Strongest winter storm in at least 140 years whallops Southwest U.S.

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:18 PM GMT on January 22, 2010

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The most powerful low pressure system in 140 years of record keeping swept through the Southwest U.S. yesterday, bringing deadly flooding, tornadoes, hail, hurricane force winds, and blizzard conditions. We expect to get powerful winter storms affecting the Southwest U.S. during strong El NiƱo events, but yesterday's storm was truly epic in its size and intensity. The storm set all-time low pressure records over roughly 10 - 15% of the U.S.--over southern Oregon, and most of California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah. Old records were broken by a wide margin in many locations, most notably in Los Angeles, where the old record of 29.25" set January 17, 1988, was shattered by .18" (6 mb). Bakersfield broke its record by .30" (10 mb). The record-setting low spawned an extremely intense cold front that rumbled thought the Southwest, and winds ahead of the cold front reached sustained speeds of hurricane force--74 mph--last night at Apache Junction, 40 miles east of Phoenix. Wind gusts as high as 94 mph were recorded in Ajo, Arizona, and a Personal Weather Station in Summerhaven (on top of Mt. Lemmon next to Tucson) recorded sustained winds of 67 mph, gusting to 86 mph, before the power failed. Prescott recorded sustained winds at 52 mph, gusting to 67 as the cold front passed, and high winds plunged visibility to zero in blowing dust on I-10 connecting Phoenix and Tucson. The storm spawned one possible tornado in Arizona, which touched down at 8:32 pm MST in Phoenix near Desert Ridge Mall. No damage or injuries were reported. If verified, it would be only the 7th January tornado in Arizona since record keeping began in 1950.


Figure 1. Radar reflectivity from the Phoenix Doppler radar at the time of the Phoenix tornado. The tornado touched down under the circle with a "+" inside it. The Doppler velocity image did not show any rotation to the clouds in the vicinity.

Some of the all-time low pressure records set in yesterday's storm:
Los Angeles, CA: 29.07", Old Record: 29.25", January 17, 1988
Eureka, CA: 28.90", Old Record: 28.91", February 1891
San Diego, CA: 29.15", Old Record, 29.37", March 3, 1983
Fresno, CA: 28.94", Old Record, 29.10", January 27, 1916
Bakersfield, CA: 28.94", Old Record, 29.24", February 3, 1998

Salt Lake City, UT: 28.94", Old Record, 29.00" April 2002

Reno, NV: 28.94", Old Record, 29.00", January 27, 1916
Las Vegas, NV: 29.03" Old Record: 29.17", December 1949

Phoenix, AZ: 29.22", Old Record: 29.32", May 18, 1902
Flagstaff, AZ: 29.13", Old Record: 29.15", February 7, 1937
Yuma, AZ: 29.15", Old Record: 29.37", September 12, 1927

Three tornadoes in California
Three tornadoes were reported in California yesterday. A small EF0 twister hit the east side of Ventura, leaving a 1.5 mile damage path. Another tornado hit Santa Barbara, downing trees and power poles. The most damaging California tornado yesterday touched down just west of Blythe, on the Arizona-California border, at 4:31 pm MST. The twister crossed I-10, blowing three semi trucks over, ripping the roofs off houses, and downing power lines. I-10 was closed for several hours to clear the debris and toppled trucks.

Two tornadoes also hit Southern California on Tuesday. A sheriff's deputy spotted a possible tornado in Goleta that caused some roof damage, and another tornado hit Huntington Beach, damaging boats and buildings and flipping cars.

If all five tornadoes are confirmed as genuine by the National Weather Service, it will tie the record of most January California tornadoes. The all-time record for most California tornadoes in a single day is seven, set on April 1, 1996, and November 9, 1982.


Figure 2. Radar reflectivity from the Los Angeles Doppler radar at the time of the Santa Barbara tornado.

Figure 3. Storm-relative radial velocity from the Los Angeles Doppler radar at the time of the Santa Barbara tornado. The area of yellow and orange colors, lying right next to a region of blues and greens just west of Santa Barbara shows that the winds in that region were moving towards and away from the radar in a very tight area, signifying the presence of a rotating thunderstorm and possible tornado.

