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About Rtd208

  • Birthday 03/05/1975

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    Middlesex Co. NJ
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    Weather, Emergency Management, Firefighting, Radio Communications
  1. April Mid/Long Range & Disco

  2. Where was that back during the heart of winter? If only.
  3. I would think we will have a pretty good chance of seeing the coastal storm middle/end of next week that has been shown on some of the models, could be another good rainmaker to. I am all for the stormy pattern I would just like the temps to be a bit warmer. I would be fine with a stormy summer with temps in the 70's/80's versus hot/dry.
  4. Looks like the GFS OP is back onboard on bringing it up the coast after have it stay south and east of us for several runs.
  5. This is ridiculous, bring on spring/summer already. It looks like things should start warming up a bit over the next few days but still below normal until we start getting more normal temps in the low to mid 60's beginning next week.
  6. You have to ask him that. He is a met so I am sure he has good reasoning.
  7. I can deal with the cooler temperatures as long as it is nothing to extreme I just want it to be active storm wise.
  8. Forky posted this yesterday which was music to my ears. Hopefully we are getting back into a much more active period.
  9. Next winter it would be nice if we could get the timing right for once, our clock has been off the last couple of winters.
  10. It would be nice if it was 15-20 degrees warmer outside right now, I am done with this colder weather already. Even a fall/winter weather lover like myself eventually wants the warmer temperatures to settle in.
  11. I think this summer will be much more active then last summer and the last few summers overall.
  12. E PA/NJ/DE Spring 2018 OBS Thread

    Final storm total rainfall of 3.02" Plenty of street/basement flooding in my area.
  13. Final storm total rainfall of 3.02" Plenty of street/basement flooding in my area.