Save the Keeling Curve!

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:13 PM GMT on March 11, 2014

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Climate change's most iconic research project is in danger--a victim of budget cuts in an era of increased government belt-tightening. The Keeling Curve is a measurement of the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere made atop Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, begun in 1958 by Dr. Charles Keeling. It is the longest-running such measurement in the world. The curve was instrumental in showing how human emissions of carbon dioxide were steadily accumulating in Earth's atmosphere, and raised awareness that human-caused climate change was an ever-increasing threat to the stability of our climate. After Keeling's death in 2005, the measurements were continued by his son, Ralph F. Keeling. Support from NSF, NOAA and NASA is being diminished or withdrawn, and Keeling has turned to crowd-funding to help raise funds to continue these important measurements. I hope you can join me in making a donation.


Figure 1. The Keeling Curve: climate change's most iconic image. The curve's steady year-by-year increase in CO2 due to burning of coal, oil, and natural gas has wriggles on top of it, due to the natural seasonal cycle in CO2--plants suck in CO2 during the Northern Hemisphere growing season, then release it during the winter. Image credit: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USCD.


Figure 2. Dr. Charles Keeling posing at the entrance to the Charles Keeling Building at Mauna Loa, Hawaii. Image credit: NOAA/ESRL.

CO2 Levels Hit 401 ppm
The latest data from the Keeling curve website shows that atmospheric carbon dioxide levels are surging upwards in their usual late winter push, as plants return CO2 to the atmosphere before the Northern Hemisphere spring growing season hits. CO2 levels reached 401 ppm (parts per million) last week on top of Mauna Loa, setting a new record. CO2 levels were at 280 ppm in 1870, increased less than 1 ppm per year in the 1960s, then accelerated to 2 ppm per year during the 2000s. Less than 1% of the increase since 1870 has been due to natural sources, such as volcanoes. The last time carbon dioxide levels reached 400 ppm—between 2.5 and 5 million years ago during the Pliocene Era—the Earth was 3.5 to 9° F warmer (2 to 5° C), and sea levels were 65 to 80 feet higher.

Links
There is a hashtag #savetheKeelingCurve
Eli Rabett's post, Shaking the Cup for Science
What Does 400 ppm Look Like? December 2013 blog post by Robert Monroe of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.




Senate holds all-nighter on climate change
A group of 31 U.S. Senators pulled an all-nighter last night on the floor of the U.S. Senate, taking turns from 9 pm Monday night until 9 am Tuesday morning to promote policy actions on climate change. Many of the Senators involved issued tweets using the hashtag #Up4Climate. The all-nighter was another indication that politicians are becoming increasingly bold about speaking up on climate change.

Latest Version of our WunderMap App Now Includes WunderPhotos
Weather Underground has released today a new version of our WunderMap app for iPhone and iPad. The main new feature that we'd like to highlight is the WunderPhotos layer--now users can view, share, and submit photos all from within the app. Here are a few of the features of the new version of the WunderMap app:

◦ Improved Weather Station display, and both station size and station spacing are now adjustable (Weather Stations Layer ⇒ Settings).
◦ New WunderPhotos layer! View, share, and submit beautiful weather photos.
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◦ Swipe-to-delete search history items.
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◦ Optimized performance across all devices.


The latest version is available to download for iPhone and iPad at https://itunes.apple.com/app/wundermap/id364884105?mt=8.

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1007. redreamer
11:55 PM GMT on March 19, 2014

Latest CO2 Reading

401.19 ppm

March 18, 2014



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1006. Ammara
9:37 AM GMT on March 19, 2014
I had pnuemonia last days.This blog help me.It is very good.
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1004. Dakster
3:36 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 1003. hydrus:
Someone told me that is" pneumonia " weather. I actually had this nasty and deadly affliction in 2001..It almost killed me..Leviquin saved me.


I got pnuemonia last March.... And the same thing helped me too.
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1003. hydrus
1:42 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 991. KEEPEROFTHEGATE:


with the way its going maybe
we are to rise to 45 with showers by afternoon tomorrow
then back down to single digits late sat night into sunday morning quite the whiplash

Someone told me that is" pneumonia " weather. I actually had this nasty and deadly affliction in 2001..It almost killed me..Leviquin saved me.
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1002. GeorgiaStormz
1:40 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 932. sar2401:


LOL, those were great. The truck flipping over was the best. So much for keeping moving in deep water. ;-)



what happened to the driver?
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1001. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
1:40 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
JeffMasters has created a new entry.
1000. Tropicsweatherpr
1:33 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
94W closeup loop
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999. Torito
1:28 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Gillian trying to regenerate a bit right now...

