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  1. Flew home from Boise on Saturday evening and here are a couple of phone photos. I've been traveling for work a lot, but each time it has been cloudy so not many views. This time was different. Nice cloudy structure over NE Oregon. and a good view of Mt. Hood.
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  2. Yeah, felt like one too: (-) (-) http://i.imgur.com/sa0v1uO.jpg http://i.imgur.com/shiDIdQ.jpg
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  5. Was hoping some storms would make it a little farther north. Maybe later in the week. Still nice to see some cumulus build up, just another sign of spring here.
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  6. Heavy, heavy rain here right now. We went from no rain twenty minutes ago to 0.54" and rising. Lots of thunder and lightning. http://i.imgur.com/ivIqtyz.png Ah that explains it... Edit: My weather station just reported a rainfall rate of 7.26" per hour.
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  7. I've been getting calls all day about the movie rights for the whole thing. The working title is "Mighty Ducks 7: There's Just No Way!"
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  8. Numbers is numbers. I realize I'm fairly disliked here, so people will try to downplay any perceived "victory" on my part. That's ok though. I would be happy to participate in any other contest anytime.
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  9. Nothing close to 1926. Three separate events that produced widespread temps near or above all-time records for warmth that early in the season, and two that set widespread monthly temp records - the second one beating the first in some cases. I don't believe any monthly temp records (as in, warmest high temp on record for that month) were set in the recent record warm months. As you put it yourself recently, it was sustained, dull warmth that caused those record warm months. McMinnville put up perhaps the most impressive numbers in 1926: 95 on 4/14, 95 again on 4/26, and then 99 on 4/27.
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  10. All models pointing at a soaker for your region. Should be good for the wheat farmers as they prepare for their growing season.
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  11. We are now 1/3rd way through the month of April 2016. Grand Rapids has recorded at least a trace of snow for the first ten days of this month. With the monthly snow fall total now at 9.4” this will be the snowiest April since 1982 when 12.4” fell. We are also -9.4° and with a mean temp of 34.5° Both the temp and snowfall amounts are more in line with March then April. So yes let’s hope the next 2/3rd of April can be nice and warm enough to erase the memory of this cold and snowy start. I am more than ready for spring and summer!
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  12. Rancho Bernardo lucked out and got 1.31" out of this storm. That's exactly where the NWS San Diego office is too. Would not be surprised if the low causes a tornado outbreak once it passes the Rockies.
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  13. Still waiting for Spring. I think the pattern breaks finally starting next week. Hello 50s and 60s with sunshine all week, Thats gonna feel really nice and especially for my house projects. I need this soil to dry up.
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  14. Here in Grand Rapids we set both a new record snow fall and snow depth record for April 8th RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS, MI 0127 AM EDT SAT APR 09 2016 ...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM SNOWFALL SET AT GRAND RAPIDS MI... A RECORD SNOWFALL OF 5.4 INCHES WAS SET AT GRAND RAPIDS MI YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 4.3 SET IN 1938 And RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS, MI 813 AM EDT SAT APR 09 2016 ...RECORD DAILY SNOW DEPTH SET AT GRAND RAPIDS MI... A RECORD SNOW DEPTH OF 5 INCHES WAS SET AT GRAND RAPIDS MI TODAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD R
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  15. I don't understand why so many Californians (I'd say at least 50%) love cool, overcast weather. Many people are happy just to have temperatures in the low 60s, thick dark clouds, and drizzle or mist. I know some people get sick of hot, sunny weather all the time, but some people would prefer cloudy and 60 degrees over sunny or partly cloudy with mid 60s. Mid 60s is not considered hot to me, but with all the people I see walking around in shorts,T-shirts, and flip-flops on a day like yesterday while I need a sweater, long pants, and a jacket, I would think that some people consider sunny and 65
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