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By: trHUrrIXC5MMX , 10:59 PM GMT on April 06, 2013

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ANOTHER TASTE OF SPRING?

Spring has arrived! Gotta say Phil did not do so good this year with that shadow, perhaps he went to sleep late the night before the big roll for the next day.

ummm, not so fast! Sadly, I said that too soon in my last blog after we hit 20s again last few days. But those days are over (hopefully)

NYC Forecast
April 6 - 12, 2013

Gusty winds today making those temperatures feel in the low 40Fs for many across the Greater Big Apple. The highs today were in the low 50Fs for the central CWA, upper 50s to the south and upper 40s to the north.

The warmth returns tomorrow, a milder day as we return to those temperatures before the big cold shot. Highs in the low 60Fs for NYC/LI/SW CT and southward, nearly 60F or upper 50s for interior places. Another windy day tomorrow... look at Albany, NY getting blowed with nearly 50 mph gusts.

At night temps should not go below 40s anywhere.

Much warmer Monday... NYC could hit 70F!
All Coastal CT, LI, Interior hudson Valley, Upstate NJ reaching mid 60s. Central NJ from Trenton, to New Brunswick, Staten Island, Elizabeth, Newark, NYC, Paterson and Middletown could reach nearly 70 degrees if not upper 60s. Trenton, Philly and southern NJ are up for over 70 degrees Monday... enjoy this as a mild air mass moves into the area raising temperatures even more for the next day.
Lows in the mid-upper 50s for the southern half, upper 40s to 50F in the northern half of the CWA. Winds should be light Monday night.

Expect NO precipitation, so these next two days are going to be dry. The NWS has been issuing wildfire alerts (red flag warnings) though because of the multiple days without rain making the grounds vulnerable for fire ignitions and spread by the gusty winds. This will continue as well.

Tuesday hitting SEVENTIES!... yes 70s!... Hard to believe.
All across the Big Apple and the entire CWA we could hit over 70 degrees Tuesday, indeed, 70F!
The southern areas like Philadelphia could even reach 75F further down as you get into Baltimore-Washington nearly 80F!. A preview of early summer guys!
Tuesday will be the warmest day we are going to have so far this year, however, it's going to be somewhat humid, especially in the afternoon.
Head to the beaches, parks, cities, etc... enjoy Tuesday.
Same PM low temperatures as Monday

I'll map the highs for Tuesday later on.

Wacky Wednesday-Friday... Some rain with lower temps :(

Wednesday: Reaching mid 60s (still great) across the entire area, however, clouds are moving in by morning and humidity rises to over 60%s in anticipation to a storm system moving from the southwest. The day will remain cloudy.
Lows in the 50s for the southern half and 40s for northern half of the area.

Thursday: Rainy and cooler
Not exact as to when the rain will slide over but expect some light rain across the area, right now chances are low, only 30%. If it does not rain then is going to be all cloudy. Highs will not get to 60F for the 5 Boroughs. Mid 50s for Coastal CT and northward, nearly 60F for NYC, LI Cntrl NJ. Southern NJ will get to low 60s. Philly to Mid 60s. Humid day indeed!
Some breeze going through.

Friday..coolder than Thursday
mid 50s for the northern 2/3 of the area, low 60s for the south. Still unclear as to what the weather could be but for now we think it's going to be cloudy as well.

More updates to come later...

Local Forecast...Look at Tuesday...


Geographical map
Some geography for you to lean about if you are not familiar with New York City, if you are then you'll know better when I discuss including towns not marked in the map.


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HURRICANE SEASON

The hurricane season is 55 days away, we have to start thinking about this guys! Especially if you live in ground zero. Closing in...

NOTE: The listing deadline is August 1st, you still have a lot of time to think about your numbers or change them. Just let me know.

Thanks to all listed. I hope this Atlantic hurricane Season could be one of the many I plan to forecast with your help of course.
The list will be updated again on my new blog next Saturday April 13, 2013.

