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Serious situation unfolding in the Carolinas with a serious flood risk.

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A inch of rain seem significant in this part of the world let alone 20 inches!

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Flooding of biblical proportions?

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Best time lapse I've seen so far.    

February 15th Storm   Hello All,   Well its been quite a few weeks lately, we've had huge amounts of snow here in New Brunswick, the most I've seen in the 8 years I have lived here. I think in les

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Wow.. can you even imagine?

 

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I like variety in weather but from 20C to 3C in24 hours or less.. with snow to boot. That's too much.

 

It's Calgary btw.

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Wow.. can you even imagine?

 

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I like variety in weather but from 20C to 3C in24 hours or less.. with snow to boot. That's too much.

 

It's Calgary btw.

No it isn't if only it was like this on the other side of the pond. Wonderful climate Calgary has.

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Expected cold plunge for Sunday. A game of two halves.

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Yes parts of vermont maine etc expecting their first snow fall this weekend

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Winter outlook

 

Strong El Niño sets the stage for 2015-2016 winter weather

 

Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center issued the U.S. Winter Outlook today favoring cooler and wetter weather in Southern Tier states with above-average temperatures most likely in the West and across the Northern Tier. This year’s El Niño, among the strongest on record, is expected to influence weather and climate patterns this winter by impacting the position of the Pacific jet stream.

 

“A strong El Niño is in place and should exert a strong influence over our weather this winter,†said Mike Halpert, deputy director, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. “While temperature and precipitation impacts associated with El Niño are favored, El Niño is not the only player. Cold-air outbreaks and snow storms will likely occur at times this winter. However, the frequency, number and intensity of these events cannot be predicted on a seasonal timescale.â€

 

http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2015/101515-noaa-strong-el-nino-sets-the-stage-for-2015-2016-winter-weather.html

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Patricia’s Remnants to Fuel Dangerous Rains in Texas

Life-threatening floods possible through Sunday in central Texas

While not as dramatic as an approaching Category 5 hurricane, a mammoth heavy-rain episode this weekend in Texas has real potential for harm and damage. The locations at greater risk include from the Hill Country west of Austin and San Antonio, extending through these major metro areas to the Houston area. Rainfall amounts in some areas have already exceeded the top amounts produced by Hurricane Patricia’s landfall in Mexico, and more is on the way.

http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3167

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Slightly off topic but certainly weather related.

11th November marks the 40th anniversary of the loss of the ore carrier, Edmund Fitzgerald which sank during a huge storm on Lake Superior.

All 29 members of the crew were lost on what is still the largest ship to sink on the Great Lakes.

I can still remember seeing this on the news at the time.

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