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Post by docstox12 on Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:38 am

Thanks ,Mom! LOL, yep, remember those days going back in September when we were kids and it was a week in the 90's,LOL.In my day , there was no AC in any school so that was always a joy!
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Post by dkodgis on Fri Aug 11, 2017 9:11 am

And they never ever closed school neither. So what does a cool Aug mean in atmospherics and fall? Or winter? Anyone remember such a cool fall?
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Post by aiannone on Fri Aug 11, 2017 4:36 pm

Hey all, sorry I have been so distant. Been quite busy interning at Mazars USA LLP in NYC this summer as a tax accountant, but hope to have a little more time to spend on the weather going forward. I have just accepted my offer with PwC in their audit practice for next Summer 2018 as an intern, as I will be completing my MS in accounting and taking my CPA exam, which will end me up in a full time position at PwC in the Summer of 2019. 

Of course I am always following the weather, albeit quite boring this Summer, but I'm always lurking! Looking forward to hopefully some active tropics as we head towards September! I will be going back to Binghamton for my last undergrad semester Aug 20th, but I only have 3 classes on Tues/Thurs, so plenty of time to track weather! I hope to be able to attend a meetup with you guys soon!

Happy tracking!
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Post by sroc4 on Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:25 pm

aiannone wrote:Hey all, sorry I have been so distant. Been quite busy interning at Mazars USA LLP in NYC this summer as a tax accountant, but hope to have a little more time to spend on the weather going forward. I have just accepted my offer with PwC in their audit practice for next Summer 2018 as an intern, as I will be completing my MS in accounting and taking my CPA exam, which will end me up in a full time position at PwC in the Summer of 2019. 

Of course I am always following the weather, albeit quite boring this Summer, but I'm always lurking! Looking forward to hopefully some active tropics as we head towards September! I will be going back to Binghamton for my last undergrad semester Aug 20th, but I only have 3 classes on Tues/Thurs, so plenty of time to track weather! I hope to be able to attend a meetup with you guys soon!

Happy tracking!

Wow! Congrats Alex!!

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Post by weatherwatchermom on Fri Aug 11, 2017 6:21 pm

aiannone wrote:Hey all, sorry I have been so distant. Been quite busy interning at Mazars USA LLP in NYC this summer as a tax accountant, but hope to have a little more time to spend on the weather going forward. I have just accepted my offer with PwC in their audit practice for next Summer 2018 as an intern, as I will be completing my MS in accounting and taking my CPA exam, which will end me up in a full time position at PwC in the Summer of 2019. 

Of course I am always following the weather, albeit quite boring this Summer, but I'm always lurking! Looking forward to hopefully some active tropics as we head towards September! I will be going back to Binghamton for my last undergrad semester Aug 20th, but I only have 3 classes on Tues/Thurs, so plenty of time to track weather! I hope to be able to attend a meetup with you guys soon!

Happy tracking!

Congratulations!!
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Post by aiannone on Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:34 pm

Thanks all!
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Post by amugs on Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:54 pm

Alex,
Congrats kid and best of luck. Ju st seems.like.yesterday you would.PM a out the possibility of getting a snow day, day off from school.  And now ready to move one. Best of luck.
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Post by aiannone on Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:37 am

amugs wrote:Alex,
Congrats kid and best of luck. Ju st seems.like.yesterday you would.PM a out the possibility of getting a snow day, day off from school.  And now ready to move one. Best of luck.
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Time is really flying by for sure! Thank you for the kind note!
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Post by frank 638 on Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:32 pm

Hey everyone I hope everybody is having a great summer so far .I am going on vacation to Aruba this Thursday I am staying at the riu palace hotel .I would definitely recommend it if anyone needs a last minute vacation idea to Aruba

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Post by aiannone on Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:24 pm

For everyone here from the original 7 online board, our fellow member Aadil Mallick passed away today.....
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Post by sroc4 on Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:20 am

aiannone wrote:For everyone here from the original 7 online board, our fellow member Aadil Mallick passed away today.....

This was very sad news. He was a great kid.

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Post by Frank_Wx on Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:39 pm

Sorry I've been MIA. I've been in Italy since the 14th. I return the 29th. Of course rain is in the forecast. Anyway, heard about Harvey and the devastation it's bringing to Texas. I am very out of the loop but I pray the death toll is nowhere close to Katrina.

