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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, May 10, 2010.
Man...2020 has been a real kick in the nuts. Check out this satellite picture showing the crop aftermath of the derecho.
Canadian noodles sure are photogenic
Minnesota is lighting up right now, by Minnesota standards at least.
That straight North to South track is uncommon.
Had a hail storm wake me up at 215 this morning and never went back to sleep. :dead:
84 degrees here in stl in the middle of August. Comfortable as hell too.
Busch Stadium in the middle of the summer is a damn sauna
Can anyone give me good twitter follows On the wildfires?
41 and snow Tuesday
In the spirit of runaway barges.
I'll see your 97 and 41 and raise you to 105 Sunday, 38 Tuesday. Golf tournament sunday in that shit, back to work Tuesday in worse shit.
I offer a hearty congratulations to lomcevak
It's both incredibly cool and such bullshit
Just curious why?
Oh i meant bullshit in the sense that I'm not ready for cold and snow. I want a fall. Too often the bottom just falls out and we go from summer to winter
At least the second half of September should be a bit more favorable.
Idk if it's just 2020 wearing on me, but this is the first year in a while where I've felt down about summer ending. I suspect it's worrying about cold weather + covid keeping us indoors. I've been hiking a lot this year too, not ready for that to end.
whew that was close
lomcevak any thoughts on this?
Minneapolis is making a run at the largest single day October snowstorm on record right now. We had 8.2 inches on Halloween in 1991 (plus an additional 18+ inches on November 1, so that was still the bigger event). Will see what MSP ends up reporting, but there are a lot of 5-6 inch reports right now in the Twin Cities, and we have had periods of 2"+ of snow in an hour (on radar, we have pockets of 50-60 dBZ showing up on radar that is entirely snow). Still have a couple hours to go to add to the total.
Fucking Iowa. SMH
anybody have anything like this?
I had to chisel my way thru the ice to get into my car this morning.
Fuck you winter.
Seems like that part of Illinois has one of these type of days every year between November - January.
I’m literally right in that path and it’s windy as a motherfucker here. Trying to take off by noon to avoid the storm
Didn't expect to see this in mid-November:
I could really go for a good night time lightning storm. Hold the tornadoes though
Had that last night, tornado warnings were south of here about 90 miles.
Looks like they are trying to confirm a tornado in Arlington (suburb of Dallas) last night.
This new radar page will have some level ii data (higher res). Finally moving into the 21st century. It does seem a bit clunky still (to me), but perhaps it'll get better