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  1. Near record lows this morning. Pretty impressive. Even more extreme considering how warm the first 2 weeks of November were and then we headed straight into record cold territory
  2. I can't imagine trying to keep up on all that lake effect snow lol
  3. Really wasn't expecting it to lay on the roads here but they finally caved. Still coming down really hard. Grass is almost fully covered
  4. I'm not feeling too confident about seeing anything accumulating anywhere in my neck of the woods but hopefully I'm wrong. I just feel like it's going to be too warm over here
  5. Going from a warmish October and a very warm first 2 weeks of November along with the remnants of a hurricane moving through here just a few days ago to instantly going to potential snow is kind of a shock. I'm actually glad it feels more like November now. I was not enjoying that night where it only got down to 66 lol
  6. Regardless how ugly and weak it is this is extremely impressive to even have us tracking a landfalling hurricane in November, and on the Florida east coast of all places
  7. It's kinda crazy to me we might get rain from the tropical system that strikes Florida in a few days. After it makes landfall it's supposed to go up the coast. Can't really remember many tropical systems effecting us in November even if it'll most likely transition when it's heading up here
  8. It's raining right now and there's no rain anywhere near here on the radar. None in PA at all anywhere. The closest is some rain far into New York. Is it weird to have it raining without it showing up on radar?
  9. Oof. My dad's getting his order of coal in for his soon. Hoping it's not that much of an increase for him :/
  10. They're just looking for any excuse so they don't have to blame themselves. There's pretty much no difference between a 155mph category 4 and a 160mph category 5 hurricane. Plus just knowing the category number isn't always enough information of what you should do or how you should prepare. This is just them refusing to admit their mistakes and the fact they didn't bother to look at information of what this storm was capable of.
  11. What doesn't help is we had a period of 10 years during 2006-2016 where we had zero Category 3 or higher storms make landfall anywhere in the US. That was the longest stretch in recorded history. I feel that also helped lull people into a false sense of security.
  12. Wind field of Ian is absolutely massive
  13. Yeah the frictional effects can cause the eye and movement of the storm to dance it and act wonky sometimes. We've seen this plenty of times with hurricanes around the Caribbean islands
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