Winter 2019/2020

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    Winter 2019/2020

    Need to crank the engine on this forum!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGZJ8tSFLDs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIxelyZBysI

    I actually have no idea who these guys are. I like the fact that they agree, and I obviously like their conclusions. The 2nd one has some fairly solid analysis too.

    And they mesh with Weatherbell (although we have to recognize the cold/snow bias of Weatherbell).

    https://www.weatherbell.com/images/i...0_Snowfall.png

    You'll have to go to Weatherbell to see the details.

    Its all about water temps. Lets see how they evolve this fall.
    2017/18 = 37
    2016/17 = 31
    2015/16 = Depressing
    2014/15 = 28
    2013/14 = 27

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    https://www.weatherbell.com/weatherb...ter-prediction

    Joe messed up last year but at least he admitted his mistake.

    edit the video was last years
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siliconebobsquarepants View Post
    https://www.weatherbell.com/weatherb...ter-prediction

    Joe messed up last year but at least he admitted his mistake.

    edit the video was last years
    Yes, yes he (they) did. Hence the comment on them being naturally biased to cold.
    2017/18 = 37
    2016/17 = 31
    2015/16 = Depressing
    2014/15 = 28
    2013/14 = 27

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    All I know is I have a back yard now that is full of acorns. Walking on the back yard is like walking on ball bearings. The most I have ever seen. Old wives tale says this means a lot of snow coming. More like just a shit load of squirrels next year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    All I know is I have a back yard now that is full of acorns. Walking on the back yard is like walking on ball bearings. The most I have ever seen. Old wives tale says this means a lot of snow coming. More like just a shit load of squirrels next year.
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    I've heard that one too. And my yard is the same way as yours, plus hickory nuts. I was at a friends the other day and the acorns were literally raining down from the trees. I've never seen them come down that thick like that.

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    July and August 2019 were some of the nicest and sunniest weather, with localized rain showers and "sun showers" frequently, compared to what we've had in years/decade. Bluest skies I've seen in as long. I didn't see a contrail last more than a minute before fully completely dissipating for a full 2 months. 4 days out of the week there would be spontaneous localized rain showers and very hard to predict.

    Right before Hurricane Dorian the Wx / climate control ops made a big move with the artificial cirrus on the east coast to stabilize and dessicate the lower troposphere with the aersolation we've seen increasingly over the last decade plus. The result was Dorian sitting over Grand Bahama for 3 days, even moving slightly backwards on it's course briefly, before taking a 90 degree turn toward Nova Scotia. I don't intend to explain weather warfare but the reality is we're at least occasionally engaged in it.

    In any case, this summer was a fantastic summer for wildlife and plants. The frequent rain showers and unfiltered sunlight over the course of just 2 months led to a comeback for Honey Bees, and my observations were that the insect and plant life were thriving like unseen in many years.

    In the west/rockies it's fully accepted that water management bureaus and ski areas work together to "seed" regions with fleet of airplanes and ground-based devices, with the intent purpose of affecting snow pack. Maybe we should be asking these folks what kind of winter we should expect, especially now that we have big players like Vail operating on our turf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    July and August 2019 were some of the nicest and sunniest weather, with localized rain showers and "sun showers" frequently, compared to what we've had in years/decade. Bluest skies I've seen in as long. I didn't see a contrail last more than a minute before fully completely dissipating for a full 2 months. 4 days out of the week there would be spontaneous localized rain showers and very hard to predict.

    Right before Hurricane Dorian the Wx / climate control ops made a big move with the artificial cirrus on the east coast to stabilize and dessicate the lower troposphere with the aersolation we've seen increasingly over the last decade plus. The result was Dorian sitting over Grand Bahama for 3 days, even moving slightly backwards on it's course briefly, before taking a 90 degree turn toward Nova Scotia. I don't intend to explain weather warfare but the reality is we're at least occasionally engaged in it.

    In any case, this summer was a fantastic summer for wildlife and plants. The frequent rain showers and unfiltered sunlight over the course of just 2 months led to a comeback for Honey Bees, and my observations were that the insect and plant life were thriving like unseen in many years.


    In the west/rockies it's fully accepted that water management bureaus and ski areas work together to "seed" regions with fleet of airplanes and ground-based devices, with the intent purpose of affecting snow pack. Maybe we should be asking these folks what kind of winter we should expect, especially now that we have big players like Vail operating on our turf.
    Wow. I need to hear more about this. sounds interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY DirtBag View Post
    Wow. I need to hear more about this. sounds interesting
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    https://www.denverpost.com/2018/02/2...-drought-west/

    A bit about cloud seeding mostly driven by California, Arizona, and Nevada states that are concerned about a lack to snow melt in the Rockies.


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