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MillvilleWx

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About MillvilleWx

  • Birthday 07/18/1990

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    Midland, TX

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  1. MillvilleWx

    December Medium/Long Range Discussion

    That may be true in the last decade, but that was not the case historically when it comes to larger snowfalls. The 80's had larger gaps and the 90's were 3-4 years every monster. By average, it's a little more than 3. We're coming up on the average soon, and historically, El Nino's can be back loaded, so patience was going to have to be had if the Nino took a traditional path with regards to when pattern becomes more favorable. We could see a few shots prior to mid January of course, but I'm still banking on meat and potatoes afterwards. Snow in the Mid Atlantic can become such a boon at times, but we have to remember we can really cash in when things are going well. Just look at the heater we were on for 2-3 years recently. Law of averages is a kick in the "you know what".
  2. MillvilleWx

    December Medium/Long Range Discussion

    We've had snow storms since then, but none of which you care for. I enjoy all snow no matter how it comes. Welcome to the Mid Atlantic. Big game hunting each year leads to too much disappointment. You could move to where I am. We average 4.2" of snow a year and a 8+" every decade lol
  3. MillvilleWx

    December Medium/Long Range Discussion

    We usually wait 4 man. 2019-2020 gonna be rockin!
  4. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    Nah. I don’t think any balloon we have can lift me off the ground lol. We do have to bring it out of the Upper Air shelter and the balloon does not cooperate in those winds. It pulls you and wants to take off. Strongest wind I’ve launched in so far. .
  5. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    What a freakin launch that was. Successful, but that wind was no joke
  6. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    I wouldn't write off winter this early, but I'm sure it sucks so far. Hopefully things turn around for the back half of winter. I know you hate back-loaded winters, but it's better than nothing I suppose. I never though this would be a complete wall to wall season back home. I always pinpointed a second half special. Kind of fits the Nino climo. I'm also banking on it since I'll be back home around that time lol
  7. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    It's actually 7.4%. You forgot to include jonjon!
  8. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    I get to launch the MAF weather balloon at 0z today with winds likely into the 30's and 40's with a gust to 50 mph. Should be a blast lol
  9. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    This is the true coming out party for Jackson. If he can just manage this game and keep us close and in it all 60 min, he’ll be the starter for ROS. I just hope defense can hold them into the 20’s to give us a shot. Tall order, I know .
  10. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    Has anyone heard anything about a run of missing bunnies in Rockville? .
  11. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    I’m going to watch this game today, but my expectations are a bad loss. Anything more will be a moral win. If we win, idk what I’m going to do with myself lol .
  12. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    Liquor stores will be wide open though. Always positives .
  13. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    That’s not true!! We need more H2O in order to have more snow! That’s kind of the issue we’re facing now haha .
  14. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    As a meteorologist, I can say, the times you are wrong certainly weigh on you. Mother Nature is humbling. Just have to learn and take a loss. I still love it and that's why I love this forum and the ability to talk weather and be a weenie without someone telling me I have a problem lol
  15. MillvilleWx

    December Banter 2018

    I will say that the miss to the south is in gut punch territory, but I was just ingrained to accept any snow before Christmas is an anomaly and is unlikely for where we live. I just want seasonal temperatures for Christmas at this point. Now, if I lived in Upstate NY and had no snow on ground for Christmas, I'd be saltier than a cured ham. At least there's promise down the pike and it's a Nino unlike the last few years. Now it gives your brews a chance to age a little better come January-March
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