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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by schneitzeit on Today at 05:54:03 PM »
Chris Baily had an interesting tidbit on his blog today. .  .

Incredible. Kentucky has witnessed at least two snowstorms this April. This APRIL. And Brownsville, TX, New Orleans, and Savannah, GA have all seen more snow than most of Oklahoma. There must be a massive dome over the southern plains. Who knows, maybe that's where the funding for Trump's wall went  ::rofl::
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 04:44:16 PM »
Chris Baily had an interesting tidbit on his blog today. .  .

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This has been a very, very odd severe weather season across the country. Even as cold as it has been in Kentucky, we have still had 22 tornadoes already, which is way above normal for this time period. Thatís 22 more tornadoes than Oklahoma and Kansas COMBINED. Thatís right, the heart of tornado alley has not had a single tornado and the month of April is a week from wrapping up. Thatís insane.

Kentuckyís 22 tornadoes are second only to Alabamaís 30.
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by WXHD on Today at 04:34:12 PM »
My backyard has loved the rain. It's looking like a jungle. I Just mowed a week ago. [ Guests cannot view attachments ] [ Guests cannot view attachments ]

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The carnivorous plants on the right are coming out of dormancy nicely and those in the left are tropical. The tentacles are a sticky tape typ trap and the pretty little flower have their feeding mechanism below ground and eat bugs in the dirt. [ Guests cannot view attachments ]

Don't know why it repeated a photo.

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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 02:00:23 PM »
It looks like we're finally going to get a pattern change this weekend into next week with some of the first signs of a potential robust severe threat for the Plains into parts of the South early to mid next week.

Obviously things may change, but there's a general agreement for ridging over the east coast and troughing out west.

At least the potential could be there as the trough out west migrates into the Plains.  With the Southeast Ridge finally flexing some muscle, there will be a strong southerly flow ahead of the trough with plenty of moisture and more heat than we've seen at any point this spring so far. 
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by dwagner88 on Today at 12:34:16 PM »
The Great Smoky Mts. have spared this area from the heavy rain.  Only about .25 total so far, but much more has fallen just to our west in Knox county.
Thatís amazing. Up to 4.3Ē storm total here.
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by NashRugger on Today at 12:04:41 PM »
It looks like we're finally going to get a pattern change this weekend into next week with some of the first signs of a potential robust severe threat for the Plains into parts of the South early to mid next week.

Obviously things may change, but there's a general agreement for ridging over the east coast and troughing out west.
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by Beth on Today at 11:06:45 AM »
I love a good late evening cooling thunderstorm right before sunset.  The sweet smell of the rain, the rumbling and rolling thunder, and the flashes of lightning as twilight decends, is one of summer's best offerings and pleasures.

You described it perfectly!!!😘
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by Charles L. on Today at 09:53:34 AM »
Piss on spring.

FL/GA Lines next single?
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by Crockett on Today at 09:16:53 AM »
Piss on spring.
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General Weather / Re: Spring 2018
« Last post by JayCee on Today at 08:45:19 AM »
The Great Smoky Mts. have spared this area from the heavy rain.  Only about .25 total so far, but much more has fallen just to our west in Knox county. 
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