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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #901 on: 01 Oct 2015, 18:26 »

Good news, everyone!  It seems our hurricane may collide with a nor'easter.

That is to say it's good news if you're nostalgic for Sandy.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #902 on: 01 Oct 2015, 18:28 »

Stay safe, east-coasters!
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #903 on: 01 Oct 2015, 19:48 »

Good news, everyone!  It seems our hurricane may collide with a nor'easter.

That is to say it's good news if you're nostalgic for Sandy.

I'm nostalgic for Sandy. But Sandy in my neck of the woods was an overnight blizzard followed by a lovely snow day, so I realize there are probably several million people in other regions of the East Coast that don't share that sentiment.

Speaking of hurricanes, Pat McCrory (who, for all his many faults, never fucks around when it comes to disaster response) has placed all of North Carolina under a state of emergency, and the semi-annual mandatory evacuation of Ocracoke Island has begun.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #904 on: 02 Oct 2015, 05:00 »

Day 9 (out of 40?) of rain began with a very cold mist. For the first time this fall, I needed a jacket. There is a flash flood watch that doesn't expire until Sunday night, and predictions are for the worst flooding we've seen since January of 2013, which is when this happened.

Oh, and it's homecoming. Should be an interesting weekend.

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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #905 on: 18 Oct 2015, 20:32 »

At 6:00 today, I left town and go down the mountain, as they call it, for a concert. When I left, it was a perfectly seasonal 60 degrees. When I left the concert in Charlotte at 10, it was a bit chilly, but not to the point where I needed a jacket.

I didn't even notice it when I was in the car, but as soon as I got back to my apartment and opened my car door I got blasted with it. It is 29 degrees. My apartment was a popsicle. Fortunately it seems the pipes are well insulated.

I don't actually have a thermostat, it's baseboard heating. It's about that time where I'm going to have to remember to turn it on if I'm not going to be back before nightfall.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #906 on: 19 Nov 2015, 20:51 »

Looks like it's time for winter to arrive:
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #907 on: 19 Nov 2015, 21:30 »

Already here. Wind's blowing and the white stuff was falling with a vengeance this evening.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #908 on: 18 Jan 2016, 12:42 »

It is 5 degrees Fahrenheit. There was ice on the inside of one of windows this morning. I have work at 9 tonight and I'm dreading going outside so much.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #909 on: 18 Jan 2016, 12:51 »

I just noticed the image I posted a couple posts up updates itself automatically. It was -10F this morning. It's currently all the way up to 2F, and it's supposed to be -7 tonight. I actually had to turn the heat on in my apartment last night.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #910 on: 18 Jan 2016, 13:31 »

We had a short. sharp and loud thunder and lightning show here last evening with plenty of heavy rain. Lasted about an hour and a half and you'd never know it was ever raining here as I looked out the window this morning.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #911 on: 18 Jan 2016, 19:37 »

What, 4 above?

That's a heat wave around here!

We hit -14 this morning.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #912 on: 18 Jan 2016, 21:08 »

Still not cold enough to put on a coat....
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #913 on: 19 Jan 2016, 08:00 »

What, 4 above?

That's a heat wave around here!

We hit -14 this morning.

Yeah but do you have 30 mph winds on top of that. Because that makes a difference let me tell you
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #915 on: 21 Jan 2016, 05:59 »

Yeah, I was watching the weather report last night and the weather guy said it was going to be "an epic storm of historic proportions." Dude, it's 18-24 inches of snow. We got that lots of times when I was a kid.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #916 on: 21 Jan 2016, 06:06 »

Hah.. I live in Georgia. if we get 1-2 inches of snow people lose their freaking minds. 6 inches is a 'Snowpocalypse'.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #917 on: 21 Jan 2016, 10:35 »

I hear there will be a storm on the east coast. Stay safe, East Coastians and Maritimers.

Why aren't people on the East Coast of the US not called Maritimers too?
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #918 on: 22 Jan 2016, 11:23 »

18 inches of snow and counting. It is the most significant snow event in this area since Hurricane Sandy I'm pretty sure. Campus is closed. That's different from classes being cancelled. Campus closed means the dining hall, student union, library etc. are closed. It means stay the fuck home. So naturally I've just come back from sledding down the hill behind the school of music building. I think I may have twisted my ankle.

Tried to build a snowman but the snow is too powdery. There's definitely been worse storms. Just because the snowfall total is going to be higher, maybe 2 feet when all is said and done, doesn't mean this holds a candle to the mountain blizzards with hurricane force winds we've had in the past. When the windchill gets to -30 as it did one day last year maybe we can start panicking.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #919 on: 22 Jan 2016, 11:56 »

-30F, I assume. So it feels like -60, cause humidity is terrible and hard to adjust to. I moved to a humid climate, and the thermometer says it's warmer, but there is tiny ice shards in your skin. Back home may hit -30 or -40 Celsius on the regular, but at least it's a dry cold.

I'd be more concerned on those winds though. I'm glad that storm isn't as bad as it's been made out to be.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #920 on: 23 Jan 2016, 08:11 »

Roads are basically completely covered, winds have picked up a bit and now a rather large snowdrift has piled up outside my door, so that'll be a pain in the ass if I walk outside at any point today.

The one praise I have for Governor McCrory is that he takes disaster response very seriously. He asks for federal aid and offers state aid  for communities that need it (he gave state aid to the town of Kitty Hawk to repair unmitigated damages from Hurricane Sandy, which happened before he even took office), focuses on the safety of citizens and workers (checking in on the DOT and utility companies to make sure crews are being rotated properly) and isn't afraid to speak frankly.

