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> 1970s: The decade for weather
TJ Schulte
post Dec 27 2008, 01:40 PM
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It would've been great to see the weather that happened in the 70s. Heck to this day our winters are still compared to those of the 70s. Here in the Midwest the 70s bought some of the snowiest winters ever, some of the worst snowstorms ever and the worst tornado outbreaks in history. That decade was the decade of weather.


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post Dec 27 2008, 09:04 PM
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QUOTE(TJ Schulte @ Dec 27 2008, 02:40 PM) *
It would've been great to see the weather that happened in the 70s. Heck to this day our winters are still compared to those of the 70s. Here in the Midwest the 70s bought some of the snowiest winters ever, some of the worst snowstorms ever and the worst tornado outbreaks in history. That decade was the decade of weather.


Don't worry, weather patterns always repeat themselves. wink.gif

We'll see 70s-like winters sometime in our lifetime (even if it 's 40 years from now). laugh.gif
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post Dec 28 2008, 11:55 PM
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QUOTE(wfreeck @ Dec 27 2008, 10:04 PM) *
Don't worry, weather patterns always repeat themselves. wink.gif

We'll see 70s-like winters sometime in our lifetime (even if it 's 40 years from now). laugh.gif


I care more about the 70s severe seasons than I do the snowstorms. Would I like those brutal winters with record setting snowfalls, of course but I'd rather have another Super Outbreak. I have yet to see a 'real' tornado outbreak in my area. I was in delivery for the last big outbreak in NW Ohio(there was a tornado warning while I was being born laugh.gif ). 16 years of waiting, come on tornado outbreak. I want to see an F3 or higher tornado since I've only seen F2's and lower.


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post Dec 29 2008, 07:06 AM
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QUOTE(TJ Schulte @ Dec 29 2008, 12:55 AM) *
I care more about the 70s severe seasons than I do the snowstorms. Would I like those brutal winters with record setting snowfalls, of course but I'd rather have another Super Outbreak. I have yet to see a 'real' tornado outbreak in my area. I was in delivery for the last big outbreak in NW Ohio(there was a tornado warning while I was being born laugh.gif ). 16 years of waiting, come on tornado outbreak. I want to see an F3 or higher tornado since I've only seen F2's and lower.


I kinda meant weather repeats itself period, I just specified the 70s winters.

What's funny is I did expeirence a "tornado outbreak", but I was too young to realize it (in 1997 or 1998 when Detroit had the big tornado).
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My dad said that the winter if 1977 was just brutal.


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