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Post by rb924119 on Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:34 pm

FRANK HOW WE MISSED YOU!!! Thank goodness you're ok, seriously, because we were getting pretty concerned. In fact, I was gonna send you a message on FB if we didn't hear from this week. Enjoy your trip buddy!!

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Post by frank 638 on Sun Aug 27, 2017 9:25 pm

Hey Frank I hope you are having a great time in Italy .we just made our home made tomato sauce today we made about 72 jars of tomato sauce . Have a great and safe trip

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Post by algae888 on Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:37 pm

track  17 I'm responding to your post from the tropical page. what's really sad, irresponsible and down right insane is that people want what is happening in texas to happen in their backyard!!! and don't give me the ol you wish for 2" feet of snow crap. we as a society can handle almost any amount of snow. what we can't handle is what is going on in texas now or sandy or katrina....


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Post by track17 on Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:40 pm

I agree with you I don't want this anywhere near me at the jersey shore. I actually get pissed at that thinking

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Post by algae888 on Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:50 pm

You know if you like tornadoes Oklahoma is a good place to live hurricanes the Gulf Coast and winter storms the Northeast baby with that big beautiful warm body of water call the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains to our West enhancing lift that is why when I retire I am moving North maybe near Doc and CP and buy a big seated snowblower to plow my feet of snow Very Happy
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Post by jmanley32 on Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:56 pm

algae888 wrote:track  17 I'm responding to your post from the tropical page. what's really sad, irresponsible and down right insane is that people want what is happening in texas to happen in their backyard!!! and don't give me the ol you wish for 2" feet of snow crap. we as a society can handle almost any amount of snow. what we can't handle is what is going on in texas now or sandy or katrina....
Al I dunno who you are talking about but I NEVER said i wanted a storm like texas, hell no,  a nice minimal TS fine, but what they are going through I would never wish on us.
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Post by Math23x7 on Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:15 pm

Last year at this time, Hurricane Hermine looked to threaten the NYC region. Of course, it did not pan out as the models projected it would. However, despite all of that, I found Billg's post regarding excitement or weather events to be very informative. Of all the extreme weather events one could experience (Blizzard, Tornado, Hurricane, etc.), I would much rather experience the Blizzard for reasons Billg wrote:

This is not a criticism or judgment of anyone else, but just my personal feeling and my personal concerns/fears. While I will occasionally pull for us to get buried under a snowstorm, I will never wish for a strong hurricane or tropical system to make a direct hit on us. Snowstorms are fun to track, amazing to watch, leave a beautiful landscape of snow cover, and are fun for kids (and some adults) to play in. While there are certainly dangers with any storm, and snowstorms can result in some damage and fatalities, they are far more isolated and less frequent with snowstorms than tropical systems. I certainly never sit in my house during a snowstorm worrying about it caving in on me, or flooding. While tropical systems are fun to track, and an awesome display of nature, they are undeniably deadly and destructive. They almost always result in widespread damage if not total destruction, and deaths in many cases. I do not want my friends' new house at the shore flattened or flooded beyond repair; I don't want entire blocks of housing in shore towns wiped off the map; I do not want my roof blown off, a tree crashing through my bedroom, or my basement flooded -- nor any of those things for any of my neighbors or friends; I do not want people to be without power for days or weeks at a time. I remember during Sandy hearing the winds whipping outside, hearing the roof ripping off my apartment building, watching the normally sturdy utility poles swaying and thinking "man, these are 70 mph winds, I can't imagine how scary it would be if they were 100 mph or 120 mph." So, while people are free to wish for whatever they want, I will continue to wish that this thing (and every other tropical system in the future) either goes out to sea, or if it does impact us, it does so as a significantly weakened extra-tropical low with just some moderate rain and wind. Just my personal preference.

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Post by docstox12 on Sat Sep 02, 2017 7:44 am

algae888 wrote:You know if you like tornadoes Oklahoma is a good place to live hurricanes the Gulf Coast and winter storms the Northeast baby with that big beautiful warm body of water call the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains to our West enhancing lift that is why when I retire I am moving North maybe near Doc and CP and buy a big seated snowblower to plow my feet of snow Very Happy

