Harsh winter weather continues in Europe; rare snowstorm hits Libya

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 02:57 PM GMT del 07 Febbraio 2012

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Europe's winter onslaught continues unabated this week, with very cold temperatures and heavy snows over much of the continent. Yesterday, a rare snow storm hit North Africa, bringing 2 - 3 inches of snow to Tripoli, Libya. It was the first snow in Tripoli since at least 2005, and may be the heaviest snow the Libyan capital has seen since February 6, 1956. Across Europe, at least 250 deaths have been blamed on the winter weather since the cold spell began on January 26. Hardest hit has been Ukraine, with 135 deaths--mostly of homeless people. According to weather records researcher Maximiliano Herrera, the current cold snap is the most severe for Europe since February 1991.


Figure 1. The scene in Tripoli, Libya, on February 6, 2012, after a rare snowstorm. Image credit: libyall.com.

Unusual jet stream kink causing Europe's harsh winter weather
The reason for the exceptionally cold and snowy winter weather in Europe lies in the behavior of the jet stream. The jet stream--the band of strong west-to-east blowing upper-level winds that circles the globe at mid-latitudes--acts as the dividing line between cold, polar air to the north, and warmer subtropical air to the south. On average, the jet blows straight west to east. But this winter, the jet has had a highly convoluted shape, with unusually large excursions to the north and south. When the jet bulges southwards, it allows cold air to spill in behind it, and that is what has happened to Europe over the past two weeks. The jet often gets "stuck" in one of these highly convoluted shapes, allowing a persistent period of extreme weather to occur. The latest predictions from the GFS and ECMWF models show the unusual jet stream pattern over Europe persisting for at least another week.


Figure 2. The jet stream pattern over Europe shows that the jet is taking a major dive southwards across France and into North Africa, keeping almost all of Europe on the cold (north) side of the jet.

The AO and NAO
A good measure of the tendency of the jet to form major bulges in winter is the Arctic Oscillation (AO) Index, which has ranged between -1 and -3 over the past two weeks. A strongly negative AO Index like this means the winds of the jet are relatively weak, allowing it to sag southwards over Europe and allow cold air to plunge southwards behind it. Usually, a negative AO also means cold winter weather over North America, but not this winter. In North America, we're better off paying attention to the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) Index, which we can think of as the Northern Atlantic portion of the AO. Ordinarily, the AO and NAO are in phase during winter (about 80 - 90% of the time), meaning that Europe and North America experience similar winter weather. However, over the past two weeks, the NAO has been positive while the AO has been negative. The positive NAO means that jet stream winds have been strong over North America and the North Atlantic, keeping cold air bottled up to the north over Canada and the Arctic. This pattern is predicted to persist for at least another week. We've seen many record extremes of both the positive and negative phase of the AO since 2006; see that latest post by Andrew Freedman of climatecentral.org to learn more.

Jeff Masters

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248. trunkmonkey
03:08 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting RTSplayer:


Actually, money itself is the problem: artificial economics, especially financial markets which inflate, deflate, and otherwise falsify the value of goods and services.

do you think anyone died during the colonial period due to lack of money? Of course not.

The colonists worked together and did what was right for one another, because it was the right thing to do.


We have thousands of homeless people in the same nation that also has about a million vacant homes right now, due to greed and a broken financial system; really a completely broken system of both government and economics.

And then we have multi-national corporations, which take the inventions of their workers, which were often funded by our government's loans and grant money, or subsidies, and patent them, due to clauses in everyone's contract with their employer which forfeits all rights to your own ideas just so you can keep a job, and then the corporations move over seas to produce the product and sell out the technology to other nations.

This is treason.


Further, the way modern patents are given is not supported by the constitution anyway.

The constitution gives patent rights to the ORIGINAL AUTHOR OR INVENTOR, not corporations and abstract entities. In fact, the indication fro the text is that patents are supposed to be temporary, so that the original author can make some money off it and benefit from it, and eventually expire and become public domain.

