Winter forecast for the U.S.; Typhoon Mirinae threatens the Philippines

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:18 PM GMT on October 28, 2009

Share this Blog
16
+

Expect a warmer than average winter in the north central U.S., and cooler than average over the Southeast U.S., according the latest winter forecast issued last Thursday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Wetter than average conditions are likely from Texas across the Gulf Coast and across the Southeastern U.S., with California also more likely than not to get increased precipitation. Those are the temperature patterns observed about 60% of the time in the U.S. during an El Niño event. As I discussed in yesterday's post, El Niño--the periodic warming of the equatorial Eastern Pacific Ocean that occurs every 2 - 7 years--has just crossed the threshold from weak to moderate, meaning that that ocean temperatures are 1.0 - 1.5°C above average along the Equator off the Pacific coast of South America. Moderate El Niño conditions are expected to continue through the winter months of December - February, with some climate forecast models predicting intensification into a strong El Niño. The presence of all that warm water alters the path of the jet stream, affecting the winter weather across a large portion of the globe. In particular, the southern branch of the jet stream--called the subtropical jet--is expected to intensify, bringing increased cloudiness and storminess along its usual path, from south Texas, across the Gulf Coast, through Florida, and into South and North Carolina. The increased cloudiness typically leads to cooler temperatures and more rainfall across the entire Southeastern U.S., especially Florida and South Texas. This should give significant drought relief to the South Texas.

The heat in the Eastern Pacific Ocean during an El Niño winter makes for more intense mid-latitude low pressure systems off the U.S. west coast. As a result, these storms are able to pump abnormally warm air into western Canada, Alaska and the extreme northern portion of the contiguous United States. With this warm air typically comes drier than normal conditions. With the forecast for Vancouver, Canada--home to the February 12 - 28 2010 Winter Olympics this winter--calling for warmer and drier conditions than average, lack of snow may be a problem for some of the venues. If the El Niño manages to strengthen to the strong category (greater than 1.5°C), California will most likely experience much increased precipitation, and the North Central U.S. will see winter temperatures 3 - 6°F above average. NOAA maintains a web page that shows the typical U.S. temperature and precipitation patterns for any season for historical EL Niño and La Niña events. Golden Gate Weather takes the idea a step further, and separates the effects by whether it is a weak, moderate, or strong El Niño.

How good is this forecast?
Not all El Niño winters follow the usual pattern. For instance, the El Niño winter of 2004 - 2005 had above-average temperatures over the entire U.S., and drier than average conditions across Florida, which are the opposite of the typical pattern observed during most El Niño winters (Figures 1 and 2). There are other natural variations in the weather and climate, such as the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) and the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) that can act to counteract or re-enforce the typical El Niño pattern. In addition, the climate is changing due to human-caused emissions of greenhouse gases, and its possible that what we've come to expect an El Niño winter to be like based on past history will no longer be true as often. It is likely the dramatic loss of arctic sea ice in recent years is already significantly affecting precipitation and temperature patterns during winter, and that the patterns we expect to see during El Niño winters are now changing to a new mode. I'll discuss the possibilities in a future post.


Figure 1. Wintertime (December - February) temperatures for the U.S. over the past nine years. The past three winters with El Niño conditions (yellow highlighted years) were 2003, 2005, and 2007. The 2003 El Niño was moderate strength, and 2005 and 2007 were weak. Image credit: National Climatic Data Center.

Figure 2. Wintertime (December - February) precipitation for the U.S. over the past nine years. The past three winters with El Niño conditions (yellow highlighted years) were 2003, 2005, and 2007. The 2003 El Niño was moderate strength, and 2005 and 2007 were weak. Image credit: National Climatic Data Center.