THE BIG LIST…look for yourself
click picture-link for larger view, this picture is pretty big!



NOTE:A a good friend of mine here on WU, Astrometeor, encourages (and I also second it) that everyone should respect your fellow bloggers' predictions. Everyones' numbers here are right (or wrong) but until when the final numbers come out. It's just a matter of having fun which is the main purpose of me doing this.

How to win?…. simple
Since some of you gave me a range of numbers and some others gave me exact numbers, this is how it's going to work..

Exact numbers… nail at least one of the three categories (meaning either named storms, hurricanes or major hurricanes)
Range of numbers…at least two of the three categories (meaning either named storms, hurricanes or major hurricanes)

If you don't win, don't worry..I'll leave your row as it is…


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HURRICANES 101

When the time of tracking storms people (who generally are not well into the subject) ask what are the Tnumbers, ACE or SSHWS…
I put up this for you, explaining all three

Dvorak Technique (DT)
Developed in 1969 by Vernon Dvorak (hence the name), is a system used to estimate the intensity of tropical depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes by only looking at satellite images (infrared or visible imagery). This system is used worldwide, yes also for typhoons in the Western Pacific and tropical cyclones in the Indian Ocean/South Pacific/Australian Region. It's popular nowadays.
In our NHC, we see this many times, especially for developing hurricanes..look at the example below:

Hurricane Rick, 2009

MORE IMPORTANTLY...SUBJECTIVE T-NUMBERS ARE 7.0 AND 7.5
ON THE DVORAK SCALE FROM TAFB AND SAB RESPECTIVELY...AND THE
OBJECTIVE T-NUMBERS HAVE REACHED 7.7 AND A 3-HOUR AVERAGE OF 7.4
DURING THE PAST HOUR OR SO. BASED ON THESE DATA..THE INITIAL
INTENSITY HAS BEEN INCREASED TO 155 KNOTS.

The scale for rating (if you will) storms ranges from 1 to 8.
T1.0 (T is added before the number, and as formally denoted) is an estimation for a weak storm (tropical depression), T5.0 corresponds to a mid-strength category 2 hurricane and T7.0 corresponds to a 160 mph category 5 hurricane.

The NHC takes this (not entirely) into consideration when estimating the intensity of a storm far out to sea without HHs reach. But they base on the ATCF index for the nearly final decision.
(See chart below for DT)


ACE-Cyclone Accumulated Energy

A formula developed by the NOAA NHC to express the activity of tropical cyclones. It's an energy-measuring system for every single storm during it's lifetime but it only applies to storms that become named, meaning tropical storms, hurricanes and major hurricanes only. Previously the system was not used for subtropical storms but now it is… again, it does not apply to storms with sustained winds less than 39 mph (40 mph really).

Here is the (complicated) formula


Here is the easy ("preferred") way
Find the knot-equivalent of the storm, square it and divide it by 10,000.
Eg. 100 mph = 85 kt…. 85x85 = 7,225 / 10,000 = 0.7225

NOTE: The energy of the storm is added only every six (6) hours when the NHC gives out their complete advisory at the following hours: 5AM, 11AM, 5 PM and 11PM EDT… or in the UTC times: 0300, 0900, 1500 and 2100.
It is not added for special advisories, final advisories or when the storm weakens to a TD.
(See chart below)


Hurricane Scale (SSHWS)

It's very common to us, a storm is so based in it's category or where it fits in the scale. A hurricane is a hurricane because it has sustained winds over 74 mph (75 mph really)… not that hard.

Here is the list of how the winds in MPH are converted into Knots and how they produce the energy that fits into the certain ACE criteria and the T-numbers. Also the pressure is given, note that some pressure values are estimated (hence the asterisk*)
Also (for those know know about this) the T-numbers are selected for the MPH winds not knots.


