Orangeburgwx

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About Orangeburgwx

  • Birthday 10/19/1994

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KOGB
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    Orangeburg, SC
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    I have been looking at weather since I was 5, but have been studying patterns since the February 2010 snowstorm...

    Was one of Ken Aucoin's weather spotters for several years.

    There are multiple guarantees with SE snow threats: 1) NW trend applies 99.98% of the time, 2) someone will ALWAYS get screwed by the warm nose

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  1. Here have this weather porn from the 0z GFS... (Oct. 29th and Nov. 1st) Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  2. 0z GFS Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  3. Yep Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  4. Thanks Purdue Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  5. 996 at landfall via 12z EURO Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  6. We have Nestor, and it IS NOT SUBTROPICAL Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  7. That will be opening a can of worms I believe the NHC would not want to open... Ala Superstorm Sandy and every powerful hurricane going post tropical/Nor'easter... Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  8. Gotta love the difference between COD and TT... I got a tab open on both, is it possible it hits Cat 1 before landfall? Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  9. Uhhh.... Is that an eye trying to form on the WV image? Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  10. I was just 2 years old at the time, so I just looked it up, near identical look and track. Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  11. Almost looks like it has an eye there... Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  12. Per disco, look at the last sentence: "The satellite presentation of the system features an area of very deep convection with cloud tops colder than -80C within the eastern part of a rather broad and elongated surface circulation seen in visible satellite imagery and data from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft. A NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft found flight-level winds as high as 72 kt and SFMR winds of 45-50 kt southeast of the ill-defined center, and based on these data the initial intensity is set to 50 kt. The NOAA aircraft also measured a pressure of around 1001 mb. While the cyclone has deepened, the circulation is still quite elongated and not well defined, so the system is maintained as a Potential Tropical Cyclone for now." Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  13. If it is already 50kts (60mph) that will be WAY ahead of schedule and above the maximum wind speed on the NHC 5am disco (which was only 50mph...) Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  14. Almost hurricane strength flight-level winds, weak TS surface level. Winds have not mixed down yet Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk
  15. Interesting... Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk