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NutleyBlizzard

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  • Birthday 04/24/1966

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  1. Does anyone have the latest ENSO forecast graph? At the very least it looks like the Nina has peaked out.
  2. I couldn’t care less what it shows. Above normal temps coinciding with above normal snowfall is becoming the new norm. Torch away as long as I get my 40+ inches.
  3. This winter like most will come down to the NAO. There are good signs that we will have episodes of blocking which will certainly help our cause, but will it be a dominating force or just brief occurrences? Unfortunately the NAO is a very difficult feature to forecast especially in the long range.
  4. I yearn for the winters when I was a kid… pattern flip to cold around Thanksgiving followed by snow chances in December into January. Around mid month comes the dreaded week long January thaw (I like to refer it as halftime), then the 2nd half of winter rolls in with a blockbuster storm for good measure.
  5. We better hope so. A strong one and you might as well cancel winter.
  6. What made 3/5/01 so painful was the big hype of the storm. I’ll never forget the snowfall map Al Roker showing 2-3 feet for the eastern half of NJ, while the western half was 3-4 feet two days before the event! That bust forever changed TV forecasters methods when it comes to a potential major event. They have become much more conservative when it comes to predicting snowfall amounts.
  7. The outflow with Ida is textbook. Won’t be long before it’s upgraded to hurricane status if not already there.
  8. I remember seeing an interesting program on tv a couple of years back on global warming. As the earth continues to warm there will come a point where too much fresh water from the melting northern polar cap will mix into the Atlantic thus shutting down the currents and triggering an ice age in the northern half of North America that could last for hundreds of years. So you’re half right. Different cause but in the end the same result.
  9. That’s the reason why I despise the summer and relish the cold and snow of winter. Thus my avatar and name.
  10. Whether it’s wishcasting or not the radar is exploding down south. I would not be surprised to see a northward shift tomorrow.
  11. 1010 Wins calling for a general 6-10 across the area. The Met mentioned there will be a mix occurring in locations by Friday morning but that is subject to change.
  12. Don’t look at the GFS thermals. With that track it’s a big snowstorm for all taken verbatim of course.
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