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Randy4Confluence

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  • Birthday 02/02/1969

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    Sacramento,CA
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    Weather, history, political news, world news, Packman ( app on my Android),economics, mathematics, computer programming, my wife, my God, my two cats, movies (suspense/psychological thrillers, drama, documentaries, political drama, crime drama, classics, over-the-top humorous)

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  1. Randy4Confluence

    Nov 15/16 regionwide event

    A little snowfall in mid November is nothing out of the ordinary for your lattitude....and should be expected ☺
  2. Randy4Confluence

    Nov 15/16 regionwide event

    I know that you know you want something out of this -EPO pattern you've been in for tbe past month ( at my expense ). I think you'll get something pedestrian. The low almost closes off south of you. Good luck.
  3. Randy4Confluence

    Nov 15/16 regionwide event

    What's it looking like for BOS and the 128 district? A sloppy inch before a changover? Weatherfella, what are you thinking for your area? Gotta cash in with something to show with this pattern right?
  4. Randy4Confluence

    November discussion

    High of 70 with smoky skies, red flag warnings, no rain for six months, and still none in the forecast. All coming together! Massachusetts Dreamin'.
  5. Randy4Confluence

    November discussion

    18z gfs Insane in the membrane cold too!
  6. Randy4Confluence

    Mountain West Discussion

    One sign that CA finally cools down in early November is a -PNA forecasted by the various ensembles. http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/precip/CWlink/pna/pna.shtml It's not out of the ordinary that Ca experiences such a warm October, but as time moves forward from now into November, the kinds of temps that CA has been experiencing grows more unprecidented. For those of us who are pulling for rainy and cooler weather in CA, let's hope this pans out!
  7. Randy4Confluence

    Mountain West Discussion

    Incredibly boring pattern here in N. CA with this Eastern Pacific ridge killing us. Anyone have idea when it finally begins to break? For awhile, the GFS was trying to break it in the long range ( 240+hours ) but over the last few days it keeps the beast in place with temporary breaks.
  8. Randy4Confluence

    Coldtober model and pattern disco

    GFS has latched onto the idea of a troft in the west developing towards the end of tbe month calming this MBN pattern you guys have been in.
  9. Randy4Confluence

    Coldtober model and pattern disco

    Several inches for 128 corridor, lollies SE Mass, the Cape and Islands. More red flag fire alerts for me here in CA with temps in upper 80's, crystal clear beautiful sunshine, and northern Santa Anna winds setting ablaze another town or two:
  10. Randy4Confluence

    Coldtober model and pattern disco

    Can be quite entertaining really
  11. Randy4Confluence

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    Nice. Its a fun place to go for sure with casinos, and othet frolic nearby. A co worker of mine was married in one part of tbe Sierras in July and told me there was still snow cover around there! Curious, when you travel to Tahoe, which airport do you fly into? And yes, sacramento is a hidden treasure wedged between the Sierras and the Bay area. We've made frequent trips to both places, which are only like 75 miles east or west of here respectively. Not to say I don't miss being in Mass. during winter, which I do. But at least it's not LA or Miami around here in the winter!
  12. Randy4Confluence

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    Hi. Yeah, even Auburn ( Maybe 25 miles from here towards the Sierras) usually sees a few flakes. Aside from being at such a low sea-level, I read that the Sierras I act as a block from allowing the continental polar invasions from making it into the Western side of those mountains ... like the Sac Valley. So, we'll be bulldozing the Sierras I've decided. ☺
  13. Randy4Confluence

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    Yeah I remember you mentioning a 15 year haitis in So CA? My consolation is living in No Cal ( Sac Vallley 75 miles from the Sierres) where the winters can give cold ( relatively) nights and robust Pacific rain storms with colder temps and lots of wind, and an excuse to put on sweaters, build fires, and make some hot chocalate. Snow is impossible though being in the valley ... although every 10 years Sacramento may see a flake or two. As a snow weenie, I suppose I'm adding polish to pig turd, but admittedly, it's hard not to like No Cali. for many reasons. It hasn't been as bad as I thought really. We come back to Mass. for the holidays ( family) so thats always something to look forward to. I'll certainly be rooting for some good storms for you, not to mention tracking them. ☺
  14. Randy4Confluence

    Countdown to Winter 2018 -2019

    Seems that the Euro seasonals are in parallel to what the Old Farmers Almanac is calling for ( A thrill for the EC). Horrible news particularly for So Cal.
  15. Randy4Confluence

    Mountain West Discussion

    Any ideas as to when this horrible Western ridge begins to break down over California?
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