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A look at the devastation left behind from last night's tornado from Taylorville. We're keeping the city and its residents in our thoughts. #TaylorvilleStrong

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Flash Flood in New Zealand on December 02 2018 08:08 PM (UTC).


... but he added that no amount of drain maintenance would have stopped the flooding. "The fact that the rainfall was so localized and so heavy, was what made it worse." The knee-deep water will damage some properties and crew are onsite helping to clear it up...

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WICS ABC 20 @wics_abc20

A look at the devastation left behind from last night's tornado from Taylorville. We're keeping the city and its residents in our thoughts. #TaylorvilleStrong

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Terrible!
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Landslide in Indonesia on December 03 2018 04:30 AM (UTC).


Seven university students were killed and nine others were injured in a landslide at a hot springs resort in Semangat Gunung village in Merdeka district, Karo regency, North Sumatra, on Sunday. The bodies of all the victims were moved to Amanda Hospital in Berastagi, Karo, where seven of the injured students are also being treated. The remaining two injured students were sent to Efarina Hospital. ...

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Ginting, a witness, said that when the landslide hit, the students were sleeping in a cottage in the resort located close to the cliff. They were there for a gathering involving senior and junior students of the university...

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What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
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What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
 Quoting: KickinIt



my wife sent me a pic showing a radar with 24 inches of

snow in South Carolina, I told her it couldn't be real


anybody hear anything about this?
#walkaway
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Published on Sunday 12/2:

What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
 Quoting: KickinIt


Seems early for snow down there!
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Fire in India on December 04 2018 12:33 PM (UTC).


"A huge fire has broken out on a hill in Aarey Colony near Mumbai's Film City. The fire is reported to have started at 6:30 this evening. As per the latest reports, three fire engines are present at the spot and firefighters are trying to contain the situation. The area where theh fire is raging is covered by forest. Vehicles of the Fire Brigade are finding it difficult to reach the spot..."

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NWS Sacramento @NWSSacramento

Light showers are starting to push into #NorCal. Light rain and snow will continue to develop this evening and overnight.
Snow levels are expected to be between 3500 and 5000 feet. #CAwx

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Cold Wave in South Korea on December 05 2018 06:46 AM (UTC

A cold air mass gripped South Korea on Wednesday morning, with many regions experiencing season-low temperatures, as the weather agency issued warnings against cold weather in most areas.

Among the locations, the mercury fell to record lows for the year...

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Snowing all morning here! It just started to stick to the grass, as it tapers off, just a little dusting
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Published on Sunday 12/2:

What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
 Quoting: KickinIt



my wife sent me a pic showing a radar with 24 inches of

snow in South Carolina, I told her it couldn't be real


anybody hear anything about this?
 Quoting: jake


Whaat? i don't think that was legit?
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N.J. weather: Up to 3 inches of snow possible by evening commute for parts of state
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Weather vagaries ruin Kashmir apple growers

"Unusually early and heavy snowfall split the trunks of 60 of Dar’s 100 apple trees in November, leading to huge apple — and financial — losses just before the harvest in Shopian, a region known as Kashmir’s apple bowl.

“Even if the climate remains favorable in the years to come, I will get only 40 percent (of the apples) I used to harvest,” lamented the farmer from the village of Hirpora.

The snow will cut his income by 60 percent this year, he said — and the bad times will last until he can replant or repair all his damaged trees."
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Food prices expected to rise in 2019: Report

"“We procure a lot of vegetable out of Mexico and the US. So we are expecting major producing regions to be affected by El Nino in 2019 which means that we may actually need to pay more for our vegetables, especially in the ... winter of 2019-2020," he says.

That includes big sellers in the produce section like lettuce, celery and tomatoes.

The predicted jump is between 4 and 6 per cent."
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Published on Sunday 12/2:

What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
 Quoting: KickinIt



my wife sent me a pic showing a radar with 24 inches of

snow in South Carolina, I told her it couldn't be real


anybody hear anything about this?
 Quoting: jake


Driving home from work earlier tonight, I was listening to local news radio. They were talking about a major winter storm that would be south of us Sunday into Monday.

I'm in the Boston area.

FWIW

hf
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Food prices expected to rise in 2019: Report

"“We procure a lot of vegetable out of Mexico and the US. So we are expecting major producing regions to be affected by El Nino in 2019 which means that we may actually need to pay more for our vegetables, especially in the ... winter of 2019-2020," he says.

That includes big sellers in the produce section like lettuce, celery and tomatoes.

The predicted jump is between 4 and 6 per cent."
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


FFS, as if this shit isn't expensive enough as is. These assholes want us to eat crap/junk food and be unhealthy.

I'm disgusted.
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Published on Sunday 12/2:

What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
 Quoting: KickinIt



my wife sent me a pic showing a radar with 24 inches of

snow in South Carolina, I told her it couldn't be real


anybody hear anything about this?
 Quoting: jake


Driving home from work earlier tonight, I was listening to local news radio. They were talking about a major winter storm that would be south of us Sunday into Monday.

