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Sunday, February 15, 2015

02/15/2015 Current Snow Conditions Across The Area

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
905 AM EST SUN FEB 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 12
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/GRAY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MAINE

...ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY...
   GREENE                 1.5   740 AM  2/15

...CUMBERLAND COUNTY...
   1 SSW SOUTH PORTLAND   5.3   555 AM  2/15
   SOUTH PORTLAND         4.0   711 AM  2/15
   BRIDGTON               3.8   815 AM  2/15
   1 ENE SOUTH WINDHAM    3.0   717 AM  2/15
   PORTLAND JETPORT       2.3   700 AM  2/15
   GRAY NWS OFFICE        2.3   700 AM  2/15
   2 NW FALMOUTH          2.1   628 AM  2/15
   CUMBERLAND CENTER      1.1   622 AM  2/15

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...
   FARMINGTON             2.0   800 AM  2/15
   EUSTIS                 1.0   722 AM  2/15

...KNOX COUNTY...
   ROCKLAND               3.0   452 AM  2/15
   HOPE                   3.0   451 AM  2/15

...OXFORD COUNTY...
   4 E PARIS              4.0   338 AM  2/15

...SAGADAHOC COUNTY...
   2 WNW BOWDOINHAM       1.0   801 AM  2/15

...YORK COUNTY...
   KENNEBUNKPORT         18.0   656 AM  2/15
   2 W KITTERY POINT     17.0  1113 PM  2/14
   OGUNQUIT              17.0   706 AM  2/15
   YORK BEACH            16.0  1219 AM  2/15
   YORK                  13.5  1145 PM  2/14
   SACO                  13.0   727 AM  2/15
   2 NE KENNEBUNK        11.2   504 AM  2/15
   2 W YORK              11.0   549 AM  2/15
   BIDDEFORD             10.6  1129 PM  2/14
   2 ESE VAUGHAN WOODS    7.5  1235 AM  2/15
   OLD ORCHARD BEACH      7.0   949 PM  2/14
   WEST KENNEBUNK         5.9  1256 AM  2/15
   LIMINGTON              3.5   725 AM  2/15
   WEST NEWFIELD          3.0   758 AM  2/15
   HOLLIS                 2.3  1212 AM  2/15

NEW HAMPSHIRE

...BELKNAP COUNTY...
   LACONIA                8.0   506 AM  2/15

...CARROLL COUNTY...
   3 SE NORTH SANDWICH    7.0   536 AM  2/15
   1 N MADISON            6.5   744 AM  2/15
   2 ENE LEAVITT PARK     4.3   255 AM  2/15

...CHESHIRE COUNTY...
   6 ESE ALSTEAD          9.5   732 AM  2/15
   WINCHESTER             9.0   835 AM  2/15
   WALPOLE                7.3   639 AM  2/15

...COOS COUNTY...
   BERLIN                 2.0   643 AM  2/15

...GRAFTON COUNTY...
   1 NNW BRISTOL          8.0   823 AM  2/15

...HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY...
   NASHUA                10.0   620 AM  2/15
   S HUDSON               9.0   743 AM  2/15
   2 NW REEDS FERRY       8.5   743 AM  2/15
   HUDSON                 8.5   714 AM  2/15
   MERRIMACK              8.5   606 AM  2/15
   MANCHESTER             8.5   624 AM  2/15  WMUR STUDIO
   3 S HUDSON             4.5  1001 PM  2/14
   3 NNW MERRIMACK        3.8  1015 PM  2/14
   1 WSW LAWRENCE CORNE   3.5  1200 AM  2/15

...MERRIMACK COUNTY...
   WARNER                14.0   313 AM  2/15
   NORTHFIELD            13.2   827 AM  2/15
   1 SSE HENNIKER        12.0   730 AM  2/15
   WEBSTER               11.5   354 AM  2/15
   CONCORD               11.0   734 AM  2/15
   1 SW CONCORD MANOR    10.0   441 AM  2/15
   CONCORD ASOS           9.7   705 AM  2/15

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...
   2 WSW NORTH HAMPTON   18.0   839 AM  2/15
   STRATHAM              17.0   626 AM  2/15
   1 WNW SEABROOK        16.0  1206 AM  2/15
   PORTSMOUTH            15.0  1151 PM  2/14
   2 ENE STRATHAM        14.0   630 AM  2/15
   3 WSW WEST HAMPSTEAD   9.0   903 AM  2/15
   WEST HAMPSTEAD         8.3   823 AM  2/15
   1 NNE DEERFIELD        7.0   816 AM  2/15
   EPPING                 7.0   850 AM  2/15
   2 SSE LONDONDERRY      5.4  1145 PM  2/14
   2 WSW WEST HAMPSTEAD   5.0  1108 PM  2/14
   ATKINSON               4.3  1004 PM  2/14

...STRAFFORD COUNTY...
   3 NE ALTON             8.0   743 AM  2/15
   2 WNW ELIOT            7.5   543 AM  2/15
   LEE                    7.0   624 AM  2/15
   2 N BLACKWATER         5.0   217 AM  2/15
   2 SSE STRAFFORD        3.7  1216 AM  2/15
   3 W SOMERSWORTH        3.0  1036 PM  2/14

...SULLIVAN COUNTY...
   1 ESE WASHINGTON      14.0   848 AM  2/15
   1 SSE EAST UNITY       7.5   617 AM  2/15
   NEWPORT                3.0   625 AM  2/15
Read more here:
 http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/prodsByState.php?state=ME&prodtype=public

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Geoengineering And The Collapse Of Earth 2014 - THIS MUST BE SHARED!

