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Another tool from the NCDA.Using Lawrenceburg as an example when the F5 hit there back in 1998

 

 

It's easier to put on all events for what state and county you use

 

 

 

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/stormevents/choosedates.jsp?statefips=47%2CTENNESSEE#

 

Edit:The F5 in Lawrenceburg could have been much worse than anyone could have imagined.Adjacent to it's path was the city Ethridge which is home to one of the largest Amish communities in the state of Tn,luckily it just went through the fields basically.As most people know,Amish builds their own homes and basically they never would have known what could have been without electricity or any source of communication.

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Found an interesting site from the University of Wisconsin with some non operation GOES 17 imagery:

http://realearth.ssec.wisc.edu/?products=G17-ABI-FD-BAND01 

Also, thanks to all for the good conversation lately (esp. Fall-Winter spec.), have been wanting to participate more, but swamped with work at this time. Although just catching up it looks like boring heat is the optimal word for now. 

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http://weather.rap.ucar.edu/

I don't believe this site has been shared on this thread. It's especially useful for it's snow&ice cover map as an alternative to https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/snow-and-ice/snow-cover/  as well as having many other uses such as satellite imagery, NWS radar sites, and surface observations. You can thank Jax for finding it.

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7 hours ago, *Flash* said:

Sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong thread, but does anyone have any good resources/links pertaining to future PDO behavior?

It's leveled off recently.The dark shade is positive the white shade is negative.It could still stay weak/positive-negative into winter then drop off into winter

http://www.geo.fu-berlin.de/met/ag/strat/produkte/qbo/singapore.dat

 

Edit:"Drop off", i mean going more positive, just wanted to clarify that  to avoid confusion

 

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