Philippines prepare for Typhoon Mirinae
Category 2 Typhoon Mirinae continues to trek westward towards the Philippine Islands, but appears to have leveled out in intensity. Latest infrared satellite loops show a large, well organized cloud pattern, but an eye is not evident, and the areal extent, organization, and temperature of the cloud tops has not changed much over the past six hours. Satellite estimates of Mirinae's intensity have held steady over the past twelve hours. Wind shear is a moderate 15 knots, and the ocean temperatures are very warm, 29°C. These warm waters extend to great depth, and the Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential (TCHP) is 80 - 100 kJ/cm^2 along Mirinae's entire path to the Philippines. Values of TCHP in excess of 90 kJ/cm^2 are frequently associated with rapid intensification. With wind shear expected to remain in the low to moderate range over the next three days, intensification of Mirinae into a major Category 3 or higher typhoon before its expected landfall at 06 UTC October 31 on Luzon Island is a good possibility.


Figure 4. Mirinae on October 27, 2009, as a tropical storm with 55 mph winds. Image credit: NASA.

Quiet in the Atlantic
There are no threat areas in the Atlantic to discuss, and the the Caribbean is dominated by dry air and high wind shear. However, the extreme Southwestern Caribbean near the coast of Panama is expected to gradually moisten early next week, and several recent runs of the GFS and NOGAPS models suggested that a tropical depression could form in the Southwest Caribbean off the coast of Panama 7 - 8 days from now.

Next post
In tomorrow's port, I'll discuss the impact of El Niño on wintertime tornado activity in Florida, plus have an update on the Philippines typhoon, and the latest model predictions of a possible tropical depression in the Caribbean next week.

Jeff Masters

Reader Comments

Comments will take a few seconds to appear.

Post Your Comments

Please sign in to post comments.

or Join

Not only will you be able to leave comments on this blog, but you'll also have the ability to upload and share your photos in our Wunder Photos section.

Display: 0, 50, 100, 200 Sort: Newest First - Order Posted

Viewing: 514 - 464

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12Blog Index

Quoting AwakeInMaryland:

YES! We HAVE seen SO many; many neighbors have remarked on that in passing. So that means a cold winter?

WU mail returned.


Per my grandad that's a sure sign...that and really furry squirrels (we'd do a little squirrel hunting when I was young and he was still with us)
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting RobustIncoherence:
Oh, I forgot more acorns than usual

YES! We HAVE seen SO many; many neighbors have remarked on that in passing. So that means a cold winter?

WU mail returned.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting homelesswanderer:


NP. Hi Matt, all. Having computer problems anyway. Just thought I'd give a quick gripe about the weather. Lol. Good night all. :)


goodnight xD
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


Hey, and hey homeless (:


sorry all, but I have some sleep to get, have a great night!


NP. Hi Matt, all. Having computer problems anyway. Just thought I'd give a quick gripe about the weather. Lol. Good night all. :)
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
508. SOUTHEAST-TEXAS JETSTREAK

LOL
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting RobustIncoherence:
Hello, everyone (well, whoever may be here...)


Hey, and hey homeless (:


sorry all, but I have some sleep to get, have a great night!
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Meanwhile In The Swamp...

It wa 70 at midnight. AC blasting.

Orange, Texas (Airport)
Updated: 11 min 54 sec ago
74 °F Overcast
Humidity: 88%
Dew Point: 71 °F
Wind: 13 mph from the ESE
Wind Gust: 20 mph

FOR TONIGHT...OVERRUNNING RAINS WILL BEGIN AS THE WARM FRONT TRAVELS
NORTH ACROSS THE AREA. THE OVERNIGHT MINIMUMS WILL BE RUNNING FROM
15 TO 20 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL
. PASSING SHORTWAVES ALOFT...TRAVELING
ALONG THE JET CORE...MAY SET OFF SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
ESPECIALLY IN THE WAKE OF WARM FRONT

FLASH FLOODING WILL BE A PROBLEM. THE FORECAST PRECIPITABLE
WATER VALUES WILL BE RUNNING OVER 200 PERCENT OF NORMAL. HEAVY RAIN
WILL PERSIST...DESPITE FRONTAL PASSAGE...AS THE LINEAR FRONTAL
CONVECTION TRANSITIONS TO A HEAVY STRATIFORM RAIN.

