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  1. Meteorological spring starts a day late this year. Astronomical spring never does. Welcome to March. Roller coaster weather is not too far off.
  2. Yeah, another question thread. I get it. This one's less of a downer, so there's that. Which weather event stood out as the most impressive that you have personally experienced here in the West? For me it's a tie between the 1/10/17 snowstorm (15-20 inches in a 10 hour period, we get it...), and the December 2008 snow event series.
  3. What is your favorite winter of all? Mine would no doubt be 2016-2017. Snow events for everyone down the I-5 corridor, that snowstorm on 1/10/17 for my area. A windstorm in April and October, one of the strongest east wind years I've experienced. Heavy rain in February, and several snow/ice events in December and January. A rundown of that year (most are estimations): December 7th-10th: 1 inch of ice, 1.5 inches of snow December 14th: 2.5 inches of snow January 6th-8th: 0.75-1 inch of ice, 1 inch of snow January 10th-11th: 15-20 inches of snow, occasional thunder and lightning Febr
  4. I would like a bit of a review of my ideas and would appreciate it if anyone points out a serious fault with them - see ideas below: Transporting moist air by means of natural convection in a pipe: Run a huge black pipe, that will get hot in the sun, from the sea to a few hundred metres above the area needing rain. Moist air from the sea will rise in the pipe by means of natural convection and cause convectional rain. This idea could bring rain to many areas. It would be similar to a solar updraft tower, which can deliver huge volumes of air per second to the atmosphere. Heat the seawater by c
  5. Go and watch my video and subscribe when I get 50 subscribers I will have a contest plus if you comment that you found me on here I will mention you in a video. https://youtu.be/sY_SUQ1LYgs
  6. Hopefully we can score something during the second half of the month.
  7. Does anybody know of a weather website/app that has precipitation type radar extrapolated into the future? I know that there are The Ultimate Weather App ($0.99), DarkSky ($3.99), and Radar Scope ($9.99), but these do not seem to have what I am looking for.
  8. How will the cruddy winter of 2013/2014 end? Will the plains finally see that monster snowstorm we have been waiting for? How will spring start? March could be a very interesting month! GFS is showing a snow event during the first week of March. Wouldn't surprise me to see a large trough come out of the 4 corners and produce a storm during that time. LRC would indicate around March 4th for that. We should probably be hoping for a Colorado Low in Nebraska/Iowa. The current models are wanting to show yet another Panhandle Hook storm, which of course misses us to the East. We really nee
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