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cbelke last won the day on November 16 2018

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About cbelke

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    Skywarn #BKPA-012
  • Birthday 10/14/1966

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    Sellersville, PA Elevation: 505'
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    Weather, of course. Golf, hunting, fishing, and relaxing with a cold beer.

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  1. cbelke

    Temps/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    9F @ 6:30 AM What a warm up! Almost time to get the summer clothes back out.
  2. Agreed. We can just blame Tony. Its easier. 😮
  3. I vote for 48 hours or less, and I'm leaning towards 24 hours or less. That way there is only two days or less of ensuing public panic at the food markets. Honestly, I agree with the starting it too early. Don't start a thread until the system has made landfall and can be sampled, modeled, and hit with radar.
  4. cbelke

    Temps/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    6:15 AM in my backyard. Wind gusting to 30mph .
  5. Looks like .65" of rain (damn!!!) and a high of 38F. Temps now at 31.5F with gusting to 25 mph. Guess the bottom is about to drop out.
  6. Yes they do. I used to go up there with my snowmobile years ago. Lots of them.
  7. I'm surprised they are lined up, I would think they would be out running.
  8. .5", 34.4F I went out for dinner last night at 6 PM in Montgomeryville, PA (32F) and when we left at 8:30 PM (33F) there was about an inch of wet snow on the ground, and it was just starting to change over. Made for a fun drive home, thankfully not a lot of people on the roads. Home by 9 PM, (34F) and it was coming down heavy, as rain. Very quick change over with minimal temperature change at ground level. There was a lot happening aloft for sure.
  9. cbelke

    Temps/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

  10. cbelke

    Lawn/Garden/Golf Thread

    I hear the ticking of a time bomb!!!