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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Trice, Nov 19, 2019.
My wife only wishes she could be so lucky...
Right. If you only pay attention to single-point forecasts ("What's going to happen at my location at a specific time?") there can be a ton of error until just a few days out. But if you pay attention to the overall forecast ("What are storm systems and fronts generally going to do?") they are surprisingly accurate a couple weeks out and can give you a great idea of what to prepare for.
It's official, Minnesota peeps, we have Frankies attention!
smdh. You people repulse me
Hard to keep 9" up very long eh?
Nova Scotia — do you think he knows Lindell?
Hearing ice on Friday?
I'm all for it
Ice Ice Baby
That glass needs some whiskey.
I think it might be filled to the rim with vodka aka Siberian winter fuel.
Minimum of 12" here south of Denver. Sending love, hugs, and a **** ton of snow to Cyclones east of here
My brother-in-law is claiming 2 feet in Golden. Will not be believed until I see pics.
No snow in Kadder Rapids?
My wife is flying STL to DSM on Wednesday night.
On a scale of 1 to "spiders in my underpants," how screwed is that flight?
If the forecast as this morning holds and it doesn't shift, I don't think you have anything to be concerned about. Des Moines is supposed to get minimal snow, if anything at all.
3 hours ago just west of Golden
Thank you. I guess I just have to worry about the knock-on effects on other hubs. The 737 has to make it to STL to pick her up in the first place.
It does not look like anything eastwards is going to suffer much, though.
You have a ways to go - Christmas Eve Blizzard -1982 (Westminster) Parts of the metro got 36"
Only time I saw snowmobiles in the streets there.