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Front Ranger

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  1. The context of your comment about "what climate change is doing to the Midwest" were the posts about Minnesota's very warm and very little amount of snow this winter. It was absolutely relevant to that discussion to point out that what MN has seen this winter (mega Nino) has been a far cry from other winters recently.
  2. It was a mega Nino. Minnesota's climate resembled historical Minnesota as recently as last winter. And was colder than normal the winter before that.
  3. Just goes to show you can't count on sun there this time of year.
  4. https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/weather/story/2023-06-08/san-diego-hasnt-had-a-completely-sunny-day-since-feb-15-and-wont-anytime-soon
  5. Could be. I've definitely noticed how the coast range to the west elevates south of Roseburg, although not sure how much greater that blockage is in Myrtle Creek. And it's Rogue.
  6. I believe where my parents live is about 150' higher than Roseburg. So marginally better probably.
  7. Even my parents in Myrtle Creek did really well in Feb 2019. I think they got 10" or so.
  8. Jim special! Tim would like to remind you whatever falls will quickly disappear.
  9. Sounds like you've done well, Andrew. Where are you at for the month?
  10. Looks pretty similar to what March 1951 delivered around the same time. And not much different than March 2019 and March 2023 (both bottomed at 28 at SEA, and PDX saw 24 and 30).
  11. Apple just decided to ditch the EV they'd been working on for 10 years. Kinda funny.
  12. Looks like the cold air has reached the southern half of Vancouver Island.
  13. Eh, up until now CA has done worse than normal for a major Nino and OR has done better than normal. In a couple weeks, this might actually end up as a pretty decent season overall for the west coast mountains. Definitely could be a lot worse.
  14. In a week it will be at levels no one could have dreamed of for March in a Nino.
  15. 18z shows 113" in about 36 hours for the Sierras just south of Tahoe, starting Friday. That's the most yet. Should be a historic storm there.
  16. Yeah. Of course, we don't know how the details will play out this time, but I'm curious how the upper levels compare.
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