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PostSun Jul 07, 2019 4:31 pm 
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this afternoon a heavy tstorm came thru area. started with lite rain then turn to small pea size hail which became larger as the storm progressed and the stones got as big as moth balls and came down very heavy.

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PostMon Jul 08, 2019 11:22 am 
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I got hailed on a week ago at Harts Pass.  A friend reported the same in the MFK of all places.
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PostMon Jul 08, 2019 4:40 pm 
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This has been the coolest June/July that I remember.  Thank you Global warming.  LOL moon.gif

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PostMon Jul 08, 2019 5:35 pm 
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We may be having a cool summer so far here but that is not true in Anchorage Alaska or Europe

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PostFri Jul 12, 2019 1:24 pm 
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Backpacker Joe wrote:
This has been the coolest June/July that I remember.  Thank you Global warming.  LOL moon.gif

Weather is not climate and outliers do not indicate patterns. Really shouldn't have to explain that in 2019...

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PostSat Jul 13, 2019 5:30 am 
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I have a NOAA weather cube radio. The statistics for southwestern montana counties for june 2019 were: the coldest month since 1973 and the wettest since 2014 and the latest snowfall since 2014.
A look at the farmers almanac reveals this coming winter will be above average snowfall and below average temps.
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PostSat Jul 13, 2019 4:06 pm 
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wanderwild wrote:
Backpacker Joe wrote:
This has been the coolest June/July that I remember.  Thank you Global warming.  LOL moon.gif

Weather is not climate and outliers do not indicate patterns. Really shouldn't have to explain that in 2019...

Yes, and it's "climate change" not "global warming". . . Different parts of the world will be affected in different ways by the overall warming of the earth's atmosphere.

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PostSat Jul 13, 2019 4:42 pm 
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Kascadia wrote:
wanderwild wrote:
Backpacker Joe wrote:
This has been the coolest June/July that I remember.  Thank you Global warming.  LOL moon.gif

Weather is not climate and outliers do not indicate patterns. Really shouldn't have to explain that in 2019...

Yes, and it's "climate change" not "global warming". . . Different parts of the world will be affected in different ways by the overall warming of the earth's atmosphere.

You two OCD much?

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PostSat Jul 13, 2019 6:14 pm 
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cdestroyer wrote:
I have a NOAA weather cube radio. The statistics for southwestern montana counties for june 2019 were: the coldest month since 1973 and the wettest since 2014 and the latest snowfall since 2014.
A look at the farmers almanac reveals this coming winter will be above average snowfall and below average temps.

Highly unlikely to have month and a half like February March this year. Despite February being 7 degrees below average in Seattle, for the year we are -.2 degrees average. Bet that is gone by December! Chance of El Nino continuing in fall and winter is still better than 50-50.
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"Climate is what you expect.....weather is what you get."   ( Will Rogers) cool.gif

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PostTue Jul 16, 2019 2:37 pm 
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alpendave wrote:
Kascadia wrote:
wanderwild wrote:
Backpacker Joe wrote:
This has been the coolest June/July that I remember.  Thank you Global warming.  LOL moon.gif

Weather is not climate and outliers do not indicate patterns. Really shouldn't have to explain that in 2019...

Yes, and it's "climate change" not "global warming". . . Different parts of the world will be affected in different ways by the overall warming of the earth's atmosphere.

You two OCD much?

If correcting ignorance and taking issue with a brush off of the greatest threat to humanity is "OCD", then yeah, sure. Otherwise, please. Cut the snark.

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PostTue Jul 16, 2019 8:04 pm 
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Ahhhh...more like the Seattle summers I remember from the 80's.   cool.gif Recall one summer in the early 90's when we had more sun in Sept than June-Aug combined.  BC has had beaucoup rain and a good thing - fire danger is way down.  But despite having hit (maybe exceeded) the average rain for July, we're still down for the year as a whole.

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PostWed Jul 17, 2019 9:57 am 
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wanderwild wrote:
If correcting ignorance and taking issue with a brush off of the greatest threat to humanity is "OCD", then yeah, sure. Otherwise, please. Cut the snark.

The claimed 'greatest threat to humanity', if we're being accurate and correcting ignorance.

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PostWed Jul 17, 2019 11:54 am 
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wanderwild wrote:
alpendave wrote:
You two OCD much?

If correcting ignorance and taking issue with a brush off of the greatest threat to humanity is "OCD", then yeah, sure. Otherwise, please. Cut the snark.

Considering alpendave's title and wanderwild's avatar, this exchange provided some unintended humor
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PostWed Jul 17, 2019 12:10 pm 
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Backpacker Joe wrote:
This has been the coolest June/July that I remember.  Thank you Global warming.  LOL moon.gif

I'm eating bagels, hahahaha world hunger!  Let's all vote Republican and make it worse!!
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