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NorEaster07
post Nov 16 2017, 10:40 PM
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Lol. If these words were eliminated from my news reel Id have too many political tweets showing up. Lol tongue.gif

https://twitter.com/sethbinau/status/931191295804047360

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post Nov 16 2017, 11:29 PM
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QUOTE(NorEaster07 @ Nov 16 2017, 09:40 PM) *
Lol. If these words were eliminated from my news reel Id have too many political tweets showing up. Lol tongue.gif

https://twitter.com/sethbinau/status/931191295804047360

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Why are so many professional guys bothered by cold tweets & not by blowtorch tweets? I've never understood that. Post a cold or blocking map & they'll slap your hand....post a fantasy heat ridge & they'll like it. #twitterpoliceareannoying smile.gif

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post Nov 16 2017, 11:34 PM
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QUOTE(grace @ Nov 17 2017, 12:29 AM) *
Why are so many professional guys bothered by cold tweets & not by blowtorch tweets? I've never understood that. Post a cold or blocking map & they'll slap your hand....post a fantasy heat ridge & they'll like it. #twitterpoliceareannoying smile.gif


Apparently I don't follow these cold mongerer's.. but I share your thoughts.

Honest question, is it the opposite in the summer? #wxtwitter sees nothing but monster heat waves nationwide, pro's get annoyed.. but then like to "cold" pattern tweets?

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Well... lock it in... start stocking up on essentials because most of us will freeze to death on 12/22

Insane 1056mb high. No possible way this forecast could go wrong.




850mb temps running up to 21C (35F) colder than average


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post Yesterday, 05:51 AM
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QUOTE(grace @ Nov 17 2017, 12:29 AM) *
Why are so many professional guys bothered by cold tweets & not by blowtorch tweets? I've never understood that. Post a cold or blocking map & they'll slap your hand....post a fantasy heat ridge & they'll like it. #twitterpoliceareannoying smile.gif


lol. Same with rain. How come its ok to post 10" rainfall maps but posting a 10" snowfall map is bad..

Also, Same can be said for the "bust" word. Why when someone doesn't get the 6" of snow they were forecasted to get its a bust, but when they get less rain than forecasted being a bust never comes up.
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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Nov 17 2017, 03:41 AM) *
Well... lock it in... start stocking up on essentials because most of us will freeze to death on 12/22

Insane 1056mb high. No possible way this forecast could go wrong.




850mb temps running up to 21C (35F) colder than average


Pretty sure we had a similar magnitude high pressure system last november role into a similar region. Think it ended up around 1054mb. rolleyes.gif rolleyes.gif

How quickly we forget such things anymore, I know your post was not meant to be actuality but these huge high pressure systems have been quite common over the past couple of years in a very similar position. The pattern has been slightly different during those times but overall gave a similar result. Curious what the upper levels, strat, looked like with a forecast like that.


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QUOTE(NorEaster07 @ Nov 17 2017, 07:51 AM) *
lol. Same with rain. How come its ok to post 10" rainfall maps but posting a 10" snowfall map is bad..

Also, Same can be said for the "bust" word. Why when someone doesn't get the 6" of snow they were forecasted to get its a bust, but when they get less rain than forecasted being a bust never comes up.


Absolutely despise twitter and everything that meteorologists think would be a credible thing to put on a quick post app. Since when did this become the go to place to grab information. They are the ones that start the frenzy over 90% of those words by coining it and they expect the media and many other outlets to not use the terms when they share it with everybody..... right.

Sorry you forgot to add atmospheric river to that. Apparently that is also new in todays news world! dry.gif


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post Yesterday, 08:31 AM
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QUOTE(so_whats_happening @ Nov 17 2017, 06:58 AM) *
Absolutely despise twitter and everything that meteorologists think would be a credible thing to put on a quick post app. Since when did this become the go to place to grab information. They are the ones that start the frenzy over 90% of those words by coining it and they expect the media and many other outlets to not use the terms when they share it with everybody..... right.

Sorry you forgot to add atmospheric river to that. Apparently that is also new in todays news world! dry.gif


What's wrong with twitter? If used correctly, it's a quick, great way of disseminating information. Obviously there are people who are bad at explaining in few words, or just plain hype. But the 'in order, systematic timeline' style really suits sharing weather graphics, forecasts, and pictures.
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post Yesterday, 08:37 AM
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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Nov 17 2017, 12:41 AM) *
Well... lock it in... start stocking up on essentials because most of us will freeze to death on 12/22

Insane 1056mb high. No possible way this forecast could go wrong.




