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  1. Ha, it's my turn to start the monthly discussion! May there be more thunderstorms, heat waves, marine pushes, and stoicism than we've ever seen before!
  2. It will be October in a few hours! September ended cooler than normal in Klamath Falls. Average high was -4 degrees departure and the mean was 55.5 this month (-2.0 departure). 1.87" precipitation at KLMT, more than 3 times normal September rainfall. And let's look at a comparison of the coldest high temperature last so many Septembers... 09/29/2019 - 47* 09/30/2018 - 64 09/21/2017 - 54 09/22/2016 - 58 09/16/2015 - 53 09/25/2014 - 60 09/25/2013 - 47* 09/23/2012 - 73 09/25/2011 - 63 09/09/2010 - 60 09/29/2009 - 52 I had my coolest in 6 years it looks like. But Sep 2019 may have been m
  3. October is always a very fun month weather wise. We finally start getting some cool crisp fall air and less humidity. October is also important for setting up the winter pattern. It seems to be the case that you can learn a great deal of what to expect during the upcoming winter from looking at October. Halloween is also exciting, atleast for me! What can we expect from one on my favorite months of the year? Personally I wouldn't mind seeing some accumulating snow like back in 2009. Let's find out if mother nature has tricks or treats in store! Discuss!!
  4. June 2016... right now looking like a warm month based on models but can change later. Personally I am more focused on storm chances this summer. Is this looking like a stormy summer for east sides or mostly dry?
  5. Hi Everyone. Here is a place where we can discuss the latest weather blogs from our favourite Pacific Northwest meteorologists. We can also create a big aggregate list of our favourite blog sources, so chime in if you find a worthy, undiscovered weather blogger. Cliff Mass' Latest post showed a beautiful NAEFS Diagram for a prediction of the Super Bowl. Great informative post about ensemble forecasting highlighting just how far we can accurately predict weather. EDIT: The Master Blog List: Brett Anderson: Canadian Accuweather Blog Capital Weather Gang: Washington D.C. Cliff Mass: Sea
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