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snoluver
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13 May 2010
There is talk from Patrick Sumner, meteorologist in the making wink.gif of severe weather for especially the OV, for Monday the 16th. He thinks it might turn out to be quite favorable for some substantial severe weather on this day. Anything beyond Monday the 16th he doesn't know. Thoughts? huh.gif
3 Dec 2009
Temps are supposed to go back down during this time period, enough moisture to meet up with this and make a decent storm? Thoughts...maps... wink.gif
5 Oct 2009
I am a teacher and today brought in several persimmons; looked up an article about it online. Anyone know about this folklore? You open a persimmon, take out the seed (resembles a pumpkin seed), split it open. If there is a white "spoon" shape inside that means you will be doing a lot of shoveling, if there is a "knife" shape that means it will be sharply cold, and if there is a fork shape this just means a dusting now and then. We opened up 24 of these little devils and 20 of them had spoons, while 4 had knives! this is just all in fun, but I think it would be interesting to know what some of the rest of you are finding hidden inside your persimmons, if you have any, LOL! Any other legends, folklore, etc. would be fun too! Tell us about it! What I did was make it a math lesson by making a chart with tally marks...
18 Jun 2009
I have a basic Midland WR-100 that belonged to my grandfather, so I have no directions to it. I got online and found some, made sure it was programmed for my county only, which it was. But I cannot find a site that tells you how to choose the type of storms you want to be alerted for. All I want to be alerted for is Tornado Warnings. They way it is set now the ear-peircing alarm goes off for just a severe thunderstorm watch, along with everything else. Can't this be changed? Thanks, I really need to know before tomorrow (Friday) since I am in the target zone and violent weather could continue into the overnight hours, and I don't want to be woken up for EVERY single watch/warning that is issued...if I can't get this figured out I will have to unplug it...
1 Apr 2009
Since there is no thread for this time period for severe weather type storms, I'm starting one. Any thoughts on what might come out of this? And who will get the brunt of it? unsure.gif

Actually, we might want to consider expanding this time period for April 2-5. Looks the lower OV MIGHT get in on some of the action on Thursday, we're right on the line...
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snoluver
just peachy, and you? thanks for the 5 star :-)
18 Feb 2009 - 21:12
bubbles
Ps: I just got you up to a 5 star rating! :D
18 Feb 2009 - 16:51
bubbles
Hi how are you doing?
18 Feb 2009 - 16:50
crazyINweather
Happy Bday!
29 Dec 2008 - 19:39
bubbles
Happy Birthday! lol, how cute, you left yourself a comment :P I'm in Arizona. It is ALWAYS to warm for now here. I hope you have a great day!
29 Dec 2008 - 11:57

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