WInter storm dumps 2 feet of snow on Oklahoma, Arkansas

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 8:25 PM GMT on February 09, 2011

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Yet another major snowstorm in the memorable winter of 2010-2011 has blasted the U.S. with over two feet of snow--this time in northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. The snow continues to pile up at a rate of an inch per hour across portions of Arkansas today, and snows of 1 - 4 inches are expected today through Thursday across northern Mississippi, northern Alabama, and Tennessee. The heaviest snows have fallen in northeast Oklahoma, with 25 inches reported at Jay. Several locations in northwest Arkansas, including Gravette in Benton County, have recorded 24" of snow. Heavy snows in excess of a foot have been reported in Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming, according the the latest NOAA Storm Summary. Bitterly cold air is pouring in behind the snowstorm; Abieline, Texas set a record low for the date of 9°F this morning, and the temperature is expected to plunge to 5°F tonight in the city. Abilene's coldest February temperature of all time was -7°F, set February 2, 1985.


Figure 1. Record snows piling up in northwest Arkansas on February 9, 2011. Image credit: wunderphotographer breezyky26.

Snowiest month and year in Tulsa's history
The 5.7 inches of snow that has fallen in Tulsa, Oklahoma as of noon today has brought that city its snowiest month on record, according to the National Weather Service. Thanks to the great February 1 blizzard and today's snowstorm, Tulsa has recorded 22.5" of snow this month. The previous record snowiest month was March 1924, when 19.7" fell. Today's snow brought the total for the 2010 - 2011 season to 26.1", a new record. The previous record was the 25.6" that fell in the winter of 1923 - 1924. Oklahoma City received 5.9" of snow from today's storm, bringing their seasonal total to 19.6", still well shy of their all-time record of 25.2", set in 1947 - 1948.


Figure 2. Snowfall amounts in Western Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas from the snowstorm of Feb 8 - 9, 2011, reached two feet (24 inches) in isolated regions. Image credit: National Weather Service, Tulsa.

Jeff Masters

Snowstorm Feb 8 2009 (gilg72)
Taken thru my kitchen door window. This house is 100 ft across the road.
Snowstorm Feb 8 2009

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The Psychology of Climate Change Denial

* By Brandon Keim Email Author
* December 9, 2009



Even as the science of global warming gets stronger, fewer Americans believe it’s real. In some ways, it’s nearly as jarring a disconnect as enduring disbelief in evolution or carbon dating. And according to Kari Marie Norgaard, a Whitman College sociologist who’s studied public attitudes towards climate science, we’re in denial.

“Our response to disturbing information is very complex. We negotiate it. We don’t just take it in and respond in a rational way,” said Norgaard.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change declared in 2007 that greenhouse gases had reached levels not seen in 650,000 years, and were rising rapidly as a result of people burning fossil fuel. Because these gases trap the sun’s heat, they would — depending on human energy habits — heat Earth by an average of between 1.5 and 7.2 degrees Fahrenheit by century’s end. Even a midrange rise would likely disrupt the planet’s climate, producing droughts and floods, acidified oceans, altered ecosystems and coastal cities drowned by rising seas.

“If there’s no action before 2012, that’s too late. What we do in the next two to three years will determine our future,” said Rajendra Pachauri, the IPCC chairman, when the report was released. “This is the defining moment.”

Studies published since then have only strengthened the IPCC’s predictions, or suggested they underestimate future warming. But as world leaders gather in Copenhagen to discuss how to avoid catastrophic climate change, barely half the U.S. public thinks carbon pollution could warm Earth. That’s 20 percent less than in 2007, and lower than at any point in the last 12 years. In a Pew Research Center poll, Americans ranked climate dead last out of 20 top issues, behind immigration and trade policy.

Wired.com talked to Norgaard about the divide between science and public opinion.

Wired.com: Why don’t people seem to care?

Kari Norgaard: On the one hand, there have been extremely well-organized, well-funded climate-skeptic campaigns. Those are backed by Exxon Mobil in particular, and the same PR firms who helped the tobacco industry (.pdf) deny the link between cancer and smoking are involved with magnifying doubt around climate change.