This is one of those videos that is a shock to the system. Hats off to Dane Wigington for the amazing presentation. Check him out on Facebook here: Please visit the site for more info, these guys know what they are talking about: Dane Wigington presents hard data which reveals what these catastrophic programs have done to our planet to date and what they will do if they are allowed to continue. Please take the time to watch this video, follow up with some investigation of your own on our site -- http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org, and share this information far and wide.

 

STAND UP and LOOK UP!!!!!

Our Local, State, and Federal Level Politicians Are Killing US All!

Sunday, April 6, 2014

WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

WINTER AND SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR NORTHERN...
CENTRAL AND DOWNEAST MAINE...

THIS IS THE EIGHTH WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK FOR
2014...ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN CARIBOU, MAINE.
THE WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL IS FOR NORTHERN, CENTRAL AND
DOWNEAST MAINE FOR THE TWO WEEK PERIOD FROM APRIL 3 TO APRIL 17,
2014.

THE WINTER/SPRING FLOOD POTENTIAL FOR ALL OF NORTHERN, CENTRAL,
AND DOWNEAST MAINE IS ABOVE NORMAL. THIS INCLUDES THE POTENTIAL
FOR FLOODING DUE TO ICE JAMS.

...CLIMATOLOGICAL GUIDANCE...

WHILE THE LATTER HALF OF MARCH DID SEE A FEW BRIEF WARM UPS, THE
OVERALL TREND OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF WEEKS HAS CONTINUED TO BE
COLDER THAN NORMAL. MANY LOCATIONS FINISHED MARCH WITH AVERAGE
MONTHLY TEMPERATURES SOME 6 TO 10 DEGREES COLDER THAN NORMAL. THE
ACTIVE WEATHER TREND HAS ALSO CONTINUED. A VERY STRONG DEVELOPING
LOW PRESSURE BROUGHT HEAVY SNOW TO MUCH OF THE FORECAST AREA,
ESPECIALLY PORTIONS OF DOWNEAST, AT THE END OF LAST MONTH. THIS NOT
ONLY ADDED TO THE SNOWPACK, IT ALSO ADDED LIQUID TO THE ALREADY
WATER-LADEN SNOW.

THIS ACTIVE PATTERN WILL CONTINUE INTO MID APRIL WITH SEVERAL
SYSTEMS TO AFFECT THE AREA. A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL BRING A
SLUG OF PRECIPITATION TO THE PINE TREE STATE THIS WEEKEND,
STARTING OUT AS A WINTRY MIX BUT CHANGING TO RAIN OVER ALL BUT
THE FAR NORTHWEST. STORM TOTAL QPF FROM THIS SYSTEM WILL BE ONE-
HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS OF AN INCH. A STRONGER LOW WILL THEN MOVE
ACROSS WESTERN AND NORTHERN MAINE EARLY NEXT WEEK. THE MODELS HAVE
BEEN TRENDING WARMER WITH THIS SYSTEM, SO MUCH OF ITS PRECIPITATION
WILL FALL AS RAIN. THESE SYSTEMS WILL ONLY SERVE TO ADD EVEN MORE
WATER TO THE SNOWPACK. IN ADDITION, ALTHOUGH COLDER THAN NORMAL
CONDITIONS ARE ALSO EXPECTED TO LINGER OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS,
DAYTIME TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARM ENOUGH TO ALLOW FOR SNOWMELT.
THE OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 6 TO 10 DAY FORECAST
CONTINUES TO CALL FOR COLDER THAN NORMAL AND WETTER THAN NORMAL
CONDITIONS.
 
Read more:https://nwschat.weather.gov/p.php?pid=201404032131-KCAR-FGUS71-ESFCAR  

Climate Engineering Weather Warfare, and the Collapse of Civilization - PLEASE SHARE!!

Planet Earth is under an all out weather warfare assault.
In this video, Dane Wigington gives another presentation in Northern California on the harmful effects of Geoengineering, declaring that there is virtually NO NATURAL WEATHER due to the massive global climate engineering. The very essentials needed to sustain life on earth are being recklessly destroyed by these programs. This is not a topic that will begin to affect us in several years, but is now already causing massive animal and plant die off around the world, as well as human illness.

The debate over whether geoengineering programs are going on is now a moot point. We have more than enough data to confirm it. We have actual footage showing tankers spraying. The materials showing up on the ground are exactly the same materials mentioned in the numerous geoengineering patents and documents. Visit our website for a list of these government patents and documents.

Our skies today are simply not normal. Upon examination this cannot be denied. They are filled with nanoparticulates of heavy metals. But the skies have been filled with grid patterns for so long now that we are used to them and do not see them anymore. Sadly, the fact is that people do not look up.

To be clear, what we are seeing is not cloud seeding to increase rainfall. These particulates are designed to block the sun and move the jet stream. Dane explains how this is causing the drought and deluge being experienced around the globe.