He called people who go out driving in this weather without an actual need to "selfish," while that sounds harsh I'd have to agree. They're endangering themselves, the crews, and the people who for whatever reason do have to be out on the roads.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #921 on: 23 Jan 2016, 11:07 »

Welp, I'm snowed in.

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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #922 on: 23 Jan 2016, 11:26 »

I have almost no food in my apartment, due to work and school I haven't had even one chance to go shopping since the storm was forecast. There are restaurants within what one would normally consider walking distance, but whether they're open or not will be crapshoot.

Looks like it may be a diet of ramen, pop-tarts, and potato soup for the next day or so.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #923 on: 23 Jan 2016, 18:46 »

My sister posted this on her Facebook account thingamajig:
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #924 on: 24 Jan 2016, 20:26 »

yep. so is most of VA.

18" here at the homestead.

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« Reply #925 on: 24 Jan 2016, 23:30 »

You forget how much of a pain in the ass two feet of snow is when you don't get that amount for a couple winters. The storm is over and the roads are clear, but I ended up being late to work because it took me like 15 minutes to clear snow and ice off my car, dig a path for my car to get out (the lot had been plowed but there were snowdrifts on two sides of my car), end up stuck anyway, and dig some more. Snow piled up along the curb was partially obstructing a lane on one of the main roads. Also I'm pretty sure the available parking spots in this town have been cut in half due to snow piles.
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« Reply #926 on: 24 Jan 2016, 23:55 »

This may be the first winter where I'm glad to be in New England and not a southern more area. We had about 4 inches here and most of it melted already...

I'd feel worse about telling you all of this, but as I stated, I am from New England. I crashed a car making a right turn once because the snow was so high...
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #927 on: 25 Jan 2016, 20:57 »

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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #928 on: 25 Jan 2016, 21:01 »

It was snowing when I went to bar trivia earlier. The announcer told everyone, "Social media tip: don't complain about the weather out there. The people on the east coast don't care."  :roll:
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #929 on: 13 Feb 2016, 02:36 »

It's so cold that I've had to engage the main-room heater in my studio apartment for only the 2nd time this winter. Usually the bathroom heater is enough to keep the apartment warm enough.

The wind is so strong that holding a lighter anywhere near the front door when a gust comes through will cause it to blow out, and it's supposed to be really windy all day, I'm half expecting to come back from work to find my screen door blown off its hinges completely.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #930 on: 13 Feb 2016, 10:07 »

My apartment faces south so it gets a lot of sunlight. Which is keeping my apartment so warm that despite it being 3 degrees Fahrenheit outside, I not only have the heat turned off, but I have the window open...
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #931 on: 13 Feb 2016, 10:16 »

My weather is bipolar(forgive the pun). It was -4-5c yesterday, but -30c today, -18c tomorrow, then back up to -6c Monday..when I have the day off but everything is closed for the holiday. I wish it would stay cold so I could acclimatize.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #932 on: 13 Feb 2016, 16:04 »

Holy shit. We have a weather thread?

Anyway, it's a wind chill of -11F tonight in my part of Jersey, apparently gonna get as low as -20F (actual temperature getting down to about -4F). Pretty chilly.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #933 on: 13 Feb 2016, 17:15 »

Current actual temperature: 8F
Current wind chill: -1F

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« Reply #934 on: 14 Feb 2016, 05:43 »

-18F when I pulled out of work this morning.

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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #935 on: 02 Mar 2016, 19:15 »

It was warm and sunny on Monday.  It will snow on Friday.  There is no logic in March.
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« Reply #937 on: 02 Mar 2016, 20:33 »

It was warm and sunny on Monday.  It will snow on Friday.  There is no logic in March.
Over the weekend it was 60 here. Yesterday we got 3 inches of snow, with more forecast tomorrow and Friday. Next week it's supposed to be 60 again.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #939 on: 06 Apr 2016, 01:13 »

Okay, summer, you've overstayed your welcome.  :-P

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-06/hottest-april-day-recorded-in-sydney/7304630

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« Reply #940 on: 06 Apr 2016, 06:13 »

I know British/Commonwealth countries have extra letters in their words, but how does putting a g in whine make sense?

(Or how does it make sense for us Yanks to have taken it out?)
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« Reply #941 on: 06 Apr 2016, 07:00 »

Um, because "whinge" is a word which is different from "whine", with a somewhat different etymology?
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« Reply #942 on: 06 Apr 2016, 08:47 »

Oh. They seem to be pretty much the same thing.
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« Reply #943 on: 06 Apr 2016, 10:05 »

They have similar, but not indentical meanings; and they have different origins.

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« Reply #944 on: 06 Apr 2016, 11:38 »

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I might easily say: "Stop whining, you whinger!".

Whining refers to the sound (which may or may not be that of a complaint), whereas in modern usage whingeing refers specifically to complaining in a whiny way.
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« Reply #945 on: 06 Apr 2016, 12:06 »

Maybe it's a regional thing. Whining here refers to both the whining sound and the complaining.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #946 on: 06 May 2016, 21:42 »

Yesterday was a day of pouring rain and cold. So like any angsty young adult I spent the day watching the rain from my window and writing.

It was down to 40 f here, with some of the highest elevations being even colder and getting a dusting of May snow
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« Reply #947 on: 06 May 2016, 21:44 »

Today was really nice here. 84 and sunny. I ate lunch next to the lake in the warm sun.
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Re: This even more just in - the weather thread
« Reply #948 on: 14 May 2016, 22:33 »


Lousy Smarch Smay weather.
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« Reply #949 on: 15 May 2016, 00:04 »

I'd happily trade you.  It hits 82F/28C for me tomorrow.
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