The storm will continue to bring heavy rain and snow to many portions the Southwest today, then wind down on Saturday. A new storm is expected to move ashore over Northern California on Sunday night, but this storm will not be as intense. Another storm is also possible next Friday, January 29, but it appears that a renewed battering by a long succession of storms like we had this week will not occur next week.

Selected storm total snowfalls (in inches) from 7 am Sunday January 17, through 7 am PST Friday January 22:
...ARIZONA...
FLAGSTAFF 3.2 NNW 36.5
SUNRISE MOUNTAIN 29.0
FOREST LAKES 26.0
HEBER 21.0
PINETOP/LAKESIDE 4 ESE 20.4
ALPINE 20.0
CLAY SPRINGS 20.0
CLINTS WELL 19.0
KACHINA VILLAGE 18.6
WILLIAMS 16.5
PRESCOTT 7.0

...CALIFORNIA...
CHAGOOPA PLATEAU 73.6
SODA SPRINGS 63.0
SUGAR BOWL 61.0
LWR RELIEF VALLEY 50.6
KIRKWOOD 48.0
SQUAW VALLEY 47.0
SIERRA AT TAHOE 38.0
BIG BEAR CITY 37.0

...COLORADO...
DURANGO 24.0
PAGOSA SPRINGS 9 NW 24.0
SILVERTON 24.0
WOLF CREEK PASS 1 SSE 24.0
ABAJO 19.0
TELLURIDE 15.0
COAL BANK PASS 14.5
RED MTN 12.3
CREEDE 10 SW 12.0
SOUTH FORK 4 SW 12.0
MOLAS PASS 10.0

...NEW MEXICO...
JEMEZ SPRINGS 14.0
CHAMA 12.0
FARMINGTON 7 NE 10.5
AZTEC 8.0
BLUEWATER LAKE 11 WSW 8.0
BONITO LAKE 5 SW 8.0
FARMINGTON 7 NE 8.0
LUNA 8.0
KIRTLAND 2 ESE 6.0
MOGOLLON 6 ESE 6.0
RAMAH 6.0
BLOOMFIELD 3 SW 5.5
LOS ALAMOS 5.5

...NEVADA...
YUCCA FLAT 20.0
BERRY CREEK 19.0
BIG CREEK SUMMIT 16.0
DRAW CREEK 13.0
POLE CREEK R.S. 13.0
MT. POTOSI 12.0
ELY 8.3
WARD MOUNTAIN 8.0
CHARLESTON 6.0

...UTAH...
BRIGHTON CREST 35.0
ALTA/COLLINS 33.5
DEER VALLEY DALY WEST 28.0
PARK CITY JUPITER PEAK 28.0
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES 19.0
SOLITUDE 17.5
SNOWBIRD 13.5

Selected storm total precipitation (in inches) from 7 am Sunday January 17, through 7 am PST Friday January 22:
...ARIZONA...
DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB/TUCSON 10.23
BLACK CANYON CITY 10 N 6.57
CROWN KING 6.50
SURPRISE 1 ESE 5.58
SUN CITY WEST 2 NNE 4.78
COTTONWOOD 1 WSW 4.63
SCOTTSDALE 5.5 NNW 4.21
NEW RIVER 5 ESE 4.05
WITTMAN 5 SW 4.05
PAYSON 4.01
PINE 1 SW 4.00
SIERRA VISTA 3.83
LUKE AFB/PHOENIX 3.58
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS 3.55
FLAGSTAFF PULLIAM AP 3.41
CLIFTON 2.96
WINSLOW 2.84
GILBERT 4 NW 2.74
CHANDLER 4 WNW 2.72
YUMA MCAF 2.43
PRESCOTT/ERNEST A LOVE FIELD AP 2.28
PHOENIX AIRPORT 2.21
TUCSON AIRPORT 0.52

...CALIFORNIA...
LOS GATOS 4 SW 14.70
CAZADERO 13.46
LYTLE CREEK 13.39
MINING RIDGE 13.14
PETROLIA 7 SE 12.17
BARTLETT SPRINGS 11.23
LAKE ARROWHEAD 11.23
ALTADENA 1 ESE 11.14
CLOVERDALE 1 S 10.30
CRESTLINE 10.27
DEVORE 9.58
DESERT HOT SPRINGS 8.04
UKIAH MUNI ARPT 7.58
NEWHALL 7.08
SANTA ROSA/SONOMA CO ARPT 6.55
SAN LUIS OBISPO ARPT 5.37
SAN DIEGO/MONTGOMERY FIELD 4.32
SAN FRANCISCO INTL ARPT 4.30
LOS ANGELES-USC 3.89
PALM SPRINGS RGNL ARPT 3.75
SACRAMENTO METRO ARPT 3.65
SAN JOSE INTL ARPT 3.19

