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FPUS51 KBTV 220803
ZFPBTV

ZONE FORECASTS FOR VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
400 AM EDT WED OCT 22 2003



VTZ003-004-006>008-010-016>018-222000-
CALEDONIA VT-EASTERN ADDISON VT-EASTERN CHITTENDEN VT-EASTERN
FRANKLIN VT-ESSEX VT-LAMOILLE VT-ORANGE VT-ORLEANS VT-WASHINGTON VT-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BRISTOL VT...ISLAND POND VT...
MONTPELIER VT...NEWPORT VT...RANDOLPH VT...RICHFORD VT...
ST. JOHNSBURY VT...STOWE VT...UNDERHILL VT
400 AM EDT WED OCT 22 2003

.TODAY...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY...MAINLY THIS AFTERNOON. LITTLE OR NO
SNOW ACCUMULATION. COLD WITH A HIGH IN THE MID 30S. NORTH WIND AROUND
15 MPH. CHANCE OF SNOW 60 PERCENT.
.TONIGHT...SNOW SHOWERS LIKELY. ACCUMULATION 1 TO 3 INCHES. LOW 25 TO
30. NORTH WIND AROUND 10 MPH. CHANCE OF SNOW 60 PERCENT.
.THURSDAY...SNOW LIKELY. TOTAL ACCUMULATION...1 TO 4 INCHES.
CONTINUED COLD WITH A HIGH IN THE MID 30S. NORTH WIND 10 TO 20 MPH.
CHANCE OF SNOW 60 PERCENT.
.THURSDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS
UNTIL MIDNIGHT. LOW 25 TO 30. CHANCE OF SNOW 20 PERCENT.
.FRIDAY...PARTLY SUNNY. HIGH 40 TO 45.
.FRIDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLEAR. LOW 25 TO 30.
.SATURDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH NEAR 50.
.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS DURING THE NIGHT. LOW IN
THE UPPER 30S AND HIGH IN THE MID 50S.
.MONDAY...PARTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. LOW 40 TO 45 AND
HIGH NEAR 60.
.TUESDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS . LOW IN
THE LOWER 40S AND HIGH IN THE LOWER 50S.

$$




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FXUS61 KBTV 220802
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
401 AM EDT WED OCT 22 2003

.DISCUSSION...COMPLEX WEATHER PATTERN EVOLVING OVER THE NEXT FEW
DAYS.  CURRENTLY AT THE SURFACE...THE LOW THAT WAS APPROACHING THE
REGION THIS TIME YESTERDAY HAS MOVED UP ALONG THE CANADIAN MARITIME
COAST. AT 500 MB...TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE CARVING OUT OVER THE
NORTHEASTERN US...WITH COLD POOL OF -25C AIR ADVECTING OVER THE
AREA. WEAK JET PRESENT OVER CANADIAN MARITIME SFC LOW PRESSURE...
BUT BEST JET DYNAMICS CARVING THROUGH BASE OF TROUGH OVER MID
ATLANTIC STATES. LOW PRESSURE FORMING OFF MID ATLANTIC COAST IN
RESPONSE TO THE JET WILL MOVE UP THE COAST THROUGH THURSDAY...
ALTHOUGH IT REMAINS WELL OFFSHORE.

FOR TODAY INTO TONIGHT...WITH UPPER LOW MOVING INTO AREA AIRMASS
SHOULD DESTABILIZE ENOUGH BETWEEN COLD POOL ALOFT AND PVA TO TOUCH
OFF PRECIP.  CHANGED BACK TO RAIN/SNOW SHOWER MIX IN THE VALLEYS.
BUFKIT DATA SUGGEST FREEZING LEVEL WILL RISE TO 1000-1200 FEET THIS
AFTERNOON...SO ANY PRECIP SHOULD BE A MIX. LEFT AS ALL SNOW IN
MOUNTAINS.

