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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 4h
Once the storm system heads into Canada Maritimes, much of the Lower 48 will be under influence of dry continental air -- chilly too. Much colder air awaits in Canada. (ECMWF 00z update )
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 6h
Record lows across New England Thursday morning. Even below zero! These temperatures are 23° to 30°F below average for mid-November.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 7h
Replying to @nw3
Not in California. A legislative measure to indemnify utilities failed in the summer.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 7h
Replying to @RyanMaue
Could be some quite heavy snow 2-3" per hour in a thump heading into early Friday morning across New England. Thunder-snow and thunder-sleet? Sure, why not?
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 7h
Quite the winter storm for Thursday across a good swath of the Eastern US from St. Louis to NYC. Model depiction of radar showing rain, snow, sleet, freezing rain ... changing rapidly depending upon temperature. (HRRR 00z: )
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 13h
Local Best Buy has upwards of 1500 TVs ready for Black Friday ... on the sales floor. 50" minimum size.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 13h
5-7" for St. Louis ... Maybe more.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 16h
Replying to @hausfath @RARohde
Back up a step. In the 1990s, your project may not have been possible w/o an Act of God to pry loose the data and methods from various outfits. How much time (years) and effort was wasted on FOIA'ing basic information? Open source (climate) science is relatively new.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 16h
Replying to @RARohde
The irony is not lost upon me on how/why your temperature data project began. Not selection bias. It was standard operating procedure to stonewall and object to public requests for data both at universities and gov't agencies.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
Replying to @RyanMaue
PG&E ratepayers -- or customers -- may be responsible for liability -- which has been estimated over $15B. This is on top of catastrophic fires in previous months and last year. 5% relative humidity, bone dry flammable landscape, and electrical equipment sparking is really bad.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
California utility PG&E has lost another 30% of its stock value -- emptied its credit line and is expecting billions more in potential liability for fires.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
Replying to @RARohde
I'm can think of a few high profile examples that eroded public trust in the entire field.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
Replying to @RyanMaue
Excuses - some valid - for not providing data to a particular researcher: Costs too much. My code isn't turn key. Contains privileged information. He's a climate denier. Peer review stops when you can't access the data.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
Historically in climate science, the authors would refuse to share data to so-called "climate skeptics" if their only purpose was to "find something wrong with it" Thankfully, the "ocean warming" researchers graciously provided their data upon publication & errors quickly found.
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
Replying to @RyanMaue
I mean too early in the Winter for storm warnings* ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
While the coastal cities miss out on the most of the snow, this isn't too bad for coverage and accumulation of snow for mid-November across the Northeast. NWS forecast thru Friday evening (+60 hours)
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 17h
Up to 6-inches of snow forecast in Southern Illinois. 3-5" including St. Louis along the back edge of a storm system. Perhaps bit too early for ❄️Winter Storm Warnings?
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 18h
Replying to @jaycordeira
What was the final disposition? I've recently reviewed a high-profile paper that was impeccable that I responded "Pleasure to read. Publish as is" -- so they exist. I've also reviewed a paper and responded "stopped reading ... eyes bleeding"
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 19h
After the Amazon HQ2 episode, I wonder what incentives various cities would offer an NFL team -- like the Seahawks?
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Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com 19h
Complicated forecast with precipitation types: rain, snow, freezing rain, slop moving thru the Ohio Valley into the Northeast on Thursday. The storm emerges off the New England coast later on Friday. (ECMWF 06z 1-hr Precip-Type 😊)
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