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Post #41 - 15 Dec 2019, 13:54

On Mt Washington, New Hampshire, this morning - elevation 6200 feet - the wind is blowing a steady 91 mph with higher gusts. For whatever reasons, Mt Washington has some of the world's worst weather and is very windy. Gusts over 200 mph occur every few years. They have an interesting web site.
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Post #42 - 15 Dec 2019, 14:08

Greasy Roads » Sun Dec 15, 2019 12:38 pm wrote:
Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Sun Dec 15, 2019 11:54 am wrote:Our 36 hour rainstorm is over and has moved into the NE part of the continent. It's go to 50F today & sunny.

We had massive rainstorms here in the night.

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Post #43 - 15 Dec 2019, 14:40

I see a bicycle being walked in the water by his mistress. That's very kind of her. :)
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Post #44 - 15 Dec 2019, 15:03

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Sun Dec 15, 2019 12:54 pm wrote:On Mt Washington, New Hampshire, this morning - elevation 6200 feet - the wind is blowing a steady 91 mph with higher gusts. For whatever reasons, Mt Washington has some of the world's worst weather and is very windy. Gusts over 200 mph occur every few years. They have an interesting web site.

Here's tonight's forecast - the windchill factor is horrendous - 55-65 below I assume is in centigrade. With the wind, frostbite can occur in 5 minutes. :D

https://www.mountwashington.org/experie ... ecast.aspx

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Post #45 - 15 Dec 2019, 15:26

I checked the site 15 minutes ago and the wind was a steady 101 mph with gusts to 110 mph.

Years ago my wife and I went to the summit on June 30. It was 38F with the occasional snow flurries. A gust of wind blew in and knocked my wife to the ground. When we got to the top we saw that wind was gusting to 105 mph. July 1 was in the 50'sF, sunny and nearly calm and we had a very nice day of hiking.

Thanks for the photo.
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Post #46 - 28 Dec 2019, 16:54

Going for a walk this morning at 1030AM local time, I saw the 22 degree halo around the sun plus the two parhelia(sun dogs) - which were vivid - on either side of the sun on the 22 degree halo. I don't have the opportunity to observe the sky as much as I used to because we live in a forested area and it's uncommon to be in a completely open area. It was nice to see this atmospheric phenomena.
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Post #47 - 28 Dec 2019, 17:06

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Sat Dec 28, 2019 3:54 pm wrote:Going for a walk this morning at 1030AM local time, I saw the 22 degree halo around the sun plus the two parhelia(sun dogs) - which were vivid - on either side of the sun on the 22 degree halo. I don't have the opportunity to observe the sky as much as I used to because we live in a forested area and it's uncommon to be in a completely open area. It was nice to see this atmospheric phenomena.

I had to Google 'parhelia', and it's given me this which is obviously quite stunning. :)

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Post #48 - 28 Dec 2019, 17:32

That's pretty much what I saw except that it wasn't quite so vivid. Often, only the sun dogs appear - no halo. I am sure you have looked into the sky and seen the edges of clouds have a rainbow coloration - its called irredescence(SP?) and is more common than other arcs and halos. These appear in Cirrus clouds which are mostly ice crystals.
I lived on mesa or ridge tops most of my career and the full dome of the sky was available. There's more to see at night but there's a lot of interesting things to see in the day time. The farther north you are, the more apt you are to encounter things like in the picture you posted.
Thanks very much for the photo. :)
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Post #49 - 27 Jan 2020, 21:49

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The 'Tongue Of Ice' is blowing in from Canadia. :radged:
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Post #50 - 27 Jan 2020, 22:08



"Up to an inch of snow in Northern Scotland" - holy fuck! :laugh:

We're getting none of it, the DM is talking bollocks. :rolleyes:
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Post #51 - 27 Jan 2020, 23:11

"Canadia?" - Sounds like a condition treatable by antibiotics.
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Post #52 - 24 Feb 2020, 22:26

What a day, more rain and Pontypriddypool has flooded again. :(


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Post #53 - 25 Feb 2020, 00:30

The Mount Washington, NH, observatory has posted a photo of a Kelvin-Helmholtz cloud it took yesterday. It's a stunning photo of a rare cloud.
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Post #54 - 25 Feb 2020, 00:40

Father Hasil Cocteau, SJ; » Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:30 pm wrote:The Mount Washington, NH, observatory has posted a photo of a Kelvin-Helmholtz cloud it took yesterday. It's a stunning photo of a rare cloud.

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Post #55 - 25 Feb 2020, 08:53

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Post #56 - 25 Feb 2020, 10:43

The sky over Powick. :angry:


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Post #57 - 25 Feb 2020, 22:43

routemaster » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:43 am wrote:The sky over Powick. :angry:


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A six-fingered "hand cloud"!!!!
Not surprising really. They're pretty much all in bred mutants there!!!
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Post #59 - 25 Feb 2020, 22:49

Mushshrooms » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:43 pm wrote:
routemaster » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:43 am wrote:The sky over Powick. :angry:


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A six-fingered "hand cloud"!!!!
Not surprising really. They're pretty much all in bred mutants there!!!

:lol: :clap:
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Post #60 - 25 Feb 2020, 22:56

routemaster » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:49 pm wrote:
Mushshrooms » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:43 pm wrote:
routemaster » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:43 am wrote:The sky over Powick. :angry:


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A six-fingered "hand cloud"!!!!
Not surprising really. They're pretty much all in bred mutants there!!!

:lol: :clap:

Cunts. :grrr:
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