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Fall 2017 Banter Thread

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1938 saw a 90 degree day in mid October...there was 10" of snow on the ground at the end of the upcoming November...same for 1939 and the upcoming winter was very cold...

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1 hour ago, dWave said:

I was waiting for the Bronx one. It'll be interesting to compare to. I'm on the other side of the NYBG, just under 2 miles SE of Lehman. 

It will be great to get the rainfall and wind measurements which have been lacking for the Bronx.

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3 hours ago, IrishRob17 said:

The littering of my yard in leaves has begun already, which seems a touch early for IMBY

Definitely early here, although our one Dogwood has been dropping leaves since late August.  It has something to do with that particular tree though, since the other Dogwood is green and healthy.

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It's going to be difficult to get 90s when the greatest height rises are to our north, that combined with tropical influences could prevent us from hitting 90.

It's also tough to get that high post 9/15, it would be record breaking if we saw 90s. 

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1 hour ago, SnoSki14 said:

It's going to be difficult to get 90s when the greatest height rises are to our north, that combined with tropical influences could prevent us from hitting 90.

It's also tough to get that high post 9/15, it would be record breaking if we saw 90s. 

we break record highs all the time now

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29 minutes ago, forkyfork said:

we break record highs all the time now

We hit 90 here around October 10th back in 2007.

 

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7 hours ago, IrishRob17 said:

The littering of my yard in leaves has begun already, which seems a touch early for IMBY

Some trees are already at full color and many are mixed and dropping leaves, it started about two weeks ago and has been accelerating. I was up and down the Taconic twice the last two weeks and into the far western Berkshires above 1400 feet yesterday and it is definitely fall already. This is at least two weeks early south of about I90.  I will be up in central VT tomorrow and the NEK on Wednesday and I fully expect to see bare trees up there.

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MAM update on Jose, and future Lee

 

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I think Jose hits New York City area Irene style tucked but tropical storm Maria ("Lee" was a misprint)hits Cape Hatteras and scoots completely east.

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Gives new meaning to heavy wet snow.

0810 AM     HEAVY SNOW       2 SE MONTANA CITY       46.52N 111.90W
09/16/2017  M15.0 INCH       JEFFERSON          MT   TRAINED SPOTTER

            POWER IS OUT. LOST PART OF CHERRY TREE DO TO THE WEIGHT
            OF THE SNOW. 2.21 INCHES OF LIQUID EQUIVALENT
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what an awful forecast. jose is weakening right now. remember when the nhc warned about upgrading the gfs and it was upgraded anyway?

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On 9/15/2017 at 10:01 PM, WeatherFeen2000 said:

MAM update on Jose, and future Lee

 

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I think Jose hits New York City area Irene style tucked but tropical storm Maria ("Lee" was a misprint)hits Cape Hatteras and scoots completely east.

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Well GFS just pitched a perfect game with the 0Z, no precipitation for all 16 days, and maybe a return to normal temperatures after Maria misses the 28th.

Normal 850mb temps. now are 12C >>>9C by Oct. 1, and we seem to stay above that almost exclusively.

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11 hours ago, Juliancolton said:

Sickening. Reports of a kindergarten collapse from the quake while in session, with 100 children unaccounted for.

 

:( was the damage from this worse than what occurred with the 8.3 quake a few weeks ago?

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Judging by the GFS and CMC, there will no more precipitation this month---as the temperature stays above normal everyday, save the 30th. Boring but enjoyable.

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1 hour ago, CIK62 said:

Judging by the GFS and CMC, there will no more precipitation this month---as the temperature stays above normal everyday, save the 30th. Boring but enjoyable.

This has had to have been one of the most boring weather periods I can ever recall, at least locally. Hopefully winter livens things up.

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