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    Stephens City, VA
  1. We better start praying for a very, very wet spring in the southern states. I fear the amount of heat already present in the NH combined with a lack of snow and ice seemingly everywhere but the inter-mountain west portends a torch summer, minus some major summer pattern anomaly. Today was nice, but a bit too breezy. High of 64F was several degrees under-forecast, surprisingly.
  2. Walk into the light, Fozz. Follow the light.
  3. Well, 11-12 was followed by 12-13 (western burbs excluded).
  4. What we better worry about is if that western-trough has entered a multi-year persistence. How many consecutive years has ridging dominated out there (before this year)? It's been a multi-year, historic drought that has just been busted. They might be on a multi-year heater, and so might we - literally.
  5. Rain is melted snow.
  6. All in perception I suppose. I feel safer where there are less people. I was never really aware the Winchester had a high crime rate. However it seems to have a sizable "immigrant" population and a couple notoriously bad sections of town, so I guess I shouldn't be too surprised, though I guess I shouldn't make assumptions as to the causes of the crime without data to back it up. I have heard of a growing heroin problem in the Valley. Amissville is a wonderful area. That entire area west on 211 is among the most beautiful in the state.
  7. Well, at this point I'd be inclined to say that any snow in March, or any other month, is historic... ....but if we're really talking historic storm, then 1993. You could make a case that '13 was out here. 10 - 15" around here, although heartbreak elsewhere.
  8. You are more concerned about crime in rural areas than DC / Balt / insert any other urban area in the world?
  9. IMO 12" March snow = .1" of Christmas snow, 1" December snow, 2" of January snow, or 3" of February snow. It'll take a ****-ton of March snow to make up for this winter.
  10. We live in a snow-hole. Glad you were able to get away and enjoy a successful chase.
  11. with my mind on my money, and my money on my mind.
  12. More likely March 2012.
  13. It's been so long, I can't remember. I'm not even sure I jumped. I think WxWatcher pushed me. LOL.
  14. Umm, you forgot June.... and sometimes May. New England's climate is 10000000000000000000000000000000% better than ours. More snow, less drought, less heat, but no more wind. What's not to love about that?
  15. It's an honor to have been the first off the cliff.