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the_bird 12-01-2006 01:32 PM

hey, DUDE, my meteorologist friend...
 
Can you give us a good forecast for the Brattleboro, VT area on Sunday? You must be able to tell us something better than what I can grab from weather.com.

Are we going to be freezing out butts off?

Dude 12-01-2006 01:54 PM

Actually it will be pleasant, considering what time of year it is. There is a nasty weather system moving that way right now--so by Saturday it will be passed you--however it will more than likely be cloudy and quite windy. That may bring windchill temps in the 30s, but nothing you guys aren't used to. If this is an outside event--yes, you could ask for better weather, but for December, I wouldn't expect any mind-blowing temperatures out of this system. Earlier next week is when it will drop more as that cold air pushes in from Canada.

the_bird 12-01-2006 01:56 PM

Thanks!

This is an outdoor event, but sounds like it'll be fine.

Boston 12-01-2006 06:41 PM

I hope the weather is favorable and that you guys have a good turnout and a great time.

Dude 03-01-2007 03:57 AM

*wonders if that mini-forecast was even remotely close to accurate....*

the_bird 03-01-2007 03:59 AM

It was a little chilly, but not bad. I can't remember the wind (Gilb's place is in town and kind of wind-sheltered), but there wasn't any rain. High 30s, low 40s, IIRC. So, looks like you got it right :D

Dude 03-01-2007 04:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the_bird
It was a little chilly, but not bad. I can't remember the wind (Gilb's place is in town and kind of wind-sheltered), but there wasn't any rain. High 30s, low 40s, IIRC. So, looks like you got it right :D

:D Cool. Maybe I should consider doing this as a career choice. :rockin:

the_bird 03-01-2007 04:03 AM

What can you tell us about March 17th, up at Kai's? :D

Actually - how far out CAN we start thinking about a forecast being reasonably accurate? Seven days?

Ize 03-01-2007 04:05 AM

Wx geek that I be, looking forward to the possiblity of decent activity here tomorrow. First of March and the possibility of some good thunderrollers.

I Love a good storm. :ban:

Ize

Pumbaa 03-01-2007 04:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the_bird
Actually - how far out CAN we start thinking about a forecast being reasonably accurate? Seven days?

depends on the time of year and the location of the area the forecast is for . . .

EXAMPLE: In the Milwaukee area in the month of March you need a forcast about 30 seconds prior to the event :D


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