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998. Torito
1:26 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Lusi has fallen prey to wind shear.


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997. Torito
1:22 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 996. washingtonian115:
I recorded stronger winds then what half the storms of 3013 had.


Here is today for us...


Statement as of 4:33 AM EDT on March 13, 2014
... Wind Advisory remains in effect until 11 am EDT this morning...

* timing... through the morning. The frequency of stronger gusts
should increase just after sunrise... before diminishing through
the midday.

* Winds... northwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph.

* Impacts... additional scattered tree and power line damage.
Difficulty driving high profile vehicles.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Wind Advisory means that wind gusts of 45 to 55 mph are
expected. Secure outdoor furniture and take care driving high
profile vehicles.

Severe Thunderstorm Watch 28 remains in effect until 1000 PM EDT

MD
. Maryland counties included are

Anne Arundel Baltimore Calvert
Caroline Carroll Cecil
Charles Dorchester Frederick
Harford Howard Kent
Montgomery Prince Georges Queen Anne's
St. Marys Somerset Talbot
Wicomico Worcester


Maryland independent cities included are

Baltimore City




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996. washingtonian115
1:17 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 995. Torito:


Highest wind gust I felt was probably about 50mph. pretty windy yesterday, indeed.
I recorded stronger winds then what half the storms of 3013 had.
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995. Torito
1:16 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 992. washingtonian115:
Did you get any impressive winds yesterday about 45mph?.


Highest wind gust I felt was probably about 50mph. pretty windy yesterday, indeed.
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994. NCstu
1:14 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 961. aislinnpaps:
Good morning, afternoon and evening everyone. A colder 41 degrees, which wouldn't be a problem, but I didn't change from a/c to heat last night, so my house temp is 62. Tomorrow I'm taking off to go to the Louisiana Forestry Festival to buy my plants for this year. Saturday we're under thunderstorms, so going to take advantage of nicer weather tomorrow for being outdoors.


Breakfast's on the sideboard: creamed chipped beef or sausage gravy over biscuits, Cajun Breakfast Casserole, Apple-Pecan Baked Oatmeal, Green Chili Breakfast Burrito Casserole, Cinnamon Pecan Rolls, Pumpkin Pie Coffee Cake with Pecan Crumble, cinnamon oatmeal with bruleed Bananas, Red-Pepper omelet, cheese Danishes, yogurt, fresh fruit and orange, apple or pineapple juice. Peppermint White Hot Chocolate, regular and decaf coffee with flavored creamers to the side. Enjoy!
Pumpkin pie coffee cake and some peppermint white hot chocolate please.
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993. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
1:12 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Friday, 14 MarchCloudy. Showers beginning late in the afternoon. Wind becoming southwest 40 km/h gusting to 60 late in the morning. High 6c 43f.
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992. washingtonian115
1:12 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 989. Torito:



Near you. :P

Did you get any impressive winds yesterday about 45mph?.
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991. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
1:11 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 990. hydrus:
Morning Keep..do you believe the U.S.will have another shot of bitter cold.?


with the way its going maybe
we are to rise to 45 with showers by afternoon tomorrow
then back down to single digits late sat night into sunday morning quite the whiplash

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990. hydrus
1:08 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 983. KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
Morning Keep..do you believe the U.S.will have another shot of bitter cold.?
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989. Torito
1:08 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 987. washingtonian115:
Where is your location?.



Near you. :P

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988. yonzabam
1:07 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Anyone know if Mr Vulcan (or what's left of him) is headed for the UK?
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987. washingtonian115
1:06 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 985. Torito:
Another quiet day ahead of us today.... Other than some snow heading out to sea from RI, nothing else is really happening right now.

Where is your location?.
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986. hurricanes2018
1:05 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Winter Storm Vulcan beams out to sea

Mar .13, 2014 5:21 am ET

Northeast |


- Winter Storm Vulcan moves out to sea allowing the snow to end from west to east today.

