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Jim Cantore
Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and AMS Fellow. WX GEEK at TWC for 34+ years. Always awaiting mother natures latest temper tantrum. The journey is the reward.
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James Montanus Oct 18
Some beautiful late afternoon light in Mendon yesterday.
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Jim Cantore Oct 18
The drive down i91 early this morning was... interesting.
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Jim Cantore Oct 17
Replying to @CTIronman
Enfield, NH
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Jim Cantore Oct 17
Fall meeting winter 2020 for the first time.
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Jim Cantore Oct 17
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Jim Cantore Oct 14
Replying to @pppapin @NWSNHC and 2 others
Congrats Phillipe love your work! They are blessed to have you!
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Jim Cantore Oct 13
One of the favorite parts of my job without question: via
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Jim Cantore Oct 10
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Jim Cantore Oct 10
Crazy TORNADO WARNING in northern New Hampshire!! Moving east at 55mph.
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Jim Cantore Oct 10
Not just rainy night in GA but one with TORNADO warned storms into the Atlanta metro.
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Chris Graham 📷 Oct 10
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Replying to @JimCantore
That was official measurement
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Replying to @happystweets @CNN
Lake Arthur yep
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
The part of the eyewall that brought 96mph to the weatherflow anemometer is moving up through Jennings and soon to be Cowley and Scott.
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Lake Arthur, LA via UF max gust 96mph per Forrest Masters.
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Remember meteorological impacts and forecasts already factored in this type of data but as Greg points out decoupling very apparent.
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Watching elongating center moving more northeast. Likely mid-level, but system starting to decouple due to strong southwest shear ~50kts. What that doesn’t mean is all hazards appropriately pointed out by NHC and local NWS go away. All very much in play!! Stay home!
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Lots of Rain,preceding as its mixing in nicely with the current mid latittude flow.
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
on final approach. Fighting bigger and bigger shear along the way.
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Jim Cantore Oct 9
Replying to @NEXRADROC @npr819 and 3 others
Is this going to be operational?
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