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(Twitter)   Well ain't that a pisser...Tropical Storm Paulette becomes the earliest "P" named storm ever   (twitter.com) divider line
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2020-09-07 10:44:51 AM  
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2020-09-07 11:03:18 AM  
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Somebody is gonna have a good time.
 
2020-09-07 11:05:02 AM  
Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?
 
2020-09-07 11:14:23 AM  

cretinbob: Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?


It feels like it's going to run late. Dust is tapering off, sky is a beautiful blue, the water is clear and calm and warm.

So, yeah, hurricanes.
 
2020-09-07 11:21:47 AM  

cretinbob: Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?


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2020-09-07 11:33:58 AM  
After that they've only got Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky, and Wilfred left.

No names for Q, U, X, Y, Z

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2020-09-07 11:53:34 AM  
Pee storm? This could be an epic thread.
 
2020-09-07 11:54:33 AM  
We should start using a 64-bit integer to number them. Always try to future proof your work.

/programmer
 
2020-09-07 12:43:38 PM  
In unrelated news, Paulette invited to Washington to receive Presidential Medal Of Freedom
 
2020-09-07 12:54:57 PM  
Basically in a nutshell they're all showing up early
 
2020-09-07 12:55:54 PM  

HighlanderRPI: In unrelated news, Paulette invited to Washington to receive Presidential Medal Of Freedom


Pee-dom
 
2020-09-07 12:57:38 PM  
Now is the perfect time for the weather service to hit Trump up for more funding. They just have to say they'll drop Obama mattresses into the storm while they take their readings.
 
2020-09-07 1:01:12 PM  
The storm is full of p-ness.
 
2020-09-07 1:04:06 PM  
The streets will be flooded with gold
 
2020-09-07 1:04:09 PM  
EARLIEST NAMED...since we started to name them...1953, so ...


/the last 67 years..
//of 14,000,000,000 ones.
 
2020-09-07 1:05:23 PM  
quite interesting.  Nature's way of redistributing stored, high-density thermal energy occurs more frequently, intensely, and sooner, when you  increase onset time, storage, and duration of that high-density thermal energy.  It's almost as if some moron a few centuries ago created a few laws of thermodynamics that might have informed us...
 
2020-09-07 1:05:23 PM  

WTP 2: EARLIEST NAMED...since we started to name them...1953, so ...


/the last 67 years..
//of 14,000,000,000 ones.


Science doesn't care what you think.
 
2020-09-07 1:05:55 PM  

Leader O'Cola: quite interesting.  Nature's way of redistributing stored, high-density thermal energy occurs more frequently, intensely, and sooner, when you  increase onset time, storage, and duration of that high-density thermal energy.  It's almost as if some moron a few centuries ago created a few laws of thermodynamics that might have informed us...


It snowed a lot last year in parts of Colorado.

Checkmate.
 
2020-09-07 1:06:22 PM  
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2020-09-07 1:06:49 PM  

cretinbob: Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?


Someone else who is still watching The Walking Dead can post.
 
2020-09-07 1:07:31 PM  
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2020-09-07 1:07:43 PM  

WTP 2: EARLIEST NAMED...since we started to name them...1953, so ...


/the last 67 years..
//of 14,000,000,000 ones.


not that it  really affects anything since you're trolling for the sake of trolling.

But the Atlantic only formed 150M years ago
 
2020-09-07 1:07:48 PM  
I'm dissapointed.  With storm Marco.... we should have a Polo.
 
2020-09-07 1:08:15 PM  
Relevant to the thread:

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2020-09-07 1:08:18 PM  

Munden: After that they've only got Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky, and Wilfred left.

No names for Q, U, X, Y, Z

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2017  Whitey?
Really?
;-)
 
2020-09-07 1:08:57 PM  
This is a good thing. We run through the entire alphabet early, and boom, no more hurricanes. Can't have a hurricane without a name. Checkmate, libs.
 
2020-09-07 1:09:03 PM  

Munden: No names for Q, U, X, Y, Z


Thus we'll never have a Hurricane Uuhmellmahaye.

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2020-09-07 1:09:51 PM  

Moopy Mac: Leader O'Cola: quite interesting.  Nature's way of redistributing stored, high-density thermal energy occurs more frequently, intensely, and sooner, when you  increase onset time, storage, and duration of that high-density thermal energy.  It's almost as if some moron a few centuries ago created a few laws of thermodynamics that might have informed us...

It snowed a lot last year in parts of Colorado.

Checkmate.


Drop the science.
 
2020-09-07 1:10:11 PM  
So the NCIS rumors are true?
 
2020-09-07 1:13:16 PM  
Ole: "What kind of car starts with P?

