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Saturday morning’s balloon launch at the National Weather Service office in Sterling, Va., recorded a measurement of precipitable water (how much water content is in the atmosphere) of 0.17 inches.
And the deeper air mass feeding into this pipe was incredibly moist, with precipitable water values (PWV) — how much rain would fall in a 1-meter-square column, measured from the ground to the top of the atmosphere — in the 2.5-to-2.8 inch range.
The HRRR model projects precipitable water, a measure of atmospheric moisture, to exceed two inches in some areas, which is very high.
Amounts of the atmospheric parameter known as precipitable water will be higher than normal (for this time of year) tonight thanks to an abundance of moisture in place over the Mid-Atlantic.
Meteorology behind tonight’s potential heavy downpours: Amounts of the atmospheric parameter known as precipitable water will be higher than normal (for this time of year)
Remarkably high precipitable water values remain over Alabama…
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