- Snow should taper to flurries and end during the morning in Upstate New York and southern New England.

- Accumulating snow diminishes to flurries in Vermont and New Hampshire by late Thursday afternoon.

- In Maine the snow does not end until Thursday evening.

- Thursday snowfall should be an inch or less in Upstate New York and southern New England with 1 to 3 inches possible in south and west Vermont, south New Hampshire and central and east Massachusetts.

- Additional snow Thursday of 2 to 4 inches occurs in northeast Vermont, north New Hampshire and west Maine.

- Central Maine could pick up another 3 to 5 inches with 5 to 8 additional inches in eastern Maine Thursday.

- The remainder of the region will be blustery and cold with a few passing flurries from time to time.

- Highs will be in the 10s and 20s in Upstate New York and New England with 20s and 30s from Pennsylvania and New Jersey south to the Virginias.
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985. Torito
1:04 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Another quiet day ahead of us today.... Other than some snow heading out to sea from RI, nothing else is really happening right now.

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984. ncstorm
12:58 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Accuweather:

2014 Forecast: Severe Storm and Tornado Threat to Spike Later Than Usual
Alex Sosnowski
By Alex Sosnowski, Expert Senior Meteorologist
March 13, 2014; 5:04 AM


Persistent cold air during the first part of the spring is likely to cause severe weather to get off to a sluggish start in a heavily populated part of the nation. However, a marked turnaround is expected later in the spring for 2014.

On average, severe weather gradually ramps up moving forward through the spring. This year, the transition may occur later and may be more dramatic.

A spike in damaging thunderstorms, including some capable of producing tornadoes, is expected during May and June.

Early Season Temperature Extremes

According to AccuWeather Long Range Weather Expert Paul Pastelok, "We expect a southward dip in steering-level winds to occur much of the time over a large part of the Midwest to the Eastern states during March and the first part of April."

This dip of strong winds high in the atmosphere, known as a jet stream trough, will generally keep warm, moist air at bay from near the Mississippi River to the Atlantic coast.



Last year, a similar setup occurred in much of the same area during the spring and led to a much lower-than-average severe weather season for the nation as a whole.

Thunderstorms are fueled by rising warm, moist air. As a general rule, the lower the temperature near the ground, the lower the risk for tornadoes and violent thunderstorms.

"This year, the ground is colder, the Great Lakes have an extensive amount of ice and the Gulf of Mexico waters are starting off colder than average," Pastelok said. "All of these can have a negative impact on temperatures in the lower atmosphere."

Over much of the Southeast, Midwest and Northeast, the tornado risk will be lower than average early on due to the colder-than-average environment expected.

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983. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:58 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 980. washingtonian115:
You have to be very cautions keeper when shoveling snow.You should take breaks and not do it all at once.

yesterday was a nightmare for me wash
snow was coming down so intense yesterday afternoon I actually quit came inside
for it was useless as fast as it was shoveled it blew back in

then went back out at 6 and finished by 11pm then to bed

I can barely move here this am

had elevator break down
peeps stuck in back parking lot from 2 foot snow drifts
building daycare closed so had parents getting stuck trying to get in

just a nightmare for me yesterday better this am minus the cold
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982. StormTrackerScott
12:53 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
0Z Euro is showing 6" to 9" of rain across parts of FL from Sunday thru next week. Busy at work so I will post images later.

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981. StormTrackerScott
12:52 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Just updated and this sub surface warm pool is getting more and more impressive.

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980. washingtonian115
12:48 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 978. KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
we have -19f wind chills here this morning with 20 cm's of freshly fallen snow

this one almost killed me yesterday wash I am so done with snow clearing its not funny

my body is so sore this am

I swear I think mom is trying to kill me
You have to be very cautions keeper when shoveling snow.You should take breaks and not do it all at once.
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979. washingtonian115
12:46 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 914. sar2401:

