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    Elma, NY
    Temp: 34 F
    Humidity: 74%
    Pressure: 29.92 Steady
    Wind: 3 mph SW Peak: 11 mph
    Cloudy skies. A few flurries or snow showers possible. Temps nearly steady in the mid 30s. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph.

    Friday we had a low of -1 and it did not get much about 10. Yesterday temps got up into the 30's and we are expecting 40's by Tuesday then back into the 30's for a couple of days after that.
    Stay healthy my friends.

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    Netherlands, after storm 2 now sunny, 8 C, bit windy.
    Up to March 3 no winter in the books, 2020 the winter that never came.
    Only record high temperatures, lots of rain, storms and western circulation bringing a prolonged Autumn.
    Let spring begin.
    "If the Republicans will stop telling lies about the Democrats, we will stop
    telling the truth about them." - Adlai Stevenson (1900-1965)
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    Queensgate, Oh.

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    Overcast with 50% chance of rain.
    Winds out of SSW @ 13 mph
    Humidity is at 85%

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    Elma, NY
    Temp: 16 F
    Humidity: 70%
    Pressure: 30.00 Rising
    Wind: 2 mph W Peak: 7 mph

    Forecast:
    Variable clouds with snow showers. High 24F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 50%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.

    We've had quite a cold snap over the last couple of days.
    Stay healthy my friends.

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    Queensgate, Ohio

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    Barometer: 29.80 inHg. (Falling)
    falling
    Humidity 86%
    Wind SW. 15mph
    Wind Gust 17mph
    Wind Chill 47F

    Dew Point 48F / 9C
    steady
    Visibility 6.00mi.
    Sunrise 7:07 AM
    Sunset 6:31 PM
    Moon Phase Waxing Gibbous Moon

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    Barometer: 29.90 inHg. (Falling)
    falling
    Humidity 36%
    Wind SW. 15mph
    Wind Gust 17mph
    Wind Chill 52F

    Dew Point 29F
    falling
    Visibility 10.00mi.
    Sunrise 7:04 AM
    Sunset 6:33 PM
    Moon Phase Waxing Gibbous Moon

    https://www.localconditions.com/weat...ti-ohio/45201/

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    We've been getting into more seasonal Spring like conditions but still a lot of rain. The rain makes me feel colder than normal.

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    We haven't had any snow to speak of this entire winter here in the New York City / Southeast New York area. We've had a lot of rain events with unseasonably mild weather followed by clearing and cooler but barely any of the usual winter cold we are used to. Interestingly enout things started off looking like we would be in for a cold one. Late fall brought us an ice storm and some rather cold temperaturesand a few intense snow squalls. Then right around Christmas time it went poof... as if someone threw a switched and turned off the winter and then forgot to turn it back on.

    The reality is the jet stream has been locked in a pattern pretty much all winter where the jet stream is pretty much blocking any cold arctic air from making it;s way down into the northeast. There is a big trough in the middle of the country where the jet stream takes a sharp dip southward allowing some arctic air to roll down into the midwest. But then it takes a very abrupt turn northeast and it pretty much rolls up well north of us leaving the eastern part of the United States (including the northeast) pretty well blocked from receiving any cold arctic air while enabling plenty of warmer, humid air to come up from the south and ultimately giving us a pretty wimpy mild winter with almost no snow to speak of.

    Hopefully next winter will be kickass but I've pretty much written off this winter as a "non-winter". P.S. Even last winter which was pretty wimpy comes across like a tiger compared to this winter.
    I keep my 2 feet on the ground, and my head in the twilight zone.

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    John, in my opinion, it's better than an unstable Arctic air mass that finds its way way further South than my liking. I know you've talked about moving to Alaska before. This may be your year.

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    Warmest winter since in 1883 records started, rain, storms whatever.
    Now sunny day 9 to 10 C time to build in the 4K dashcam in the car, after camera will have to wait till later...
    "If the Republicans will stop telling lies about the Democrats, we will stop
    telling the truth about them." - Adlai Stevenson (1900-1965)
    Im not liberal/conservative, Im anti-idiotarian.
    At some point in the last 20 years, the left moved to the center, and the right moved into a mental institution

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