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 Post subject: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 10:26 am 
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... It shall be known as The Winter of Heat Miser's (Wxman57) Discontent!

Let the discussion begin ... and yes, I haven't posted much yet about it but I'm feeling pretty good that we're going to have LOTS to talk about between Thanksgiving 2012 and Easter 2013! :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 10:34 am 
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Portastorm wrote:
... It shall be known as The Winter of Heat Miser's (Wxman57) Discontent!

Let the discussion begin ... and yes, I haven't posted much yet about it but I'm feeling pretty good that we're going to have LOTS to talk about between Thanksgiving 2012 and Easter 2013! :wink:


There you go!,but unless the world ends as we know it on December 21rst. :) Ok is a joke,post away peeps. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 12:31 pm 
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Portastorm wrote:
... It shall be known as The Winter of Heat Miser's (Wxman57) Discontent!


Endorsed!

Early call for seasonal snowfall next winter!

4-8" in DFW
1-3" in San Antonio
1-8" (yes) from a near record early Dec storm for Houston
3-6" West Texas Midland-San Angelo

And finally *drumroll": 6-12" in a whiteout blizzard on Christmas Eve for Austin!!...Oh wait wrong "A" city, Amarillo!~

2-4 in Scenic SW Austin :P

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 10:03 am 
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Here ... here!! Bartender, get this man a drink ... it's on me! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 12:49 pm 
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Portastorm wrote:
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Here ... here!! Bartender, get this man a drink ... it's on me! :D

I second that emotion!!! Er I mean bar order. :37: :37:

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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OMGosh I would so love to have that much snow here!! Can you imagine all the fun these kiddos would have with 8" of snow?!?!?! :lol: :lol:

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I cannot wait for Winter. I want it here now. Please. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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im from the rio grande valley and down here we dont need a another la nina im hoping for el nino the 2009-2010 el nino was cold and rainy all winter


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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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If we have a El Nino by this winter, it could a cold one. Somewhere in the line of 1972-1973, 1976-1977, or 2009-2010. If that is the case, we could see sleet, ice, and snow on top of multiple freezes.


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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2012 1:25 pm 
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Ntxw wrote:
Portastorm wrote:
... It shall be known as The Winter of Heat Miser's (Wxman57) Discontent!


Endorsed!

Early call for seasonal snowfall next winter!

4-8" in DFW
1-3" in San Antonio
1-8" (yes) from a near record early Dec storm for Houston
3-6" West Texas Midland-San Angelo

And finally *drumroll": 6-12" in a whiteout blizzard on Christmas Eve for Austin!!...Oh wait wrong "A" city, Amarillo!~

2-4 in Scenic SW Austin :P


You forgot to mention the Rio Grande Valley.....How many snow events do you for see?? :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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Hmmmm.....

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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2012 2:44 pm 
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Booooo! Perhaps El Nino will fade quickly after peaking in September, keeping Texas nice and warm next winter.


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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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wxman57 wrote:
Booooo! Perhaps El Nino will fade quickly after peaking in September, keeping Texas nice and warm next winter.


So you want a winter that allows disease carrying mosquitoes to be a bigger problem. I think we had enough warm winter. Time to bring in the cold winter. :cold: :grrr:


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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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Texas Snowman wrote:
Hmmmm.....

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Where did you get the images? Looks like a cooler than normal summer, fall, and winter.


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Awesome. Winter talk already. Many hot days between now and then. Nothing could be worse than last winter. The blue colors on that map sure look pretty, don't they?


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 Post subject: Re: Texas Winter 2012-2013
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You forgot to mention the Rio Grande Valley.....How many snow events do you for see?? :lol:


Ah yes, can't forget deep south Texas, lets clump you guys in with the houston storm! 2" down to Brownsville! No discrimination here, everyone gets some white stuff. :wink:

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Ptarmigan wrote:
Where did you get the images? Looks like a cooler than normal summer, fall, and winter.



From a Joe Bastardi tweet:

"@BigJoeBastardi: current glbl temp surge forecasted very well by JAMSTEC upr left spring up rt summer lower left fall lower rt winter http://pic.twitter.com/YLMejhLo ."

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Texas Snowman wrote:

From a Joe Bastardi tweet:

"@BigJoeBastardi: current glbl temp surge forecasted very well by JAMSTEC upr left spring up rt summer lower left fall lower rt winter http://pic.twitter.com/YLMejhLo ."


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You guys are crazy! The days are still getting longer. :roflmao:

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You guys are crazy! The days are still getting longer. :roflmao:


Yes! But in a month and a week+- the days will start getting shorter :wink: almost to the top of the hill! (Cold-monger optimism). Winter is never truly over thanks to a freezer bunker at an undisclosed PWC location in which us members post from during the dog days of summer.

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