Lena: "You can't fool me Ole. No kind of car starts with P."
 
2020-09-07 1:15:08 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: We should start using a 64-bit integer to number them. Always try to future proof your work.

/programmer


Don't want an H2K problem.
 
2020-09-07 1:16:54 PM  

Munden: After that they've only got Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky, and Wilfred left.

No names for Q, U, X, Y, Z

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I'm betting that next year will be active with names like Pete & Rose
 
2020-09-07 1:17:26 PM  

Moopy Mac: Leader O'Cola: quite interesting.  Nature's way of redistributing stored, high-density thermal energy occurs more frequently, intensely, and sooner, when you  increase onset time, storage, and duration of that high-density thermal energy.  It's almost as if some moron a few centuries ago created a few laws of thermodynamics that might have informed us...

It snowed a lot last year in parts of Colorado.

Checkmate.


Montana is getting a snowstorm... imminent...
 
2020-09-07 1:19:38 PM  

MIRV888: Munden: After that they've only got Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky, and Wilfred left.

No names for Q, U, X, Y, Z

[Fark user image 850x871]

2017  Whitey?
Really?
;-)


Freudian slip?
 
2020-09-07 1:20:05 PM  

cretinbob: Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?


Middle of season, 15 before, 15 after

R, S, T, V, W, Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, Epsilon, Zeta, Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa.

My guess is that we'll end up at Kappa 

Lambda, Mu, Nu, Xi, Omicron

For a while, it looked like Omicron,
 
2020-09-07 1:27:31 PM  
the p-storm is a hoax and the climate is totes stable, and no amount of abnormal weather will ever show otherwise.
/totes
 
2020-09-07 1:32:53 PM  

Moopy Mac: Leader O'Cola: quite interesting.  Nature's way of redistributing stored, high-density thermal energy occurs more frequently, intensely, and sooner, when you  increase onset time, storage, and duration of that high-density thermal energy.  It's almost as if some moron a few centuries ago created a few laws of thermodynamics that might have informed us...

It snowed a lot last year in parts of Colorado.

Checkmate.


And you probably don't realize that when it warms up certain areas will have more snow - the coldest place on Earth, down thar at the bottom, has almost no snow, the winters in the top of the planet also have almost no snow.  But the Olympic Peninsula, where it is pretty warm much of the year, has a ton of snow.  Snow only forms when there is lots of moisture in the air.  Warm air has more moisture than cold air.  This science moment brought toyou by a former Earth Science teacher.

Other hint:  the snow in Colorado almost always is a result of warm moist air from the Gulf meeting cold air higher up.
 
2020-09-07 1:34:23 PM  
If you tell Trump a p storm is coming to Florida he'll hole up in Mar a Lago for a month
 
2020-09-07 1:38:18 PM  

cretinbob: Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?


Nov. 3rd, Hurricane Omega strikes Washington, DC
 
2020-09-07 1:40:23 PM  

Crewmannumber6: If you tell Trump a p storm is coming to Florida he'll hole up in Mar a Lago for a month


And ask what channel it's on.
 
2020-09-07 1:41:27 PM  

FrancoFile: The storm is full of p-ness.


But what's more important, the size of the p-ness or the motion of the ocean?
 
2020-09-07 1:43:06 PM  
if it goes cat 5 call it Pow Leet
 
2020-09-07 1:46:15 PM  

WTP 2: EARLIEST NAMED...since we started to name them...1953, so ...


/the last 67 years..
//of 14,000,000,000 ones.


Pol tab used to be the best place for stupid comments.

Used to be.

Revel in your stupidity.
 
2020-09-07 1:46:22 PM  

FrancoFile: The storm is full of p-ness.


I read that in this guy's voice:
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What luck, there's a french fry stuck in my beard!

om...nom...nom
 
2020-09-07 1:51:54 PM  
Tropical Fuck Storm - Who's My Eugene? (Official Video)
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?
 
2020-09-07 1:55:53 PM  
Friends of P
Youtube Lo4QBY-evsU
 
2020-09-07 2:05:16 PM  
and that's not all folks!

The Atlantic basin will have an R-named storm later today or tomorrow.

The record for that was September 18th (in 2005).
 
2020-09-07 2:07:17 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: We should start using a 64-bit integer to number them. Always try to future proof your work.

/programmer


Geez. Y2K was two decades ago, let it go already!
 
2020-09-07 2:12:50 PM  
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2020-09-07 2:29:52 PM  

SurfaceTension: cretinbob: Luckily, it's still way off and has a good chance of staying at sea.
We're going to get storm Alpha this year, aren't we?

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I think we're gonna get pretty familiar with the greek alphabet over the next few years.
 
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