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Old 11-01-2023, 10:17 PM
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Location: Tennessee
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Oct 16, 2023
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GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WATE) — The first snow of the season has fallen on Mt. LeConte, according to LeConte Lodge staff.

The Lodge shared a photo of a dusting of snow on the mountain and said a light accumulation of snow might be possible overnight.
https://www.wate.com/news/smoky-moun...on-mt-leconte/
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Old 11-02-2023, 09:41 AM
 
Location: New York Area
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Hilarious. What a fraud.
Someone gave me an unsigned "reputation comment" saying "take off your tinfoil hat." I have posted in detail as to why I think that climate change activism is a fraud. People who glue themselves to stadium floors during tennis matches, deface artwork, tie up traffic, see "Climate Activists," i.e. Nihilists Disrupt U.S. Open, would likely blanch at the consequences of leaving the oil and gas era. People do not appreciate what would happen. They are demanding "action" without knowing their goals or the results.

Whoever it is, let's debate, not engage in drive-by attacks.
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Old 11-02-2023, 12:37 PM
 
Location: Segovia, central Spain, 1230 m asl, Csb Mediterranean with strong continental influence, 40º43 N
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Heavy winds here - and across much of western Europe - because of the European winter storm Cirian. It has been quite a windy day with windgust up to 90 km/h here where I live.
Rainfal showers has been heavy as well so walking down the streets with an umbrella should not be functional today.
Now is getting colder as there is 3º C and sleet showers can't be ruled out.
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Old 11-02-2023, 01:38 PM
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Location: Tennessee
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Heavy winds here - and across much of western Europe - because of the European winter storm Cirian.
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This is not a guess


It's how you know what's coming

Short term forecasting is easy these days.

There is a very high probability this will happen.. Here, I will rotate it for you.
It's fascinating to me to be able to "see" what is causing a storm.

Polar vortex

More of the Polar vortex

Jet stream

The storm

You can literally see where the cold air is coming from
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Old 11-02-2023, 05:10 PM
 
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Someone gave me an unsigned "reputation comment" saying "take off your tinfoil hat." I have posted in detail as to why I think that climate change activism is a fraud. People who glue themselves to stadium floors during tennis matches, deface artwork, tie up traffic, see "Climate Activists," i.e. Nihilists Disrupt U.S. Open, would likely blanch at the consequences of leaving the oil and gas era. People do not appreciate what would happen. They are demanding "action" without knowing their goals or the results.

Whoever it is, let's debate, not engage in drive-by attacks.
Well that junk is a fake. But the planet is super heating at a faster and faster rate, Unreal how much it has changed for my area since 1978. No more rain in the summer on the west coast due to a never ending west flow all summer. No more cool falls or cold winters and just no rain all year round anymore for my area.

My snow ball effect is taking place now and it should be clear to anyone we see way more heat records than we do cold records.
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Old 11-05-2023, 01:19 PM
 
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Dr Cohen being a Debbie downer for winter weather fans in the eastern 2/3rds

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Old 11-05-2023, 03:58 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Dr Cohen being a Debbie downer for winter weather fans in the eastern 2/3rds
You beat me to it. Was just about to post that. Lol. He's not a Bastardi thats for sure. I dont expect 3 months of winter but I just hope for a few good snowstorms.

https://twitter.com/judah47/status/1721250575449223425
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Old 11-05-2023, 04:56 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Just saw the new ECMWF monthly output, and IF it is accurate for January and February, many snow lovers in the Mid-Atlantic are going to have a lot of chances to see snow.

I just wanna track something. I'll take fantasy storms on GFS. Last year it was even hard to get that. Lolol
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Old 11-05-2023, 05:07 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Free webinar: Winter 2023-2024 Outlook

The Blue Hill Observatory invites you to a “Tim Kelley + 1” webinar with meteorologists Tim Kelley and Joe Bastardi to discuss the upcoming winter.

Date: November 7, 2023
Time: 6:30 to 8 PM

Winter is fast approaching and given the recent major weather events taking place all over the globe, the Observatory is eager to explore weather predictions for our winter. On everyone’s mind is this question: Will this season follow the recent trend of low snow fall and warmer temperatures? The Observatory’s Chief Scientist, Mike Iacono, reported that winter 2022-2023 was the fourth warmest on record at Blue Hill with only half of the average snowfall.

https://bluehill.org/shop/11-7-23-We...ook-p598670447

For those that dont know, this is Tim Kelley. He's an awesome Met!

https://youtu.be/hd8D-xaFO-k?si=XFy6h453PhNbKNV3
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Old 11-05-2023, 05:37 PM
 
Location: New York Area
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Dr Cohen being a Debbie downer for winter weather fans in the eastern 2/3rds
What is the consensus? Debbie downer, cheers, or somewhere in between?
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