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OSUmetstud

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About OSUmetstud

  • Birthday 04/21/1985

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  • Location:
    St. John's, NL, Canada

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  1. OSUmetstud

    Hurricane Barry

    She didn't say that, man. Many people immediately think: "BAD STORM---EVACUATE EVERYBODY!" This is evidence to say that its everything is not so black and white. She never said evacuation was a mistake. PSSST. If you are bashing evacuation decision-making, you might want to make sure you have a clear understanding of what goes into it (resources/timing/capabilities). Did you know? More people died in Rita from evacuations than the storm itself? https://journal.chestnet.org/article/S0012-3692(16)51609-2/abstract …
  2. OSUmetstud

    Hurricane Barry

    She's an emergency management planner. What are you credentials? The only point I see being made is that the decision and the evacuation process is far more complicated than people might realize.
  3. OSUmetstud

    Hurricane Barry

    Looks fairly broad and still mostly a trough at the moment. Well see what the other leg says.
  4. OSUmetstud

    Hurricane Barry

    The obsession about the nam and hurricanes for like 15 years running has never ceased to amaze me. Its trash. How many times does it have to be said?
  5. OSUmetstud

    Hurricane Barry

    New UKMET is still pretty far west. 1200UTC 11.07.2019 24 27.8N 89.6W 1006 33 0000UTC 12.07.2019 36 27.5N 90.7W 997 41 1200UTC 12.07.2019 48 27.2N 92.6W 987 63 0000UTC 13.07.2019 60 27.5N 94.0W 972 72 1200UTC 13.07.2019 72 28.4N 95.2W 947 88 0000UTC 14.07.2019 84 29.7N 96.3W 965 52 1200UTC 14.07.2019 96 31.3N 97.3W 976 47 0000UTC 15.07.2019 108 32.7N 99.0W 984 37 1200UTC 15.07.2019 120 33.9N 100.1W 993 34 0000UTC 16.07.2019 132 35.2N 101.3W 997 30 1200UTC 16.07.2019 144 36.9N 101.0W 997
  6. OSUmetstud

    Hurricane Barry

    ftp://ftp.nhc.noaa.gov/atcf/stext
  7. OSUmetstud

    June 2019 Discussion

    May was our coldest since 1974. This -NAO thermohaline slowdown thing means business. I was on a boat tour yesterday with temps in the mid 40s yesterday. Frigid.
  8. OSUmetstud

    June 2019 Discussion

    Opposite situation actually lol.
  9. OSUmetstud

    May 2019 Discussion

  10. OSUmetstud

    May 2019 Discussion

    We had a bit of freezing drizzle early this morning. This month has been brutal.
  11. OSUmetstud

    May 2019 Discussion

    Random question. Do you guys know of any online sources of operational wrf hailcast data? Im specifically looking for maximum hail size info.
  12. OSUmetstud

    April 2019 Discussion II

    Yeah snowiest city. Definitely not snowiest place. Snowiest on the Avalon Peninsula but less snowy than much of central and western Newfoundland. Probably less than the east shore of superior but id guess more than off Huron. (Superior Provinicial Park has to be in excess of 200 inches.)
  13. OSUmetstud

    April 2019 Discussion II

    St johns is the foggiest cloudiest windiest and snowiest city in canada. Not the wettest though. Also has the most hours of freezing rain and drizzle. I havent been to st pierre yet. Its on the list though.
  14. OSUmetstud

    April 2019 Discussion II

    That was the summer before i came. I its one of their worst ever. The Julys since ive been here have been reasonably okay.
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