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Texan Buckeye

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Cowgirl, check out the last 3 pages. If these guys don't get it, how are we supposed to!?!

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The southern track is going to get rain. The forecast out of Mobile has flood warnings for Thursday and Friday. They're not committing to severe weather yet.
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I don't know what the heck is wrong with the weather people. When you have a warm front and a cool front that are attached to the same low-pressure system there is always a danger of severe weather. I would much rather give people a heads up and give them time to prepare, than hope and pray and wait until the weather is a few hours out before warning folks. I think it's better to look like a fool by yelling the sky is falling and have nothing happen, than say nothing at all and have people hurt because they were unaware of what was potentially headed their way.
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I know, right? The Atlanta forecast just has a flood watch for the weekend. I have a feeling a LOT of forecasts will change tomorrow. I even checked NW Ohio's forecast. Just a little snow. Anything new from the chasers?
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


All they are reporting right now is hail and heavy rain coming out of NM and into West Texas. Not much chasing going because it's dark out. Tomorrow should be interesting. I hope people are ready to hunker down for a while.
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[link to www.storm2k.org]

Cowgirl, check out the last 3 pages. If these guys don't get it, how are we supposed to!?!
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They must have been drinking since noon. LOL


small line segment has developed in Lee county, New Mexico. This is the first sign we’ve seen of the approaching storm system. As the storm system continues to move eastward, additional storms will develop in West Texas. Temperatures at the surface are cool and stable. However, warm air advection is underway a few thousand feet above the ground. This warm air convection will bring in warm, unstable air northward just above the ground. While temperatures at the surface are in the 40s, they’re actually fairly warm about 5,000 feet above the ground. This elevated, unstable airmass will support elevated thunderstorms capable of producing large hail.

The Storm Prediction Center maintains their standard risk of severe weather overnight. Those in the orange shaded zones have the highest (relative) threat of experiencing large hail through sunrise Thursday. The risk of severe weather will spread further south and east after sunrise tomorrow. Don’t be surprised to get woken up by a boomer tonight.

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[link to forecast.weather.gov]

The southern track is going to get rain. The forecast out of Mobile has flood warnings for Thursday and Friday. They're not committing to severe weather yet.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I don't know what the heck is wrong with the weather people. When you have a warm front and a cool front that are attached to the same low-pressure system there is always a danger of severe weather. I would much rather give people a heads up and give them time to prepare, than hope and pray and wait until the weather is a few hours out before warning folks. I think it's better to look like a fool by yelling the sky is falling and have nothing happen, than say nothing at all and have people hurt because they were unaware of what was potentially headed their way.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


I know, right? The Atlanta forecast just has a flood watch for the weekend. I have a feeling a LOT of forecasts will change tomorrow. I even checked NW Ohio's forecast. Just a little snow. Anything new from the chasers?
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


All they are reporting right now is hail and heavy rain coming out of NM and into West Texas. Not much chasing going because it's dark out. Tomorrow should be interesting. I hope people are ready to hunker down for a while.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


The rain is here now, but not heavy yet. I'm trying to decide if I'm hearing wind around the buildings or thunder in the distance. If it is thunder, it's still pretty far away.
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Skywatcher Media

We've been tracking this storm system for over a week. There is a chance of severe weather over most of North Texas overnight. Main threats are damaging winds, large hail and a chance of a tornado or two (mainly in South of Waco). We'll be tracking the storms as they move thru overnight and tomorrow morning. Since its an overnight event, please have NOAA weather radios on standby or stay tuned with local media for updates.

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If I disappear, it's because my internet went down. We have over the air tv, and it's in and out. The internet is getting a little blinky! Gotta living like Green Acres!LOL
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If I disappear, it's because my internet went down. We have over the air tv, and it's in and out. The internet is getting a little blinky! Gotta living like Green Acres!LOL
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I'm going to go missing here for a couple of hours too. Doug Dietrich is a guest in GLP voice chat tonight. He is a very interesting guy. I'm going to go listen to the show. I figure about the time the show is over..we should be seeing some weather heading into the DFW area.

Thanks for hanging in there with me neighbor! Stay safe!!!

dasbier
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Here ya go Buckeye..


NWS Fort Worth ‏@NWSFortWorth
Squall Line developing near TX Panhandle/NM border. #Severe weather timing for I-35/west remains 3-6 am. #fwdspotter #txwx #wacowx #dfwwx

Texas Storm Chasers ‏@TxStormChasers
@coachbronk If we chase, it will be south of the warm front in Central Texas. See the blog for details about D/FW: [link to www.texasstormchasers.com]
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If I disappear, it's because my internet went down. We have over the air tv, and it's in and out. The internet is getting a little blinky! Gotta living like Green Acres!LOL
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I'm going to go missing here for a couple of hours too. Doug Dietrich is a guest in GLP voice chat tonight. He is a very interesting guy. I'm going to go listen to the show. I figure about the time the show is over..we should be seeing some weather heading into the DFW area.

