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  1. 2 minutes ago, Jginmartini said:

    Do they actually help with voices?  Tinnitus here :( and over a third of my hearing gone with the wind 

     

    Do you think in real life Link would lose half his hearing after blowing up some of the monster camps with his remote bombs especially the ones with TNT barrels? Those are always fun and are my monster alarm clock when it's time to wake em up! https://zelda-archive.fandom.com/wiki/Remote_Bomb#:~:text=The Remote Bomb in Breath of the Wild,case they will remain (mostly) inert once set.

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  2. 6 minutes ago, TT-SEA said:

    That is at 13 days out... Jim is talking about it crashing in 5 days.     I just don't think next week is going to be too cold.

    Fore reference... here is the 850mb from the 18Z GEFS for the same time at the maps Phil posted.    Its a good pattern because its wet without being real cold.    These cold air masses have been too dry.  

    gfs-ensemble-all-avg-namer-t850_anom_stream-9503200.png

    That's what I meant. Jim see's all this cold and it happens a lot then he sets everyone *including himself* up for major disappointment when in reality the pattern just wasn't really there.  He'll then not show for a long time when the pattern isn't 'promising' as in 🤮 for too long.

     

    Sometimes he scores major for you guys and it's always fun to see:  but it's like throwing darts and Oregon is usually ignored in his forecast so if he does score decent it means squat down here.  Reading between the lines is what I've learned since Oregon get's the shaft. If it weren't for the Eugene poster I'd be left in the dark since he helps balance the rest.  I'm glad he's finally got an Accurite station. 

    It'll be fun this summer when we're hitting around 90F and you guys claim it's cloudy and cool. He'll be able to back statements up about our area.

  3. You know the forums are in for a hot time when one poster thinks it will be very cold and the other thinks it will be very warm then they both argue and throw some VERY colorful words at each other.  The real truth is often right in the middle but never mind the skulls piling at the sides of the screens.  Nothing to see here folks! The Naked Gun - "Nothing to see here!" (1080p) - YouTube

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  4. 31 minutes ago, snow_wizard said:

    The GFS operational, the ensemble, and GEM all show 850s dropping to normal or below around the 20th.  Might be just a brief break in the overall warm day pattern, but it would be enough to make the max temps fall back to normal for two or three days at least.

    My God. Does this mean FINALLY the 'warm' weather curse on my birthday will  be broken at last? Curse hath lifted? 🤔

  5. 25 minutes ago, snow_wizard said:

    You might calm down tonight, but tomorrow night is going to be really breezy along the Sound.  In fact Seattle could see some significant north winds tomorrow.  I will be interested to see if this area ends up wind sheltered tomorrow night or not.  The type of northerly gradient we are looking at is pretty uncommon, because it usually gets a more easterly component in the warm up phase after a cold shot.

    Wouldn't vertical winds be more uncommon? :)

  6. 28 minutes ago, TigerWoodsLibido said:

    Excellent news since we're already only 11" below normal for the water year here.

    Ugh..Springfield will be destroyed in the next few years if this keeps up.

    Like I said we're the new Redding. And unlike Redding we are not equipped for it.  I didn't know the defect was up to 11'' though. I thought it was more like 5-7.  It seems people are purposely out to be an a** to me. Not sure what I did. Guess truth hurts.

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  7. 1 hour ago, Jesse said:

    Sounds like the work of Bill Gates, HAARP, chemtrails, vaccines, Soros, swiffer sweepers, the new world order of child molesting lizard people and the NWS who is ALWAYS lieing about whether or not it's a La nino or an el Niña.

    Too bad you couldn’t hire pac man to eat up the clouds for you :(


     

    I think he did eat em up because if you read the rest of my sentence it got sunny for a good while this morning and temps dropped again at the start of it before rising. 

    I bottomed out at 32F ironically right on the dot. Very rare that happens. Usually a little above/below.

    It didn't get past 45F so definitely a sub 50F high is in store unl

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