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4Word

What to expect for tomorrow?

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Hi everyone.  Last winter was the first winter without my dad, who lost his battle with cancer at age 65.  He was, like so many of you, a lover of weather, especially the snow.  

When we were young my friends used to call, "Yo, We want to get a couple innings in tonight, but it might rain...what's your dad saying?" Lol.  We would laugh and he would always be right.  Last year, with that crazy winter, late snow and everything...i was on here often, learning from you all and remember my dad.  

BUT he would be so happy we may get more March Snow! On here to say thanks to so many who got me through a tough winter without even knowing it...and to ask...why is everything changing to rain this year!? Is there a track that allows for tomorrow to be a mainly snow event? Is it likely? 

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55 minutes ago, 4Word said:

Hi everyone.  Last winter was the first winter without my dad, who lost his battle with cancer at age 65.  He was, like so many of you, a lover of weather, especially the snow.  

When we were young my friends used to call, "Yo, We want to get a couple innings in tonight, but it might rain...what's your dad saying?" Lol.  We would laugh and he would always be right.  Last year, with that crazy winter, late snow and everything...i was on here often, learning from you all and remember my dad.  

BUT he would be so happy we may get more March Snow! On here to say thanks to so many who got me through a tough winter without even knowing it...and to ask...why is everything changing to rain this year!? Is there a track that allows for tomorrow to be a mainly snow event? Is it likely? 

Sorry to hear about your dad :( Just due to the overall pattern. We have been in a persistent -pna pattern and that usually pumps a se ridge. While we have had cold HP’s sometimes with the se ridge it causes the storms to track to our west. Or if we are cold enough it causes the mid levels to warm due to strong southwesterly flow. Where are you located at?

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50 minutes ago, 4Word said:

Hi everyone.  Last winter was the first winter without my dad, who lost his battle with cancer at age 65.  He was, like so many of you, a lover of weather, especially the snow.  

When we were young my friends used to call, "Yo, We want to get a couple innings in tonight, but it might rain...what's your dad saying?" Lol.  We would laugh and he would always be right.  Last year, with that crazy winter, late snow and everything...i was on here often, learning from you all and remember my dad.  

BUT he would be so happy we may get more March Snow! On here to say thanks to so many who got me through a tough winter without even knowing it...and to ask...why is everything changing to rain this year!? Is there a track that allows for tomorrow to be a mainly snow event? Is it likely? 

That's a great share, thank you.  At the end of the day, it's the emotional attachment to weather that keeps me engaged.  The anticipation of a storm.  I was fortunate to share a passion for it with my brother, my parents both think we're crazy and don't know where it came from.   Very cool your dad was so into it, sorry he lost that battle at such a young age

Regarding your question, let us know your location 

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Welcome to the board! Sorry to hear about your father but happy to have you. 

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