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  1. I think that is partially due to proximity to Mexico, much as the earlier NY-area outbreak was partially due to "proximity" to Europe. In Mexico, COVID daily death rates are still rising, unlike the USA where they have been falling since April 16. Mexico's daily death-per-million is almost at the USA's peak number from April.
  2. Here is Sweden's COVID deaths per million compared to all of its neighbors on the North and Baltic seas. (Source: https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/total-covid-deaths-per-million?tab=chart&time=2020-03-07..&country=BEL+DNK+EST+FIN+DEU+IRL+LVA+LTU+NLD+POL+SWE+GBR) It seems likely that there are many factors involved in the result.
  3. The term "upslope drizzle" is interesting. Google only returns 9 results for "upslope drizzle" (in quotes). What led you to call it "upslope drizzle" and when would drizzle not be "upslope drizzle?" Thanks.
  4. Cliff Mass blogs that "The Future of U.S. Weather Prediction Will Be Decided During the Next Month" https://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2020/01/the-future-of-us-weather-prediction.html
  5. ...lurker since ne.weather I graphed those record lows (from http://www.stormfax.com/phlminmax2.html) by decade. You can clearly see the early 20th and 21st century warmups.
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