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    Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Weekend looking like hell...




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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    MAKE IT STOP.

    I am wearing bright spring colors today. This means winter has to leave.



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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Where's Brett?
    Whotv only has Friday listed, and Saturday and Sunday at 39, 40 with no precip!



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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Okay, im tired of snow now. Make it go away please.


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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    Where's Brett?
    Whotv only has Friday listed, and Saturday and Sunday at 39, 40 with no precip!
    I am right here, although as you can plainly see it is Bret, not Brett.


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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    This is from the NWS discussion thread. If I read it correctly, they are saying that 2 out of 3 computer models say that it will stay south and mostly miss us. At this time, they are forecasting based on those two models.

    CONSEQUENTLY TEMPS WILL REMAIN WELL
    BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR IN THE TUNE OF 10 TO 20
    DEGREES COLDER THAN EXPECTED FOR MID TO LATE MARCH. ALREADY BY
    FRIDAY UNCERTAINTY BEGINS TO CREEP INTO VARIOUS MED RANGE MODEL
    SOLUTIONS WITH GFS CONTINUING TO PRODUCE A BROADER...MORE SLOWLY
    MOVING INTERMOUNTAIN REGION H500 TROUGH COMPARED TO BOTH THE 12Z/00Z
    GEM AND 12Z/00Z EURO SOLUTIONS. THIS HAS BROAD IMPLICATIONS FOR THE
    REMAINDER OF THE FORECAST AS GFS REMAINS QUITE BULLISH IN FIRST
    INCREASING WARM AIR ADVECTION FORCING AND PRECIPITATION ACROSS IOWA
    ON FRIDAY AND THEN AMPLIFYING THE SYSTEM OVER IOWA FROM SATURDAY
    THROUGH MONDAY WITH A RATHER POTENT STORM. THOUGH THE 00Z GEM ALSO
    AMPLIFIES THE SYSTEM IT CONTINUES TO TAKE A MORE SOUTHERLY TRACK AS
    IT BEGINS TO DIG THE ENTIRE WAVE SOONER AS IT DEEPENS THE H500 LOW
    OVER OK AND AR RATHER THAN THE GFS AMPLIFICATION IN KS...MO...AND
    IA. THIS LEADS TO SOME PRECIPITATION BUT NOT THE BROAD AND EXTENDED
    HIGHER IMPACT SOLUTION THAT THE GFS PROVIDES. THE 00Z EURO HAS AGAIN
    MIRRORED PREVIOUS RUNS WITH MOST OF THE ENERGY STAYING WELL SOUTH OF
    THE REGION AND ONLY THE SOUTH BEING BRUSHED WITH BETTER CHANCES OF
    WRAP AROUND MOISTURE ON SUNDAY. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION
    WILL REMAIN IN THE FORECAST OVER THE WEEKEND WITH SUNDAY SHOWING THE
    BETTER CHANCES...BUT OVERALL WILL TEND TO LEAN TOWARD THE EURO MODEL
    AND GEM OVER THE GFS. THE GFS LOOKS TOO AMPLIFIED TOO FAR NORTH AT
    THIS TIME. WILL NEED TO MONITOR THE EVOLUTION OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS
    AS THE SYSTEM LOOKS LARGE ENOUGH TO BRING SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION
    TO EITHER THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY OR THE GREAT PLAINS IF IT
    DOES INDEED DEVELOP FARTHER NORTH. FOR THE MOST PART...TEMPERATURES
    WILL BE COOL EVEN BY THE END OF THE WEEK. WITHS SOME MODERATION IN
    H850 READINGS BY FRIDAY...HIGHS WILL EVENTUALLY RISE BACK INTO THE
    30S AND 40S OVER MOST OF THE REGION. THE COLDEST NIGHT STILL LOOKS
    LIKE WED NIGHT WITH LOWS NEAR ZERO IN THE FAR NORTH AND LOW TO MID
    TEENS ELSEWHERE.



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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Going into April, don't expect the pattern to change anytime soon. Here's a good read as to what's going on.

    Midwest, East: More Snow, Cold Despite Spring Arrival



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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    You don't have to tell me. We had a good old fashioned blizzard yesterday and last night. New snow on Sunday night and Monday morning, high winds and cold Monday afternoon and night.


