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  1. Noticed that the CPC composite ensemble map centered on the 27th looks like cutter city, but not necessarily torchy. Maybe it's col/dry then warm/wet.
  2. Can you imagine if we lived in this area?
  3. As Mitch alluded... https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2017/02/13/weather-service-suffers-catastrophic-outage-website-stops-sending-forecasts-warnings/?utm_term=.53057ecc0707
  4. I'm throwing in the towel on an okay winter. I won't be mad if we get a freak snowstorm, but I would just want it all to melt immediately so that we can get on with softball season. Turn out the lightsThe party's overThey say that allGood things must endCall it a nightThe party's overAnd tomorrow next winter startsThe same old thing again
  5. This event really has performed well. It hasn't been this windy this long here since our last tropical storm/hurricane.
  6. I don't know about anyone else, but this wind event performed accordingly around here. It hasn't been this windy this long since the last tropical storm/hurricane.
  7. Brian, what is the color scale indicating? If you look at the barbs on the wind vectors, it's meh. Maybe I'm not understanding what is being depicted?
  8. Copyrights FTW!
  9. When I posted this, I put it in the wrong thread. To piggy-back off of Tony: The CPC D+11 analog composite centered on February 19 lists two KUs (1978, 1983) and lists another date that is two days away from another KU (1969).
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  11. I almost didn't want to come into the office! But nobody busted my chops.
  12. The CPC D+11 analog composite centered on February 19 lists two KUs (1978, 1983) and lists another date that is two days away from another KU (1969). Would be nice to see more pop up. The CPC D+8 analog composite centered on February 16 displays a dry (nearly all the US) and cold (eastern US) map.
  13. Did the low form off the coast form at a higher latitude than modeled in the 2/8 0Z and 2/8 12Z runs? I'm wondering if that is the major culprit for the lack of action down southwest near me. Warm ground temperatures/delayed onset or not, we never really received any high intensity qpf.
  14. Only a light coating in Middletown. It never accumulated on paved surfaces. The modeled intensities never came to fruition down near me, not even with the rain.