Our atmosphere is nothing but a massive physics lab to geoengineering scientists who have no concern whatsoever about the consequences to humanity or any living thing, including themselves. The experiments are literally tearing the planet apart and destroying life on earth.

Dane reports, among other things, on:
• Geoengineering related climate disruptions, extreme drought and deluge
• Ozone depletion
• Methane release
• Drastic reduction in arctic sea ice
• Global oxygen content reductions
• Oceans on the brink of collapse
• Massive fish die offs
• 200 species becoming extinct every single day
• A drastic rise in Autism, Alzheimer's, and Dementia
• Crisis level forest reductions
• The sterilization of soils making it impossible for plants to grow without Monsanto's aluminum resistant seeds

Dane Wigington presents hard data which reveals what these catastrophic programs have done to our planet to date and what they will do if they are allowed to continue. Please take the time to watch this video, follow up with some investigation of your own on our site -- http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org, and share this information far and wide.

Thank you,
GeoengineeringWatch Staff

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Rufe's Extended Weather Outlook

Extended Outlook

Today:  windy and dry, pm mtn. flurries. Highs 46-53 N/S.
 
Friday;  quiet and dry. Lows 29-35 N/S. highs 43-50 N/S.
 
Saturday; quiet. Light snow @nite/mtns. Lows 27-33. Highs 44-53 N/S.
 
Sunday; quiet. Am flurries/showers north. Lows 33-38. highs 44-55 N/S.
 
Monday; breezy and dry. Lows 29-36 N/S. highs 38-50 N/S.
 
Tuesday; quiet and dry. Lows 24-32 N/S. highs 41-48 N/S.
 
Wednesday; showers. Breezy pm? Lows 31-36. Highs 43-55 N/S.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Rufe's Weather Outlook


 
 Extended Outlook
Tuesday; showers, to flurries mnts @ nite, quiet. Lows 39-46 N/S. highs 56-62 N/S.
Wednesday; showers south, flurries north. Quiet. Lows 34-39. highs 46-51 N/S.
Thursday; windy and dry, mtn. flurries. Lows 30-35. Highs 43-52 N/S.
Friday;  dry, breezy pm. Lows 29-35 N/S. highs 42-50 N/S.
Saturday; quiet and dry. Lows 28-33. Highs 42-51 N/S.
Sunday; quiet. Showers possible. Lows 28-37 N/S. highs 43-52 N/S.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Rufe's Weather Outlook

Extended Outlook
Today:  quiet. Showers north pm? Highs 56-64 N/S, cooler coast.
Tuesday; quiet and dry. Lows 45-50. Highs 60-65.
Wednesday; quiet. Showers/fog late. Lows 46-51. Highs 58-65 N/S, cooler coast.
Thursday; quiet: showers end west to east. Lows 50-55. Highs 59-66 N/S.
Friday;  quiet and dry. Lows 45-50. Highs 54-63 N/S.
Saturday; quiet and dry. Showers north? Lows 41-46. Highs 52-61 N/S.
Sunday; quiet. Showers north. Lows 39-44. Highs 48-57 N/S. 

Friday, May 3, 2013

NaturalNews: Weather radicalization worsening: Expect food shortages and price spikes to follow‏

Dear Lisbon Reporter and NaturalNews readers,
Radical weather patterns are blasting North America yet again... and it's supposed to be springtime! Instead, many states are getting hammered with freezing winds and record snowfall.
Why is the weather so messed up these days? And what does it mean for the food supply?
http://www.naturalnews.com/040166_weather_radicalization_food_supply_freezing_temperatures.html


Here's how to prevent diabetes with everyday foods:
http://www.naturalnews.com/040180_diabets_prevention_foods_cinnamon.html


Missouri is moving to protect parental rights against federal tyranny:
http://www.naturalnews.com/040181_parental_rights_homeschooling_government_tyranny.html


Common weeds for dinner? Check out this article on finding food in your own back yard:
http://www.naturalnews.com/040176_edible_weeds_free_food_garden.html



Missouri moving to protect parental rights from federal tyranny over medicine, education and discipline of children
(NaturalNews) A number of Missouri lawmakers are supporting an amendment to the state constitution that essentially formalizes the fundamental right of parents to raise their children as they see fit. In late April the House gave its approval to a...


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(NaturalNews) According to the most recent statistics, about one-third of the entire U.S. population, or more than 100 million Americans, suffers from either diabetes or pre-diabetes, a blood sugar condition that can eventually lead to more serious health...


Obama trying to take over public education with 'common core' curriculum that teaches socialism
(NaturalNews) Whenever he can, President Obama likes to poke fun at anyone who suggests that he's a closet socialist because that's what socialists do - they ridicule anyone who tries to "out" them. And yet, every policy he pursues takes a page right...


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(NaturalNews) To the country's largely liberal mainstream media, there is nothing to see here, but to the Government Accountability Office - and a growing list of alternative media - large-scale ammunition purchases by a massive government...


More research verifies powerful anti-cancer properties of turmeric
(NaturalNews) A growing body of research continues to pile up, showing that turmeric and its naturally occurring compounds have potent anti-cancer properties. Turmeric root is one of the most important spices and traditional medicines across vast sections...


Common backyard weeds for dinner? Delicious and nutrient rich fare at your fingertips that won't break the bank
(NaturalNews) Instead of signing over your entire paycheck for organic produce, have you considered the bounty of nourishing fare growing wild right in your own backyard? Not surprisingly, edible weeds have come back into vogue as food prices continue...