What we have today is when a corporation has a patent, they own it forever, and sue anyone who tries to do anything similar.

It's got to the point Apple sued Samsung for having a handheld computer with rounded edge...AND WON.

Clearly, that is a corrupt legal system that no rational person would respect or honor.

It costs the U.S. government about 2 cents to make a penny, and nearly 10 cents to make a nickel, because the value of the metals and the machinery to do the coining is more than the face value of the coin. Yet they do this anyway, at a net loss!

Just one more example of complete insanity among leadership.


Money and artificial economics are the problem.

Not the solution.


So do we have to destroy our current form of economic system to achieve your agenda?
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247. RTSplayer
03:03 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting RitaEvac:


Whatever the future holds, it's not bright. Debt is a major issue for the globe, throw in regular natural disasters and there's no funding to rebuild, basically escalates the situation and you're basically back in the stone age because of lack of funding and money. Were sitting ducks.


Actually, money itself is the problem: artificial economics, especially financial markets which inflate, deflate, and otherwise falsify the value of goods and services.

do you think anyone died during the colonial period due to lack of money? Of course not.

The colonists worked together and did what was right for one another, because it was the right thing to do.


We have thousands of homeless people in the same nation that also has about a million vacant homes right now, due to greed and a broken financial system; really a completely broken system of both government and economics.

And then we have multi-national corporations, which take the inventions of their workers, which were often funded by our government's loans and grant money, or subsidies, and patent them, due to clauses in everyone's contract with their employer which forfeits all rights to your own ideas just so you can keep a job, and then the corporations move over seas to produce the product and sell out the technology to other nations.

This is treason.


Further, the way modern patents are given is not supported by the constitution anyway.

The constitution gives patent rights to the ORIGINAL AUTHOR OR INVENTOR, not corporations and abstract entities. In fact, the indication fro the text is that patents are supposed to be temporary, so that the original author can make some money off it and benefit from it, and eventually expire and become public domain.

What we have today is when a corporation has a patent, they own it forever, and sue anyone who tries to do anything similar.

It's got to the point Apple sued Samsung for having a handheld computer with rounded edge...AND WON.

Clearly, that is a corrupt legal system that no rational person would respect or honor.

It costs the U.S. government about 2 cents to make a penny, and nearly 10 cents to make a nickel, because the value of the metals and the machinery to do the coining is more than the face value of the coin. Yet they do this anyway, at a net loss!

Just one more example of complete insanity among leadership.


Money and artificial economics are the problem.

Not the solution.
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246. hydrus
03:00 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
don't ya mean a liar
If you get time today Keep, please post a couple of the long range models you usually have here...Thank you..Was Nixon a liar?...he he..:)
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245. trunkmonkey
02:59 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
I read about the doom and gloom with Global warming issue in the USA, but there is more important issues.

My big issue is the Obama administration taking Border guards with Mexico off the border, and having the Department of Interior state, the Federal lands on the Mexican Border are Wild Life sanctuary, or perserves, so no Law Enforcement Officers are allowed, (they might hurt the ECO system). Hundreds of Humans are killed each year in Pima County AZ. alone!
2010: 249 deaths
2011: 214 deaths

Hamas and Hezbollah, are partnering with the drug cartels and have camps throughout Central America, to infiltrate the United States, and this administration has a hands off policy for law enforcement.
Am I just nuts, or is our Country in big danger from within and externally?
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244. Skyepony (Mod)
02:57 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting StormTracker2K:


Yeah I saw something over the weekend about the severe drought Mexico is dealing with. P.S It looks as if Melbourne will finally break this long dry streak on Saturday. I think you guys are at 43 days with no rain so far.


I had 0.05" yesterday & a trace a few times.

