Winter Olympics forecast: near-record warmth

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:28 PM GMT on February 15, 2010

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Under sunny skies and warm southwest winds the temperature in Vancouver, British Columbia climbed to 54°F (12.4°C) yesterday, just missing the record of 12.9°C (55°F) for the date, set in 1991 (records in Vancouver go back to 1937). That was marvelous weather for all the joggers that were out in t-shirts and shorts in Vancouver yesterday, but is lousy weather if you're trying to hold a Winter Olympics. The men's downhill was postponed yesterday and rescheduled for today, because of rain and bad snow. The women's combined, originally scheduled to run Saturday, has been postponed until Thursday. The mountain has been getting snow at the top, a mix of snow and rain along the middle section, and rain at the bottom, making for very difficult skiing conditions. Practice runs have been mostly been canceled. In West Vancouver, where the moguls competition was held yesterday, snow had to be trucked and helicoptered in because there wasn't enough on the ground. The snow-making machines weren't any help, because it was too warm to make snow. Too bad Philadelphia or Washington D.C. didn't make a bid for the Winter Olympics! It's an upside-down winter when Canada has trouble getting snow, and Washington D.C. gets five feet.

As we can see from a plot of the temperature departure from average for the month of January (Figure 1), most of Canada has seen very unusual warmth, with temperatures over 5°C (9°F) covering large swathes of the country.


Figure 1. Departure of January temperature from average for the strong to moderate strength El Niño year of 2010 (left), and a composite of the last five years that had a moderate to strong El Niño (right). Note that typically, an El Niño event brings much warmer than average temperatures to Vancouver, and cooler than average conditions to Florida. This year has seen an extreme amplification of this pattern. The impact of the Arctic Oscillation (AO) is evident over eastern Canada and Greenland, where exceptionally warm temperatures were recorded. Image credit: NOAA/ESRL.

Why all the warmth in Vancouver? El Niño partly to blame
So, what's going on? The average high temperature in Vancouver this time of year is typically 8°C (46°F). Vancouver has seen above-average temperatures every day this month, and tied one daily record so far. This unusual February warmth follows a record warm month of January, which averaged 3°C (5.4°F) above average, beating the previous record set in 2006 by a pretty significant margin, 0.9°C (1.6°F). Nearby Seattle, Washington had its warmest January in 120 years of record keeping, and both Oregon and Washington recorded their 4th warmest January. As we can see from a plot of the temperature departure from average for the month of January (Figure 1), most of Canada saw very unusual warmth, with temperature anomalies over 5°C (9°F) covering large swathes of the country. Record warm January temperatures were observed not only over British Columbia, but also over Manitoba and over much of Quebec, where half of the province's twelve largest cities experienced their warmest or second warmest January on record. Unusual Canadian warmth is to be expected during a moderate to strong El Niño episode, which is what we've had this winter in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The pattern we've seen during the previous five moderate to strong El Niños dating back to 1987 (Figure 1, right) shows this trend, and also the trend towards colder than average conditions in Florida. However, the pattern for January 2010 shows an extreme amplification of this El Niño pattern. We had record warmth over much of Canada, and Florida got socked with its 10th coldest January on record. The extreme amplification of the January temperature pattern was due in part to the influence of the Arctic Oscillation/North Atlantic Oscillation, a natural wind pattern over the North Atlantic measured by the difference in pressure between Iceland and ocean areas to the south. That difference in pressure was remarkably small in the first half of January, leading to the weakest Arctic Oscillation pattern in 60 years of record keeping. This allowed cold air to spill southwards into Florida, and helped bring very warm temperatures to Greenland and Eastern Canada. El Niño, combined with the Arctic Oscillation, all superimposed upon exceptionally warm global temperatures, is probably the best explanation for the record January warmth in Canada. Globally, January 2010 was the 4th warmest January on record, with global ocean temperatures the 2nd warmest on record, according to NOAA.

The forecast: near-record warmth for Vancouver
The forecast for Vancouver for the remainder of the week calls for temperatures above 10°C (50°F) each day. Today's forecast high of 10°C (50°F) will approach the record high for the date of 12.6°C (55°F). The long range forecast through the remainder of the Winter Olympics promises continued near-record warmth, as the jet stream is projected to stay in its current El Niño-type pattern. In this configuration, a strong ridge of high pressure stays anchored over the Pacific coast, allowing plenty of warm air from the southwest into British Columbia. Unfortunately for the winter games, I expect that Vancouver will end up experiencing its 1st or 2nd warmest February on record.