ADEQUATE SLANTWISE CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY WILL BE PRESENT IN THE
STRATIFORM RAIN. THE INSTABILITY WILL BE RELEASED BY ENHANCED LIFT
ASSOCIATED WITH SOUTHEAST-TEXAS JETSTREAK
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Oh, I forgot more acorns than usual
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Don't discount old wives tales...woolier caterpillars, fuzzier squirrels...all of these things point to an early and cold winter

Awake, you have a WUMail
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Hello, everyone (well, whoever may be here...)
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting Babsjohnson:
In the Denver area, it is not the intensity of the snow, but the persistence. Over a foot of snow has fallen over much of the metro area as of posting this. The micro climate data shows two feet of snow in localized areas. This is one of the earliest records that I can find.

Hi, I lived in Littleton, CO, for a couple years. My son was born at Swedish Hospital.
One thing about snow there, though, is that it can be really nice the next day. We'd be out in a sweatshirt shoveling and it would be sunny, and the snow would be melting.
I hope it won't be as tough a winter as this fall has started out...but the caterpillars do have the thickest coat I've ever seen here (real scientific, right).
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
I'll leave this link for y'all to check out. pretty impressive line of storms, not severe, but plenty of rain I'm sure. Storms
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting AwakeInMaryland:

AHHH, I see! That should work very well for you. Back at U.Md., my old "beau" wrote on the new really annoying speed bumps around town. Here they sometimes call them speed "humps." He wrote it totally straight.

The professor read the article aloud...and with all the "humps" the class was rolling. An "older" student (prob. my age now) was laughing so hard she was crying.

Boyfriend was totally embarrassed; shouldn't have been. It was a huge hit.

Hope your is a hit, too, though maybe not in the same way...but it's a good topic.

So I'm going to stop diverting you, and this time I'm really going. Thanks for the conversation!



hahaha we have the same signs here! and there are plenty of jokes that go around about them like, "the girls at this corner...." etc. haha you get the point, alright, you have a goodnight, get some sleep, it has been a pleasure talking to you, as always (:

goodnight all
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


haha well it is for my English 106 class, we have to write about a local issue in the West Lafayette area, so I chose the various construction projects here, and how they are annoying LOL

AHHH, I see! That should work very well for you. Back at U.Md., my old "beau" wrote on the new really annoying speed bumps around town. Here they sometimes call them speed "humps." He wrote it totally straight.

The professor read the article aloud...and with all the "humps" the class was rolling. An "older" student (prob. my age now) was laughing so hard she was crying.

Boyfriend was totally embarrassed; shouldn't have been. It was a huge hit.

Hope your is a hit, too, though maybe not in the same way...but it's a good topic.

So I'm going to stop diverting you, and this time I'm really going. Thanks for the conversation!

Member Since: Posts: Comments:
still growing, so weird for this time of night, must be a lot of instability, lift, and moisture.

Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting Babsjohnson:


Yes, Sir!

No matter what the ENSO says, this is quite the ticket.


yeah, it has impressive snowfall, severe weather, and flooding. Impressive in my books
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:
This is an impressive storm system:


Yes, Sir!

No matter what the ENSO says, this is quite the ticket.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Check this link out, many 30" or more totals! link
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting Babsjohnson:
In the Denver area, it is not the intensity of the snow, but the persistence. Over a foot of snow has fallen over much of the metro area as of posting this. The micro climate data shows two feet of snow in localized areas. This is one of the earliest records that I can find.


wow, what a crazy fall this has been
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
In the Denver area, it is not the intensity of the snow, but the persistence. Over a foot of snow has fallen over much of the metro area as of posting this. The micro climate data shows two feet of snow in localized areas. This is one of the earliest records that I can find.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
This is an impressive storm system:
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting AwakeInMaryland:

