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  1. Saw green flashes in Canton around 10:20pm. Not sure if something touched down nearby, but the winds got intense for a minute there.
  2. One of the few EF5 tornadoes that have struck Michigan happened on April 3rd, 1956 in Hudsonville.
  3. DTX is the dude hitting the pipe while the other two offices go at it.
  4. Was pleasantly surprised with the amount of snow we had in Southborough over the weekend, despite the changeover to rain! Heading back to Michigan now to hopefully some good snows.
  5. Oceans absorb excess carbon dioxide, which disrupts the chemical equilibrium and leads to acidification. The Permian-Triassic extinction event of 250 million years ago, in which 90% of all life on land and in the sea perished, was a result of ocean acidification. There’s already a higher concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere than the Earth has seen in 4 million years, and it’s shot up drastically in the past 50 years and it’s still increasing. Case closed. That’s all I’m going to say on the matter.
  6. Ah, I see your understanding of how metaphors work is just as comprehensive as your understanding of science.
  7. Yes, adding billions of tons of man-made gasses into the atmosphere per year and gradually changing the composition and viscosity of where our weather forms has no impact. The sun is the only thing that matters! You can safely add a couple teaspoons of bleach to the glass of water you drink and it’ll be fine, because all that water originates from the faucet that you’ve been safely and reliably drinking from for years. And thank God we have the plucky band of oil tycoons funding Fox News hosts to expose the malicious claims made by thousands of worldwide climatologists. I mean, clearly these climatologists got into the field not for their passion, but for the 5-digit incomes that leads them to a life of extravagant middle class luxury. Oil tycoons on the other hand lead a very modest and simple life off of the millions and billions they make, so it’s not like they’ve got a vast amount of wealth to potentially lose. And it’s just sheer coincidence that 3 times as many record high temperatures are broken per year than record cold temperatures, or that 10% of all weather stations, the vast majority of which are over 100 years old, in the U.S. had their all-time record temperatures broken in 2021. Nope. Definitely a socialist conspiracy.
  8. Good. Monday’s snow melted way too fast because of the sun angle.
  9. Damn, that’s impressive! How does that amount of liquid compare with previous years?
  10. Remind me to introduce you to my friend Reality sometime.
  11. We've been getting 100-year floods more frequently and winter storms have also gone up in precipitable values. Statistically speaking, probably no longer once-a-125-year event.
  12. The GFS performed terribly with the Boston blizzard. Too far SE and too dry.
  13. Yeah it seems a lot of places will probably start off as rain/mixed. Like my grandmother used to say, sometimes you have to sniff the taint to get the goods.
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