...NEVADA...
NORTH LAS VEGAS AIRPORT 1.50
HENDERSON AIRPORT 1.17
MERCURY/DESERT ROCK ARPT 1.06

...OREGON...
AGNESS 6.4 NE 3.90
PORT ORFORD 5.0 E 3.52
BROOKINGS 4.2 ENE 2.83
BANDON 11.4 S 2.67
ASTORIA 1.45

...WASHINGTON...
HOQUIAM/BOWERMAN AIRPORT 2.01

Tornadoes, severe weather in the South
Severe weather associated with a separate storm brought damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes to portions of Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida last night. Two tornadoes were reported, one in Tennessee, and one in Alabama, near Huntsville. The Huntsville tornado injured approximately six people, and cut power to 10,000 people. The storm responsible for the severe weather has moved out to sea, and no further severe weather is expected today. A slight chance of severe weather is expected Saturday over Arkansas and Mississippi, and there is also a severe weather threat for Georgia and surrounding states on Sunday.


Figure 4. Last night's Huntsville, Alabama tornado was captured by wunderphotographer Southampton.

Portlight's Paul Timmons to appear on NBC and CNN
Portlight.org, the disaster-relief charity that has sprung up from the hard work and dedication of many members of the wunderground.com community, has successfully shipped medical equipment and a water filtration unit capable of supplying the needs of 3,500 people per day to the Dominican Republic. The relief supplies were trucked to Haiti via road, and have made it to the earthquake zone. The supplies have been targeted to go to those with disabilities, or to those who are living in areas where the main aid efforts have been inadequate. Portlight is working through the local Catholic Church, which is probably best positioned to deliver private aid donations to those in need. Paul Timmons, leader of the Portlight relief efforts, is scheduled to appear on NBC news later today, and on CNN news tomorrow, to discuss Portlight's efforts.


Figure 5. Walkers and medical supplies for Haiti getting ready to ship from the Portlight warehouse in Atlanta.

Please visit the Portlight.org blog to learn more. Floodman's blog has the latest info on Portlight's plan for Haitian relief. The Reeve Foundation, founded by Christopher and Dana Reeve has awarded Portlight Strategies a $10,000 Quality of of Life grant to assist in the relief efforts in Haiti. This is very big and will allow Portlight to pursue more aggressive relief efforts over the course of the next few weeks.

For those of you more interested in helping out with the long-term rebuilding of Haiti's shattered infrastructure from the quake, I recommend a contribution to Lambi Fund of Haiti, a charity that is very active in promoting reforestation efforts, use of alternative fuels, and infrastructure improvements at a grass-roots level in Haiti. I've developed a great respect for the work they do in the country in the five years I've been a supporter.

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Jeff Masters

Road disappears in flood in San Luis Obispo, California (annestahl)
Cops stand by closed road.
Road disappears in flood in San Luis Obispo, California
Southern California Snow (gemd)
A Pacific storm (usually warm) came and dropped snow in Southern California in area which rarely see snow. This was not even an "insider slider" (lingo for a northern, non-Pacific cold jet stream). Snow days for schools are rampant and there are many accidents on the roadways. Our snow is not the typical fluff, but very wet and slick.
Southern California Snow
Prescott 2010 Snowstorm (kempix)
Heavy Snowstorm came in last night with almost a foot of snow in the mountains of Prescott.
Prescott 2010 Snowstorm
Bad Luck (scphotos)
the ocean in Santa Barbara takes no prisoners
Bad Luck
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Amazing bolt of lightning strikes the Pacific Ocean in Manhattan Beach, CA.
Blue Thunder Bolt
Shrouded in Clouds (ChandlerMike)
I took a drive this morning to document some of this amazing weather we're having in Arizona. My path took me over to the Superstition Mountains east of Phoenix and I beheld some sights that I don't expect to see again. (HDR)
Shrouded in Clouds

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hey guys check this GFS model out... gettin interestin..

