Heavy snow, rain, and flooding for the Northeast U.S.

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:21 PM GMT on February 25, 2010

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The winter of 2009-2010 continues its relentless onslaught over the U.S. today, as a powerful low pressure system intensifying along the East Coast brings heavy snow, flooding rains, and high winds to New England and the Mid-Atlantic. The storm has already dropped more than two feet of snow over Eastern New York near Albany, and surrounding regions of Western Massachusetts and Southern Vermont. These regions are now seeing rain mixed in with the snow, which will limit further accumulations to 1 - 3 inches. Farther east, flooding is a concern for most of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, southern New Hampshire, and portions of western Maine, where heavy rainfall of 1 - 3 inches on top of a snow pack with a high water content has created runoff that has already swollen many rivers to flood stage. Heavy snow is the main concern over southeast New York, northern New Jersey, and northeast Pennsylvania. The unusually slow-moving storm is expected to drop snow amounts of up to 18" in the Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania, and in northern New Jersey. New York City, whose 30.5" of snow so far this winter is 13" above average for this date, could get up to a foot of wet, heavy snow. Philadelphia's 73" of snow for the season will get an 8 - 12" boost from the storm, taking their record snowiest winter even further into record territory. Wind gusts of 30 - 40 mph in combination with the very wet, heavy snow will make power outages a problem over much of the region.


Figure 1. Visible satellite image at 9:30am EST Thursday, February 25, 2010 showing today's Northeast U.S. snowstorm. Image credit: NASA GSFC GOES project.

Some selected storm-total snowfall amounts, from Tuesday morning through 10am EST today, courtesy of the National Weather Service:

...CONNECTICUT...
BURLINGTON 10.0
NEW HARTFORD 3.8 W 9.0

...KENTUCKY...
OVEN FORK 1 NE 5.0
BLEDSOE 2 SE 4.0

...MASSACHUSETTS...
SAVOY 28.5
ROWE 25.0
CHESTERFIELD 24.0
ASHFIELD 23.6
HEATH 22.0
SHELBURNE 22.0
PLAINFIELD 21.5
PITTSFIELD 20.0
BECKET 19.8
CHESTER 19.5
BLANDFORD 19.0
ASHBURNHAM 16.8
LANESBOROUGH 16.0
NORTH OTIS 16.0
NEW ASHFORD 13.0
WORCESTER 10.7

...NEW HAMPSHIRE...
EAST LEMPSTER 20.0
WASHINGTON 18.5
PETERBOROUGH 18.0
RANDOLF 17.6
GREENFIELD 16.0
NEWPORT 15.3
WILTON 14.0
BENNINGTON 13.0
WAPOLE 12.9
WEST CHESTERFIELD 10.8
LEMPSTER 10.0

...NEW YORK...
ALTAMONT 26.5
WESTERLO 26.0
WILLARD MTN BASE 25.0
NORTH HEBRON 24.0
MEDUSA 23.0
MORIAH 22.5
TABORTON 22.0
DURHAM 20.0
PORTER CORNERS 20.0
ROXBURY 18.9
PHOENICIA 18.5
CHATHAM CENTER 18.0
SCHENECTADY 15.0
ALBANY 12.4
BINGHAMTON 10.5

...OHIO...
CARROLOTON 5.5

...PENNSYLVANIA...
PONOCO PEAK LAKE 13.0
HAWLEY 3.8 NE 11.0
WANTAGE 11.0
PLEASANT MOUNT 10.0
DINGMANS FERRY 3.9 WSW 9.2
MILANVILLE 1.5 SE 8.9
SAYLORSBURG 8.5
BEEMERVILLE 8.0
EAST STROUDSBURG 8.0
THOMPSON 8.0

...RHODE ISLAND...
BURRILLVILLE 6.5
WEST GLOCESTER 5.1
WOONSOCKET 0.3 W 3.4

...TENNESSEE...
APPALACHIA 3.0
ROAN MOUNTAIN 3.0

Update on this Saturday's major winter storm in Europe
Computer forecast models continue to forecast the development of a powerful winter storm that will rapidly intensify Saturday morning into a meteorological "bomb" that will bring high winds and flooding rains to Portugal, northern Spain, and possibly France. However, today's model runs are less aggressive in deepening the storm, and no longer call for the storm to be as intense as last year's Winter Storm Klaus. Klaus, which hit northern Spain and southwest France January 23 - 25, was Earth's most costly natural disaster of 2009, causing $5.1 billion in damage and killing 26. Klaus peaked in intensity at 967 mb, and brought wind gusts of 120 mph (193 km/hr) to Formiguères, France, 125 mph (200 km/hr) to Portbou, Spain, and 134 mph (216 km/hr) to Port d'Envalira, Andorra. Last night's 00Z (7pm EST) run of the ECMWF model and GFS model called for Saturday's storm to have 974 - 976 mb central pressure. Saturday's storm still has the potential to be plenty damaging, as winds of tropical storm force with gusts to hurricane force should affect a large swath of Portugal and northern Spain.


