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And we circle right back around to the first line on my first reply to this thread. Sorry to upset you. Apparently I don't fit in here as I've only made 11 or 12 posts.

Number of posts has absolutely nothing to do with anything. But there does appear to be a preconceived idea with 2 systems 2 miles apart that have absolutely no relevance to each other in comparative terms. You appear to have made up your mind anyway that somehow you can compare these 2?

Note that Dane_B isn't the person who started this thread.

But I'll also note that, one summer, I sat and watched it rain rather hard - for about 10 minutes - on the South side of my patio.  While not a drop fell on the North side of my patio.  And is wasn't a big patio, either, nor was there any cover, no trees, etc. etc.
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What script(s) need(s) to be edited to only show 3 days of WxSim forecasts for the "plaintext-rss.php" file output?
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: The Warming Climate
« Last post by waiukuweather on Today at 03:46:44 PM »
check out
http://models.weatherbell.com/climate/ncep_cfsr_t2m_anom.png
to show that the colder than normal over North America is not a universal problem

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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: Spring/Summer '18
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 03:39:23 PM »
This must be kind of what the desert feels like with humidity down near 20%
20%? That's monsoon season! :-)

lol Touche! Humidity rarely dips below 20% here,  I can't even imagine what that must feel like!
I grew up in humid climates, but haven't lived in one since 1986 and have no intention of doing so, at least for now. Mostly, I love dry air. When I'm outside, at least I can seek shade from the sun. You can't seek shade from humidity. ;)
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: The Warming Climate
« Last post by tbrasel on Today at 03:34:23 PM »
I just wish for warmer weather, in my local area, so it does not offend anyone else  :roll:
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: The Warming Climate
« Last post by tbrasel on Today at 03:28:40 PM »
I absolutely agree with...

this other parts of the world have had their hottest summer just gone and warmest start to the year, to balance things out


Meanwhile, common sense tells me the above statement blows a big hole in any global warming, or global cooling theory, or narrative.
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weewx Software / Re: www.weewx.com - site down?
« Last post by mcrossley on Today at 03:22:34 PM »
Yep, all is right with the world again  ;)
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weewx Software / Re: www.weewx.com - site down?
« Last post by waiukuweather on Today at 03:08:08 PM »
just checked now and its OK
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: The Warming Climate
« Last post by waiukuweather on Today at 02:46:44 PM »
but the USA is not the globe (i.e its global warming, i.e average of the whole globe)
and also more extremes in the climate/weather has been predicted (due to the jet stream getting stuck or displaced into different locations (e.g the polar vortex)
also the Arctic has had a warmer than normal winter and spring (because the cold air moved into Canada/USA instead)
so you need to look at the bigger picture, instead of what is happening in your location only
(other parts of the world have had their hottest summer just gone and warmest start to the year, to balance things out)
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Weather Conditions Discussion / Re: The Warming Climate
« Last post by SLOweather on Today at 02:43:11 PM »
How 'bout if I change the Subject to "The Changing Climate"? :)
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