Al, would love to have you join me and CP up here in the Hudson Valley contingent.The elevation has made this MUCH better for snow than where I came from in Mahwah, just 25 miles away but 300 feet lower.The colder temps, about 5 degrees colder than Mahwah, lead to better ratios.We get the early season events.I remeber the Thanksgiving snow event where we got 9 inches here and Mahwah maybe a slushy 2 or 3.We are still close enough to the coast to get more snow in the "S and E" events of recent years.I remember an event where the guys from way up north had an inch or two and CP and I got around 10.There have been 70 inch total snow years up here, something I never saw in Mahwah save '95-'96.LOL, you'll need that seated snow blower friend up here!!!!!
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Post by dkodgis on Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:02 am

Yes do come up to the valley but bring your checkbook too. Taxes are high but you probably have it worse where you are.
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Post by gigs68 on Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:40 am

Math23x7 wrote:Last year at this time, Hurricane Hermine looked to threaten the NYC region.  Of course, it did not pan out as the models projected it would.  However, despite all of that, I found Billg's post regarding excitement or weather events to be very informative.  Of all the extreme weather events one could experience (Blizzard, Tornado, Hurricane, etc.), I would much rather experience the Blizzard for reasons Billg wrote:

This is not a criticism or judgment of anyone else, but just my personal feeling and my personal concerns/fears. While I will occasionally pull for us to get buried under a snowstorm, I will never wish for a strong hurricane or tropical system to make a direct hit on us. Snowstorms are fun to track, amazing to watch, leave a beautiful landscape of snow cover, and are fun for kids (and some adults) to play in. While there are certainly dangers with any storm, and snowstorms can result in some damage and fatalities, they are far more isolated and less frequent with snowstorms than tropical systems. I certainly never sit in my house during a snowstorm worrying about it caving in on me, or flooding. While tropical systems are fun to track, and an awesome display of nature, they are undeniably deadly and destructive. They almost always result in widespread damage if not total destruction, and deaths in many cases. I do not want my friends' new house at the shore flattened or flooded beyond repair; I don't want entire blocks of housing in shore towns wiped off the map; I do not want my roof blown off, a tree crashing through my bedroom, or my basement flooded -- nor any of those things for any of my neighbors or friends; I do not want people to be without power for days or weeks at a time. I remember during Sandy hearing the winds whipping outside, hearing the roof ripping off my apartment building, watching the normally sturdy utility poles swaying and thinking "man, these are 70 mph winds, I can't imagine how scary it would be if they were 100 mph or 120 mph." So, while people are free to wish for whatever they want, I will continue to wish that this thing (and every other tropical system in the future) either goes out to sea, or if it does impact us, it does so as a significantly weakened extra-tropical low with just some moderate rain and wind. Just my personal preference.

Well said Math.  It blows my mind that people are somehow rooting for a tri-state landfall.  Have we not been watching what has happened in Texas during Harvey, Louisianna after Katrina, Florida after Andrew, tristate after Sandy.  Makes you wonder if those rooting for a landfall have families, houses etc.  These people lost everything they worked their whole lives for.  It's devastating and I don't want to see IRMA go anywhere except OTS.

That being said, all you guys do an awesome job of weather analysis. I tell all my friends and family to go to your website instead of watching the weather forecast on TV.


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Post by docstox12 on Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:27 am

gigs68 wrote:
Math23x7 wrote:Last year at this time, Hurricane Hermine looked to threaten the NYC region.  Of course, it did not pan out as the models projected it would.  However, despite all of that, I found Billg's post regarding excitement or weather events to be very informative.  Of all the extreme weather events one could experience (Blizzard, Tornado, Hurricane, etc.), I would much rather experience the Blizzard for reasons Billg wrote:

This is not a criticism or judgment of anyone else, but just my personal feeling and my personal concerns/fears. While I will occasionally pull for us to get buried under a snowstorm, I will never wish for a strong hurricane or tropical system to make a direct hit on us. Snowstorms are fun to track, amazing to watch, leave a beautiful landscape of snow cover, and are fun for kids (and some adults) to play in. While there are certainly dangers with any storm, and snowstorms can result in some damage and fatalities, they are far more isolated and less frequent with snowstorms than tropical systems. I certainly never sit in my house during a snowstorm worrying about it caving in on me, or flooding. While tropical systems are fun to track, and an awesome display of nature, they are undeniably deadly and destructive. They almost always result in widespread damage if not total destruction, and deaths in many cases. I do not want my friends' new house at the shore flattened or flooded beyond repair; I don't want entire blocks of housing in shore towns wiped off the map; I do not want my roof blown off, a tree crashing through my bedroom, or my basement flooded -- nor any of those things for any of my neighbors or friends; I do not want people to be without power for days or weeks at a time. I remember during Sandy hearing the winds whipping outside, hearing the roof ripping off my apartment building, watching the normally sturdy utility poles swaying and thinking "man, these are 70 mph winds, I can't imagine how scary it would be if they were 100 mph or 120 mph." So, while people are free to wish for whatever they want, I will continue to wish that this thing (and every other tropical system in the future) either goes out to sea, or if it does impact us, it does so as a significantly weakened extra-tropical low with just some moderate rain and wind. Just my personal preference.

