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IUsedToHateCold

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  1. That's a nice hit for the Euro. I'm starting to believe this might actually happen. Probably a mistake.
  2. Winds starting to pick up here too
  3. Haha I lived in Greenville, NC for several years (2003-2008). Climate isn't good there, but you know what? I want to say they may have had more snow than me in the past couple of years. It's been pretty freakin' awful. Last winter I watched sleetstorm after sleetstorm and the winter before that was only a couple small events.
  4. GFS gives me cold rain and pity flakes, which is about what I expect out of this storm
  5. And so begins the parade of 300+ hour GFS fantasy maps. Remember folks - the snow is always two weeks away!
  6. In terms of sea ice this year is a lot like 2010. It's also like 2010 in terms of IOD, La Nina, relatively similar SST anomalies.
  7. BWI: 14" DCA: 11.5" IAD: 17" RIC: 6" SBY: 4.5" My yard: 12.5"
  8. Forecast says becoming sunny, but I have 45 and rain.
  9. You currently have snow if you live in Kazakstan. One could hope that the cold in Russia will come over to the other side of the globe by winter.
  10. Fall? What is that season anyways? Temp doesn't go below 60 in next week.
  11. So I've read this thread every year for 7 or 8 years now. I've come to conclude that the upcoming winter will be:
  12. Tonight might be my first sub-50 degree night this season. I haven't tracked it super closely, but I don't think we've gone below 50 yet here.
  13. Sun peaking out here in Bowie, starting to believe in the TOR threat.
  14. I am a noob at this, but I have been following the sea ice extent for a couple of years now. I wonder if smoke from all the fires this year is helping to block some sunlight and are having a cooling effect, leading to less decline in sea ice extent. Not sure if there is anything scientific to that, but it would make sense?
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