Severe Weather Vol 2-Featuring SATP

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  1. #11901
    I reckon other people got a problem or two, but that cool front moving through Tulsa feels mighty good.
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  2. #11902
    Originally Posted by Strangers View Post
    Figures it would ****ing turn north. I wanted to see chaos, another bust.
    It will be chaotic on every one of these barrier islands from Singer Island (Palm Beach) to Jekyl Island. (GA). Whether you'll see it depends upon the media. But it will be bad.

  3. #11903
    Jax high tide is 1pm so that could be bad if it hits them around then.

    Eye wall got bigger too

  4. #11904
    HRRR puts 100+ mph winds just NE of Orlando




  5. #11905
    it is currently 30 degrees in the panhandle.....and 71 at broken bow...
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    Originally Posted by 87sooner View Post
    it is currently 30 degrees in the panhandle.....and 71 at broken bow...
    I use to hate living in on the high plains this time of year ….. Because that 30 degrees usually comes with a stout wind that sired up the tumble weeds and blowing dirt.

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    Man this Hurricane is spinning right off the coast of Daytona Beach now just churning away. Jax has high tide at 1ish too and might get pounded with surge.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerVikeThunder View Post
    Man this Hurricane is spinning right off the coast of Daytona Beach now just churning away. Jax has high tide at 1ish too and might get pounded with surge.
    Played golf in Jacksonville (Amelia Island) last year. There was an ENORMOUS house on the course that faced the Atlantic....house, a golf hole, beach then the ocean. Not sure how much damage that thing will endure, it was a multi-million $ home. Many millions I would guess. I think it even had huge doors that would pull down over the windows, presumably for hurricanes.


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    I’m wondering about the possibilities of Mathew circling around and making its way into the GOM and regenerating?

  10. #11910
    Originally Posted by pphilfran View Post
    I say the eye never comes ashore. Within spitting distance.
    Do I get a Gold Star. Or do I have to wait till it clears Georgia and the Carolina's?
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  11. #11911
    That mother is just trying to come on land, but something is pushing it away!

  12. #11912
    Prevailing winds and currents. That is what they do. Curve right.

  13. #11913
    Bushmaster is this you?

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    Originally Posted by Julz View Post
    Bushmaster is this you?
    lol, no. i was sitting in a bar drinking.

  15. #11915
    Given a choice between the big gal and Matthew, I think I'd rather fight the storm -


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    BTW, the HRRR SUCKED on this storm.

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    Originally Posted by SoonerAmongThePack View Post
    BTW, the HRRR SUCKED on this storm.
    What does this mean? That the track?

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    Say what? Owner of tower rides out storm in middle of ocean

    http://bigstory.ap.org/8d85fc616ffa47668e603f1ed2438215

    I have a friend who regularly goes out to Frying Pan Tower to help with the maintenance. It's a pretty cool place for a Bed and Breakfast - far enough offshore (34 mi) that there's no land visible in a full 360 degree view, and also far enough out that they're in the Gulf Stream, so there's a ton of fish (and sharks) that hang out there.



    Here's a clip of the livecam from Saturday...

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    Originally Posted by Strangers View Post
    What does this mean? That the track?
    Yes, it persistently brought it ashore in Florida and Georgia despite assimilating the radar and having a good view of the storm. Looks like the physics and dynamics of hurricanes surpass the data assimilation the HRRR relies on to be so good.

  20. #11920
    a cool 54 degrees here this morning after the cold front blew in...

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    NWS Norman [email protected] 12m12 minutes ago
    Cheers Gage & Buffalo #Oklahoma you beat out Death Valley #California for the hottest temp in the Continental US Today, 102 F! #okwx #yay

  22. #11922
    BOOM!!!

    Where did these thunderstorms come from. No rain, yet, but booming thunder.

    Doppler Dog is concerned.

  23. #11923
    From 88 to 67.

    Damn bipolar weather.

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    Originally Posted by pphilfran View Post
    BOOM!!!

    Where did these thunderstorms come from. No rain, yet, but booming thunder.

    Doppler Dog is concerned.

    They were talking about them all day. Kept saying to expect half dollar hail

  25. #11925
    love this weather...
    hope we stay in 70s-80s for another month...

  26. #11926
    A good (& long) article from 538 on whether or not Moore is statistically more likely to get bad tornadoes or if they've just been incredibly unlikely.

    http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/tornadoes/
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    My ankle hurts. Must be an F5

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    Getting down to 57 here tonight

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    Originally Posted by Organic Potatoes View Post
    A good (& long) article from 538 on whether or not Moore is statistically more likely to get bad tornadoes or if they've just been incredibly unlikely.

    http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/tornadoes/
    Very interesting article. Thanks for sharing.
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  30. #11930
    i am loving this weather....and the 7 day forecast...