No major snowstorms in sight
Today's snowstorm for the mid-Atlantic has shifted northwards, meaning the that the maximum 4 - 8 inches of snow from this storm will pass north of snow-weary Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Baltimore. The computer models are showing that this will be the last significant snow storm to affect the eastern half of the U.S. for at least a week, and residents of the Mid-Atlantic can look forward to a slow but steady melting of their huge piles of snow. This is exactly what is needed to avoid a serious flooding situation--a rapid thaw or large rainstorm would have been a major problem.

Next post
I'll have a new post on Wednesday at the latest. I did an interview with the Washington Post weather blog by the "Capital Weather Gang", for those interested.

Jeff Masters

2010 Winter Olympic Torch Relay (galeao)
The Olympic Torch Relay departing Mackin Park in Coquitlam, BC. Crowds lined the streets and braved the Vancouver rain to cheer on the torchbearers as they continued on to the city of Burnaby. Just one more day before the Olympic Cauldron will be lit in Vancouver on February 12, 2010.
2010 Winter Olympic Torch Relay
Ballet Of Light (galeao)
The 'Ballet Of Light', formally known as artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's art project Vectorial Elevation, consists of 20 robotically controlled, 10,000-watt Zenon lights that have been installed at Vanier Park and Sunset Beach in Vancouver. Beginning on February 5, they will be lighting the sky over English Bay every night until dawn, right up to the last day of the 2010 Winter Olympics on February 28. The pattern of the lights changes every 10 seconds in response to geometric designs submitted from the public via the Internet. It is quite a sight but works best with low clouds like this evening. View with the Inukshuk at the southern end of English Bay Beach.
Ballet Of Light

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Quoting CycloneOz:


XtremeHurricanes.com has produced another video of a storm that made landfall along the Gulf Coast of the United States. On November 8, 2009, a freak November hurricane, Hurricane Ida, was positioned in the central Gulf as a Category 2 hurricane. Within 24 hours, it weakened into a tropical storm. Hurricane Chasers Brian Osburn and Doug Morrison intercepted the storm and captured its most intense moments as it made landfall in the early morning hours of November 10th. It's wind strength was enough to defoliate the trees of Pensacola, Florida from dead leaves, leaving the city beautiful and bright green the following morning. Yes, it was not much of a storm, but XtremeHurricanes.com did the best that could be done in capturing it.



Good effort, but like i thought, very boring storm in the states. I wish i had footage of if when it was over central america and just would not weaken
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Quoting TampaFLUSA:
Global Warming Professor Admits to Unorganized Data and More


RoseGate becomes DailyMailGate: Error-riddled articles and false statements destroy Daily Mail’s credibilty
Two top climate scientists and the NSIDC accuse Daily Mail of misquoting and misrepresenting them or their work.

http://climateprogress.org/2010/02/15/rosegate-dailymail-error-riddled-articles-misquote-credibilit y-science/


Daily Mangle

Yesterday, the Daily Mail of the UK published a predictably inaccurate article entitled “Climategate U-turn as scientist at centre of row admits: There has been no global warming since 1995″.

The title itself is a distortion of what Jones actually said in an interview with the BBC.

http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2010/02/daily-mangle/
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282. XLR8
Oops wanted those to be links I will have to work on that..LOL
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281. XLR8
Pics of the snow at my house in Fannin Mississippi on 02/12/10. The snow started around 9:30 pm on 02/11/10 and did not stop till 2 pm on 02/12/10. I hope you enjoy.

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Global Warming Professor Admits to Unorganized Data and More

Updated: Tuesday, 16 Feb 2010, 12:18 PM EST
Published : Tuesday, 16 Feb 2010, 8:15 PM EST

(NewsCore) – Global warming is continually the topic of heated debate and endless conversation. But now Professor Phil Jones has openly admitted that global warming is not as “statistically significant” as currently believed according to The Daily Mail .

Jones, whose data is crucial to global warming research, admitted in a BBC interview on Saturday about many “mistakes” he has suppressed for 15 years.

For one, his record keeping is "not as good as it should be." Much of the data that supports the famous “hockey stick graphs,” used by advocates of the global warming theory, has been lost.

Colleagues say the reason he has refused to open up about his research in recent years is because there isn’t any.

Jones also admitted that over the past 15 years, very little global warming has taken place reports the Daily Mail . In fact, the difference in global warming rates within the last 150 years is barely noticeable.