For what class? This is heavy-duty stuff, no pun intended. Are you taking both engineering and meteorology classes? Goodness, you need some "skate" classes. Like I took Films of Hitchcock.


haha well it is for my English 106 class, we have to write about a local issue in the West Lafayette area, so I chose the various construction projects here, and how they are annoying LOL
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


goodnight Tim, see you tomorrow

Night, Tim...I know you and I both said we were out earlier! Take care, "Nana" Edie
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tornadodude:
oh btw, this is the construction I'm attempting to write about. Link

For what class? This is heavy-duty stuff, no pun intended. Are you taking both engineering and meteorology classes? Goodness, you need some "skate" classes. Like I took Films of Hitchcock.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
one big squall line developing


Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting TampaSpin:
Ok im out now......good nite Matt and AwakeinMaryland.......


goodnight Tim, see you tomorrow
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting AwakeInMaryland:
Oh, Tim, Matt,
one last thing...I guess "we" have to root for the Phillies in the World Series?
Or is it okay to abstain?


hmmm, well, I wish they both could lose, that would be nice. Can the Red Sox still win it somehow? :P or for Tim, the Rays would be better than the Yankees or Phillies.
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Ok im out now......good nite Matt and AwakeinMaryland.......
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting AwakeInMaryland:
Oh, Tim, Matt,
one last thing...I guess "we" have to root for the Phillies in the World Series?
Or is it okay to abstain?


Trust me i'm a Yankee hater....Phillies it is....No RAY could ever root for a Yankee......LOL
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Oh, Tim, Matt,
one last thing...I guess "we" have to root for the Phillies in the World Series?
Or is it okay to abstain?
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
oh btw, this is the construction I'm attempting to write about. Link
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
haha I know you were joking :P

and I dont mind being called a hoosier, although I am originally from Atlanta, Texas

and wow, thanks for the article! (:
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting AwakeInMaryland:

Yes, Tampa, you did nail it. Even our local mets were talking about how bad it's going to be. Also, please tell T-Dude I was totally joking when I sent the link to Perdue in MD, and really, I meant Hoosier as someone from Indiana... (1st meaning in Wiki) :-)
Oh, I must force myself to sleep...I'm a night owl.

Hoosier
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about use of the term "Hoosier" as it relates to people. For other uses, see Hoosier (disambiguation).

Hoosier (pronounced /ˈhuːʒər/) is the official demonym for a resident of the U.S. State of Indiana. Although residents of most U.S. states typically adopt a derivative of the state name, e.g., Indianan or Indianian, natives of Indiana never use these demonyms. In St. Louis, Missouri, the word is used in a derogatory fashion in similar context to "hick" or "white trash".[1] The State of Indiana adopted the nickname "Hoosier State" more than 150 years ago.[2] "Hoosiers" is also the mascot for the Indiana University athletic teams and the title of an award-winning 1986 movie Hoosiers starring Gene Hackman, based on the story of the Milan High School basketball team and its road to winning the state championship. The word Hoosier is sometimes used in the names of Indiana-based businesses. In the Indiana High School Athletic Association, seven active athletic conferences and one disbanded conference have the word Hoosier in their names, the conferences names are Hoosier Athletic, Hoosier Crossroads, Hoosier Heartland, Hoosier Heritage, Hoosier Hills, Mid-Hoosier, and Northeast Hoosier with Northwest Hoosier being the disbanded conference. In other parts of the country, the word has been adapted for other uses (see Other uses). “Hoosier” also refers to the cotton-stowers, both black and white, who moved cotton bales from docks to the holds of ships, forcing the bales in tightly by means of jackscrews. A low-status job, it nevertheless is referred to in various sea shanty lyrics. For example, Shanties from the Seven Seas[3] includes lyrics that reference hoosiers.


Wow, now that was one heck of a lesson about my beloved state.....Thanks!
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tornadodude:
great minds think alike :P


LOL
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting TampaSpin:
Look at post 452 how the graphic just changed to severe in the Texas area as i had been pointing out on my blog from this morning...nailed it from this morning.

