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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2800 on: October 23, 2020, 11:05:53 AM »

Drizzly today, slate gray skies, 60 degrees, winds ~15mph.
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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2801 on: October 24, 2020, 08:45:20 PM »

As of 6:45 MDT, it is 18 degrees in Missoula under clear skies. Very chilly. Brisk breeze. Low temperature expected to fall into single digits below zero tonight.
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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2802 on: Today at 12:24:29 AM »

We had yet another round of very heavy rain yesterday evening, with over 3 inches of rain falling in many places in the Atlanta metro. A flash flood warning was issued with a "considerable" damage threat, so the alert went out to everyone's cell phones. Apparently there were water rescues in some flood-prone areas last night.

Should be nice weather for the next couple days, but then we'll have to worry about impacts from yet another tropical system. Much will depend on the final track of Tropical Storm Zeta, but we are likely to see a good bit of rain. If it winds up on the western side of the current model guidance, depending on timing and some other factors we might even see another tornado event similar to what we had with Delta.

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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2803 on: Today at 09:04:08 AM »



Snow this early in the year is unusual for Wichita.  The first snowfall is often in December, sometimes even January or February.  Out where I grew up in northwestern Kansas, snow in October was more normal because, even though it was kind of in the rain shadow of the Rockies, some mountain snowstorms strong enough to make it past the front range were also strong enough to make it past the state line as well.  Here in the southeastern part of the state, though, snow in October is unusual.

The highways were slick as I was coming to work, and the some of the clearest spots were actually the worst:  ice instead of snow to drive on.
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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2804 on: Today at 12:11:01 PM »

Rainy here in STL, under 40 degrees. Some snow out by Columbia.
https://www.kmov.com/weather/radar/skytracker_doppler_radar/
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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2805 on: Today at 12:12:57 PM »

44F at 7 AM according to my outdoor thermostat in Fresno this morning. 
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Re: What's your weather currently?
« Reply #2806 on: Today at 02:59:45 PM »

Missed what would have been a major ice-storm by not even 3 degrees. Oklahoma City isn't going to be so lucky.
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