Figure 2. Forecast from the 1am EST 2/25/10 run of the GFS model for 18 GMT Saturday for surface winds. The GFS is predicting that Saturday's storm will peak in intensity at this time with a pressure of 974 mb. Sustained winds just below hurricane force of 60 - 75 mph (green colors) are expected offshore from Portugal. Image was generated using our wundermap for Spain with the "model" layer turned on.

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Quoting Ossqss:
363 Lol., someone named Shame on a blog with 23 comments, debunked them. Yep, that does it for me.


Why don't you read the article ?


False Claims Proven False


Two of the most prominent claims of global warming denialists have proven to be utterly false.


I’ve completed processing the GHCN data for the northern hemisphere. This project was undertaken to investigate two denialist claims: 1st, that the dramatic reduction in the number of reporting stations around 1990 introduced a false warming trend; 2nd, that the adjustments applied to station data also introduce a false warming trend.

http://tamino.wordpress.com/2010/02/25/false-claims-proven-false/

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363 Lol., someone on a blog with 23 comments, debunked them. Yep, that does it for me.

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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Hmm, I forgot about tornado season and microbursts. We had some intense tornadoes up here in S. Ontario last year and it looks like they're only going to get worse.



We don't need a supreme ruler to deal with global warming, but a loose world government is not worse than allowing global warming to continue. There wouldn't be an economy without an environment.



The Who? The What?


Really the world has been a lot warmer than it is today.
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Quoting AwakeInMaryland:
Dave Clark 5
Herman's Hermits
Gerry and the Pacemakers
Chad and Jeremy
Peter and Gordon ("the British Invasion's answer to the Everly Brothers"?)
The Troggs
The Zombies
The Kinks
Freddie and the Dreamers
The Animals

We gotta get out of this place
If it's the last thing we ever do.

(BTW, there's a house in New Orleans they call the rising sun.)
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Quoting AwakeInMaryland:
Dave Clark 5
Herman's Hermits
Gerry and the Pacemakers
Chad and Jeremy
Peter and Gordon ("the British Invasion's answer to the Everly Brothers"?)
The Troggs
The Zombies
The Kinks
Freddie and the Dreamers
The Animals


Way after my time. I was already to old to listen to them.
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Quoting atmoaggie:

Is that before or after the more water vapor that you guys have been trying hard to attribute all of the snowfall to?

As everyone knows, extra humidity doesn't work out too well for either fires or drought...so it cannot be simultaneous.


You assume the humidity would be evenly distributed? I don't think so. I think even with more water vapor in the air, it will still be concentrated in certain areas like it is today.
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Not Al Gore, but so far this has been the least snowy season on record for Toronto Pearson, which is south of my location. Also, 2007-2008 was the snowiest season on record, so it looks like the extremes have been swinging around wildly due to global warming and this process is accelerating. This winter, ENSO and AO have forced the jet stream south into the US, dumping all the major storms south of the border (indeed the only major storms here this season, one on January 3 and the current storm, both retrograded with multiple centers after emerging offshore in the Atlantic and tapping into the jet stream to give us major snowfall when combined with snowsqualls.


Plus, hotter oceans means there's more water vapor in the air, so a lot more fuel for wintery storms.
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Dave Clark 5
Herman's Hermits
Gerry and the Pacemakers
Chad and Jeremy
Peter and Gordon ("the British Invasion's answer to the Everly Brothers"?)
The Troggs
The Zombies
The Kinks
Freddie and the Dreamers
The Animals
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Shame
February 25, 2010 · 23 Comments

Two of the most prominent claims of global warming denialists have been proven wrong.


This raises two very serious issues. First, it’s certainly possible to “run the numbers” in order to check the truth or falsehood of their claims, but they didn’t bother to do so. I have. For them to make the claims they’ve made, without even doing the work require to find out, is fundamentally dishonest.

