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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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Stuff like this is why i wanted to create this thread. Keep track of these crazy swings in temperature. a 40 degree drop in 2 days is not unheard of but - it seems it is becoming more and more common.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


NE Iowa was around 40° 5am now at 2pm it 10° supposed to drop to 1° tonight. This is pretty common here. For a real crazy weather swing read about Armistice Day 1940

Cold moved in so fast Duck hunters got stranded in their boats.
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United Launch Alliance is set to kick off its 2018 launch campaign with a Delta 4 rocket flight Thursday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Gusty winds prevented rollback of the launch pad’s mobile gantry in preparation for fueling Wednesday, forcing a 24-hour delay. Liftoff of the the Delta 4 from Space Launch Complex-6 is scheduled for a window opening at 1 p.m. PST (4 p.m. EST; 2100 GMT) Thursday with a top secret spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office.
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Live coverage: ULA counting down to its first launch of 2018
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Good call! I'll be watchin'
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


7 minutes to go!!
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wow guys, 63 degrees!

just got some major outside work finished
They figured out a long time ago that its much easier to control people when we're all watching the same TV shows, listening to the same radio stations, going to the same movies, looking at the same billboards, eating the same food, and speaking the same language...

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Well, they've just changed our 'weather alert' AGAIN.

Now, instead of 2-4 inches of snow, they're calling for ICE, followed by 1-3 inches of snow, and then followed again by more ICE.

They have absolutely NO idea what they're doing.
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United Launch Alliance is set to kick off its 2018 launch campaign with a Delta 4 rocket flight Thursday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Gusty winds prevented rollback of the launch pad’s mobile gantry in preparation for fueling Wednesday, forcing a 24-hour delay. Liftoff of the the Delta 4 from Space Launch Complex-6 is scheduled for a window opening at 1 p.m. PST (4 p.m. EST; 2100 GMT) Thursday with a top secret spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office.
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Live coverage: ULA counting down to its first launch of 2018
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 Quoting: joinca


Good call! I'll be watchin'
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


7 minutes to go!!
 Quoting: joinca


ULA’s live broadcast of the Delta 4 launch begins at 12:40 p.m. PST (3:40 p.m. EST; 2040 GMT).
"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." - "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them." - "A Country with no Border, is not a country" -- Thomas Jefferson
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73 here in central SC with a change of rain in the forecast
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73 here in central SC with a change of rain in the forecast
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enjoy !
They figured out a long time ago that its much easier to control people when we're all watching the same TV shows, listening to the same radio stations, going to the same movies, looking at the same billboards, eating the same food, and speaking the same language...

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Ice melting in the Charles River. Taken from Fenway (Boston), looking out at Cambridge.
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Last week Saturday night into Sunday morning (just 4 days ago) the windchill is parts of NYC reached -27, so cold that I drew from a cigarette once and on the second draw the filter was hard with ice...

Right now it is 46, it will be 60 tomorrow then it'll go down to the teens on Sunday and lead into another "Arctic Blast" and snow at the start if next week. Weather's gone haywire.
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U.S. Drought Monitor - Arkansas

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The area I live in was inundated early in 2017 by what they term a 'hundred year flood', and since then, rain events have been scarce. Last winter, they tell me it was really warm, and no hard frost had occurred, making 2017 a horrible year for the biting insects. So far, there's been no snow or ice of any significance here..which isn't really a bad thing, but for the sake of the lake and spring tourism, I hope we get some decent rain during the next few months.
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Now that is what you call a cold front! Most locations in the Eastern U.S. will experience at least a 20 degree drop in less than 3 or 4 hours sometime by Saturday afternoon.
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"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." - "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them." - "A Country with no Border, is not a country" -- Thomas Jefferson
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maybe it is all man made?
Thread: The Ark of Gabriel and the weather

not sure about the ark thing but I do think there is something in antartica. something is emitting massive microwave bursts, look on mimic satellite website...
If you say had a few 'trillion' dollars (missing usa black budget..) could you not make a massive microwave transmitter and put it where no normal person can go?
Then just blame climate change...

That would be a great weapon indeed if say you wanted chaos and order...

Good luck folks
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Where I am in upstate NY is about to get hammered by snow and ice.