IMPORTANT NHC NOTICE:
April 4: NHC announces changes in the issuance of alerts that is tropical storm and Hurricane advisories. This will be in effect starting on June 1st, 2013

New definition of Hurricane Warning

Hurricane Warning: An announcement that sustained winds of 64 knots (74 mph or 119 km/hr) or higher are expected somewhere within the specified area in association with a tropical, subtropical, or post-tropical cyclone. Because hurricane preparedness activities become difficult once winds reach tropical storm force, the warning is issued 36 hours in advance of the anticipated onset of tropical-storm-force winds The warning can remain in effect when dangerously high water or a combination of dangerously high water and waves continue, even though winds may be less than hurricane force.

The NHC has a sample advisory where a hurricane becomes extratropical but keeping hurricane warnings and still being tracked until the danger is over. Take a look



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Spring Outlook

NOAA's Climate Prediction Center issued their spring outlook lat week. I came up with my version including the temperatures, precipitation and the danger of flooding across many states due to the high impact from this winter.

In this month we will begin to see the trees blossom.

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PLEASE PEOPLE OF THE EARTH SIGN THE PETITION FOR AGREEING ON PROTECTING OUR BELOVED PLANET FROM CLIMATE CHANGE

Please do! Very thankful to those 9450 (including me) who have...
We can make it to 1,000,000,000!!!, don't do it for you but for your now/future kids!

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New York City's NWS Office (Upton [Long Island], NY) announced the first Skywarn classes for those interested


Currently, there are three locations, all of them in Long Island. None in CT nor NJ.
They said ion Facebook that they eventually hope to plan to add more classes in deferent locations across the region.

The locations and time…

Location1… Brooklyn, NY at 6:30 PM on April 24 in the NYC Office of Emergency Management
Location2… Bethpage, NY at 7 PM on May 21 in Nassau County OEM
Location 3…Upton, NY at 7 PM on May 29 in the Bookhaven National Laboratory. That's also the NYC NWS office location
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for more information go to NYC NWS site, you can register there to take the one closer to your location


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Main headlines in Dr. Master's Blog this week

-April Fool's…nice day to forecast doom as some bloggers did.
-Texas storms…see special note #3
-New NHC cyclone alerts
-Gulf States big rain and Florida Severe Weather…see special note #4
-Climate Change


SPECIAL NOTES:
1. This week's special thanks goes to Mr. Lee Grenci (Lee, as he likes to be called), a retired Met lecturer who posted very interesting severe weather blogs (mesoscale forecasting) during this past week.I learned so many things when blogs are well explained like this one.
(The first featured WU blogger that quotes me three times)-Thank you Mr. Grenci!

2. Mark your calendar…next week the WMO will announce in a conference with representatives across the world which manes are going to be retired from last year's hurricane season. I'm expecting a replacement for Sandy and possibly to Isaac.
Also on April 10 CSU will release their predictions for this upcoming hurricanes season

3.Nice severe weather tracking Tuesday night. Severe weather watches issued from SW Texas all the way across to Galveston.
San Antonio, Houston and Galveston reported big hail, gusty winds and heavy rain. 2 tornadoes were reported (both close to each other) in the Texas Panhandle in Briscoe county both just before midnight. 37 storm reports.
Houston TX was placed under a severe thunderstorm Warning late at night in April 2. Strong winds and large hail reported there.



4. Big rain from New Orleans to Florida where there was some severe weather. Multiple reports of 2" of rainfall in the Sunshine State


5. I'll like to talk to you a bit about 2 bloggers here on WU besides being very influential to me here everyday, their contributions are worth your time looking at.

-Astonishing and mind-blowing his weather, nature and astronomical pictures as his personal experience with hurricanes are, the blog of pcola57 is something you don't want to miss, I highly recommend to check it out. Some pictures (of the topics above) are unbelievable!
-Some of you nearing the end of high school who seek a future in meteorology (actually there are many here), should go over to take a look at Astrometeor's blog. There he discusses a potential college he might attend to get the meteorology credentials needed, and the life experience he gains in the way.
Just as anyone else who seek a different future, your life starts when you enter college. High School graduation is often called the "Commencement Ceremony". Throw your graduation caps up when you get the chance…it feels so great!

