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MR FREEZE

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  1. MR FREEZE

    ***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.
  2. MR FREEZE

    ***Winter Countdown Thread 2018-2019***

    The 20's serve perfectly fine for a big snowfall.
  3. 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.
  4. No, we need another snowfall!
  5. MR FREEZE

    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!
  6. MR FREEZE

    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.
  7. MR FREEZE

    Mid/Long Range Winter Pattern Discussion

    Perhaps the GFS is just a little delayed
  8. MR FREEZE

    Mid/Long Range Winter Pattern Discussion

    A major rainstorm in I-95 makes my day complete!
  9. MR FREEZE

    March 20-22 Winter Storm Threat Part I

    Temps up here in NYC were locked in the mid 20's for the whole storm. Wouldn't budge. The 850's were in the mid 30's which made it a rare but fascinating event. We had similar setups back in Jan 1994 but with even more severe surface cold making the contrast remarkable. Nice to lighten the mood with great storm memories after some frustrating model runs.
  10. MR FREEZE

    March 20-22 Winter Storm Threat Part I

    And you did it twice in 2007.......Once for the Valentines storm and another sleet bomb in mid March. Strange season that was.
  11. MR FREEZE

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    Love it......I am not from the era as I am 45 today but I've been told about all the 40's, 50's, and 60's snowstorms many times. The equipment that we have today to remove it didn't exist in those days which creates a false image that the snowstorms of today aren't as severe as back in the day.
  12. MR FREEZE

    Winter 2017-2018 -- The Encore

    What were the temps in NYC for this Dec. 1960 storm? Guessing low 20's......Also, I believe there was another big snowstorm in early Feb 1961. And as I recall the story being told to me, the forecast was for flurries/light snow. Oh man am I dying for a snowstorm......one that sticks from first flake to last.
  13. MR FREEZE

    *** Support 33andrain ***

    That's me.......Harold (Mr. Freeze)... Glad to help out the site!
  14. Oh Yes, remember those. But I have a high tech cassette deck in my 2009 Lexus ES350 and at least 20 mix tapes jammed in the console and glove box. And listen everyday. Snowman11 saw it. Enjoy your snow as I still haven't been able to buy a flake yet. An occasional pellet. Temp between 36 and 38 literally bouncing back and forth by the minute. Still a beautiful storm to watch unfold nonetheless.
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