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    The temperature falls, chill wind suddenly .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    The temperature falls, chill wind suddenly .
    Yes. The omega block centered over the west coast of Norway is pushing cool air down from the northeast at 10000 feet. It makes a distinctive pattern. It will be overrun by Tuesday. And guess what's behind it on Thursday?

    Interesting parade of distinct circulations? How does it happen? Wait 3 days, it will change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luchesi View Post
    There's a new finding that lightning strikes shower a circle of a few kms in diameter with gamma rays. You get a full dose of radiation -- approximately the amount you receive flying across a continent at 40,000 feet. Only pilots and crews need to worry about this much radiation.

    I meant to ask you Flamme, how many languages you speak?
    So a radiation ionizing shower!!! I speak fluently serbian, Im very fluent in croatian, bosnian, montenegrian, english, I speak basics of german etc...Y do u ask? I write like this 4 fuin and 2 short things up, if u have an impression I write like a ghetto dawg!!! Weather here is very windy and greyish but I dont mind even the humidity, many ppl dislike it but we'll miss it in scorching heat of summer...Everything is in bloom so my allergies have started...
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    Yes. The omega block centered over the west coast of Norway is pushing cool air down from the northeast at 10000 feet. It makes a distinctive pattern. It will be overrun by Tuesday. And guess what's behind it on Thursday?

    Interesting parade of distinct circulations? How does it happen? Wait 3 days, it will change.
    That's why the song called "Blow The Wind Southerly"
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    Crazy storm, thunderbolt n lightning very frightening! Turned off all appliances 4 the 1st time in years...Weather is getting crazier by day, something oimnous is riding our way through the clouds...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post
    Crazy storm, thunderbolt n lightning very frightening! Turned off all appliances 4 the 1st time in years...Weather is getting crazier by day, something oimnous is riding our way through the clouds...
    Years ago when friends moved here from Detroit their house was struck by lightning. It zapped away both their HD music collections! Why no backups? Well, it was years ago..
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    Small upper air waves were keeping us cool here. They have been washed out by the dynamics of an unusually strong Baja Low. (not a welcome turn to meteorologists because there's so little data over the Gulf of Baja). I don't remember such a rapid change from the usually dependable numerical forecast (it was a bust). Interesting. Now we'll be near or above 100F every day.

    For most of the US summer will begin on June 12th this year, according to the models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luchesi View Post
    Years ago when friends moved here from Detroit their house was struck by lightning. It zapped away both their HD music collections! Why no backups? Well, it was years ago..
    Last year we had some TERRIBLE storms with torrential rains and totally CRAZY lightning, almost like battles going on in heavens...Strange thing is most folx forgot all about it! Perhaps because so many strange things happen and they just move on...I cant because they ''fried'' my uncles 2 tv sets...Weather 2day gloomy but fine. It just makes me so sleeepy...
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    Hot one today! Supposed to hit 100 F, easily the hottest day of the year so far. But the air is quite dry, so we should survive without melting.


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    Hot and humid but also cloudy and windy...Wore long pants on work because I got burned by sun days before...Used some sunscreen. What is happening with the ''Fat old sun'' last 10 or so years??? I remember 80s and 90s well, then 2000s, and I know ppl spent whole days in sun, from 8 am to 8 pm w/o any bigger consequences, but today you cant even watch the sun for more than 10 seconds, before it stabs you in the eye...Strange thing indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flamme View Post
    Hot and humid but also cloudy and windy...Wore long pants on work because I got burned by sun days before...Used some sunscreen. What is happening with the ''Fat old sun'' last 10 or so years??? I remember 80s and 90s well, then 2000s, and I know ppl spent whole days in sun, from 8 am to 8 pm w/o any bigger consequences, but today you cant even watch the sun for more than 10 seconds, before it stabs you in the eye...Strange thing indeed.
    As the planet's energy content goes up - volumes of air will get drier or wetter. More contrast. IOW, if the volume would have been dry, it will be drier now due to the same adiabatic mechanisms, because they're very slightly stronger now.
    This generally goes unnoticed by humans because the complex cycles of cyclogenesis soon wash it out.
    "We only become what we are by the radical and deep-seated refusal of that which others have made us." -Jean-Paul Sartre

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