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  1. rclab

    March, 2019

    I recall reading a speculative article in the pre digital world of over 50 years ago that stated, if the prevailing winds were from the east, considering the Gulf Stream, palm trees could survive the winter at our coastal latitude. Well speculation is fun, sometimes, ignorance is bliss and I did like that last mid century musical, The Most Happy Fella”. Probably, as a result of today’s reality, “Standing on the corner watching all the (persons) go by” might not work as well. As always ...
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    March, 2019

    Age is one of my best majors. I’ve just about run out of credits. As always ....
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    Meteorological Winter 2018 Banter

    Actually it depends on whose bed your in. As always ......
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    Meteorological Winter 2018 Banter

    Reminds me of the classic, who did it, game Clue. “It was Weathernerd2000 on S19’s street with a bag of snowmelt”. As always ...
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    March, 2019

    Sure, S19 is probably coordinating the betting. As always ....
  6. If there is a UFO sighting in South Brooklyn today, it’s probably my, still airborne, garbage pail cover. As always .......
  7. rclab

    March, 2019

    Growing up in 1950’s Brooklyn, rooting for “Dem Bums” our rallying cry was “Wait til next year”. As that’s nine months off, my only question for March is .... how long will it take our 2018/19 winter lion to finally out himself as a fully committed lamb? As always ....
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    Meteorological Winter 2018 Banter

    Actually a super moon is what this winter has done to us. As always ....
  9. New contest: Pick an alternate name for Snowman 19. I sorta like the one he has. As always ....
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    Meteorological Winter 2018 Banter

    After this winter I’m giving up salt. As always ....
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    February 11 -12 Winter Storm Threat

    I humbly request I.R.17 to publish the first forum salt accumulation maps for the coming events. As always ......
  12. Unc., now that’s I story I would love to hear. Times certainly were different. As always ...
  13. Wow. Now that’s frightening. At least the row houses are tilted towards the isolated back space and unless it’s you going over with the snow it’s generally harmless.
  14. I was born 8 months before the late Dec. 1947 storm. Like you, Unc, I’ve seen it all, boom to bust. Delivered mail in a raging blizzard. Nearly got blown of a row house roof trying to clear it after another snow deluge and of course have admired early spring flowers blooming in late January and February. I wonder now, with the changes in the atmosphere, how my experiences will end. As always ....