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Jim Cantore
Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and AMS Fellow. WX GEEK at TWC for 31+ years. Always awaiting mother natures latest temper tantrum. The journey is the reward.
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Jim Cantore Sep 20
Replying to @JulieDurda
Talk to me in a November :). Maybe lol
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Jim Cantore Sep 20
Meanwhile...an active several days with HEAVY RAIN and SEVERE WEATHER as pattern transitions. Below, WPC 7 day rain forecast and TODAY"S/TONIGHT'S SPC Tornado and Damaging Wind probabilities!
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Jim Cantore Sep 20
Ah perfect timing for this from CPC... Enjoy the early cooldown in the east cuz its going to stay warm overall for October. Could be some great fall color in the northern Great Lakes, Midwest, the Northeast & maybe southern Appalachia, away from areas that have been super wet.
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Jim Cantore Sep 20
By the last day of September, more typical Fall weather will dominate the USA with the exception of Florida. Sorry guys! Look at the dewpoint changes overall. Just gorgeous air for almost all the east. Dries out too.
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Jim Cantore Sep 20
Replying to @philklotzbach
That's awesome! Didn't know you did that. That one is on the bucket list PK
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Ernest Mackie Adams Sep 20
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
great idea
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
NHC has developed a surge forecast and I like keeping them separate. I don't think one number is an all understanding way of representing the risks involved. Florence and Ike are great examples of this.
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Replying to @BeckySm59344880
Thanks for playing Becky :)
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Mackenzie Bart Sep 19
(COLLECTIVE SIGH OF RELIEF) Oh the difference a week makes....last week with an active Atlantic compared to today
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
As the forecast shows signs of change going into next week and October its time for the fall color show. Places like Breckenridge, CO have looked beautiful thus far but New England and the Great Lakes are showing signs of early change.
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Replying to @MJVentrice
nice!!
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Replying to @MJVentrice
I beat you to it Ventrice :)
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
That big blue ball in the middle of your screen represents a true leading edge to a fall airmass next week. It gradually oozes east by October, but northeast gets a cooldown then warm up beforehand.
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Keep up the good work.
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Replying to @RobertKarl69
Always Robert. Here's hoping everyone is okay.
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Pretty neat look at rainfall and how it transforms soil moisture.
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Jim Cantore Sep 19
Happy to watch and follow. You do great stuff. Before and after Florence stuff is great. Sad, but great perspective.
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Dakota Smith Sep 18
Replying to @weatherdak
Cartersville, NC where entire communities are underwater.
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