The second, and more serious issue, is that denialists — in particular, Joe D’Aleo and Anthony Watts — have unambiguously accused mainstream climate scientists of deliberate wrongdoing, in spite of the fact that D’Aleo and Watts didn’t analyze the available data in anything like sufficient detail to know. They were all too eager to accuse the climate science community of deceit. All they’ve really shown is that they’re willing to shoot from the hip with no real evidence, in a case where they’re provably wrong, but far too eager to make accusations against honest, hard-working climate scientists without finding out for themselves.

The claim that the station dropout is responsible for any, let alone most, of the modern warming trend, is utterly, demonstrably, provably false. The claim that adjustments introduced by analysis centers such as NASA GISS have introduced false warming is utterly, demonstrably, provably false.

Those who have made these claims, which most prominently include Joe D’Aleo and Anthony Watts, are not just wrong, they’re guilty of false accusations against the scientists who’ve created global temperature records. D’Aleo and Watts owe those scientists an apology. And they owe it to the world, especially their blog readers, to set the record straight in no uncertain terms. D’Aleo and Watts: it’s time to admit not only that you’re wrong, but that you were irresponsible in making such accusations without even undertaking proper investigation.

D’Aleo and Watts should publicly denounce the paper they authored for the Science and Public Policy Institute, should publicly apologize to the climate science community, and should withdraw from the online discussion of global warming in shame.

http://tamino.wordpress.com/2010/02/25/shame/
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So what's the snow outlook looking like for Fri night/Sat morning for LA into FL panhandle? Any new updates?
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361. amd
Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Wow. Major storm for S. Ontario?



could get some warning levels snow in the eastern most areas of ontario.

Latest models suggests that the low will retrograde all the way to NYC and possibly just north of Philadelphia.

here are the environmental Canada warnings:

Link
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Joe Bastardi is predicting an active hurricane season.
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Quoting amd:
if the pressure at East Fairhaven, Massachusetts is right, the pressure with this major Noreaster is dipping below 970 mb.

Link

This is becoming an epic storm for the northeast.


Wow. Major storm for S. Ontario?

Quoting atmoaggie:

Very general rule is La Nina = more nadoes, El Nino = fewer nadoes

I thought El Ninos were forecasted to be more frequent and stronger (and deadly, of course)


What about 2004?

Quoting Chicklit:
It may be ego or culture, but it's not science.


This inertia is what prevents science from moving forward.
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Fujiwara effect between TX and NE?
ConusLoop
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It may be ego or culture, but it's not science.
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Hmm, I forgot about tornado season and microbursts. We had some intense tornadoes up here in S. Ontario last year and it looks like they're only going to get worse.

Very general rule is La Nina = more nadoes, El Nino = fewer nadoes

I thought El Ninos were forecasted to be more frequent and stronger (and deadly, of course)
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Can anyone me information about the hail storm in West Palm Beach yesterday. As far as the worst areas that were hit by hail ?
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354. amd
if the pressure at East Fairhaven, Massachusetts is right, the pressure with this major Noreaster is dipping below 970 mb.

Link

This is becoming an epic storm for the northeast.
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

Good news: %u201CMet Office wants re-examination of 150 years of climate data%u201D
Now let's hope they'll fix the problems that have caused them to lowball recent warming.


The US surface temps have also a cool bias, so how would this turn out? ...


Yep, the truth is what we need, and will have, count on it!

Don't forget the Beach Boys :)

out>>
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Quoting atmoaggie:

And The Everly Brothers
Why, oh why, does everyone forget The Everly Brothers?


Ah, Come on, Stop Crying in the Rain!!!!
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

fujiwhara effect
microburst


Hmm, I forgot about tornado season and microbursts. We had some intense tornadoes up here in S. Ontario last year and it looks like they're only going to get worse.

Quoting Skepticall:


So say bye to the economy the democratic system we are used to and say hello to a world ruler? Sounds like a great plan!!!


We don't need a supreme ruler to deal with global warming, but a loose world government is not worse than allowing global warming to continue. There wouldn't be an economy without an environment.

Quoting Grothar:


The Shirelles
The Platters
The Ronettes
Little Anthony and the Imperials
The Duke of Earl
The Temptations
The Supremes


The Who? The What?
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Waiting until everything is proven will mean no time left for action. That's why one side is trying to convince the skeptics, but to no avail.

Hi Astro,
Sometimes it is not worth your energy to engage. They will not change their opinion.
Peer review is not important to them.
They are not concerned with the same things you are.
You are wasting your valuable energy on them.
Just move forward and study, make observations, form your opinions and conclusions, and read what others have to say.
It's a process.
You only get to be here once.
Now.
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349. 789
huricane gonna hit nyc
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Quoting Grothar:


The Shirelles
The Platters
The Ronettes
Little Anthony and the Imperials
The Duke of Earl
The Temptations
The Supremes

And The Everly Brothers
Why, oh why, does everyone forget The Everly Brothers?
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Quoting atmoaggie:

Why, no, I haven't felt the need to pick that one up. I should?


