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Master of Nothing  (OP)

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That is crazy! Came across this article regarding temperature swings.

[link to weather.com (secure)]

49 Degree increase in 2 minutes in Spearfish, S.D.

Record low and high in one day in OK

110 degree rise in Oklahoma after the all time coldest temp in the state the previous day.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


I guess you just pack your entire wardrobe in the back of the car and change clothes and coats accordingly.

Wild weather! ltana
 Quoting: -Haun-


lol

49 degrees in 2 minutes?!?

Feel like that would have some adverse affects on your body.
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Southeastern Indiana was near 60 today. We're expecting a snow storm Friday night through Saturday.

However, the weathermen can't decide on what model they want to use to forecast any kind of snowfall totals.

One model says to expect 2.0 inches.

Another model is forecasting 23.1 inches for the same fucking area!

OMG.

Just give me the Farmers Almanac and call it a day..sheesh.

IDIOTS.
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


About 100 miles north of you ... you forgot to mention the one week temperature swing. When I woke up a week ago it was about 13 below zero, colder in the rural areas, with a high one day of about 3 above.

This AM when I woke up it was 55 degrees!

Wake up temperature swing in one week of 68 degrees!! Crazy!! (but at least all of our snow and ice will be gone before the storm hits over the weekend - but never seen a forecast before saying that it will be somewhere between 2 inches and 2 feet!! - maybe they will change it to 2 yards? lol)
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Bradley SC...

Hi 68
Lo 59

Rain forecast
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Southeastern Indiana was near 60 today. We're expecting a snow storm Friday night through Saturday.

However, the weathermen can't decide on what model they want to use to forecast any kind of snowfall totals.

One model says to expect 2.0 inches.

Another model is forecasting 23.1 inches for the same fucking area!

OMG.

Just give me the Farmers Almanac and call it a day..sheesh.

IDIOTS.
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


About 100 miles north of you ... you forgot to mention the one week temperature swing. When I woke up a week ago it was about 13 below zero, colder in the rural areas, with a high one day of about 3 above.

This AM when I woke up it was 55 degrees!

Wake up temperature swing in one week of 68 degrees!! Crazy!! (but at least all of our snow and ice will be gone before the storm hits over the weekend - but never seen a forecast before saying that it will be somewhere between 2 inches and 2 feet!! - maybe they will change it to 2 yards? lol)
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Not sure if i've ever seen such drastic, differing snow total forecasts. Should be interesting to see how this all plays out.
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Global warming has me freezing my ass off in Wyoming today. It's 20F now, looking for a high around 30F. Today the wind will blow making the wind chill just below zero. Meanwhile, all the animals still want fed. It'll be a good day to dress warm. No change expected in the near future. At least it's not below zero, like it was a couple of weeks ago. Over all, it's been a colder than usual winter, and looks like that will continue.
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5a

I have lived in the Boston area, the Milwaukee area, and the DC area...

The weather has never been crazier for the south. Feeling the polar vortex for the past couple of weeks down here makes me feel like I'm in Wisconsin.

Love snow...hopefully, we will have a nice big storm on the coast in this area.
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Temps have been fairly steady here since during the night. Just observed a 6 degree drop in 10 minutes, so I guess we're catching the leading edge of the cold front that's going to bring the ice. It was a nice little break from the cold though.
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Forecasts keep changing regarding winter storm Hunter. Looks like a big swath of the northeast is going to get a decent amount of ice.

Since last night they've already increased the rain amount in my location through friday

[link to weather.com (secure)]
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Blizzard in Iowa now. 50 yesterday hf
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Blizzard in Iowa now. 50 yesterday hf
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Tons of ice
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Southern Ohio....60 degrees today.

Snow storm with temps forecasted in the 20s for Friday

Go figure
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Same here. FL

High predicted for 80 today, then back down into the 40-60's for highs all next week.

VERY UNUSUAL for early January in FL. We typically don't get very very cold weather until Feb, and even then, only a day or two....NOT a full week at a time, over and over. And that's what we've already had this year.
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The magnetic field is weakening causing the jet stream to run amok which wreaks havoc with the weather. Should be interesting documenting the effects here. Great idea Mon! I'd love it if we could get into solar minimum, increased cosmic rays leading to cloud seeding which changes weather drastically, also plasma physics!!!

fivestars
 Quoting: Isis One


This is something I remember Art Bell talking about literally 20 years ago!
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Temperatures will be close to the record high in Chicago today. Then plunging temps in just hours.

[link to www.nbcchicago.com (secure)]

"The record high for Chicago on Jan. 11 is 61 degrees, and while some parts could reach 57 or 58 degrees, the temperatures will come close but not break a record.

With the warmer temperatures also comes a chance for rain across the area throughout the day on Thursday.

