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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Multiple Huge West Coast Storms Coming , The News NOT Reporting Potential Record Snowfall Dumping Up To 12 Feet Of Snow In 5 Days.

There are going to be Hurricane force winds, massive amounts of rain, flooding and mudslides all up and down the West coast. They are now saying there will be four back to back storms hit.
What they are not telling anyone is that all that huge mess is going to slam into the Cascade range about 100 or so miles inland.

Do they not know it is going to start snowing like a sonofabitch up in those mountains or what? I have not seen nor heard one weather forecast warning of the snow that is going to get dumped.
It's like it doesn't exist.
Take a few minutes and listen to what this guy is saying about it.




3 comments :

  1. Hold onto your hat. You are in for a wild ride!

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  2. Snoqualmie Pass is the first link, about 3K feet at the pass, Stevens Pass is the second link, at about 4K feet.

    https://weather.com/weather/today/l/USWA0413:1:US

    https://weather.com/weather/today/l/427:11:US

    SO, if both locations are above the freezing temp, this dude is acting like he's the top shit for weather info. Yeah, it may be early for the first snow, and I don't know if this has been on the news or not, but Mt. Baker is over 10K feet at the top, and why didn't he mention Mt. Ranier, which is over 14K feet? It's cold up there, ya know.

    Not criticizing you, Phil, it's still some good info, because you know there wll be people that go into the back country without preparing, and they'll get lost, happens every year, and the next two to three days will be some hard weather, but the dude that did the video is pushing his own agenda.

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    1. I agree. This isn't exactly what I was looking for but the selection of Youtube videos wasn't very good. There were several more like this one, amatuers who think they are experts and lengthy videos that go on and on.
      The video I wanted to put up here was a CNN weather radar prediction but it is in a MP4 format and Blogger doesn't have the capability to post those.If there is a way to change it to something Blogger does use, I have no idea. I'm kind of a dummy when it comes to that shit.
      Mt. Ranier and Mt. Hood are both well over ten thousand feet so I would imagine they are going to get slammed with snow. All I can say is that we are in for some weather to put it mildly.
      Batten down the hatches my friend. I am going to make a big pot of chicken soup in case we lose power. I can just let it simmer on the Coleman stove if need be.

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