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MVL mixed out to 69F now!  Those warm summit temps are finally doing their thing to the lower elevations.

Still a BKN cloud cover pretty low at 2-3kft but now getting some sunshine in.  The inversion layer moisture seems pretty shallow.

Been upper 50s to near 60F at 4,000ft most of the day, nice to get mix that down now.

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1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Nationwide torch after the first few days of Nov. Screaming pac jet . 

Definitely not a ideal look with the pig in Ak and PV retreating to the pole/strengthening on the eps 

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22 minutes ago, Allsnow said:

Definitely not a ideal look with the pig in Ak and PV retreating to the pole/strengthening on the eps 

That was the fear for those going snowy winter. The past years when pigs plant in Nov, they pig out for a long time . Will said if we see pig Nov, we are in trouble 

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12 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

That was the fear for those going snowy winter. The past years when pigs plant in Nov, they pig out for a long time . Will said if we see pig Nov, we are in trouble 

Just need to see what happens. It’s 300 hours out and lots can change. Just speaking locally (here) I have had the past two November’s cold and it has meant nothing for the upcoming winters. 
 

If this was December I would be more worried 

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21 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Weenies gone wild in here. Pig, snower, ratter....drinking started early. 

We cover it all in here.  Fears and dreams.

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Summer evening.  64/57 at 9pm.  Windows and doors still open.

Left work at 3pm and took the dog for a hike.  Shorts and t-shirt temperatures to the picnic table level.  Torch.

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32 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Looks like 1 or two days of scattered showers 

Actually... We are looking at some lighter showers Monday... Then more of a steadier rain Tuesday into Wednesay.  And... Theres a good chance that we will see rain from the storm sliding south of us Late Thursday into Friday. So.. That is more than 1 or 2 days. Just saying ;-)

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Warm night here, but nothing like you other weenies had. 53.7° and damp. It’s basically been straight 50s since Thursday.

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Nice day to stroll the beach and watch the surfers . Swell from Epsilon is here. Can see the outflow to the SE

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