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    How big of hail is this producing?







  32. #11932
    Do we get a fall season this year?

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    Originally Posted by Sooner Showtime View Post
    Do we get a fall season this year?
    I really hope so. I'm tired of the heat.
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    Originally Posted by Sooner Showtime View Post
    Do we get a fall season this year?
    hopefully it will be from thanksgiving to Christmas...

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    Originally Posted by ChpThril View Post
    How big of hail is this producing?






    A customer of ours sent us this from outside Ada.

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  36. #11936
    one more warm day....
    first cold front of the year coming in friday......first freeze this weekend...
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    Latest 90 degree day recorded by the Mesonet today.

    I'm camping in the Wichitas with the boys this weekend. Should be nice and chilly.

  38. #11938
    Originally Posted by Fostercluck View Post
    Latest 90 degree day recorded by the Mesonet today.

    I'm camping in the Wichitas with the boys this weekend. Should be nice and chilly.
    Camp Doris. Get a site by the lake.

  39. #11939
    Originally Posted by pphilfran View Post
    Camp Doris. Get a site by the lake.
    So is Doppler Dog all fattened up for the winter?

  40. #11940
    Originally Posted by SoonerVikeThunder View Post
    So is Doppler Dog all fattened up for the winter?
    Yep. She is fat and sassy. Working on a pig ear right now.
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  41. #11941
    Originally Posted by pphilfran View Post
    Yep. She is fat and sassy. Working on a pig ear right now.
    Who got the tail?

  42. #11942
    Originally Posted by sheepdogs View Post
    Who got the tail?
    Poke J.
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    So my beard is down to my collarbone and that wind today was not cool.
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    Originally Posted by pphilfran View Post
    Camp Doris. Get a site by the lake.
    Fawn Creek since we were with our scout troop. Site was in terrible shape. Overgrown with dead oak limbs and invasive cedars everywhere, excessive multiple stacks of firewood at each site, and two years of above average rainfall generating an undergrowth that clogged out the trails leading to the bouldering grounds to the N and NW. Never seen a campground in such need of a controlled burn (and some dozer work).

    Dog Run Hollow trail was great though. There's been enough recent rain that all the smaller hollows feeding in had active springs.
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  45. #11945
    Originally Posted by Fostercluck View Post
    Fawn Creek since we were with our scout troop. Site was in terrible shape. Overgrown with dead oak limbs and invasive cedars everywhere, excessive multiple stacks of firewood at each site, and two years of above average rainfall generating an undergrowth that clogged out the trails leading to the bouldering grounds to the N and NW. Never seen a campground in such need of a controlled burn (and some dozer work).

    Dog Run Hollow trail was great though. There's been enough recent rain that all the smaller hollows feeding in had active springs.
    Although I didn't get to go,our troop was hiking down there as well.

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    Originally Posted by Wailer View Post
    Although I didn't get to go,our troop was hiking down there as well.
    Elk City? They were in Site A... one of their ASMs had the same OU hoodie I was wearing... we were in Site B. C had a troop from Wichita Falls that TWICE left a fire unattended in an unacceptable condition (not adequately extinguished). Considering the wind picked up yesterday morning (howling on the rocks, I got wind burn bouldering), these guys were certifiable idiots.

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    Originally Posted by Fostercluck View Post
    Fawn Creek since we were with our scout troop. Site was in terrible shape. Overgrown with dead oak limbs and invasive cedars everywhere, excessive multiple stacks of firewood at each site, and two years of above average rainfall generating an undergrowth that clogged out the trails leading to the bouldering grounds to the N and NW. Never seen a campground in such need of a controlled burn (and some dozer work).

    Dog Run Hollow trail was great though. There's been enough recent rain that all the smaller hollows feeding in had active springs.
    Is any of that due to the state budget crisis, or are those campgrounds private?

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    Originally Posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
    Is any of that due to the state budget crisis, or are those campgrounds private?
    It's all federal. I kinda wonder if they are waiting for some troop to come through and do it as a service project, but at this point the magnitude for even one site is beyond all but the largest troops. If this were a camp in our council, it would require a council-wide work day. Most of what has to be done would need to be done by adults.
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  50. #11950
    7.3 earthquake off the coast of Japan. 6.5 earthquake off of New Zealand in the same day?


    It's gotta be Godzilla.
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