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  1. Thunderstorms are amazing to watch howard and Baltimore country got hammard but when it went into Anne Arundel it really fell apart just some left over rain thunder and lighting no wind but it was power pack in howard.pa had a big tornado there today as did New Jersey.So the event did varfie just depended where you were which is typical of convective systems. What was not typical was the April may type of setup severe weather event in late July.

  2. Dan posted and stated he talk with Roberts wife and they are going to continue Roberts legacy and keep the site running there going to ditch the covid and other news talk and stick with climate sounds like Dan has a great plan worked out Andie 

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  3. 1 hour ago, Phil said:

    Man, that would be an amazing severe pattern imby, as long as we don’t end up under the ridge.

    Though with E-Hem/Indian Ocean MJO/CCKWs next month, that fat, ugly 4-corners/plains ridge is only going to get fatter and uglier. I fear a top-5 hot August is in store for the lower-48. And September is looking progressively worse of late, as well. Even squinting, I don’t see any real hope on the horizon. :( 

    Could be a rough go with tropica systems with that pattern as well in september.

  4. On 7/17/2021 at 1:34 AM, Link said:

    Except unlike Robert Felix he no longer is afraid to mention there is a climate change going on. Just that it's not man made which goes against the narrative of 'Deniers' vs 'Believers'.  It throws that entire argument into the ole rubbish bin where it belongs.  \

    Robert helps (either inadvertently or on purpose) fuels the 'Deniers' vs 'Believers' false debate as he only focuses on cold spots usually some remote mountain nobody's heard of or gives a flying F about.  Grand Solar Minimum while also missing some of the necessary data gets into the bigger picture. 

    You had to read between the lines with Robert of exackly where he was coming from  and Andie would agree with me with that.Robert certainly beleaved in climate changes in a nature caused so I would say it was inadvertently and not on purpose.plus alot of the Articles Robert posted were from the fans that gave him the Articles to post.

  5. One of those rare july days where temperatures are in the upper 70s after the swamp of yesterday and the past few days today is a great break.While we have had some decent heat this summer it has not been near as exstream or bad as 2007,2010,2011,or 2012 which were beowed terrible hot misable summers.

  6. Baltimore Hartford and baltimore countys and Anne arundel have really gotten hammard this afternoon thunderstorms stalled out for a couple hours just dumping on the locations today.lighting has been intense as well,not much here at my location but not to far away where hell broke loose.

  7. 15 hours ago, Andie said:

    I enjoyed the site as I found a lot of global weather information I would never have read.  
    He also encouraged people to join in and many appreciated the community feeling.  If nothing else Robert brought people into the conversation and enjoyed the dialogue. 

    This he also Andie brought a very respectful civilised discussion with no attacks or name calling nor fights which is hard to find on most climate discussions these days.Robert was easy to talk with and deal with.

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  8. 6 hours ago, Phil said:

    That’s one heck of a CCKW. Transits the Atlantic then back into the W-IO during the 3rd week of July.

    Second IO pulse would follow in early August. If this is accurate, then it’s almost three weeks later/slower than I thought just a month ago. Ugly, ugly miss on my part. 😳 

     

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    We are not perfect weather forecasts are not anexack science misses can and will happen.the fact you privide updates and weather discussion is way more then you can say to other forums around.

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  9. On 6/7/2021 at 4:56 PM, OKwx2k4 said:

    Nothing much to add or take away there. 

    I think late June and July are going to be unusual. I'm usually pretty quiet in this season, but it's been cool and wet for so long here, it seems. Since the first rains in September to now, it hasn't been hot here. I think I finally got really warm the other day for the first time. Lakes and rivers are all near perfect for the first time in 3 decades.

    I'm excited to see what comes next. Taste autumn in June.....Taste winter in September?

    It's just a shame we don't have Robert Felix around anymore to read up on the colder trends that maybe setting up in the years ahead.A real loss.I still hope his site stays online for Roberts memories throught out the years,Sadly voices like Robert is a hard find these days.Have to hope that someone can contune the research study's on the ice age cycles that Robert made possable and see if weather patterns follow his ideas over the next few years.

  10. On 7/2/2021 at 2:27 PM, Link said:

    If you look at most of his post his 'headline' ones usually were just a small area being made large like a weird part of Australia having snow they usually get once every 5 years or so where almost nobody lives. YES THEY HAVE SKI RESORTS!! Though he nailed a lot of the inner science stuff down pretty well that regular science refuses to touch with a 10-foot pole. 

    Alot of the fought for that is on the fan base then it was Robert really.many sent him those Articles for him to posts.

  11. Did not see that you posted this last night.I posted it on the off topic section a few hours ago as well.really a sad blow he brought another side to the debate of conversation that was just as important.He will be missed in the community and hope his spirts and research will continue to live on.may he rest in peace.

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