Looks Like A Snow Maker

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Old 11-11-15, 05:41 PM
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Looks Like A Snow Maker

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Old 11-12-15, 03:30 AM
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I'm far enough south that snow won't be an issue with this system but don't look forward to the 20° temperature drop it's expected to bring to the region!
 
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Old 11-12-15, 04:26 AM
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That's a cool webpage; haven't seen that before.
 
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Old 11-17-15, 08:18 AM
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Looks like Texas is going down the drain today. If this was the sixties I can think of a few folks that could stare at that for hours on end.
 
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Who writes the script for the weatherman? I was listening to the radio this morning while my wife was in the store and they gave tomorrow's forecast "showers from 11AM to 3PM followed by rain for the rest of the day"
 
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Followed by intermittent showers, followed by scattered showers, followed by trace of precipitation.
 
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I've never figured out what the heck they mean when they say that it's going to "start out part cloudy, changing to partly sunny in the afternoon" or vice versa. Last week we had a day when it supposedly changed from windy to moderately gusty, or something like that. My wife asked what that meant, and I told her not to worry; I'm bald and she keeps her hair fairly short, so no bad hair days.
 
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This one is pretty good, you could really see where the rain was coming from hitting California yesterday.

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