Getting desperate for rain.. all this perfect weather is gonna burn us up without some rain.
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243. ILwthrfan
02:46 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
NEW BLOG

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242. RitaEvac
02:43 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Once food production stops and grocery stores close, widespread panic breaks out and.....it all begins.
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241. RitaEvac
02:40 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting aspectre:
The End of the World as We Know It? Survey says: 62% Yes
Doomsday Preppers


Whatever the future holds, it's not bright. Debt is a major issue for the globe, throw in regular natural disasters and there's no funding to rebuild, basically escalates the situation and you're basically back in the stone age because of lack of funding and money. Were sitting ducks.
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240. aspectre
02:26 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
The End of the World as We Know It? Survey says: 62% Yes
Doomsday Preppers
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239. trunkmonkey
02:16 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
he water levels on lake Okeechobee will fluctuate 6 feet in some years, others a foot or two. The normal water levels on Lake Okeechobee range from 12-15 feet above sea level. The normal water level on Okeechobee in the summer months range in the 11-14 feet above sea level. The water levels on lake Okeechobee mainly raise and lower do rain or the lack of.

Most all freshwater in Florida runs North to South, making the main replenishing areas between Orlando and Lake Okeechobee.

Summer months usually bring most of the rain, mainly during normal years from afternoon rain showers or either tropical storms and hurricanes. This is when the most of the water levels rise in Lake Okeechobee the fastest. During the winter months the water levels in Okeechobee will consistently fall from January thru June. The lake fishes like most rivers…much better on a fall tide vs a rising tide.

Current levels are 13.2ft. The needed rain should raise the levels around a foot depending how much rain falls to the north of the lake!

Bring on the MJO!
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238. StormTracker2K
02:12 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting hurricane23:


If youre looking for another real above hurricane season 2012 isnt looking to active as the appearance of el nino is looking more and more probable with each passing day. ECMWF as of now has well above MSLP anomaly and pressures just about basin wide. As always just takes 1 over your city.



You can already tell that the atmosphere is beginning to respond with the recent drops in the SOI values. Also there's been lots of convection in the E-Pac as of late feeding moisture into these troughs as they dig toward the Gulf. FL should see a very wet second half of February especially mid next week as a big rain maker settles in across the eastern Gulf.
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237. trunkmonkey
02:07 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting RitaEvac:




That Texas drought just won't go away!
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236. hurricane23
02:07 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:
Good morning. A big dust outbreak is now in the Tropical Atlantic thanks to a positive NAO that creates strong Azores high. The question is if these sal outbreaks will be common this year.



If youre looking for another real above hurricane season 2012 isnt looking to active as the appearance of el nino is looking more and more probable with each passing day. ECMWF as of now has well above MSLP anomaly and pressures just about basin wide. As always just takes 1 over your city.

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235. StormTracker2K
02:02 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting emcf30:


That streak was broken yesterday. They had .004.


I really I wasn't aware thanks! I know we in C FL are in need of a good soaking so I hope this weekends rain event pans out.
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234. emcf30
01:56 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting StormTracker2K:


Yeah I saw something over the weekend about the severe drought Mexico is dealing with. P.S It looks as if Melbourne will finally break this long dry streak on Saturday. I think you guys are at 43 days with no rain so far.


That streak was broken yesterday. They had .004.
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233. StormTracker2K
01:51 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting Skyepony:


It's rare to see such a strong (light green/blue on the top frame) at all.. MX really needs this.


Yeah I saw something over the weekend about the severe drought Mexico is dealing with. P.S It looks as if Melbourne will finally break this long dry streak on Saturday. I think you guys are at 43 days with no rain so far.
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232. StormTracker2K
01:47 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
S FL has already seen a good amount of rain this week with more on the way!

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231. washingtonian115
01:46 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting JupiterKen:
A lawyer that has poor grammar? Is that legal?

