Note 16181

Date/Time From:2020-09-18 @ 1659
Date/Time To:2020-09-18 @ 1915
Time Entered:2020-09-18 17:08:24
Time Updated:2020-09-18 21:19:01
Time Uploaded:2020-09-18 21:19:02
Note:(wc) Winds have decreased after being unfavorably strong for much of the afternoon, with few boiling episodes noted. Interesting was that these boiling episodes were primarily at SE rim, with little involvement of the N rim. 1659 strong, bubble shower-like N rim boils covering the NW quadrant of the pool and some of the SW and NE quadrants, enough to make my heart go racing and to have noticeable shaking due to adrenaline rush. Of lesser magnitude 1703. More focused N rim boils 1719, height 1-2 feet. Of same size but short-lived 1724. N rim to center 1725, 1727. N rim 1729. Weak N rim 1736. NE rim 1741. Center pool 1744. SE steamy overflow becoming very noticeable. N rim weak 1747. Big NE rim 1749. [break]. Winds increased inbetween 1754 and 1808. N & NE rim 1821, weak. Pool appears to still be hot and overflowing copiously at the SE rim as of 1915, but haven't seen any boiling episodes since 1821. Wouldn't be surprised in the sense of unexpectedness if it goes tomorrow morning, if not overnight should it maintain status quo.

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