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About CTSkywarn

  • Birthday 02/09/1974

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KMMK
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    Male
  • Location:
    North Madison, CT
  • Interests
    Meteorology, Skywarn Spotter for OKX NWS, tropical fish keeping, traveling.

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  1. I guess the JMA is our only hope at this point. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Euro looks further east again. It loops back toward the outer banks, much weakened and then it looks like Maria gets kicked ots next Wednesday. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I'm locking in the 0Z Navgem solution. That model has been fairly consistent, along with the cmc. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Yeah... I guess I should have checked first...lol.
  5. I know Irma is the big story right now, but has anyone taken a look at the 228 hour GFS? Jose, 923 MB just south of us and then at hour 234... looks like it is right over Boston. I know it will probably change, but interesting.....
  6. CMC has landfall close to ACK. Wow...Maybe a trend? Never know. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I was just watching a streaming TV station in Miami (WPLG). They have Max Mayfield on as a hurricane specialist. He did an analog on Hurricane Donna. He believes the pattern is similar to that hurricane. So, perhaps the threat is still there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. All ensemble members show a landfall?
  9. I understand that all options are on the table, including ots, with less likely a Gulf landfall. However, I don't recall the models showing this many landfalls Chesapeake Bay North in quite some time. I could be wrong. But I just remember Carolinas and then the hard right ots in most previous scenarios. We really are way overdue. It has to happen at some point up here. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Well....it looks like AccuWeather has not lost hope for the Thursday Storm.
  11. It's interesting, because the TV Mets in Connecticut don't really seem to hype anything. A matter of fact, they seem pretty conservative, after-all. It is usually the anchors who will hype the headlines... "some big snow coming".. etc. But, I happen to think the Mets report responsibly and do a great job overall, in my opinion.
  12. Wow... I hope the Euro scenario pans out. I think the big lesson here is that when Tim Kelley says the word "blizzard" in a twitter post....it's time to pay attention. Tim is really my favorite Meteorologist. Unfortunately I can only watch him when I'm at the gym since I get Dish Network and not Comcast.
  13. 22 degrees, moderate snow, 3.9 inches of new snow. North Madison/Durham, CT line.
  14. So, does that basically mean a bust south of 84 and 95 corridor... forget it?
  15. Very minimal. Predominantly all snow. But, at times there is a little sleet mixed it. However, 11 miles to my south at my parents house about a half from the sound, they are reporting more sleet than snow right now. So, I think the further south you go the more of a mix at times.