Just came back from walking the dog and, even though it's still 48 here, the windchill was like -6. We had a power line blow down out in the county and the resulting fire burned down two houses before the power company could get out there and de-energize the line and allow the firefighters to put the fire out. We were under a wind advisory for 15 to 25 mph with 36 mph gusts but this front over performed. My high wind was 47 mph with 34 mph sustained. It's starting calm down some now but still blowing with 30 mph gusts. The front has been completely dry here, so it'll have to bulk up to give you anything.
Hey Sar!.Glad you're being over dramatic and sarcastic about the situation.Here let me introduce you to the thousands who lost power and are still in cold homes as of this morning so they can put a foot (censored due to community rules).
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978. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:45 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 976. washingtonian115:
The epic winter of 013-014 continues on.I had a peak gust at my house of 63mph.The low bottomed out at 19 degrees.It is now 26 at my location.Brrr for sure.
we have -19f wind chills here this morning with 20 cm's of freshly fallen snow

this one almost killed me yesterday wash I am so done with snow clearing its not funny

my body is so sore this am

I swear I think mom is trying to kill me
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977. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:40 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 974. weathermanwannabe:
967. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod) 8:17 AM EDT on March 13, 2014

Good Morning Folks. The current US temps (and considerable cool down) are a little larger on this chart to read for us older folks........... :)

Aviation Image
no image

if ya zoom up 150 or 200 percent ya can see it find those that can't see the numbers can go by the colour scheme

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976. washingtonian115
12:40 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 971. teddyg1996:
And back to heavy snows
The epic winter of 013-014 continues on.I had a peak gust at my house of 63mph.The low bottomed out at 19 degrees.It is now 26 at my location.Brrr for sure.
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975. ncstorm
12:34 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Joe Bastardi ‏@BigJoeBastardi 9h

US Capitol goes dark, thousands lose power http://news.yahoo.com/us-capitol-goes-dark-thousan ds-lose-power-022421965.html?soc_src=mediacontents tory … via @YahooNews How does a 55 mph wind gust cause this much of a problem?
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974. weathermanwannabe
12:34 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
967. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod) 8:17 AM EDT on March 13, 2014

Good Morning Folks. The current US temps (and considerable cool down) are a little larger on this chart to read for us older folks........... :)

Aviation Image
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973. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:24 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 971. teddyg1996:
And back to heavy snows
well its south of me which is good as far as I see

don't think I can clean up from anymore storms yesterdays was brutal here

hoping that was it for snow clearing for this season
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972. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:22 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
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971. teddyg1996
12:22 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
And back to heavy snows
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970. teddyg1996
12:21 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
Changeover to ice/rain -
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969. teddyg1996
12:19 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
CMC shows a major storm early next week -
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968. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:18 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
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967. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:17 PM GMT on March 13, 2014
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966. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
12:11 PM GMT on March 13, 2014


Toronto Pearson Int'l Airport
Date: 8:00 AM EDT Thursday 13 March 2014
Condition:Drifting Snow
Pressure:30.0 inches
Tendency:rising
Visibility:15 miles
Temperature:1.6F
Dewpoint:-8.7F
Humidity:62%
Wind:NNW 18 mph
Wind Chill: -19
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965. Tropicsweatherpr
11:56 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
Good morning.

Beautiful sunrise in San Juan.

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964. hydrus
11:37 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting 961. aislinnpaps:
Good morning, afternoon and evening everyone. A colder 41 degrees, which wouldn't be a problem, but I didn't change from a/c to heat last night, so my house temp is 62. Tomorrow I'm taking off to go to the Louisiana Forestry Festival to buy my plants for this year. Saturday we're under thunderstorms, so going to take advantage of nicer weather tomorrow for being outdoors.


Breakfast's on the sideboard: creamed chipped beef or sausage gravy over biscuits, Cajun Breakfast Casserole, Apple-Pecan Baked Oatmeal, Green Chili Breakfast Burrito Casserole, Cinnamon Pecan Rolls, Pumpkin Pie Coffee Cake with Pecan Crumble, cinnamon oatmeal with bruleed Bananas, Red-Pepper omelet, cheese Danishes, yogurt, fresh fruit and orange, apple or pineapple juice. Peppermint White Hot Chocolate, regular and decaf coffee with flavored creamers to the side. Enjoy!
I ,ll have a triple order of the apple pecan baked oatmeal and a pot of coffee.
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963. hydrus
11:35 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
Excerpt from this morning forecast here in Mid TN...geez.....

