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March Long Range Discussion


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The late week event isn't LR anymore, but since it is being discussed here still..

The real story is it's looking like a respectable period of rain for the warm part of the storm. Probably a decent soaking of an inch+ the way it looks now, and with no rain for going on 3 weeks, it is needed. The colder air that comes in as the precip is ending still may produce a little snow, but doesn't appear it would last long or be cold enough at the surface to amount to anything.

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2 hours ago, CAPE said:

The late week event isn't LR anymore, but since it is being discussed here still..

The real story is it's looking like a respectable period of rain for the warm part of the storm. Probably a decent soaking of an inch+ the way it looks now, and with no rain for going on 3 weeks, it is needed. The colder air that comes in as the precip is ending still may produce a little snow, but doesn't appear it would last long or be cold enough at the surface to amount to anything.

yup. meanwhile, temps for next week through April are long term discussion and should be here :) 

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19 minutes ago, CAPE said:

Looks like plenty of 50s and some low 60s for next week. Pretty typical.

I'm a fan of high 50's low 60's. Even high 50's is short sleeve weather when you're out in the sun. Looks dry too. Perfect potato growing weather. Cold and wet causes seed potatoes to rot.

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