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January and #HECS2016 Banter Thread


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Who is willing to agree with me. If we get next weeks storm as per the CMC, then this winter wasn't that bad after all. It all worked out in the end. Having to deal with the warmest December to get this snowstorm, potentially another one was worth it :weenie:

 

 

it's time for you to head back your own forum. 

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it's time for you to head back your own forum. 

It's time for you to stop being such a drag every single time you post. Your miserable posts just reek of negativity and I'm pretty sure everyone is tired of reading them.

 

WeatherFan202, it's a pleasure to have you in our forum. The rest of us welcome you with open arms!

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It's time for you to stop being such a drag every single time you post. Your miserable posts just wreak of negativity and I'm pretty sure everyone is tired of reading them.

 

WeatherFan202, it's a pleasure to have you in our forum. The rest of us welcome you with open arms!

 

someone's grumpy because he didn't get enough snow.  :(

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Ah the memories. Ended up being right but the topic locked anyway. http://www.americanwx.com/bb/index.php/topic/47625-jan-21-23-storm/#entry3856998

 

 

 

Posted 14 January 2016 - 06:54 PM- This threat has shown up a good amount of times and has EPS support so I thought it would be time to make a thread. This is my first time making a thread. Hopefully it doesn't end badly.   :)
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Posting my question on the below here instead of in the obs thread... 

 

I am so enthusiastic for the models again, that I have decided to read all of the four storm tracking threads for the storm, from beginning to end.

 

Beginning with:

http://www.americanwx.com/bb/index.php/topic/47658-january-22-23-mid-atlantic-storm-thread-1-no-banter/

 

Wondering when the earliest post about this storm took place. There was a d10 threat being thrown around a lot around Jan. 12... was there anything earlier?

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Someone needs to write up a research piece that analyzes the relationship between the warmer GOA water, the abnormal warm waters of the GoMex and W. Atlantic, the very strong El Nino, the Nino's effect on the subtropical jet and how those factors influence atmospheric physics and the development of one of these exceptional storms.

 

I'm sure someone here could phrase the above a hell of a lot better than I can, but I think most here get my drift.

 

I really enjoy reading those types of pdf's. Sort of like a whitepaper on meteorology.

 

Thanks in advance.

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I never thought anything would top 96. I live 6 miles wsw of Newcumberland Right on the Cumberland York county  border. I measured no less than 28" .  2016 is the new undisputed champ in my back yard. 93 is still my favorite for its amount of Thunder snow. Awesome Winter storm Memory for My 10 year old boy and I.

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Someone needs to write up a research piece that analyzes the relationship between the warmer GOA water, the abnormal warm waters of the GoMex and W. Atlantic, the very strong El Nino, the Nino's effect on the subtropical jet and how those factors influence atmospheric physics and the development of one of these exceptional storms.

 

I'm sure someone here could phrase the above a hell of a lot better than I can, but I think most here get my drift.

 

I really enjoy reading those types of pdf's. Sort of like a whitepaper on meteorology.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Well said Jeb.  Couldn't agree more re the impact of the warm waters.  Given the moisture plume started in the Eastern Pacific and tapped into 3 bodies of unusually warm bodies, it's only reasonable to assume the impact was significant.  But how? and is there a way to quantify it? 

 

I asked about this a couple times in the days leading up to the start and during the radio chat last week.  Certainly not claiming fame for the idea, just curious about the about the influence of the SSTs.  Didn't get much response in the forums and the pro mets on radio indicated the models take the SSTs into account.  That's great, but it would be good to know more about how and in weenie terms if that's possible.  I enjoy the occasional discussions about how the math in the models works, but it often gets into terminology that is beyond me.  However, some more details as to how the SSTs influenced this grand event on a relative scale would be very interesting reading.

 

Now time to get out and blow, shovel, and/or plow our 500' driveway and dig out....

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Post-storm depression has set in. You spend 6 days straight 4 times a day checking models, day dreaming about 4 inches of QPF. Lack of sleep because you're up until 1-2am for EURO then wake up to check the 6z runs...And then, it's over....This is a real disorder that psychologists have not yet diagnosed. 

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