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2 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

You got it backwards the strongest fastest and most skillfull survive

Everyone is out there gunning for huge strong bucks.

On a related note...that chronic wasting disease in deer is looking pretty serious. That's going to be culling a lot of the herd as well. Hopefully it doesn't make it up here and doesn't spread to humans.

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11 minutes ago, dendrite said:

Everyone is out there gunning for huge strong bucks.

On a related note...that chronic wasting disease in deer is looking pretty serious. That's going to be culling a lot of the herd as well. Hopefully it doesn't make it up here and doesn't spread to humans.

We are fooked if that can spread to humans. Walking dead comes to a town near you.

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8 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

30/30.  Frosty already. Should fog out soon.

It's 36F at 4,000ft.  Over at MWN, it's 34/-2, while BML and HIE are 29F and 28F respectively.  Valley bottom cold.

 

That's a sign of a cold night at the N NH pits...higher summits with low RH and rapidly radiating sfc air draining into the bowls.

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5 hours ago, Ginx snewx said:

Not in here, all wind threats underachieve way inland in NMA near the NH border, but you did lose power so there had to be wind

I said it in the nor Easter thread.

I lost power for 30 min, which is not uncommon. It was not a memorable event over the interior. Not all wind threats underachieve inland....hurricane Gloria and Feb 2010 to name a couple, certainly did not.

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On 10/27/2021 at 10:39 AM, Damage In Tolland said:

That cold first 10 days of November vanished faster than Pickles undies on Dilf night. 
Persistent Gulf of Alaska trough stuck there thru Mid Nov. All Pacific air behind fronts 

 

1 hour ago, Damage In Tolland said:
with surface high pressure in place with the ECMWF and
GEM shows a low pressure system emerging from the Mid Atlantic
region. Something to watch over the next few days as this could
yet be the first more widespread measurable snowfall of the
season. 

Welcome back bud.

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