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Old 12-18-2023, 10:41 AM
 
Location: Zagreb
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Decent temperature inversion today here in Zagreb.
Temps measured at 7 am:

Airport (107 m/351 ft asl): -3C
Maksimir (123 m/ 403 ft asl): -2C
Grič (157 m/515 ft asl): 0C

But at the station located on the Medvednica mountain:

Puntijarka (957 m/3140 ft asl) : +11C!


So it has been warmer up there in the mountain than down here in Zagreb these days.
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Old 12-18-2023, 11:55 AM
 
Location: Indiana Uplands
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Blowtorch indefinitely until I actually see evidence of a large pattern shift.

Last edited by GraniteStater; 12-18-2023 at 04:00 PM..
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Old 12-18-2023, 02:34 PM
 
Location: New York Area
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The front isn't too far. Will be 40s by evening time.
It is already.
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Old 12-18-2023, 02:37 PM
 
Location: Centre Wellington, ON
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Extreme blowtorch in eastern Canada. Daily records falling in much of central and eastern Quebec and northern New Brunswick and monthly records falling in inland Labrador where mean temperatures are comparable to what they would normally be in late May.


Today's forecast highs / lows vs normals

Cap Chat: 60F (+35F) / 43F (+25F) **daily record, possible monthly record**
Mont Joli: 59F (+36F) / 41F (+32F) **daily record**
La Pocatiere: 59F (+35F) / 39F (+30F) **daily record**
Sherbrooke: 58F (+32F) / 37F (+31F) **daily record**
Bathurst: 55F (+28F) / 48F (+32F) **daily record**
Quebec City: 55F (+33F) / 37F (+31F) **daily record**
Edmundston: 56F (+33F) / 41F (+31F) **daily record**
Goose Bay: 54F (+39F) / 45F (+47F) **monthly record**
Trois Pistoles: 54F (+31F) / 39F (+29) **daily record**
Baie Comeau: 48F (+24F) / 39F (+35F) **daily record**
Saguenay: 48F (+29F) / 30F (+29F) possible daily record
Labrador City: 45F (+38F) / 39F (+51F) **monthly record**
Sept Iles: 45F (+25F) / 39F (+39F) **daily record**
St Anthony: 45F (+20F) / 39F (+28F) **daily record** tomorrow forecast to be 1-2C warmer which could beat the monthly record
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Old 12-18-2023, 04:47 PM
 
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Blowtorch indefinitely until I actually see evidence of a large pattern shift.
Good luck waiting.
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Old 12-18-2023, 04:50 PM
 
Location: Indiana Uplands
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Good luck waiting.
Most of the cold is over in Asia.
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Old 12-18-2023, 05:06 PM
 
Location: 30461
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Extreme blowtorch in eastern Canada. Daily records falling in much of central and eastern Quebec and northern New Brunswick and monthly records falling in inland Labrador where mean temperatures are comparable to what they would normally be in late May.


Today's forecast highs / lows vs normals

Cap Chat: 60F (+35F) / 43F (+25F) **daily record, possible monthly record**
Mont Joli: 59F (+36F) / 41F (+32F) **daily record**
La Pocatiere: 59F (+35F) / 39F (+30F) **daily record**
Sherbrooke: 58F (+32F) / 37F (+31F) **daily record**
Bathurst: 55F (+28F) / 48F (+32F) **daily record**
Quebec City: 55F (+33F) / 37F (+31F) **daily record**
Edmundston: 56F (+33F) / 41F (+31F) **daily record**
Goose Bay: 54F (+39F) / 45F (+47F) **monthly record**
Trois Pistoles: 54F (+31F) / 39F (+29) **daily record**
Baie Comeau: 48F (+24F) / 39F (+35F) **daily record**
Saguenay: 48F (+29F) / 30F (+29F) possible daily record
Labrador City: 45F (+38F) / 39F (+51F) **monthly record**
Sept Iles: 45F (+25F) / 39F (+39F) **daily record**
St Anthony: 45F (+20F) / 39F (+28F) **daily record** tomorrow forecast to be 1-2C warmer which could beat the monthly record
Heh. That same strong area of low pressure that brought me 3+ inches of rain is blowing large amounts of tropical air from the western Atlantic into maritime Canada. Enjoy the warm air we sent you, lol.
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Old 12-18-2023, 05:08 PM
 
Location: 30461
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Freeze watches are up for portions of inland northern Florida. Fortunately for can'tthinkofusername, Gainesville airport isn't in the watch zone... yet. Let's see how the forecast updates tomorrow.
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Old 12-18-2023, 05:34 PM
 
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Most of the cold is over in Asia.
No 80's for me in a while and none coming. At least this is not like Dec 1988 that was mid 80's. I can live with 70's year round. If i never saw a 80+ again it would be 2 soon.
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Old 12-18-2023, 05:51 PM
 
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Freeze watches are up for portions of inland northern Florida. Fortunately for can'tthinkofusername, Gainesville airport isn't in the watch zone... yet. Let's see how the forecast updates tomorrow.
I think Gainesville Airport is most likely going to underperform, even being outside the watch zone, since there was so much rain immediately prior to this radiational cold front.
To me this looks like a further south version of the Halloween and beginning of November radiational cold front that had forecasts as cold as -1C for Dallas Love Field, but it only underperformed to 1-2C because of all the rain immediately prior to the cold front.

Which of course means a first frost sometime in January 2024 is looking more and more likely. Today is also the day that cinches their third longest ever frost free season, and this might be their most significant first frost beating of their Jacksonville Airport counterpart ever, November 30 vs January something. Lol.
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