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GFS likes day 10-16? Never seen that before... 

Well past time to give these ridiculous maps a rest, crawl out of mom's basement and enjoy some other hobbies life has to offer.

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2 minutes ago, Yeoman said:

GFS likes day 10-16? Never seen that before... 

Well past time to give these ridiculous maps a rest, crawl out of mom's basement and enjoy some other hobbies life has to offer.

LOL--the GGEM---the worlds #2 model now(we use this line) everytime it shows snow also likes day 9-10

 

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This thread really is about tracking legit warmth. Not snow.

Just in case anyone is still somehow under any misconception to the contrary.

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3 hours ago, Weather Will said:

WB 12Z EURO.  Some flurry action this Saturday.

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Man, no!! Now look, if we are gonna fail, then fail properly...just go for the historical record (or at least not such an occurrence recorded since 1882). of not even a trace of snow recorded in February. But of course...I could see us finding a way to fail at failing, lol

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Man, no!! Now look, if we are gonna fail, then fail properly...just go for the historical record (or at least not such an occurrence recorded since 1882). of not even a trace of snow recorded in February. But of course...I could see us finding a way to fail at failing, lol
Imagine weenie moving to Worcester this winter hoping to have an epic winter ed3820cda7d46097159c9fd18359d095.jpg

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3 minutes ago, Ji said:

Imagine weenie moving to Worcester this winter hoping to have an epic winter ed3820cda7d46097159c9fd18359d095.jpg

Winters like these happen once a decade where everyone outside the northern mountains get screwed. 

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Just now, psuhoffman said:

Winters like these happen once a decade where everyone outside the northern mountains get screwed. 

Bring on La Nina. I will take my chances lol.

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

Bring on La Nina. I will take my chances lol.

Lol with some luck 2018 could have been a good year. Every so often you can get a good Nina but that might have been the year and we just got screwed. Most places around us had above normal snow that year. 

Frankly in the last 40 years our odds of a big year in anything other than a moderate nino are very low. It used to be a neutral was a pretty good enso state also but lately they mostly end up crap too. 

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3 hours ago, psuhoffman said:

Lol with some luck 2018 could have been a good year. Every so often you can get a good Nina but that might have been the year and we just got screwed. Most places around us had above normal snow that year. 

Frankly in the last 40 years our odds of a big year in anything other than a moderate nino are very low. It used to be a neutral was a pretty good enso state also but lately they mostly end up crap too. 

Agreed. And it actually was "good" here. Its all relative. Slightly above climo avg snowfall imby. Way better than last winter. And the bomb cyclone chase in Jan at the beach made it more memorable than it otherwise would have been for me.

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10 minutes ago, Weather Will said:

Shocker but 18Z GEFS took a step backwards or towards EPS but still leaves us with a chance mid month.  

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These maps have looked like this for more than 2 months and resulted in zero snow. It really is time to move on.

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These maps have looked like this for more than 2 months and resulted in zero snow. It really is time to move on.
What else can be said that hasn't already been said, but move on to the 70° probability maps from here on out. We are more likely to score on those than these past 3 months of snowless maps.

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In two weeks, it will be over one way or another.  People who think it is truly over are probably correct, but those people have also stopped looking at it until next year and could care less what I post.  Plus looking at weather maps gives me something to do on my long commute home.  Left the house at 5:30 am and getting home around 9 tonight.    Long day.  

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28 minutes ago, Weather Will said:

In two weeks, it will be over one way or another.  People who think it is truly over are probably correct, but those people have also stopped looking at it until next year and could care less what I post.  Plus looking at weather maps gives me something to do on my long commute home.  Left the house at 5:30 am and getting home around 9 tonight.    Long day.  

Maybe if you didn't spend your day posting worthless probability maps on a weather board all day you could leave earlier

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Just now, Siberian-Snowcover-Myth said:

You know this winter has been bad, when nobody has mentioned the  “Sun Angle” at all in their posts .

Sun angle this year will get us to 75

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10 minutes ago, Siberian-Snowcover-Myth said:

You know this winter has been bad, when nobody has mentioned the  “Sun Angle” at all in their posts .

Wrt weather, sun angle is completely irrelevant since there is a perpetually zero chance of snow. 

Now if you are talking D3 absorption and better moods and such, it is significant.

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5 hours ago, C.A.P.E. said:

Bring on La Nina. I will take my chances lol.

Man NO!!!!! La nothin'! If I had to choose between a nina like 2016/17 or 2017/18...and a winter like this, I'm tempted to pick this winter. See low snow totals + folks just east/northeast of ya cashing in feels worse than low snow totals and everybody getting screwed. The close misses are the heartbreakers...and la ninas, by nature, seem to have more of those than the other ENSO states.

Best place in MD to be during a la nina is the beaches (or perhaps Northeast MD). Otherwise, heartbreak...

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3 hours ago, Yeoman said:

Maybe if you didn't spend your day posting worthless probability maps on a weather board all day you could leave earlier

You don’t need to read them. Or better yet put him on ignore if it bothers you so much. It’s much better than being a complete jack off. 

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