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Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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The strong gale Vera from north, hits Norway thise evning 20.11 with snow.....

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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A bit different to when I passed there in July, thankfully! I look forward to seeing some pictures.
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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Wow, fantastic looking storm. That'd be a fun one to have out here (though most of the populace in my city would disagree).
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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Here is some pictures.

Its very difficult to snap any pictures in weather like thise.
Ferrys and aeroplane standstill.....

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Great Pictures. The transmitter could do with being moved to under the eaves for protection :-)

A bit warmer in this part of the world.

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Super-T wrote:Great Pictures. The transmitter could do with being moved to under the eaves for protection :-)

A bit warmer in this part of the world.
Yes my cable is long enough but then i lose the real out there..

Its nice on pictures yes, but in real can be a struggle.
To morrow shovel snow :lol:
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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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My partner is from Siberia so she is more familiar with your weather conditions than I am.
If you moved the transmitter under the eaves then at least you would measure air temperature rather than snow or ice temperature.
There again I don't understand such extremes :-)

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Super-T wrote:My partner is from Siberia so she is more familiar with your weather conditions than I am.
If you moved the transmitter under the eaves then at least you would measure air temperature rather than snow or ice temperature.
There again I don't understand such extremes :-)
Must say here, that i have another station under the eaves (simple one old type) it show same temp as my WH 1080 measurer, like under the snow.


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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Hey, great pictures aadal. Reminds me of my early childhood growing up in northern Germany. To get snow like that nowadays I have to visit a ski hill a few hours away! :D

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Lovely!

I won't bother posting any pictures of our pathetic 2cm :(

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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Coming from warmer climes, I find it strange that people look forward to snow? :-)

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Re: Storm Vera 20.11.2008

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:o What?
Doesn't *everyone* look forward to a little snow now and again?

I suppose the ones who don't like it can't drive in it (like my wife). :)
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