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Cool.  IMO, we have a topic where everyone can be right.

 

To Kid's point, my first response to this topic was, "now we're posting weather forecasts as topics?

 

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@KidBoy2 wrote:
Typical.

Yesterday you posted.."Trump Reindeers Normally Migrate - NO SNOW..."

Today its "Snow to blanket the South this weekend in major winter storm"

Why did you not make this thread ...Trump to dump snow on the south this weekend? Just asking.

It's called "weather".

 

Sub forty degree rains, freezing temperatures, sleet, ice, and snow in the Southern United States is something that has been known to periodically happen.

It's been happening far longer than a century before anyone ever heard of "global warming"...

 

In the part of the nation where I live, it's normal, expected, and prepared for, since it happens regularly between early October and early May.

 

Up here in the Colorado mountains, we snowmobile, showshoe, cross-country ski, alpine ski, snowboard, ice climb, etc, and hope it happens at least weekly or more often, rather than dread it...

 

And - oh yes - Ivana has always been able to ski both forward and backward better and faster than **bleep**face McClownstick has ever believed he was able to ski - all he can do is tell lies and make himself an embarassment before the world...

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@KidBoy2 wrote:
Typical.

Yesterday you posted.."Trump Reindeers Normally Migrate - NO SNOW..."

Today its "Snow to blanket the South this weekend in major winter storm"

Why did you not make this thread ...Trump to dump snow on the south this weekend? Just asking.

Do you really not understand that Climate Change brought about by Global Warming is causing all of this kind of weather? Trump denies what his own cabinet/party climate scientists have told him. Do you deny it too?


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Typical.

Yesterday you posted.."Trump Reindeers Normally Migrate - NO SNOW..."

Today its "Snow to blanket the South this weekend in major winter storm"

Why did you not make this thread ...Trump to dump snow on the south this weekend? Just asking.
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Snow to blanket the South this weekend in major winter storm

 

Winter storm watches are already in place Thursday for 6 million people in northern Texas, Oklahoma and parts of Arkansas and Missouri.

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Timing: Friday morning through Saturday evening
  • The primary precipitation will begin Friday, with freezing rain and drizzle in the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma and possibly into central Oklahoma. The main winter weather impacts will occur late Friday, with a quick transition from a wintry mix to snow after midnight Friday for places including Oklahoma City.
  • Precipitation in eastern Oklahoma won't turn to snow until later Saturday.
Impacts: Flooding rain, ice and snow
  • Ice accumulations in Texas and Oklahoma could reach one-quarter to one-half inch, respectively.
  • Snowfall in these areas could also top 6 inches. Expect dangerous travel conditions and power outages.
  • Oklahoma City is expected to get one-10th to one-quarter of an inch of ice, plus 4 to 6 inches of snow.
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma, will see less ice and snow, with ice accumulations near one-10th of an inch and snow of 2 to 3 inches.
  • In Texas, the wintry weather will stay in the panhandle and the Red River Valley.
  • Large amounts of rain will impact major Texas cities, including Dallas and Houston.
  • More than 13 million people are under a flood or flash flood watch in eastern Texas. Cities like San Antonio and Houston could see flash flooding as rainfall total could reach 3 to 6 inches and isolated spots could see as much as 10 inches.

Source - https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/06/us/winter-storm-impacts-ok-tx-ar-tn-nc-va-wxc/index.html

 

 

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