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Post #81 - 30 Jul 2020, 21:40

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Post #82 - 31 Jul 2020, 07:02

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Post #83 - 04 Aug 2020, 11:55

The worst of yesterday's hurricane stayed to our east along with the associated tornadoes. All we got were breezy conditions and some needed rain. :)

The hurricane is predicted to hug the coast as it heads north.
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Post #84 - 04 Aug 2020, 12:41

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Tue Aug 04, 2020 11:55 am wrote:The worst of yesterday's hurricane stayed to our east along with the associated tornadoes. All we got were breezy conditions and some needed rain. :)

The hurricane is predicted to hug the coast as it heads north.

Glad you missed the worst , FHC. :)

Just damp and drizzly here.
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Post #85 - 04 Aug 2020, 13:06

It was nice to have a day in the 70s and some rain...glad the tornadoes and high winds stayed east - Thanks :)
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Post #86 - 04 Aug 2020, 17:59

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Today, 12:06 wrote:It was nice to have a day in the 70s and some rain...glad the tornadoes and high winds stayed east - Thanks :)


I have no idea what 'the 70s' temperature is. It is Fahrenheit isn't it? We don't use that in England. Celsius or Centigrade here. (actually the same scale; just different names.) Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius and boils at 100 degrees Celsius. Are you familiar with this in the US? Seems like a better scale to me. Actually Scientists use the Kelvin scale. I used it all the time studying Chemistry at University. 'Absolute zero' is as cold as you can possibly get (when molecules have no energy at all; never quite achieved in a laboratory.) It is -273.15 Celsius and - 459.67 Fahrenheit. Kelvin has the same graduation scale as Celsius, so water freezes at 273.15 K and boils at 373.15 K.

Lord Kelvin (1824-1907) was a Scientist at Glasgow University hence in Glasgow there is the River Kelvin, Kelvingrove Park etc
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Post #87 - 04 Aug 2020, 18:06

Happy Jack » Tue Aug 04, 2020 5:59 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Today, 12:06 wrote:It was nice to have a day in the 70s and some rain...glad the tornadoes and high winds stayed east - Thanks :)


I have no idea what 'the 70s' temperature is. It is Fahrenheit isn't it? We don't use that in England. Celsius or Centigrade here. (actually the same scale; just different names.) Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius and boils at 100 degrees Celsius. Are you familiar with this in the US? Seems like a better scale to me. Actually Scientists use the Kelvin scale. I used it all the time studying Chemistry at University. 'Absolute zero' is as cold as you can possibly get (when molecules have no energy at all; never quite achieved in a laboratory.) It is -273.15 Celsius and - 459.67 Fahrenheit. Kelvin has the same graduation scale as Celsius, so water freezes at 273.15 K and boils at 373.15 K.

Lord Kelvin (1824-1907) was a Scientist at Glasgow University hence in Glasgow there is the River Kelvin, Kelvingrove Park etc

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Post #88 - 04 Aug 2020, 18:14

dannynomates » 6 minutes ago wrote:
Happy Jack » Tue Aug 04, 2020 5:59 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Today, 12:06 wrote:It was nice to have a day in the 70s and some rain...glad the tornadoes and high winds stayed east - Thanks :)


I have no idea what 'the 70s' temperature is. It is Fahrenheit isn't it? We don't use that in England. Celsius or Centigrade here. (actually the same scale; just different names.) Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius and boils at 100 degrees Celsius. Are you familiar with this in the US? Seems like a better scale to me. Actually Scientists use the Kelvin scale. I used it all the time studying Chemistry at University. 'Absolute zero' is as cold as you can possibly get (when molecules have no energy at all; never quite achieved in a laboratory.) It is -273.15 Celsius and - 459.67 Fahrenheit. Kelvin has the same graduation scale as Celsius, so water freezes at 273.15 K and boils at 373.15 K.

Lord Kelvin (1824-1907) was a Scientist at Glasgow University hence in Glasgow there is the River Kelvin, Kelvingrove Park etc

God you're boring.

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Just because I know more than you about temperature scales. And I didn't have to look up Wikipedia you cunt. :finger:

(Only used the internet for the Fahrenheit 'absolute zero' figure, but that was for our American friend.) :huh:
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Post #89 - 05 Aug 2020, 16:57

As the remains of the hurricane exited the east coast of the USA for Canada, Mt Washington recorded a wind gust of 147 mph.

They say there is one valley where there are 1000s of hats that were blown of the heads of hikers and the peculiar vortex deposited them there. Of course if you live long enough "they say" just about everything. :D

The wind did blow 147 mph - that's official.
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Post #90 - 05 Aug 2020, 17:16

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Wed Aug 05, 2020 4:57 pm wrote:As the remains of the hurricane exited the east coast of the USA for Canada, Mt Washington recorded a wind gust of 147 mph.

They say there is one valley where there are 1000s of hats that were blown of the heads of hikers and the peculiar vortex deposited them there. Of course if you live long enough "they say" just about everything. :D

The wind did blow 147 mph - that's official.

That's a lot of mph. :D

I found this BBC link that shows the wind speed and direction right now all over the world.

http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20161013 ... -right-now

You can move the planet around with your cursor and click on points where you want the information. It could do with being a bit more detailed though.
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Post #91 - 05 Aug 2020, 17:29

I visited the site and it's very interesting. I also read some of the associated reports at the site and found some fascinating stuff. Thanks. :)
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Post #92 - 05 Aug 2020, 19:15

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Wed Aug 05, 2020 5:29 pm wrote:I visited the site and it's very interesting. I also read some of the associated reports at the site and found some fascinating stuff. Thanks. :)

I'm not sure if you tried this, but if you go to the creator's site, you can play around with the globe with all sorts of devices - scroll in with your mouse for closer detail and click "earth" at the bottom left for access to various different weather details.

https://earth.nullschool.net/
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Post #93 - 06 Aug 2020, 23:13

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