Note 13633

Date/Time From:2019-09-08 @ 2318
Date/Time To:2019-09-08 @ 2330
Observer:YVO Steamboat Logger
Time Entered:2019-09-09 08:20:49
Time Updated:2019-09-10 08:03:21
Time Uploaded:2019-09-10 08:03:21
Note:Spike reaching 59.5°C/139.1°F at its highest @ 2322:38 E occurred between these times, with @ 2318:38 E 41.9°C/~107.2°F (spike ~start) and @ 2330:38 E 41.2°C/~106.2°F (spike ~end). Probably a 'silver bullet' at that time or a set of closely-spaced minors. Rough average between 2200:38 E and 0100:38 E was 35°C/95°F, excluding the spike.

According to Aaron, Casey, and Doug Yates, there was a single strong minor at 2323. Since it was during a period of rain it was difficult to tell how tall it was but it was but they saw NV vertical and SV was sustained. They did not think it was any stronger than the 1159 event on 9/9, however.
Entrant: Tara
Time Entered:2019-09-11 00:13:10
Time Uploaded:2019-09-11 00:13:17
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