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  1. You miss the point. Chesaco said temps across his area were normal to below average in his COUNTY except for 1 location. You then start puling figures from locations 50-75+ miles away from Chester County with different elevations and proximity to large bodies of water. But he wasn't talking about any areas outside Chester County. But it gets worse. You obviously feel irresistibly compelled to dispute his statement of normal to a little below. So you change the discussion to median. Why? It's obvious to me. You're disseminating mundane information in a dramatic fashion to try to make it appear warmer than it really was. If your opinion is so correct, then you don't need to make things look warmer/dire. It was an average September temp-wise in Chester County, PA. Period! Can't it ever be that simple?
  2. Way above normal? Harrisburg was +1.3 Hagerstown was +.1 Baltimore was +2.7 Philly was +1.5 Wilmington was +.5 Reading was +1.6 Those are nbd AN temps. He's close to Allentown. Closer than Bwi. So why didn't you pick that one???? Oh, I see, it was -.5. EDIT: I forgot to mention, there was 1 anomolous heat wave of 4 days. The rest of the month in all locations was BN on average.
  3. I was just bustin' your chops. Ashamed you wasted a post on it. They credit you 1 extra.
  4. The consequences of the extra blocking shows up in the precip forecast.
  5. Entire new run out on TT now. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/?model=cansips&region=nhem&pkg=z500a&runtime=2023100100&fh=0
  6. Thanks for nothing brooklynwx99 https://twitter.com/WorldClimateSvc/status/1708214486182592584?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^1708214486182592584|twgr^9c9fdd3118dd5a77ef8eb4cc830ccd7e29dee6ca|twcon^s1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.americanwx.com%2Fbb%2Findex.php%3Fapp%3Dcoremodule%3Dsystemcontroller%3Dembedurl%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2FWorldClimateSvc%2Fstatus%2F1708214486182592584
  7. Waiting for @brooklynwx99 to post the updated Cansips...and they better be good d@mnit!
  8. Sadly, those days are long gone down there. I predict a tough rental season at OBX next year compared to 22 and 23. Otoh, it's not so bad if you can get a group of families into 1 house, but it's usually been my bright idea to go so I get stuck. Lol No more!
  9. We went to Nags Head last month, which is our usual spot. But frankly, we took it off the list. They don't clean the houses anymore except for a cursory wipe down...no workers. Nice house and location, but $4800 for a week and all you get is a dirty house that smelled like somebody else's last night dinner was a let down. And when you leave, they give you first shot at renting the same week next year. Unfortunately, the price jumped to $6200/week!!! Apparently, this year didn't reflect higher mortgage rates and most of those places down there have adjustable mortgages. Honestly, good luck to them but I am not paying that much even if the place was perfect. Other houses I checked went up proportionately just as much.
  10. Ahh, makes sense. I haven't been to OC since 2015 I believe. I have a law school buddy that lives in Salisbury, so we usually will visit he and his wife when were in OC. But since we got the place here, there was Covid and then a cluster of things that have kept us from traveling much, not that I like to travel. Pretty content not going anywhere actually. Lol
  11. On the 1 hand that is surprising, but on the other it still is MD and they were pretty gung-ho with restrictions during rounds 1 and 2.
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