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mranger48

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About mranger48

  • Birthday 12/15/1982

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    Jersey City, NJ
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  1. 1/16-17 Anafrontal/Coastal Low Snows

    Climo? It’s mid January not November. .
  2. Winter 2017-18 banter thread

    Random question but whatever happened to Pamela? Been a while .
  3. 1/16-17 Anafrontal/Coastal Low Snows

    Any input on wave2 on that last frame on the rgem. Kind of looks interesting but out of range .
  4. 1/16-17 Anafrontal/Coastal Low Snows

    How much further west can it all get pulled? .
  5. 1/16-17 Anafrontal/Coastal Low Snows

    I would say that's a decent shift. A few ticks west with that vortex crashing into pacNW and that ridge is in a better spot. I can feel PB starting to smile somewhere...
  6. Not very often where Boston area is still near 60 and nyc Metro is at or below freezing .
  7. January 2018 Model Discussion Thread

    Interesting MJO data from mike ventrice .
  8. January 2018 Model Discussion Thread

    18z Gefs trended a hair west at hr66. Once past our latitude it’s about the same spot though .
  9. January 2018 Model Discussion Thread

    Can someone explain what it means when there’s almost like a secondary max showing up on the normalized spread, to the west of the ensemble low? Does it mean there is a weighted cluster of LPs in that area? If so, why doesn’t it influence the gefs low to be plotted closer to that cluster? Or is the location of the low already influenced by that cluster? Orrrrr is that a tell tale sign the location of the low may be adjusted westward in the next run? Thanks in advance. .
  10. January 2018 Model Discussion Thread

    Too far out to be obsessed with precip but look how far up the coast this beast encompasses on the Ukie. Even back into western pa/upstate ny. Map courtesy of Allan Huffman on Twitter, where he fetched from weathermodels.com
  11. 12z GEFS for same time frame if you really insist on posting 300+ hour anomaly maps. .
  12. Not to be rude, but it would make more sense to compare and contrast the euro and gfs ENSEMBLES day by day against the norm. This would be far more valuable data to the board, as opposed to posting 1 operational run’s output daily. Idk maybe I’m crazy
  13. Good thing the moon phase will be in waxing gibbous with tidal coefficients only in the low to middle 50s (avg range). No astronomical extremes will hopefully minimize coastal flooding potential somewhat, one would think. That being said, high tide is at 4:22pm sunday. Btw...great website below regarding solunar activity, tides, tidal coefficients, etc. The selected location is Weehawken but you can change it http:// http://www.tides4fishing.com/us/new-jersey/weehawken-union-city#_solunar Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Beach erosion already evident in ocean city md today Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Thread

    Nam was meh. But the rgem really amped up rain amounts: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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