On a weather note... we have had a goodly amount of rain in Palm Beach county the last few days.
Who says I have to talk perfect on a weather blog? I'm sure Taz has a nice job as well and he post strange things all the time.
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230. Skyepony (Mod)
01:45 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting StormTracker2K:
I've never seen such a strong MJO impulse in February.



It's rare to see such a strong (light green/blue on the top frame) at all.. MX really needs this.
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229. Neapolitan
01:45 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting percylives:
In case it hasn't been posted this is an interview of Jeff by Christine Shearer of Conducive Chronicle.
I posted a big chunk of it yesterday (comment #119). Excellent interview. And it's not just about weather and climate, but gives a little insight into the naming of this site.
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228. RitaEvac
01:43 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012


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227. StormTracker2K
01:40 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
As a result of the MJO Central & S FL are going to get soaked this weekend.

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226. StormTracker2K
01:39 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
I've never seen such a strong MJO impulse in February.

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225. percylives
01:36 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
In case it hasn't been posted this is an interview of Jeff by Christine Shearer of Conducive Chronicle.
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224. Tropicsweatherpr
12:59 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting jrweatherman:


I thought there was SAL every year?


Some years have big sal outbreaks than other years depending on how strong are the trade winds in the Atlantic.
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223. JupiterKen
12:19 PM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
A lawyer that has poor grammar? Is that legal?

On a weather note... we have had a goodly amount of rain in Palm Beach county the last few days.
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222. jrweatherman
11:54 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:
Good morning. A big dust outbreak is now in the Tropical Atlantic thanks to a positive NAO that creates strong Azores high. The question is if these sal outbreaks will be common this year.



I thought there was SAL every year?
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221. Tropicsweatherpr
11:34 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Good morning. A big dust outbreak is now in the Tropical Atlantic thanks to a positive NAO that creates strong Azores high. The question is if these sal outbreaks will be common this year.

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220. Ylee
07:57 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
#213: Ghostbusters? :)
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219. RTSplayer
06:16 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
What is Deja Vu?
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218. ShenValleyFlyFish
06:11 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
128. Grothar 7:59 PM EST on February 07, 2012

Quoting GeoffreyWPB:

What Is Déjà Vu?


I could have sworn you asked that before.

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217. Xyrus2000
06:02 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting hydrus:
I read somewhere that the Higgs Boson or the "God Particle" is the particle that instigated the big bang. Have you heard of this Xyrus.?.If this is true, one would think that Higgs Bosons are more than rare..lol


It didn't instigate it, but according to theory it did "help it along" by influencing the expansion.
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216. Xyrus2000
05:51 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting TampaSpin:
The National Association of REALTORS is all over this and working to get it
repealed, before it takes effect. But, I am very pleased we aren't the
only ones who know about this ploy to steal billions from unsuspecting
homeowners. How many REALTORS do you think will vote Democratic in 2012?



Did you know that if you sell your house after 2012 you will pay a 3.8%
sales tax on it? That's $3,800 on a $100,000 home, etc. When did this
happen? It's in the health care bill and goes into effect in 2013.



Why 2013? Could it be to come to light AFTER the 2012 elections? So,
this is "change you can believe in"? Under the new health care bill all
real estate transactions will be subject to a 3.8% Sales Tax.



If you sell a $400,000 home, there will be a $15,200 tax.

This bill is set to screw the retiring generation who often downsize their
homes. Does this make your November and 2012 vote more important?



Oh, you weren't aware this was in the Obamacare bill? Guess what, you
aren't alone. There are more than a few members of Congress that aren't
aware of it either

http://www.gop.gov/blog/10/04/08/obamacare-flatli nes-obamacare-taxes-home <

http://www.gop.gov/blog/10/04/08/obamacare-flatli nes-obamacare-taxes-home>





Arthur is 90 years old. He's played golf every day since his retirement 25
years ago.

One day he arrives home looking downcast.

"That's it," he tells his wife. "I'm giving up golf. My eyesight has got so
bad.

