Mornin', y'all! Got a 50/50 chance of a rainless day ahead. Might even get to the golf course later, depending.
Wanted to report on a VERY strange weather event yesterday. I'm an "amateur meteorologist", have been my whole life. Love weather stuff and this area has some strange happenings, for sure. Yesterday, in a small region near Waterville, NY, a chain of thunderstorms developed and traveled north in stream about 5 miles wide. They continued to develop in the exact location for hours, as if there was a volcano spewing out a plume, the stream moving just west of due north, wandering neither east nor west, in a tight, cohesive band. Watching it on radar it was among the strangest things I've seen, weatherwise. It was the point source of the development of the storms that was so unusual. Quite a bit of local flooding along the Mohawk River, nothing dramatic or very unusual there, but the chaining and small width of the plume was some of the oddest I've ever seen.
Right now, it's some EMP in my big Savinelli Anni with excellent coffee, watching things dry out.