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Mid to Long Term Discussion 2021


jburns
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We will witness the entire life cycle of emotionally driven storm tracking here this week.  People expressing optimisism about supression will evolve to people posting about sun angle and soil temps which will evolve into finger pointing when a warm nose appears on the 48 hour NAM. It will end with ritual mass suicide after DC ends up with a foot and we watch the 20s roll in a mere hours after the precip exits.

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Considering this is likely our last threat to track, why don’t we try something different? What say we start a thread absurdly early (like today) to circumvent any conspiracies surrounding when it’s created?

 

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46 minutes ago, WSchew said:

Considering this is likely our last threat to track, why don’t we try something different? What say we start a thread absurdly early (like today) to circumvent any conspiracies surrounding when it’s created?

It’s honestly not a bad idea since it’s probably our last hurrah.  :lol:  Good way to go out before grilling amid the tornadoes.

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47 minutes ago, magpiemaniac said:

It’s honestly not a bad idea since it’s probably our last hurrah.  :lol:  Good way to go out before grilling amid the tornadoes.

Let's get one blue pixel on on a clown map first

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15 hours ago, nwohweather said:

Looking at the models it looks like Spring is safely here :clap:

I would think your location is the new Florida north with around 9 months of summer and 3 months of spring. The new norm is one meaningful snowstorm every 10 years or so. Nov-March a couple days of highs in the 40's and lows in the 20's. Great place to avoid any winter weather in the southeast and yes you will be having summer weather in your neck of the woods in no time.

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7 hours ago, Jmoon said:

I would think your location is the new Florida north with around 9 months of summer and 3 months of spring. The new norm is one meaningful snowstorm every 10 years or so. Nov-March a couple days of highs in the 40's and lows in the 20's. Great place to avoid any winter weather in the southeast and yes you will be having summer weather in your neck of the woods in no time.

Ha I tell people this all the time, we basically have Jacksonville weather. If you look at the climate data they're super similar.

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Only about a 3-5 degree difference October thru April

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15 hours ago, nwohweather said:

Ha I tell people this all the time, we basically have Jacksonville weather. If you look at the climate data they're super similar.

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Only about a 3-5 degree difference October thru April

Your right. Very true. Pretty close to the same climates. You went from a north pole type of climate to almost a tropical paradise in the winter months down there. 

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