Spring/Summer Weather Thread

timber

Twelve Pointer
We needed some rain. A lot of the ground was getting so hard some of the farmers here had held off digging peanuts because the digger didn’t want go in ground like it should
 

downeastnc

Old Mossy Horns
Models showing true fall like weather by the end of Oct....but it has this for rifle opener in the east....big front crossing the state but wont clear most of us till Sat night

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Then Sunday this is the high...

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downeastnc

Old Mossy Horns
gonna cause the best rut activity sightings in recent memory when it "breaks" from this warm spell. Mark it down. :)

Well the long range ens has a member that already has the first fantasy in early Nov......this is probably way way off but the longish range pattern looks cooler to cold at least early, with a strengthening La Nina winter SHOULD ( we all know how this goes ) be warmer and dryer than average....

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shaggy

Old Mossy Horns
I have to ask…

What happened to the 🚨 Going to be a another bad Hurricane Season 🚨 ?

It has been an active hurricane season. Luckily the MDR development had a clear path out to sea so no major east coast threats. We've had a high number of storms and US impacts this year especially for the NE.
 

bwfarms

Old Mossy Horns
It has been an active hurricane season. Luckily the MDR development had a clear path out to sea so no major east coast threats. We've had a high number of storms and US impacts this year especially for the NE.

Active is one, they predicted many apocalyptic storms.
 

bwfarms

Old Mossy Horns
Perspective. For those in the NYC area that saw some of their worst flooding ever and parts of Louisiana that were hit by Ida this was their worst seasons in ages.

For once quit being a egocentric spin jockey.

Perspective has nothing to do with it, the media sensationalizes hurricanes as ‘global warming’. The point is the storms were not worse nor were the numbers of storms that bad. As the years go by populated areas are more affected because of their own increase in poorly planned infrastructure. Dirt absorbs moisture, concrete and buildings do not.

Perspective of apocalyptic storms would be more Katrina’s, more Harvey’s, more Fran’s all in one season.
 

shaggy

Old Mossy Horns
For once quit being a egocentric spin jockey.

Perspective has nothing to do with it, the media sensationalizes hurricanes as ‘global warming’. The point is the storms were not worse nor were the numbers of storms that bad. As the years go by populated areas are more affected because of their own increase in poorly planned infrastructure. Dirt absorbs moisture, concrete and buildings do not.

Perspective of apocalyptic storms would be more Katrina’s, more Harvey’s, more Fran’s all in one season.

We are way above normal for the season with 20 named storms already. We've had 7 hurricanes and 4 majors. Luckily most of the storms that reached that intensity did not hit the USA. This has been a very active year compared to normal.

As far as the global warming aspect goes. We'll we had the strongest late season storm in the Central Atlantic since records started. Why do you think that is?
 

downeastnc

Old Mossy Horns
What time is OOZ? I need for it to clear out at 4 o’clock in Alamance county LOL

Zulu is 6 hrs ahead under daylight saving time I think ( maybe 5 ) so 00Z is 18/1900 ( 6/7 pm) aka too late lol......

Latest shows a solid 20 degree temp drop with the front...little sooner too more like 4/5 pm for MBY anyways....

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bwfarms

Old Mossy Horns
We'll we had the strongest late season storm in the Central Atlantic since records started. Why do you think that is?

Because in 2002 they lowered the threshold for named storms therefore allowing subtropical systems to be named.

Aside from more funding and better studying of Tropical Systems, Two Decades of new statistics compared to the entire 20th Century and before 🤷🏼‍♂️ Small small small sample.
 
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