850mb temps running up to 21C (35F) colder than average



I think the models are onto something. laugh.gif

You need to tweet that image & get the word out
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post Yesterday, 09:20 AM
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QUOTE(grace @ Nov 17 2017, 09:37 AM) *
I think the models are onto something. laugh.gif

You need to tweet that image & get the word out


Lol. "Hour 888" isnt on that mute list. Tweet away. Lol tongue.gif
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QUOTE(Boomer @ Nov 17 2017, 10:31 AM) *
What's wrong with twitter? If used correctly, it's a quick, great way of disseminating information. Obviously there are people who are bad at explaining in few words, or just plain hype. But the 'in order, systematic timeline' style really suits sharing weather graphics, forecasts, and pictures.


Its like you want to contradict yourself in the same paragraph lol. So if we take it by that logic 50% show actual potential and the other 50% are well just plain cra p. I dont see the point in disseminating data that is at times 1-2 weeks in advance as being very helpful and throwing all the hashtags you can to get your point across. How is that helping people or in anyway get your point across without one people jumping down your throat or being completely wrong in your ideas. It really is just all clickbait and who can get the info whether correct or not out there the quickest in order to get the most views.

Just because you throw out a picture like judah cohen does or DT or even henry does not mean that it is anywhere resourceful. Thats what blogs are for lol not too tweet something and leave it open ended.

Twitter is honestly only good in realtime, severe weather events coverage of hurricanes rain/snow storms, it doesnt even have to be an event could just as easily be a teaching tweet of a cloud structure or if they drew on some of the maps like crankywxguy does then it can become useful. Not for the idea of showing ideas a week out and calling it as is since your limited in wording.

There are real benefits to it of course, we had discussed this in course work botht eh positive and negtaives, but the negatives far outway the benefits that come from it just because you get information quick doesnt always mean it is correct and solid information.

Also Im done talking about twitter and its positives and negatives if you care to talk anymore about it create a thread or take it to PM.

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QUOTE(so_whats_happening @ Nov 17 2017, 11:25 AM) *
Its like you want to contradict yourself in the same paragraph lol. So if we take it by that logic 50% show actual potential and the other 50% are well just plain cra p. I dont see the point in disseminating data that is at times 1-2 weeks in advance as being very helpful and throwing all the hashtags you can to get your point across. How is that helping people or in anyway get your point across without one people jumping down your throat or being completely wrong in your ideas. It really is just all clickbait and who can get the info whether correct or not out there the quickest in order to get the most views.

Just because you throw out a picture like judah cohen does or DT or even henry does not mean that it is anywhere resourceful. Thats what blogs are for lol not too tweet something and leave it open ended.

Twitter is honestly only good in realtime, severe weather events coverage of hurricanes rain/snow storms, it doesnt even have to be an event could just as easily be a teaching tweet of a cloud structure or if they drew on some of the maps like crankywxguy does then it can become useful. Not for the idea of showing ideas a week out and calling it as is since your limited in wording.

There are real benefits to it of course, we had discussed this in course work botht eh positive and negtaives, but the negatives far outway the benefits that come from it just because you get information quick doesnt always mean it is correct and solid information.

Also Im done talking about twitter and its positives and negatives if you care to talk anymore about it create a thread or take it to PM.



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QUOTE(Boomer @ Nov 17 2017, 09:31 AM) *
What's wrong with twitter? If used correctly, it's a quick, great way of disseminating information. Obviously there are people who are bad at explaining in few words, or just plain hype. But the 'in order, systematic timeline' style really suits sharing weather graphics, forecasts, and pictures.

Twitter is good for sharing pictures and ideas that don't require explanation, weather forecasts rarely fall into that category. In other words, thoughtful forecasts don't have character limits.

I second so whats happening's criticisms.


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Similar ideas from GEFS extended BSR and 31-35d RRWT H5 outlooks for the 12/16-20 period.


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QUOTE(grace @ Nov 17 2017, 08:37 AM) *
I think the models are onto something. laugh.gif

You need to tweet that image & get the word out

Thankfuly with the new 240 character Tweet update, I can get the word out much more efficiently with my plethora of hashtags laugh.gif Watch out Wxtwitter laugh.gif


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In other 'news'... I pulled up Chrome on my phone and saw the suggested article was about how the polar vortex is expected to visit us this year. Guess whose forecast it showed?



I'm starting to think he's worse than JB


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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Nov 18 2017, 05:35 AM) *
In other 'news'... I pulled up Chrome on my phone and saw the suggested article was about how the polar vortex is expected to visit us this year. Guess whose forecast it showed?



I'm starting to think he's worse than JB


Hahaha that scale though


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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Nov 18 2017, 02:35 AM) *
In other 'news'... I pulled up Chrome on my phone and saw the suggested article was about how the polar vortex is expected to visit us this year. Guess whose forecast it showed?



I'm starting to think he's worse than JB


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