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  1. Good morning! What a beautiful day yesterday! And today. And tomorrow. And the next day. And the next day. Are you sensing a pattern here? πŸ™‚ You know the weather is slow, when I click on my Tweetdeck tab in Chrome and find the same tweets that I saw when I went to bed. SLOW. This is the way the weather looks around the US today (300 mb isobars/temps/water vapor). A very large and deep trough resides over the north central part of the country right now and that is evident by the tightly packed isobars and cold temperatures. We want to see one of these dip its way south this winter. O
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  2. Meanwhile, back in the upper peninsula of Michigan...
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  3. Good morning! Looks like we're waking up to cloudy skies this morning, and that will mark the beginning of a slight change in the pattern for us. On the morning map (850/700/300 mb isobars/850 mb winds/water vapor/temps) you can see high pressure ridging down the east side of the Appalachian's and even weakly extending all the way to MS/AR/LA. The next 7 days will only bring light amounts of rainfall if you get any at all, since there is no real mechanism to produce any rain. However.... ...there are discrepancies between the GFS and Euro thr
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  4. Good Tuesday morning! The morning map (MSLP,850,700 mb isobars/temps/water vapor) shows high pressure nosing into our area from the east at the low to mid levels, and that means our moisture levels will be on the increase as we move toward the end of the week. Notice how we have patterns of warm and dry and then cool and wet? If you look down on the northern hemisphere you will see areas of lower pressures that rotate around the hemisphere in a counter-clockwise rotation. Those are called planetary wave patterns and those waves are Rossby Waves. I'll
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  5. Good morning! It's a little breezy out there this morning! I had a 29 mph wind gust around 5:01 am this morning. It seems to have died down some but it is still blowing. There will be some clouds and light showers passing through this morning as our cold front pushes south. On the morning map (300 mb isobars/850 mb winds/700 mb winds/water vapor) you can see the trough swinging through this morning and along with it a line of very light showers. The front will continue to push south through the and bring much drier and cooler air to our area.
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  6. Good morning! If you like warm fall days, today will be one of those! Today will be the last one for a few days as a fall cold front pushes through tomorrow and brings at least a couple of days of cool dry weather. On the big map this morning (300 mb isobars/temps/850 mb winds) you can see the big trough over the central part of the US and the colder temperatures that are traveling with it. It's early in the season so the incoming temperatures will moderate before arriving here. But each time we get a cold front we take another step down as our temperatures trend down toward winter.
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  7. It really is. I was shocked. It took me a while to figure out what was going on. Once I saw other stations here showing the same thing I was a little more relieved. It was pretty crazy.
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  8. Good morning! Well Saturday was for me a stereotypical fall day for north Georgia. Blue skies, crisp temperatures, and breezy winds made for a perfect day. I'm a little concerned that all the winds we're having may be stripping some of the leaves off the trees a little prematurely but we'll see. Those winds may be a little gusty today as well. And as I suspected, I never made it out of the 50's yesterday, I had a high of 57.9ΒΊ F. So far this month yesterday was the coolest day and night. Day is defined as 6am-6pm and night is of course 6pm-6am. You can see all of this information on the m
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  9. Good morning! It's a little brisk out there this morning isn't it? πŸ™‚ I recorded a 30 mph wind gust a little after 4 am this morning and a 32 mph gust yesterday, so we've definitely had some winds. And along with the wind comes the cold air riding in with them. On this mornings map (temps/850 mb winds/300 mb isobars) you can see that a surface high is sitting over the boothill of Missouri/west TN and that is wrapping colder air into our area this morning. That high will continue to shift east as the day progresses and keep us crisp and clear. Here in my neck of the woods
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  11. Some early season eye candy for the Southeast on the 06Z GFS out in 10+ day fantasy land! 🀣 Some good surges of fall weather certainly look to be in order though!
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  12. Good morning! I was REALLY surprised this morning when I woke up to 67 degrees outside.... I was suppose to drop to close to 50. So I start checking my equipment and restart the software. I go back downstairs and go outside and low and behold... it really was 67 degrees. I have another remote sensor on the upper deck and it also read 67 degrees. What the heck??? So I start digging a little further. I look on the Big Map and I see this. These are temperatures. Do you see any 67's? Neither did I. I mean Jasper was 49. So I go look at Big Canoe temperatures on Weatherc
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