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MetHerb

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  • Birthday 12/19/1968

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  1. MetHerb

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    I've seen the same amount up here. I even picked one up on one of my game cams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogJNifqz1oI&t=283s
  2. MetHerb

    June 2019 Discussion

    40° for the low here. I was hoping to squeeze out a 39° but it was not to be. Glad to see that there were lots of 30s around though. Great sleeping weather!
  3. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    We did? Even the tarmac at BDL didn't hit it. My warmest day that month was 70°.
  4. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    No, but I could have...lol
  5. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    I think it was 1-2" but we're splitting hairs. That's still more than 0.5". That grass was pretty thick. At the rest area there were people making snowmen pretty easily so definitely more than and inch from what I could see. My point was that the official reports weren't reflective of ground observations. Besides, it was neat to see on Mothers Day! lol...still better than 0".
  6. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    Yesterday I drove through the Berkshires on I-90 and there was several inches of snow at the peak, particularly just east of the I-90 high point. I'm surprised the reports only show 0.5". https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=NWS&issuedby=ALY&product=PNS&format=CI&version=1&glossary=1&highlight=off
  7. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    How about this one?
  8. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    lol...it looks like a camera from the 50s. Television was in it's infancy in the 30s. edit - it's an RCA TK-11 from 1952.
  9. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    I remember when I was at Lyndon seeing snow in the evergreens like that at the end of the spring semester. I thought it was great to hold onto natural snow into May.
  10. MetHerb

    May 2019 Discussion

    I thought those trees had full leaves on them?
  11. MetHerb

    April 2019 Discussion II

    No QPF issues either...
  12. MetHerb

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Yep...I would like 45 though. 55 is good but why not drier so you can really enjoy outdoor activities? Seems like "we" go through this every summer. It's a delusion that people have and they think that everyone thinks like they do. When someone doesn't agree, they are just denying what they really like. Oh well...
  13. MetHerb

    April 2019 Discussion II

    That's leaf out. How about full leaf out? Sure leaves come out in the spring but you refer to it as full leaf out as if the full leaf is out when it's still barely out.
  14. MetHerb

    April 2019 Discussion II

    That's your definition. No one else goes based on that. Full leaf out to most people means that the complete leaf is out, not the juvenile version of it. Did you refer to your kids as adults when they were born?
  15. MetHerb

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Yeah, the 1955 floods have nothing on that one. https://www.weather.gov/nerfc/hf_august_1955 https://www.usgs.gov/centers/dakota-water/science/red-river-basin-flooding?qt-science_center_objects=0#qt-science_center_objects Take a look at the CFM flows between the two. Perhaps in terms of annual floods but I think that some of our worst events rank up there with some of the biggest floods in the U.S. Here's an independent listing of the top 30 floods in the country and 5 of the 30 are floods that happened here: https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/economy/2018/07/24/worst-floods-in-american-history/37070093/
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