The most startling find, however, is that today’s shift in climate temperatures may not be related to man-made activity.

According to Jones, between 800 and 1300 A.D., temperatures were actually warmer than they are now.

Known was the “Medieval Warm Period,” this supports the idea that global warming is not so much man-made as it is naturally occurring.
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Quoting jeffs713:

It looks like the flow is becoming more zonal, and the upper midwest is in for a deep freeze.


BRING ON THE COLD!

We've been having a mild winter, which isn't terrible, but anything to cool off the western Great Lakes would be... great!

The south shore of Lake Superior just received 17.5" of lake-enhanced snow Sunday evening, and I was caught by surprise driving in a whiteout! Besides giving my shovel, snowblower, and backside a rest, it would be nice to limit some evaporation from the lakes and aid in the recent low water-level rebounds.

Last year, I reached -20°F a couple times, which is completely normal up here. This year the coldest has only been -7°.
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Quoting StormChaser81:


You can see -24*F and -26*F on the flow coming out of Canada and moves into the Montana, ND, SD region and then down from there.

You could see even colder temps than the model is showing if the cold air flows more southerly.

Yep, but the really cold air never makes it south of KS/OK, before pulling back north.

Welcome to spring?
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Quoting twhcracker:
my snow pics from friday in nw fla :)
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Had to look up where Fountain was, had never heard of it. Nice pictures. Were those up towards Dothan?
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Quoting Ossqss:


Still in Beta on this one Oz :)



Classic! LOL! :D
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my snow pics from friday in nw fla :)
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273. beell
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Quoting StormChaser81:


Oh joy let the deep south freeze continue.
no won't make it down to gulf coast sun is getting warmer now as the great push north ramps up we gain about 2 and half mins of daylight every day from here till spring then it picks up even faster after that further more we got two weeks to go till time goes ahead first sunday of march
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Post #267 LOL!!! IS that for real?
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Quoting jeffs713:

It looks like the flow is becoming more zonal, and the upper midwest is in for a deep freeze.


You can see -24*F and -26*F on the flow coming out of Canada and moves into the Montana, ND, SD region and then down from there.

You could see even colder temps than the model is showing if the cold air flows more southerly.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:



It looks like the flow is becoming more zonal, and the upper midwest is in for a deep freeze.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:




Oh joy let the deep south freeze continue.
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Quoting CycloneOz:


Agreed.

BTW...Ossgss is into "designing" hurricane-proof suits. Have you seen any of them? They're a riot!


Still in Beta on this one Oz :)

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Quoting weatherbro:


Don't get used to it. The models are forecasting an arctic onslaught next week for the eastern and central conus. Thankfully, it appears to be our last real shot for the Winter!

According to Joe Lumberg, it'll be just shy of(and so far not as long as) the early January outbreak. Though it looks to be the coldest for this month.
Quoting Bordonaro:
Finally, the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex, TX will have near or above normal temps for the first time since 2/5/10.

So far for Feb 2010, we are exactly 9F below normal as of yesterday.


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Quoting atmoaggie:
G'morn WU.

Happy Mardi Gras!

A bit cold with the north wind coming off Lake P. Sitting in the neutral ground (median to most of you) of Severn in Metairie awaiting Argus (the first of 3 consecutive parades). Kiddies are dealing with the cold well...not even complaining, though the guy near us with about 5000 super bouncy balls being randomly tossed in the air a few at a time is helping immensely.

(Yes, Metairie daytime parades are kid friendly-the kids outnumber the adults 2 to 1 for these.)


For the record, I envy you going to a Mardi Gras parade. My fiancee wanted to take me this year, but buying a house takes precedence. Next year, though... hehe
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G'morn WU.

Happy Mardi Gras!

A bit cold with the north wind coming off Lake P. Sitting in the neutral ground (median to most of you) of Severn in Metairie awaiting Argus (the first of 3 consecutive parades). Kiddies are dealing with the cold well...not even complaining, though the guy near us with about 5000 super bouncy balls being randomly tossed in the air a few at a time is helping immensely.

(Yes, Metairie daytime parades are kid friendly-the kids outnumber the adults 2 to 1 for these.)
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Quoting Bordonaro:
Finally, the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex, TX will have near or above normal temps for the first time since 2/5/10.

So far for Feb 2010, we are exactly 9F below normal as of yesterday.
Forecast for Dallas/Fort Worth.


Don't get used to it. The models are forecasting an arctic onslaught next week for the eastern and central conus. Thankfully, it appears to be our last real shot for the Winter!

