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8 minutes ago, TugHillMatt said:

Disagree. The wind was certainly chilly but the late April sun is MUCH warmer on the skin.

If you're protected by the wind, you can definitely feel the higher angle. It's pretty amazing. When I was in Brazil (on the Amazon), the sun was almost overhead and its strength was very noticeable.

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19 minutes ago, vortmax said:

If you're protected by the wind, you can definitely feel the higher angle. It's pretty amazing. When I was in Brazil (on the Amazon), the sun was almost overhead and its strength was very noticeable.

Indeed! When were you in Brazil?

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13 hours ago, TugHillMatt said:

Disagree. The wind was certainly chilly but the late April sun is MUCH warmer on the skin.

Long day at work unfortunately.

I rode my bike to work at sunrise and the sun was pretty low when I was returning home.

I'm looking forward to feeling that sun this weekend.:sun:

 

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13 hours ago, TugHillMatt said:

Disagree. The wind was certainly chilly but the late April sun is MUCH warmer on the skin.

Long day at work unfortunately.

I rode my bike to work at sunrise and the sun was pretty low when I was returning home.

I'm looking forward to feeling that sun this weekend.:sun:

 

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2 hours ago, cny rider said:

Long day at work unfortunately.

I rode my bike to work at sunrise and the sun was pretty low when I was returning home.

I'm looking forward to feeling that sun this weekend.:sun:

 

Aw, so you didn't get the opportunity, but I'm excited you will have this weekend to enjoy it. Thank you for your continued service in the medical service fields of society!

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14 hours ago, DeltaT13 said:

There is no reason to take these maps seriously for any long range. 
 

This was posted on the 28th

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This was posted today for the basically the same time period. 
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I'm not so sure. They've been pretty accurate since I've been following them. The mid range change dramatically in modeling quite quickly this time around. Next week was cold for a long time then switched to above. 

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On 5/2/2022 at 10:00 AM, Flying MXZ said:

Wow, didn't realize it was that "cold".  At least the worst month of the year is over.  

Isn’t is funny that suddenly KBUF and KSYR are now in the same ballpark as KROC and KART?

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3 hours ago, BuffaloWeather said:

I'm not so sure. They've been pretty accurate since I've been following them. The mid range change dramatically in modeling quite quickly this time around. Next week was cold for a long time then switched to above. 

There must be something or someone that tracks this, I don't put a ton of stock in them.  Those two maps for the same time period came out 4 days apart and are polar opposites of each other.  4 days man....

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2 hours ago, BuffaloWeather said:

Yeah KBUF thermometer must be fixed or the urban heating thing is all but confirmed as April was pretty cloudy. 

Exactly, that device is surrounded by massive parking lots.

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1 hour ago, BuffaloWeather said:

We're going from winter right to summer again. 50s to 80s. Looks to lock in long term too. 

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This happens, it seems, every May...snow to summer in a week.

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