LOOK FOR A WEAK SFC FRONTAL PASSAGE FROM OUR N ON SAT...
WITH MOISTURE ASSOCIATED FROM PASSING SHORTWAVE INTERACTING WITH
MOISTURE BUILDING IN FROM THE SW IN ASSOCIATION WITH SOUTHERN
PLAINS/LOWER MS RIVER VALLEY SFC LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM...SETTING
UP A SFC INVERTED TROUGH ACROSS S CNTRL PORTIONS OF THE U.S...
LEADING TO MORE OVERALL MOISTURE ACROSS THE MID STATE ON SAT.
HOWEVER...BEST INSTABILITY WILL REMAIN TO OUR SW...AND WITH QUASI
ZONAL FLOW TO SLIGHT RIDGING ALOFT...
SHORTWAVE ACTIVITY THAT WOULD
ADD ADDITIONAL DESTABILIZATION TO THE ATM NOT EXPECTED. HOW MUCH OF
A COOLER AIRMASS TO THE N WORKS IN BEHIND THIS WEAK SFC FRONTAL
PASSAGE WILL BE A KEY CONCERNING EXPECTED HIGH TEMPS ALSO ON SAT...
AND WITH OVERALL SRN EXTENT OF PASSAGE STILL A QUESTION...WILL
GENERALLY SPLIT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GFS/NAM MOS ON HIGHS WITH
HIGHS MAINLY IN THE MID 60S...LOWER 60S PLATEAU. EXPECT LIKELY
SHWRS ON SAT NIGHT BUT WILL REMOVE MENTION OF ISO TSTMS AS
SHOWALTER VALUES ARE MORE POSITIVE THAN PREVIOUS MODEL RUNS
INDICATED WITH CONTINUED BEST INSTABILITY REMAINING TO THE S AND
W...WITH LOWS EXPECTED IN THE MID 40S.
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962. VermontStorms
11:04 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
Quoting RyanSperrey:
The entirety of Maine is looking at at least 18 inches of snow from the Winter Storm (Vulcan if you will)

North East Maine looking at potentially 30 inches...IN MARCH...

let that sink in for a second...2 feet+ snow...in March....


March snowstorms are the norm for northern New England. Often the biggest dumps of the year come in March.
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961. aislinnpaps
10:12 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
Good morning, afternoon and evening everyone. A colder 41 degrees, which wouldn't be a problem, but I didn't change from a/c to heat last night, so my house temp is 62. Tomorrow I'm taking off to go to the Louisiana Forestry Festival to buy my plants for this year. Saturday we're under thunderstorms, so going to take advantage of nicer weather tomorrow for being outdoors.


Breakfast's on the sideboard: creamed chipped beef or sausage gravy over biscuits, Cajun Breakfast Casserole, Apple-Pecan Baked Oatmeal, Green Chili Breakfast Burrito Casserole, Cinnamon Pecan Rolls, Pumpkin Pie Coffee Cake with Pecan Crumble, cinnamon oatmeal with bruleed Bananas, Red-Pepper omelet, cheese Danishes, yogurt, fresh fruit and orange, apple or pineapple juice. Peppermint White Hot Chocolate, regular and decaf coffee with flavored creamers to the side. Enjoy!
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960. Sfloridacat5
10:09 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
Fort Myers (Gateway area)
Picked up only .08" of rain yesterday. That's it. I guess it's better than nothing. As usual, the line fell apart as it got to my area.
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959. LargoFl
10:06 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
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958. LargoFl
10:05 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

...RIP CURRENT THREAT...
LARGE BREAKING WAVES ALONG THE COAST FROM PINELLAS COUNTY
SOUTHWARD WILL RESULT IN A HIGH RISK OF RIP CURRENTS THROUGH
THIS EVENING.

...WIND AND SEA IMPACT...
ADVISORY LEVEL WINDS AND SEAS WILL RESULT IN ROUGH CONDITIONS OVER
THE FORECAST WATERS THIS MORNING. A FEW GUSTS TO NEAR GALE FORCE
ARE LIKELY DURING THE MORNING HOURS AS WELL. WINDS AND SEAS WILL
BEGIN TO DIMINISH FROM NORTH TO SOUTH DURING THE AFTERNOON AND
EVENING HOURS.
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957. LargoFl
8:55 AM GMT on March 13, 2014
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