That’s extremely important, but my work has been in a different area. It’s been about people who believe in science, who aren’t out to question whether science has a place in society.

Wired.com: People who are coming at the issue in good faith, you mean. What’s their response?

Norgaard: Climate change is disturbing. It’s something we don’t want to think about. So what we do in our everyday lives is create a world where it’s not there, and keep it distant.

For relatively privileged people like myself, we don’t have to see the impact in everyday life. I can read about different flood regimes in Bangladesh, or people in the Maldives losing their islands to sea level rise, or highways in Alaska that are altered as permafrost changes. But that’s not my life. We have a vast capacity for this.

Wired.com: How is this bubble maintained?

Norgaard: In order to have a positive sense of self-identity and get through the day, we’re constantly being selective of what we think about and pay attention to. To create a sense of a good, safe world for ourselves, we screen out all kinds of information, from where food comes from to how our clothes our made. When we talk with our friends, we talk about something pleasant.

Wired.com: How does this translate into skepticism about climate change?

Norgaard: It’s a paradox. Awareness has increased. There’s been a lot more information available. This is much more in our face. And this is where the psychological defense mechanisms are relevant, especially when coupled with the fact that other people, as we’ve lately seen with the e-mail attacks, are systematically trying to create the sense that there’s doubt.

If I don’t want to believe that climate change is true, that my lifestyle and high carbon emissions are causing devastation, then it’s convenient to say that it doesn’t.

Wired.com: Is that what this comes down to — not wanting to confront our own roles?

Norgaard: I think so. And the reason is that we don’t have a clear sense of what we can do. Any community organizer knows that if you want people to respond to something, you need to tell them what to do, and make it seem do-able. Stanford University psychologist Jon Krosnick has studied this, and showed that people stop paying attention to climate change when they realize there’s no easy solution. People judge as serious only those problems for which actions can be taken.

Another factor is that we no longer have a sense of permanence. Another psychologist, Robert Lifton, wrote about what the existence of atomic bombs did to our psyche. There was a sense that the world could end at any moment.

Global warming is the same in that it threatens the survival of our species. Psychologists tell us that it’s very important to have a sense of the continuity of life. That’s why we invest in big monuments and want our work to stand after we die and have our family name go on.

That sense of continuity is being ruptured. But climate change has an added aspect that is very important. The scientists who built nuclear bombs felt guilt about what they did. Now the guilt is real for the broader public.

Wired.com: So we don’t want to believe climate change is happening, feel guilty that it is, and don’t know what to do about it? So we pretend it’s not a problem?

Norgaard: Yes, but I don’t want to make it seem crass. Sometimes people who are very empathetic are less likely to help in certain situations, because they’re so disturbed by it. The human capacity of empathy is really profound, and that’s part of our weakness. If we were more callous, then we’d approach it in a more straightforward way. It may be a weakness of our capacity as sentient beings to cope with this problem.
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Did ya see the date? 25 August 08
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From Wikipedia:

JWH-250 was discovered by, and named after the researcher Dr. John W. Huffman. He created JWH-250 and a number of other compounds to research the structure and function of the endocannabinoid system of mammals. Samples of JWH-250 were first identified in May 2009 by the German Federal Criminal Police, as an ingredient in new generation "herbal smoking blends" which had been released since the banning of the original ingredients (C8)-CP 47,497 and JWH-018.[5]

So the question might be, "What have they been smoking?"
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Afternoon everybody.... so based on that GFS map, KOTG, we should get another wave across the SE FL peninsula and Northern Bahamas by Saturday???

It's been remarkably warm today... mostly just used my jacket in a couple of cool, windy pockets this morning. I'm ready for a moderate warm-up, and it looks like we'll get one here for much of Feb....
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Quoting jwh250:



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There is a leap of delusion there that escapes me.
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Honestly, I'm not sure how you get from absorption spectra of gases and the growing concentration of one compound in particular (CO2) to global government and depopulation.
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I like that one headline:

Global Warming is about global government and depopulation
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Seems like we need to post the full text of the link Patrap gave us.

