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Currently 64* and light rain with a predicted high of 67*.  Later this evening a cold front arrives and

the leading edge will produce heavy rain and thunderstorms. As the front moves in temperatures drop

40* into the mid 20s. Rain turns to sleet and then to snow.  1" of ice covered by 3"-5" of the white stuff.

The stores will run out of bread and milk before noon today and the city will be shut down tomorrow. 

 

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Oh no!!!!! It's the apocalypse.  Lock the barn.  Get all the women and children in the storm cellar.

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At 3:00 PM it was 64 degrees here.  Now it is 44 degrees outside.  Here we go again.

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I hope it misses Virginia but the weather maps have the storm as coming through our area tomorrow and into the weekend.

 

Today it was a beautiful 64* in Richmond, Virginia.

 

Could be down to single digits, soon.

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10 hours ago, roadwarrior said:

Currently 64* and light rain with a predicted high of 67*.  Later this evening a cold front arrives and

the leading edge will produce heavy rain and thunderstorms. As the front moves in temperatures drop

40* into the mid 20s. Rain turns to sleet and then to snow.  1" of ice covered by 3"-5" of the white stuff.

The stores will run out of bread and milk before noon today and the city will be shut down tomorrow. 

 

:winter-146:

I can hardly wait the 3 1/2 years until I move that direction and this forecast becomes a big deal!  :lol:  You just described "fall"...

 

3 hours ago, Fishing Rhino said:

Oh no!!!!! It's the apocalypse.  Lock the barn.  Get all the women and children in the storm cellar.

No, no, no....it's 'snowpocalypse'.  

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Best of luck with all of that! When people aren't used to that type of weather thankfully it shuts everything down. We get a lot of snow out here but fortunately we do not get a layer of ice built up before the snow arrives. Be safe!!

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That front already came through here this morning. 52 degrees out still when I got to work at midnight, about 5am it started dropping fast and was in the 20's and sleeting when I left at 8am. It didn't amount to much here, just a pain driving home because it was freezing my wipers up and couldn't see great. Of course everyone was acting like the end was coming.

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22 hours ago, roadwarrior said:

Currently 64* and light rain with a predicted high of 67*.  Later this evening a cold front arrives and

the leading edge will produce heavy rain and thunderstorms. As the front moves in temperatures drop

40* into the mid 20s. Rain turns to sleet and then to snow.  1" of ice covered by 3"-5" of the white stuff.

The stores will run out of bread and milk before noon today and the city will be shut down tomorrow. 

 

:winter-146:

It's amazing what a forcast and weather change will do to people....you hit the nail on the head.  Bright side is fishing will be great next week!!!

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on a side note...when i saw this yesterday i you tubed some original mr bill clips, then that led to old SNL clips. we were so young then. thanks road warrior.

 

carry on

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Another arctic blast tonight. 2"-4" of snow, low 8* and high tomorrow 17*

However, next weekend may be a window of opportunity if we miss the rain.

Predicted highs in the upper 50s for Saturday and Sunday!

 

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2 hours ago, roadwarrior said:

Another arctic blast tonight. 2"-4" of snow, low 8* and high tomorrow 17*

However, next weekend may be a window of opportunity if we miss the rain.

Predicted highs in the upper 50s for Saturday and Sunday!

 

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Y'all are getting it way worse out on the west end!

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The answer is...CLOSED!

For all the worker bees, today makes this a five day weekend.  

8* tonight warming to the high twenties by Thursday.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, roadwarrior said:

The answer is...CLOSED!

For all the worker bees, today makes this a five day weekend.  

8* tonight warming to the high twenties by Thursday.

 

 

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Ewwwwwwwwwwwww

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My three outside cats along with my four inside cats are camped out around the woodstove. We had a brief touch of the january spring thaw but it’s cold again with 7” of snow hitting ct tonight. There saying 50 degrees to follow this snow. I did buy extra firewood last fall. It’s New England weather.

 

i think this cooling off is part of global warming, but it’s a natural cycle of the earth. We’re ok.

 

that new insulated camo hunting gear really works.

 

im hoping this really cold weather will kill some of the tic population.

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So, the wife and I head off to Florida (Thursday the 4th) from Virginia and I'm all giddy about surf fishing and spending a week at my Brother & Sister-in Law's beach house where I can walk right out their back door and down to the beach.  First problem....big storm moving up the coast.  95 will be a mess (it was and was closed in Georgia).  Debated on postponing but decided to head out and pick a route that kept me off the coast.  That was a good choice.  Get to St Augustine/Cresent Beach and it's 34 degrees.....34 degrees!!  Then I get up and walk out their walkway over the dunes to find that the NorEaster has ripped the dunes up pretty good and there is an 8 foot drop from the walkway to the beach. :angry:  Ok, I can drive down to the beach access with my truck and come out on the beach......Nope.  All vehicular traffic prohibited on the beach after the storm.<_<  Ok, I can walk down to the public access even though it will be a pain with all my sufcasting gear......Nope.  Public access closed.:(  

 

At least I got to see some pretty sunrises and sunsets for a week and we did get 1 day....1 of 70 degrees.  The rest were in the 50's.  Still better than the weather back at home :lol:

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Temperature 7*, windchill -5*

 

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It's an old fashioned winter in the south this year, like the ones my grandparents showed me pictures of. Frozen waterfalls and snow drifts

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15 degrees and 7 inches of snow here in PA. The local idiot weatherman on Monday said we would get a trace to an inch of snow. The only job in the world where you can be wrong most of the time and still keep your job. 

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