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DeltaT13

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About DeltaT13

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    Snowtorious BIG
  • Birthday April 12

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KROC
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Gates, NY (KROC)
  • Interests
    Music, Snowboarding, Fishing, The Outdoors, Gardening, Concerts, Astronomy, Beer, Enjoying the little things...Lake Effect Snow, etc, etc

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  1. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    If the lower elevations or nearly anywhere gets 2 inches of snow there will be some tree issues. Trees in the ROC area have just started to change and are still fully leafed out. Would certainly be an interesting and early first significant accumulation. It's been many years since I've seen accumulating snow in ROC before November.
  2. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Still very early in the season. First flakes aren't all that exciting in October. First measurable snow is whole different story. This board will light up once we get into Mid November if there are legit chances.
  3. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Couple little rogue cells poppin tonight. Lots of lightning out over the lake. Saw this little hail spike on the radar.
  4. I completely agree with this. Virginia was never really in the cross-hairs. Completely unnecessary to evacuate them.
  5. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    whoa, that is really impressive. That is the earliest snow I've ever heard of in the 'dacks. Thanks for posting.
  6. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Florence remnants getting closer to a nice phase with that passing trough early next week. Would probably bring some gusty winds and heavy downpours. Hoping we can keep that trend up. Also a good trend for the south as it keeps her moving pretty much the whole time and reduces the flood risk.
  7. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I agree, seems far more likely it will stay out to sea, potentially affecting Bermuda. That said, the F storms have a knack of whacking the Carolina's..... IE Fran and Floyd. I would love to see Florence roar into the Carolinas as a major hurricane and steam up this way. Just give me some decent winds and a couple inches of tropical rain......there hasnt been any exciting weather in my backyard since the windstorm the first week of May. I need something, I'm dying here.
  8. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I get it man, working outside in this **** isn't easy. I'm a fairly involved hobbyist beekeeper. You can't imagine how hot it gets working hives in a bee suit for a few hours. Downright dangerous.
  9. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I guess that leaves only me and BW as fans of this heat and humidity. It's intense but I love it. Just feels so warm and inviting outside. Here's hoping it lasts until October 1st and then we go right into a hard fall.
  10. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Dewpoint of 76 in the ROC right now, might be the high point of the summer.
  11. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Is it just me or is there a major typo in this write up? The above legend says that Syracuse had 577 hours of dewpoints above 70. But then down below in the write up it says: "Even broken down into hours where the dew points have exceeded 70° is impressive. Syracuse averages 135 hours of 70°+ dew points a year. This summer (through August 19th) we are at 90 hours! The previous high was in 1973 with 343 hours which is far back as we have hourly records." Where the hell do they get 90 hours and why would that deserve and exclamation point? 90 hours is less than the normal average of 135. If they had said that Syracuse had 577 hours, that would make sense. So which is it? Why are articles so poorly written and edited. Overall the whole article loses direction with glaring typos that contradict the main point.
  12. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    This makes me so happy. That stupid "record" was so obviously bogus from day 1. There is still hope in this world.
  13. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Wow, thanks for linking those stories BW. I knew those cells looked intense and slow moving. Lots of runoff and low lying spots in that city too. A bad combination.
  14. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    I would expect some flash flooding in Toronto right now. Very potent and virtually stationary cell pounding the western city and western suburbs.
  15. DeltaT13

    Upstate/Eastern New York

    Lake Erie has an insatiable appetite for convection this year. It just destroys everything. The 12z 3km NAM modeled it perfectly. Explosive convection of Southern Ontario just getting decimated as it entered NY state. Brutal stuff for those of us who like storms. Unlike most of you, I am loving this heat and humidity. It's perfect, we get both intense summers and intense winters, the best of both worlds. Plus fall is usually long and fantastic.
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