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LibertyBell

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  • Birthday September 15

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    Oceanside, NY and Allentown, PA

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  1. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    I remember back when I used to sleep with a blanket in late September/early October nearly every year....now more often than not it's with the A/C on. Basically we had 40s for lows in late September almost every year and lows in the upper 30s in early October and highs in the low 50s for at least a day or two.
  2. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    Yum, maybe the sentient ones are cannibals and wont blame us for eating them then lol.
  3. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    lmao! I almost fell off my chair lol. I only said that to him because he said "righteous" haha
  4. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    Yes, they will want to get back at us for putting them on our pizzas, getting high off of them and who knows what else....
  5. hmm I wonder why...... I know we've been talking about some of our bigger storms occurring later in the season than before.
  6. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    At this rate they'll be replacing us and building their own cities (or just taking over our own.)
  7. This is interesting because usually in El Nino's seasons usually end early and this one actually seems to be getting busier later in the season.
  8. Oh that sucks, oh well at least the 90s are done and with the shorter days 80 doesn't feel so bad lol.
  9. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    Cowabunga, Dude! Is that SNE or is that Huntington Beach lol?
  10. It was an astonishing 77/77/100% around noon, I wonder if the dew point has ever been this high this late in the year before? https://classic.wunderground.com/history/daily/us/ny/new-york-jfk/KJFK/date/2018-9-18 Now it feels better, it's gotten less humid and the temps have dropped from a high of 80 to the low 70s since the winds switched to the north but it's still raining pretty hard.
  11. hmmm I heard there were hints of a big pattern change come next Wednesday.
  12. It was bright and sunny and then started to pour within seconds. This sometimes happens in the winter too, but with snow and the passage of an arctic front.
  13. LibertyBell

    Meteorological Fall 2018 Banter

    That was a very weird and interesting winter and spring we had, from 80 degrees in February to noreaster after noreaster in March and a snowstorm in early April. That snowstorm in early April is something that seems to be more common before the development of an El Nino for the following season. And after that cold and stormy April we went right into a summery pattern in May.
  14. I agree, some people need to look up their definitions of what a noreaster is and when it can occur. We've had some in the summer also. Nor'easters are most often associated with strong winter storms crawling up the Northeast coast, but snow isn't a requirement for such a storm. These storms are most frequent and strongest between September and April, but can occur any time of the year.Mar 1, 2018 What is a Nor'easter?
  15. Chris, do you think today is the last one or could we see more of these this month/year? It seems to be rather easy to get 75+ dew points this year, much harder to get 90 degree highs, but if you look at climatology and past history, 75+ dew points should be more difficult to get than 90 degree highs here! Fall begins Saturday night at 9:54PM EDT but day and night dont become equal until 4 days later, on the 26th.
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