Both fellow bloggers described above are included in the "recommended Links" in the side-menu to the right. Take a look.

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Let Spring spring. Enjoy these times!
Stay clean and be nice.



MaxWeather
NYC Forecaster
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66. trHUrrIXC5MMX
4:18 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Quoting Astrometeor:


1. getting hit by lightning is never a good thing
2. Amperage is what matters, that's what kills, volts don't really matter.


YAY you're back!!

well never said volts killed..I just don't trust on chances with water contact
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65. originalLT
4:17 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Hitting the hay--yeah I've heard that too that amperage is the one that matters--not sure how that works--Oh well I guess there's Wikipedia for the answer!G'night.
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64. Astrometeor
4:15 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


I meant to say from lightning... an average discharge of over 3,000,000 volts.
I still think it's not safe at all having contact with water when it happens


1. getting hit by lightning is never a good thing
2. Amperage is what matters, that's what kills, volts don't really matter.
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63. trHUrrIXC5MMX
4:11 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Quoting originalLT:
Got it Max, I'll try to get it out tomorrow--I mean later today as it is Wed. all ready! My son is in the Bus./ consulting world, but one of his hobbies is painting, he's pretty talented. Some of his work is on Facebook, he also lives in Norwalk Ct.


I would like to take a glance at some of his works.

Well, painting isn't my thing really though. I love drawing, black/white and in color, gradients, printmaking, photoshop, abstracts, patterns, and many others... lots of fun in Art class all those 4 years of high school I ended last year.

I have a bunch of work, I could show you some if you want.

Take your time with the gift..., I appreciate it very much...thanks Larry
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62. originalLT
4:04 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Got it Max, I'll try to get it out tomorrow--I mean later today as it is Wed. all ready! My son is in the Bus./ consulting world, but one of his hobbies is painting, he's pretty talented. Some of his work is on Facebook, he also lives in Norwalk Ct.
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61. trHUrrIXC5MMX
4:00 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Quoting originalLT:
Hi Max, no I was not a teacher, but I did some subbing after I retired from the Jewelry business. I think I have mentioned that my daughter is an English Teacher at Westhill High. in Stamford, it's here 6th year, she's also the girls Head Tennis Coach at the school. This is my wife's 19th year teaching ,--she's an Art Teacher at the elementary school level.


I love art...
Did you get my response btw?
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60. originalLT
3:54 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Hi Max, no I was not a teacher, but I did some subbing after I retired from the Jewelry business. I think I have mentioned that my daughter is an English Teacher at Westhill High. in Stamford, it's here 6th year, she's also the girls Head Tennis Coach at the school. This is my wife's 19th year teaching ,--she's an Art Teacher at the elementary school level.
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59. trHUrrIXC5MMX
3:37 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Quoting originalLT:
Hi Max, when you get a chance, check your WU Mail.


Hey LT...yeah I just finished reading it..
wait some mins to get a response...

btw, you told me of your wife being a teacher at SPS.
you are also a teacher?, you never told me.
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58. originalLT
3:35 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Hi Max, when you get a chance, check your WU Mail.
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57. trHUrrIXC5MMX
3:13 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
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56. trHUrrIXC5MMX
2:23 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
non-really-weather related note before I get to business

Im stunned by how much progress is being done in the construction of the new Amtrak high-speed train named Amtk ACS-64 (aka. Amtrak Cities Sprinter). These new trains are being built in California by Siemens Mobility.

70 Locomotives were ordered by Amtrak at a price under $500 million.

Unit weight is nearly 100 tons...hefty weight
BUT they are expected to speed faster than the now-old AEM-7 and HHP-8, reaching 135 mph. When the old ones just topped at 120 mph.

Note that the fastest train in the USA NEC is the Acela Express, they can reach over 160 mph as some tests revealed. That's hurricane cat 5!

