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  • Birthday 09/14/1991

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  1. February Mid/Long Range Discussion 2

    Your disagreement isn't particularly useful without some sort of explanation or details. Not trying to be mean - but if you're going to reply with "I disagree" and provide no other insight...you might be better off not posting it at all.
  2. PD3.5 Lite Obs and Nowcasting

    What did we ever do before dual-pol radar came into existence. It's lovely.
  3. PD3.5 Lite Obs and Nowcasting

    Love an LWX catch up situation. Looking very wintry out there. Just took a look at some of the county traffic cameras - looking nice!
  4. PD3.5 Lite Obs and Nowcasting

    Fell asleep for the last hour or so - just looked outside and the street is covered and still coming down here just north of Silver Spring proper.
  5. Weekend Snowfest/Rainfest/Mixed Mess?

    I agree with Ji. This is not a freezing rain type storm - especially with warm conditions leading into it. Would say probably snow/sleet or plain rain.
  6. No mention from SPC - which is usually a good sign we're primed for EF-5 tornadoes.
  7. There was discussion in the Mid-LR thread earlier about La Nina years and severe seasons. Figure that can go in here - so bumping the thread for reference.
  8. February Mid/Long Range Discussion

    Come to our severe weather thread
  9. January Med/Long Range Disco Part 2

    Man that is ugly (map Bob posted) low tracks right over us. Generally not a good thing
  10. Potential Pacific tsunami

    Username checks out. You'd know
  11. Some heavier showers to the north in Carroll - that looks like the only show in town right now.
  12. Potential Pacific tsunami

    It sounds like this was not a subduction event/a plate flinging upward. Instead it sounds like it was a slipping plate horizontally. At least from what I've seen on Twitter.
  13. This 100%. I'm just happy to even get a mention in the SPC outlook in January (on day 2 no less). I haven't even started to look at potential analogs for our severe season yet. Hopefully Ian chimes in with some encouraging odds for out Mid-Atlantic wedge risk.
  14. And remember - these things like to be a bit earlier than expected...so timing probably isn't great for max threat.
  15. GFS for 15z tomorrow - supercell composite parameter. Indicative of at least a little instability and some shear. SPC thinks there's a chance for a couple instances of damaging winds despite the overall tempered threat. It's all we have to track for now...