Your doctor may be misleading you about your lab results and what's 'normal'
(NaturalNews) Most Americans have little-to-no medical training whatsoever, so it's nigh-on impossible for them to figure out what is and is not "normal," in terms of lab results and so forth. What's more, your doctor may not be providing you with...


Organic agriculture ravaged by chemtrails - Monsanto seizes the opportunity, profits and dominates
(NaturalNews) Organic farmers have yet another environmental hazard to contend with, this time compliments of the U.S. government in the form of chemtrails. A mess of toxic chemicals, these harmful sprays pollute the soil, water and air while compromising...


EPA deliberately releases private details on factory farmers to environmental groups
(NaturalNews) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is in hot water following the agency's impetuous release of sensitive information on roughly 80,000 American farmers and cattle ranchers, according to new reports. In response to a


Four steps to rid your body of fluoride's negative affects
(NaturalNews) For years experts have been warning against the dangers of sodium fluoride, but that awareness has grown in recent years, as cities like Portland, Ore. have angered residents with plans to add fluoride, and voters in Wichita, Kan. voting...


How 'Earth Day' could reinvent itself as... relevant
(NaturalNews) You know how the "Earth Day" story goes. The Cuyahoga River in Cleveland caught on fire. Wild birds were laying eggs so weak, they broke open before the chicks were ready to hatch. Acid rain was skewing the pH of lake, river, and coastal...


Shifting from being a consumer to a producer
(NaturalNews) Confucius said that the health of a nation could be determined by the integrity of its homes. If we apply that standard, we're in trouble. Culturally, most Americans don't even have homes anymore. They have houses, not homes. Homes are something...


Include these seven brain superfoods in your daily diet for optimum functioning
(NaturalNews) You probably know enough about neurological excitoxins such as aspartame and MSG to avoid them, right? If not, plug in those terms in the NaturalNews search window at the top of the site's page and explore NaturalNews archives...


India considers banning captive dolphin entertainment
(NaturalNews) The Indian Minister of Environment and Forests, Jayanthi Natarajan, is currently considering a nationwide ban on dolphin and whale, collectively known as cetaceans, captivity. Other governing bodies in India have already assumed anti-captivity...


Triceps exercises for a complete workout
(NaturalNews) The triceps are an often misunderstood muscle group. Despite "tri" being in the name, few people know that there are three heads. To fully work the triceps, you must do exercises that emphasize the different heads. It's impossible to isolate...


Weather radicalization worsening, global food supply at increased risk of regional failures
(NaturalNews) If you live in the USA, you're probably experiencing some of the effects of a cold weather front and multi-state blizzard that's sweeping across much of North America. While the weather felt like summer just a few days ago, suddenly much...


Ron Paul: Boston lockdown, police state manhunt resembled 'banana republic' military action
(NaturalNews) Former long-serving U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas isn't mincing words when describing the scene in and around Boston following the April 15 terrorist bombing of the famous annual Boston Marathon. To him, the tactics local police and federal...

Friday, April 12, 2013

Weather Update From Rufus

    Weather Update
4/12/13   8 AM
MAINE SERVICE AREAS 
Low pressure will move into Eastern Great Lakes region today while a secondary storm develops over Northern Virginia. That low will track up into the Gulf of Maine by early tomorrow morning before sliding south of Nova Scotia by tomorrow night. A ridge of cold high pressure to the north is supplying enough cold air to the region to bring some messy, wintry conditions with a mix of snow, sleet and even some freezing rain en route for today and tonight. Initial push of precipitation early this morning will be minor - with steadier snow and sleet holding off until later this morning. A mix of sleet, some snow and rain or freezing rain will persist into tonight- with the steadier precipitation winding down as rain showers later tonight
 
FORECAST DETAILS:
Today: Cloudy – snow, sleet and some rain will become steadier by midday. Highs 32-37  Eastern Townships. Snow and sleet accumulations 2-4” / except 1-2”. Winds E-NE at 10-20 mph. (20-35 km/h)
 
Tonight: Snow, sleet and any rain will end by 2 am. Additional snowfall from 1-2” in Maine, 2-3” Lows 28-33 . Winds N-NE at 7-15 mph or 15-25 km/h.
 
Saturday: Cloudy with light rain showers. Highs 47-52  Winds W-NW at 7-1 5mph / 15-25 km/h.
 
Icing is not expected to be an issue – we may see some light ice accretion locally – mainly from 1 pm until 7 pm tonight – mainly across elevated terrain (Berlin to Groveton and Island Pond to Coaticook.
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2.  Will continue to monitor.
 

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Extended Weather Forecast From Rufus

Extended Forecast

Today; mtn. flurries, windy. Lows 18-24 N/S, highs 30-43 N/S. 

Wednesday;    windy and dry. Lows 15-23 N/S, highs 31-43 N/S.

Thursday;        breezy and dry. Lows 16-24 N/S, highs 40-48 N/S.

Friday;             quiet and dry. Lows 24-31 N/S. highs 45-51 N/S.

Saturday;         flurries north, showers south, windy. Lows 24-42 N/S. highs 37-49 N/S.

