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Cincinnati 5NW (Ronald Rothhaas Jr) - July will be remembered as remarkably cool and wet in Cincinnati.  High temperatures equalled or exceeded normal on only 4 days.  Temperatures for the month averaged almost 2F below normal with rainfall 2.40 inches above normal.  Deluges occurred on the 11th with 1.12 inches, the 22nd with 1.85 inches, and at the end of the month on the 31st with 2.18 inches.  The remarkable event of the month was a cold wave on the 25th, 26th, and 27th.  Daily record low maximums were recorded on each of these 3 days of 69F, 65F, and 66F respectively.  The 65F was the coldest ever in the month of July and would have been normal for April 15 or October 17!  The 66F on the 27th was 8F below the old record!  Temperatures warmed to 76F on the 28th but this was only 2F above that date's record low high.  On the 27th the temperature had only risen to 63F by 4PM when the sun finally broke through.

Cleves 3NW (James F. Davis)- July ended up 2F below normal

Kent 2W (Eric Wertz) -  July was characterized by cooler than normal temperatures with normal precipitation.  Measurable precipitation occurred on 15 days with the heaviest precipitation noted on the 31st with 1.04".  This was in association with heavy thunderstorms in advance of a cold front.  Even though thunderstorms were observed on 7 days, high wind gusts for the month were below average.  The highest wind gust was only 24 mph on the 4th and only 13% of all days this month saw wind gusts of at least 20 mph.  Morning fog occurred on the 19th and 21st.  There was only 1 watch issued this month.  The Lake Erie water temperature briefly touched 73 before falling back to 71 on 7/31. 

Kidron 1N (Ronald Hahn) -  July was just slightly (almost a degree) below normal in temperature and close to 0.50" below normal for rain.  New minimum high temperature records were set on the 17th (73) and 25th (76).

Munroe Falls 1SW (Larry Huff)-   Second coolest July since records began in 1992 with a mean temperature of 69.6 degrees.  Coolest was July 2000 with 67.7 degrees.  This July was  the 6th driest July since 1992 with a total precipitation of 3.06 inches.

Newcomerstown 1S (Don Keating)


Ottawa 4E (Phil & Bonnie Higley) Ended up 1.7F below normal for the month, for our Ave. Temp. & 1.05" above for the month for our rainfall.  So a cool & wet month.

Perrysville 4W (Katie Gerwig) -  July was slightly cooler and drier than normal.  Cloud cover was heavier than normal.  Some rain fell on 10 days with 3 thunderstorm days.

Ravenna 1E (Rich Rabatin) - J

Ravenna 1SE (Gary Locke)  July was a relatively dry month with only 5 thunderstorm days and no severe weather to report.

Sabina (Ron Rockhold) - July went from too dry to the wettest July in the last ten years. 8.19"

Springfield (Dick Groeber) Temperatures averaged near the station normals. There were only 2 90 degree temperature dates. The temperatures gradually cooled through the month to near or at or below record station levels by months end.  Rainfall was mostly light with scattered thunderstorm dates. There were only 2 dates with over 1/2 inch rainfall. Overall total was about half the station normal for the month. 

Tiltonsville (Carl Phillips Jr) - 07/26/2004 08:00am to 09:00am = 0.59 inches of Rain in 1 hour with 0.05 inches of Rain in 1 minute at 08:40am with a total Rainfall of 2.27 inches in a 24 hour period.

Thompson 5SW (Vance Lunn)- July 2004 was overall a very pleasant month with no hot weather.  Periods of seasonalbly warm temperatures with highs in the upper 70's to low 80's alternated with periods of cool weather with supressed highs in the upper 60's to low 70's.  Lows were in the 50's and 60's throughout the month.  Other weather that occured were 6 days with thunder and 6 with fog.

Wooster 7N (Jack Sisler) The one thing that stood out for the month of July was the lack of really hot weather. Mean temperatures were average even with no 90-degree high temperatures. The warmest temperatures occurred the first half of the month. I had a record low for the morning of the 24th of 48 degrees breaking the old record of 49 degrees set in 2000. Precipitation was 1.50 inches below normal even with 0.75 inches on the last day of the month.