New business, coach, cab and cafe cars to be also manufactured.

I can't wait to ride this one, the first deliveries will come later this year, some testing before going into public service.


This new ACS-64 design looks fantastic.



Love trains as well.
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55. Astrometeor
2:03 AM GMT on April 10, 2013
Look at what Walda is doing when you get back. Insane stuff, even making Jedkins and Levi bang their heads against the wall.
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54. trHUrrIXC5MMX
10:03 PM GMT on April 09, 2013
TODAY'S HIGHS


TOMORROW'S HIGHS...WITH HIGH HUMIDITY AND PSLB T-STORMS ENDING IT
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53. trHUrrIXC5MMX
10:01 PM GMT on April 09, 2013
However this is it...rain moving in tomorrow after a cold front slides across ending this spring coziness and perhaps a thunderstorm with it. Rain for Thu-Friday,
On Friday, some heavy rain could impact our area...over 1" of rain expected

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52. trHUrrIXC5MMX
9:58 PM GMT on April 09, 2013
Today, nearly 80F, was a great day for outside painting. Since it was one of my two days off, I went to do some enjoyable painting in Weston, CT with a friend.


just amazing temperatures, what can I say
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51. trHUrrIXC5MMX
9:55 PM GMT on April 09, 2013
Quoting whitewabit:
going to go with 21 - 9 - 5 .. we will see a very active late season ..


thanks whitewabit..you're the 85th
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50. whitewabit (Mod)
going to go with 21 - 9 - 5 .. we will see a very active late season ..
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Quoting Skyepony:
Your WU preseason forecast score list is the best we've had yet through the years.

In the past the average of WUmembers has done pretty well (wishing I had hard numbers here). If you will average that, put it on there somewhere~ I'll see if I can't get Jeff or WU somehow to back it/issue it as the WUmember forecast or something.


hey Skie, Thanks

I'll get the average from the list.
I might put up the list today again in a new blog for you to see.

Be back this afternoon
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48. Skyepony (Mod)
Your WU preseason forecast score list is the best we've had yet through the years.

In the past the average of WUmembers has done pretty well (wishing I had hard numbers here). If you will average that, put it on there somewhere~ I'll see if I can't get Jeff or WU somehow to back it/issue it as the WUmember forecast or something.
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so happy about the cozy 76F for tomorrow...
sleep warm...
Gnite omnibus
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Quoting Astrometeor:


Should ask each of Jesse's alts to make a guess. 100 here we come!


ummm...not sure about that one
just got your email

LOL
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Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:
Everyone has been added to my chart as requested...84 count
let's make it to 100!


Should ask each of Jesse's alts to make a guess. 100 here we come!
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Everyone has been added to my chart as requested...84 count
let's make it to 100!
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warmest days of 2013



Look at the highs for tomorrow...could be the first day to sweat


even warmer Wednesday... South of NYC over 80s
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Latest on Imelda...

*Today is 8-APRIL-13... sorry for that error

click image for larger view
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Yeah Max looks warm up till about Friday when it should be really rainy, even a possible T. Storm But Sat. and Sunday look alot cooler--50's. This time of year you always have to be leary , afraid of, a back door cold front coming down from New England, rather unexpectedly.
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Quoting originalLT:
Wow max, you Hurricane List is really growing!. You sure sparked a lot of interest, good for you! I bet in not too long a time you will go over 100 predictions.


That's my target.. I have 81 counted now...
Thanks for stopping by.

Big warmth coming... nice to be outside today.
What do you think?

I'll have my forecast graphic for our area after I post the Indian Ocean storm..
over 70s for tomorrow!!!!
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Wow max, you Hurricane List is really growing!. You sure sparked a lot of interest, good for you! I bet in not too long a time you will go over 100 predictions.
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Just to remind me... 8 more to put in and fix Taz' #s

RTSplayer
19 Named TS, 10 Hurricanes, 5 Major Hurricanes

GeorgiaStormz 4/08
Im saying 18-6-4

ChillinInTheKeys
MMX, put me down for 21/7/4 with 3 CONUS TS's and 1 CONUS Cat 2.

