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January 2020 General Discussions & Observations Thread

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30 minutes ago, Snow88 said:

No sign of changing ? What are you looking at ?

We could also go into a cold-cutter-cold pattern too like the GFS shows.

That's the risk you run without blocking. Still thinking the sustained cold/snow pattern waits until February with shades of 14/15 showing up.

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Just now, Rtd208 said:

Current temp is 66 here, very impressive for a nighttime temperature in January.

It's in the 60s up to Albany, I don't think I've ever seen this level of warmth at night in January 

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11 minutes ago, HVSnowLover said:

It's in the 60s up to Albany, I don't think I've ever seen this level of warmth at night in January 

 

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The next 8 days are still averaging 42degs., or 10degs. AN. (used 68/42 for today)

Month to date is  +8.7[41.5].        Should be +9.2[42.0] by the 20th.

62* here at 6am.     63* by 9am.   64* by 11am.  65* at Noon.      66* at 1pm.       This was the peak, lasted to 3pm.      61* at 5pm.    56* by 8pm.

 

All models have a little snow on the 18th.----'SnOw What'     CMC probably coldest for next 10 days.   EURO loaded with 50's.(+7 for next 10 days)   GFS: who cares.(it is -2 on  the next 17 days giving the month a +2.2 by the 29th.)

The first 21 days of the calendar winter  have averaged +8.7, with just one BN day.      Who predicted that would be the case.    Not I.

At any rate here is the next 16 days, averaged out.     Worth the wait?     Who knows.

2020011200_054@007_E1_knyc_I_NAEFS@EPSGR

 

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6 hours ago, HVSnowLover said:

It's only been 1 winter and 1 month that has been awful after many good years in a row.

At least in terms of referring to snowfall but personally I don't mind the warmth that much, I really care mainly about snow amounts rather than sustained cold (it's fairly rare to have a sustained snowpack at the coast anyway)

Snowfall has been unimpressive since 2016 IMBY. Many of the other storms since were misses out here, some by quite a lot.

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Just now, jfklganyc said:

The cutter for next weekend that has been like every other storm this season.

 

What are you looking at?

No one said that storm will be a snowstorm for us. Everyone is talking about the period after next weekend. 

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16 minutes ago, Snow88 said:

Are people trolling with these winters over posts ?

I don't think so Ant. The super warm temps have got everyone pessimistic. Get us some cold and a few inches, even after a front end dump that turns to rain, and people will fell better about things.

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3 minutes ago, weatherpruf said:

I don't think so Ant. The super warm temps have got everyone pessimistic. Get us some cold and a few inches, even after a front end dump that turns to rain, and people will fell better about things.

We all miss the winters from the early to mid 2000s.

But canceling winter on Jan 12 is foolish considering what the ensembles are showing moving forward.

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2 minutes ago, Snow88 said:

We all miss the winters from the early to mid 2000s.

But canceling winter on Jan 12 is foolish considering what the ensembles are showing moving forward.

I have mentioned this to you before. Ignore some of these posts and don't reply, they do it to get a rise out of people and derail the forum and you fall for it every single time.

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Just now, Rtd208 said:

I have mentioned this to you before. Ignore some of these posts and don't reply, they do it to get a rise out of people and derail the forum and you fall for it every single time.

Yes but it's annoying seeing it over and over again every single winter .

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1 minute ago, Snow88 said:

Yes but it's annoying seeing it over and over again every single winter .

IGNORE THEM!  and do yourself a favor, BLOCK THEM like I have. It will save you the headache. For all we know these people could be the moderators/administrators just trying to stir a debate lol.

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1 minute ago, Rtd208 said:

IGNORE THEM!  and do yourself a favor, BLOCK THEM like I have. It will save you the headache. For all we know these people could be the moderators/administrators just trying to stir a debate lol.

I only wish that ignored posters posts didn't show up when someone quotes them.

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6 hours ago, CPcantmeasuresnow said:

Never in my lifetime, and not something I hoped I'd ever see. Kind of scary when you think about what could follow in years to come.

Sooner or later have to figure we get a stretch like this in summer when the consequences will be worse than just wrecking a winter month.  

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41 minutes ago, Rtd208 said:

IGNORE THEM!  and do yourself a favor, BLOCK THEM like I have. It will save you the headache. For all we know these people could be the moderators/administrators just trying to stir a debate lol.

Totally agree. Some people are here just to share facts as they are, like those facts or not! Other people are here just to celebrate that it’s going to be warm, or specifically that there is no chance of snow simply to disappoint other people. Pathetic. At this point I have so many people on ignore that some days I’m missing entire pages! Well worth it.

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Ha! Look at that! A line of thunderstorms broke up before reaching the NYC Metro area. Can't even get a good thunderstorm in January!

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As much as I am not a snow lover... Ive seen this many times over the years. Winter isn't over here until the end of March. At ANY time we can get a major snowfall here in the next 2 months and it's more likely than not.

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Through 7 am, new daily record high temperatures were set in cities including Albany, Allentown, Boston, Bridgeport, Harrisburg, Hartford, Poughkeepsie, Providence, and Worcester. The sun will return over the next hour or two in the New York Metro area.

However, the warmest readings of January are now ending. The January 20-31 period looks to be colder than normal overall with a mean temperature around 28° +/- 2° for the period as a whole for New York City.

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35 minutes ago, TriPol said:

Ha! Look at that! A line of thunderstorms broke up before reaching the NYC Metro area. Can't even get a good thunderstorm in January!

lol I was wondering where the hell did it go. Vanished at the Hudson river. Does look like just north of the city may of got a little something. At the GWB though it just fell apart.

Temp is 66 but dewpoint falling into the 50s, with a few breaks in the clouds.

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27 minutes ago, tek1972 said:

As much as I am not a snow lover... Ive seen this many times over the years. Winter isn't over here until the end of March. At ANY time we can get a major snowfall here in the next 2 months and it's more likely than not.

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We have never seen a prolonged stretch of warm weather like this. We have never seen temperatures close to 70° at night in the middle of January.

walk outside right now in shorts and a T-shirt sun is coming out to our west… You have never seen anything like this before on January 11 

 

I don’t know what the rest of the winter holds, but this stretch of January weather has been simply unprecedented. It is time to stop comparing this to previous warm winters and acknowledge we are in a new league now.

The cooler week ahead features temperatures at least 10° above normal with two days in the mid 50s. That is the big cool down coming tonight. Unprecedented

 

 

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