I'm in the Boston area.

FWIW

hf
 Quoting: Simple27


The possibility is real. Check out the very last (bottom) radar pic. 18-24 inches.

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Finally started to snow here in the SoCal mountains. 33 degrees outside and a dusting of the white stuff everywhere. At least it is starting to stick.


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Well that escalated quickly....

***SIG ALERT---OPERATION SNOWFLAKE*** I-5 IS CLOSED N/B AT PARKER RD IN CASTAIC AND S/B AT BASE OF THE GRAPEVINE FOR UNKNOWN DURATION. ALT RTE, SR-14 TO SR-58 OR SR-126 TO US-101. CALL 1-800-427-7623 OR [link to www.dot.ca.gov] FOR ROAD CONDITIONS.

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Published on Sunday 12/2:

What’s All Of This Talk About A Southern Winter Storm Next Weekend?

If you were to ask me how far to the south I believe frozen precipitation will occur, in short, I’ll tell you I don’t know. But, I’ll give you some insight on this. With conditions favoring high pressure over the central U.S., I’m comfortable saying that it wouldn’t be too difficult to get frozen precipitation (snow and/or ice) as far south as parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Farther eastward into Tennessee and northern Mississippi/Alabama/Georgia, it becomes a bit more of a tough call. I’m especially paying close attention to northern South Carolina, most of North Carolina, and parts of Virginia, due to the potential for cold air damming to establish itself east of the Appalachians as surface high pressure moves eastward. That’s why in our ‘best chance for wintry precipitation’ map (shown below), we currently depict higher probabilities across those locations. Of course, it should go without saying that we will have to modify this map between now and next weekend, and keep in mind that wintry precipitation is not exclusively snow. We can iron out all of those details later.

[link to firsthandweather.com]
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my wife sent me a pic showing a radar with 24 inches of

snow in South Carolina, I told her it couldn't be real


anybody hear anything about this?
 Quoting: jake


Whaat? i don't think that was legit?
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calling for 21 inches in the Foothills of NC...WS/Greensboro area here.
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When it rains in LA

Southwest Airlines flight skids off runway at Burbank Airport; no injuries reported

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southwestair plane slides off runway at #HollywoodBurbankAirport; Live coverage on @nbcla
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BREAKING: Major flooding on Vineland from Vanowen to Sherman Way with reports of people trapped in cars. Asking for swift water rescue now.
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Immediate weather warning for heavy snow interstate five in the Gorman area interstate five is closed due to snow and ice in Gorman
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NWS San Diego @NWSSanDiego

We have issued a Winter Storm Warning for the #SanBernardino Mountains through midnight. Dangerous driving conditions are expected as heavy snow ramps up this afternoon and evening. #cawx

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Caltrans District 7 @CaltransDist7

#I-5 TRAFFIC ALERT: SNOW is causing major traffic problems on #I-5 in the #Lebec and #Grapevine areas, with vehicles sliding across roadways. SLOW DOWN and #BeSafe. If you can, choose alternate routes. Check Caltrans' Quickmap, [link to quickmap.dot.ca.gov] , for updates.

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Caltrans District 7 @CaltransDist7

#I-5 TRAFFIC ALERT: SNOW is causing major traffic problems on #I-5 in the #Lebec and #Grapevine areas, with vehicles sliding across roadways. SLOW DOWN and #BeSafe. If you can, choose alternate routes. Check Caltrans' Quickmap, [link to quickmap.dot.ca.gov] , for updates.

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BREAKING If you are headed to SoCal over I-5 there is a #TRAFFICALERT Per @CHPCentralDiv I-5 over the Grapevine is closed due to snow, until further notice. SR-58 is still open at this time.
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Flash Flood in Cyprus on December 06 2018 06:17 PM (UTC).

"...The car was swept away by floodwater in an area south of the town of Girne. The popular tourist destination was among the hardest hit areas. It was one of the heaviest rainfalls in recent memory and Turkish troops on the island joined search and rescue efforts.

Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister Tufan Erhurman told reporters that they expected more rainfall and said they were taking measures. Flash flooding from an isolated downpour is not uncommon on the island, but sustained floods are rare...

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...Rivers burst their banks, causing damage in the Cypriot capital Nicosia (Lefko?a) and forcing the partial closure of a motorway linking the city to Girne. Floods also damaged power lines from the country's only power plant on the Mediterranean coast near Girne, causing major blackouts. ...

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...Damage was reported to the road network from torrential rain in the south of the island on Wednesday..."



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1-3 inches of snow in the forcast for next week!
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Flooding in LA

Traffic Advisory The bridge on Trabuco Canyon Road near Trabuco Creek is currently out and not drivable.
Please plan to use alternate routes.

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1-3 inches of snow in the forcast for next week!
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