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Severe Weather and the Economic Impact
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By popular demand, this thread is intended for discussion of severe weather events and any related economic impact.

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5474Possible nor'easter for the east coast of the USA next week... Rain to the cEL KABONG!!!-Monday
5473Wow, that mkaes our regular rain in Vancouver seem positively inviting, even wheLoneClone-last Thursday
5472Hmmm... This morning we heard it was "raining" iguanas in Florida. NowEL KABONG!!!-last Wednesday
5471i took an umbrella with me this morning.John Carragher1last Wednesday
5470Very unusual form of precipitation in Florida... EK!!!EL KABONG!!!-last Wednesday
5469Another clip from Newfoundland/Labrador... Snowmageddon... EK!!!EL KABONG!!!-last Wednesday
5468Even in a country where snow is common for 95% of us, that story made the nationLoneClone-January 21
5467Here's an amusing "snow clip" from Newfoundland... EK!!!EL KABONG!!!-January 21
5466 Deep freeze helped, but experts warn we're not out of the woods in fightjohnlw-January 21
5465Though it doesn't really show on a map, in essence Newfoundland, especially LoneClone1January 20
546430-second timelapse of 24 hours of snow in Newfoundland Sheesh.... Ron5January 20
5463Crippling Newfoundland, Canada, Blizzard From Bomb Cyclone Smashes All-Time DailBenny-Rubin-January 19
5462Thanks for the idea, but the landlord pays the heat, so I will just stick with mLoneClone-January 16
5461It's actually pretty amazing to experience temperatures in the -30/-40 area LoneClone1January 16
5460Similar situation with power consumption on this side of the Rockies. One is abjohnlw1January 15
5459I remembered from my high school physics class way back in the early 1960s thatDrygulch Dan1January 15
5458<I>It is a good thing I like a cool bedroom and have a very warm duvet, beEL KABONG!!!2January 15
5457More weather fun. It has just been announced that all ferry sailings have beenLoneClone1January 15
5456Actually, -40 is where the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales coincide, i.e. if the tLoneClone1January 15
5455I am glad I am not facing those frigid temperatures like you and northern BC areLoneClone1January 15
5454re new tech: Its a Siemans turbine/compressor package. They bring some of their johnlw1January 15
5453new tech from Miami ? -40 is that F or C or does it even matter which ? I wDrygulch Dan-January 14
5452We are on opposite sides of the fence when it comes to climate change. We each hjohnlw1January 14
5451Every single time you make a post addressed to me, there is an over or covert anLoneClone1January 13
5450Urban myth. What pine beetle affected area has endured -40* for two weeks plus, johnlw2January 13
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