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FEBRUARY 2018 - Roller Coaster WX To End February

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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby BlueJay » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:38 am

Thanks for sharing this great article about the February 14, 1895 snow! It is certainly a reminder how the weather has always played such an important part of our everyday lives. I'm glad we are not experiencing such a snowmageddon today.
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby TxLady » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:48 pm

I swear I'm beginning to talk with a British accent! Although I've not visited London, I feel as if our current weather pattern has me living there. It will be so nice to see some sunshine! I'm not looking forward to the heat of summer; but, a mild spring would be wonderful! :)
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby jasons » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:05 pm

Fog has lifted, I see some sun, it's 75 degrees...oh happy day!!! :)
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Arctic Cold Returning?

Postby redneckweather » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:24 pm

On Jan. 28th

redneckweather wrote:Latest GFS says what frozen precip? lol I feel pretty darn confident we have seen our winter excitement this winter season. Days are getting longer and the jasmine will be blooming mid February. Come on Spring time!



Speaking of which, I need to go look around and see if the Jasmine is showing up in the trees yet. The transition from winter to spring is upon us.
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby BlueJay » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:32 pm

Look! Quick! The sun is indeed peeking out!
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby jasons » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:48 pm

80F at Hobby, 79F at Bush so far....quite a bit warmer than forecast....
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby DoctorMu » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:32 pm

Weather that mold and mildew will love ahead for awhile.
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby ticka1 » Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:22 pm

Fog rolled into East Baytown around 6:00 pm - looks like another foggy night amd morning.
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby DoctorMu » Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:26 pm

Dew point of 66°F and foggy. Feels and smells like Rotting Biomass out there! Jason's compost should be happy. :lol:

The ONE thing I miss about the 10 Year Drought was the NW flow - dry air, lower dew point. Sunny mild days in the Spring and Fall and cooler nights...reminds me of North Carolina weather where I grew up. It could be 80°F and sunny, but upper 50s at night. Fall and Spring tended to be drier than winter or summer. Great golf weather - in the Fall Indian Summer could go on it seemed forever.

Looks like our polar vortex weather, with the split, is now in Europe.

All the models are wet, wet, wet for the next 7-10 days. The sun may make an appearance at the end of the month.


London is getting the vortex and more sun. :roll:
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Re: FEBRUARY 2018 - Warming Trend/Weekend Stalling Cold Fron

Postby Thundersleet » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:39 am

So, what precisely does all of this mean for SE Tx & the state of Tx in whole, is the season of Winter ❄️ done with everyone for the remainder of this month & then the weather turns sharply icier, colder during the 1st half of Mach?
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