Sunday;           dry and quiet. Lows 20-29 N/S. highs 36-49 N/S.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Snow Fall Totals Around Maine & New Hampshire for 02/09/2013

 
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
210 PM EST SAT FEB 09 2013

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/GRAY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MAINE

...ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY...
   2 E LEWISTON          25.5   159 PM  2/09
   4 S TURNER            24.0  1139 AM  2/09
   2 ESE LEWISTON        21.5  1113 AM  2/09
   DURHAM                18.8   824 AM  2/09

...CUMBERLAND COUNTY...
   WESTBROOK             30.0  1132 AM  2/09
   PORTLAND JETPORT      29.3   755 AM  2/09
   1 ENE SOUTH WINDHAM   28.0   750 AM  2/09
   PORTLAND - N DEERING  26.5  1137 AM  2/09
   GRAY NWS OFFICE       26.4  1259 PM  2/09
   GORHAM                26.1  1027 AM  2/09
   GRAY                  24.0  1112 AM  2/09
   3 NNW PORTLAND        24.0   928 AM  2/09
   BRIDGTON              22.5   103 PM  2/09
   1 SSE GORHAM          22.0   830 AM  2/09
   5 NNW PORTLAND        21.4   204 PM  2/09
   4 NNE RAYMOND         20.5   952 AM  2/09  WIND GUSTS TO 45 MPH.
   PORTLAND - RIVERTON   20.0   838 AM  2/09
   NORTH SEBAGO          17.1   946 AM  2/09
   2 SW CASCO            16.5   824 AM  2/09
   3 NE NAPLES           15.0   800 AM  2/09

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...
   2 N JAY                9.0   808 AM  2/09
   FARMINGTON             6.0   839 AM  2/09

...KENNEBEC COUNTY...
   1 SE AUGUSTA          19.5   854 AM  2/09
   RANDOLPH              19.0   146 PM  2/09

...KNOX COUNTY...
   3 NW UNION            22.0   800 AM  2/09
   1 SSW CAMDEN          18.0   900 AM  2/09

...LINCOLN COUNTY...
   WESTPORT ISLAND       23.0   800 AM  2/09
   2 SW NEWCASTLE        18.0   730 AM  2/09

...OXFORD COUNTY...
   1 W OTISFIELD         24.0  1122 AM  2/09
   DIXFIELD              11.0   951 AM  2/09

...SAGADAHOC COUNTY...
   RICHMOND              26.5   202 PM  2/09
   1 W RICHMOND          23.5   838 AM  2/09

...SOMERSET COUNTY...
   SKOWHEGAN              9.0   953 AM  2/09
   JACKMAN                3.0  1020 AM  2/09

...WALDO COUNTY...
   3 N WINTERPORT        15.3   740 AM  2/09

...YORK COUNTY...
   BERWICK               32.0  1221 PM  2/09
   2 NNW SACO            27.0  1053 AM  2/09
   HOLLIS                24.5   115 PM  2/09
   4 SW WELLS            23.5   800 AM  2/09
   1 SSW CORNISH         21.0  1008 AM  2/09
   5 N YORK              20.5   900 AM  2/09

NEW HAMPSHIRE

...BELKNAP COUNTY...
   LACONIA               23.6  1157 AM  2/09
   8 E LACONIA           18.2   830 AM  2/09
   3 SSE GILFORD         18.0   127 PM  2/09
   2 NE LOCHMERE         18.0  1252 PM  2/09
   3 NE TILTON NORTHFIE  13.0   755 AM  2/09

...CARROLL COUNTY...
   WOLFEBORO BAY         17.8   933 AM  2/09  1.38 LIQUID EQ

...COOS COUNTY...
   WHITEFIELD             4.0   956 AM  2/09

...GRAFTON COUNTY...
   LEBANON               16.0  1147 AM  2/09
   1 NNW BRISTOL         13.7   726 AM  2/09
   HAVERHILL              8.8   740 AM  2/09
   3 S LYME               5.3   805 AM  2/09

...MERRIMACK COUNTY...
   CONCORD ASOS          24.0   104 PM  2/09
   1 SSE HENNIKER        20.0   746 AM  2/09
   SSW PITTSFIELD        19.0   800 AM  2/09
   2 ESE DANBURY         14.8   800 AM  2/09

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...
   1 NNW SEABROOK        26.2   930 AM  2/09
   1 S EAST HAMPSTEAD    26.0  1004 AM  2/09
   3 ENE DERRY           22.0   727 AM  2/09
   1 NNE DEERFIELD       21.0  1218 PM  2/09
   2 SSE GREENLAND       21.0   800 AM  2/09

...STRAFFORD COUNTY...
   2 SSE FARMINGTON      27.0   943 AM  2/09
   3 NE ALTON            19.0  1211 PM  2/09

...SULLIVAN COUNTY...
   1 ESE WASHINGTON      19.0   747 AM  2/09
   1 E WEST UNITY        14.5   909 AM  2/09
   EAST LEMPSTER         13.0   813 AM  2/09

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MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-180235--100710-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
210 PM EST SAT FEB 09 2013

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/GRAY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MAINE

...ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY...
   2 E LEWISTON          25.5   159 PM  2/09
   4 S TURNER            24.0  1139 AM  2/09
   2 ESE LEWISTON        21.5  1113 AM  2/09
   DURHAM                18.8   824 AM  2/09

