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    Weather Alert - Get Ready If Your East Of The Pacific

    A series of rain and wind storms are just off the Oregon coast and moving onshore this evening. Every storm from here moves East and makes an impression on your local area to one extreme or another. Be prepared . . . .
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    Hiya,

    I find this forecast is pretty reliable, most of the time.......

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    Meh...

    All of that will get shoved south before it gets close to Iowa.

    The Canadians are dumping their cold air faster than at Pacific storm can move east.
    Folks down in Texas might enjoy the Rain though.

    We really need to do something about the Canadian export imbalance of cold air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomd999 View Post
    Hiya,

    I find this forecast is pretty reliable, most of the time.......

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    Ah, the "Hippy Dippy Weatherman"!X50!

    I don't drink the "Jim Cantore Coolaid" and judging by the dire predictions for my area last time Ma Nature changes her mind right after somebody issues a "prediction". Notice that all the weather services are much better with "postdictions" than "predictions"...

    However, cynicism aside I just lit the incense by my snow man fetish doll and walked around it 7 times...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingeryote View Post
    Meh...

    All of that will get shoved south before it gets close to Iowa.

    The Canadians are dumping their cold air faster than at Pacific storm can move east.
    Folks down in Texas might enjoy the Rain though.

    We really need to do something about the Canadian export imbalance of cold air.
    I've always thought it should be taxed. A strong tariff might get them to start controlling the output.
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    Continued wind and rain last night and today. 3/4 " in last 24hrs. Gravel road to the paved road is probably washing out some. I didn't even go out today, I'll wait for a break to take the scrapper and fill the river channel once again. It's been an ongoing effort as for years my neighbor graded it to have to have a low channel down the center, I didn't have my 1026R then. Now every time it rains, guess what happens!! No surprise for me. Been working on it but it will take time or a larger piece of equipment the mine.
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    Fairly good day today with a few weather breaks so I graded my gravel road. Mild and quiet this evening, just wondering if our stormy weather was coming to an end early. . . . Then my iphone beeped a Weather Alert . . . round 2, or is it 3, coming soon.
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    I can't seem to get the rain, but I sure have got the WIND!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I can't seem to get the rain, but I sure have got the WIND!
    I absolutely refuse to get sucked into replying directly to that comment (or observation).
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    Quiet a little more yesterday and this morning. I was all set to say looks like we'll get a break for awhile, but just checked the forecast and it looks like we might have a little
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