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Windows 7: Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI

24 Jan 2016   #11
ThrashZone

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In my defense if you're on the street which police would be on while observing the lawlessness the house is behind the the sidewalk
View perception was off a tad

Nice title by the way
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24 Jan 2016   #12
Layback Bear

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About the time you get the sidewalks and fire hydrant cleared a snow plow truck will come by and just cover them up again. Where else can they push the snow to?
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24 Jan 2016   #13
Anak

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I accept your 'off a tad', I myself have seemed to be preoccupied lately. Thank you for your kind words about the title.

Remember:
Quote:
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans".
John Lennon, from "Beautiful Boy" English singer & songwriter (1940 - 1980)
Ours aren't that busy Bear (overtime); They've been on 12hour shifts since Thursday, and all our spaces seem to be full, these pixs are in no particular order.
Oh, I will be talking with the TWP 'bout how the lane was plowed, notice how my side is higher, I hope the plow driver isn't a "friend of the neighbor", naw, there is no "good 'ol boys" any more, is there? , Don't worry, I won't be holdin' my breath:

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016.jpeg

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_02.jpeg

Diggin' out the fire hydrant is the best part of those 2hours:
Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_03.jpeg

Guess where the hydrant is, I'm not going to fuss with that pile, I'm goin' in around that bush to the left:
Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_04.jpeg

This is my neighbors corner, somethin' just doesn't feel right:
Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_05.jpeg

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_06.jpeg

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_07.jpeg

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_08.jpeg

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_09.jpeg

Snowmageddon: Jan 23rd 2016, PA - DE - VA - MD - NJ - NY - MA - CT- RI-shovelin-out-1_24_16-blizzard-2016_10.jpeg


Like I said to my brother that lives 'bout 8miles South of me: "I still have 'bout 2hours to go tomorrow after we come back from Kathy's Dr. visit and grocery shopping; I'm tired and don't know where the next cramp is coming from".


p.s. I just noticed that last pix has a he** of an artifact in it, see the dark line near the back of the car, I wonder where that came from?


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26 Jan 2016   #14
Anak

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I will be taking a break today.

Will post later, but I couldn't pass this up.

GoPro Time Lapse Blizzard 2016 - Purcellville, VA, if you watch it from YouTube you can read comments.

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28 Jan 2016   #15
thelma

windows 7 professional 64 bit
 
 

Anak, that's all interesting but, is it normal sort of weather and snow you get each year I wonder ?

We, here in Europe have been told, we had the two warmest years ( 2014 and 2015 ) since taking records.

Now we could start a very interesting thread on global warming ?
True or not ?
Are we to blame with our cars and airplanes and industries or, is it a normal thing that happens every " so many years ", sort of normal wave to the way it all happens around our little planet ?

Can tell you something interesting. There is an old farm here in my valley in Tirol. The people know when after the winter the sun hits the kitchen window for the first time . Now recently, this has changed almost 69 minutes.

Is this because of the massive lakes they are creating in China ?
Is the spin on our planet slightly getting out of place ?
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28 Jan 2016   #16
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Great video Steve.

thelma here is some information one your question about how often weather changes like this happen. Their wasn't many cars and for sure no airplanes.


Little Ice Age, Big Consequences - History in the Headlines

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ice_Age

A lot more on this page.

https://www.google.com/search?q=the+...utf-8&oe=utf-8

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28 Jan 2016   #17
ThrashZone

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Yep no money in saying it's normal but global warming is nothing but $$$$$$$$$$$$ ask Al Gore he bough a house in a flood zone
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28 Jan 2016   #18
Anak

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You pose some interesting questions Thelma.

Our average snowfall is 31.2" and the official depth of Saturday's snowfall was 30.2" so, we have about an inch to go in "x" number of storms to go above that average.

Normal? There are a few weather forums I frequent and the discussion is since 2000, the average snowfall hasn't changed much since 1980, what has changed is the time of year that we get that 31.2", and the severity of the storms.

Back in the day when I was a kid, Winter lasted from the end of December to the last of March and you could expect snow before Thanksgiving in November to April, 1st with December/January the worst.
Nowadays we have the same season, but that snow comes usually the end of January and can last until the end of April with February being the worst so the productive part of the season has shrunk by 10weeks, or 6weeks at the beginning of the season and 4weeks at the end, this past storm is somewhat of an aberration. This link will show our local averages: http://Normal Snowfall in Central PA | www.weather.gov

Without empirical evidence I can say that I have noticed the years from 2010 to now as being the warmest; Fall, Winter, and Spring being compressed from what we normally experience and Summer's warmth expanding into those other three seasons. This past December is the warmest for us since records started being kept back in 1888.

Earth works in cycles not only caused by itself mainly from volcanic activity, but also external influences caused by humans, animals and plants. Is it the start of run away global warming? I don't believe so, but I do believe we are entering or in a new cycle, like you mention; "sort of normal wave to the way it all happens". If we can do something about it, we should for posterity.

Without more information on the geographical and cultural aspects of Triol it would be difficult for me to explain why the residents see a 69minute difference in when the Sunlight hits the farmhouse window.
I would find it hard to believe large lakes or the change in axial tilt and precession would have a recent effect on the Sunlight/window timing, these affects are real, but so minuscule that people would have a hard time noticing them without empirical evidence.

In speculating, it could be the Alps or the farmhouse has shifted in their positions since the observation was first made. When was the observation first made?
Unless documented, traditions have a way of being embellished, but you say "recently", describe recently for me; Since last Winter, 5 to 10 Winters ago, decades? Has anything catastrophic happened to the area in the last several years, say an earthquake, landslide, avalanche?

Thanks Jack, nice links. And Mike, we're subsidizing his flood insurance.



Related:

Milankovitch cycles
https://The Discovery of Global Warming | www.aip.org
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29 Jan 2016   #19
thelma

windows 7 professional 64 bit
 
 

These people I met on new years eve and it struck me as interesting what they mentioned. Must admit that I thought about these old wooden chalets ( some are over 300 years old ) maybe moving slightly. I will ask more details when I see them again. I remember thinking about places like Stonehenge where the fall of sunlight on the longest day is typical in a certain place and if they have also noticed a difference in recent years.

Ancient Sun Worship - The Review of Religions
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29 Jan 2016   #20
thelma

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Those time-lapse video's are all brilliant and the little ice age makes sense to me.
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