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It all depends on the timing of a potential CF..It always warms just ahead of it.. For W/C NY it's perfect timing to sizzle lol It doesn't make it to ENY until overnight.. But obviously 174 hours out, timing will change..

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28 minutes ago, brentrich said:

GFS is showing snowstorm on May 2nd, what's new? lol 

I don't mind the snow at all. I'm ready to fish though so I wouldn't mind some warmer weather between snowfalls to warm up the local lakes lol.

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This type of setup is not without precedent here. Jogged my memory back to 4.16.07 in Skaneateles. Didn't go on April break so was hoping the weather would be nice in NY. On the 16th during the day the deformation band was so strong that in a stripe from maybe Auburn to Camillus it stayed snow, turning to rain in most other places. Was an amazing and heavy snow. If I remember measurements we got well over a foot that day - most sticking during the morning hours. Could happen again somewhere!

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Hi everybody, I was being told that there were majority vote that I was not welcome in discord so I wanted to say I'm sorry for my behavior that I have caused to everyone in this forum that I have been trolling. I know it was wrong thing to do so I hope everyone will forgive me and we can move forward. 

 

I'm sure everybody knows by now that I love cold/snowy weather and I hate seeing warm/heat waves map so I'm going to respect other and I will post something with facts. Hope you don't mind my grammar since ASL (American Sign Language) is my first language, I'm deaf by the way!  Cheers! 

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20 hours ago, brentrich said:

Hi everybody, I was being told that there were majority vote that I was not welcome in discord so I wanted to say I'm sorry for my behavior that I have caused to everyone in this forum that I have been trolling. I know it was wrong thing to do so I hope everyone will forgive me and we can move forward. 

 

I'm sure everybody knows by now that I love cold/snowy weather and I hate seeing warm/heat waves map so I'm going to respect other and I will post something with facts. Hope you don't mind my grammar since ASL (American Sign Language) is my first language, I'm deaf by the way!  Cheers! 

Hey, Brent. Thanks for the apology. It stinks...but sometimes/often we have to deal with the consequences of our actions. It' definitely not fun to go through. I, like you, love cooler weather. I don't mind below normal days! :) 

I hope you enjoy the sunny day!

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3 hours ago, TugHillMatt said:

Hey, Brent. Thanks for the apology. It stinks...but sometimes/often we have to deal with the consequences of our actions. It' definitely not fun to go through. I, like you, love cooler weather. I don't mind below normal days! :) 

I hope you enjoy the sunny day!

Thanks man, I agree with you. It's no fun at all but time will heal for me. 

 

Meanwhile North Dakota is having a heck of winter and it's not over. Just wow! They received about 30 inches of snow recently last week and more on the way into May!

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Updated April 22nd, cool start into 1st week of May. Artic high pressure will help dislodge polar air southward.

Not a good trend for anyone who want a long lasting warmth. The warm air is sitting at north pole. 

Cool May means busy hurricane season. High chance east coast will get hit by major hurricane. 

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25 minutes ago, brentrich said:

Updated April 22nd, cool start into 1st week of May. Artic high pressure will help dislodge polar air southward.

Not a good trend for anyone who want a long lasting warmth. The warm air is sitting at north pole. 

Cool May means busy hurricane season. High chance east coast will get hit by major hurricane. 

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What's the connection?

 

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16 hours ago, cny rider said:

What's the connection?

 

Sorry for not getting back to you earlier. Was at work all day. To answer your question the EAR and BSR having a run with La Niña. The first two are like the Gulf Stream from East Asia and Bering Sea, always there; then down the West coast to bump into La or El Niña, where I've been hearing La doesn't want to move to it's Summer residence more towards the central Pacific.

This is a little old but is the tail end of last Winter. "In a normal year" the majority of the blue along the South American coast would migrate west and end up between Hawaii and Indonesia, but it's slow to do that this year.

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