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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. You just want to go to Dogfish Head Brewery in the snow again, don't you Squidward?
  2. Final Guess Here. Upped a few totals. Hope I bust low BWI: 15.5" DCA: 12.2" IAD: 18.3" RIC: 5.5" Tiebreaker (SBY): 10.8"
  3. I am intrigued by this 5H evolution down the pike. Might have to wander out of hibernation
  4. Just a smidge too north. Otherwise, heart of this is looking good. Might have low balled…
  5. Heck yeah we do! I wish I was up there for this one my man. We want to travel next year, so we may be up in your neck of the woods. I’ll hit you up! Enjoy the mountains of snow
  6. Could be a little too south given the flow. Again, pretty quick forecast. May adjust about 20-25 miles north either side.
  7. My quick and non-sophisticated map/forecast for the event.
  8. So, been on midnight shifts the past week and felt a disturbance in the force. Looks like some snow eh?
  9. Heavy Leaf Warning for areas east of the Chesapeake Bay Leaf rates of 250-300/hr Total Accumulation: 1000-2000 leaves plus 2 Aleve
  10. Early Guess. Will update later in the month BWI: 14.2" DCA: 10.4" IAD: 16.3" RIC: 5.5" Tiebreaker (SBY): 10.8"
  11. Also, Key Lime pie from Sparky’s in Marathon, FL might be one of the five best things I’ve ever eaten. Everytime we go back, it’s like I slipped into heaven, so they had to take me back in a wheel chair and somehow pie is served. St. Peter is a nice dude
  12. I can agree with this. I would do unspeakable things for a really good German Chocolate Cake. I think you found a flaw in my statement
  13. Carrot Cake > Chocolate Cake All interviews and threats can be made in my PM's I will not be taking questions at this time
  14. I’m heading to bed, but the last thing I want to mention is the longevity at which hurricane force winds will be felt from this storm from the coast to the central portion of the state. Damage from prolonged winds of that magnitude tend to be worse than a typical hit and run. The vegetation in that area of FL will be altered for years to come, and salt water inundation will cripple tree root systems to the point where they’ll have to be rehabbed back to life. This happened in the Lower FL Keys with Irma. It’ll be the same for the coastal locales running from Bonita Springs up to Englewood. Brutal
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