GFS
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Quoting ElConando:
A 'WHO DAT' WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR THE UNITED STATES.

A 'WHO DAT' WARNING MEANS THAT CONDITIONS FOR MASS SPAMAGE, YELLING, OR SCREAMING OF 'WHO DAT'S' WILL SOON OR IS ALREADY OCCURRING.


LMAO...as former residents of NOLA, we have already recieved the first wave of this oncoming weather phenomena; we expect further waves and squalls, increasing in intensity over the next two weeks...
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whats up everyone.. everyone being safe?
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Quoting ElConando:
A 'WHO DAT' WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR THE UNITED STATES.

A 'WHO DAT' WARNING MEANS THAT CONDITIONS FOR MASS SPAMAGE, YELLING, OR SCREAMING OF 'WHO DAT'S' WILL SOON OR IS ALREADY OCCURRING.
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Lol nice!
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A 'WHO DAT' WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR THE UNITED STATES.

A 'WHO DAT' WARNING MEANS THAT CONDITIONS FOR MASS SPAMAGE, YELLING, OR SCREAMING OF 'WHO DAT'S' WILL SOON OR IS ALREADY OCCURRING.
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I think we've dried out here in San Diego...so nice to see the sunshine againe. Hope everyone in the southeast stays safe tonight.
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good night everyone keep well and safe
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Quoting weatherbro:


Some time during the first week of February.



Long range models point to another extended arctic outbreak(but of course those from the northern Plain and the rest of the east and central states will still find Miami as an escape haven).


Thanks I need it
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Quoting wunderkidcayman:
hi guys 1 question before I go to bed when will we have our cool blast again?


Some time during the first-second week of February.

Quoting beell:
Best Check the Feb 7th Miami Long range forecast.
Whatcha' want Pat? We'll start workin' on it now.


Long range models point to another extended arctic outbreak(but of course those from the northern Plain and the rest of the east and central states will still find Miami as an escape haven).
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Quoting Jeff9641:


What won't be average is the amount of rain Florida maybe in store for down the road. Could be a superbowl similar to superbowl 41. This happens the Colts win hands down. Better hope for rain free weather Saints fans.


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875. beell
For Miami-02/07/10:
A big ole fair-weather ridge over FL.
70's at the surface.
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874. beell


Tornado Watch 012
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LOL..so far I have seen on here for the Super Bowl in Miami...Rain...Clear and cool...Average So. Fla. weather.
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871. beell
Best Check the Feb 7th Miami Long range forecast.
Whatcha' want Pat? We'll start workin' on it now.
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This is like the best super bowl a Purdue student could ask for Lol Purdue Grad leading the Saint's and the Colt's from an hour down the road! gonna be great!!
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hi guys 1 question before I go to bed when will we have our cool blast again?
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Best Check the Feb 7th Miami Long range forecast.

Bourbon Street has been re-named Drew Brees Blvd and Hell hath frozen Over..

The New Orleans Saints are coming to Miami for Super Bowl 44
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Quoting atmoaggie:

I suppose the ain'ts ain't the ain'ts no more...



Ya they are cause they Ain't gonna beat the COLTS........LOL...Just having some fun..J/K
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Quoting sarahjola:
TO EVERYONE ON HERE I JUST HAVE TO SAY
WHO DAT? YEAH, WE GOT A BLACK AND GOLD SUPERBOWL!

I suppose the ain'ts ain't the ain'ts no more...
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TORNADO WARNING
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* UNTIL 1145 PM EST

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THROUGH OUR AUTOMATED REPORTING SYSTEM...CALL OUR TOLL FREE NUMBER...
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A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 100 AM EST MONDAY MORNING FOR
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TO EVERYONE ON HERE I JUST HAVE TO SAY
WHO DAT? YEAH, WE GOT A BLACK AND GOLD SUPERBOWL!
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Quoting PcolaDan:


Forcing fumbles and making a quarterback scramble and throw across his body to the middle of the field might have something to do with it. But, my guess would be that only a Vikings fan would dispute calls that were difficult to see at ground level for a referee and not even able to be over turned on review.