 

      

OWON # Station Mean Max Temp Mean Min Temp Mean Temp High Temp Date Low Temp Date Total Prec Max 24hr Prec Date

#

Prec Days

Total Snow Max 24hr Snow Date #  1"+ Snow Days Max Wind Gust Date
119 Akron 1W 78.6 62.7 70.7 86 3rd 55 24th 2.58 0.88 30-31 13         28 4th
A Akron-Canton 79.1 60.8 69.9 85 13, 21 51 24th 3.12 1.54 30-31 16         30 4, 5
82 Centerville 1W                                  
A Cincinnati 82.3 62.4 73.3 90 22nd 50 28th 6.14 2.02 30-31 18         53 10th
13 Cincinnati 5NW 81.7 65.1 73.5 90 6th 59 24, 28 6.64 2.18 31st 10            
A Cleveland 79.6 63.2 71.4 88 6, 21 56 9th 2.88 1.16 30-31 11         37 4th
55 Cleves 3NW 84.8 64.8 74.8 92 22nd 58 29th 6.4 3.4 30,31 14         30 13th
A Columbus 82.5 64.8 73.7 90 6th 54 4th 6.46 2.52 30-31 16         38 22nd
A Dayton 81.2 62.9 72.1 89 22nd 54 24th 3.25 0.37 31st 14         37 24th
22 Kent 2E 80.1 60.5 70.3 88 13th 51 9th 2.75 0.94 31st 16         15 4, 24
430 Kent 2W 77.8 60.2 69 85 13th 51 24th 3.30 1.04 31st 17         24 4th
2 Kidron 1N 81.8 61.5 71.7 87 2,3,10,12,13 52 24th 3.27 0.94 7th 13         20 4th
87 Lagrange 2SW 81.3 60.2 70.8 91 6,11 52 24th 6.03 2.52 17th 12         26 15th
A Mansfield 79.2 60.5 69.8 86.0 6th 50 24th 4.48 1.39 17th 15         49 31st
51 Middleburg Heights  2N               2.82 1.05 31st              
25 Munroe Falls 1SW 79.6 59.6 69.6 88 14th 53 9,10,25 3.06 0.84 31st 13         25 14th
32 North Ridgeville 1N                                  
106 Newcomerstown 1S 81.7 62.9 72.3 89 13th 52 24th 7.23 2.37 10-11 19         26 4th
15 Ottawa 4E 81 61.6 71.3 89 22nd 52 9th 3.85 1.17 22nd 12         40 22nd
79 Perrysville 4W 80.2 61.2 69.5 87 13th 52 9th 2.97 1.36 31st 10            
101 Ravenna 1E 84 67 75.6 94 3rd 60 24th 2.14 0.60 31st 11         22 7th
121 Ravenna 1SE 80.6 60.3 70.5 90 1st 54 23rd 2.97 0.59 14th 14         n/a n/a
33 Rockbridge 4W 81.8 63.5 72.6 89 6,13 54 24th 6.58 2.47 22nd 15            
1 Springfield 2 83 64 73 90 2,5,22 55 24th 2.89 0.85 31st 12         24 14th
112 Sugarcreek 2SW 79 62 70.5 86 2nd 53 9,24,29 4.5 1.04 26th 18         24 4th
98 Thompson 5SW 76.6 60.0 68.3 85 11th 50 24th 5.39 1.26 31st 17         13 15th
117 Tiltonsville 82.7 65.2 73 90 13th 58 1st 4.49 2.27 26th 19         27 14th
A Toledo 82.4 62.1 72.2 90 13, 22 51 9th 2.61 0.82 30-31 15         44 7th
16 Wooster 7N 80.6 60.5 70.5 87 3rd 48 24th 2.66 0.76 31st 16         34 7th
A Youngstown 77.8 59.5 68.7 85 13, 21 52 24, 29 4.24 1.55 30-31 11         33 4th
OWON # Station Mean Max Temp Mean Min Temp Mean Temp High Temp Date Low Temp Date Total Prec Max 24hr Prec Date

#

Prec Days

Total Snow Max 24hr Snow Date #  1"+ Snow Days Max Wind Gust Date

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Date: Fri Jul 2, 2004 7:16 pm

Subject: Notice! State Weather Summary (SWSOH) Product Change!

 

State Weather Summary (SWSOH / ABUS30 KCLE) product

has been changed to:

 

Regional Weather Summary (RWSOH / AWUS81 KCLE)

 

 

I haven't seen this product since 5am Thursday.

I can't find it across the Web yet - - I'm still

looking.

