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  1. Regarding NOV I looked at the top 30 warmest NOV's on record for the month with the most 70(+) degree days: 1975 - 9 1938 - 8 (following very warm start the last 7 days of month averaged -13.2 degrees with 11.8" of snow) 1927 - 8 1990 - 7 2001 - 7 1896 - 6 Following up on an earlier post, drilling down further the most consecutive 70 degree days during the month of NOV at Philadelphia is (5) recorded in 1990 & 1938. A 70 at PHL on WED would represent (6) consecutive days. I've seen 2010 thrown around at times as a possible hopeful analog, during that
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  2. Beautiful day for 18! Played at Glenn Mills GC. This is overlooking the 16th hole, par 3. To the right is the 12th hole.
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  3. Winter vs Nov temperatures for recent PHL ninas (1995+). Strong ninas shown as red diamonds (only 4). Warm nina Nov have tended to be followed by warm winters, but so far the relationship hasn't held for strong nina. Could be the limited strong nina sample size, chance to test blue vs red line this year with nov heading warm.
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  4. Nice Barney cold shot showing up for Mid to late next week. Maybe some lake effect snow flurries? Winds will be a howling. Has support with MJO moving into phase 2
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  5. just repeat this image thru Dec.25th 2020
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  6. Thank-you. It is role reversal. I am the vaccine weenie excited about the day 8 (ok maybe more like day 4, notice I did not say day 9) Pfizer.
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  7. euro 11/9 0z: 4 11/9 12z: 1.8 11/10 0z: 1.6 11/10 12z: 1.8 11/11 0z: 2.03 11/11 12z: 1.78 eps 11/9 0z: 2.15 11/9 12z: 1.85 11/10 0z: 1.9 11/10 12z: 1.93 11/11 0z: 2.11 11/11 12z: 2.34 Friday event euro 11/10 12z: 0 11/11 0z: .03 11/11 12z: .15 11/12 0z: .15 11/12 12z: .08 11/13 0z: .05 eps 11/10 12z: .05 11/11 0z: .11 11/11 12z: .08 11/12 0z: .12 11/12 12z: .05 11/13 0z: .08
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  8. Here is NOAA's detailed explanation why the monthly temperature normals do not always match the raw data for any who are interested so you understand why. Now you know the climate normals charts you see on Wikipedia for cities are based on published normals and do not always match the raw data, and you can see this for yourself at NOWData on weather.gov for the weather stations. ---------------- The answer to this question is quite straightforward. Normals are meant to represent the conditions at the time the normals are created. Therefore, they are not constructed directly from t
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  9. Today will bookend what is arguably the finest seven days of weather in the history of this state, most certainly for November. Cool/chilly nights, warm afternoons, a light, comfortable breeze some days, etc. If there's one downside, it's that it isn't DST and the sun starts to go down around 4. Nevertheless, it has been wonderful.
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  11. Not to be the one to rain on the parade, but to paraphrase the great Winston Wolf to keep it safe for the kiddies, "Let's not start kissing each other's asses just yet." Everything said above is true. However, the testing to date has been limited to measurable immune response for 60 days from initial vaccination. That's it. The Pfizer vaccine candidate is a two-injection sequence to be given on day 1 and 21. They haven't been able to determine long-term efficacy at all, and this trial (I have to say this because it's not obvious, even though I'm sure it is) involves injecting healthy
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  12. One of the more interesting temperature maps you'll see from NJ. Usually there's the radiational cooling throughout the Pine Barrens, but the cooling isn't quite this sporadic. There's a 15-degree spread in just a few miles across southwest Ocean County and a couple of peculiar warm spots in North Jersey - 29 to 63 degrees across the northernmost Sussex County, much more of a temperature difference than you normally see based on elevation alone.
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  13. PINCH ME. https://www.cnbc.com/2020/11/09/covid-vaccine-pfizer-drug-is-more-than-90percent-effective-in-preventing-infection.html
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  14. nice, 3 wks. ago I moved my potted peppers from the very minimal sunlight backyard to south facing front of the house, tried to shelter as best as possible however 1 plant was completely cooked & the other had the top half killed so that'll be it for my veggies this season Last 2 years the peppers started really slow came on big time once we got to Sept.
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