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Allie B.
Midd kid. Dartmouth Engineer. Environmentalist. Runner. Skier. Cyclist. Outdoor enthusiast, wannabe farmer, former food editor, chef. Lab lover. Chocoholic.
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Allie B. Aug 2
Replying to @RobertGehrke
This is mind boggling. Do we know more about why testing is dropping? Screams like only testing a subsection of symptomatic people with the rising % positive values. 🙏🏻 for keeping us updated in few characters 😂
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Robert Gehrke Jul 17
From , here is a look at where in Utah people are (and aren’t) wearing masks and a zoom in on SL and Utah counties.
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Allie B. Jul 9
it would be really interesting so see data by lab on test turnaround times. We keep hearing this, but I bet you turnaround times vary widely! Can someone investigate?
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Terry Abraham Jun 19
Aye. Here’s a peek at rough unfinished timelapse I captured of it.
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NWS Salt Lake City Jun 7
Alta, UT reported 4.1 inches of ❄️SNOW❄️ today! This is not a record, but is the 3rd most recorded on this date. The top 3 for today are now: 1. 8.0" - 1993 1. 8.0" - 1984 3. 4.1" - Today
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Allie B. May 29
Yes, agreed. This has to be the "Mother's Day" effect?? And/or compounded by less testing over Memorial Day?
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Allie B. May 21
Flatten the curve; flatten the curve. Well done
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Allie B. May 19
Replying to @RobertGehrke
I guess the dashboard is down? Do we know case counts too? Nothing new since 5/17 on state website.
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Utah Highway Patrol May 19
Momma moose and her two calves (just hours old) got a little mixed up and separated in traffic up in Summit County. Our Troops were able to get them reunited and watched them get clear of the roadways.
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Allie B. May 15
is anyone showing % positive rate (e.g. positive tests per # of people tested)? I feel like ours testing abilities is so low
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F-35A Demonstration Team Apr 29
Tomorrow's flyover serves as a salute to the frontline responders, as well as everyone working to . Please note that the times and route are subject to change without warning. 🗺️: David Perry l
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Andrew Cuomo Apr 24
I received this letter from a farmer in northeast Kansas. His wife is ill and he is aging. He sent me 1 of 5 N95 masks he has from farming to pass on to a doctor or nurse in New York. This is humanity at its best. I share his letter as inspiration.
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Allie B. Apr 21
Thank goodness 🙏🏻🙌🏻
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UUSS Apr 21
At this point in the Magna sequence, there is a <1% chance of an earthquake larger than the mainshock. We may or may not continue to feel aftershocks of M3 or higher (slightly less than 50/50 chance). (1/2)
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Joe Scarborough Apr 18
This is the most devastating political ad I’ve seen in years. It reveals the truth about Trump and China, and that truth is ugly.
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UUSS Apr 18
One month since the M5.7 Magna Earthquake! As of April 18, we've located 1,419 earthquakes as part of this sequence. Including: 6 in M4 range, 34 in M3 range, & 136 in M2 range. Aftershock sequences commonly last weeks to months following an eq the size of the March 18 mainshock.
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Allie B. Apr 16
Annnnnd another one.
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Allie B. Apr 16
Replying to @RobertGehrke
We did too
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Pat Bagley Apr 15
Go ahead and dunk on me, but I think Biden has a chance to take Utah in Nov
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Robert Gehrke Apr 14
For the record, I tweeted this before that last aftershock. But I’m re-upping it because it applies more so now.
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