How is your weather?


#2823

They do controlled prairie burns around here every year - there are hardly any flames involved


#2824

Today was mid 20Fs but was freezing with the strong winds. Yuck. Sun early but clouds rest of day. So much cloudiness this fall…and cold…and rain…and blah.

GFS still looks snowy. I’d say anywhere from nothing to a foot…gfs might show 6 to 10 inches starting Sunday into Monday. Wet sloppy stuff too…temps right around freezing…AFTER would be Arctic cold…with possible subzero readings (not fun).

Euro shows a snowstorm too…


#2825

This will be fun for traveling on Sun/Mon


#2826

59°F at 7pm, Disneyland


#2827

12z GFS pushed the heavy snow about 100 miles south. The Euro looks a tad further north. Definite shift south. Iowa/Illinois need lots of heavy wet snow :slight_smile:


#2828

Happy that the snowblower is coming back on Fri from the service place


#2829

Chilly, threat of snow tonight. It’s pretty blowy here in RI on the sea, and very grey in the sky. Waiting for Mother Nature’s blanket of white snow! I can wait! Hope its not a duvet!


#2830


#2831

Fersure lookslike winter!


#2832

A low of -3.5F last night.


#2833

Holy Kasmoly!!! No Thank you…Brrrrrrrrrrrrr


#2834

Noon gfs kicks the snow even further south. Nothing here. Missouri/central IL storm now. Lets hope. I don’t want any snow :sunny:


#2835

A balmy 30 today and maybe 5-10 degrees warmer tomorrow. Then the bottom drops out again…highs in the 20s and lows in the teens (or lower) for the ten day. Yay?


#2836

A few rainfall stats for system moving through California

Camp (Butte county) Fire: 0.7 in. Wed, 0.2 in. Thur.

Woolsey (Calabasas area) Fire: 0.2 in. total

Vista, CA: 0.1 in. total


#2837

12f windy. -8f windshield factor. ducks and geese won’t even come out of their coop!


#2838

some is better than none! CA needs a break! praying for the fire victims.


#2839

-2F @ 9am. We had a low of -17.2F @ 5am.


#2840

18F this morning. Coldest thanksgiving in a century. Whatever was green so far is no more…


#2841

In northern California, a storm total of 1 inch is a lot. Likewise in southern California a storm total of 1/4 inch is a lot.


#2842

Snow shifting back north.