According to Joe Lumberg, it'll be just shy of(and so far not as long as) the early January outbreak. Though it looks to be the coldest for this month.
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i was in the eye of a hurricane as a child. we all went out onto the porch and the sun was shining and the yard was full of downed moss and limbs and debris. we just stood there waiting for it to pass and when it did, moss and limbs started rolling across the yard, the rain started and then an eery roar, and less than a mile from our house a tornado came ashore that was embedded in the eye wall and "mowed" half the trees in town down at the same level about 10 ft off the ground. It also sent 2 by 4 boards thru a warehouse wall and through the trunk of a large palm tree. There were altogether 6 tornadoes i think in the eye wall. and it was very dark.
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Finally, the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex, TX will have near or above normal temps for the first time since 2/5/10.

So far for Feb 2010, we are exactly 9F below normal as of yesterday.
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Quoting AussieStorm:

I have seen video's on Nat Geo and Discovery Channel of what its like in the very intense part of the eye wall just before the eye. If i am there with someone that knows what they are doing, I am sure i will be fine. Even if i'm in a parking lot.

Goodnight all

parking garage is your best bet and find high ground check elevation and have fun.
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Quoting AussieStorm:

I have seen video's on Nat Geo and Discovery Channel of what its like in the very intense part of the eye wall just before the eye. If i am there with someone that knows what they are doing, I am sure i will be fine. Even if i'm in a parking lot.

Goodnight all


Agreed.

BTW...Ossgss is into "designing" hurricane-proof suits. Have you seen any of them? They're a riot!
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Quoting RMCF:

till you are actually in it grab your ankles and kiss your ? not fun and when you think it has peaked out it has a way of getting worse than you imagined.

I have seen video's on Nat Geo and Discovery Channel of what its like in the very intense part of the eye wall just before the eye. If i am there with someone that knows what they are doing, I am sure i will be fine. Even if i'm in a parking lot.

Goodnight all
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Quoting AussieStorm:

One of my dreams is to be in the eye of a Hurricane/Cyclone/Typhoon.


Ike's eye was spooky. Complete calm with overhead clouds that were being brilliantly lit up by a full moon. It was like looking up into a bowl of milky water. Seeing all the tropical bird flocks flying inside it was beyond real.
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Quoting AussieStorm:

One of my dreams is to be in the eye of a Hurricane/Cyclone/Typhoon.

till you are actually in it grab your ankles and kiss your ? not fun and when you think it has peaked out it has a way of getting worse than you imagined.
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Quoting AussieStorm:

One of my dreams is to be in the eye of a Hurricane/Cyclone/Typhoon.


For HD video, that's "the money shot."

So far, to my knowledge...the prize is still out there waiting to be claimed.

Ideally, we're talking about an eyewall no wider than 5-10 miles across at landfall...perfectly symmetrical with very little if any cloudiness within the eye.
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Quoting CycloneOz:


Yeah...there's a stark difference between that video and all the other night storms.

During Hurricane Ike, another night storm, I kept watching and waiting for that giant wall of water to sweep over the sea wall. I really wanted to "go into the light" that was lighting up the Mermaid Pier, but the call from my Mom telling me that everyone was going to die in my "sheltered area," kept me put.

Dolly taught me a lesson, one that I practiced in Ike. However, had I "been crazy enough" to move closer to shore, I would've got video of that pier being torn apart.

One of my dreams is to be in the eye of a Hurricane/Cyclone/Typhoon.
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I'm already working on my final "experience" video of last year...Hurricane Jimena.

During that chase, I got some really good footage. It should be the best of 2009.
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Quoting AussieStorm:


I hope you don't have any CONUS intercepts this year.


Well, if I don't, then there won't be any chasing, as I'm not going to chase in a foreign country this year.
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Quoting Jeff9641:


That Dolly video is absolutly amazing!!


Yeah...there's a stark difference between that video and all the other night storms.

During Hurricane Ike, another night storm, I kept watching and waiting for that giant wall of water to sweep over the sea wall. I really wanted to "go into the light" that was lighting up the Mermaid Pier, but the call from my Mom telling me that everyone was going to die in my "sheltered area," kept me put.

Dolly taught me a lesson, one that I practiced in Ike. However, had I "been crazy enough" to move closer to shore, I would've got video of that pier being torn apart.
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Tonga cleans up after cyclone
New Zealand correspondent Kerri Ritchie, Tuesday February 16

There has been extensive damage in Tonga after the Pacific Island nation was battered by Cyclone Rene overnight.

