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

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When your forecasts are based on some bs like the moon, I don't even remotely consider using them.
I used the Almanac weather content in grade 7 and 8. I feel stupid about it! I used to always get excited about September and the new almanac books just for the weather. Seems dumb that I got excited just for that :facepalm:
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For the love of all that is holy, PLEASE tell me cooler/dryer/cold weather is coming soon.
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willdacanucker wrote: For the love of all that is holy, PLEASE tell me cooler/dryer/cold weather is coming soon.
Hot weather is good to cleanse your soul of impuritites.More hot weather please.
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One day forecasted to be normal. The rest above normal!

Although the long range is now looking more seasonal. I must add that the CFS model still puts more emphasis on warmth. So it wont exactly be a cool September this year.
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gizmo8 wrote:
willdacanucker wrote: For the love of all that is holy, PLEASE tell me cooler/dryer/cold weather is coming soon.

Be quiet you whining millennial.Hot weather is good to cleanse your soul of impuritites.More hot weather please.
Ah... a confused Gen-Xer! Hot weather isn't actually good for anything... we can sweat profusely without it, should we choose to... and we choose not to! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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Accuweather says temps will be back to hist. avg by mid-september. After sept. 17 looks like... so 10 more days of this shizz.
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BluePhirePB wrote: Come on rain ...
Surely you meant snow.
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aznnorth wrote: Hot summers --> COLD Winter. Expect icy cold winter... allegedly waaay colder and more snow than prev. years.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/a ... -1.3745675
No problem with that, especially since for 3 of the past 4 winters, "winter" basically never came! Nearly no snow and a only few cold-but-sunny days... i.e. the perfect winter day! :D

In a perfect world we'd have snow on the ground from the day after the Grey Cup 'til the end of March. Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Actually there is a problem: that's the Farmer's Almanac's prediction... discussed earlier in this thread for the raging B.S. it is! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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CenturyBreak wrote:
aznnorth wrote: Hot summers --> COLD Winter. Expect icy cold winter... allegedly waaay colder and more snow than prev. years.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/a ... -1.3745675
No problem with that, especially since for 3 of the past 4 winters, "winter" basically never came! Nearly no snow and a only few cold-but-sunny days... i.e. the perfect winter day! :D

In a perfect world we'd have snow on the ground from the day after the Grey Cup 'til the end of March. Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Actually there is a problem: that's the Farmer's Almanac's prediction... discussed earlier in this thread for the raging B.S. it is! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
What are you talking about? Last year was great, barely any winter, but the two before that were very cold. I'm really hoping for a repeat of last winter but I doubt we'll be that lucky.
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Evil Baby wrote:
CenturyBreak wrote:
aznnorth wrote: Hot summers --> COLD Winter. Expect icy cold winter... allegedly waaay colder and more snow than prev. years.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/a ... -1.3745675
No problem with that, especially since for 3 of the past 4 winters, "winter" basically never came! Nearly no snow and a only few cold-but-sunny days... i.e. the perfect winter day! :D

In a perfect world we'd have snow on the ground from the day after the Grey Cup 'til the end of March. Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Actually there is a problem: that's the Farmer's Almanac's prediction... discussed earlier in this thread for the raging B.S. it is! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
What are you talking about? Last year was great, barely any winter, but the two before that were very cold. I'm really hoping for a repeat of last winter but I doubt we'll be that lucky.
I hope this winter makes up for the last couple winters. More snow. Colder. Longer.
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sandikosh wrote:
Evil Baby wrote:
CenturyBreak wrote:

No problem with that, especially since for 3 of the past 4 winters, "winter" basically never came! Nearly no snow and a only few cold-but-sunny days... i.e. the perfect winter day! :D

In a perfect world we'd have snow on the ground from the day after the Grey Cup 'til the end of March. Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Actually there is a problem: that's the Farmer's Almanac's prediction... discussed earlier in this thread for the raging B.S. it is! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
What are you talking about? Last year was great, barely any winter, but the two before that were very cold. I'm really hoping for a repeat of last winter but I doubt we'll be that lucky.
I hope this winter makes up for the last couple winters. More snow. Colder. Longer.
And I hope this super hot weather keeps up :) To each their own
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Why is weather such a big deal.

Y'all need to relax.
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Evil Baby wrote:
CenturyBreak wrote:
aznnorth wrote: Hot summers --> COLD Winter. Expect icy cold winter... allegedly waaay colder and more snow than prev. years.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/a ... -1.3745675
No problem with that, especially since for 3 of the past 4 winters, "winter" basically never came! Nearly no snow and a only few cold-but-sunny days... i.e. the perfect winter day! :D

In a perfect world we'd have snow on the ground from the day after the Grey Cup 'til the end of March. Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Actually there is a problem: that's the Farmer's Almanac's prediction... discussed earlier in this thread for the raging B.S. it is! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
What are you talking about? Last year was great, barely any winter, but the two before that were very cold. I'm really hoping for a repeat of last winter but I doubt we'll be that lucky.
That's why last winter was the sh!ts: the only nice part was a few cold-but-sunny days... the rest of it was miserable!

Not as miserable as this endless sh!thole of a summer, mind you, but still miserable. Smiling Face With Horns

The two preceding winters weren't cold at all... the winter of '13-'14 had the ice storm, but that was gone in a few days, and had a dump of snow Super Bowl weekend, but other than that, not much snow and not much cold. One day in Jan '14 with a high of -17 and two days in Feb '14 with overnight lows below -20... but the days that followed had minus-single-digit highs and were sunny!

The winter of '14-'15 was similar, but with negligible snow. 14 days in Jan & Feb '15 with highs of 0C or higher. We had a week in Feb '15 with 3 overnight lows below -20... but that's it: one week that was cold out of 3 months. One week does not a cold winter make. ;)
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