Friday is supposed to get up to 55, then rapidly drop to 13. Then freezing rain. Then 2 ft of snow, not including lake effect. They're predicting possible 3ft totals in most areas but more if you live near or on the lake.
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Forecast in NoVa is now saying 65 tomorrow, then down to 5 degrees Saturday night, with 2.5 inches of rain expected from now until then.

It was 8 degrees warmer then they forecasted today. They were saying high of 54, turned out to be 62!

They never used to be off by so many degrees in a single days forecast.
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United Launch Alliance is set to kick off its 2018 launch campaign with a Delta 4 rocket flight Thursday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Gusty winds prevented rollback of the launch pad’s mobile gantry in preparation for fueling Wednesday, forcing a 24-hour delay. Liftoff of the the Delta 4 from Space Launch Complex-6 is scheduled for a window opening at 1 p.m. PST (4 p.m. EST; 2100 GMT) Thursday with a top secret spy satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office.
[link to spaceflightnow.com (secure)]

Live coverage: ULA counting down to its first launch of 2018
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 Quoting: joinca


Good call! I'll be watchin'
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


7 minutes to go!!
 Quoting: joinca


I had to run out for a few jobs i missed it! ahh
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Well, they've just changed our 'weather alert' AGAIN.

Now, instead of 2-4 inches of snow, they're calling for ICE, followed by 1-3 inches of snow, and then followed again by more ICE.

They have absolutely NO idea what they're doing.
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


Any forecast still calling for 20+ inches?
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Can see that cold arctic air piercing down into texas, pushing that cold front east.
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U.S. Drought Monitor - Arkansas

[link to www.drought.gov (secure)]

The area I live in was inundated early in 2017 by what they term a 'hundred year flood', and since then, rain events have been scarce. Last winter, they tell me it was really warm, and no hard frost had occurred, making 2017 a horrible year for the biting insects. So far, there's been no snow or ice of any significance here..which isn't really a bad thing, but for the sake of the lake and spring tourism, I hope we get some decent rain during the next few months.
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Good info TO! 100 year flood followed by a 100 year drought?
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Well, they've just changed our 'weather alert' AGAIN.

Now, instead of 2-4 inches of snow, they're calling for ICE, followed by 1-3 inches of snow, and then followed again by more ICE.

They have absolutely NO idea what they're doing.
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


Any forecast still calling for 20+ inches?
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


No. But they've changed it yet again. Now, it's going to be hours of rain, followed by 1/10 inch of ice, followed by 3-4 inches of snow, beginning early tomorrow morning....another 8 hours earlier than expected.

smdh
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Well, they've just changed our 'weather alert' AGAIN.

Now, instead of 2-4 inches of snow, they're calling for ICE, followed by 1-3 inches of snow, and then followed again by more ICE.

They have absolutely NO idea what they're doing.
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


Any forecast still calling for 20+ inches?
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


No. But they've changed it yet again. Now, it's going to be hours of rain, followed by 1/10 inch of ice, followed by 3-4 inches of snow, beginning early tomorrow morning....another 8 hours earlier than expected.

smdh
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


aka bring shorts you can slip into cause it may end up being 70 degrees.

So far your areas forecasting wins the award for most absurdly comical.
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That Recent Brutally Cold Weather? It’s Getting Rarer

"Climate change has made severe cold spells like the one that recently gripped the Northeast far less common than they used to be, a team of researchers has found.

The reason is straightforward: The Arctic has warmed so much — twice as fast in recent decades than other parts of the world — that when polar air descends to lower latitudes, the cold snaps are warmer on average. So a spell of extremely cold weather like the recent one is rare, about 15 times rarer than a century ago, the scientists said."

I trust these scientists as much as i trust Jazzy's meteorology forecasters.
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Southern Ohio....60 degrees today.

Snow storm with temps forecasted in the 20s for Friday

Go figure
 Quoting: OU8122


Stuff like this is why i wanted to create this thread. Keep track of these crazy swings in temperature. a 40 degree drop in 2 days is not unheard of but - it seems it is becoming more and more common.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


WV here; this pattern really established itself last winter in OH valley and east. Before the pattern, we experienced mild 40 degree winters. I personally don't understand people who resist the use of the term climate change
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Well, they've just changed our 'weather alert' AGAIN.

