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  2. Jebman

    April Banter 2019

    I did enjoy a good jebwalk in the sleet this past winter. It was hard to walk because I was sliding on all the large ice pellets LMAO. I tried to dance, damn near fell on my @ss!
  3. Jackstraw

    April 2019 Discussion

    It's the hot dense exhaust gasses from Jet engines traversing the -30 degree air in the stratosphere. Kinda like taxi cab tail pipes in NYC in Jan.
  4. bowtie`

    Clouds - 2019

    Tonight was a race with a boundary heading just south of me. Ended up being a decent color night. Pre sunset with a nice bronze color... Post sunset with the beginning of the red flash... After a frantic lens change to the 16-35mm, the last of the red...
  5. HIPPYVALLEY

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Everybody was out enjoying the weather today. This was out behind my house, I counted 5 in total which seems high so I assume it was a mama, yearling and 3 cubs because I would think 4 cubs is very rare and I doubt the 5th was dad.
  6. George BM

    April Banter 2019

    I don't know. That sounds like quite a bit of fun to me... perfect Jebwalking conditions. Have you taken any epic Jebwalks down there yet?
  7. BrandonC_TX

    Severe weather event for April 24-25

    And a severe thunderstorm warning in Tarrant County as well. I'm starting to hear the rain pick up here on the west side of Fort Worth, but the winds don't seem too strong right now. Storm is warned for 65 mph wind gusts.
  8. Jebman

    April Discobs 2019

    You know whats scary as all hell down here in central TX? Thunderstorms with 75 dBz returns. Hail from these kinds of storms can be HUGE. I want rain, but I dont want 4 inch hail and wind gusts to 90 mph. Some may think I am a sicko that needs severe help stat, but what I CRAVE, is a Cat 5 hurricane that levels Corpus Christi then stalls out over south central Texas and dumps about five feet of rain in Buda kind of like Harvey did over Houston a couple of years ago. I adore severe floods. I also happen to live on a low 80 foot ridge down here heh.
  9. cheese007

    Severe weather event for April 24-25

    Severe tstorm watch for parts of DFW
  10. Wmsptwx

    Major Hurricane Florence: STORM MODE THREAD

    Was no Sandy for sure.....
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  12. Chicago Storm

    Fall/Winter 2018-19 Complaint/Banter Thread

    Nice Spring we have ongoing here.
  13. You most definitely caught the core then. I sat out on the back porch and enjoyed the nice little show. More action with this one here then any on the headline days these past couple weeks. Figures there was only a 20% chance this morning. . Pro
  14. Pea sized hail in midtown HBG
  15. powderfreak

    April 2019 Discussion II

    MWN Auto Road getting cleared via their FB page...Spring-time vibes with a groomer is cutting roads through the snowpack. Acknowledging the end of significant mountain snow season is moving past us.
  16. Nice little light show from this . Pro
  17. H2Otown_WX

    April 2019 Discussion

    Illuminati?
  18. NegativeEPO

    April 2019 Discussion

    It's not global warming though (at least not entirely), I'm starting to think it might be something else.
  19. nwohweather

    April 2019 Discussion

    Easy there we don’t need a global warming debate
  20. NegativeEPO

    Fall/Winter 2018-19 Complaint/Banter Thread

    Our last decent Spring/Summer was all the way back in 2012. Pretty sad if you think about it.
  21. raindancewx

    2019 ENSO

    If the monthly figure in Nino 3.4 is above 28.52C - entirely possible as the monthly data is different than the weeklies - that's one of five warmest readings since 1950.
  22. NegativeEPO

    April 2019 Discussion

    Having a snowstorm in late April at this latitude isn't normal, whether you like snow or not. Having a strong, bowling ball system traversing the mid latitudes this time of the year is NOT normal. I'm just very concerned about the future of our climate, that's all. Something is messing up the weather patterns across the globe, and I have an idea on what it might be. I believe it to be man-made, however, which is very disconcerting.
  23. H2Otown_WX

    April 2019 Discussion

    Man, Euro looks snowy for Saturday. Glad I'm off. Funny thing is my boss put the snow boards away so I think it's basically a lock.
  24. donsutherland1

    April 2019 General Discussions & Observations Thread

    The ENSO Region 1+2 anomaly was 0.1°C and the Region 3.4 anomaly was +0.8°C for the week centered around April 17. For the past six weeks, the ENSO Region 1+2 anomaly has averaged +0.15°C and the ENSO Region 3.4 anomaly has averaged +0.95°C. Conditions consistent with El Niño should persist into the first week in May in Region 3.4. The SOI was +0.36 today. Today's preliminary value of the Arctic Oscillation (AO) was +1.622. The implied probability of a warmer than normal April is currently 98%. There is also an implied 72% probability that April 2019 will wind up among the 10 warmest April cases on record and 52% probability that it will wind up among the 5 warmest April cases on record. The 5 Warmest April Mean Temperatures were as follows: 1. 57.9°, 2010 2. 56.9°, 1941 3. 56.2°, 1981 4. 56.1°, 1921, 2002 5. 55.9°, 1969  On April 22, the MJO was in Phase 2 at an amplitude of 2.080 (RMM). The amplitude sharply higher than the April 21-adjusted figure of 1.313. Since 1974, there were four cases when the MJO reached an amplitude of 1.750 or above during Phase 2 during the April 20-30 period. The mean May 1-10 temperature was 58.8° vs. the 1981-2018 average of 60.2°. 75% of those cases were cooler than the 1981-2018 average. However, during May cases when the ENSO Region 3.4 anomaly was +0.50°C or above for the month, the May 1-10 temperature averaged 60.8°. Therefore, it is likely that the first 10 days of May will probably wind up with a mean temperature of 59.2°-61.2°.
  25. Severe storm about 30- 40 Miles north of mby in Pa . I didn't think anything was in the cards tonight anywhere
  26. CheeselandSkies

    April 2019 Discussion

    Perhaps this is better suited for banter/complaint, but these last few days of 70s (with strong thunderstorms yesterday evening!) during the day and upper 40s to 50s at night have felt awesome. The grass has greened up nicely, the crocuses are coming up, and the tree buds are really popping. So all I gotta say is... ...it better not ****-ing snow again.
  27. WesterlyWx

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Looks to be close but I think this thing is gonna be just too far west. I think anything more substantial than scattered wet flakes will be found over S Ontario and Lower Michigan.
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