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Discussion in 'DVU' started by HotButteredGrits, Aug 18, 2015.
Good site to bookmark if you too are hurricane fiend: http://spaghettimodels.com/
tell me about this looming giant el nino
how much snow does this mean for me in greenville
I'll hangup and listen
In a drunken stupor on thursday last week while sitting by the pool at the beach. I was reading an article on this giant El Nino and I shit you not yelled at the top of my lungs. "Oh shit its going to fucking snow." So in plain terms should be a very wet winter, we were so damn close last year to having a historic winter but Greenland blocking fucked us. If we get Artic Blasts like we did last year this winter, we will get sick of it snowing down here.
Any chance that storm ends up heading towards Cancun? Headed there on Sunday.
Possible but even if it does its at least a week out
Hot and dry here.
I pay more attention to El Niño as it pertains to western mountains. Long story short I think y'all could see some relief this winter. El Nino's don't always result in the same patterns (CA has had really wet winters and also some of the driest on record in El Niño patterns), but it's looking better as we head into Sept
Damn you Chris Justus, don't break my heart this year.
Can't wait for the Chris Justus posts if we get a bunch of snow.
@White Tajh Boyd we're gonna need two chris justus thingys worked up for the winter. One with him as a christ figure. The other as the devil.
I'll get it out of the way but damn a dry slot
whats the el nino mean for the midwest?
I miss the predictable weather of ks, among other things.
Will throw the other one together later.
In California, drunk and the weather is nice, allows me to wear a quarter zip
This is awesome. I use this one as well http://www.bearpawsweather.com/tropical/
[Breaking news update at 11:06 a.m. ET]
Danny has strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 75 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. Danny continues to move west toward the Leeward and Windward Islands. The forecast calls for the storm to remain a hurricane and threaten the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico by early next week.
Hurricane/TS Danny died.
Here comes Erika and has potential to hit US next week.
Chris Justus, Meteorologist 23 mins ·
ERIKA: Erika has winds at 45 mph and is moving quickly toward the west in a similar fashion to Danny. Things get a a bit more interesting with Erika and we will need to watch this closely. Some of the models show a building ridge over the eastern half of the United States early next week which could bring Erika, which is forecast to be a hurricane by then, close to the southeast. I will keep you posted
Looks like it could turn up and hit us. Way early to predict though.
Would put it off our coast by Tuesday.
I head there in late September. Fingers crossed for non-hurricane weather.
Weather has been perfect so far. Where are you staying when you come down?
A co-worker of mine gets married this Saturday and is staying at Excellence PM.
Debunk the myth, is the beach full of seaweed?
we have a damn fish storm it sounds like based on the latest maps
Seaweed is definitely an issue but it may depend on where you stay. I'm further south where you'll be (Secrets Silversands) and they have workers constantly picking up the seaweed. They know this and I knew it so they make up for by having 7 or 8 pools which is where we have spent most of our time. Resort overall is very nice though. Picture below is right before we were landing in Cancun. Water down here isn't as nice but where you're staying it will probably be close to this.
Wife and I stayed at Excellence PM last year in June and had zero issues with seaweed.