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WINTER 2019/2020 BANTER

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8 hours ago, Jacob brooklyn said:

So I was wondering, I usually do not see plants and flowers sprouting this early usually mid march i think is normal. I also think that puts the kibosh on any upcoming winter weather. It's like the death knell. Another good expression for this winter. You guys agree? Or is there still hope??

From a horticulture perspective you do not want winter to return now. I have tons of perennials coming up on my campus. Add another week of warm weather next week and we will reach a point where the return of cold weather would damage this years bud sets. Let’s say we pulled off a late feb early March cold shot. 20s wouldn’t cause much damage but anything below 15 would be damaging 

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from the start I thought December and March would see the most snow this winter...I did not think there would be hardly nothing in January and February or being this mild...with the ao skyrocketing upward chances for significant snow are low...Hopefully March has some snow in it to make this winter a smidge better than horrible...

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daffodils are pushing through the ground here.   No ice on any lakes, even the parking lot piles from the 1/18 event are going fast....just no sign of winter at all...

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3 hours ago, Brian5671 said:

daffodils are pushing through the ground here.   No ice on any lakes, even the parking lot piles from the 1/18 event are going fast....just no sign of winter at all...

If it weren't for that nice December event, I would only have a few inches...

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so far this winters coldest consecutive 30 days is near 38.0...

1997-98 holds the record with 37.3 for the coldest consecutive 30 day period...

year...30 day ave temp...

2019-20.....38.0

1997-98.....37.3

2011-12.....37.0

1948-49.....36.3

1931-32.....35.8

2007-08.....35.7

1889-90.....35.6

1952-53.....35.5

2001-02.....35.4

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8 minutes ago, NutleyBlizzard said:

The only thing that would make up for this snowless winter is a HECS. Give me a blizzard of 1888 redux. Go big or go home.

I agree

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53 minutes ago, MJO812 said:

Snowy march incoming 

based on what?  The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.   There's currently nothing that supports a "snowy" March

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Top 5 worst KNYC.

This year is ranked # 3 for me. 

1. 01- 02 3.5 

2. 97- 98 5.5

3. 19 - 20 8 so far in Colts Neck 

4. 88 - 89 8.1

5. 94- 95 11.8

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16 minutes ago, PB-99 said:

Top 5 worst KNYC.

This year is ranked # 3 for me. 

1. 01- 02 3.5 

2. 97- 98 5.5

3. 19 - 20 8 so far in Colts Neck 

4. 88 - 89 8.1

5. 94- 95 11.8

96-97, 97-98,  98-99 have to be up there....

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9 minutes ago, Brian5671 said:

96-97  10, 97-98,  is # 2 .  98-99  12.7 have to be up there....

This year, # 3 for sure. 

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those that say winter is over will regret that very soon . im still forecasting l least two blizzard between now into march with many big snowstorms for sne area and i 95 area. i dont use mjo is joke changes every day .

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3 hours ago, Brian5671 said:

based on what?  The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.   There's currently nothing that supports a "snowy" March

Last few years we've had record warm Jan/Feb months but cold Nov & March. This is a repeating pattern. 

I'm on the cold/snowy March train. You'll start seeing it on the models by Feb 15-20 as wavelengths change due to seasonal effects.  

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1 minute ago, SnoSki14 said:

Last few years we've had record warm Jan/Feb months but cold Nov & March. This is a repeating pattern. 

I'm on the cold/snowy March train. You'll start seeing it on the models by Feb 15-20 as wavelengths change due to seasonal effects.  

Possible, however there's a lot less cold this year.   This has been an incredible torch

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2 minutes ago, SnoSki14 said:

Last few years we've had record warm Jan/Feb months but cold Nov & March. This is a repeating pattern. 

I'm on the cold/snowy March train. You'll start seeing it on the models by Feb 15-20 as wavelengths change due to seasonal effects.  

Even if flowers are out?

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1 minute ago, Brian5671 said:

Possible, however there's a lot less cold this year.   This has been an incredible torch

The EPO will be flipping negative and that will initially favor the west. 

The effects of a -PNA diminish substantially after Feb 20 and I could see the west & east both stay cold. 

Blocking will likely build too. 

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Is it really true that Joe Bastardi is still forecasting a cold and snowy February for the east coast? I read that on twitter. It has to be a joke right? Satire? 

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3 hours ago, Brian5671 said:

based on what?  The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.   There's currently nothing that supports a "snowy" March

 Based on my weenie senses

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1 hour ago, blizzard24 said:

those that say winter is over will regret that very soon . im still forecasting l least two blizzard between now into march with many big snowstorms for sne area and i 95 area. i dont use mjo is joke changes every day .

Why only Two?

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At least Philly can brag that they beat 72-73. 

Time Series Summary for Philadelphia Area, PA (ThreadEx)
Click column heading to sort ascending, click again to sort descending.
Rank
Ending Date
Total Snowfall Oct 1 to Apr 30
Missing Count
1 1973-04-30 T 0
2 2020-04-30 0.3 86
3 1998-04-30 0.8 0
4 1950-04-30 2.0 0
5 2012-04-30 4.0 0
- 2002-04-30 4.0 0
7 1931-04-30 4.1 0
8 1919-04-30 4.5 0
9 1951-04-30 4.6 0
10 1992-04-30 4.7 0
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11 minutes ago, snowman19 said:

Is it really true that Joe Bastardi is still forecasting a cold and snowy February for the east coast? I read that on twitter. It has to be a joke right? Satire? 

He gave up today 

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