No, you would not have a need for it.
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


OK, here are some more:

Tropical frontal cyclogenesis
Azores-to-Cape-Verde back-loop
Mediterranean cross-overs
Costa Rica and Panama cross-overs
Gulf Stream Fujiwhara
Gulf of Mexico loop-de-loop
Opposing storm surge effect
West Greenland extratropical storms
Subtropical hurricanes
Great Lakes cyclones
Cross-Atlantic storms


The Shirelles
The Platters
The Ronettes
Little Anthony and the Imperials
The Duke of Earl
The Temptations
The Supremes
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Quoting Ossqss:
Hummm, it will be interesting how this will shake out in conjunction with the independent Re-Do of the surface temp analysis that is going to happen ? I still wonder how that will change the graphs a few years from now. :)

Good news: “Met Office wants re-examination of 150 years of climate data”
Now let's hope they'll fix the problems that have caused them to lowball recent warming.


The US surface temps have also a cool bias, so how would this turn out? ...
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Quoting Grothar:


Stop scaring me with the similarities!!!! How is it going AT????

Ever read "The Fine Art of Dipolmacy or How to Argue With Stupid People" Of course this definitely would not apply to anyone on this blog, just a literary reference.

Why, no, I haven't felt the need to pick that one up. I should?
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Hummm, it will be interesting how this will shake out in conjunction with the independent Re-Do of the surface temp analysis that is going to happen ? I still wonder how that will change the graphs a few years from now. :)

Enter more lawyers>>>>>>>

Joined at the hip: The EPA Endangerment Finding uses the IPCC's questionable science
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Tallying Montclair's trees
But the municipality has a tree deficit from a massive storm that struck the town in 2006.

The estimate of trees downed or damaged during the microburst is in the "upper hundreds or lower thousands," said Schuckman.
http://www.northjersey.com/news/environment/85303382_Tallying_all_of_Montclair_s_trees_.html
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Quoting atmoaggie:

Hah! I've put that up in here before...


Stop scaring me with the similarities!!!! How is it going AT????

Ever read "The Fine Art of Dipolmacy or How to Argue With Stupid People" Of course this definitely would not apply to anyone on this blog, just a literary reference.
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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

There is no proving. It is man-made and we are here our generation faces it. No matter where you live you are effected. Ignore want help, action is needed now.


So say bye to the economy the democratic system we are used to and say hello to a world ruler? Sounds like a great plan!!!
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


OK, here are some more:

Tropical frontal cyclogenesis
Azores-to-Cape-Verde back-loop
Mediterranean cross-overs
Costa Rica and Panama cross-overs
Gulf Stream Fujiwhara
Gulf of Mexico loop-de-loop
Opposing storm surge effect
West Greenland extratropical storms
Subtropical hurricanes
Great Lakes cyclones
Cross-Atlantic storms

fujiwhara effect
microburst
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Quoting WaterWitch11:


i didn't want to touch this but what the haymaker.

it's not ignoring the problem, it's endlessly arguing the point. whether it is man made or a cycle or were we able to prevent it or not? it won't be proven until later, when all of us here blogging are no longer.


Waiting until everything is proven will mean no time left for action. That's why one side is trying to convince the skeptics, but to no avail.
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Quoting Grothar:


Hey Dan, I can't wait until Hurricane Season, which I believe starts June 1 in the Atlantic, for all the old clichés to start. You know, the ones from all the past Hurricane Seasons we old timers have all shared. Here are a few:

Hunker down!
Pray for the best and expect the worst!
Curvature or recurvature.
Intermediate cyclogenesis.

Come on you add some!!!!!


OK, here are some more:

Tropical frontal cyclogenesis
Azores-to-Cape-Verde back-loop
Mediterranean cross-overs
Costa Rica and Panama cross-overs
Gulf Stream Fujiwhara
Gulf of Mexico loop-de-loop
Opposing storm surge effect
West Greenland extratropical storms
Subtropical hurricanes
Great Lakes cyclones
Cross-Atlantic storms
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Quoting WaterWitch11:


i didn't want to touch this but what the haymaker.

it's not ignoring the problem, it's endlessly arguing the point. whether it is man made or a cycle or were we able to prevent it or not? it won't be proven until later, when all of us here blogging are no longer.