The Register reporter Steve Goddard is admitting today that his article last week on melting Arctic Sea Ice (Arctic ice refuses to melt as ordered) is incorrect.

Too bad the damage has already been done.

In his article, Goddard claimed that National Snow and Ice Data Center plot of Arctic Sea Ice Extent was wrong and that,

"The Arctic did not experience the meltdowns forecast by NSIDC and the Norwegian Polar Year Secretariat. It didn't even come close. Additionally, some current graphs and press releases from NSIDC seem less than conservative. There appears to be a consistent pattern of overstatement related to Arctic ice loss."

Today, Goddard is retracting the claim:

"... it is clear that the NSIDC graph is correct, and that 2008 Arctic ice is barely 10% above last year - just as NSIDC had stated."

But as Joe Romm at ClimateProgress points out it may be too little too late. Goddard's article has already caught fire in the climate denier-sphere with over 70 references to the story according to blog search engine Technorati, with titles like:

* Arctic Ice Grows 30 Per Cent In a Year
* The Global Warming Theory takes a hit
* Fishy Data From the Government
* Here’s another installment about the silliness of “global warming” as posited by politicians and “environmentalists”.
* Cooking the Books to Cook the Ice
* Global Warming is about global government and depopulation

Unless Goddard, or intrepid DeSmog readers, have the time to go out and urge bloggers to correct this latest misinformation, it will be popping up as yet another false piece of information on the true state of our planet and the realities of global warming for some time to come. And as the old adage goes , "If you repeat something long enough it eventually becomes true."



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indications show a nice warming coming for texas and points ne

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Quoting washingtonian115:
Spring will be coming early this year.And no not becuase that usless groundhog said so.The trees outside are already sprouting buds.The trees back in August/September were turning colors early,and look winter came early.
we will get some teases following warm up next week its only the first then of coarse a cool down but each warm up will get stronger and further north as each cool down will be a little less cool and not drop down as far south remember no matter what winter got left its gone in about 39 days then spring takes over
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Quoting jwh250:
Click for Galveston, Texas Forecast

I actually just talked to a friend on the island and she said that it was not snowing, although she is a good deal east of the recording site.
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Did you all actually read any of the Goddard items you reference from early 2010 and 2008? Just sayin, here is the original you reference in your old blog write ups. You guys must really like re-runs. LOL :)

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/08/15/goddard_a rctic_ice_mystery/

Steven Goddard writes: "Dr. Walt Meier at NSIDC has convinced me this week that their ice extent numbers are solid. So why the large discrepancy between their graphs and the UIUC maps? I went back and compared UIUC maps vs. NASA satellite photos from the same dates last summer. It turns out that the older UIUC maps had underrepresented the amount of low concentration ice in several regions of the Arctic. This summer, their maps do not have that same error. As a result, UIUC maps show a much greater increase in the amount of ice this year than does NSIDC. And thus the explanation of the discrepancy.

"it is clear that the NSIDC graph is correct, and that 2008 Arctic ice is barely 10% above last year - just as NSIDC had stated."

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Quoting 1900hurricane:

I wouldn't be surprised if those numbers for later this weekend and next week get upward adjustments due to convergence aloft and downslope flow like what happened last Sunday!

I will take it :O)
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Quoting weatherboy1992:
'Steven Goddard' is probably a team of PR flunkies working for Exxon-Mobil or something like that. Since he doesn't post under his real name we can be sure that whoever is behind 'Steven Goddard' does not want us knowing who it is or who is behind it.



I believe he uses a different pen name when he writes. Not sure, but this could be a picture of him.

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Quoting Bordonaro:
Fabulous weather here in the DFW, TX area :D

We only picked up 0.3 inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain this time around. We are in the middle 20's with wind chills around 10F.

This morning temps dropped to 16F with a wind chill of -4F.

Tonight will drop to 11-15F, with diminishing winds and warm up to 35-40F area wide tomorrow.

