Author Topic: What is the rarest weather conditions given in the regional weather roundup?  (Read 536 times)

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Offline MchWxEnthusiast

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So far I came across "Squall" and "Hail", I first heard it on noaa weather radio.

Here's the section from the page:
TRAVERSE CITY  HAIL      34  26  72 SE3       30.25R 6HR MIN TEMP:  34; 6HR MAX TEMP:  36; 6HR PCP: TRACE;
Weather Radio Freq: 162.475 MHz
Weather Radio Loc:  Plainwell, MI
Transmitter Call Sign: WWF34
Streaming Status: NN


Offline MchWxEnthusiast

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I'm asking other people, I wanna know what they got.
Weather Radio Freq: 162.475 MHz
Weather Radio Loc:  Plainwell, MI
Transmitter Call Sign: WWF34
Streaming Status: NN

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Oh, I see.

Not "round-up" related, but once at work a message came across the FIDO (data printer) that said a tornado had "sucked a pond dry" that was next to an airport. True story.

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I'm talking about the RWR product, I wanna see what people found that is rare to find in their area or anywhere. Like what I found!

And not just weather conditions either.
Weather Radio Freq: 162.475 MHz
Weather Radio Loc:  Plainwell, MI
Transmitter Call Sign: WWF34
Streaming Status: NN

 

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