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They predict a big storm headed here finally. Our area will be in for 6-12 inches of snow; south of us more like 1-2 feet Sunday afternoon through Tuesday morning.

Nice today! Cold and sunny.

Vermonter
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Big rain (atmospheric river) coming here to northern CA prompting flash flood warning in Kincade Fire burn zone.
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Tends to be called weather in most parts.

Howie52
Variable conditions are pretty standard stuff.
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<<Tends to be called weather in most parts.

Howie52
Variable conditions are pretty standard stuff.>>



We seem to be in a cycle of global cooling.










































In the northern hemisphere, anyway.


Seattle Pioneer
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"We seem to be in a cycle of global cooling."

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That was the 70s back when there was a concern that the snow cover was going
to reflect heat back from the surface and trigger an ice age.
Turned out to be wrong.
A lot of science theories turn out to be wrong.
In and around the same time frame there was "peak oil".
And once upon a time - and repeated every so often - there is the "population
bomb" that is going to create starvation, pestilence and the end of the world as we know it.

I suspect the concept of the repeated worries is that sooner or later the world will
come to an end and the folks can proclaim "See! We told you!". Mainly because none of the
warnings comes with any real actions proposed to correct any real proposed causes.

Which I guess is just as well - since the folks who warn us all about the "end of the
world as we know it" never are really clever folks who could come up with fixes for
any real life problems.

Howie52

But they can tell a good yarn.
Nothing gets folks riled up more than an unjustifiable worry.
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I hotfooted it out of MD to miss the snow in WV....

18 inches of snow in Albany...yuck.....

Remember the snow from my days in Troy NY...4 years...and we got snow and ice and snow and ice and cold and misery.....25 below zero

Today mid 60s in TX.....just arrived at noon time after 2000 mile drive back via back roads of KY......

t.
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