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  1. It's looking like a cold spring, technically it already is since meteorological spring starts March 1st. Will we continue the trend of below average severe weather seasons? These threads in warm months don't see the activity that the winter thread does, so I figured this would handle summer as well. I guess because summer is normally benign in our part of the world outside the occasional heatwave, pop up storm or rare tropical remnant.
  2. Cold air has entered the forum and the winter weather should be getting into the western forum area soon.
  3. So, tonight we are supposed to get storms, there is nothing on the radar that suggests storms are rolling, so my question is, based on the attached, are storms predicted for the twin cities because the cold front (blue) is driving into that warm front (red) and going to push into heading south east driving the fronts together somewhere over the twin cities 'area'? Just curious if I am reading this right.
  4. This event is only around 36 hours from first flakes if models are to be believed. GGEM is lighter snows of 1-2 inches but more widespread. GFS has been consistent with heavier totals in all but one of the last 8 runs, but in all but two of those 8 runs, most snows greater than 1 inch occur over terrain areas in the East. Otherwise they are spread out enough to where areas may pick up 3/4ths of an inch from one system, then have it melt and pick up 3/4ths from the second. So even though you see these snowfall totals, it will not likely be reflected at these amounts on the ground at a given time outside the terrain areas. GGEM through Mon evening. GFS through Monday evening.
  5. Meteorological Summer ended 9 days ago. The weather is definitely looking fall-like over the coming week, with many areas looking likely to see the 40s for lows and upper 60s to low 70s for highs. I don't know if we'll see 30s as the GFS is hinting at (I've seen 30s in late September here) but do think upper 40s/low 50s will be wide spread.
  6. HalloweenGale

    March 20th, 1988

    I was looking at the online archive of the Inquirer and Mirror for March 1988, and found on the 22nd issue in the "Here and There" column the author mentions thunder snow: " Our first day of spring was simply spectacular here in Nantucket.We awoke to a cool 12 degrees. The sun peeking through the clouds. Then gradually the skies darkened. Suddenly, at about 11:45 AM there was a bright flash of lightning and a loud rumble of thunder. And then came a real squall! Until early afternoon the snow fell. First in light flurries and then so thickly and wind blown the visibility was nil. The wind was from the southwest at 25-30 mph until after noon when it stopped. Then, just as suddenly it returned at 12:25. Finally it cleared around three o'clock, after leaving us all with 1/4 inch of snow on the ground. The skies cleared- a deep blue with fluffy white puff balls. And we had a beautiful sunset, with an equally clear sky all night." Was this just an event for ACK or did all of SNE get in the game?
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