Once I've hit the ball, I can't see where it went."

"Why don't you take my brother with you and give it one more try."
"That's no good," sighs Arthur. "Your brother is a hundred and three. He
can't help."
"He may be a hundred and three," says the wife, "but his eyesight is
perfect."
So the next day, Arthur heads off to the golf course with his
brother-in-law.

He tees up, takes an almighty swing and squints down the fairway.

He turns to the brother-in-law. "Did you see the ball?"
"Of course I did!" says the brother-in-law. "I have perfect eyesight."
"Where did it go?" asks Arthur.
"Can't remember."


Instead of regurgitating GOP talking points, might I suggest a less partisan source of information such as factcheck.org. Link

Or if people don't want to click the link:

Q: Does the new health care law impose a 3.8 percent tax on profits from selling your home?

A: No, with very few exceptions. The first $250,000 in profit from the sale of a personal residence won't be taxed, or the first $500,000 in the case of a married couple. The tax falls on relatively few of those with high incomes from other sources.

So unless you can sell for a significant amount of profit, you're not going to be seeing any sales tax on your home.
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215. TheoJesse
05:44 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
a liar a real good one

They're all liars. You just have to figure which one tells the least amount of lies.
Jesse
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214. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
05:36 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
Hey but when you need someone to represent you who do you call....
a liar a real good one
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213. washingtonian115
05:34 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
don't ya mean a liar
Hey but when you need someone to represent you who do you call....
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212. KoritheMan
05:17 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012

Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
don't ya mean a liar
XD
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211. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
05:16 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
lol
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210. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
05:15 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting washingtonian115:
Do you won't my job???.I work as a lawyer for the government.Walmart wouldn't be so bad.......would it???.
don't ya mean a liar
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209. KoritheMan
05:15 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012

Quoting washingtonian115:
Do you won't my job???.I work as a lawyer for the government.Walmart wouldn't be so bad.......would it???.
Lawyers get paid more.
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208. washingtonian115
05:12 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting KoritheMan:


lmao breakdown :P

I'm fine. I started working at Walmart in November, and I already hate it. Unfortunately, it looks like I'm stuck indefinitely. I need it to move on with my life.
Do you won't my job???.I work as a lawyer for the government.Walmart wouldn't be so bad.......would it???.
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207. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
05:11 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting FrankZapper:
I plan on hanging out a lot at the "other" site ( can I say that?) as we roll around to the new season. It's a lot of fun and quite a bit of expertise is there too. The sites complement each other. After all too, this IS America. Free speech and all that.
so i chill here there everywhere this is the world wide web
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206. RTSplayer
05:10 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting FrankZapper:
I plan on hanging out a lot at the "other" site ( can I say that?) as we roll around to the new season. It's a lot of fun and quite a bit of expertise is there too. The sites complement each other. After all too, this IS America. Free speech and all that.


Freedom has a price
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205. FrankZapper
05:06 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
I plan on hanging out a lot at the "other" site ( can I say that?) as we roll around to the new season. It's a lot of fun and quite a bit of expertise is there too. The sites complement each other. After all too, this IS America. Free speech and all that.
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204. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
05:03 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting GeoffreyWPB:


It was up there for a while...then I refreshed and it was gone.
its digital art got it from the world wide web
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203. GeoffreyWPB
04:59 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
did anyone see it or did it not even make it pass


It was up there for a while...then I refreshed and it was gone.
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201. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
04:58 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
did anyone see it or did it not even make it pass
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200. KoritheMan
04:56 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012

Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:


can ya see it now
Nope.
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199. Bonz
04:55 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Winter has SUCKED in Fort Lauderdale this year. Very little cool weather came our way. And summer will be here before we know it.
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198. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
04:54 AM GMT del 08 Febbraio 2012
Quoting KoritheMan:

Don't see anything.


can ya see it now iam gonna shrink it down to a banner size gif for my blog page header for the 2012 season

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