Temperatures will then tank quickly into the 20s and even the teens by late evening, a fall of more than 30 degrees in just a few hours. A rain/snow mix could be possible late Thursday for the far south suburbs and northwest Indiana."

Seems a lot of states are experiencing this huge temperature drop today. All the way down in Texas even.


[link to dfw.cbslocal.com]

"Winter weather is returning to North Texas on Thursday, and that could present problems for people who are not prepared. The morning is actually starting with mild temperatures and only a slight breeze. It does not feel like a day that might end with snow."
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


Just think how good these yo-yo-ing temps are on your body's ability to fight off the FLU going around....
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Here in NE Ohio we have a storm system moving in tomorrow. They're talking snow, sleet, ice etc. With a high today of 59 its all melting. I'm going to the grocery store today and stocking up on everything. This has the potential to get real ugly. I won't be going anywhere.....
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Global warming has me freezing my ass off in Wyoming today. It's 20F now, looking for a high around 30F. Today the wind will blow making the wind chill just below zero. Meanwhile, all the animals still want fed. It'll be a good day to dress warm. No change expected in the near future. At least it's not below zero, like it was a couple of weeks ago. Over all, it's been a colder than usual winter, and looks like that will continue.
 Quoting: Epic Beard Guy


Pardon my ignorance...how do you keep the animals warm during the single digits and below? I think about the animals every time I see the polar vortex creeping down from Canada...Just curious.

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Ice coming in sideways north of KC
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Ice coming in sideways north of KC
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high winds and sleet?
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Pike National Forest here. Finally got some snow. banana2
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Look at what power plants are used for:
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My husband has PD.. we're in a snow belt.. very long driveway (500 + ft)

Having to pay for someone to plow when it snows every day or every other day can get expensive so he bought me a snowblower a couple of years ago (which I absolutely love btw.. Troy-Bilt Storm Tracker with tracks instead of tires) so I like to check to see how much snow is in the forecast.

I've noticed as of late.. the sites I use are not using inches anymore. Most notably Weather Underground. Now there are simply dashes --- and mostly % instead.

Why? Are they so inaccurate that is less incriminating to not put actual inches?

Thank you for providing a thread I can vent about this on. hf

Just checked W U and they have revamped their whole look.

I miss the simple "inches" forecast verysad
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It's not necessarily the crazy weather, it's the frequency that it is occurring. These once in 100yr events are happening every other year. It's taking a toll on everything. Last week, -14. Today 57. Wtf?
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If you think that it is cold check out the snow drifts in Switzerland....

Amazing deep #snow drifts at Col du Simplon at 2000m elevation In southern #Switzerland Tuesday 9th January..
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Here are a few of the links that I use.....

National Mosaic - Full Resolution
[link to radar.weather.gov (secure)]
GeoColor: GOES East
[link to www.weather.gov]
United States Weather Radar
[link to www.accuweather.com (secure)]
Atlantic 2-Day Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook
[link to www.nhc.noaa.gov]
Australia > Radar Images
[link to www.bom.gov.au]
Network for Lightning and Thunderstorms in Real Time
[link to en.blitzortung.org]
Tropical Cyclones ...A Satellite Perspective
[link to tropic.ssec.wisc.edu]
Northern Hemisphere Enhanced Infrared
[link to www.weather.unisys.com]
NOAA West Coast Rainbow IR Ch4
[link to www.ssd.noaa.gov]
Real-Time U.S. Composite Satellite Animation - Large
[link to www.ssec.wisc.edu]
Intellecast Local Weather
[link to www.intellicast.com]

:indeed:
 Quoting: joinca


This is the model i use which is quite accurate and shows snow precip totals expected.Let it load and hit start button.
[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]

Here it is with all the drop down tabs n selections.
[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]
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48 degrees.... the sun is shining. Expecting highs in the low-to-mid 70s.

Desert dwelling.

It definitely has it's advantages... right up until that first AC bill comes.
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Currently 67 degrees here in Suburbia New Orleans with a cold front on its way.

For the extended outlook, The GFS is showing unrelenting waves of cold for most of the US. s27cold [link to www.tropicaltidbits.com (secure)]
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Lake County, IL
58 right now, low of 15 tonight.
We have a winter weather advisory tonight through tomorrow for rain/sleet/ice.
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Pike National Forest here. Finally got some snow. banana2
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We were out in that area last summer. Took the long route to the cabin. Stayed in Buena Vista one night. Needed blankets.
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Southwest Missouri here it's 55 now, 10:30 am, forecast is 30 by 1:00 p.m.. It's really messing with the arthritis in my back. This sucks.
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Louisville, KY. 50's and rainy right now. Supposed to drop to 20 degrees tonight and be a layer of ice and snow over the entire area by tomorrow.
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63 degrees here in Illinois this AM.

13 degrees here in Illinois tonite.