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Hudson Bay to Oklahoma! #7355757
09/14/21 07:30 PM
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Just checked doppler radar and this narrow band of T-storms over Michiganís thumb area stretches from near Hudson Bay to Oklahoma. Donít think Iíve ever seen that before

Re: Hudson Bay to Oklahoma! [Re: Thumbian] #7355849
09/14/21 09:11 PM
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That does seem unusual. Weather fronts don't usually cover that much ground!

Re: Hudson Bay to Oklahoma! [Re: Thumbian] #7355850
09/14/21 09:13 PM
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We needed the rain and the break from the heat. Its hard to get into the fall mood when its 95 degrees and sunny.


Re: Hudson Bay to Oklahoma! [Re: Michigander] #7355863
09/14/21 09:17 PM
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The more heat one has the more energy created and thus fronts can extend much further. The other part of that is what system s pushing the front and at what speed. The slower the front moves the more moisture one typically gets. We have had a couple storms lately when the front came through, we got an inch or so in .5 hours and the humidity and temperature did not drop at all. To me that meant a lot of energy left in the system and more to come and it did.

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Re: Hudson Bay to Oklahoma! [Re: Thumbian] #7356119
09/15/21 07:41 AM
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We were really lucky here in Pa. We had a little rain every week. Only a few very hot days and crops are huge. The whole area is and was green all summer long. We cut grass every few days or else we had hay to sack. Been a good summer as far as the weather goes HERE. Feel sorry for the rest of the contry with fires and floods, we are not out of the woods for floods as we usually get one every few years. So far so good. Looking forward to fall and winter........jk District 7 miniconvention this weekend!!!!!!!!


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Re: Hudson Bay to Oklahoma! [Re: Thumbian] #7356196
09/15/21 09:52 AM
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Been a nice summer here,drier than usual.We got a good soaker yesterday-steady rain all day.
That should saturate the dry ground and any further rains to come should start to fill up the creeks and get the beaver into their wintering grounds.
Sun just starting to peek out today.

Last edited by Boco; 09/15/21 09:54 AM.
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