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BIG FROSTY

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About BIG FROSTY

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  • Birthday 10/28/1966

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    KMWK
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    DownSlope City,(Siloam) NC Elev. 1100'
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    Church,Weather, Hunting, Fishing, Golfing

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  1. BIG FROSTY

    2019/2020 Mountains and Foothills Fall/Winter Thread.

    It's never to early to talk COLD/SNOW! I'm so ready for it, but not liking the winter forecasts I've seen so far, But they are just a guess. But I like reading them and when it looks promising it gives you hope! BTW Top out at 96.4 here in the N.Foothills today, Just simply ugly weather........................
  2. BIG FROSTY

    Looking Ahead to Fall and Winter

    I say you can save this, and post it ever year and you will be right 90-95% of the time!
  3. BIG FROSTY

    July 2019 OBS

    Currently 93 with a Heat Index of 106 in frying frosty land! Boy am I looking forward to fall and WINTER............................. Did finally get a ThunderBuster last evening worth 0.90"
  4. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    It's been a winner of a season bud!!! Don't ya just love living in the SE when ( you love winter weather)!
  5. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Exactly what I text a friend this morning!!!
  6. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    WINTER CANCEL.
  7. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Yes, I definitely agree with that, just need to see some support from a model other than FV3. I think there is a real possibility for some Ice to show up in the CAD areas before 15th and it may get real interesting sometime after the 15th. Like you said if those highs verify?!!
  8. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    That model is Atrocious!! It shows snow behind just about every cold front that comes through, how many times does that happen...............................
  9. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    No doubt Mack is in the right spot! [emoji3061] .
  10. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Say it ain’t so! I read somewhere a couple days ago that JB was going to have a historic bust this winter?!! [emoji3061]
  11. BIG FROSTY

    Post Arctic front snow Tuesday, Jan 29

    I'll put my coins on the NAMster! It looks perfect for this set up....................
  12. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Well, I guess it's time to take a break from this cold & snowy winter! #uglyasitgets
  13. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Larry Cosgrove tonight! The 64 million dollar question that commodities traders and weather enthusiasts are asking: will the bitter cold return after the expected warming trend. The short answer is an easy one: YES. But the more complicated issue is how that transformation happens, and who can expect to be afflicted by another Arctic intrusion. More to the point, where will important snowfall occur? The El Nino episode is weakening, particularly along the eastern sectors (the 3.4 and 4 divisions are more or less stable, adding to a Modoki appearance to this ENSO signature). That would lead one to believe that the current big "Arctic blast" is not a one-shot deal, particularly since national temperatures have been cooling since the middle of January. With warmer than normal profiles in the Gulf of Alaska and along the West Coast, the stage should be set for more -EPO type ridging. The Madden-Julian Oscillation is strong and predicted to cover more of the Phase 8 position in the equatorial waters of the Pacific Basin. So any connection with the polar westerlies might enhance amplification of the jet stream. Lastly we check the numerical models, which are finally emerging from some late-week chaos to exhibit a cold West vs. warm East alignment at the start of the 11 - 15 day period. That configuration slowly changes to a more central North America trough and finally, to extensive blocking signatures across the West Coast, Alaska, northern Canada and Greenland. That type of 500MB flow got us to where we are now, and both the CFS and ECMWF model output agree on this rather ominous outlook to last through the rest of February. This particular set-up is very favorable for widespread ice and snow well into the Deep South, as well as frozen precipitation maxima in the Corn Belt and Mid-Atlantic states. The western 1/3 of the country, meanwhile trends warmer and drier. The pattern looks to continue through the first week of March, before a general collapse into a split flow occurs in the second week towards St. Patrick's Day. That will likely translate to a warmer third month, with plentiful rain and thunderstorms for .
  14. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    Yes I did. .
  15. BIG FROSTY

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2019

    That should bring a wet and mild pattern!!!
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