Thanks for hanging in there with me neighbor! Stay safe!!!

dasbier
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Have fun! I'll be here as long as I can. shitstir2
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Oh wow, the TORCON for Alabama is as high as Mississippi's? That's interesting, because the local meteorologists here in Alabama are downplaying tomorrow night's event. Hmmm..
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I saw that!
Never know what to believe with these conflicting forecasts.
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All the local news in N. Alabama playing it down too. Watch the wind map as it starts to roll in. It will give you a good idea if it will be coming this far north.
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What are you using a picture of no name as your avatar AC 5341?
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It was a generic pic from the GLP pile. I loved the Adams Family show when I was a kid, so I picked it. Most people here just call me Gomez now. I even have an autographed picture of John Astin, the guy who played Gomez. Got it for Christmas quite a few years back.
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If I disappear, it's because my internet went down. We have over the air tv, and it's in and out. The internet is getting a little blinky! Gotta living like Green Acres!LOL
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I'm going to go missing here for a couple of hours too. Doug Dietrich is a guest in GLP voice chat tonight. He is a very interesting guy. I'm going to go listen to the show. I figure about the time the show is over..we should be seeing some weather heading into the DFW area.

Thanks for hanging in there with me neighbor! Stay safe!!!

dasbier
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Have fun! I'll be here as long as I can. shitstir2
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thank you for keeping an eye on things for us! I owe you a Shiner or a glass of Texas wine! The hill country has some good wines but Cross Timbers and Delaney in Grapevine makes a pretty good wine. Maybe next year you and your family should come to Grapefest. [link to www.grapevinetexasusa.com (secure)]

2 years ago me and my team came in second in the grape stomp...LOL!
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If I disappear, it's because my internet went down. We have over the air tv, and it's in and out. The internet is getting a little blinky! Gotta living like Green Acres!LOL
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I'm going to go missing here for a couple of hours too. Doug Dietrich is a guest in GLP voice chat tonight. He is a very interesting guy. I'm going to go listen to the show. I figure about the time the show is over..we should be seeing some weather heading into the DFW area.

Thanks for hanging in there with me neighbor! Stay safe!!!

dasbier
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Have fun! I'll be here as long as I can. shitstir2
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thank you for keeping an eye on things for us! I owe you a Shiner or a glass of Texas wine! The hill country has some good wines but Cross Timbers and Delaney in Grapevine makes a pretty good wine. Maybe next year you and your family should come to Grapefest. [link to www.grapevinetexasusa.com (secure)]

2 years ago me and my team came in second in the grape stomp...LOL!
 Quoting: CowgirlK


How cool! That sounds like a lot of fun. We have some pretty good wine up here, too! We have a wedding up north in the fall, but I can't remember when it is. We'll have to talk off-line.
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Western Kansas is getting buried under two feet of snow and closer to Kansas City we're gonna get over one foot of global warming accumulation when it's all said and done. The drive time forecast calls for three inches per hour to be falling with a slight 20mph breeze for your Doom enjoyment. I-70 will no doubt be a giant "truck stop" by lunch tomorrow.

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Western Kansas is getting buried under two feet of snow and closer to Kansas City we're gonna get over one foot of global warming accumulation when it's all said and done. The drive time forecast calls for three inches per hour to be falling with a slight 20mph breeze for your Doom enjoyment. I-70 will no doubt be a giant "truck stop" by lunch tomorrow.

5a
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Hi, Kansas. That fits with the precip maps I posted earlier. I know it's a pain, but maybe this is the beginning trend to break the drought. If you want to share, we'll take it, down Lubbock way! We're supposed to have blowing dust tomorrow.
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Hello, folks!

This is just your friendly Government Weatherman here to say that if you see some monster tornadoes associated with this storm, don't be alarmed.

Monster tornadoes in February: perfectly normal.

Asteroids falling all over the place: just a cosmic coincidence.

Fish dying by the millions; Rivers turning blood red; Spiders falling out of the sky; Earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, monster storms, etc: nothing to see here. Move along.

Thank you!

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Western Kansas is getting buried under two feet of snow and closer to Kansas City we're gonna get over one foot of global warming accumulation when it's all said and done. The drive time forecast calls for three inches per hour to be falling with a slight 20mph breeze for your Doom enjoyment. I-70 will no doubt be a giant "truck stop" by lunch tomorrow.

5a
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Hi, Kansas. That fits with the precip maps I posted earlier. I know it's a pain, but maybe this is the beginning trend to break the drought. If you want to share, we'll take it, down Lubbock way! We're supposed to have blowing dust tomorrow.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Hello in Lubbock. This moisture is surely desperately needed. I read recently that much of the Kansas winter wheat has been lost this year due to the drought. Our reservoirs are all lower than anybody can remember and many livestock watering holes are bone dry, so food prices are gonna shoot to the moon and back.
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Tornadoes in the winter, whodathunk?
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Hello, folks!

