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Title: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: elagache on February 01, 2019, 10:47:20 PM
Dear WeatherCat observers of the seasons turning,

Not only has another month passed, but we have put the first month of 2019 under our belt.  So to keep the forum tidy I decided to start a dedicated 2019 thread and moving it observations topic since these are very much WeatherCat observations.  As always, I'll give WeatherRCP a plug.  Here is what WeatherCat observed at Canebas Weather Station for January 2019:

(http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/WeatherCat%20climate%20reports%20-%202019/WeatherCat_January_2019_climate.jpg)

My results are consistent with December with the positive of more rain.  When it did rain the storms were more extreme than in the past.

So what did WeatherCat observe in your neck of the woods?

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Blicj11 on February 01, 2019, 11:36:19 PM
Northern Utah.
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on February 02, 2019, 03:27:12 AM
January was...
   Cooler than average (26.4F versus an average of 28.1)
   Wetter than average (2.31 in versus an average total of 2.14)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 4160 miles versus an average of 4229)

So far in February is telling:
   Cooler than average (11.1F versus an average of 29.4)
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: jennajon on March 01, 2019, 12:46:23 PM
Ellsworth Maine.
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on March 01, 2019, 04:08:51 PM
February was...
   Warmer than average (31.1F versus an average of 29.4)
   Wetter than average (1.93 in versus an average total of 1.75)
   Windier than average (a wind run of 3285 miles versus an average of 3275)

So, pretty average...
Title: (Re: February climate according to WeatherCat?)
Post by: elagache on March 01, 2019, 10:45:07 PM
Dear Steve, Jenna, and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Okay you two beat me!  Still, I do have my usual entry thanks to Stu's tag and Grand's WeatherCatRCP:

(http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/WeatherCat%20climate%20reports%20-%202019/WeatherCat_February_2019_climate.jpg)

So in general colder and more stormy than normal here in Northern California. 

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Blicj11 on March 02, 2019, 07:55:33 AM
Northern Utah looked like this.
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on April 01, 2019, 05:37:57 PM
March was...
   Cooler than average (34.8F versus an average of 37.7)
   Dryer than average (1.71 in versus an average total of 2.58)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 3188 miles versus an average of 3766)
Title: March (Re: 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?)
Post by: elagache on April 01, 2019, 10:00:33 PM
Dear Steve and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Okay Steve you still beat me!  Although Jenna will have to catch up this time!  Here is my contribution thanks to Stu and Grand:

(http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/WeatherCat%20climate%20reports%20-%202019/WeatherCat_March_2019_climate.jpg)

It is a bit interesting in that the temperature and wind are consistent with more storms.  However, the rainfall is below what has happened in the past.  The reason has been a few years in which there were some atmospheric river events in March.  I only have 9 years of March data and in 3 of those years the station got over 10 inches of rain.  So that skews the statistics.

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: jennajon on April 04, 2019, 12:48:07 PM
The late Jennajon FINALLY!!!

Of course, this is Maine and we received 4 inches of the white stuff yesterday in a lovely little Nor'easter.....this is after EVERYTHING had melted and I foolishly thought Spring (and MUD SEASON) had arrived.
NOPE.

 [snow]


Title: Chilly in your parts. (Re: March climate according to WeatherCat?)
Post by: elagache on April 04, 2019, 10:57:47 PM
Dear Jenna and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Of course, this is Maine and we received 4 inches of the white stuff yesterday in a lovely little Nor'easter.....this is after EVERYTHING had melted and I foolishly thought Spring (and MUD SEASON) had arrived.
NOPE.

Ol' man winter is still hanging around the west coast of the United States as well.  So you may be seeing snow for a while.  This past March was really cold for you compared to your averages.  How long has your station been collecting data?  I suppose you aren't counting snow in your precipitation totals and that's why the average rainfall is so small - correct?

Certainly an interesting report - thanks for sharing.

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Blicj11 on April 13, 2019, 03:30:38 AM
I didn't want Jennajon feeling bad about being the last one to the line this time, so here's my offering. I made it large enough that Steve could see it without getting out his magnifying glass. My excuse is that we just arrived home from a fabulous trip to New Zealand and Australia. They have weather there too.
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on April 13, 2019, 03:21:21 PM
I made it large enough that Steve could see it without getting out his magnifying glass.

Report to moderator: While true, user @Blicj11 is picking on me. Request a time-out behind the snowblower as punishment.





















  [snow] Welcome back! I hope that you enjoyed your antipodal adventures!
Title: Well, . . . . . (Was: Climate according to WeatherCat?)
Post by: elagache on April 13, 2019, 10:11:54 PM
Dear Blick, Steve, and WeatherCat regulars,. . . .

Report to moderator: While true, user @Blicj11 is picking on me. Request a time-out behind the snowblower as punishment.

I was able to free my car from a snow berm last night with only 45 minutes of shoveling snow and ice. Hahaha. Welcome to Springtime in the Rockies.

 [wink] . . . . Is that close enough? . . . . .  [biggrin]

My excuse is that we just arrived home from a fabulous trip to New Zealand and Australia.

[wink] . . . . . Well, we'll excuse you this time, but don't let it happen again! . . . .  lol(1)

They have weather there too.

[wink] . . . . . No kiddin'!!  I thought weather was only a manifestation of Western Imperialist Hegemony!! . . . .  lol(1)

Seriously, I have spent a bit of time in New Zealand but never in Australia.  How was your trip?

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Blicj11 on April 13, 2019, 10:17:38 PM
Report to moderator: While true, user @Blicj11 is picking on me. Request a time-out behind the snowblower as punishment.
[snow] Welcome back! I hope that you enjoyed your antipodal adventures!