By Sunday, sunny with a high near 68F :D

I wouldn't be surprised if those numbers for later this weekend and next week get upward adjustments due to convergence aloft and downslope flow like what happened last Sunday!
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Fabulous weather here in the DFW, TX area :D

We only picked up 0.3 inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain this time around. We are in the middle 20's with wind chills around 10F.

This morning temps dropped to 16F with a wind chill of -4F.

Tonight will drop to 11-15F, with diminishing winds and warm up to 35-40F area wide tomorrow.

By Sunday, sunny with a high near 68F :D
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Quoting Patrap:
"The good thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not." -Neil deGrasse Tyson

"The laws of physics are real, everything else is politics!" - Neil deGrasse Tyson
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SPC Mesoscale Analysis
Auto-refresh is set to every minute [OFF 1 min 5 min]
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"The good thing about science is that it's true whether you believe in it or not." -Neil deGrasse Tyson
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Quoting NEwxguy:


Indications that a big warmup may be in the offing for the central and east,but who knows that far out,maybe the last half of Feb will be above normal.



It's Global Warming at it's most evil existence!!
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Spring will be coming early this year.And no not becuase that usless groundhog said so.The trees outside are already sprouting buds.The trees back in August/September were turning colors early,and look winter came early.
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Quoting jwh250:
Click for Galveston, Texas Forecast

Sweet! I actually had a few flakes here earlier today, after a bit of freezing rain. Not really enough of anything to cause much of an impact here though, except for maybe the cold itself.
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Quoting Speeky:
Is is just me or are Blizzards becoming more frequent?


In a dominantly negative AO winter placing the baroclinic zone over or south of the greatest population density, you bet.
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"The memorable winter of 2010-2011".Sorry Doc.But I'll forget about this winter as soon as it's over.No harsh feelings for those who were affected greatly.
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What happens to the snow ammounts possible for N GA if the Low does not weaken? ( I know thay go up, but i would like a number plz)
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Quoting stillwaiting:
could be a snowstorm sunday/monday feb20/21????,hope it happens!

Where would that be? I haven't looked at any of the more recent solutions yet.
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Some fairly good Isotropic Lift is occuring as warm air rides up the Theta-E surfaces in Louisiana and Mississippi.



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could be a snowstorm along the eastcoast sunday/monday feb20/21????,hope it happens!
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As the storm continues to move east, Winter Storm Warnings have been issued for eastern North Carolina:

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY NC
253 PM EST WED FEB 9 2011

...A SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL IS POSSIBLE ACROSS ALL OF EASTERN NORTH
CAROLINA TONIGHT AND THURSDAY MORNING...


.WEAK LOW PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP OFF THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST
TONIGHT AND CIRCULATE MOISTURE INTO A MARGINALLY COLD AIR MASS
OVER EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA. THIS WILL LEAD TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF
SNOW...POSSIBLY HEAVY AT TIMES...LATE TONIGHT AND EARLY THURSDAY
MORNING. THE PRECIPITATION IS LIKELY TO START AS RAIN...OR A MIX
OF RAIN AND SNOW WELL INLAND...THEN GRADUALLY TRANSITION TO SNOW
LATE TONIGHT. COASTAL AREAS WILL LIKELY NOT SEE A TRANSITION TO
SNOW UNTIL DAYBREAK THURSDAY. THE HEAVIEST SNOWS WILL COINCIDE
WITH THE THURSDAY MORNING RUSH HOUR CREATING DANGEROUS DRIVING
CONDITIONS ACROSS THE AREA. THE SNOW IS EXPECTED TO END BY
THURSDAY AFTERNOON.