 

The change was noted in a

Public Information Statement.

 

NOAA's site has CLE's and the

other WFO changes here:

 

 

 

DM 06-04.12 New WMO headers and AWIPS IDs for

Weather Summary (RWS)product

 

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/dm-cgi-bin/chgshow.pl?fn=DM06-04.12.txt

 

 

 

DM 06-04.14 New WMO headers and AWIPS IDs for

Max/Min Temp and Precip Tables (RTP)

 

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/dm-cgi-bin/chgshow.pl?fn=DM06-04.14.txt

 

 

DM 06-04.15 New WMO headers and AWIPS IDs for

Weather Roundup (RWR) Product

 

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/dm-cgi-bin/chgshow.pl?fn=DM06-04.15.txt

 

 

 

 

 

- Patrick

 

Date: Sat Jul 3, 2004 1:35 pm

Subject: Munroe Falls June Data

 

Observations taken at 7AM

 

High temperature 89 degrees on the 10th

Low temperature 42 degrees on the 20th

Mean high temperature 76.0

Mean low temperature 54.6

Monthly mean 65.3

Precipitation 3.60 inches

Max 24 hour precipitation 0.56 inch on the 12th

 

 

June 2004 second coolest June since records began in 1993 with a mean

temperature of 65.3. Coolest was June 2003 with a mean temperature of 64.5

degrees

 

 

Larry Huff

Munroe Falls, Ohio

33-8062-3

 

Date: Sun Jul 4, 2004 9:41 am

Subject: June 2004 Numbers for Ravenna 1SE

 

Group:

Happy 4th of July! My recap for June is as follows:

High temperature 89 degrees on 6/8/04

Low temperature 44 degrees on 6/19/04

Mean high temperature 77.50

Mean low temperature 54.80

Monthly mean 66.15

Precipitation 3.99 inches

Max 24 hour precipitation 0.71 inch on the 13th

 

I had a total of 15 precipitation days and only five thunderstorm days. The latter number seems pretty low

for June but I have no historic data to compare it to. We also had 6 slight risk days and 1 moderate risk

(6/14/04) day per SPC which produced some marginal severe weather on the 14th.

Gary Locke

Ravenna 1SE

OWON #121

 

Date: Sun Jul 4, 2004 12:37 pm

Subject: June 2004 ... Newcomerstown 1S

 

Average high was 78.8 or -3.8 degrees

Average low was 58.1 or -0.9 degrees

Average mean temperature was 68.4 or -4.7 degrees

Rainfall was 4.31" or +0.85 inches

Rain fell on 14 days in June '04

There were seven (7) thunder days

Heaviest 24 HR precip was 1.26" on the 14'th

Average high wind gust was 17.4 mph

Highest wind gust was 44 on the 1'st

Highest temperature was 90 on the 9'th

Lowest temperature was 45 on the 20'th

Don Keating #106

Newcomerstown 1S

 

From: "Phillip Higley" <phigley@bright.net>

Date: Sun Jul 4, 2004 5:11 pm

Subject: monthly report for June 04

 

Ave. Max.: 77.6F

Ave. Minn.: 58.5F

Ave. Temp.: 68.1F

Highest was 89F on the 9th

Lowest was 47F on the 26th

Precip.: 6.87" 24 hour greatest total 1.75" on the 11th

(There was only 14 day's with precip. this month.)

Snowfall 0.0"

Highest baro.: 30.06" on the 4th

Lowest baro. 29.47" on the 14th

4-E

Putman, Co.

 

Date: Mon Jul 12, 2004 10:58 am

Subject: No Hot Weather?

 

Group:

 

Being the middle of Summer there has been a lack of really hot

weather; temperatures above 90 degrees. So far there hasn't been an

establishment of a strong ridge anchored off the east coast/western

Atlantic (a.k.a. Bermuda High). This has allowed a progression of

cold fronts to move thru the area and continue off the east coast.

The last 90-degree day I had was on September 9, 2002 with a

temperature of 91. I realize there is still another two months for

this to happen but I don't recall there ever being two years in a

row without a 90-degree temperature.

 

Other thoughts or observations?

 

Jack Sisler

Wooster 7N

 

Date: Mon Jul 12, 2004 11:49 am

Subject: Re: [OhioWx] No Hot Weather?