...CUMBERLAND COUNTY...
   WESTBROOK             30.0  1132 AM  2/09
   PORTLAND JETPORT      29.3   755 AM  2/09
   1 ENE SOUTH WINDHAM   28.0   750 AM  2/09
   PORTLAND - N DEERING  26.5  1137 AM  2/09
   GRAY NWS OFFICE       26.4  1259 PM  2/09
   GORHAM                26.1  1027 AM  2/09
   GRAY                  24.0  1112 AM  2/09
   3 NNW PORTLAND        24.0   928 AM  2/09
   BRIDGTON              22.5   103 PM  2/09
   1 SSE GORHAM          22.0   830 AM  2/09
   5 NNW PORTLAND        21.4   204 PM  2/09
   4 NNE RAYMOND         20.5   952 AM  2/09  WIND GUSTS TO 45 MPH.
   PORTLAND - RIVERTON   20.0   838 AM  2/09
   NORTH SEBAGO          17.1   946 AM  2/09
   2 SW CASCO            16.5   824 AM  2/09
   3 NE NAPLES           15.0   800 AM  2/09

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...
   2 N JAY                9.0   808 AM  2/09
   FARMINGTON             6.0   839 AM  2/09

...KENNEBEC COUNTY...
   1 SE AUGUSTA          19.5   854 AM  2/09
   RANDOLPH              19.0   146 PM  2/09

...KNOX COUNTY...
   3 NW UNION            22.0   800 AM  2/09
   1 SSW CAMDEN          18.0   900 AM  2/09

...LINCOLN COUNTY...
   WESTPORT ISLAND       23.0   800 AM  2/09
   2 SW NEWCASTLE        18.0   730 AM  2/09

...OXFORD COUNTY...
   1 W OTISFIELD         24.0  1122 AM  2/09
   DIXFIELD              11.0   951 AM  2/09

...SAGADAHOC COUNTY...
   RICHMOND              26.5   202 PM  2/09
   1 W RICHMOND          23.5   838 AM  2/09

...SOMERSET COUNTY...
   SKOWHEGAN              9.0   953 AM  2/09
   JACKMAN                3.0  1020 AM  2/09

...WALDO COUNTY...
   3 N WINTERPORT        15.3   740 AM  2/09

...YORK COUNTY...
   BERWICK               32.0  1221 PM  2/09
   2 NNW SACO            27.0  1053 AM  2/09
   HOLLIS                24.5   115 PM  2/09
   4 SW WELLS            23.5   800 AM  2/09
   1 SSW CORNISH         21.0  1008 AM  2/09
   5 N YORK              20.5   900 AM  2/09

NEW HAMPSHIRE

...BELKNAP COUNTY...
   LACONIA               23.6  1157 AM  2/09
   8 E LACONIA           18.2   830 AM  2/09
   3 SSE GILFORD         18.0   127 PM  2/09
   2 NE LOCHMERE         18.0  1252 PM  2/09
   3 NE TILTON NORTHFIE  13.0   755 AM  2/09

...CARROLL COUNTY...
   WOLFEBORO BAY         17.8   933 AM  2/09  1.38 LIQUID EQ

...COOS COUNTY...
   WHITEFIELD             4.0   956 AM  2/09

...GRAFTON COUNTY...
   LEBANON               16.0  1147 AM  2/09
   1 NNW BRISTOL         13.7   726 AM  2/09
   HAVERHILL              8.8   740 AM  2/09
   3 S LYME               5.3   805 AM  2/09

...MERRIMACK COUNTY...
   CONCORD ASOS          24.0   104 PM  2/09
   1 SSE HENNIKER        20.0   746 AM  2/09
   SSW PITTSFIELD        19.0   800 AM  2/09
   2 ESE DANBURY         14.8   800 AM  2/09

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...
   1 NNW SEABROOK        26.2   930 AM  2/09
   1 S EAST HAMPSTEAD    26.0  1004 AM  2/09
   3 ENE DERRY           22.0   727 AM  2/09
   1 NNE DEERFIELD       21.0  1218 PM  2/09
   2 SSE GREENLAND       21.0   800 AM  2/09

...STRAFFORD COUNTY...
   2 SSE FARMINGTON      27.0   943 AM  2/09
   3 NE ALTON            19.0  1211 PM  2/09

...SULLIVAN COUNTY...
   1 ESE WASHINGTON      19.0   747 AM  2/09
   1 E WEST UNITY        14.5   909 AM  2/09
   EAST LEMPSTER         13.0   813 AM  2/09

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SXUS71 KGYX 091832
RERPWM

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
132 PM EST SAT FEB 09 2013

...RECORD STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL SET AT PORTLAND ME...