FOR THURSDAY...AS LOW APPROACHES NEW ENGLAND...CHANCES FOR PRECIP
INCREASE FOR VERMONT...AND TAPER OFF TO THE WEST INTO NEW YORK.
STILL SOME CHANCE FOR RAIN/SNOW MIX...WITH FREEZING LEVEL ALLOWING A
MIX IN THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY AND LOWER ELEVATIONS IN CENTRAL VT.
HIGHER ELEVATIONS SHOULD SEE ALL SNOW. LATER IN THE DAY THURSDAY AS
THE LOW MOVES NORTHEAST...SATURATED LOW LEVELS COMBINED WITH WESTERLY
UPSLOPE FLOW SHOULD KEEP MOUNTAIN SNOWSHOWERS GOING.

SNOW AMOUNTS WILL BE ELEVATION DEPENDENT...WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS OVER
HIGHER TERRAIN.  WITH RELATIVELY WARM GROUND TEMPS...DON'T EXPECT
MUCH ON ROADWAYS...BUT COULD SEE ACCUMULATIONS OF 1 TO 4 INCHES ON
GRASSY SURFACES.

LATER IN THE WEEK THE UPPER LOW FINALLY MOVES EAST...AND HIGH
PRESSURE BUILDS IN BRIEFLY FRIDAY AFTERNOON/NIGHT. WILL SEE A BREAK
IN THE CLOUDS FRIDAY...THEN ANOTHER WARMFRONT WILL BRING CHCS FOR
RAIN LATE IN THE WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.

&&

.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...NONE.
NY...NONE.

$$

HANSON





FXUS61 KBTV 220159
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
959 PM EDT TUE OCT 21 2003

PRECIPITATION HAS ENDED ACROSS MOST OF THE FORECAST AREA ATTM...
WITH CLOUDY SKIES. WILL UPDATE THE ZONE FORECASTS TO REMOVE
MENTION OF RAIN SHOWERS...BUT WILL KEEP A CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS
IN THE OVERNIGHT FORECAST...AS COLD ADVECTION AT THE SURFACE AND
ALOFT WILL TAKE PLACE ACROSS THE REGION OVERNIGHT...BUT NOT
EXPECTING ANY MEASURABLE SNOWFALL OVERNIGHT. LAST NIGHTS AND TODAYS
HEAVY RAINFALL CAUSED SHARP RISES ON SEVERAL RIVERS IN NORTHERN
VERMONT TODAY...BUT LATEST HYDROVIEW DATA SHOWS THAT THESE RIVERS
HAVE CRESTED AND ARE STARTING TO SLOWLY RECEDE...WITH NO RIVERS
GOING ABOVE FLOOD STAGE.  HAVE ALSO MADE SOME ADJUSTMENTS TO THE
OVERNIGHT MIN TEMPS IN SOME OF THE ZONES...AS WELL AS THE WINDS.
OTHERWISE...NO CHANGES TO THE REMAINDER OF THE FORECAST.

...PREVIOUS FORECAST DISCUSSION FOLLOWS BELOW...

