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Weather Go Boom

TS Isaías is rolling along the US east coast as I type this, and it has made its presence felt up here in Southeastern Pennsylvania. My weather station has been tracking its arrival since last night. This is what it has recorded as of 10:45 AM EDT: a noticeable drop in temperature when it should show a steady rise, air pressure dropping off a cliff, and a steady northeasterly wind that hints at our location relative to the storm per the right-arm rule (facing the wind, the right arm points towards the storm).

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Graphic: Weather Underground
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I expect the lines to get a lot more squiggly as the day goes by.

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