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MR FREEZE

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  1. MR FREEZE

    [Eastern US] Dec. 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    What a difference a year makes! Locked into a 17 day stretch of below freezing temps by day and by night with a solid 10 inch snowfall on the way. Arctic air locked in, ground frozen over more than ready to accumulate first flake to last without wasting any inches at the onset. All we need is low 30's by day and low 20's by night to get the party started. I am still holding out hope that by Jan 20th we will be rockin`.......have seen it many times before where this exact scenario has played itself out. It is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain patience and confidence but we must try hard. Lastly although the period last year of severe cold was epic, the meat of the winter Mid Jan thru most of Feb was rather dull despite the exciting March which yielded frustration for coastal folks due to natural climo, sun angle, etc.......if it works out this year, we will have a much more favorable time frame to party with. Try to hold the faith!!!!
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    [Eastern US] Dec. 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    Are you expecting the KU chances to become increasingly likely to occur as we reach and surpass mid January?
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    [Eastern US] Dec. 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    As Bastardi says........suns out....guns out! Merry Christmas to All! And let the 60 mile trek for me from Rockaway Park to Howell NJ commence!
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    [Eastern US] Dec. 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    We had a similar storm last year to the day......Jan 4th
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    [Eastern US] Dec. 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    Agreed.......we dealt with the frustrations until around Jan.5th when an arctic front dropped in and we were on our way to exciting times with staying power. Yes, the blizzard in later Jan underperformed at the coast (not happy with 10 inches shows how spoiled we`very become). Feb was epic cold. Boston got most of the snow but seeing ice chunks flowing down the Hudson was very impressive. By me, Jamaica Bay was frozen over (wouldn't walk across it to Brooklyn though lol).
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    [Eastern US] Dec. 2018: Consolidated Discussion / Obs

    It has for the most part although last year wasn't bad featuring a frigid final week as well as a nice over performing snowfall mid month right down to the coast.
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    ***Winter Countdown Thread 2018-2019***

    Jan 22nd 1987 was a favorite snowstorm of mine with temp ranging from 31 to 34 the whole 7 hours. The city got about 10 inches. If it's been warm leading up to a storm, the 20's are a must.
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    ***Winter Countdown Thread 2018-2019***

    The 20's serve perfectly fine for a big snowfall.
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    April 2018 Observations & Discussion

    Look at the bright side folks......less than 4 months away from observing the noticeable loss of daylight with earlier sunsets. By August, the shortening of the days really starts to accelerate. If we can get a cool May, the journey to better times ahead will be a short one.
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    April 2018 Observations & Discussion

    No, we need another snowfall!
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    Little Storm that could ( April 02 Threat)

    The longer we keep the wintry weather going, that is no sustained heat, the shorter the journey will be to next Fall. Even in August I start to get excited as it starts to become noticeable that the sunsets start getting progressively earlier with each passing day in August. Combine that with the return of football/winter outlooks emerging and it makes for a wonderful time of the year. It would snow in July if I had it my way!
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    Mid/Long Range Winter Pattern Discussion

    You know its a cold March in NYC when it only hits 60 degrees once on March 1st. However it will likely do it tomorrow again. I don't have the stats in front of me but I know it hasn't happened many times since records began in 1869 where NYC failed to hit 60 degrees on any single day in March. I am sure Uncle W. can bring it up.
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    Mid/Long Range Winter Pattern Discussion

    Perhaps the GFS is just a little delayed
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    Mid/Long Range Winter Pattern Discussion

    A major rainstorm in I-95 makes my day complete!
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