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December Banter 2019


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2 minutes ago, Prestige Worldwide said:

Just my opinion but the absolute worst winter pattern is ice cold and dry then it gets mild when the inevitable cutter hits and then cold right after. Not a fan- I’d rather just have warm weather the whole time. 

I actually like the weather we have had for the last month. Persistently chilly, no brutal cold, but not warm either. Not a snow pattern, and pretty close to a shutout in reality(esp for the coastal plain) yet it feels like it should for this time of year. I would honestly take this for the rest of the winter vs. a torchy pattern.

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15 minutes ago, C.A.P.E. said:

I actually like the weather we have had for the last month. Persistently chilly, no brutal cold, but not warm either. Not a snow pattern, and pretty close to a shutout in reality(esp for the coastal plain) yet it feels like it should for this time of year. I would honestly take this for the rest of the winter vs. a torchy pattern.

Yeah the weather this past month has been quite enjoyable. Very refreshing 

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Not often I can say I golfed 18 holes right after, and no more then 15 minutes from the location of a record tying "snowstorm'"

 

307 
SXUS71 KLWX 050229
RERIAD

RECORD EVENT REPORT 
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC
928 PM EST WED DEC 04 2019

...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM SNOWFALL TIED AT WASHINGTON DULLES DC...

A RECORD SNOWFALL OF A TRACE WAS TIED AT WASHINGTON DULLES AIRPORT 
TODAY. THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF TRACE LAST SET IN 2016.

WEATHER RECORDS FOR THE STERLING/DULLES VIRGINIA AREA HAVE BEEN KEPT 
AT WHAT IS NOW WASHINGTON DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SINCE 1960.

ALL CLIMATE DATA ARE CONSIDERED PRELIMINARY UNTIL REVIEWED BY THE 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION (NCEI).

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RCM

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, C.A.P.E. said:

The December CanSIPS is out, and it's telling Ji he should cancel winter.

Basically every month for the next year is AN temps except April which is BN. Love me a CanSips mild torchy winter and cold rainy April lol. Maybe our big snow is early April this year. It's like taking the over in a football game....you're never really out of it until the bitter end.

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4 minutes ago, Ralph Wiggum said:

Basically every month for the next year is AN temps except April which is BN. Love me a CanSips mild torchy winter and cold rainy April lol. Maybe our big snow is early April this year. It's like taking the over in a football game....you're never really out of it until the bitter end.

That’s a great analogy.

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1 hour ago, C.A.P.E. said:

I actually like the weather we have had for the last month. Persistently chilly, no brutal cold, but not warm either. Not a snow pattern, and pretty close to a shutout in reality(esp for the coastal plain) yet it feels like it should for this time of year. I would honestly take this for the rest of the winter vs. a torchy pattern.

Agree except for the last few days when the temp has basically been stuck between 35-45. Boring. I need something below freezing.

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FRD had a depressing post about the AO in the main thread.  Maybe this is what many of the seasonals were picking up on with their warm December predictions?  So far the eastern CONUS has been dodging the worst of the consequences.  Never good to live on the edge of the cliff though.

 

Edit: Actually, sometimes it can be good to be on the cold side of the rain-to-snow transition line.  Always nerve-racking though.

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My dad found this article on Yahoo (I know it's not the best source) about a claim how Buffalo, NY hasn't experienced agw like the rest of the country has.  I'm trying to see why the two charts for temperature and precipitation trends differ so much from the supported research.  Thoughts? https://www.citylab.com/environment/2019/12/climate-change-displacement-refuge-city-buffalo-new-york/602758/?utm_medium=offsite&utm_source=yahoo&utm_campaign=yahoo-non-hosted&yptr=yahoo

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