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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Quote Originally Posted by c.y.c.l.o.n.e.s View Post
    This is from the NWS discussion thread. If I read it correctly, they are saying that 2 out of 3 computer models say that it will stay south and mostly miss us. At this time, they are forecasting based on those two models.

    CONSEQUENTLY TEMPS WILL REMAIN WELL
    BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF THE YEAR IN THE TUNE OF 10 TO 20
    DEGREES COLDER THAN EXPECTED FOR MID TO LATE MARCH. ALREADY BY
    FRIDAY UNCERTAINTY BEGINS TO CREEP INTO VARIOUS MED RANGE MODEL
    SOLUTIONS WITH GFS CONTINUING TO PRODUCE A BROADER...MORE SLOWLY
    MOVING INTERMOUNTAIN REGION H500 TROUGH COMPARED TO BOTH THE 12Z/00Z
    GEM AND 12Z/00Z EURO SOLUTIONS. THIS HAS BROAD IMPLICATIONS FOR THE
    REMAINDER OF THE FORECAST AS GFS REMAINS QUITE BULLISH IN FIRST
    INCREASING WARM AIR ADVECTION FORCING AND PRECIPITATION ACROSS IOWA
    ON FRIDAY AND THEN AMPLIFYING THE SYSTEM OVER IOWA FROM SATURDAY
    THROUGH MONDAY WITH A RATHER POTENT STORM. THOUGH THE 00Z GEM ALSO
    AMPLIFIES THE SYSTEM IT CONTINUES TO TAKE A MORE SOUTHERLY TRACK AS
    IT BEGINS TO DIG THE ENTIRE WAVE SOONER AS IT DEEPENS THE H500 LOW
    OVER OK AND AR RATHER THAN THE GFS AMPLIFICATION IN KS...MO...AND
    IA. THIS LEADS TO SOME PRECIPITATION BUT NOT THE BROAD AND EXTENDED
    HIGHER IMPACT SOLUTION THAT THE GFS PROVIDES. THE 00Z EURO HAS AGAIN
    MIRRORED PREVIOUS RUNS WITH MOST OF THE ENERGY STAYING WELL SOUTH OF
    THE REGION AND ONLY THE SOUTH BEING BRUSHED WITH BETTER CHANCES OF
    WRAP AROUND MOISTURE ON SUNDAY. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION
    WILL REMAIN IN THE FORECAST OVER THE WEEKEND WITH SUNDAY SHOWING THE
    BETTER CHANCES...BUT OVERALL WILL TEND TO LEAN TOWARD THE EURO MODEL
    AND GEM OVER THE GFS. THE GFS LOOKS TOO AMPLIFIED TOO FAR NORTH AT
    THIS TIME. WILL NEED TO MONITOR THE EVOLUTION OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS
    AS THE SYSTEM LOOKS LARGE ENOUGH TO BRING SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION
    TO EITHER THE MID MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY OR THE GREAT PLAINS IF IT
    DOES INDEED DEVELOP FARTHER NORTH. FOR THE MOST PART...TEMPERATURES
    WILL BE COOL EVEN BY THE END OF THE WEEK. WITHS SOME MODERATION IN
    H850 READINGS BY FRIDAY...HIGHS WILL EVENTUALLY RISE BACK INTO THE
    30S AND 40S OVER MOST OF THE REGION. THE COLDEST NIGHT STILL LOOKS
    LIKE WED NIGHT WITH LOWS NEAR ZERO IN THE FAR NORTH AND LOW TO MID
    TEENS ELSEWHERE.
    Hope it pounds Lawrence.


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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)



    Dang Greenland Block. And the Omega sucks too.

    Midwest, East: More Snow, Cold Despite Spring Arrival


    Let my Fred's Posse Ride: Georges, Naz, Hogue, Bryce, Nader, Monte, Matt, and McKay.

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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Spring is by far my most hated season.


    the poster formerly known as chamakhattack

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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Seems like when the groundhog predicts winter, we get warm temps... And when it predicts spring, we get winter weather... **** you Phil



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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Alright, its time to string up some weathermen. This **** has got to stop




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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    weather.com sucks. Shows 40s and dry.


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    Re: Winter Aint Over Yet (3/23-3/24 Weather Thread)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnerclone View Post
    Spring is by far my most hated season.
    Yeah...you are pretty alone on that one I'm betting.



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