For the record I officially haven't punted Feb yet. But it's 4th down and I have a decision to make in about 2 weeks.Canceling winter on 1/1 classic
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We got 28” from the March 3rd event. There were also one or two events in February 1980 as well. I lived in Camden County (south end) and I was in fifth grade.I remember 79-80 very well. SE was hammered. Elizabeth City NC received 20 inches of snow with one event. Norfolk VA, were I worked as a an observer at the Naval Air Station, was warm into January. The fist storm hit on January 7th. About 17 inches. We had several 5-7 events through February. The big one hit March 3-6, with over 20 inches. Winds gusted over 50mph, visibilities dropped to zero in heavy snow and blowing snow. Drifts were the size of department stores.
TennesseeWell fellow college FB fans; who will be the next SEC EAST team to win national title? You think it will be Florida, Georgia, or gulp, Tennessee? I think we can rule out UK, Candy, South Carolina, and MIzzou. None of those 4 will win FB national title in our lifetime. Of course, at this juncture, I'm not sure any SEC east team will win another title in our lifetime. I'm going to guess it will be UF, and it will happen within about 5 years.
There's always next year. Or is there?I'd like to be able to go back 20 years with today's technology and see what the long range actually looked like going into Jan. 2000. Something tells me it wouldn't be nearly as ugly as it looks now going forward and we'd see a way out. I literally can't find anything positive at all going forward. NOTHING!
Who knows? If it really is caused by the warming around the Maritime continent and this is MJO driven, then yeah this is possibly a long term thing. Not saying every year will be but this will be most common.There's always next year. Or is there?
The one thing I hate about Tennessee is the humidity in the summer. No way I could live any further south then where I live now. If possible I would prefer a climate such as Indianapolis, Cincinnati or Columbus Ohio. Somewhere that is likely to get at least two to three events of 2-4 inches of snow in a bad winter.If this is all that's left for our weather anymore, I may think about moving within the not too distant future. I'm NOT spending the rest of my life following 6+ months of sweltering in the 90s along with nothing but non-existent winters.
Who would have ever thunk it—people moving north! GW for the win.If this is all that's left for our weather anymore, I may think about moving within the not too distant future. I'm NOT spending the rest of my life following 6+ months of sweltering in the 90s along with nothing but non-existent winters.