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  1. test1
    Fantastic review article of the entire vaccine development landscape in Nature, one of the premier scientific journals, by Dr. Krammer, one of the world's foremost virologists, from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, whose work I've posted before. The article is very thorough and detailed and well-organized by type of vaccine and contains a wealth of information on the science behind each, the status, and the outlook for dozens of vaccine candidates, including all of the ones in clinical trials and many of the ones still in animal studies. Here's the abstract... htt
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    I know I'm in the minority here, but yes please to that green blob over MO haha. I'll try to share it.
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  3. test1
    Manic Monday arrives: Ugly, ugly, ugly, especially in NYC as hospitalizations continue to increase. Rockland County isn't looking too pretty in the Mid-Hudson region with positive rates surging over 10.00%. Broome County at about 5.00% is leading the Southern Tier up.
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  4. test1
    Not sure how business shutdowns will do much good-most are wearing masks when frequenting businesses
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  5. test1
    Morning thoughts... Today will be mainly cloudy with perhaps a few widely scattered showers. Temperatures will likely reach the middle and upper 70s across the region. Likely high temperatures around the region include: New York City (Central Park): 77° Newark: 80° Philadelphia: 80° The temperature will likely remain above normal through the remainder of the month. Cooler air will arrive to start October.
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  6. test1
    To clarify, he posted last winter....FWIW
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  7. test1
    Fall color showing up everywhere now. Been a while since it started in September. Thanks for droughty conditions.
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  8. test1
    I actually think the east coast cold do ok. If only he NAO could just go negative during the winter and stay there. Out here Ninas are truly feast or famine. The strong ones are disasters and the weak ones tend to be great. Its the moderate ones like that one that tend to go either way. I feel like back east the Nnos tend to be more like that vs the Ninas but I could be wrong.
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  9. test1
    The original cocktail started back in early July. Good to see some are seeing some sucess here.
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    We're in extreme drought up here in RI and near by southeast MA. Close to 10" below normal. Dust bowl. 22 days without a drop of rain until a very quick just enough to wet the ground shower this morning. Severe drought most of the rest of southern New England.
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  11. test1
    I think those darker reds should extend further northward into the NY Metro.
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  12. test1
    Looks like we are finally going to start tackling the drought problem in New England
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  13. test1
    Hey all. Work has frankly sucked out most of my desire to discuss and look at weather during my free time much of this summer (something you never think is possible when you're a weenie posting on the Accu forums 10+ years ago!), but the early frost to start the week and prospect of flakes potentially flying before too much longer is starting to slowly give me the urge to not be a WxBoard hermit anymore. I'll try to post a somewhat more routine commentary over the next few weeks and much more detailed / comprehensive write-up at some point in late October when time allows. At this point, a few
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