JLPR2
Well I'll give my made up numbers too. XD
16-7-5

Caneguy
I would like to add my predictions to the list.
17 named storms, 11 hurricanes and 6 majors.

BaltimoreBrian: 4/08
I say 14-8-3

biff4ugo
19-10-2

calkevin77
15-6-3
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Taz...fix
Am going to upgrade my forcast from 15-7-2
to 22-10-5
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amazing day today...near 68F as of right now (TWC) but NWS says 55F...(??)
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TWC has issued their Hurricane Outlook, calling for 16 named storms, 9 hurricanes and 5 majors

So far out of the 78 add-ons (73 displayed on chart), no one matches the TWC numbers (yet)



I'll add theirs into my hurricane chart
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I'll have some weather updates later today (yes it's Monday), we might have a warmer day than I thought back in Saturday when I wrote the blog.

I'll also update the forecast graphic for the Norwalk-Stamford area, NYC and the suburbs, LI, and NJ. Selecting places for highs on Monday through Wednesday.

I'll also update the map of the tropical cyclone in the Indian Ocean. I did some major saving errors last time in photoshop and I think I have to make the graph from scratch again (uhhh no!)

this upcoming week will be the warmest week since those from early fall last year...long time since we don't hit 70s..

bring on the spring!

the 5 new add-ons onto my chart will be reflected next Saturday on there.. let me know about changes anyone
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Quoting Astrometeor:


hehehe, I saw you post on the scroll tab so I reloaded your blog page and began to comment on your post. You had no chance.


darn!
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Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


jeez, you catch everything.
even if it lasts for 5 seconds before change it


hehehe, I saw you post on the scroll tab so I reloaded your blog page and began to comment on your post. You had no chance.
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Quoting Astrometeor:


My blog Max. Day 1 of the trip.
Edit: I see what you did there.


jeez, you catch everything.
even if it lasts for 5 seconds before change it
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Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


?


My blog Max. Day 1 of the trip.
Edit: I see what you did there.
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Quoting Astrometeor:
Day One is out.


Ohh ok
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Day One is out.
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Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


hmm. Go ahead, I'll read it.
I suppose "she" was there too... I'll e-mail you that


yes, go ahead on the e-mail
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Quoting Astrometeor:


no, that was yesterday....long story, I will make a post on it now, I guess.


hmm. Go ahead, I'll read it.
I suppose "she" was there too... I'll e-mail you that
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Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


what have you been doing lately...Still in that glacier thing?
don't spoil my excitement please


no, that was yesterday....long story, I will make a post on it now, I guess.
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Quoting Astrometeor:


I have a high of 80 for tuesday, reached 75 here today.


what have you been doing lately...Still in that glacier thing?
don't spoil my excitement please
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Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:
this better be right... mid 70s in Tuesday
I can't wait for this



I have a high of 80 for tuesday, reached 75 here today.
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Highs for Tuesday...
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this better be right... mid 70s in Tuesday
I can't wait for this

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Quoting Astrometeor:
BOOO! go away snow.

Did you see the GFS 16 day forecast temperature-wise? If that thing verifies, I am going to destroy something.


Good I am safe from any damage/danger...lol
Hi Astro!
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BOOO! go away snow.

Did you see the GFS 16 day forecast temperature-wise? If that thing verifies, I am going to destroy something.
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Quoting ILwthrfan:
Great blog trHUrrIXC5MMX.

19 Tropical Storms
10 Hurricanes
3 Major

I think Dry air will keep the Majors in check this year. Seems to have been doing that the last 3 years for the most part. Steering patterns have been generous to the United States in that same time despite Sandy and Isabel. Don't know how much longer that will continue. Should be a busy year.



hey thanks...I'll add you in
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