mattie g

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    Burke, VA - On top of Pohick Mountain at 325' and I'm usually 0.01F cooler than my surrounds!!

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  1. More options to track the suck.
  2. I’m so tired of seeing the “We don’t do [INSERT EXCUSE] well” posts.
  3. Those pictures are from DC proper, which is absolutely a different beast altogether. That warm stretch we had resulted in some things popping.
  4. I was watching that run unfold, and all I could think was: What in the everloving f**k?
  5. Fair enough - I absolutely cede to your recollection of events. That was a long time ago, and I was living in DC or Arlington during that time, so those events may have been a little less impressive in those areas. I’d love to see us returning to getting clippers here and there, if only to allow us to track some shorter-term surprises rather than relying solely on the longer range and it’s associated up-and-down mood swings.
  6. Nah. Give me boring sun and 50 over cold, driving rain, especially at this point. It’s not like we’re in November and rooting for a train of coastals to signal events to come in the colder months. We’ll be in February soon - it’s getting a little late.
  7. I remember them as a kid in South Jersey, but I've been in DC for 20 years now, and while I can't claim to have the encyclopedic knowledge of events that others have, I can't specifically recall more than a couple clippers in all the time I've been here. That's frankly preposterous.
  8. The densest posters live in the highest concentration population areas?
  9. Lookin’ solid. Let’s do a little sleet, an hour of freezing drizzle, then dry slot at 34 degrees.
  10. Honestly... who cares? Totally different climate, FFS. Might as well be Mars.
  11. Is it more of an issue now than it used to be because of the sheer volume of the stuff they use nowadays, or is it because of the chemical composition? Or maybe both?