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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #150 on: March 02, 2023, 12:17:55 AM »
Now that was a FROPA. Temp just dropped 20F in 20 minutes and the pressure is rising like a home sick angel. I fully expect to see flurries fairly soon. Two snows in one season? And it's March to boot.  :shock:

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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #151 on: March 02, 2023, 12:45:00 AM »
I fully expect to see flurries fairly soon.
Well, that sure as hell didn't take long.. Big, wet flakes! Did I move or somethin'..

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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #152 on: March 13, 2023, 08:58:21 AM »
One of our local newspapers, celebrating their 75th anniversary this year, ran a "Weather in Chicago" article:

https://paper.suntimes.com/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=7de2d045-b65b-4ad8-8adc-6dbf31f7a6d3

Station Name: Silver Creek II
Latitude / Longitude: 41.925° N, -87.872° W
Elevation: 633
City: Franklin Park
State: IL
Hardware: Ambient Weather WS-2902D

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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #153 on: March 19, 2023, 07:50:56 PM »
I stated a few weeks back that we would have zero spring, just like no fall last year from this season's never ending winter.  It's obviously panning out to be exactly as that.

Per my WFO...

CLIMATE...The cooler than normal first 11 weeks of 2023 will
continue for the next week if not the rest of March per the latest
6-10 day and 8-14 day temperature outlooks.

For Tucson, the current temperature forecast for Wednesday thru
Sunday has highs in the lower to mid 60s each day. Looking back at
the historical record for Tucson, the last time there were 5
consecutive days with highs 65 degrees or cooler during the last
10 days of March was in 1975.

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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #154 on: May 03, 2023, 05:23:43 AM »
Our cooling trend across the high plains started last Nov. and continues into the spring. Here in Valentine measured (67.1") (1.7 meters) of snowfall this season. The bigger snows came pre-Christmas along with a 3-day blizzard so was on the ground all winter.
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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #155 on: May 03, 2023, 10:51:01 PM »
Our cooling trend across the high plains started last Nov. and continues into the spring. Here in Valentine measured (67.1") (1.7 meters) of snowfall this season. The bigger snows came pre-Christmas along with a 3-day blizzard so was on the ground all winter.
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Something is wrong—we are in global warming. Your stats must be wrong! Maybe I can keep my gas stove after all!
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Re: Fall/Winter 2022
« Reply #156 on: May 04, 2023, 06:08:26 AM »
I hear you. Something that happened in Valentine was our airport ASOS mysteriously and suddenly started reading (+1.8°) high during Obama's last year in office.  I can't say whether it was done on purpose but can confirm they finally adjusted it back to normal last June after (6 years) and was told by a NWS employee I was right about it all along. I had done several field tests to confirm the error was real and blogged about it multiple times on my website so the local forecast office was aware of my concerns.  I'm not sure this didn't happen with other stations around the country. Many factors have biased numbers toward warming from poor thermometer siting including heat islands at almost every major city to just the fact they went from mercury thermometers to thermistor types that respond faster than old mercury thermometers.  Lots of things are in play and being ignored if it doesn't fit into the climate cult narrative.
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