 

Hello Jack and Group;

What I know is this... and that is the winds aloft and jet stream seem to be in a pattern that was established

last winter (03-04) as well as last summer. It's not the best if you're a hot weather fan. And as a result of the

troff being over this part of the continent again, my precipitation total for 2004 has already gone past the 29"

mark!

On June 9'th I had a high of 90 degrees. That has been the only reading of 90 or higher so far this summer. In

2003 there were three days with highs of 90 or higher. August 21 of 2003 had a high of 91 and that was the

last 90+ reading here.

I personally am not optomistic about this longterm jet stream pattern changing for a longterm period

anytime soon. I fear that if it doesn't break before November, we're in for yet another crummy winter season

(04-05) in respects to cold weather and snowier than normal precipitation.

 

Don Keating #106

Newcomerstown 1S

 

From: "J S" <luckej@hotmail.com>

Date: Mon Jul 12, 2004 12:27 pm

Subject: Re: [OhioWx] No Hot Weather?

 

Columbus has had 3 90 degree days so far, and just barely reached 90 all 3

days. It doesn't look good for heat anytime soon, either. I have noticed

that SSTA's in the Gulf of Alaska and in the North Atlantic are warm. This

definitely helps the East stay cooler during the summer, but normally has

bigger implications for wintertime (if it holds on that long). Three cold

winters in a row, anyone?

 

 

Date: Tue Jul 13, 2004 12:21 pm

Subject: Re: No Hot Weather?

 

Hi Jack and Group:

 

I don't think I've ever recalled two summers in a row in which the

temperature has not reached 90 degrees. Granted when you look at how

July 2004 has fared to date, you can't say we are having a cool

summer month. The monthly mean temperature to date at Lodi 2S has

been 71.6 degrees which is just about on target (actually maybe a bit

above normal) and we've achieved this despite the fact that the

highest temperature seen so far this month has been 85 degrees!

 

The Bermuda High was in full force during May and early June and we

were really feeling the effects from it during that period. It has

contracted a bit and has moved to its more climatologically-favored

position over the past three weeks or so. The main reason for the

lack of heat is anticyclonic blocking over western Canada/Alaska and

periodic blocking over Greenland and northeast Canada. When you have

blocking in these positions it forces the jet stream to a more

southerly latitude over eastern North America and often allows a TROF

to dig over the eastern part of the U.S. and Canada under the

northeastern Canada/Greenland block.

 

The question is when will the pattern break for good? I agree with

Don, not anytime soon. However, the medium range models are showing

a lack of anticyclonic blocking over northeast Canada and Greenland

during the early and middle portion of next week. This should allow

the TROF forecast to settle over the eastern U.S. late this week to

kick out this weekend and early next week and allow a developing

Soronan heat ridge currently over the western U.S. to gradually

expand to the east towards the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. This

should turn up the heat a bit for us towards the middle and later

portion of next week (but this may only be a "transitionary" pattern

change and may not last long).

 

Time will tell :).

 

Matt Higgins

 

Date: Wed Jul 14, 2004 1:45 am

Subject: Re: No Hot Weather?

 

I'm not complainin'. I like the cooler to moderate summers. June

was a very pleasant month despite frequent cool spells. We had 3

days last summer of 90+, but none so far this year with the highest

being 87 scored during June.

 

Vance

 

Date: Wed Jul 14, 2004 9:09 pm

Subject: June's Weather Statistics for Centerville 1W

 

Weather statistics for the month of June for Centerville 1W.

High Temp (Date) ... 90 / 9th

Low Temp (Date) ... 46 / 5th

Mean High ... 79.8

Mean Low ... 59.2

Monthly Mean ... 69.5

Total Precipitation ... 4.14"

Max 24 hr Precipitation (Date) ... 2.29" / 11th

Number of Precipitation Days... 9

Total Snowfall... 0.0"

Max 24 hr Snowfall (Date) ...

Max Snow Depth at time of observation ... 0"

High Wind Gust (Date) ... 28 MPH / 1st & 11th

Thunderstorm Days ... 8

Highest Barometer (Date) ... 30.28" / 30th

Lowest Barometer (Date) ... 29.73" / 1st

Average High Wind Gust... 15.3 MPH

Year To Date Precipitation . 25.44"

4.76" Above Normal

Robert Flory - KA5RUC

Centerville 1W

Southeast Montgomery County

Ohio Weather Observer Network #82

Wilmington NWS Skywarn ID OMT405

 

Date: Sat Jul 17, 2004 12:57 pm

Subject:

 

Greetings,

During a 3 day period in June(9th through the 11th)total rainfall at my

home in northwest Hocking County was 3.38". During the 28 day period from

June 19 through July 16 the total rainfall was

.54". That dry spell came to an

end today(Saturday, July 17)when 1.16" of rain fell between midnight and

noon.