A RECORD SNOWFALL OF 31.9 INCHES HAS SET AT PORTLAND ME TODAY. THIS
BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 27.1 SET ON JANUARY 17 AND 18 1979. THIS
MAKES IT THE GREATEST SNOWSTORM ON RECORD AT PORTLAND ME...AND
ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED.

$$

LEGRO







Thursday, March 1, 2012

Snowfall Amounts for March 1, 2012

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
847 PM EST THU MAR 01 2012

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/GRAY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MAINE

...ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY...
   4 S TURNER             9.0   504 PM  3/01
   DURHAM                 8.1   325 PM  3/01
   2 E LEWISTON           6.5   317 PM  3/01  STILL SNOWING
   1 NW AUBURN            6.0   259 PM  3/01
   2 ESE LEWISTON         5.5   155 PM  3/01
   TURNER                 5.5   514 PM  3/01  LIGHT SNOW

...CUMBERLAND COUNTY...
   PORTLAND JETPORT      13.0   700 PM  3/01  OFFICIAL SNOW OBSERVER
   3 WSW SCARBOROUGH     13.0   821 PM  3/01
   WESTBROOK             10.0   804 PM  3/01
   BRIDGTON               9.5   758 PM  3/01
   CUMBERLAND             8.0   450 PM  3/01
   NEW GLOUCESTER         7.5   514 PM  3/01
   PORTLAND - N DEERING   7.2   200 PM  3/01
   2 SW CASCO             7.0   600 PM  3/01
   GRAY NWS OFFICE        6.9   655 PM  3/01
   STANDISH               6.8   215 PM  3/01
   4 ENE WESTBROOK        6.6   250 PM  3/01
   NORTH SEBAGO           6.0   445 PM  3/01

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...
   EUSTIS                 6.0   414 PM  3/01

...KENNEBEC COUNTY...
   3 WNW VASSALBORO       9.5   428 PM  3/01
   AUGUSTA                8.0   500 PM  3/01
   RANDOLPH               6.5   524 PM  3/01

...KNOX COUNTY...
   HOPE                   8.0   647 PM  3/01

...OXFORD COUNTY...
   4 WSW TURNER           8.0   821 PM  3/01

...YORK COUNTY...
   3 W BIDDEFORD         11.0   553 PM  3/01
   2 NE KENNEBUNK        10.3   627 PM  3/01
   SACO                   9.0   546 PM  3/01
   5 NW HOLLIS            8.3   536 PM  3/01
   1 SSW CORNISH          7.8   536 PM  3/01

NEW HAMPSHIRE

...BELKNAP COUNTY...
   LACONIA                9.5   606 PM  3/01  LIGHT SNOW

...CARROLL COUNTY...
   3 SE NORTH SANDWICH   12.3   428 PM  3/01

...GRAFTON COUNTY...
   2 NNW PLYMOUTH         3.6   620 PM  3/01

...MERRIMACK COUNTY...
   1 SSE HENNIKER        11.0   546 PM  3/01
   NEW LONDON            11.0   200 PM  3/01
   CONCORD ASOS           8.9   700 PM  3/01  OFFICIAL SNOW OBSERVER
   CONCORD                8.0   430 PM  3/01

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...
   2 ENE STRATHAM        14.0   803 PM  3/01
   HAMPSTEAD             13.0   213 PM  3/01

...STRAFFORD COUNTY...
   2 SSE STRAFFORD        8.5   255 PM  3/01  LIGHT SNOW

...SULLIVAN COUNTY...
   1 S UNITY             10.0   641 PM  3/01
   EAST LEMPSTER          8.3   410 PM  3/01
   2 N LEMPSTER           7.0   731 PM  3/01

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Uh Oh!!! Is It The Beginning Of The End? NASA space weather prediction center predicts massive M9-class solar eruption to strike earth today Monday, January 23, 2012 by: Ethan A. Huff,

NASA space weather prediction center predicts massive M9-class solar eruption to strike earth today

Monday, January 23, 2012 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
 (NaturalNews) Late last night, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory observed a massive "ultraviolet flash" emitted from the sun, which has turned out to be the largest solar radiation storm since 2005. This M9-class coronal mass ejection (CME) is expected to hit earth today at 9 am EST, and could cause widespread communications interference and damage to electrical systems and structures.

This M9-class solar eruption is just teetering below an X-class eruption, which is considered to be the most severe type of solar storm. M9-class solar eruptions have been occurring almost daily throughout the past week in an area of the sun known as sunspot 1402. But as this area slowly rotates towards the direction of earth, the threat of damage and destruction continues to increase.

"There is little doubt that the cloud is heading in the general direction of Earth," says a Spaceweather.com update. "A preliminary inspection of SOHO / STEREO imagery suggests that the CME will deliver a strong glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field on Jan. 24 - 25 as it sails mostly north of our planet."

You can view a captured image of this powerful CME here:
http://www.spaceweather.com/images2012/23jan12/m9.jpg

READ MORE HERE


Thursday, January 12, 2012

Snowfall Amounts For Jan. 12, 2012

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
338 PM EST THU JAN 12 2012

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 8
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/GRAY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MAINE

...ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY...
   DURHAM                 4.8   322 PM  1/12
   2 E LEWISTON           4.3  1256 PM  1/12
   1 NW AUBURN            4.0   129 PM  1/12
   4 S TURNER             2.0  1155 AM  1/12  VISIBILITY 300YDS

...CUMBERLAND COUNTY...
   1 N CUMBERLAND         5.5   320 PM  1/12
   PORTLAND - N DEERING   5.5   115 PM  1/12
   BRIDGTON               5.3  1247 PM  1/12  CU05
   2 SE WESTBROOK         5.0   220 PM  1/12
   2 SW CASCO             4.5  1204 PM  1/12
   GORHAM                 4.5   115 PM  1/12
   2 SSW CUMBERLAND       4.0  1218 PM  1/12
   NORTH SEBAGO           3.5  1105 AM  1/12  1.5 PER HOUR   21 DEG

