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21st Century Banter Thread

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1 hour ago, Jonathang16 said:

I live in Cherokee, County but work in Johns Creek. 

Welcome! Johns Creek is a nice area. I was looking for houses out there at one point but not much available.

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Its funny how people were talking about all these clippers with NW flow bringing snow to upslope areas, now it looks like little to none. Trough orientation isnt right although the Great Lakes are going to get plenty of lake effect

 

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21 minutes ago, Snowless in Carrollton said:

I can not wait to get out of this God forsaken state and move to an area where winters are not so pathetic.

Lol. I bet this will be the year Carrollton gets a massive winter storm after you moved.

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10 minutes ago, GaStorm said:

Lol. I bet this will be the year Carrollton gets a massive winter storm after you moved.

I don't have high expectations even up here. I mean if i was over 3,000' then I would be a little more excited. I'm only at 1350' and even though i'm further north, this is still GA and there are no guarantees of snow even up here.

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For some snow every year you would have to put a house on top of brass town bald.

 

I have family that lives close to Carrolton in  Bremen. I remember a few years ago it snowed on Christmas about 4 inches.

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2 minutes ago, Jonathang16 said:

For some snow every year you would have to put a house on top of brass town bald.

 

I have family that lives close to Carrolton in  Bremen. I remember a few years ago it snowed on Christmas about 4 inches.

I like the Bremen area. Sure there's nothing to do there, but it's a nice, small southern town. Schools are pretty good there also. You are talking about Christmas 2010.

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That was a fun Christmas. I lived in Canton, GA at the time and we had Christmas in Bremen.  We did not hit snow driving down until we reach Douglasville an it started snowing pretty good.

 

I hope Georgia gets a good snow this year. We need one for the horrible drought that we had to put up with.

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On 12/6/2016 at 8:52 PM, whamby said:

what's the highest measurable snow depth up there at 13000 ft plus? Just curious.. 

We can't get up there because they closed all the roads due to all the snow. LOL!

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This is pure IMBY complaining -

 

I see nothing suggesting "winter" for north Fla this year - not talking Miami or Orlando but north Fla which usually gets a winter so I'm complaining publicly, and having done so will now go back into my cave :underthewx:

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Ok, it's time for me to subscribe to a weather site in order to look at the model runs more closely. The past few years I have used the ones here at American Weather.  I'm leaning on trying Weatherbell for a couple of months to get the Euro details, but $25 a month is pretty steep.  What do you all think?

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All doom and gloom in the SE forum about the SER then 96 posts in the disco thread today due to recent runs. Lol!

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8 minutes ago, Jon said:

All doom and gloom in the SE forum about the SER then 96 posts in the disco thread today due to recent runs. Lol!

so I'm complaining publicly, and having done so will now go back into my cave :underthewx:

 

how's the caffeine holding up, btw!

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3 minutes ago, pcbjr said:

so I'm complaining publicly, and having done so will now go back into my cave :underthewx:

 

how's the caffeine holding up, btw!

The way to look at it is you get to see below freezing temps much more frequently than folks to your south. The way I see it is if you get freezing temps you get winter weather. I state before as a kid I lived near Cape Canaveral and I use to get jealous of the areas in north Florida (they would always get below freezing, not so much for us). My sister lives in Fort Myers. She hasn't seen freezing temps in a couple of years.      

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7 minutes ago, FallsLake said:

The way to look at it is you get to see below freezing temps much more frequently than folks to your south. The way I see it is if you get freezing temps you get winter weather. I state before as a kid I lived near Cape Canaveral and I use to get jealous of the areas in north Florida (they would always get below freezing, not so much for us). My sister lives in Fort Myers. She hasn't seen freezing temps in a couple of years.      

been thinking lately - if i could stand the accent, i'd move back to sw lower michigan for the winters! yup - we should be getting freezes - only 2 so far this year well bn oh well - back to the cave and this time i'm serious about retreating!

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1 minute ago, Snowless in Carrollton said:

At least you live in the frozen tundra of Florida. It could be worse !

and you live near Suches - where if it is ever going to snow in GA it will there

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4 minutes ago, Snowless in Carrollton said:

Only 15 miles from suches

Valley Above the Clouds - love that place and the road over to Vogel and then the Richard Russell up to Hog Pen! great snows there in my lifetime ...

Now back to the cave ....

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3 minutes ago, pcbjr said:

Valley Above the Clouds - love that place and the road over to Vogel and then the Richard Russell up to Hog Pen! great snows there in my lifetime ...

Now back to the cave ....

I have a feeling you're gonna be out of the cave a lot this coming week...

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2 minutes ago, AsheCounty48 said:

I have a feeling you're gonna be out of the cave a lot this coming week...

I hope you're feeling is right but for now, it's cave time ... :lightning:

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Complete bs. This cold blast is bs. Atlanta's high was 44 when forecasters were calling for 41 as a high. Countless days of temperatures verifying on the high side. It pisses me off that we have been stuck under a constant SER the whole damn fall. I'm so sick of these record high temps and why is it so easy for us lol to go +10 to +15 above average.. annoying as hell. All I want is cold weather.. sorry for the irrTional post. Just flustered 

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8 minutes ago, Eastatlwx said:

Complete bs. This cold blast is bs. Atlanta's high was 44 when forecasters were calling for 41 as a high. Countless days of temperatures verifying on the high side. It pisses me off that we have been stuck under a constant SER the whole damn fall. I'm so sick of these record high temps and why is it so easy for us lol to go +10 to +15 above average.. annoying as hell. All I want is cold weather.. sorry for the irrTional post. Just flustered 

Atlanta won't go under 25 degrees with an arctic front in December. Pretty impressive !

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2 hours ago, Jon said:

All doom and gloom in the SE forum about the SER then 96 posts in the disco thread today due to recent runs. Lol!

It's REALLY hard to judge the overall mood here lately. There's something worth looking at within 10 days but there's pure depression over the SER 12+ days away.

lol wut

Also, since when is there ANOTHER GFS Para?! And how's it verifying against the GFS? 

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