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  1. wkd

    Michael Banter Thread

    Haven't seen Seidel covering this. Also noticed TWC people aren't fighting the wind. Maybe they got the message.
  2. wkd

    Hurricane Florence

    Good luck to all you guys. As forecast now it looks like coastal areas are going to take a real beating. New Jersey is still rebuilding beaches six years after Sandy.
  3. wkd

    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    From Cranky. Interesting read. http://www.stormhamster.com/entry/e091018b.htm
  4. wkd

    Major Hurricane Florence

    what ever dynamics form that ridge aren't even into the conus yet.
  5. wkd

    How much you got?

    Looks like chance of snow is finally over. 44.35" for the winter. 20" more than last winter.
  6. Light snow. 31F
  7. wkd

    Possible Snow Event Saturday April 7th

    I really want the DC area to get crushed on this one even if it means I miss out.
  8. wkd

    Possible Snow Event Saturday April 7th

    I spent more time tracking stuff in December than I have in some entire seasons. This winter has been ridiculous as far as trackig goes.
  9. wkd

    Possible Snow Event Saturday April 7th

    I think we have a good chance to see some snow this weekend but am actually more interested in the following event. That one looks like it has a lot more potential when looking at the H5 evolution.
  10. Ralph, Start a fishing thread. I'm a bluefishing fan. Don't eat the big ones but hard to beat the fight.
  11. wkd

    April Mid/Long Range & Disco

    Really close to something big on the 2nd event.
  12. wkd

    April 2nd Snow Observations

    The jackpot areas it seems were in that band that went from NYC southwest thru parts of Somerset and Hunterdon counties in Nj and parts of Bucks in Pa. I was lucky this time to be in it. Just goes to show that in most of our storms it's where the bands set up which will determine snow amounts and this really is almost a nowcasting type thing.
  13. wkd

    April 2nd Snow Observations

    Ray, Did you have a relative named William Martin who was a weather observer in Long Branch? I just finished a book by James Turner called " Seven Superstorms of the Northeast" in which he is frequently mentioned.
  14. wkd

    April 2nd Snow Observations

    5.5". Steady light snow. 34F. Excellent event.
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