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  1. #NoPoles

    NNE Warm Season Thread

    I am so fascinated by the many different climate zones just in the US. Yall are having 30s and 40s for lows in July. Down here it has just been a huge stretch of daily heat indices 105-111, and no wind. The daily average for wind lately has been 5mph. It is unreal. Lows dont drop bloelow the 70s, and it is so sticky that with the AC constantly running, I cant see out my apartment windows in the morning from the condensation. You would almost think I'm in another country.
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    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    If you Insta, follow the american chestnut project
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    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    I need to follow this account. Was it tamarack who said 1 in every 4 trees used to be a chestnut? That statistic is correct. Our forests used to be drastically different. Southern New England used to be oak chestnut dominant...i wish i had a time machine to go back and see how the forests originally looked
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    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    The really sad thing ive noticed down here is there are still chestnuts trying to grow. Most of them gave up the ghost long ago in New England. They seem to get in 2-4 years of growth down here before the blithe takes over. So sad, such gorgeous trees that got wiped out
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    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    when i first gathered them they were all green
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    Summer 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Hey all, i found your dews and your summer...come to Nashville
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    July pattern(s) and discussion

    Ok, I'm pretty sure the HHH of TN is going to kill me. All my life I have lived in places that have wind. I lived in the intermountain west/great basin/colorado plateau areas, and even the mojave desert for a time. So much wind! And of course living in plymouth near the water the wind was constant. I remember thinking to myself on many occasions, can it just stop being fooking windy, for once??? And then I moved to Nashville, and the heat indices are 95-100 everyday...and are going higher, along with the dew points, and there is NO WIND here. It is just stifling and hard to breathe. Standing still causes a plethora of boob and buttcrack sweat...and now I keep asking the universe ever day for some fooking wind...
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    July pattern(s) and discussion

    Oh god, Im going to DIE in Nashville
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    June 2019 Discussion

    I figured somebody jumped on that one
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    June 2019 Discussion

    Y'all should come to Nashville. I found your heat and humidity!
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    June 2019 Discussion

    Euro got an upgrade on June 11th...I read some of the article, but as written, it was a bit over my head...need someone to read it and translate for me
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    June 2019 Discussion

    Hey, we dropped into the 40s last night in Nashville!
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    The 2018-2019 Ski Season Thread

    Cross your fingers for Saddleback!!! New article out today that there is a very solid buyer, Arctaris, which specializes in funding business opportunities in innercity and rural areas...Arctaris offered to purchase the mtn for well over the amount of debt the Berrys carry on the mtn...Arctaris has stated it would use its own capital to purchase Saddleback and does not need to take advantage of any special tax offerings or any commitment of funding from the community...
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    June 2019 Discussion

    Basically the first half of may in nashville was cool with lots of clouds and showers. Then the second half of May the death ridge centered itself right over my fanny, and we flipped highs in the upper 60s, to two weeks of mid and upper 90s with a dewpoint of atleast 70. Normal high for the second half of May is 81. No storms at all here because of the position of the ridge. Now we are back to more normal temps, but still no precip in the forecast...maybe next week
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    May 2019 Discussion

    There is a death ridge centered over Nashville. Hot, not very much wind, no storms...mid 90s day after day. I hope the ridge axis will move east soon so we can get in on some storms