On EACH of the first 16 days of July the low temperature was in the 60s

and the high was in the 80s. That also appears to be ending today

as the temperature is 66 at 1:30 p.m.under

cloudy skies.

Jim Fry

Rockbridge 4W

OWON#33

 

Date: Sat Jul 17, 2004 6:05 pm

Subject: New Web Address

 

After much searching, I have changed my web site address. It is:

http://larryhuff1943.tripod.com/

 

From there, you can go to my old web address but it could be deleted from my

old service provider at any time.

 

The new address is very basic at this time. You will find various parts of my

old sites on the new site. I will be adding as I go along. I mainly want to

be

 

able to put up my weather data going back to when I started in 1992.

 

Larry Huff

Munroe Falls 1SW

Summit County

 

 

Date: Tue Jul 20, 2004 8:20 am

Subject: Wireless Weather

 

Group:

 

For the past several months I've been looking at various services

that provide weather information for my cell phone with enough info

at a decent price. I chose AccuWeather because it's cheaper than

others (including The Weather Channel) with pretty much the same

information. You do need to have a vision (picture) cell phone. I

have one that I use with Sprint. The service from AccuWeather costs

$ 3.00 for 30 days and, at the moment, there is no long-term

subscription you're stuck with if you don't like it after 30 days.

The only additional cost is the minutes you use on your regular

phone plan. You can get text weather for various areas, regional and

national radar and satellite images, current weather, as well as

hurricane information. Go to http://www.accuweather.com then click

on Wireless Services on the left of the page.

 

The only disadvantage I found with it is your're looking at a fairly

small picture compared to a palmtop or pocket pc. However, I can

still make out what I'm looking at ok. I thought this to be a nice

alternative when the power goes out or in the car while traveling or

chasing without messing around with a laptop computer.

 

Jack

Wooster 7N

 

Date: Thu Jul 22, 2004 12:20 pm

Subject: Hocking County rainfall.

 

Total rainfall today(Thursday, July 22)from midnight to noon at my home

here in northwest Hocking County was 2.47".

Jim Fry

Rockbridge 4W

OWON#33

 

Date: Thu Jul 22, 2004 1:37 pm

Subject: Re: [OhioWx] Hocking County rainfall.

 

Jim;

I'm curious. Seems like you have been getting hit particularly hard down there this year. What is your 2004

precipitation total so far and what is your July 2004 total so far?

Don Keating #106

Newcomerstown 1S

 

Date: Fri Jul 23, 2004 11:24 am

Subject:

 

Hi Don,

Thanks for the e-mail.

Total rainfall for the year so far at my home here in

northwest Hocking County is 31.70".

Total rainfall for July so far is 3.97".

Measurable rain for July so far has fallen on only six days:

July 5>.17"

July 7>,06"

July 10>.03"

July 11>.06"

July 17>1.18"

July 22>2.47"

 

Sincerely,

Jim Fry

Rockbridge 4W

OWON #33

 

Date: Sat Jul 24, 2004 9:45 am

Subject: Record Cold Night

 

Group:

 

I had a record low of 48 degrees set @6:01 a.m. this morning

breaking the old record low for the date of 49 set in 2000. However,

things have recovered nicely with the temperature @ 9:45 a.m. at 63

degrees.

 

Jack

Wooster 7N

Wayne County

 

Date: Sat Jul 24, 2004 3:39 pm

Subject: record low

 

This morning here at my station in Toledo 5 NE, NE Lucas, i recorded a

low of 51

degrees @ 6:25 am breaking the previous low of 54 set in 2000.

 

mike bielski

toledo 5 ne

ne lucas

point place

 

Date: Sun Jul 25, 2004 9:45 am

Subject: No Record Here

 

Hello Group;

While a few of you established record low readings yeaterday (July 24, 2004), I did not. My reading of 52 missed

the record low of 50 established in 2000. I am not complaining though.

