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snaf.gif feels it! fruit.gif

 

FUCK THIS! madgo_ron.gif

 

RuMR, RuMR, RuMR...

 

Where is the love duuude??? Why all the hate? confused.gif

 

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RIP IT UP LOL

 

RuMR put the 8=D back in your mouth n00b

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DISCUSSION...COLD FRONT MAKING PROGRESS ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA

THIS MORNING AND IS CURRENTLY ORIENTED FROM ABOUT PORT ANGELES SOUTH

TO BETWEEN HOQUIAM AND SHELTON /CLOSER TO SHELTON/. THE FRONT SHOULD

BE IN THE FOOTHILLS BY NOON IF NOT A BIT EARLIER AND OVER THE

CASCADES BY EARLY AFTERNOON. SINCE THE PRECIPITATION IS ALREADY

SPOTTY IN NATURE THE MAIN CHANGE WILL BE A SHIFT IN WIND

DIRECTION...AND FOR THE NORTHWEST INTERIOR...A DECREASE IN WIND

SPEEDS. SUSTAINED WINDS IN THAT AREA HAVE REACHED AS HIGH AS 25 TO

35 MPH WITH GUSTS NEARING 45 MPH ACCORDING TO A SPOTTER. NOT

UNUSUAL FOR THIS TYPE OF EVENT.

 

FREEZING LEVELS QUITE HIGH THIS MORNING...6500-8500 FEET IN ADVANCE

OF THE FRONT...HOWEVER SIGNIFICANT COLD POOL BEHIND THE FRONT WILL

DRIVE THE FREEZING LEVEL DOWN TO 4500-5500 FEET THIS EVENING AND

3500-4000 FEET BY MORNING. THIS WILL QUICKLY DROP THE SNOW LEVELS

JUST AS THE WINDS BECOME WESTERLY AND THE AIR MASS BECOMES SLIGHTLY

UNSTABLE. THIS SHOULD RESULT IN SNOW SHOWERS DEVELOPING IN THE

HIGHER PASSES TONIGHT AND PUSHING CLOSE TO THE LOWER PASSES BY

MORNING. WINTER STORM WATCH OUT AT THIS TIME AND THAT LOOKS LIKE A

GOOD BET AND WILL LIKELY UPGRADE TO A WARNING BY THE AFTERNOON

PACKAGE IF THE SNOWFALL AMOUNTS STILL LOOK GOOD.

 

FORESEE A LATE MORNING UPDATE ONCE AGAIN TODAY. THE FORECAST IS

PRETTY MUCH GOING ACCORDING TO PLAN...HOWEVER BY THEN THE FRONT WILL

HAVE PASSED AND THE WORDING WILL NEED TO BE REFRESHED.

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I have a wireless temperature sensor mounted outside my apartment that in addition to reporting current temperature tracks historical min and max. Last night it recorded a low of 40 degrees, which is the lowest since I reset the unit a few months ago,

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Fuck yeah nice pics of the weekend freshies.

 

Damn RUMR, never seen such a big baby, cry.gif it snowing, cry.gif the PNW sucks, cry.gif it raining. Damn dude, how are you going to survive the next 6 months? It sucks to be you.

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it really does...i go through this every freaking year...and don't get me started about the holidaze...

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can i quit my job now? cry.gif seeing stevens pass getting dumped on over the weekend made me remember why i haven't had a real job the past 4 winters! keep those pics coming ... i need something nice to look at while i slave away indoors ...

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