...KNOX COUNTY...
   HOPE                   2.0  1258 PM  1/12

...LINCOLN COUNTY...
   WESTPORT               5.0   126 PM  1/12
   1 N EDGECOMB           2.0  1123 AM  1/12

...OXFORD COUNTY...
   2 NW OXFORD            2.0  1112 AM  1/12
   4 E PARIS              2.0  1126 AM  1/12
   1 NNW STONEHAM         1.5  1116 AM  1/12
   1 E MEXICO             0.5  1113 AM  1/12

...YORK COUNTY...
   2 NE KENNEBUNK         8.0   101 PM  1/12  MIXING WTIH SLEET
   2 ESE VAUGHAN WOODS    6.0  1254 PM  1/12  SWITCHED TO SLEET
   3 W BIDDEFORD          5.5  1204 PM  1/12
   3 SE SOUTH BERWICK     5.0  1128 AM  1/12  -SN -PL
   1 ESE BIDDEFORD        1.5  1111 AM  1/12  CHANGING TO RAIN

NEW HAMPSHIRE

...BELKNAP COUNTY...
   LACONIA                5.0  1155 AM  1/12
   3 SSE GILFORD          2.5   934 AM  1/12  27 DEG

...CARROLL COUNTY...
   5 E SANDWICH           8.0   104 PM  1/12
   NORTH CONWAY           5.9  1224 PM  1/12
   1 WSW WOLFEBORO        4.9   110 PM  1/12
   CENTER SANDWICH        4.8  1023 AM  1/12
   WOLFEBORO              2.3   826 AM  1/12  .25SWE 25F DEGREES

...COOS COUNTY...
   1 SW RANDOLPH          6.0   238 PM  1/12

...GRAFTON COUNTY...
   ORFORD                 2.0  1032 AM  1/12

...MERRIMACK COUNTY...
   1 SSE HENNIKER         5.0  1150 AM  1/12  CURRENTLY FZRAPL
   CONCORD                5.0  1043 AM  1/12

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...
   1 NNE DEERFIELD        5.0  1141 AM  1/12
   3 E DERRY              3.8  1137 AM  1/12  -PL
   EPPING                 3.0  1043 AM  1/12
   2 ENE STRATHAM         3.0  1116 AM  1/12  MIXING WITH PL 33 DEG
   LONDONDERRY            2.5  1227 PM  1/12

...STRAFFORD COUNTY...
   2 SSE STRAFFORD        5.0   326 PM  1/12

NOAA Website 

More at www.weather.gov/gray

 

Gale Warning 0002 continues until 700 AM EST Jan 14th
Winter Storm Warning 0001 is now in effect until 800 PM EST
Winter Weather Advisory 0002 is now in effect until 800 PM EST

Low pressure will weaken as it moves into the Maritimes tonight. At the same time, another area of low pressure will approach New England from the west. Low pressure will move northeast through northern New England on Friday swinging a trailing cold front through the area and setting up a strong southwest flow in it's wake. A trough of low pressure will linger of the area Friday night and will move offshore on Saturday. High pressure will gradually build in from the west Saturday night through Sunday. High pressure will crest over the region on Monday and shift offshore in the afternoon. A cold front will approach from the northwest Monday night through Tuesday. Low pressure will develop along the front and will move into northern New England by Wednesday morning swinging the front through the region. Low pressure will race off to the northeast on Wednesday.  See Full Discussion

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Extraordinary New Documentary: The Secret Government "The Great Culling" (chemtrails, eugenics, fertility, food, poison, water )

A new documentary


Unlike "What In The World Are They Spraying?", this new film will cover more than just geo-engineering/chemtrails. This time Paul Wittenberger teams up with photographer Chris Maple to examine the causes of the current pandemic of neurological diseases and disorders such as Alzheimer's and Autism.

It will include interviews with Rosalind Peterson, the founder of California Skywatch; James Rota, DDS; David C. Kennedy, DDS; and Lauren Feder, MD amongst others and focus on the poison added to our drinking water  fluoride, plus the dangers of vaccines, as well as the poisons added to our air.
thegreatculling.org


"The Great Culling"
Official Air Trailer

Friday, December 16, 2011

Severe Weather Alerts A Lot of Air Moving Around Lisbon AREA Til 4 PM

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Local Weather Alert

Wind Advisory for Androscoggin, ME

From 7:00 AM EST, Fri., Dec 16, 2011 until 4:00 PM EST, Fri., Dec 16, 2011


Issued by The National Weather Service
Portland, ME

Fri, Dec 16, 2011, 4:08 AM EST

... WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 7 AM THIS MORNING TO 4 PM EST THIS AFTERNOON...
* WINDS... WEST 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 45 MPH... BECOMING NORTHWEST.
* TIMING... THIS MORNING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON.
PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
A WIND ADVISORY MEANS STRONG WINDS OF 31 TO 39 MPH OR GUSTS OF 46 TO 57 MPH CAN LEAD TO DAMAGE DUE TO DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES.
&&

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... STRONG WIND GUSTS TODAY...
.A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE REGION THIS MORNING. STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS WILL DEVELOP FOLLOWING THE FRONT.