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Winter 2021-22


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22 minutes ago, nw baltimore wx said:

I am actually a little surprised that the scale is Fahrenheit and not Celsius.

The scale's color scheme seems more dramatic than the actual numbers, but is still warmer nonetheless.   

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29 minutes ago, SnowenOutThere said:

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Found a preview of this winter except for one storm that hammers North Carolina but gets suppressed. 

 

Get ready for the inland trackers, coastal huggers and of course our friend the  "cutter". 

 

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I would pay good money for a nice regionwide 6" - 10" Miller A that starts at sunset Christmas Eve and continues until late morning Christmas Day. Have it get cool afterward for a bit reinforced with a clipper in time for New Year's Day. If winter ends after that, so be it. 

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2 hours ago, Eskimo Joe said:

I would pay good money for a nice regionwide 6" - 10" Miller A that starts at sunset Christmas Eve and continues until late morning Christmas Day. Have it get cool afterward for a bit reinforced with a clipper in time for New Year's Day. If winter ends after that, so be it. 

You could accomplish this by just going on a two week vacation.

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3 minutes ago, osfan24 said:

Let's hope this is accurate but delayed a month or so.

If we're extrapolating from last year's SSW, it does seem like they get somewhat postponed by a period of a few weeks compared to how they are modeled, but that's purely speculative. 

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1 hour ago, Cobalt said:

If we're extrapolating from last year's SSW, it does seem like they get somewhat postponed by a period of a few weeks compared to how they are modeled, but that's purely speculative. 

But it would be similar to last year if the vortex started weak and then was disrupted early. I think last winter the SSW was right after New Years?

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