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Itstrainingtime

Central PA - February 2020

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31 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

I'll ignore your reference to JB and wholeheartedly agree with you about upcoming storm chances. If nothing else it SHOULD be active. 

JB was someone I sort of idolized years (and I mean years) ago. Today is sadly nothing resembling a good met. I for one do not listen to anything he says. 

Anyway, sorry to derail the thread, but I felt the need to defend JB.

In regard to your other point, the pattern should be very active. This winter might be salvageable if we get a few decent events in February. Then, if we score well in March just like we have the last 3 consecutive years, we might have a chance of reaching climo average.

#dontgiveup

#jimmyV

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7 minutes ago, Blizzard of 93 said:

Let’s agree to disagree on JB.

I think that he is great. A lot of major companies pay him for his forecast abilities. He must know a thing or two about forecasting the weather...

I did not mean to make it sound like I was insulting you.  I will not harp on JB.  He is fun to listen to.  

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1 minute ago, Bubbler86 said:

I did not mean to make it sound like I was insulting you.  I will not harp on JB.  He is fun to listen to.  

No harm, no foul good sir!

I’m looking forward to these last 2 months of winter storm tracking!

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Blizz plug your ears and shut your eyes.  0Z Nam comes in with low 60's for southern LSV tomorrow..  Upper 50's at MDT.  We might as well go for a 70 if the sun comes out.  Put a stamp on this heat wave.  

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23 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

Blizz plug your ears and shut your eyes.  0Z Nam comes in with low 60's for southern LSV tomorrow..  Upper 50's at MDT.  We might as well go for a 70 if the sun comes out.  Put a stamp on this heat wave.  

Haha! I will admit that it did feel great out there today! I will look forward to April weather, once we get to April...

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And to think, a couple of days ago, a lot of you were ready to call the coroner, funeral home, and cemetery to put to rest and bury what was left of calendar winter...lol

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11 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

The only person I saw putting the rest of February was psu.  

I generally stay away from that forum, so I didn't see it, but the depression level was elevating here as well. The models and indecies looked bad, and then, all of a sudden, band, decent pattern. Thing is, what's to say they don't flip back to bad again?

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Just now, Voyager said:

I generally stay away from that forum, so I didn't see it, but the depression level was elevating here as well. The models and indecies looked bad, and then, all of a sudden, band, decent pattern Thing is, what's to say they don't flip back to bad again?

I guess I was just defending our guys.  Did not remember anyone go over board.  I enjoy any situation that is far from norm...warm or cold...and I did punt this week from snow chances.

  

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23 minutes ago, Bubbler86 said:

I guess I was just defending our guys.  Did not remember anyone go over board.  I enjoy any situation that is far from norm...warm or cold...and I did punt this week from snow chances.

  

Sorry. My lack of work has been playing on my mind lately and making me a bit ornery...

When one is not productive, one gets depressed. Hopefully it changes VERY soon, because I can't take the boredom much longer...

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7 hours ago, Voyager said:

Sorry. My lack of work has been playing on my mind lately and making me a bit ornery...

When one is not productive, one gets depressed. Hopefully it changes VERY soon, because I can't take the boredom much longer...

Sorry to hear about the lack of work.   I bet it is stressful. 

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How about that!
@NWSStateCollege
5h
At 3:30 am: Fun fact...It's currently warmer in Bedford, PA (62F) than it is in Miami, FL (61F). #PAwx

Edit: Erie has a 41.9" snow deficit :o

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16 minutes ago, pawatch said:

How about that!
@NWSStateCollege
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At 3:30 am: Fun fact...It's currently warmer in Bedford, PA (62F) than it is in Miami, FL (61F). #PAwx

Edit: Erie has a 41.9" snow deficit :o

Assuming the eastern half of North America doesn't receive a bunch of makeup snow and a big storm I'll be interested to see who ends the season with percentage-wise the biggest deviant from average. 

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14 minutes ago, canderson said:

Assuming the eastern half of North America doesn't receive a bunch of makeup snow and a big storm I'll be interested to see who ends the season with percentage-wise the biggest deviant from average. 

A good guess for the MA region would be cannan valley area of WV.     They rely on upslope and clipper style systems and those haven’t existed this season.  

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19 minutes ago, canderson said:

Assuming the eastern half of North America doesn't receive a bunch of makeup snow and a big storm I'll be interested to see who ends the season with percentage-wise the biggest deviant from average. 

I'm not sure I'd make that assumption yet - we're entering an extremely active pattern and even if our backyards don't get back to normal snowfall, I suspect that some areas north and west of PA do. 

I'm becoming very intrigued about the next several weeks even for here. 

Edit: Oops, I read your email wrong. With that caveat, I agree with @Cashtown_Coop It's been brutal down there. 

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2 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

You're the middle of the sandwich...it's 50 down here too. Stop hogging all the cool air! 

I'm not, honest... You can have it! :D

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4 hours ago, canderson said:

Assuming the eastern half of North America doesn't receive a bunch of makeup snow and a big storm I'll be interested to see who ends the season with percentage-wise the biggest deviant from average. 

We still have been getting a decent amount of rain. Just not the white stuff.

Wonder how it all averages out...

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Took a peek at Wunderground map and it appears almost all of the LSV is into or almost into the 60's but eastern areas may fall a couple degrees short of yesterday.  Some spots in Adams, Franklin and Cumberland county making a run for 70.  Several 67's. 

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1 minute ago, Bubbler86 said:

Took a peek at Wunderground map and it appears almost all of the LSV is into or almost into the 60's but eastern areas may fall a couple degrees short of yesterday.  Some spots in Adams, Franklin and Cumberland county making a run for 70.  Several 67's. 

56 here. CAD? 

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