NCZ029-044>047-079>081-090>095-098-103-104-100400 -
/O.CON.KMHX.WS.W.0003.110210T0300Z-110210T1600Z/
MARTIN-PITT-WASHINGTON-TYRRELL-MAINLAND DARE-GREENE-BEAUFORT-
MAINLAND HYDE-DUPLIN-LENOIR-JONES-CRAVEN-PAMLICO-CARTERET-O NSLOW-
OUTER BANKS DARE-OUTER BANKS HYDE-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...WILLIAMSTON...ROBERSONVILLE...
GREENVILLE...PLYMOUTH...COLUMBIA...SNOW HILL...HOOKERTON...
WASHINGTON...RIVER ROAD...WALLACE...WARSAW...ROSE HILL...
KENANSVILLE...BEULAVILLE...MAGNOLIA...KINSTON...M AYSVILLE...
POLLOCKSVILLE...TRENTON...NEW BERN...HAVELOCK...VANCEBORO...
ORIENTAL...ALLIANCE...BAYBORO...ARAPAHOE...MINNES OTT BEACH...
VANDEMERE...STONEWALL...MOREHEAD CITY...BEAUFORT...EMERALD ISLE...
NEWPORT...JACKSONVILLE...KILL DEVIL HILLS...KITTY HAWK...
NAGS HEAD...SOUTHERN SHORES
253 PM EST WED FEB 9 2011

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING
TO 11 AM EST THURSDAY...

A WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 PM THIS EVENING
TO 11 AM EST THURSDAY.

* ACCUMULATION: ACCUMULATIONS OF 2 TO 4 INCHES ARE EXPECTED FROM
GREENE COUNTY NORTH AND EAST TO FAR NORTHERN DARE COUNTY. SOUTH
OF THIS LINE 1 TO 2 INCHES IS EXPECTED WITH A DUSTING TO 1 INCH
ALONG THE COAST SOUTH OF OREGON INLET. LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS
OF 5 INCHES OR MORE WILL BE POSSIBLE IN HEAVIER BANDS...
MAINLY NEAR THE ALBEMARLE SOUND.

* TIMING: THE PRECIPITATION IS FORECAST TO BEGIN BEFORE MIDNIGHT
TONIGHT AND END LATE THURSDAY MORNING OR EARLY AFTERNOON. THE
HEAVIEST SNOWS ARE FORECAST TO OCCUR FROM 4 AM TO 10 AM
THURSDAY.

* IMPACTS: THE HEAVIEST SNOWS WILL COINCIDE WITH THE THURSDAY
MORNING RUSH HOUR PRODUCING DANGEROUS CONDITIONS FOR THOSE
PLANNING ANY TRAVEL.

* VISIBILITIES: VISIBILITIES WILL DROP TO ONE QUARTER TO ONE
HALF OF A MILE AT TIMES IN THE HEAVIEST SNOW BANDS.

* TEMPERATURES: TEMPERATURES WILL DROP SLIGHTLY BELOW FREEZING
LATE TONIGHT BUT ARE EXPECTED TO RISE ABOVE FREEZING THURSDAY
AFTERNOON.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW MEANS SEVERE WINTER WEATHER
CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED OR OCCURRING. SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF
SNOW ARE FORECAST THAT WILL MAKE TRAVEL DANGEROUS.

&&

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Also, We stand for the Truth in every way possible here.

It matters greatly.





The Register "reporter" Steve Goddard is admitting today that his article last week on melting Arctic Sea Ice (Arctic ice refuses to melt as ordered) is incorrect.




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We discuss more than "Texas" weather in this entry..
Every day.

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interesting reading about our changing atmosphere - 'A connection between global warming and synoptic meteorology' by Stu Ostro, Senior meteorologist, The Weather Channel! Link
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You know, I just did a word search and I didn't find words such as "climate" or "warming" anywhere in the entry. Just sayin'... Anyway, some of the heavier snows appear to be shifting further south according to the most recent SPC Mesoscale Discussion:



MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0102
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0303 PM CST WED FEB 09 2011

AREAS AFFECTED...NERN LA...ERN AR...CNTRL/NRN MS...SWRN TN...NWRN AL

CONCERNING...HEAVY SNOW

VALID 092103Z - 100130Z

SNOW WILL CONTINUE SHIFTING EWD ACROSS THE ARKLAMISS REGION AND
MID-SOUTH THROUGH LATE AFTERNOON INTO EARLY EVENING...WITH RATES OF
1 INCH PER HOUR EXPECTED.

