Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About cut

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location:
    Trumbull, CT.
  • Interests
    Music, Film, Skiing

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. cut

    Major Hurricane Michael

    I hope someone is capturing Brett's feed - this is crazy.
  2. cut

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Adair's dot dissapeard but I sill have feed open - car is floating I think
  3. cut

    Major Hurricane Michael

  4. cut

    Major Hurricane Michael

    I think Brett abandoned car and fled into that house next to car.
  5. cut

    Major Hurricane Michael

    I have Brett's feed open - they are in BIG trouble.
  6. cut

    Major Hurricane Michael

    I just heard him say there is a bridge that is closed and he is turning around - not good, unless I (hopefully) mis heard him.
  7. This is Trumbull Well apparently the ability to upload doesn't work currently - let's just say epic.
  8. When those colder cloud taps finish wrapping around its game on for an uptick. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/sat/satlooper.php?region=06L&product=ir
  9. Disagree - the last few frames show nice tall convection on the west side making it around the eye a fair bit. First tall convection in hours.
  10. Water temp down 2 degrees in 24 hours.
  11. I grew up in Easton and it is 'on the coast' .... kind of. It is in the 'North of the Parkway' zone though that usually notates where the coastal forecasts end and the inland forecast begins. Altitude is also a factor there. I grew up across the street from Fairfield - by the golf course - and went to high school in Redding. I remember one day that I woke up to rain and a bit of white rain mixing in so I got ready for school seeing nothing but wet ground. I get in the car - go up 58 into Redding and when I get to the CT. Golf Club it is all snow and there was like 8 inches. I continue on to Barlow just another mile or two up the hill and there is like a foot on the ground and it's a blizzard and I almost got stuck. In that storm north parts of Easton wound up with almost a foot while down by my house we got a coating. Altitude in SW CT is pretty variable - Stamford itself could be considered to have a 'coastal' forecast as well as an 'inland' forecast.
  12. Back to snow - I promise you it was rain - all be it very light. The flakes are different in size so maybe some better action incoming into the Stamford area.
  13. rain in Stamford - didn't see that coming.
  14. Snowing in Trumbull CT with DP of 18