc we would be facing real problems...
 

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Wonder how long this QLCS like feature goes, it’ll probably puke out a outflow just in time for when it reaches Charlotte and dies
 

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EXACTLY. As I said, takes time for constant/scattered storms to do work, we need a tropical system or cutoff
Tropical systems works the best due to the warm rain process with the numerous small rain drops that soaks the soil better. If you ever tried running to your car in a tropical downpour you get soaked.


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