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This week is looking to be awesome. BRING THE WARMTH. 

Yall can keep whatever snow is being advertised, I don't want it.

SPRRRRRIIIIINNNNGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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5 minutes ago, mappy said:

This week is looking to be awesome. BRING THE WARMTH. 

Yall can keep whatever snow is being advertised, I don't want it.

SPRRRRRIIIIINNNNGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Yes..absolutely looking forward to the next few days and walks with the pup after work and probably hit the golf range too..havent really been able to do that for multiple days in a couple months now. Comfortably anyway.  If theres some winter to track next week, Ill embrace it and track it but I doubt it personally.

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18 minutes ago, mappy said:

This week is looking to be awesome. BRING THE WARMTH. 

Yall can keep whatever snow is being advertised, I don't want it.

SPRRRRRIIIIINNNNGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Fine with me! Those are some nice temps on Thursday/Friday

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5 minutes ago, RickinBaltimore said:

Fine with me! Those are some nice temps on Thursday/Friday

Friday and Sat really depend on that little backdoor cold front...if it holds off a little and we dont get the clouds and light rain shwoers friday we could get well into the 70s

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23 minutes ago, RickinBaltimore said:

Fine with me! Those are some nice temps on Thursday/Friday

and thats for me up north, probably warmer for those south :sun:

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1 hour ago, mappy said:

This week is looking to be awesome. BRING THE WARMTH. 

Yall can keep whatever snow is being advertised, I don't want it.

SPRRRRRIIIIINNNNGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Another nice thing about this?  Mostly clear days and dry (well other than very late week perhaps)!!!  Not dreary rain/drizzle for days on end.

I will admit, if an actual snow possibility shows up the following week, I'd be in for that and follow it.  But for now, damn, 60s and sun will feel really good!

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14 minutes ago, Always in Zugzwang said:

Another nice thing about this?  Mostly clear days and dry (well other than very late week perhaps)!!!  Not dreary rain/drizzle for days on end.

I will admit, if an actual snow possibility shows up the following week, I'd be in for that and follow it.  But for now, damn, 60s and sun will feel really good!

Dont forget not that windy either!

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4 minutes ago, Ji said:

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Don't worry it will still delay air traffic at the DC airports.

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4 minutes ago, Amped said:

Don't worry it will still delay air traffic at the DC airports.

Damage without the fringe benefits of snowfall. You guys ought to move out into nature and keep it simple.

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Since this is the long range weather thread ... looks like the snow chances are pretty much gone. Also looks to be an extended period of temps a little above average. I would love to see March 15 to April 15 be above normal, April 15 to May 15 normal, and May 15 to Sept 15 below normal LOL.

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Not easy to get a strong E-W elongated low over the continental divide like that.  

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36 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

Since this is the long range weather thread ... looks like the snow chances are pretty much gone. Also looks to be an extended period of temps a little above average. I would love to see March 15 to April 15 be above normal, April 15 to May 15 normal, and May 15 to Sept 15 below normal LOL.

Agree. I would love  above normal to end of April and then the heat of the summer below normal.  Let’s make it happen

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3 hours ago, mappy said:

This week is looking to be awesome. BRING THE WARMTH. 

Yall can keep whatever snow is being advertised, I don't want it.

SPRRRRRIIIIINNNNGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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i checked out of winter (and usually do) after february.  i love the seasons more so than i love snow.  i'll still be open to a march event, but it's go time.  bring on the mtb trails, the longer days, tshirt weather, and maybe even some cape/shear to track...and also the cicadas.

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9 minutes ago, 87storms said:

i checked out of winter (and usually do) after february.  i love the seasons more so than i love snow.  i'll still be open to a march event, but it's go time.  bring on the mtb trails, the longer days, tshirt weather, and maybe even some cape/shear to track...and also the cicadas.

Less than a week and sunset will be after 7PM...that in itself is pretty exciting

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10 minutes ago, Baltimorewx said:

Less than a week and sunset will be after 7PM...that in itself is pretty exciting

LOL, I just asked Google Assistant over lunch what time of sunset today is vs. a week from today...and was blown away when she informed me sunset was one hour and seven minutes later than today. Of course, my surprise was tempered when I suddenly remembered DST starts this weekend. #derp

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what happened? Bob chill came back again and everything fell apart!

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3 minutes ago, Ji said:

what happened? Bob chill came back again and everything fell apart!

In March he becomes Bob Anti-Chill  :lol:

 

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Can't wait to hear the first rumbles of a good Spring thunderstorm, to see shelf clouds rolling in on warm humid days & watching the sunset as the storms pass on. I enjoy watching the more knowledgeable folks in here discuss Winter weather, but it doesn't take long for me to miss t-storms lol. Gotta start shopping for a new camera soon.

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27 minutes ago, Ji said:

what happened? Bob chill came back again and everything fell apart!

Just like the January storm lol

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22 minutes ago, Weather Will said:

WB 12Z GEFS, still a couple of big hits but I think we’re on the mat...

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We aren’t on the mat. We are already in the ambulance.

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Not much to speak of on the Euro other than the back door front friday pushes a bit faster than some other models so therefore friday and saturday arent great days. Otherwise heights push north ahead of the next storm and it drives way up into the upper plains anyway so all we get is a frontal passage anyhow. 

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52 minutes ago, Ji said:

what happened? Bob chill came back again and everything fell apart!

A day 230 forecast didn't pan out? Shocker

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