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Fall Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

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11 hours ago, Baroclinic Zone said:

 

Looks like I'll end up with just about 2.5" over the 2 days.

 

11 hours ago, CoastalWx said:

Looks like 1.67 on reg gauge. Still low on Davis with 1.34. 

2.63 inches per the tipper.

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2 hours ago, dendrite said:

45/39 breezy and BKN skies. We fall.

I made a last minute trip to the 7/11 to get Megamillions tix...hallelujah the humidity is gone!!! Cannot wait to go walking tomorrow!

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Did anyone win the megamillions?

Bought a ticket but still in my car so I don't know if it won anything...even if it was a sub-jackpot prize. 

 

Edit: this was technically against my +EV gambling rule. It really needs to be closer to 650 million to be worth a ticket mathematically but I figured what the hell. 

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7 hours ago, ORH_wxman said:

Did anyone win the megamillions?

Bought a ticket but still in my car so I don't know if it won anything...even if it was a sub-jackpot prize. 

 

Edit: this was technically against my +EV gambling rule. It really needs to be closer to 650 million to be worth a ticket mathematically but I figured what the hell. 

It also needs to be that high to maintain a fun life after Uncle Sam takes a third lol.

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11 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

White peaks seen.  About to do more investigation.

Nice PF – hopefully the first report of October snow in the Greens on our web page, keep us posted!

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1.92” at UUU, rains wiped out an EOY golf event at pine hills in Plymouth (closed till afternoon) which I had organized, scrambled to try and find an open course , most opened later, walking only , still managed to get out though.

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Just now, CoastalWx said:

Where’s the #nice?

We don’t want to get too crazy and jump the gun here.  It sounds like there’s at least some snow, but PF is still in investigation mode, so we hold the #nice in our pocket for now.

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16 hours ago, dryslot said:

Was a great year for camping up here no doubt.

Maine's State Parks (which do not include Baxter, as it's under a different state agency) set a new high for camper nights.  Since some of the parks' campgrounds remain open, that record will get extended over the next few weeks.

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15 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

46 here this morning with clouds. Tough to get that cold without clear skies. Mitch should have snow.

Cloudy here and still mid 30s - as low 30s earlier.  Some echoes overhead, don't know if anything will reach the ground, but if so - maybe a few pingers?  (Probably not)

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15 minutes ago, tamarack said:

Cloudy here and still mid 30s - as low 30s earlier.  Some echoes overhead, don't know if anything will reach the ground, but if so - maybe a few pingers?  (Probably not)

It woukd be snow. The profile aloft gets constantly colder so it won’t be sleet. 

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