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Old 03-19-2012, 04:20 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Sydney's first day as Emerald City set to be a stunner

By an overwhelming majority, (Sydney's) 4 million residents voted to change their citys' name to 'Emerald City' on Monday. On Tuesday morning, the new city awoke to a brisk morning with brilliant sunshine, a portent of the week ahead. We should reach a pleasant top of 18 or 19 degrees today once scattered fog and frost patches clear.

(Note: I have changed my citys' name to avoid confusion with the real Sydney)
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:19 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Current conditions:

Windy with drizzle
34 F

ALERT

The St. Edward's Weather Service has issued an Ice Storm Warning. A significant icing event is imminent. Freezing rain is expected to begin falling around midnight and continue through Thursday. Total ice accumulation of a quarter inch to half an inch is expected. This will be a pro-longed event, so please prepare for power outages. Stay away from downed trees and powerlines.

The St. Edward's School District has shut down early this afternoon and will be closed tomorrow in anticipation of the storm. All government offices will be closed. Only critical employees are to report to work (police, fire, medical, road department, and utilties).
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Old 03-21-2012, 07:34 AM
 
Location: Melbourne AUS
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Originally Posted by dxnerd86 View Post
Sydney's first day as Emerald City set to be a stunner

By an overwhelming majority, (Sydney's) 4 million residents voted to change their citys' name to 'Emerald City' on Monday. On Tuesday morning, the new city awoke to a brisk morning with brilliant sunshine, a portent of the week ahead. We should reach a pleasant top of 18 or 19 degrees today once scattered fog and frost patches clear.

(Note: I have changed my citys' name to avoid confusion with the real Sydney)
why did you call your fantasy climate "Sydney" to begin with? Never occurred to you that people might confuse it with the real Sydney?


Anyway...

Matilda Bay.... 9:30pm


Conditions... Clear
Temp.......... 28.5C
Dewpoint .... 24.6C
Wind........... NNE 11km/h
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:05 AM
 
Location: Laurentia
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Patricianopolis - Daily Overview

Today some mixed rain and snow came through, adding up to 0.1 inches of precipitation. 0.5 inches of wet snow was measured at the office. Temperatures dropped through the 30's through the daytime hours. Winds were sustained at 40-50 mph, with no gusts significantly higher than that. This is the backside of the same storm system that produced an early-season severe thunderstorm outbreak yesterday to ring in the Vernal Equinox. Storm reports that have been analyzed so far show mostly a damaging wind event through our region, with only weak tornadoes occurring far to our south. The derecho that came through around midday yesterday brought a peak wind gust of 102 mph. Sections of forests were destroyed, blocking some side roads yesterday. The roads are all clear of debris as of now.

Week at a Glance (all temps in degrees Fahrenheit)

March 21: Mixed rain and snow lingering along with windy conditions. Temps steady in the low to mid 30's. Winds W 40-50 mph. Snowfall less than one inch.

March 22: Partly cloudy. Low 25. High 48. 10-15 mph winds from the NNW in the morning, shifting to E in the afternoon.

March 23: Partly cloudy and windy. Low 29. High 63. Winds SSE 25-40 mph, gusting over 40 mph. The monthly record high is forecast to be exceeded by 1 degree.

March 24: Windy. Strong to severe thunderstorms. Most likely threat is damaging winds. Low 47. High 57. Winds S 40-60 mph, gusting to 70 mph. Rainfall near a half an inch.

March 25: Windy. Snow and blowing snow. Morning high of 25 dropping to 10. Winds WNW 45-65 mph, gusting to hurricane force. Snowfall around 2 inches.

March 26: Partly cloudy and windy with some drifting snow. Low -7. High 12. Winds NW 25-35 mph.

March 27: Sunshine. Low -20. High 15. Winds N 5-10 mph.

Weekly Analysis

A warmer than normal and potentially record-breaking pattern will prevail through March 24, when a strong storm system will bring another potential severe thunderstorm outbreak on the frontside, and a potent snow and wind storm on the backside. Temperatures will drop rapidly with the passage of the cold front and may be accompanied by hurricane-force winds. A High Wind Watch may be issued as the date approaches. Temperatures will be very cold for this time of year on the 27th and 28th, dropping to around -20. Another spike of daytime warmth is projected around the end of the month, but will be accompanied by colder than normal nights. Going into early April a cold pattern will take hold with several snow threats on the horizon. Despite record-breaking warmth early in the season, an earlier-than-normal breakup does not look likely at this point, especially given the current above-normal snowpack that will persist through forecast range.
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:11 AM
 
Location: Buxton, England
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Tymber City, East Carven, South Fakadamia Weather Forecast
Valid 22nd - 27th March 2012

