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  1. #3811
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    It's been lovely here in the "NorthWet" for several days now. My wife actually had me hook up the bedroom air conditioner yesterday, as the afternoon sun was making it too warm for her.
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    A beautiful, crystal clear sky yesterday and very pleasant 70 degrees! Sadly, clouds are rolling in this evening just in time to prevent viewing of tonight's lunar eclipse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redshifter View Post
    A beautiful, crystal clear sky yesterday and very pleasant 70 degrees! Sadly, clouds are rolling in this evening just in time to prevent viewing of tonight's lunar eclipse.
    Shoot. At least you've reminded me of the eclipse!

    Here's a conspiracy theory for you: Every lunar eclipse since 2008 has coincided with a full moon!!! FULL MOON!!!!! COINCIDENCE???? I DON'T THINK SO!
    Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Shoot. At least you've reminded me of the eclipse!

    Here's a conspiracy theory for you: Every lunar eclipse since 2008 has coincided with a full moon!!! FULL MOON!!!!! COINCIDENCE???? I DON'T THINK SO!
    Around here, they just cover up the conspiracy with clouds. So it's hard to tell if the eclipse and full moon coincide.

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    Nice and warm today but we're heading for a few day of close or below freezing weather.
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    Expecting freezing temps and possible snow tomorrow. The farmers must love that.

    Dang it, weather, look at the calendar! You're supposed to be over this kind of behavior by now.
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    Cloudy and warm, with showers expected before daybreak. A real bummer, with the lunar eclipse coming up tonight.

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    And another inch or two of snow last night. Pretty sure we're in a solid 2nd place all time. Think we still have around 20 inches to go to catch first, so that's not happening.

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    Brief but intense snow this morning. Traces are still on the ground.
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    Brief sun this am, after last night's cloud fest. Now clouds are coming back and bringing rain with them.

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    SEVERE WEATHER threat Mon-Wed in the Deep Gulf South: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/bmx/?n=mmbrief

    This looks to be a significant event.

    Worse, Metro Birmingham's NOAA weather radio transmitter is on the fritz:
    http://www.srh.noaa.gov/bmx/?n=nwr_outage_wmap

    I hope we never get a repeat of this http://www.srh.noaa.gov/bmx/?n=event_04272011

    The thinking is that Alabama will have perhaps three rounds of storms, with the last two the ones that bear watching. http://www.alabamawx.com/?p=82121

    Be weather aware!

    Until then, enjoy this multiple vortex firewhirl, and ball lightning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKfpp...utu.be&t=3m11s
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXm3zDM_v80
    http://www.stormtrack.org/forum/show...Ball-Lightning

    http://tornadoproject.com/wp/


    Some tornado links

    Tornadoes http://www.terradaily.com/reports/Mu...vents_999.html
    http://www.space.com/25725-solar-tor...pacecraft.html
    http://www.space.com/25671-video-ark...-outbreak.html
    http://www.space.com/25661-arkansas-...iew-video.html
    http://www.space.com/26271-twin-torn...raw-video.html
    http://www.stormtrack.org/forum/show...PORTS-SD-ND-MN
    http://www.stormtrack.org/forum/show...-17-REPORTS-NE
    http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/18/us/sou...ado/index.html
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaN9LT3a6r4

    Alpena multi-vortex http://www.weather.com/video/watch-m...-tornado-50095

    Three intercepts http://www.stormtrack.org/forum/show...-17-REPORTS-NE

    Twins
    http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/17/us/neb...evere-weather/
    http://www.stormtrack.org/forum/show...MN-IL-WI-SD-ND
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SnL28itziA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jse6ZwP1g1g
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNq4WxuTUow
    http://www.perezmedia.net/misc/storm...1601_Radar.PNG

    Triplets? https://twitter.com/tornadotrackers/...66475072348160
    https://twitter.com/NWSOmaha/status/479392612994916352
    Last edited by publiusr; 2014-Jun-21 at 04:37 PM.

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    Drizzle, a cheery 48 degrees F , wind calm . Good weather to listen to R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders . Song " Hula Medleys " . Hot stuff.

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    I'm here in the Philippines to attend a wedding and according to my iPhone its 35 degrees celsius, summer hot!

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    14C here and sunny & after 6 months of winter that feels hot.

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    A very pleasant 75 degrees F today! We're forecast to be in the high 80's on Thursday! That's hot for us in the middle of summer, let alone the middle of spring!

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    I'll say. We've started up the automatic sprinkler system and I hooked up the bedroom air conditioners for my wife. Gotta be proof of global warming. Or something.
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    Our winter weather seems to persist. 42F, drizzle/lt rain, winds calm. Maybe...Friday.

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    A beautiful 22 C, but it's going to cool off again over the weekend.
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    Over 80F (more than 26C) this afternoon in the North"wet". TOO DARN HOT!

    There's a reason I don't live in warmer climes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Over 80F (more than 26C) this afternoon in the North"wet". TOO DARN HOT!

    There's a reason I don't live in warmer climes.
    I agree! Today and yesterday both in the low 80's but today feels a lot more humid, which I don't care for. Low 80's I can deal with, but not the humidity. I wouldn't last long in a southeastern US summer...

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    Don't worry, Redshifter! My cheap little weather station thingy shows the barometer falling and is predicting rain.

    Perfect weather for me is about 65F and partly cloudy.

    Gotta go now, the cat's hungry.
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    Last edited by publiusr; 2014-May-02 at 07:33 PM.

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    Hot and humid in coastal-central Florida. It was the first time in quite a long time that I could see mirages along the road (or maybe the first time I noticed). I'm not talking about a long drive, just on the streets of our town, you could see reflective places that looked wet just a few yards away, but were dry when you got there.

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    Several small thunderstorms went through central Indy today and heavy rain tonight and tomorrow.
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    Breakup came very early this year but the usual spring rains, not so much. We've had a string of gorgeous clear days and today was another in the run: a warm day under a robin's egg sky.
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    Hi Brett, finally some better weather. Had 75 today, wind 7kts, sunny. Play with the kids.

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    Here's a cautionary tale about flash floods.
    Our most respected local meteorologist on the air for 50 years*, who is not the type to stand out in a hurricane, got stuck in a flash flood.
    Up to his neck in water, had to be rescued by boat and smashing a window.

    *no, not 24 hours a day.

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    Summerlike, with highs earlier this week in the upper 70's. We're forecasted to get into the low 80's F today and tomorrow. Possible record setting highs the next couple of days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redshifter View Post
    Summerlike, with highs earlier this week in the upper 70's. We're forecasted to get into the low 80's F today and tomorrow. Possible record setting highs the next couple of days.
    Which is too darn warm, at least for me. 68F/20C is all I'd ever need.
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    Warm.

    Breezy.

    Wispy clouds.

    No rain.

    No rain.

    Repeat "no rain" times 4 months solid.

    While walking out of our mall an hour ago, a teenaged girl catches her breath and asks excitedly, "Is it raining???" (bits of oil and water stains from vehicles on pavement out front).

    We're in such a drought that people are hallucinating rain.
    Dip me in ink and toss me to the Poets.

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