Yes, Tampa, you did nail it. Even our local mets were talking about how bad it's going to be. Also, please tell T-Dude I was totally joking when I sent the link to Perdue in MD, and really, I meant Hoosier as someone from Indiana... (1st meaning in Wiki) :-)
Oh, I must force myself to sleep...I'm a night owl.

Hoosier
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about use of the term "Hoosier" as it relates to people. For other uses, see Hoosier (disambiguation).

Hoosier (pronounced /ˈhuːʒər/) is the official demonym for a resident of the U.S. State of Indiana. Although residents of most U.S. states typically adopt a derivative of the state name, e.g., Indianan or Indianian, natives of Indiana never use these demonyms. In St. Louis, Missouri, the word is used in a derogatory fashion in similar context to "hick" or "white trash".[1] The State of Indiana adopted the nickname "Hoosier State" more than 150 years ago.[2] "Hoosiers" is also the mascot for the Indiana University athletic teams and the title of an award-winning 1986 movie Hoosiers starring Gene Hackman, based on the story of the Milan High School basketball team and its road to winning the state championship. The word Hoosier is sometimes used in the names of Indiana-based businesses. In the Indiana High School Athletic Association, seven active athletic conferences and one disbanded conference have the word Hoosier in their names, the conferences names are Hoosier Athletic, Hoosier Crossroads, Hoosier Heartland, Hoosier Heritage, Hoosier Hills, Mid-Hoosier, and Northeast Hoosier with Northwest Hoosier being the disbanded conference. In other parts of the country, the word has been adapted for other uses (see Other uses). “Hoosier” also refers to the cotton-stowers, both black and white, who moved cotton bales from docks to the holds of ships, forcing the bales in tightly by means of jackscrews. A low-status job, it nevertheless is referred to in various sea shanty lyrics. For example, Shanties from the Seven Seas[3] includes lyrics that reference hoosiers.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
great minds think alike :P
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
If you watch closely, you can see where the potential tornado has been tracking Link
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting TampaSpin:


Sorry i don't moved away in 1985 and lived in Florida after i graduated from College. I played major College Baseball and went on to play some pro softball. Don Mattingly screwed my knee up on a high slide into 3rd base.....LOL


LOL well its alright, Luke graduated in 2005 and won Mr. Basketball and a state championship, and Tyler (his brother) did the same in 2008, pretty crazy ha
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Tornado Warning

SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
128 AM CDT THU OCT 29 2009

TXC217-251-290645-
/O.CON.KFWD.TO.W.0045.000000T0000Z-091029T0645Z/
JOHNSON TX-HILL TX-
128 AM CDT THU OCT 29 2009

...A TORNADO WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 145 AM CDT FOR
NORTHWESTERN HILL AND SOUTHEASTERN JOHNSON COUNTIES...

AT 126 AM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS DETECTED A
DEVELOPING TORNADO. THIS TORNADO WAS LOCATED 4 MILES NORTH OF
COVINGTON...MOVING NORTH AT 35 MPH.

THE TORNADO WILL BE NEAR...
PARKER AT 130 AM CDT

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

MOVE TO AN INTERIOR BATHROOM...CLOSET...OR HALLWAY ON THE LOWEST
FLOOR OF YOUR BUILDING. COVER YOURSELF WITH BLANKETS...PILLOWS...OR A
MATTRESS FOR PROTECTION.

A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 700 AM CDT THURSDAY MORNING
FOR NORTHEASTERN TEXAS.

&&

LAT...LON 3233 9709 3206 9715 3206 9742 3234 9740
3235 9709
TIME...MOT...LOC 0626Z 193DEG 32KT 3223 9726

$$







Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


wow, I love our southern Indiana basketball, there is so much emotion and passion in it. We won the state championship again in 2008, and I assume you know who Luke and Tyler Zeller are right?