Now, instead of 2-4 inches of snow, they're calling for ICE, followed by 1-3 inches of snow, and then followed again by more ICE.

They have absolutely NO idea what they're doing.
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


Any forecast still calling for 20+ inches?
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


No. But they've changed it yet again. Now, it's going to be hours of rain, followed by 1/10 inch of ice, followed by 3-4 inches of snow, beginning early tomorrow morning....another 8 hours earlier than expected.

smdh
 Quoting: ~Jazzy~


aka bring shorts you can slip into cause it may end up being 70 degrees.

So far your areas forecasting wins the award for most absurdly comical.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


ikr! My joints can predict this shit better.
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Was looking for info about the drought and I found this from last September. Never heard of a 'flash drought' before...but they weren't kidding. The drought continues, especially up here in northern Arkansas.

Meteorologists: Arkansas Faces Potential of Flash Drought
9/27/17

A flash drought is when warm and dry conditions and evaporating soil moisture happen quickly.

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor, released Tuesday, shows 60 percent of the state as abnormally dry, up from 47 percent a week earlier and from 5 percent the week before that. The western two-thirds of the state is in the abnormally dry are.


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An article just came out 20 minutes ago talking about water quality in my region being impacted due to the severe drought, but the source is on GLP's no-no list of websites. Basically, they're saying the water tastes and smells like shit, but not to fear, because “bacteriologically the water is safe.” Water levels on the lakes are down in some areas 14 to 15 feet, and treatment plants are having a difficult time with it. Groovy.
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Southern Ohio....60 degrees today.

Snow storm with temps forecasted in the 20s for Friday

Go figure
 Quoting: OU8122


Stuff like this is why i wanted to create this thread. Keep track of these crazy swings in temperature. a 40 degree drop in 2 days is not unheard of but - it seems it is becoming more and more common.
 Quoting: Master of Nothing


WV here; this pattern really established itself last winter in OH valley and east. Before the pattern, we experienced mild 40 degree winters. I personally don't understand people who resist the use of the term climate change
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I like the term climate cycle better

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Was looking for info about the drought and I found this from last September. Never heard of a 'flash drought' before...but they weren't kidding. The drought continues, especially up here in northern Arkansas.

Meteorologists: Arkansas Faces Potential of Flash Drought
9/27/17

A flash drought is when warm and dry conditions and evaporating soil moisture happen quickly.

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor, released Tuesday, shows 60 percent of the state as abnormally dry, up from 47 percent a week earlier and from 5 percent the week before that. The western two-thirds of the state is in the abnormally dry are.


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

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An article just came out 20 minutes ago talking about water quality in my region being impacted due to the severe drought, but the source is on GLP's no-no list of websites. Basically, they're saying the water tastes and smells like shit, but not to fear, because “bacteriologically the water is safe.” Water levels on the lakes are down in some areas 14 to 15 feet, and treatment plants are having a difficult time with it. Groovy.
 Quoting: TunedOut


I was completely unaware of the drought you're having till you brought it up. Up 47% from the previous week? Fitting it's being called a flash drought. Hope you guys get some moisture over there.... keep us updated!
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Not caught up since last night, but wanted to report that it was 57 when I went to work this morning. High around 1 or 2pm was 62. When I left for work at 4:30 it was 46, and by the time I got home 20 minutes later it had dropped to 35. I just popped out right now and it's bitter cold again. They just said on the news roads are freezing up now. I have a feeling in about an hour and going forward, I'm gonna hear a lot of sirens.
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The giant storm growing across the USA now seems strange, weird & extra colorful.


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Not caught up since last night, but wanted to report that it was 57 when I went to work this morning. High around 1 or 2pm was 62. When I left for work at 4:30 it was 46, and by the time I got home 20 minutes later it had dropped to 35. I just popped out right now and it's bitter cold again. They just said on the news roads are freezing up now. I have a feeling in about an hour and going forward, I'm gonna hear a lot of sirens.
 Quoting: KickinIt


Looks like the change from rain to ice is coming in ya area soon. They forecasting any significant accumulation of ice?
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WEATHER update USA UK +Record lowest temps + Modern sea ice levels vs time

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