22/03
Humid and mostly clear. Scattered clouds PM. Light winds.
Hi: 33C / 92F
Lo: 25C / 77F

23/03
Clear. Light SE winds.
Hi: 33C / 92F
Lo: 24C / 75F

24/03
Mostly clear. Light SE winds.
Hi: 34C / 93F
Lo: 25C / 77F

25/03
Clear AM, scattered clouds PM. Light E winds.
Hi: 33C / 92F
Lo: 26C / 79F

26/03
Clear, light SE winds.
Hi: 35C / 95F
Lo: 25C / 77F

27/03
Slightly less humid, clear.
Hi: 36C / 97F
Lo: 20C / 68F
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Old 03-21-2012, 01:14 PM
 
Location: Singapore
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Saturday: 37/36 - Heavy Rain, wind 30 mph s
Sunday: 40/30 - Thunderstorms and heavy rain/snow mix, wind 30 mph sw
Monday: 32/30 - Heavy snow, 16"(41cm) expected, 15 mph wind w
Tuesday: 31/24 - Heavy snow, 12" expected, 25 mph wind w
Wednesday: 28/20 - Light snow, 3" expected, 30 mph wind nw
Thursday: 26/20 - Light snow, 3" expected, 25 mph wind nw
Friday: 25/12 - Sunny, 20 mph wind nw
Saturday: 17/6 - Scattered snow showers, otherwise sunny, light winds
Temps are in Fahrenheit obviously.

Thursday: 24/17 - Light snow up to one inch, breezy (10 mph NW)
Friday: 22/10 - Sunny, breezy (10 mph NW)
Saturday: 21/8 - Sunny, breezy (10 mph NW)
Sunday: 16/-2 - Sunny, windy (35 mph NW, gusting to 50 mph)
Monday: 24/10 - Heavy snow in the morning up to eight inches, clearing later in the day, light winds
Tuesday: 18/5 - Sunny, breezy (15 mph N)
Wednesday: 21/15 - Clear and breezy in morning followed by heavy afternoon snow
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Old 03-21-2012, 04:08 PM
 
Location: London, UK
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Forecast for Luxwan aka dhdhpolis

March 20 : 23-27C Hazy, bright.
March 21 : 20-32C Sunny, light winds. Hot afternoon.
March 22 : 21-28C Sunny. Calm.
March 23 : 21-29C Sunny. Calm.
March 24 : 24-27C Light rain before dawn, humid and partly cloudy afterwards. Warm morning.
March 25 : 19-26C Cool. Abundantly sunny. Calm.
March 26 : 22-30C Warmer. Sunny.
Revised forecast for March 22-29


March 22 : 21-27C Sunny. Calm.
March 23 : 23-27C Sunny with light breezes. Humid
March 24 : 25-28C Very humid. Cloudy in the morning, clearing up afterwards. Heavy shower in the evening.
March 25 : 20-25C. Cool. Sunny and very calm.
March 26 : 20-32C. Fair and very warm in the afternoon after a fresh morning. Light winds.
March 27 : 24-30C. Warm and humid. A few clouds.
March 28 : 22-27C. Sunny and drier.
March 29 : 21-27C. Sunny.
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:06 PM
 
Location: Singapore
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Revised forecast for March 22-29


March 22 : 21-27C Sunny. Calm.
March 23 : 23-27C Sunny with light breezes. Humid
March 24 : 25-28C Very humid. Cloudy in the morning, clearing up afterwards. Heavy shower in the evening.
March 25 : 20-25C. Cool. Sunny and very calm.
March 26 : 20-32C. Fair and very warm in the afternoon after a fresh morning. Light winds.
March 27 : 24-30C. Warm and humid. A few clouds.
March 28 : 22-27C. Sunny and drier.
March 29 : 21-27C. Sunny.
Luxwan=Luxor+Aswan ?

That forecast looks pretty nice to me right now...although those nights are a bit cool except for the 27th.
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:30 PM
 
Location: London, UK
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Luxwan=Luxor+Aswan ?
Shhh!!

Actually, I came up with that name using lux, Latin for "light", and wan, Chinese for "bay", hence, the bay of light it's only later that I realized it sounded like those two Egyptian neighbors...but, both being warm and sunny places, I am fine with it
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Old 03-22-2012, 01:17 AM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Weather news for Emerald City:

There's a fog in our throats

Cool, calm conditions overnight have led to a string of foggy mornings in Emerald City this past week, and more fog is expected until Saturday. If fogs occur on each of Friday and Saturday, this would tie the March record of five consecutive days with fog in the city centre. The blocking high in the Tasman resulting in warm air aloft, combined with cooling ground temperatures at this time of year are dually responsible. Fortunately for warm weather lovers, the foggy mornings have quickly given way to blazing sunshine. We are still expected to reach 30C on Sunday.
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