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Official Weather Thread: Historical warming and melting taking place in the Arctic

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Ilovejaneandfinch wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 3:38 pm
Lol yes. When you look at the forecast we have now, we don't have the original seasons anymore! Everything has changed! Now they have to adapt newly developed tires for our new set of seasons :)
Seasons, instead of lasting 3-4 months are now shortened into 3-4 hours and cycle through randomly!
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therollin wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 5:57 pm
Seasons, instead of lasting 3-4 months are now shortened into 3-4 hours and cycle through randomly!
Whoever programmed the latest season set-up should have their weather control mechanics licence revoked!

But in the meantime, while we wait for the climate to fix itself, we will have to deal with this if things get worse!!
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Disclaimer This ^ is fake! but it could become real if the weather doesn't quit acting up!
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djemzine wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 5:47 pm
I just hope the idiots stay put at home tomorrow!
Not a chance, I passed 3 accidents today and the road was just damp. Pack some Tylenol for the drive, its a given the idiots will give you a headache.
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JACKIE26 wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 6:58 pm
Not a chance, I passed 3 accidents today and the road was just damp. Pack some Tylenol for the drive, its a given the idiots will give you a headache.
Hmmm let's see, time to do the math. 3 accidents, nearly perfect weather, 3 accidents to the power of bad winter weather tomorrow, plus dingbats going to work, carry the 7, = 552 accidents are coming tomorrow :lol:
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O no! I am considering moving to Lima instead of Cuzco but just remembered that if we get el nino, it will make it pour rain the whole time. Now I really hate the weather :evil: > :(

I am worried about moving to Cuzco cuz it might be so darn boring! Lima is funner. But if stupid el nino soaks it it will ruin everything for me! :mad:

From what I heard, el nino causes it to rain there. I hope it doesn't happen. I will be pissed!

EDIT: I found out that they actually hardly even get rain there so I will be fine. Also, el nino appears to be doing a backturn from its supposed path. I see cold water building up near Peru, not warm so that means dry weather to continue for me ;)
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Time sure flies OP, the last time I checked this thread your countdown was in the 60s now its already in the hours.
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willyxjai wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 8:20 pm
Time sure flies OP, the last time I checked this thread your countdown was in the 60s now its already in the hours.
Lol yes I switched just 2 days ago to counting down the hours because now that my flight date is within the GFS model forecast period of 384 hours, I am just counting away the hours now!

which reminds me, I better check what the GFS says for my flight date! Please no blizzard :cry: :cry:

EDIT: Sunshine!!!!!!!!
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Guys it is only 12 HOURS AWAY from when I will eat my breakfast. I was going to eat pancakes but now I'm considering tonight's leftovers.
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BinaryJay wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 8:33 pm
Guys it is only 12 HOURS AWAY from when I will eat my breakfast. I was going to eat pancakes but now I'm considering tonight's leftovers.
And me, hot chocolate and something else hot cuz this is what it's gonna look like in the morning:

[IMG]http://s3.amazonaws.com/rapgenius/13622 ... o1_500.gif[/IMG]

So hot breakfast!
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test9251 wrote:
Apr 14th, 2014 9:30 pm
we have heavy snowfall tomorrow?
Yep. But it will melt from the beginning. Not too much will stick. But it will likely look heavy as it falls.

Nice to see winter back again :)
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Polar vortex. LOL. :)
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I wanted to make observations on el nino. Before any other weather reporters say anything on this, I just wanna say that el nino appears to be malfunctioning! where there is supposed to warm water building up off the coast of Peru, I am seeing cold water rapidly building up. The largest pool of cold water in the world is located right around where el nino (always warm water) is supposed to be forming. All the warming is happening in the gulf of Alaska. I will keep a close eye on this, but I am losing confidence in el nino coming.

Other experts predicted it, now I am disapproving it based on analysis.
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