A massive clean-up is underway this morning, after the capital Nuku'alofa on the main island of Tongatapu was battered by torrential rain and winds of up to 230 kilometres per hour.

Mango and coconut crops were destroyed by the cyclone, while power lines and trees were brought down.

Tongan police commander Chris Kelley says it was fortunate no one was killed or injured.

"Considerable damage to buildings, roofs have been ripped off, windows blown out," he said.

"We evacuated about 25 families overnight just to ensure they weren't affected by the flooding."

Mr Kelley says authorities will fly over the area to assess the damage.

"We've had widespread damage here to crops and vegetation, there's been considerable damage to buildings," he said.

"Power has been out all night. Whether or not it is long-lasting remains to be seen, but it has certainly been extensive overnight."

The New Zealand Met Service says the cyclone is now moving further south.

- ABC
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Indonesian earthquake felt in Darwin

* From: AAP
* February 16


AN earthquake far off the north-west Australian coast rattled walls, windows and crockery in Darwin this morning but caused no damage.

The earthquake, of magnitude 6.1, occurred in the Banda Sea at a distance which would normally make it pass unnoticed on the Australian mainland.

Geoscience Australia spokesman Chris Thompson said the tremor was felt in northern Australia because of the unusual undersea geology of the region.

Scientists believe the orientation of the fault-lines under the Banda Sea allows seismic waves to travel very efficiently towards Australia.

Other earthquakes in this region have made themselves felt in Darwin. In 2005 Darwin residents felt the effects of a 7.1 magnitude quake some 660 kilometres away.

Mr Thompson said the earthquake this morning occurred at 8.51am (AEDT).

"We got some 20-odd reports from this morning. It was pretty widely felt," he said.
There were no reports of damage.

"We wouldn't expect any either from this sort of event. It is just not large enough to cause that strong a shaking."
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A nice nippy 31 degrees F this morning here in Panama City…winds are 5 to 15 making it quite difficult to get motivated to leave the house this morning…more coffee…more coffee. I, for one, will be most happy to see a return to normal temps for this time of year.

On the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast…I have only seen Dr. Grays forecast…looks active at this point, but I feel it is far to early to give anything close to a reasonably accurate forecast, with El Nino still in play at this point.

Dr. Grays Dec. ’09 Forecast:
Named Storms: 11-16
Hurricanes: 6-8
Major: 3-5

Very Respectfully,

Jon
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Quoting Ossqss:
Interesting tid bit.. :)

Lake Erie now frozen over
241-mile stretch all ice for 1st time since 1995-96


there is an interrsting book that was a bestseller not too long ago "The Frozen Thames". It is a novel based on historical data of every time in recorded history the Thames river has been frozen solid. I wish some meterologist would look at it and coordinate the dates with weather patterns. its an awesome book. Talks about accounts of flocks of birds instantly freezing and dropping to the ground frozen solid.
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Quoting CycloneOz:


XtremeHurricanes.com has produced another video of a storm that made landfall along the Gulf Coast of the United States. On November 8, 2009, a freak November hurricane, Hurricane Ida, was positioned in the central Gulf as a Category 2 hurricane. Within 24 hours, it weakened into a tropical storm. Hurricane Chasers Brian Osburn and Doug Morrison intercepted the storm and captured its most intense moments as it made landfall in the early morning hours of November 10th. It's wind strength was enough to defoliate the trees of Pensacola, Florida from dead leaves, leaving the city beautiful and bright green the following morning. Yes, it was not much of a storm, but XtremeHurricanes.com did the best that could be done in capturing it.


I hope you don't have any CONUS intercepts this year.

at the 13min mark, you'll see me waving to everyone here.

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Quoting Jeff9641:


15 total storms 8 hurricanes with 4 major. That's my prediction.
we may have a shot at making it all the way to scary shary that would be 18
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Morning Brian! Ida was a bust for P'cola, just as all three of our predicted snowfalls have been this season. I don't really mind when tropical systems bust. I've seen what happens when they don't! I can't ever remember when we had forecasts for 3 seperate snowfalls in one winter. Too bad it didn't happen.
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Quoting severstorm:
I heard this morning that new england states were going to get 6-10 inches out of this storm.


Maybe if you live right along the coastline.
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234. Were do they put all that snow?
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I heard this morning that new england states were going to get 6-10 inches out of this storm.
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