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  • Birthday 08/02/1975

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KGSP
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    Simpsonville,SC (6 Miles S of GSP)

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  1. mackerel_sky

    2018 Banter Thread

    Warm nose is always an issue!
  2. mackerel_sky

    2018 Banter Thread

    Check the 925 warm nose! Rates might overcome, but not over CR’s house, it’s a sleet fest!
  3. mackerel_sky

    Winter 2018-2019 Speculation

    Don’t forget Brad P! The G.O.A.T
  4. mackerel_sky

    2018 Banter Thread

    Remember Sandy!?? And that dumpster fire of a winter! And the Nov 1st CAE mauler!? Another dumpster fire
  5. mackerel_sky

    2018 Banter Thread

    It can snow in any part of the world in October, snowcover in Eurasia can be 10’ deep, just as long as it don’t snow outside the mountains in NC/SC, or no monster east coast storm, or our winter is toast! I don’t care what analogs you pull out your wazoo!
  6. mackerel_sky

    Mid to Long Term Discussion 2018

    Minimum 64 “ rates will overcome “ comments, per winter month! (D,J,F)
  7. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    3.66 inches of rain. Wind very unimpressive, max gust probably 25 mph
  8. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    With its current NE movement and increasing forward speed, I don’t think it can get that far Notth, but who knows.
  9. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    It’s been over land for like 4 hours and is still a Cat 2-3! That’s amazing!!
  10. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    One day his conservative nature is going to bite him in the butt! Maybe not with Michael, but one day he’s going to look really stupid! But I guess if you forecast as it’s happening, you can’t go wrong!?
  11. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    Since most of the models grossly underestimated pressure on Michael, like 20-40mb, except for HRMON and a few others, and a lot of wind forecast maps were based of a cat 2 or 3 at landfall, and the wind maps forecast inland, and since it basically came onshore as basically a cat 5, the wind forecasts inland , could be on the low side?? Thoughts
  12. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    So how are the 12z models looking on track? Havnt seen any mentioned
  13. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    That’s scary, because our highest gust in Florence was only 31 mph, and only got an inch of rain!
  14. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    GFS is a little West! Probably taking out some trees in CLT, on that path!
  15. mackerel_sky

    Hurricane Michael

    The latest cv3 - GFS run, would be a different look for you!?
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