Hahaha. You got me back because I had to look up antipodal.
Title: Re: Well, . . . . . (Was: Climate according to WeatherCat?)
Post by: Blicj11 on April 13, 2019, 10:21:48 PM
Seriously, I have spent a bit of time in New Zealand but never in Australia.  How was your trip?

New Zealand is absolutely gorgeous and the locals we met were delightfully friendly. As for Australia, we had a great time there too, but this is the wrong time of year to visit Queensland (still raining, hot & humid). But we loved the flora and fauna in the Daintree Rainforest National Park and, of course, the Great Barrier Reef.
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on April 13, 2019, 11:23:04 PM
It is people who dont like podals.  [headbang]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on June 01, 2019, 02:28:53 PM
May was...
   Cooler than average (59.5F versus an average of 61.7)
   Wetter than average (4.46 in versus an average total of 3.47)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 1914 miles versus an average of 2239)
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Blicj11 on June 01, 2019, 06:09:15 PM
May was...
   Cooler than average (40.6F versus an average of 45.7)
   Wetter than average (4.26 in versus an average total of 2.39)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 3004 miles versus an average of 3041)
Title: What has been the May 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: elagache on June 01, 2019, 10:36:32 PM
Dear Steve, Blick, and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Okay, so you guys beat me, but I still beat Jeanna!   ;D

With da' usual plug for Grand . . . . .

(http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/WeatherCat%20climate%20reports%20-%202019/WeatherCat_May_2019_climate.jpg)

California was similar to Ohio and Utah with the exception that it was windier instead of calmer.

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: zazzy on June 14, 2019, 02:49:34 PM
I checked WeatherCat and it confirmed what I've known for many years: June is warmer than January, which confirms that global warming occurs in the summer.
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Blicj11 on July 01, 2019, 09:15:19 PM
I checked WeatherCat and it confirmed what I've known for many years: June is warmer than January, which confirms that global warming occurs in the summer.

Hahaha. Thanks for the insight.

Time to report June observations, which for my location, included the wettest June I have observed here, almost twice normal.
Title: What has been the June 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: elagache on July 01, 2019, 10:35:59 PM
Dear Blick and WeatherCat climate watchers,

I wish I could report the bountiful rainfall as Blick, but here are the conditions that prevail in Northern California:

(http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/WeatherCat%20climate%20reports%20-%202019/WeatherCat_June_2019_climate.png)

This looks like the new normal summer for California: hotter, drier, and windier.

Oh well, . . . . . . Edouard
Title: Re: What has been the June 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Randall75 on July 01, 2019, 11:57:39 PM
Hi WeatherCat - weather watchers
JUNE 2019

Here in central Ohio: warmer and wetter
Temperature:avg - 91.3 Actual 91.9
Heat index: avg. 100.3 High 107.7
Wind Run:avg. 489.3 Actual 839.8
Precipitation: avg 4.1 Actual 6.91


cheers
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on July 02, 2019, 07:51:10 PM
June was...
   Cooler than average (67.4F versus an average of 69.3)
   Wetter than average (6.13 in versus an average total of 3.59)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 1003 miles versus an average of 1644)
Title: Thanks! Keep'em comin' . . . (Re: 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?)
Post by: elagache on July 02, 2019, 11:05:32 PM
Thanks Randall and Steve for sharing!  [tup]

Keep'em comin' . . . . . . (http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/Custom_emoticons/roadster%20blue.gif)

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?--FIRST FOR JULY!!!
Post by: jennajon on August 01, 2019, 06:38:31 PM
Well, after missing a few months...here are July stats HOT off the iPhone...

and because I AM FIRST... [lol2]
this redeems my missing at least 2 months... [woohoo]

Who's next???

jenna
Title: What has been the July 2019 climate according to WeatherCat
Post by: elagache on August 01, 2019, 10:14:24 PM
Dear Jenna, and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Well, after missing a few months...here are July stats HOT off the iPhone...

 ;) . . . . . Ooh!  I do hope it wasn't so hot that you burned yourself picking them off your phone! . . .  lol(1)

and because I AM FIRST... [lol2]
this redeems my missing at least 2 months... [woohoo]

 [wink] . . . . Well, . . . . . . . I suppose - but don't let it happen again! . . . .  [lol2]

Who's next???

Well, it appears to fall upon me so here it is:

(http://www.canebas.org/WeatherCat/Forum_support_documents/WeatherCat%20climate%20reports%20-%202019/WeatherCat_July_2019_climate.jpg)

A fairly "ho-hum" report with the exception of the winds.  Indeed it has been much more windy than in past years.

Seriously, Thank Jenna for sharing and of course . . . . . who's next?  [biggrin]

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]
Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Randall75 on August 03, 2019, 04:16:35 PM
July 2019
Central Ohio


Temperature: avg:92.8 Actual: 92.7        normal
Heat index: avg. 104.7 High 114.7.         above
Wind Run:avg. 822.6 Actual 566.2.         below
Precipitation: avg 3.58 Actual 8.74.         above




cheers

Title: Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: Steve on August 08, 2019, 03:02:19 PM
July was...
   Warmer than average (75.2F versus an average of 72.7)
   Wetter than average (3.46 in versus an average total of 3.28)
   Calmer than average (a wind run of 1026 miles versus an average of 1300)
Title: Re: What has been July 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
Post by: elagache on August 08, 2019, 11:04:44 PM
Thank Randall and Steve for sharing!  [tup]

Anybody else?

Cheers, Edouard  [cheers1]