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Figured with Barney about to arrive, this would warm your spirit.

A twist from last year:

Forecast the highest temperature for PHL in 2020.  Unless you say 79 or higher, you automatically lose.

Since there could be ties, the tie breaker will be to outlook the total number of days that the max temperature is 90F or higher at PHL.

The final final tie breaker is to guess the total number of svr/tor warnings Mount Holly will issue from June 1st thru September 30th.  Hint Last year which was extremely active year Mount Holly issued 295 svr/tor warnings during that time period.

Contest commences now and ends with the first 90F day or May 31st, whichever comes first.

The winner gets this much sought after book and if I am in the mood, I will include a signature gale watch.  Baby Bella does not come along with the book.  Winner need not be present. To be honest I was talking to Tom and we are not sure at this point if there will be an October outing this year.

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Forecast the highest temperature for PHL in 2020.......98

Since there could be ties, the tie breaker will be to outlook the total number of days that the max temperature is 90F or higher at PHL......36

The final final tie breaker is to guess the number of 90F or higher days Paul has this year......1

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3 hours ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

You can come up with something else, just let Parsley change his answer.

Let’s do, guess the number of total Svr warnings for the whole Cwa. From whenever the deadline this contest ends to last 90 day 

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7 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Let’s do, guess the number of total Svr warnings for the whole Cwa. From whenever the deadline this contest ends to last 90 day 

Tornado and severe?   My only suggestion with that is to just make it from June 1 to August 31st or September 30th.  There is a definite advantage to wait until the last possible second to put in that number because there will be some svr/tor this month.

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1 hour ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

Tornado and severe?   My only suggestion with that is to just make it from June 1 to August 31st or September 30th.  There is a definite advantage to wait until the last possible second to put in that number because there will be some svr/tor this month.

Everything that is Svr is included. Let’s go to June 1 to sept 30

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18 hours ago, Parsley said:

Forecast the highest temperature for PHL in 2020.......98

Since there could be ties, the tie breaker will be to outlook the total number of days that the max temperature is 90F or higher at PHL......36

The final final tie breaker is to guess the number of 90F or higher days Paul has this year......1

Apologies, you will have to change the final tie breaker.  It was changed.  

The final final tie breaker is to guess the total number of svr/tor warnings Mount Holly will issue from June 1st thru September 30th.  Hint Last year which was extremely active year Mount Holly issued 295 svr/tor warnings during that time period.

On the plus side, you are the only one to enter, so your chances right now are pretty good.

 

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2 hours ago, Rainshadow5.8 said:

Apologies, you will have to change the final tie breaker.  It was changed.  

The final final tie breaker is to guess the total number of svr/tor warnings Mount Holly will issue from June 1st thru September 30th.  Hint Last year which was extremely active year Mount Holly issued 295 svr/tor warnings during that time period.

On the plus side, you are the only one to enter, so your chances right now are pretty good.

 

No problem. I’ll go with...

98: highest temperature 

36: 90 or higher 

233 svr/tor warnings

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