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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by Nashville_Wx on Today at 08:36:10 PM »
I was robbed of my Spring. I can even leave the country to get away from the tilt of the earth ending the greatest season on earth.
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by Dyersburg Weather on Today at 08:45:52 AM »
It looks like we are going to have to deal with a cut off low all next week. Chance of rain and storms every day.
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 03:09:46 PM »
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The southern suburbs of the Windy City may be getting a bit windier. 
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by BRUCE on Yesterday at 10:45:49 AM »
Our climate has become a 9-month monsoon that starts in October and ends in late June or sometime in July depending on the year followed by Dantes Rings of H to the E to the double hockey sticks from Late July to at least early October sometimes a little later. 

With the growing La-Nina I pretty much expect this summer to be manageable through June maybe early July and then the SE Ridge takes over and doesn't let go from mid-July through October.   

Think 2005, 2010, 2018, 2019, with a splash of 2007.
for what I been reading deep into, this winter se ridge going flex little more this winter... than previous winters... interesting see how that plays out.
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by StormNine on Yesterday at 09:52:16 AM »
I laugh often in my line of work because I hear the phrase " The rainy season will be starting soon." When the h to the e to the double hockey sticks has it ended in the last 3 years?

Our climate has become a 9-month monsoon that starts in October and ends in late June or sometime in July depending on the year followed by Dantes Rings of H to the E to the double hockey sticks from Late July to at least early October sometimes a little later. 

With the growing La-Nina I pretty much expect this summer to be manageable through June maybe early July and then the SE Ridge takes over and doesn't let go from mid-July through October.   

Think 2005, 2010, 2018, 2019, with a splash of 2007.   
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by TNHunter on Yesterday at 07:52:26 AM »
I laugh often in my line of work because I hear the phrase " The rainy season will be starting soon." When the **** has it ended in the last 3 years?

Right!  The Mississippi River has stayed close or at flood stage for not telling how many months out of the past 2 years. 
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by mamMATTus on Yesterday at 07:46:48 AM »
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I laugh often in my line of work because I hear the phrase " The rainy season will be starting soon." When the **** has it ended in the last 3 years?
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by Dyersburg Weather on Yesterday at 07:30:24 AM »
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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by NismoWx on Yesterday at 07:29:22 AM »
And with the snap of a finger...50,000 people in Memphis out of power to start  the holiday weekend.
I'm in your neck of the woods this weekend. Woke up to thunder in Horn Lake at 6. Scared the dog, and me, admittedly.

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General Weather / Re: May 2020
« Last post by bugalou on May 22, 2020, 08:56:19 PM »
Quietly watching to the west to see what if anything can form MCS wise.  We are in a good spot for a long track derecho if things develop in the right way. Combined with bow earlier we could have a power free weekend for some in Memphis.

MEG is a little dismissive, but did mention the threat in the afternoon AFD.  There are also cells popping in west-central AR already so it's worth watching. Personally I get far more excited for derecho development than Tornados.

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