Well said Math.  It blows my mind that people are somehow rooting for a tri-state landfall.  Have we not been watching what has happened in Texas during Harvey, Louisianna after Katrina, Florida after Andrew, tristate after Sandy.  Makes you wonder if those rooting for a landfall have families, houses etc.  These people lost everything they worked their whole lives for.  It's devastating and I don't want to see IRMA go anywhere except OTS.

I agree 100% with you and Math on this.We own our own home and my 96 year old Mom in the Fort Lee Nj area has her own home too.I want this to go OTS myself.However, I think members are just excited about this possible storm from a weather observation standpoint.I have been a member here a long time and the people here are all wonderful and I know that nobody would want any harm to come to others property or family.This event is causing excitement from a meteorological point of view like we have when a huge winter snowstorm is modeled a week or so out.Well, that's just MHO anyway.
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gigs68 wrote:
Math23x7 wrote:Last year at this time, Hurricane Hermine looked to threaten the NYC region.  Of course, it did not pan out as the models projected it would.  However, despite all of that, I found Billg's post regarding excitement or weather events to be very informative.  Of all the extreme weather events one could experience (Blizzard, Tornado, Hurricane, etc.), I would much rather experience the Blizzard for reasons Billg wrote:

This is not a criticism or judgment of anyone else, but just my personal feeling and my personal concerns/fears. While I will occasionally pull for us to get buried under a snowstorm, I will never wish for a strong hurricane or tropical system to make a direct hit on us. Snowstorms are fun to track, amazing to watch, leave a beautiful landscape of snow cover, and are fun for kids (and some adults) to play in. While there are certainly dangers with any storm, and snowstorms can result in some damage and fatalities, they are far more isolated and less frequent with snowstorms than tropical systems. I certainly never sit in my house during a snowstorm worrying about it caving in on me, or flooding. While tropical systems are fun to track, and an awesome display of nature, they are undeniably deadly and destructive. They almost always result in widespread damage if not total destruction, and deaths in many cases. I do not want my friends' new house at the shore flattened or flooded beyond repair; I don't want entire blocks of housing in shore towns wiped off the map; I do not want my roof blown off, a tree crashing through my bedroom, or my basement flooded -- nor any of those things for any of my neighbors or friends; I do not want people to be without power for days or weeks at a time. I remember during Sandy hearing the winds whipping outside, hearing the roof ripping off my apartment building, watching the normally sturdy utility poles swaying and thinking "man, these are 70 mph winds, I can't imagine how scary it would be if they were 100 mph or 120 mph." So, while people are free to wish for whatever they want, I will continue to wish that this thing (and every other tropical system in the future) either goes out to sea, or if it does impact us, it does so as a significantly weakened extra-tropical low with just some moderate rain and wind. Just my personal preference.

Well said Math.  It blows my mind that people are somehow rooting for a tri-state landfall.  Have we not been watching what has happened in Texas during Harvey, Louisianna after Katrina, Florida after Andrew, tristate after Sandy.  Makes you wonder if those rooting for a landfall have families, houses etc.  These people lost everything they worked their whole lives for.  It's devastating and I don't want to see IRMA go anywhere except OTS.

I agree 100% with you and Math on this.We own our own home and my 96 year old Mom in the Fort Lee Nj area has her own home too.I want this to go OTS myself.However, I think members are just excited about this possible storm from a weather observation standpoint.I have been a member here a long time and the people here are all wonderful and I know that nobody would want any harm to come to others property or family.This event is causing excitement from a meteorological point of view like we have when a huge winter snowstorm is modeled a week or so out.Well, that's just MHO anyway.

Thanks Doc I respect that. You guys are awesome and hurricanes and their power are exciting but unfortunately destructive. It's a very tough balance. Just getting very concerned about this storm
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