This is just your friendly Government Weatherman here to say that if you see some monster tornadoes associated with this storm, don't be alarmed.

Monster tornadoes in February: perfectly normal.

Asteroids falling all over the place: just a cosmic coincidence.

Fish dying by the millions; Rivers turning blood red; Spiders falling out of the sky; Earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, monster storms, etc: nothing to see here. Move along.

Thank you!
 Quoting: LunaHominem


The ice storm in Arkansas, which is only going to get worse with time, caused a school bus to go off a mountain road.

[link to www.kait8.com]
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Western Kansas is getting buried under two feet of snow and closer to Kansas City we're gonna get over one foot of global warming accumulation when it's all said and done. The drive time forecast calls for three inches per hour to be falling with a slight 20mph breeze for your Doom enjoyment. I-70 will no doubt be a giant "truck stop" by lunch tomorrow.

5a
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Hi, Kansas. That fits with the precip maps I posted earlier. I know it's a pain, but maybe this is the beginning trend to break the drought. If you want to share, we'll take it, down Lubbock way! We're supposed to have blowing dust tomorrow.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Hello in Lubbock. This moisture is surely desperately needed. I read recently that much of the Kansas winter wheat has been lost this year due to the drought. Our reservoirs are all lower than anybody can remember and many livestock watering holes are bone dry, so food prices are gonna shoot to the moon and back.
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Ours are too. The lakes in East Texas are doing better, but we are down TOO much. It'll take more than the 1/3 inch we had last night. We may be getting more chances in the next week, though. The trends haven't changed enough to say we're out of the woods, yet, but even a little bit of hope is better than nothing.

Excel had to shut down their processing plant last week, because of the lack of beef to butcher. Something like 2,000 jobs lost just at the plant in Plainview. That doesn't count all the other supporting business that will lay off or shut down.
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Hello, folks!

This is just your friendly Government Weatherman here to say that if you see some monster tornadoes associated with this storm, don't be alarmed.

Monster tornadoes in February: perfectly normal.

Asteroids falling all over the place: just a cosmic coincidence.

Fish dying by the millions; Rivers turning blood red; Spiders falling out of the sky; Earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, monster storms, etc: nothing to see here. Move along.

Thank you!
 Quoting: LunaHominem


The ice storm in Arkansas, which is only going to get worse with time, caused a school bus to go off a mountain road.

[link to www.kait8.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34860932


Thankfully, no fatalities.

I'll take snow over ice anyday. I hope everyone in the line of the winter storms have their preps. It won't take much to lose power in an ice storm.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Hello, folks!

This is just your friendly Government Weatherman here to say that if you see some monster tornadoes associated with this storm, don't be alarmed.

Monster tornadoes in February: perfectly normal.

Asteroids falling all over the place: just a cosmic coincidence.

Fish dying by the millions; Rivers turning blood red; Spiders falling out of the sky; Earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, monster storms, etc: nothing to see here. Move along.

Thank you!
 Quoting: LunaHominem


The ice storm in Arkansas, which is only going to get worse with time, caused a school bus to go off a mountain road.

[link to www.kait8.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34860932


Thankfully, no fatalities.

I'll take snow over ice anyday. I hope everyone in the line of the winter storms have their preps. It won't take much to lose power in an ice storm.
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Thank you! I'm in extreme NW Arkansas, but fortunately there isn't much happening right now. We had HEAVY snowfall earlier in the day, but it melted within a couple hours! Lol, go figure!

We're supposed to get ice tonight and freezing rain, but we'll see. Arkansas weather is very hard to predict and pin down. It's always changing, but when it changes for the worse, it changes FAST!
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Hello, folks!

This is just your friendly Government Weatherman here to say that if you see some monster tornadoes associated with this storm, don't be alarmed.

Monster tornadoes in February: perfectly normal.

Asteroids falling all over the place: just a cosmic coincidence.

Fish dying by the millions; Rivers turning blood red; Spiders falling out of the sky; Earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, monster storms, etc: nothing to see here. Move along.

Thank you!
 Quoting: LunaHominem


The ice storm in Arkansas, which is only going to get worse with time, caused a school bus to go off a mountain road.

[link to www.kait8.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34860932


Thankfully, no fatalities.

I'll take snow over ice anyday. I hope everyone in the line of the winter storms have their preps. It won't take much to lose power in an ice storm.
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Thank you! I'm in extreme NW Arkansas, but fortunately there isn't much happening right now. We had HEAVY snowfall earlier in the day, but it melted within a couple hours! Lol, go figure!

