I'm Snowsux. I enjoy talking to cats, as well as philosophizing about how the Illuminati and the Freemasons have conspired with Obama, Elvis (he's still alive), and Henry Kissinger to control the weather with ionospheric heaters and alien technology from the Roswell incident.
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When I'm not obsessing over the weather, I like to dress up in a clown suit and howl at the moon in my backyard for fun. I also enjoy shouting 17th century French poetry at strangers on the street in my best death metal voice. You'll usually see me posting here during the winter months, but never in the spring or summer. That's because the anti-psychotic medication and the electroshock therapy they give me all winter long to keep me sane has an impact on my memory, and I forget a lot of things....Including my password to this site. By the following fall, I've usually remembered it, and the cycle repeats itself all over again.
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20 Feb 2016
This has been showing up on the GFS for a few days on Tropical Tidbits:
Does anyone else find it kind of interesting that this storm has seemed to show up for the past few years in the same general time frame? I think I remember at least a couple of these "first day or two of March" snowstorms being suppressed into NOVA and DC area with the snows. I'm only starting this thread because the GFS has shown some relative consistency, and nobody else has opened it.
24 Jan 2016
Surprisingly nobody's jumped on this one yet. This has showed up in the GFS for the past couple of days. Granted, it's 9-10 days out, but GFS shows it putting down well over a foot IMBY. Looks like a "bowling ball" system coming out of the central plains. If I screwed up somehow by posting this, my apologies.
5 Jan 2016
I've never started a storm thread before, but JDclapper just encouraged me to do it, so here goes....
18z GFS shows a pretty decent low swinging through the GOM, then riding up the Atlantic coast from north Florida all the way up the coast. It's 300 hours out, but I figured it's worth a thread since it appears to tap into GOM moisture, which could make for a pretty nice snow bomb if conditions are favorable for those of you who in the NE who really wanna get some snow. I dunno.....it looks pretty robust to my untrained eye:
10 Mar 2013
It's the longest blocking pattern I've ever witnessed since I've been interested in the weather, so I figured it deserves it's own thread. This pattern has been in place for over a month now, and shows no signs of weakening / departing anytime in the foreseeable future, which is rather amazing...At least to me.
Since most of the models don't seem to know what to do with it beyond a week (LR forecasts keep showing ridging & warmth, then dropping it....Repeat pattern for the last month), I figured it would be fun to try to speculate as to when the ridging will finally occur in the east. From the looks of it, even the hardiest of snow lovers on this forum seem to be irritated with the reality of damp and chilly conditions for the foreseeable future in the mid Atlantic.
My guess is that we'll see a pattern change with this thing around the equinox. I'm only basing that off of the NAO forecast though. Anything's possible I guess. Thoughts?
9 Mar 2008
Do any of you have an idea when this cold weather will end here in western PA? Our Marches used to be mild up until a few years ago. Now the month of March is just as bad (if not worse) than February. It's kinda tough to run a landscaping business when winter runs into April.
Any long range computer models? Any light at all at the end of the tunnel? Or should I expect this cold and snow for another month before it finally warms up?
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