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  1. It may have something to do with the type of tree. I notice it every year.
  2. My D.A.R.E. officer, Dave Skogen, @4:50 Labor day 2020 was a backdoor cold front with NNE winds. Firestorm 1991 was a Pacific cold front with WSW winds after the cold front passage.
  3. I remember that day vividly. It was warm that morning, then a cold front passed with wind gusts over 60 mph. By that afternoon fires were burning everywhere.
  4. We were discussing Joe Bastardi's late October SSW analogs, which were 1950, 1968, 1985, 1989, and 2010. No doubt the winter of 1976-77 is a great winter though, and you definitely experienced a top tier event for so early in the season.
  5. Yes, serious cold air plowed south in Nov 2010, Nov 1985, and Dec 1968. Dec 1989 was more Midwest and East coast based. I think Michigan and Ohio State played in a blizzard in 1950.
  6. Too much activity and fog season usually starts in late October.
  7. Joe Bastardi is a broken clock. Hulk Hogan has about as much credibility as a long range weather forecaster. Mr T, on the other hand, is a totally different story. It's a coin flip between him and the CFS. What am I saying? Mr T isn't any better.
  8. October has been pretty nice over here so far. Today is looking very November like with low clouds and drizzle, but most days have been sunny and dry.
  9. The first 15 days of October 2009 all featured below average high temperatures. 14 of the first 15 days in October 2019 featured below average high temperatures. The first half of October 2019 also featured a significant snowfall.
  10. It's impressive over there. Over here 2009 and 2019 were both colder.
  11. Saturday is looking gorgeous. I'll take sunny and 67 in the middle of October.
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