ROFLMAO........NO Viking fan here but, was actually glad to see the Saints win. Just hated to see the bad calls made at the end! Hated to see that!
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I will be conducting a SuperBowl Pool as a fundRaiser for Portlight.....details coming soon.! Email me if interested!
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Quoting TampaSpin:


Hey the Vikings beat themselves with all the turnovers and yes one could say the Saints caused the turnovers. But, my guess would be that only SAints fans would say the bad calls by the referees at the end was not bad calls.....LOL


Forcing fumbles and making a quarterback scramble and throw across his body to the middle of the field might have something to do with it. But, my guess would be that only a Vikings fan would dispute calls that were difficult to see at ground level for a referee and not even able to be over turned on review.
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Quoting PcolaDan:


Ahh, the first of the "the referees lost the game for them" comments.


Hey the Vikings beat themselves with all the turnovers and yes one could say the Saints caused the turnovers. But, my guess would be that only SAints fans would say the bad calls by the referees at the end was not bad calls.....LOL
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Quoting watchingnva:


agreed and seconded...


The 4th an 1 call he did not make it as he fumbled the ball and actually lost 1 yard as he should have lost his forward progress.....But it is what it is. Congratulations to all Colts and Saints Fans!
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Quoting TampaSpin:
Not that the Vikings deserved to win with all the turnovers but, the referees flat took the game from the Vikings at the End. Colts will kill the SAints. Congratulations to the Saints Fans!


Ahh, the first of the "the referees lost the game for them" comments.
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Quoting TampaSpin:
Not that the Vikings deserved to win with all the turnovers but, the referees flat took the game from the Vikings at the End. Colts will kill the SAints. Congratulations to the Saints Fans!


agreed and seconded...
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Phew nothing too serious so far here there was a skinny yet dangerous looking band coming but it fizzled out.

On another note, congrats to Colts and Saints fans! I'm sure NOLA will be partying into the afternoon xD.
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someone was looking out for those saints tonight...decent game till the end...
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Not that the Vikings deserved to win with all the turnovers but, the referees flat took the game from the Vikings at the End. Colts will kill the SAints. Congratulations to the Saints Fans!
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The screams, car horns, and fireworks have been going on for a while now...erupted as soon as the field goal was good.

And I live 40 miles north of the city...
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WHOO HOO!! PARTY HEARTY!! I CAN'T REMEMBER EVER BEING THIS HAPPY ABOUT A FOOTBALL GAME, EVER!!
(Maybe Denver...a long time ago;
Redskins...can't hardly remember).
GO SAINTS -- (Colts awesome, too.)

IT'S GOING TO BE THE MOST FABULOUS SUPER BOWL EVER!!!!
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Well I guess Pat is heading to the bar now!!!
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Wow! What a day! Congrats to all with IN & LA connections.
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SAINTS BABY!!!
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Weather Underground Email Service for Johns Island, SC
Wind Advisory as of 9:59 PM EST on January 24, 2010

...Wind Advisory in effect until 5 am EST Monday...

The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a Wind
Advisory...which is in effect until 5 am EST Monday.

Ahead of a strong cold front...south winds will average 25 to 35
mph with gusts as high as 45 mph overnight. After the cold front
passes late tonight...winds will shift to the southwest and will
diminish across the region.

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Portlight Haiti relief update
Link
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Quoting PcolaDan:


Divine Wind: The History and Science of Hurricanes

Amazon


Thanks!
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On a happier note...expecting some rain tomorrow and then some nice cool temps. for a few days!
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Thank you Country and those that e-mailed me. Heads will roll tomorrow at work!
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Quoting AwakeInMaryland:

You gotta' be kidding -- go to Patrap's blog!

Congrats, anyway!


Lol thanks!

checked it out, looks kinda feisty! :P
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Quoting tornadodude:
Colts!! woo hoo!

how's everyone doing?

You gotta' be kidding -- go to Patrap's blog!

Congrats, anyway!
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Off topic ?...Does anyone have the software to convert a vro video file to a mpeg 1 file? Tried to download the software myself and went to a bad site. Just got the pc back to normal. A project for work. Just want to post a video on You Tube.

Try this google search and checkout the topics
http://www.google.com/search?q=vro+convert+avi&as_rights=
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