MOIST ISENTROPIC ASCENT ATOP AN ARCTIC AIR MASS ADVANCING INTO THE
LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT THE EWD SHIFT OF
PRECIPITATION INTO THIS EVENING. PRECIPITATION WILL CHANGE FROM RAIN
TO SNOW ACROSS SERN PORTIONS OF THE DISCUSSION AREA AS WET-BULB
SURFACE TEMPERATURE READINGS FALL AOB FREEZING...WITH THE RAIN-SNOW
LINE LIKELY EXTENDING FROM 35 SW HSV TO 30 ENE JAN TO 35 ESE MLU BY
00Z PER THE 18Z RUN OF THE EXPERIMENTAL HRRR. SNOWFALL RATES ARE
EXPECTED TO INTENSIFY TO 1 INCH PER HOUR...AS AN AXIS OF DEEPER
MOISTURE TRAVERSES THE AREA. THE HIGHEST SNOWFALL RATES WILL BE MOST
LIKELY ALONG AND SOUTH OF THE HIGHWAY 82 CORRIDOR...WHERE THE NAM
MODEL INDICATES 800-700-MB FRONTOGENESIS INCREASING AFTER 00Z IN
CONJUNCTION WITH INCREASING SLANTWISE INSTABILITY AND PWAT VALUES OF
0.70 TO 0.80 INCH.

..COHEN/BROYLES.. 02/09/2011


ATTN...WFO...OHX...BMX...HUN...MEG...JAN...LZK...

LAT...LON 34748708 33028851 32179089 32689161 34129099 35378933
35518786 34748708

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Quoting weatherboy1992:
atmoaggie, you're a fanatical denier. I pointed out that Steven Goddard is not real. You get all prissy about it.

I didn't post stuff from an imaginary friend. Deniers did. I pointed out 'Steve Goddard' is imaginary. And you get all bent out of shape--not because deniers are posting citing an imaginary friend, but because I pointed out he is imaginary?

Clearly your denialism is so fanatical that you cannot tolerate any criticism of others on your side.

You can't make any argument on the merits so you lash out and attack me. You have nothing else to say.


Steven Goddard is real, he's a writer for The Register... you are the one coming in here making crazy claims that can not be backed up...
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Holy Snow Batman! The year of the snow!
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Steve Goddard’s Snowjob

2010 February 27 by Ron Broberg
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Quoting weatherboy1992:
I see these people cite Steven Goddard, and looked to see what I could find out about him. Doesn't seem to exist.

Wouldn't surprise me if Goddard is Anthony WUWT Watts!
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Quoting weatherboy1992:
Just asked a question atmoaggie. You don't need to feel so threatened and defensive. I see these people cite Steven Goddard, and looked to see what I could find out about him. Doesn't seem to exist.

Do people citing imaginary friends to support their case bother you? Sounds like it's people who reveal the truth who threaten you, atmoaggie.

Steve Goddard is the king of cherry picking, an example Link

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Quoting weatherboy1992:
atmoaggie, you're a fanatical denier. I pointed out that Steven Goddard is not real. You get all prissy about it.

I didn't post stuff from an imaginary friend. Deniers did. I pointed out 'Steve Goddard' is imaginary. And you get all bent out of shape--not because deniers are posting citing an imaginary friend, but because I pointed out he is imaginary?

Clearly your denialism is so fanatical that you cannot tolerate any criticism of others on your side.

You can't make any argument on the merits so you lash out and attack me. You have nothing else to say.
?

I said:
Quoting atmoaggie:
Maybe he's just a weather/climate blogger like you?

And you're really doing great, here, for just joining. Though, you sound a lot like someone that used to be here...including reusing all of his, umm, usual statements.

Bent out of shape? Really, maybe he is just another weather/climate blogger...
Attack? Not hardly.

What's up with people today? Seems like a lot of utter failures at attempting to read between the lines around here. Or something.
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Quoting stillwaiting:
going to nyc feb18-24,any ideaf what the wx pattern over the ne is forecast to be???


Indications that a big warmup may be in the offing for the central and east,but who knows that far out,maybe the last half of Feb will be above normal.
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