If he doesn't think its going to snow again in his BY, he normally tries to bring the rest of the region down with him and when he's in winter mode but on the line, he tries to lump himself in with ORH hills like in the 3/1 event when it was pretty clear he'd get sleet bombed.
I feel pretty good about my bet...esp with the ensembles building a bit of a western ridge by 3/25...perfect for short wavelength cutoff season.
Big time torch in the meantime though.
Agreed Will ... I don't care what seasonal bias' may have played out any given year leading up to March, one is insane to preclude snow happening at all, IN a March.
That's ...absurd... to the point where I think the intent there isn't so much to say what one really believes, but to try and coax words of soothing encouragement to elixir a real resentment/frustration over having to endure sensible weather that isn't in one's particular bevvy of interest areas.
The response to those post should be, 'suck it up and do something else to fulfill your void'.
When you read a post like, "Blah blah blah since it won't snow until next year
", and have to read them on March 10th of any given year, the interpretation of all that encoded babble is really: "Please say something to make the anxiety and frustration go away; I really don't want it to be warm and beautiful and euphoric in March, I want it to snow. I want, I want, I want, I want, because we all know, that weather exists because of what I want, and since this era is proving that might not be true, it is proving more than I can bear. Please make it stop and say something to give me hope? Wah wah wah
So the correct response to "Blah blah blah since it won't snow until next year
", should really not be a lengthy discourse into the scientifically meritous reasons why it can still snow despite the current nagging hate for what the models are indicating with above median confidence. The correct response should therefore be, 'Saying it won't snow again on March 10 of any given year is not going to actually make it snow - just stop.'