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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by Curt on Today at 02:21:20 PM »
I've noticed that the GFS is trending very cold in Canada in the long range, much like Curt's winter outlook posted in the other thread.  Cold in Canada is good for us--gives us a good source region to draw from, unlike previous years when all the cold air was on the other side of the globe.


And get a load of that beast of a cold front in a week on both gfs and euro.
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 02:20:07 PM »
GFS showing quite the arctic dump in the long range for this time of year.  ::cold::

I've noticed that the GFS is trending very cold in Canada in the long range, much like Curt's winter outlook posted in the other thread.  Cold in Canada is good for us--gives us a good source region to draw from, unlike previous years when all the cold air was on the other side of the globe. 
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by snowdog on Today at 01:44:25 PM »
GFS showing quite the arctic dump in the long range for this time of year.  ::cold::
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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2017-18
« Last post by Drifter49 on Today at 12:01:59 PM »
ask California about fires.... bad

Yeah I know about the fires. Been out there while it's been going on. All I'm saying not all El Niño's, La Ninas are the same.


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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2017-18
« Last post by BRUCE on Today at 11:59:16 AM »
NOAA just forecasts typical La Nina and El Ninos as if they are all the same. They don't seem to account for strength, location, etc


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ask California about fires.... bad
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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2017-18
« Last post by Drifter49 on Today at 10:09:36 AM »
NOAA seems to have three winter weather outlooks.  One for El Nino, one for La Nina, and one that just paints Equal Chances/Above normal temperatures everywhere when neither is going on.  This year is just a copy/paste of their La Nina outlook--same as every other La Nina year.   :-\

NOAA just forecasts typical La Nina and El Ninos as if they are all the same. They don't seem to account for strength, location, etc


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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2017-18
« Last post by Cody on Today at 09:55:45 AM »
NOAA seems to have three winter weather outlooks.  One for El Nino, one for La Nina, and one that just paints Equal Chances/Above normal temperatures everywhere when neither is going on.  This year is just a copy/paste of their La Nina outlook--same as every other La Nina year.   :-\

Yea when they start talking global warming, they have to make it look like the earth is going to catch on fire.


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Winter Weather / Re: Winter 2017-18
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 07:41:40 AM »
NOAA seems to have three winter weather outlooks.  One for El Nino, one for La Nina, and one that just paints Equal Chances/Above normal temperatures everywhere when neither is going on.  This year is just a copy/paste of their La Nina outlook--same as every other La Nina year.   :-\
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 07:33:52 AM »
Pretty decent rain event Sunday and Monday statewide. Looks like 2-4”. Then we get colder. Some of our outlying areas may sneak below freezing. Doesn’t look like the metro areas will though.

Good to see.  So far, we've had just enough rain up here to keep wildfires at a minimum, but nothing soaking so far this Autumn.  A good rain like that at this point in the wildfire season will keep it squelched for it's duration. 
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General Weather / Re: Fall 2017
« Last post by dwagner88 on Today at 07:10:29 AM »
Pretty decent rain event Sunday and Monday statewide. Looks like 2-4”. Then we get colder. Some of our outlying areas may sneak below freezing. Doesn’t look like the metro areas will though.
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