what's your local weather?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by rhubarbodendron, Nov 26, 2013.

  1. fireproof78

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    Blue skies! Happy St. Patrick's Day!
     
  2. PlainSimpleJoel

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    Gonna be 37C and very windy. And grey skies also.
     
  3. Velocity

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    Foggy and damp
     
  4. publiusr

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  5. fireproof78

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    Gray but warmer at 37 F.
     
  6. scotpens

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    Today in L.A., it's been bright and sunny one minute and pissing down rain the next. It's as if the weather can't make up its mind.
     
  7. Q2UnME

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    Here in the Upstate region of South Carolina it's rainy, cold and gloomy. The type of day that makes all those aches and pains of age really prominent.
     
  8. Velocity

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    57F, slightly sprinkling
     
  9. JD

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    It rained most of the morning, but it eventually stopped and now it's been sunny and warm.
     
  10. fireproof78

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    Finally spring! Freezing at night (26F) but 50F during the day.
     
  11. Random_Spock

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    It's been pretty nice lately... in the 50s as of late. So not that chilly.
     
  12. Velocity

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    80s the next few days. Yay! Capris and sandals weather!
     
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  14. auntiehill

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    Warm & humid, 83 F.
     
  15. Gary Mitchell

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    Hot and humid, almost like summer.
     
  16. JD

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    It rained a tiny, tiny bit again this when we got up this morning, but by the time I went out for my bike ride, everything was bone dry. The amount of rain we've been getting this year has been insane for us, I never thought I would see the day where I'd actually be tire of rain. Every time things are finally drying out completely it rains again, there's a path across from the riding club that has two big dips that fill with water, and there's been water in there for weeks now. There's also a wash I go past, that has been flowing like crazy the last few day, I have never seen it so full.
     
  17. publiusr

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    Violent weather last night:

    https://www.space.com/mississippi-tornado-satellite-imagery-town-devastation
    https://stormtrack.org/community/threads/rolling-fork-tornado.32363/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_outbreak_of_March_24,_2023
    https://twitter.com/chemical_coach/status/1639476938015223809?cxt=HHwWgsC9vdfly8AtAAAA

    The video of Adam Lucio seems to show a car's headlights orbiting inside the funnel itself---l hope it was a parked car with the alarm set off and no one in it.

    https://www.facebook.com/TornadoChasing/
    https://www.americanwx.com/bb/topic/56485-tn-valley-severe-weather/page/13/#comment-6886287


    Even Los Angeles hit by tornado earlier in the week:
    https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/lox/scripts/thumbmaker.php?apps=yes&name=WebNews*Fact Sheet for Tornadoes March 2023.jpg
    https://weather.com/news/news/2023-03-22-los-angeles-tornado-damage-montebello


    A quote on the California Event from STORMTRACK:

    "This was a truly unusual event and nearly impossible to forecast. There was little kinematics, 30 kts (or less) of bulk shear, veered flow, and CAPE around 100. But in this area, sometimes that's all you need with terrain and / or boundaries. Even more interesting was the "mini" supercell itself. The storm was basically 12,000 feet high (I usually skydive higher than that)! Low topped storms are typically 30,000 feet or so high. All the dynamics in this setup, albeit subtle, were confined to the lowest KM or so of atmosphere."

    Asteroid to pass between Earth and Moon
    https://weather.com/science/space/v...-pass-between-the-moon-and-earth-this-weekend
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2023
  18. JD

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    Sunny and kinda warm.
     
  19. Gaseous Anomaly

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    75F and sunny, it was and is a beautiful outside.
     
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