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  1. snowlurker

    Temps/Obs/Boring Weather Discussion

    Down here, today ended up being an even better day than yesterday. A+++
  2. EXPERTS PREDICT A LONG, DEEP SOLAR MINIMUM: If you like solar minimum, good news: It could last for years. That was one of the predictions issued last week by an international panel of experts who gathered at NOAA's annual Space Weather Workshop to forecast the next solar cycle. If the panel is correct, already-low sunspot counts will reach a nadir sometime between July 2019 and Sept 2020, followed by a slow recovery toward a new Solar Maximum in 2023-2026. "We expect Solar Cycle 25 will be very similar to Cycle 24: another fairly weak maximum, preceded by a long, deep minimum," says panel co-chair Lisa Upton, a solar physicist with Space Systems Research Corp.
  3. snowlurker

    enhanced risk of severe storms 4/14-4/15

    This is a big deal for our (admittedly) little state.
  4. snowlurker

    enhanced risk of severe storms 4/14-4/15

    Saw on news last night that there was a (suspected?) EF-2 near Seaford in Sussex County, DE.
  5. snowlurker

    enhanced risk of severe storms 4/14-4/15

    Very intense wind and rain woke up everyone on the west side of the house.
  6. snowlurker

    Meteorological Spring Banter Thread

    Seriously
  7. snowlurker

    Meteorological Spring Banter Thread

    EXPERTS PREDICT A LONG, DEEP SOLAR MINIMUM: If you like solar minimum, good news: It could last for years. That was one of the predictions issued last week by an international panel of experts who gathered at NOAA's annual Space Weather Workshop to forecast the next solar cycle. If the panel is correct, already-low sunspot counts will reach a nadir sometime between July 2019 and Sept 2020, followed by a slow recovery toward a new Solar Maximum in 2023-2026. "We expect Solar Cycle 25 will be very similar to Cycle 24: another fairly weak maximum, preceded by a long, deep minimum," says panel co-chair Lisa Upton, a solar physicist with Space Systems Research Corp.
  8. snowlurker

    FV3 Future GFS Implementation Date Postponed UFN.

    I finally figured out the nomenclature: Failure Version 3-God Forsaken Snow (machine)
  9. snowlurker

    Friday 3/29/2019

    Congratulations Brian ☀️☀️☀️🍾🥂
  10. Now you're talking, Tom!
  11. Apologies to Tom in advance, but Hallelujah!
  12. Do you mean that the global wind relative atmospheric angular momentum is less thsn -1?
  13. As an indication of the strength of the storm, yesterday evening in Middletown, DE, I saw the most intense rainbow ever and a double to boot! The photo doesn't do it justice.
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