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mattie g

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  1. I was adding onto your post. What I was talking about was the complaining about how the front was slowing down and taking its time to actually move through, and how that meant that any cold push would be muted by the time it reached us. But did they really show that much of a cooler look? And today's 12z GFS is showing mostly cooler than normal temps after the frontal passage on Wednesday-Thursday. I realize I'm being a little oppositional, but I'm just not sure why there's a bit of hand-wringing about this.
  2. DAILY NORMALS AND RECORDS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER FOR WASHINGTON DC DAILY TEMP NORMALS AND EXTREMES GREATEST PRECIP FOR CALENDAR DAY DY NMX NMN NPCP NS RMX /YEAR LOMX/YEAR RMN /YEAR HIMN/YEAR MXPCP YEAR MXSN YEAR 01 74 56 0.11 0.0 93 /1941+ 56 /1899 36 /1899 73 /1954 2.27 1915 02 73 56 0.10 0.0 98*/2019 52 /2011+ 33 /1899 73 /2019 1.74 1976 03 73 55 0.11 0.0 92 /1879 53 /2011+ 35 /1899 73 /2019 1.92 1927 04 72 55 0.11 0.0 94 /1954 56 /1998 34 /1974 74 /1941+ 3.98*1877 05 72 55 0.11 0.0 96 /1941 53 /1948 37 /1935 74 /1898 2.53 1932 T 1892 06 72 54 0.11 0.0 93 /1941 45 /1935 35 /1881 72 /1941 1.47 1957 07 71 54 0.11 0.0 95 /1941 50 /1889 34 /1917 71 /2018+ 3.63 2005 08 71 53 0.11 0.0 91 /2007 54 /1910+ 36 /1964+ 75*/2017 3.67 2005 09 71 53 0.12 0.0 94 /2007 48 /1917 34 /1889 74 /2017 1.02 1977 10 70 53 0.11 0.0 92 /1939 46 /1925 30 /1895 73 /2018 2.15 1971 0.3 1979
  3. And now the front is progged to push through without an issue, then a reinforcing shot of cool air showing up for Monday. I really wish people wouldn't make definitive statements on weather a week out.
  4. Definitely seeing color in the very tips of the earliest-changing trees. I’m never in any rush to lose leaves, so they can take their sweet time getting there, but it would be great to finally have a nice foliage season again.
  5. Surprisingly none to be found. Not sure if some of the weaker limbs got taken out by prior storms or what, but I’m shocked that there weren’t at least medium-sized limbs strewn about. Certainly small limbs, but nothing of note.
  6. We always seem to finish with some back-side development with lows off the coast. Despite the fact that we generally suck at winter, we often see light snow stick around over our area as lows pull away, and we've certainly seen the same with coastal-type lows in the "rainy season."
  7. Local CoCoRaHs reported 1.60" from yesterday. Makes a lot of sense compared to the radar estimates of 0.80", which were obviously too low just based on how hard it rained for some of the time. Again...the wind was really impressive and it was a lot more consistent than most of your standard thunderstorms.
  8. People never learn that long-range looks are volatile as hell and can't be taken verbatim. That said...bring on that 06z GFS look!
  9. Man...blew up just to your west.
  10. We're just on the edge of that cell here in Burke. Absolutely pissing down from time to time, then it eases up, but as I mentioned above the winds are pretty impressive. Definitely going to be taking a long walk through the neighborhood a little later.
  11. Biggest winds I've seen...maybe all summer
  12. And one month (March) of winter. But this happens every freaking year. Like clockwork.
  13. Just flip the blues to reds and vice versa and we're all good!
  14. It'll probably be here at some point, though it was first found in Jersey in 2018. F those things though. If anyone sees them or their nymphs, "devitalize" them immediately and report it.
  15. B got into Peppa when she was 3 or so. We had literally every episode of every season DVRed. When we cut the cord from DirecTV, she had started to show less interest, but the wife and I actually felt a little overcome with emption when we said goodbye to them. Of course, we can now watch all of them via streaming services, so it's no big deal, and little H has watched very episode 25 times.
  16. Don’t mind me. I’m just here for the Bragg scattering and anomalous propagation discussion…
  17. I feel blessed that we’ve never been subjected to Caillou. B tried watching g once and she turned it off. H has never given it a shot. Peppa has been one constant in our lives and we love it…but H is starting to age out of The Pig (especially with so many other options available), which makes us kinda sad!
  18. The soundtrack of the last 5-6 years of my life.
  19. I saw this and immediately thought of:
  20. We need the AO/NAO region to tap that ACE.
  21. Come on…you should know better than to assume that hitting 90 in mid-September is anything new.
  22. 18z NAM and the 19z HRRR aren’t enthused. Would like some of what LWX is discussing.
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