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Batten down the hatches tomorrow

Matt Noyes of NECN has been posting updates on what he considers to be the setup for the biggest round of thunderstorms of the year (even bigger than the last two macro-squalls) and potentially the biggest setup that New England could even foreseeably get in general.

He posted a more technical discussion last night on his personal website.

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So we're looking at a mega-giganto-macro-burst, right? HyperWeather on the 10s!

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Al Gore sure is fat.

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That earthquake was JUST the beginning.

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Matt Noyes posts his latest thoughts and analysis on today's weather event:

Due to the rapid speed of these storms, it's imperative that the meteorological community prepare the public to be ready to take shelter immediately upon hearing thunder, and keeping an eye to the western horizon. We don't often see such fast moving storms here in New England, and this will be a defining characteristic. Regardless of damage done, my concern is that we have folks understanding "dark sky" to storm on top of you may be a very short period of time Thursday afternoon.

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