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The forecast for next week is starting to come around a bit, Looks like after this weekend we will see at least 5 days of below freezing temps during the day and lower teens at night and that is for the southern part of the state, can expect all those values to be at laest 10 degrees colder up north, Now bring on the moisture!!!!
 

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it be nice to atleast have some frozen lakes as well, so we didnt have to trailer everyplace.

man i hope it gets cold and snows like mad, looks the Sno Deo may be a bust, but maybe soon after it will be doable :wc:
 

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(State College, PA) - Winter is finally making an appearance, with snow forecast today from the Great Lakes to the southern Appalachian Mountains. Arctic air moving into the Northwest tonight will bring snow to Seattle and Portland, the first shot of true winter weather that will spread across the nation in the upcoming week.

The Alberta Clipper today moving through East will create more lake-effect snow to the lee of the Great Lakes and snow in the higher elevations of the central Appalachian Mountains. Cold air following the Clipper will push temperatures in the East down to near seasonable levels. Later in the week, the brief shot of winter will be replaced with more warm weather before a pattern change brings a real taste of winter to much of the nation.

Tonight, cold air will pour out of Western Canada into the Pacific Northwest, bringing overnight lows in Seattle and Portland down to or below freezing. The rain will turn to snow overnight; however, there will be little accumulation of snow along the coast.

By later this week, the coldest air will be centered over the Rockies and the northern Plains. Its arrival in the mountains will bring another round of snow to Denver and the Front Range on Friday, before the core of cold pushes to the south and east, After a tepid start, that winter was remarkable for its cold and storms, including three powerful blizzards in the Northeast. "Those who think that winter 2006-2007 is going to remain mild are in for a shock. Winter is likely to come with a vengeance. A week from now, we'll start seeing truly cold air across much of the country, and we expect this change to last."

Bastardi believes that if the change in the weather pattern reaches its full potential, the onset of cold weather could result in "one of the top-five coldest 30-day stretches in the past half century."[/b]



He would be my best freind if it all is true...... :fluffy: :beerchug:
 

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yhea, and i bet if you fart in the norther most section of your house it will creat a down draft pattern therefor pulling the jetstream into a thermostatic pressure in turn bringing in cold weather freezing all major lakes, ponds ect, and will dump aproximetly 6-12" per day of snow for the next 3 days, with flurries over night accumulating to 1" per night of fresh snow untill the winter is over. :brrrr: :popcorn:

id like if he was right, but who knows.
 

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yhea, and i bet if you fart in the norther most section of your house it will creat a down draft pattern therefor pulling the jetstream into a thermostatic pressure in turn bringing in cold weather freezing all major lakes, ponds ect, and will dump aproximetly 6-12" per day of snow for the next 3 days, with flurries over night accumulating to 1" per night of fresh snow untill the winter is over. :brrrr: :popcorn:

id like if he was right, but who knows.[/b]


WOW, now there is an idea! Maybe that is where all these so called expert meteoroligist get all there info!!! :frech32:
 

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