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22 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Empty the suitcases of money, fill them up with 4-packs of Double IPAs.

Made a lot of summer money off of Massholes escaping the HHH of city life and of course their ladies were very fun to party with. 

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35 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

A large part of the NNE population is trying to figure out how to melt this snow as fast as possible, ha.  The "normal" folks are so far over winter they can already see summer.  

And yes, you guys make the bucks in the financial sectors and stuff like that... then load that money into your car, drive it up here, and dump it into a big pile of dollar bills in the center of town and everyone comes out to grab a share of it.  That's basically the tourism industry in a nutshell when you really dumb it down :lol:.

 

23 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Empty the suitcases of money, fill them up with 4-packs of Double IPAs.

Same in PWM, just moreso in the Summer vs. Winter.  

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2 hours ago, 512high said:

So Tip this "potential" has been out there for over a week? I believe you were one of the first to note it, with that said, Scott says needs mouth to mouth but is "there", 24 hours from now thought on that signal status? And I'm sorry which model is hinting, few have dropped it ,correct?

Hi, 

...just so we're clear, the "signal" was the change toward a meridian circulation structure over N/A; those that are well-correlated with the +PNA phase. 

Looking for a specific event withing that regime change has been a bear ...but is also a different event/daily effort.  If one sees something amplifying into a flow change like that described above, that becomes a different sort of ... I guess signal - but we weren't up to this point ever actually following anything that specific... The era of interest if you will was the 17th through ~ the 24th or so and that remains, so long as the PNA does indeed sequence through that robust positive SD. 

I mentioned with half-sarcasm days ago that it was puzzling that the models et al were failing to in fact pick up on anything inside the period of amplitude - referring to it tongue-in-cheek as a "gutted PNA" ... still as of now, it is amazing to see that robust of a ridge and have such a pallid coupled downstream trough and/or impulse timed to take advantage of that... It just may come down to bad luck (don't tell ..whoever hates the word) that there's no S'W available spatial-temporally.  The heights over Florida and adjacent SW Atlantic Basin are also compressible .. the velocities down. There's really is an open-door opportunity for mad EC amplitude with that western ridge ...

Yet the Euro swashes the whole structure half way to England and leaves the enter thermal tapestry S of the border in mid May by D9....  It is possible that the "signal" in so far as the pattern orientation will be proven a red herring all along, and have trouble reaching the amplitude of the American -based tele spread; we'll just have to see which way it goes and we'll probably start to get a better sniff of it Saturday+

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25 minutes ago, tunafish said:

 

Same in PWM, just moreso in the Summer vs. Winter.  

Its just moves further north in winter.................;)

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31 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Made a lot of summer money off of Massholes escaping the HHH of city life and of course their ladies were very fun to party with. 

It’s fun for 15 minutes and then it clouds up and rains. We beach. 

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2 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

It’s fun for 15 minutes and then it clouds up and rains. We beach. 

Imagine this with sustained 50 with 70 mph gusts

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37 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

Made a lot of summer money off of Massholes escaping the HHH of city life and of course their ladies were very fun to party with. 

MILF'S?

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4 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

I’ve enjoyed everyone I have tried from Hill.  I prefer them to TH

Kevin just started tossing and turning in bed.

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30 minutes ago, HoarfrostHubb said:

I get why people love Tree House. Just not my fave.   Neat place. Great beer.  Nice selection.  

It's a ridiculous fad and contrary to what constitutes good brewing practices.  This is not to say they are not good brewers and they definitely make some tasty beers but the New England IPA has become a parody of itself.  Brew me a clean crisp pilsner and I'll rain down praise.

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5 hours ago, J.Spin said:

Sounds like more SNE folklore.  Most of us too busy doing actual NNE stuff this time of year.

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On average though, the Mansfield snowpack is going to start decreasing in just a few short weeks, and it’s only going to be around for another 2 to 3 months, so the locals are definitely freaking out.  The apprehension was overtly palpable as I traveled through town today.

Another 2-3 months.  

Lol.

What a difference elevation and a few ticks north make.  

By then we will deep into cursing another cold, damp spring, ...and then the tiny bugs arrive.

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16 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

It's a ridiculous fad and contrary to what constitutes good brewing practices.  This is not to say they are not good brewers and they definitely make some tasty beers but the New England IPA has become a parody of itself.  Brew me a clean crisp pilsner and I'll rain down praise.

Yeah but their NEIPAs are still the best....hence the following. 

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12 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

Yeah but their NEIPAs are still the best....hence the following. 

Oh' when they are well executed I love them but there are a lot of poorly executed beers out there.  The reality is some Western and Midwestern pro brewery's do a better NEIPA than many NE breweries.  (Pipeworks, Melvin, Bells, Bear Republic and of course Sierra Nevada)

Tree House and Trillium are fine but Alchemist, Lawson's, Hill Farmstead, Bissel Bros., Maine Beer, Cambridge Brewing Co etc make superior beers.

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4 minutes ago, Whineminster said:

Euro nice and cold for next weekend, #preserveourpack

Won’t be much left after today and tomorrow. Preserve parking lot piles?

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27 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Seems like next week isn’t going to cooperate. Would be nice since it appears useless cold shots may come.

Cooperate w what ....being mild? Serious question as I’ve been checked out

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Looks like the chance for some decent cold, relative to the time of the year, on the horizon. Hopefully they moderate some. The 00z GFS was trying to drop -30C over CAR. No thanks.

It's only 3/15 though. We're not going to make it through the rest of the season without a little more snow, at least up here. 2012 isn't walking through that door.

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