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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-21-2003, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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Wicked stuff, it seems like the radar has looked like this a lot lately, though.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-21-2003, 01:33 AM Thread Starter
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Anybody else a weather nut? I could watch the radar all day

I thought about being a meterologist for a while, but then I saw some of the math classes they needed to take....yikes.
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I was caught in some ridiculous storm 'bout an hour ago... and that's when we were in the "green"... can't imagine what i'd be like if it was in the "red". I could see shit while drivin'.
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I'm a weather nut I have been riding all since the snow left the ground. I have only got caught in the rain twice. One time I actually had to break out the rain gear, the other time heading out to the Highland House last day, it was maybe a 5 minute light shower. Yesterday I just rode around the storms

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I'm a weather nut too, but only on the days that I fly.
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Anybody else a weather nut? I could watch the radar all day

I thought about being a meterologist for a while, but then I saw some of the math classes they needed to take....yikes.
Same here. Huge weather nut. Thought about being a meteorologist too. Applied to UND for it (U of North Dakota), was accepted. Had a good conversation with Tom Skilling (AWESOME guy), he got me pretty fired up over it. Then I found out starting salary was like $25k. I passed, and went back to being an engineering major.

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Anybody else a weather nut? I could watch the radar all day

I thought about being a meterologist for a while, but then I saw some of the math classes they needed to take....yikes.
Oh, Yeah, I'm a weather nut! I have studied or read about the the weather since I was a child and I took some meterology classes in college.

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AND i am still surprised that u guys even watch weather reports, i just go out the door look up the skies, and lately say, OH @##%$, all that light and no moon in sight. Plus did u notice that now most wheater man will tell u there is 70 % chance of rain, instead of there will be rain tomorow? I know wheather changes in Chicago a lot, but come on every local chanel gets different outlook for the weather what's up with that? are they looking at the same readings, maps? or it all depends which college they finished? just my 2cents,

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