Sorry i don't moved away in 1985 and lived in Florida after i graduated from College. I played major College Baseball and went on to play some pro softball. Don Mattingly screwed my knee up on a high slide into 3rd base.....LOL
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting TampaSpin:
Look at post 452 how the graphic just changed to severe in the Texas area as i had been pointing out on my blog from this morning...nailed it from this morning.


nice call!
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Look at post 452 how the graphic just changed to severe in the Texas area as i had been pointing out on my blog from this morning...nailed it from this morning.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting TampaSpin:


Yes i did......Buchie was Mr. Basketball that year. That was some kick butt...teams in Southern Indiana that year...unreal....we only lost 1 game all year in regular season....That Sectional in Washington was the most loaded Sectional with great teams in 1978 maybe ever...there was i believe 4 teams ranked in the top 15 in the state in that 1 Sectional.....it was unreal.


wow, I love our southern Indiana basketball, there is so much emotion and passion in it. We won the state championship again in 2008, and I assume you know who Luke and Tyler Zeller are right?
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


oh wow, that must have really sucked! :P so you played during the Bryan Buchie time? I think he won Mr. Basketball around '78. and then his son won a state championship with us in 2005


Yes i did......Buchie was Mr. Basketball that year. That was some kick butt...teams in Southern Indiana that year...unreal....we only lost 1 game all year in regular season....That Sectional in Washington was the most loaded Sectional with great teams in 1978 maybe ever...there was i believe 4 teams ranked in the top 15 in the state in that 1 Sectional.....it was unreal.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting AwakeInMaryland:


Purdue in Indiana
Perdue in Maryland
A few states and one letter diff...
You're such a perfectionist!

You Hoosiers have fun; hope you get a little sleep.



SU Perdue Building Construction Camera




you did not just call me a Hoosier..... :P

haha jk,

have a goodnight, thanks for trying to help!

cya! (:
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting TampaSpin:


Played Basketball in your gym in 1978 when we was ranked 3rd in the STate and we played a triple overtime game against Logoatette in the Sectional...they went on to play in the State finals and was runner up.....the refees robed us from that game as we had 2 last seconds shots to go in in overtimes and refees said no good but, pic showed the balls released with 1 second on the clock both times......LOL...that was a killer game.


oh wow, that must have really sucked! :P so you played during the Bryan Buchie time? I think he won Mr. Basketball around '78. and then his son won a state championship with us in 2005
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


hmmm, very interesting, but I'm doing about projects around the Purdue Campus, thanks tho! (:

goodnight!


Purdue in Indiana
Perdue in Maryland
A few states and one letter diff...
You're such a perfectionist!

You Hoosiers have fun; hope you get a little sleep.



SU Perdue Building Construction Camera


Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting tornadodude:


wow LOL very small world, you graduated about 14 miles from where I lived haha small world for sure


Played Basketball in your gym in 1978 when we was ranked 3rd in the STate and we played a triple overtime game against Logoatette in the Sectional...they went on to play in the State finals and was runner up.....the refees robed us from that game as we had 2 last seconds shots to go in overtimes and refees said no good but, pic showed the balls released with 1 second on the clock both times......LOL...that was a killer game.
Member Since: Posts: Comments:
Quoting TampaSpin:


Oh yes.....graduated HS at Pike Central....small world......LOL


wow LOL very small world, you graduated about 14 miles from where I lived haha small world for sure
Member Since: June 28, 2006 Posts: 25 Comments: 8360
Quoting tornadodude:


seriously?? do you know where Washington Indiana is? that is where I am from haha


Oh yes.....graduated HS at Pike Central....small world......LOL
Member Since: Posts: Comments:

Viewing: 514 - 464

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12Blog Index

Top of Page

About

Jeff co-founded the Weather Underground in 1995 while working on his Ph.D. He flew with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters from 1986-1990.

Local Weather

Overcast
28 °F
Overcast