We're supposed to get ice tonight and freezing rain, but we'll see. Arkansas weather is very hard to predict and pin down. It's always changing, but when it changes for the worse, it changes FAST!
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Beautiful area down there.
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Weather is getting harder to predict these last few years, I think. Except for the drought, when it's been hot, sunny, dry...for months! 3 years of it and we're all ready for just about any kind of wet. Except ice storms! They're beautiful, but dangerous. Stay safe up there. Hopefully, they'll cancel the schools and keep the buses in the barn.
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Hello, folks!

This is just your friendly Government Weatherman here to say that if you see some monster tornadoes associated with this storm, don't be alarmed.

Monster tornadoes in February: perfectly normal.

Asteroids falling all over the place: just a cosmic coincidence.

Fish dying by the millions; Rivers turning blood red; Spiders falling out of the sky; Earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, monster storms, etc: nothing to see here. Move along.

Thank you!
 Quoting: LunaHominem


Thank you Government Weatherman! I think the next forecast is locusts and frogs. Just saying....
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The thunderstorms finally got here, complete with pea size hail. That's probably the worst we'll get (I hope).

Stay safe, everyone, and keep your weather radios on if your in one of the warning areas.
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The thunderstorms finally got here, complete with pea size hail. That's probably the worst we'll get (I hope).

Stay safe, everyone, and keep your weather radios on if your in one of the warning areas.
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Those storms in West Texas looking mighty bad,hope it dont hit my area until after dawn...

I hate night-time storms.

Dallas
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The thunderstorms finally got here, complete with pea size hail. That's probably the worst we'll get (I hope).

Stay safe, everyone, and keep your weather radios on if your in one of the warning areas.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Those storms in West Texas looking mighty bad,hope it dont hit my area until after dawn...

I hate night-time storms.

Dallas
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Actually, they aren't too bad. Just some of the cold weather, low rumble thunder. Nothing really loud and not much lightning, either. Mostly, just some welcome rain!ohyeah
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SHORT TERM FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LUBBOCK TX
1218 AM CST THU FEB 21 2013

TXZ021>044-210745-
PARMER-CASTRO-SWISHER-BRISCOE-HALL-CHILDRESS-BAILEY-LAMB-HALE​-
FLOYD-MOTLEY-COTTLE-COCHRAN-HOCKLEY-LUBBOCK-CROSBY-DICKENS-KI​NG-
YOAKUM-TERRY-LYNN-GARZA-KENT-STONEWALL-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FRIONA...BOVINA...DIMMITT...HART...
TULIA...SILVERTON...QUITAQUE...MEMPHIS...TURKEY...CHILDRESS..​.
MULESHOE...LITTLEFIELD...OLTON...PLAINVIEW...FLOYDADA...LOCKN​EY...
MATADOR...ROARING SPRINGS...PADUCAH...MORTON...LEVELLAND...
LUBBOCK...SLATON...WOLFFORTH...CROSBYTON...RALLS...DICKENS...​
SPUR...GUTHRIE...PLAINS...DENVER CITY...BROWNFIELD...TAHOKA...
ODONNELL...POST...JAYTON...ASPERMONT
1218 AM CST THU FEB 21 2013

.NOW...
THROUGH 130 AM...A LINE OF RAIN AND EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS WILL
MOVE OFF TO THE EAST AT 30 MPH. INSIDE THE STRONGER PRECIPITATION
CORES...PERIODS OF RAIN MIXED WITH SLEET COULD ALSO OCCUR. AT
1215 AM...THE LEADING EDGE OF THE STORMS WAS LOCATED ALONG A
SILVERTON TO TAHOKA LINE WITH THE STRONGEST CORES LOCATED NORTH OF
SILVERTON...NEAR FLOYDADA...AND WEST OF TAHOKA. THE BACK EDGE OF
THE LINE WAS LOCATED ALONG A DIMMITT TO LEVELLAND LINE.
TEMPERATURES BEHIND THE STORMS HAVE DROPPED TO NEAR THE MELTING
POINT AND PERIODS OF MODERATE SNOW MAY FOLLOW THE STORMS. THE
LEADING EDGE SHOULD REACH THE ROLLING PLAINS BY 130 AM.

$$

JORDAN





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Yeah, it worked for a change!LOL Looks like we might get a little snow, too. We'll see.
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The thunderstorms finally got here, complete with pea size hail. That's probably the worst we'll get (I hope).

Stay safe, everyone, and keep your weather radios on if your in one of the warning areas.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Those storms in West Texas looking mighty bad,hope it dont hit my area until after dawn...

I hate night-time storms.

Dallas
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Actually, they aren't too bad. Just some of the cold weather, low rumble thunder. Nothing really loud and not much lightning, either. Mostly, just some welcome rain!ohyeah
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thanks for the weather report
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