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Meteorological Winter Banter Thread

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2 minutes ago, Qtown Snow said:

soon we will need a spring banter thread, then summer, then fall then back here again. just an fyi.

I am about to start the Meteorological Spring Weather Pattern Thread, unless you'd like to start it. 

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27 minutes ago, Qtown Snow said:

soon we will need a spring banter thread, then summer, then fall then back here again. just an fyi.

we're in the process of transitioning to just two seasons, summer & sprallter

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I don't know what all the complaint is about...shot of my back deck!

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^ congrats! 

Had that Jan.'16 but not this year :(

It's a New England February to remember.

 

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On 2/15/2017 at 7:08 AM, tombo82685 said:

The euro had like 2-3 for them. The nam has been pulling back since its 18z run that dropped 1-2" of qpf on them 

Looks like they had 1-2" of snow (not qpf).

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Really need to start remembering my nice camera ;)

I do love the low horizons out here.  Great for sunsets and stargazing.  

When I was down in Florida last weekend, I got to observe Canopus for the first time.  It's only about 10 degrees above the southern horizon, but just happened to be there at the perfect time to see it.  In the words of CSN, I'm looking forward to "seeing the Southern Cross for the first time" at some point.

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4 hours ago, mshaffer526 said:

Really need to start remembering my nice camera ;)

I do love the low horizons out here.  Great for sunsets and stargazing.  

When I was down in Florida last weekend, I got to observe Canopus for the first time.  It's only about 10 degrees above the southern horizon, but just happened to be there at the perfect time to see it.  In the words of CSN, I'm looking forward to "seeing the Southern Cross for the first time" at some point.

Cannabis? 😏

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9 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Image result for yawn gif

No other way to say it, anything that could go wrong, did go wrong this winter.  Wonder when these boom/bust winter season cycles end and we return to a near normal winter.

 

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1 hour ago, Rainshadow said:

No other way to say it, anything that could go wrong, did go wrong this winter.  Wonder when these boom/bust winter season cycles end and we return to a near normal winter.

 

I'd like to cut out the bust and just keep the boom going. 

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Going to be a beautiful day--get out there and enjoy it!

Certainly not ideal for the Lititz Fire and Ice festival, however.

 

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Heck if it isn't going to snow I can take this weather all day long. Beautiful out there today 

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Lots of upper 60s/low 70s this afternoon. Feels good sitting on the deck drinking beer in shorts

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NWr off the air this morning as we undergo an AWIPS update. LWX doing our forecast this morning. 

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