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Woke up itching to apply for the 2020 Bridgestone “White Box” Ball testing.
I don’t thing the heavy stuff’s going to come down for quite awhile...
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Sidewalk Snurfing...
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This seems perfectly normal...
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Doctor says I need a back-e-otomy...
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Touché Colorado...

Ugh....
Well you got the “white” part, maybe the box part later.


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5 minutes ago, Rickp said:


Ugh....
Well you got the “white” part, maybe the box part later.

After two straight hours of shoveling icebergs, the only box I can see in my immediate future is made from Pine and shaped like a coffin.

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After two straight hours of shoveling icebergs, the only box I can see in my immediate future is made from Pine and shaped like a coffin.

I feel your pain after surviving 65 winters in the Northeast.
45’ is now cold.


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@downlowkey after seeing your pictures, I'm not going to complain about the little winter storm we have passing through here in the PNW.   I don't miss that stuff!

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1 hour ago, downlowkey said:

Woke up itching to apply for the 2020 Bridgestone “White Box” Ball testing.

I don’t thing the heavy stuff’s going to come down for quite awhile...

65B5F9FE-1EFC-4EFB-B824-159B3BED07B8.jpeg.f61d292b408be5f84fe439c35b6d9536.jpeg

Sidewalk Snurfing...

13D5EAED-56B8-4C73-8F3C-DB231A315B0E.jpeg.747a2c42a26a5ff39894ece03c877812.jpeg

This seems perfectly normal...

4EE70E64-DB0C-4072-ADDC-1DD02F2CD0F0.jpeg.ee969b15105d185dd45d3185ea6ba3f9.jpeg

Doctor says I need a back-e-otomy...

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Touché Colorado

OMG  - that's all I can say 

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Well we've had snow, rain, more snow and it seems like more rain is on the way. The chilly weather and wet ground makes golf difficult. But that's just life in the midwest.

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Leaving town tomorrow driving to Portland just as the "bomb cyclone" here in the PNW hits our area.  Winds predicted to be 30-40 mph with gusts to 50+  I hope we have a house left to move into next week.

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12 minutes ago, Kenny B said:

Leaving town tomorrow driving to Portland just as the "bomb cyclone" here in the PNW hits our area.  Winds predicted to be 30-40 mph with gusts to 50+  I hope we have a house left to move into next week.

Winds are very high here in Medford....gusting....already lost power once.  Rain/sleet...likely freezing temps soon.  Tomorrow is also expected to be nasty.  Turkey day - better weather.

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11 hours ago, Kenny B said:

Leaving town tomorrow driving to Portland just as the "bomb cyclone" here in the PNW hits our area.  Winds predicted to be 30-40 mph with gusts to 50+  I hope we have a house left to move into next week.

Wher did te "bomb cyclone" term come from.  Never heard it before.

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2 hours ago, pulledabill said:

Wher did te "bomb cyclone" term come from.  Never heard it before.

What makes a storm a “bomb” is how fast the atmospheric pressure falls; falling atmospheric pressure is a characteristic of all storms. By definition, the barometric pressure must drop by at least 24 millibars in 24 hours for a storm to be called a bomb cyclone.  Deep drops in barometric pressure occur when a region of warm air meets one of cold air. The air starts to move, and the rotation of the earth creates a cyclonic effect. The direction is counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere, leading to winds that come out of the northeast — a Nor’easter.  

Not very common here on the west coast.  Our wind here is coming out of the northeast.

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Just a bit windy here. The latest report from the NOAA reporting buoy a couple of miles away from us on Lake Erie. Good weather if you're a surfer. 1953529924_Image-1(12).thumb.jpg.647c6e6b6c0e5bc1eb2798429751869f.jpgIMG_6394.jpg.a8be30709cdb2cdf3bbfd26ba3ead7ba.jpg

 

 

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Just a bit windy here. The latest report from the NOAA reporting buoy a couple of miles away from us on Lake Erie. Good weather if you're a surfer. 1953529924_Image-1(12).thumb.jpg.647c6e6b6c0e5bc1eb2798429751869f.jpgIMG_6394.jpg.a8be30709cdb2cdf3bbfd26ba3ead7ba.jpg
 
 

Lane Erie “High Tide”


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6 hours ago, tony@CIC said:

Just a bit windy here. The latest report from the NOAA reporting buoy a couple of miles away from us on Lake Erie. Good weather if you're a surfer. 1953529924_Image-1(12).thumb.jpg.647c6e6b6c0e5bc1eb2798429751869f.jpgIMG_6394.jpg.a8be30709cdb2cdf3bbfd26ba3ead7ba.jpg

 

 

Looks like the Columbia River today driving through the gorge.

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I don’t ask questions on December 16th and it’s still like this outside. Still shorts weather. What a blessing!
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A touch under 45 degrees here. 

That's Celsius not Fahrenheit. Converts to 112, which is a record high for December here. It's going to be an ugly long hot summer.

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Going back up to the 40's here this weekend and all next week. Snow for Christmas? No thanks I'm over that - I'll take warm temps and sun all day long.


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31º warmer here today than yesterday.  Nice to get out and play without my hands getting cold.  Makes a BIG difference in my score.

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The rain finally stopped! We had a wee of non stop rain here in WA, I know that doesn't surprise a lot of you, but it was a lot of heavy rain. The local course is flooded. half of the holes are entirely under water. The next 5 days are sunny and dry. Hoping to get out for a Christmas Eve round of golf.

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It was 50, sunny and light winds today and the darn courses are closed. Weather tomorrow is supposed to be the same.


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