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  1. Thunder and lightning woke me up at 2:00am and it still going. Just had a massive hit right by the house the windows are shaking from the thunder so epic!
    16 points
  2. I've seen about 15 bolts and countless flashes. Thunder is rolling.
    14 points
  3. My Boeing son... who is obsessed with snow and cold and skiing and the greatest defender of the Puget Sound area. He loves all seasons. And scolds me if I ever complain about anything. He has had 17 surgeries related to a birth defect and a different perspective on life.
    13 points
  4. Now bigtime rain coming down! Lots of flashes everywhere!
    13 points
  5. Coming down good now! One flash and a boom, otherwise just low muttering thunder.
    13 points
  6. Back to Medford after 2 amazing weeks going back home and seeing my parents in Puerto Rico. Looks like we dodge the heatmageddon down here but we were welcome with smoke. Here are some pictures
    11 points
  7. 10 points
  8. What a fun night of thunderstorm action.
    10 points
  9. Love this action! Weather Weenie Wonderful!
    10 points
  10. 12Z EPS for Seattle... most people around the country would call this perfect summer weather.
    9 points
  11. Random rant here...I've noticed more and more sasquatch branding (for lack of a better term) here in CO since I've lived here, and as a born PNW native, it kind of pisses me off. First, it's appropriating a piece of Northwest lore that goes back many decades. Some even say back to the native tribes before the white man. Second, it makes no sense logically. As a highly elusive creature, Bigfoot needs expansive, dense forests to hide within. The PNW has this...Colorado forests are much too thin and small to conceal this legendary creature.
    9 points
  12. Fun day at Timberline. Nice to escape the heat and be back on snow. Also never a bad thing when you can ski 36k vertical on a July day.
    9 points
  13. Last night in Willapa Bay. Besides the annoying marine layer every morning, the afternoons and evenings are perfect in the up 60s -low 70s. My 7-year-old son made an observation as we pulled in here Tuesday evening: The boy: “Dad, Americans love their country more than Canadians love their country.” Me: “What makes you say that?” The boy: “All the American flags.” He said that out of pure innocence and pure observation.
    9 points
  14. 12Z ECMWF is by far the deepest it has shown with any troughing by day 9.
    9 points
  15. Truly stunning day. 67 with marine layer making a bit of a comeback now. Shame that it's a Monday and not a Saturday.
    8 points
  16. The Euro has been sniffing out a real frontal passage in about a week. Might end up being a mostly dry one but at least a few members have a decent rain.
    8 points
  17. I woke up to some loud thunder and it looks like there must've been some rain. Really nice morning sky too! Hopefully we don't see too many fires though
    8 points
  18. My kids found the perfect Jesse book!!
    8 points
  19. Remember that time he botched a freezing rain forecast and responded by creating a new type of precipitation…rain that freezes?
    8 points
  20. I don't know if anyone's been keeping track of Redding's weather this month, but holy fuck, it is something scary. They are still running a remarkable +10.1F on the month, and have only recorded a single day below the triple digits. More than half the days this month have topped 110F, including the new all time record of 119F measured on the 6th. And tomorrow their continuous heatwave begins another ten plus day restrengthening cycle. Lots more 110F+ days to come.
    8 points
  21. Love it! It has everything to do with the dew point though!! I was trying to explain that to my wife a few winters ago…She just gave me the blank stare.
    8 points
  22. Lots of these cells have been long lived. I wouldn't be surprised if PDX also gets into the action later.
    8 points
  23. The Griswold family truckster finally made it to the KOA in Willapa, WA after a seven hour travel including one hour at the border.
    8 points
  24. 7 points
  25. A lot of active weather coming up from the South in Oregon 🌩 the first radar is Medford and the second is Portland.
    7 points
  26. Saw some lightning off to the west. We have some instability over us with some rain. Willamette Valley could see some action overnight.
    7 points
  27. First smoke-enhanced sunset of the season.
    7 points
  28. You take this place way too seriously. You say you don't care, when you clearly do. I do agree that this place is full of trolls and has a pretty awful vibe overall. There are a lot of strange personalities in here that like to antagonize. You are also unfortunately letting some of your bully tendencies show lately. You just have to ignore some of these comments and roll with the punches a little bit better. The random jokes in here don't change the reality of our climate change.
    7 points
  29. July and August in southern Chile sounds better every year.
    7 points
  30. Really cool picture taken from our county fairgrounds looking north, as the storm was moving south towards town on Tuesday evening.
    7 points
  31. I am at 6 months from injury on August 4th. I can finally walk again without crutches and can do stairs now. Knee injuries are so slow to heal... but I have made steady progress the entire time. Every week is a little better than the last so that has been encouraging. The mental aspect has been the toughest part for me. Learning to trust my knee again and not rushing it.
    7 points
  32. 80 on the hour at SEA. New record for consecutive 80+ days has officially been set at 16.
    7 points
  33. Beautiful cloud cover galore so far in Everett. Marine layer made a come back! Still a balmy 74F outside, but not having the sun beat down on you is nice. Here are some pics from the other day of Everett, Washington in peak summer beauty. Little harbor town on a summer's day! Still all green here despite weeks of no rain.
    7 points
  34. The drop from 97 to 60 at EUG is pretty impressive. Hope not to many fires are started.
    7 points
  35. 7 points
  36. Nope. 100% Canadian—Canadian redneck at heart as I’m originally Albertan. If you were to plunk me in middle America, the only giveaway would be my Canadian accent, love of hockey, and ignorance of football—although I know how it’s played. I would otherwise blend in well. My folks lived in Junction City, OR from ‘99-‘04 as my dad worked for Country Coach. I stayed in Canada but visited a few times.
    7 points
  37. Headed south and it looks like some thunderstorms are developing to the east and west of EUG.
    7 points
  38. The north Cascades are so underrated in general. It helps that most areas are so remote and far from major metros, and most mountain tourists opt for Rainier or the Olympics. One of my friends was up at Diablo Lake this past weekend and snapped this.
    7 points
  39. WORLD’S SMALLEST HEAT ADVISORY
    7 points
  40. Not sure if anyone mentioned it this morning, but the 12z GFS still shows t-storms moving up the Willamette valley Wednesday morning. Could finally be some fun weather!
    7 points
  41. This weekend my son told me he is a heat person. Lol.
    7 points
  42. Arctic front must have already blown through here. 15 degrees with a cloudless sky edit. Got my units mixed up. It’s 15C. 60F.
    7 points
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