My annual precipitation total is currently at 30.60". Last year at the end of July, 2003 I had a total of 21.64". I am

currently 8.96" ABOVE last years total for July 31'st!!

Don Keating #106

Newcomerstown 1S

 

Date: Sun Jul 25, 2004 11:39 am

Subject: Congratulations to Dick Groeber

 

I want to congratulate Dick Groeber whose interest in weather began when he

was 10 years old. This past Friday, he celebrated 50 years of keeping

weather records from his life-time residence in Springfield, Ohio. This past

Monday's edition of the Springfield News-Sun carried an almost full page

article on Dick with full color photos and a very good article. Dick

broadcasts

 

twice daily over WEEC. His broadcasts began 25 years ago when I was on

the radio staff and asked if he would consider providing such a service.

He is also a NWS cooperative observer.

While in Springfield, Ohio this past Friday for a WEEC board meeting, I had

time to stop by to see Dick and visit for about one and a half hours.

 

50 years is a lot of weather data.

 

Larry Huff

 

Date: Mon Jul 26, 2004 9:05 pm

Subject: July 26'th... 2003 and 2004

 

Group;

I have received a total of 1.18" of rainfall since midnight thus far. It looks like it is possible additional

measurable rainfall will fall in my bucket before midnight. With this said, let us compare total precipitation

totals for 2003 and 2004 through July 26'th.

2003 I had measured 20.68"

2004 I have measured 31.78"

That's a huge 11.10" additional from this point in time last year.

If we were to receive no additional rainfall for July 2004 (Yea, right!) and average out the first seven months

of the year, then take the average precip total per month, multiply it for the remaining five months of 2004,

we would end up with 54.48" of precipitation for the year, which would easily establish a new annual

precipitation record for my station. But we all know how 'averages' work out around Ohio!!

Don Keating #106

Newcomerstown 1S

 

Date: Tue Jul 27, 2004 6:54 am

Subject: New record - lowest high for date

 

Yesterday, we set a new record here in southwestern Ohio - 66 degrees for the high, lowest high temp for 27 July.

 

We also accumulated one heating degree day.

 

What's happened to summer? ...and what does this bode for next winter?

 

Barb

Middletown OH

 

Date: Tue Jul 27, 2004 12:30 pm

Subject: For those of us looking for SUMMER!

 

Hi Group:

 

Has it been COOL enough for you as of late? O.K. even I'll admit that

daytime temperatures in the 60's does not cut it around here in

July! But with that said, I think that very shortly the folks out

there looking for real summer are not going to be disappointed! I

see a pattern change in the works beginning late this week that might

carry well into the first half of August. You know that familar

summer phrase used often in meteorological language over eastern

North America, "Bermuda High"? Well, it's making a comeback and it

looks like we'll be feeling the heat and humidity around here very

shortly!

 

I know that may of us have not seen a 90 degree day yet this summer

but I'm holding out high hope that most of us will see at least one

or two days in the 90's over the next couple of weeks. The first

opportunity comes as early as this Friday with other opportunities

next week.

 

It would be nice to feel at least a little summer around here this

year!!

 

Break out the cold beer & gin & tonics!

 

Other comments?

 

Matt Higgins

Lodi 2S

 

From: "Phillip Higley" <phigley@bright.net>

Date: Tue Jul 27, 2004 1:25 pm

Subject: Re: [OhioWx] For those of us looking for SUMMER!

 

My feeling's on this subject is that mother natural is trying to get back to

normal..

But what is normal?? I feel that we will have a short live summer & go

right into fall before the end of Aug. & we might even see our first

snowfall by the middle of Sept. or no later then the end of Oct. Then this

winter we just might see a normal winter & then a LONG winter..........

Just rememember one thing..Which is this...........The poles are changing

from North to South & South to North, I feel that this has a changed on our

weather here. Onces this is done, we will see different changes in our

weather here as a whole..An also the moon is pulling away from the earth.

With all of this going on, I feel we just might see a MAJOR changed in our

weather.

Any other thought's on this subjects???

4-E

Putnam, Co.

Phil

 

Date: Tue Jul 27, 2004 3:26 pm

Subject: Re: For those of us looking for SUMMER!

 

Matt:

 

I

haven't really looked at any models but I think they're already

coming down with the maximum temperature forecasts for late in the

week than they had previously. My highest temperature so far for the

year was an 87 on August 3rd.