There is no proving. It is man-made and we are here our generation faces it. No matter where you live you are effected. Ignore want help, action is needed now.
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SSTs... so the Gulf and off the east coast is below normal but the MDR, CV and Caribeean well above. Going to be interesting. February is a little too early to be looking at SST's (El Niño isn't even over yet!) It will be though, come April.
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Quoting AussieStorm:

I ignored him cause he was going off topic. and still is. that's why he's still on ignore, and i might add you soon too.

Sure i'm on your ignore ... Aussie what about your heatwave in australia now?
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Problem is, putting away the discussion doesn't cause it to be invalidated.



Unfortunately, ignoring a global problem, or similarly ignoring the people who talk about it will not cause the problem to subside.


i didn't want to touch this but what the haymaker.

it's not ignoring the problem, it's endlessly arguing the point. whether it is man made or a cycle or were we able to prevent it or not? it won't be proven until later, when all of us here blogging are no longer.
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Quoting Grothar:
Anyone on here want a copy of the old best-seller "How to Win Friends and Influence People"? I might have some spare copies lying around.

Hah! I've put that up in here before...
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:
But coming up with a conclusion then trying to find evidence to support it is neither skepticism nor science. It is denial and deceit.

Oh, my. That's been said before. Seems like I heard that somewhere. LOL!
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Quoting AussieStorm:

I ignored him cause he was going off topic. and still is. that's why he's still on ignore, and i might add you soon too.


I do a lot of on-topic comments, including tropical cyclones and possible outcomes of cyclones feeding into abnormal sea surface temperatures, as well as tropical SST and ocean current interpretations and info. I'm going to write a blog entry soon covering this so I don't have to post so much on the blog. Sometimes, the comments just spiral out of control, and two sides who disagree just restate themselves ad infinitum and forget to look out the window.
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Quoting HTV:


You're really not going to start a joke about a religion are you, not a wise move. May get you banned.
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Quoting Grothar:


Hey Dan, I can't wait until Hurricane Season, which I believe starts June 1 in the Atlantic, for all the old clichés to start. You know, the ones from all the past Hurricane Seasons we old timers have all shared. Here are a few:

Hunker down!
Pray for the best and expect the worst!
Curvature or recurvature.
Intermediate cyclogenesis.

Come on you add some!!!!!



RUNNNNNNNNN
IS it going to be a Cat5 when it comes to (wherever JFV happens to be)
a South Florida mantra - Hide from wind, run from water
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327. HTV
What do you get when you cross a Jehovah's Witness with a AGW follower?
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Carp? Fish-spinner?


Just keeping it G rated.
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Quoting PcolaDan:


LOL It is fun, until it hits that "OH CARP, it's coming my way" point.


Hey Dan, I can't wait until Hurricane Season, which I believe starts June 1 in the Atlantic, for all the old clichés to start. You know, the ones from all the past Hurricane Seasons we old timers have all shared. Here are a few:

Hunker down!
Pray for the best and expect the worst!
Curvature or recurvature.
Intermediate cyclogenesis.

Come on you add some!!!!!
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Problem is, putting away the discussion doesn't cause it to be invalidated.



Unfortunately, ignoring a global problem, or similarly ignoring the people who talk about it will not cause the problem to subside.


Repeatedly posting the same information on a daily basis just to continue arguing the same points doesn't validate or invalidate anything either. Each side is so positive they are right and the other is so wrong on this blog... can you say dead horse! Unfortunately, talk rarely stays talk, or even discussion. It's more of, well how about THIS, in your face garbage and a regurgitation of things already said, quite often just postings of information grabbed off the internet.
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Problem is, putting away the discussion doesn't cause it to be invalidated.



Unfortunately, ignoring a global problem, or similarly ignoring the people who talk about it will not cause the problem to subside.

I ignored him cause he was going off topic. and still is. that's why he's still on ignore, and i might add you soon too.
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Quoting Grothar:


You have got to be kidding? You mean I have been on a tropics blog and it ain't even Hurricane season????? How come none of yous all told me that???


Possible causes:

1) Global warming
2) Inspirational Portlight message back in December
3) El Nino-out-of-control
4) Hybrid storm systems
5) Frequent posts by Dr. Masters
6) Acceleration of global warming
7) Me :)
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Quoting AstroHurricane001:


Um, it's off-season right now...


You have got to be kidding? You mean I have been on a tropics blog and it ain't even Hurricane season????? How come none of yous all told me that???
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