 

Jack

Wooster 7N

 

 

Date: Tue Jul 27, 2004 3:54 pm

Subject: Re: For those of us looking for SUMMER!

 

 

I noticed the same thing you did on the NWS zone forecasts for the

weekend, but I'm still hopeful for high temperatures near 90 on

Friday and at least mid 80's over the weekend (depends on how far

south that next cool front gets). Most of the medium-range models

are hinting at seasonably warm to occasionally hot weather in the 6

to 10 day period. Keep your fingers crossed!

 

Matt

 

Date: Wed Jul 28, 2004 6:39 am

Subject: Another new record - lowest high for date

 

Had a record lowest high for the date of 65 degrees yesterday - and three heating degree days.

 

Today is expected to be a bit more seasonal.

 

Barb

Middletown OH

 

From: "Phillip Higley" <phigley@bright.net>

Date: Wed Jul 28, 2004 7:40 am

Subject: weather

 

Everyone is talking about how unseasonable cool it is.

But no one is saying how it got this way...

Here a my reporting station it's 58F @ 7:37 a.m., our low got

down to 53F, @ 2:13 a.m..Ptly. Cldy. skies.

Baro. 29.91, rel. hum. 94%, dew point 56F.

4 E

Putnam, Co.

 

Date: Wed Jul 28, 2004 12:04 pm

Subject: Re: For those of us looking for SUMMER!

 

If trends continue as they have been since last winter, you may be

right, Phil. We've had 2-3 week periods of cooler than normal

weather alternating with 2-3 weeks of basically normal temps. This

warmer spell in the forcast may be the next period of more normal

weather. Check out this article:

 

http://mitosyfraudes.8k.com/Calen/Landscheidt-1.html

 

He has correlated various happennings of the Sun very closely with

past climate patterns and has developed a way to forcast these trends

into the future. He says that we could be into Little Ice Age type

weather by 2030. Brrrr!!

 

The magnetic pole reversals have also been associated with climate

change, although I haven't studied that as much.

 

Noteworthy is that the coolness here has be in the daytime. Nights

have been pleasantly cool, but not unusually cold. My low here for

July so far is 50.

 

Vance

 

From: "Phillip Higley" <phigley@bright.net>

Date: Fri Jul 30, 2004 8:44 pm

Subject: Fw: awesome weather pictures

 

Here are some pictures a friend of my send to me & I thought I would send these over to Ohio Reports for

you folks to look at..Enjoy..

4-E

Putnam

Got 0.18" of rainfall tonight & have Fog forming...

Enjoy these photo's............

----- Original Message -----

From: trankin

To: Phillip Higley

Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 8:09 PM

Subject: awesome weather pictures

http://www.leesweather.com/Weather_Photos.htm

This website contains awesome photos of weather related storms........

 

Date: Sat Jul 31, 2004 11:59 am

Subject: Overnight rain

 

Rain overnight at Munroe Falls amounted to 0.84 inch as of 7 am this

morning.

 

Larry Huff

Munroe Falls 1SW

Summit County

 

Date: Sat Jul 31, 2004 2:46 pm

Subject: Re: Overnight rain

 

Rain here from 12:00 AM till 2:00 PM amounted to 1.79", which makes 5.96"

for the month.

 

chris

Lancaster 3NE

 

Date: Sat Jul 31, 2004 2:58 pm

Subject: Re: [OhioWx] Re: Overnight rain

 

Group;

Rainfall began here in Newcomerstown between 2:30 and 2:45 a.m. and has amounted to 1.67". Total for the month

is at 7.23".

Don Keating #106

newcomerstown 1S

 

Date: Sat Jul 31, 2004 3:03 pm

Subject: Rainfall - Hocking County.

 

Don and group,

Total rainfall through noon today(Saturday, July 31)at my home in

northwest Hocking County was 1.51". This brings the July total to 6.58".

All but .32" of that was recorded from July 17 through July 31. Total

precipitation for the year is now 34.31".

Jim Fry

Rockbridge 4W

OWON #33

 

Date: Sat Jul 31, 2004 6:46 pm

Subject: Re: Overnight rain

 

Group:

 

Interesting to see such a wide contrast in precipitation amounts

around the state. I've received .76" in the last 24 hours and even

with that amount I'm going to be about 1.5" below normal for the

month of July.

 

Jack Sisler

Wooster 7N

Wayne County

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

 


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