WEDS-THURS...THINGS GET PRETTY INTERESTING ACRS OUR CWA AS STRONG
5H VORT AND +100KT 25H JET HELPS TO AMPLIFIED AND CUTOFF MID/UPPER
LVL TROF ACRS NE CONUS. MODELS CONT TO HAVE DIFFICULTIES WITH
POSITION/STRENGTH OF TROF ACRS REGION AND THE EXACT PLACEMENT AND
MOVEMENT OF COAST LOW PRES. NGM MOST AGGRESSIVE WITH 5H CUTOFF AND
HAS THE SFC REFLECTION CLOSEST TO THE SNE COAST. HOWEVER...
ETA/GEM/GFS PLACES 5H CUTOFF OVER SNE WITH ASSOCIATED SFC LOW IN THE
GULF OF MAINE. ALL MODELS AGREE ON PLENTY OF WRAP AROUND MOISTURE AND
SOME DYNAMICS MOVING THROUGH OUR CWA WEDS INTO THURS. CRNT FEELING
ENOUGH LIFT ASSOCIATED MID LVL WAA AND GOOD 850-500MB Q-VECTOR
CONVERGENCE WL LEAD TO PARTS OF VT RECEIVING ACCUMULATING SNOW. MESO-
ETA SHOWS GOOD 850-700MB FG BAND ALONG WITH SOME 7H LIFT/MOISTURE AND
DUAL 25H JET STRUCTURE TO PROVIDE LIFT...ESPECIALLY ACRS EASTERN VT.
85H TEMPS NEAR -5C AND 850-700MB/1000-850MB CRITICAL THICKNESS VALUES
SUPPORT ALL SNOW ACRS OUR CWA FOR WEDS INTO THURS. THIS TEMP PROFILE
COMBINED WITH NORTHERLY SFC FLOW SUPPORTS TEMPS M/U 30S ACRS MOST OF
THE CWA. SFC LOW PRES IS PROGGED TO LIFT SLOWLY INTO EASTERN CANADA
BY 00Z FRI AND LLVL FLOW BCMS MORE WESTERLY. THIS UPSLOPE FLOW
COMBINED WITH LEFTOVER MOISTURE WL CONT TO MENTION -SW IN FAVORITE
UPSLOPE REGIONS. SOME SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS COULD OCCUR
BTWN COAST SYSTEM AND PROLONGED UPSLOPE EVENT ACRS PARTS OF VT...
THEREFORE WL ISSUE SPS TO HIGHLIGHT POTENTIAL.

FRIDAY...MID/UPPER LVL TROF LIFTS NE AS SFC HIGH PRES BUILDS ACRS OUR
CWA. LLVL WAA ON WESTERN SLIDE OF HIGH PRES DEVELOPS BY LATE FRIDAY
AS 85H TEMPS WARM ABOVE 0C. THIS SUPPORTS TEMPS BACK INTO THE U40S
TO L50S WITH PC SKIES. CRNT FCST HAS THIS COVERED WELL...THEREFORE
LITTLE CHANGE EXPECTED IN GRIDS.

EXTENDED...(SATURDAY THRU TUESDAY)...RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE SETS UP
OF THE NORTHEAST COAST FRIDAY INTO THE DAY ON SATURDAY. THIS FAIRLY
STRONG RIDGE SLOWS THE ADVANCE OF THE NEXT SYSTEM...WHICH WORKS INTO
REGION SUNDAY. PRECIP LOOKS TO BE LIGHT ON SUNDAY/EARLY MONDAY
TIME-FRAME. LOW ASSOCIATED W/ FRONT MOVES NORTH OF HIGH THRU EASTERN
CANADA. THE HIGH PROGRESSES SLOWLY EAST...AS A LOW DEVELOPS ON
TAIL-END OF SFC FRONT IN THE SOUTHEAST. THIS LOW WILL MOVE NORTHEAST
TOWARDS REGION THRU TUESDAY. BETTER DYNAMICS AND MOISTURE INFLUX
WITH THIS LOW...WHICH WILL GIVE BETTER CHANCE FOR PRECIP. WITH HIGH
OFF COAST AND LOW COMING FROM SOUTH...THICKNESS FIELD SHOW TEMPS
STAYING WARM ENOUGH FOR RAIN FOR CWA. GOING EXTENDED FORECAST HAS
PRECIP SHOWING INTO MONDAY. DID BACK OFF A BIT ON TIMING FOR
ARRIVAL OF RAIN FOR SUNDAY...AND WILL GO WITH HIGHER POPS(40'S-55%)
FOR TUESDAY AS BULK OF RAIN WILL TRAVERSE CWA DURING THIS TIME.
TWEAKED TEMPS A BIT AS WELL FOR EXTENDED PERIODS.

.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...NONE.
NY...NONE.

$$

SHORT TERM/AVIATION...WGH
LONG TERM...NEILSON





FXUS61 KBTV 211850
AFDBTV

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
249 PM EDT TUE OCT 21 2003

FCST CHALLENGE IS PRECIP EVENT WEDS INTO THURS FOLLOWED BY TEMPS

SFC LOW PRES (992MB) NEAR BTV CONTS TO MOVE EAST ACRS OUR CWA THIS
AFTERNOON WITH FRNT MOVING THROUGH CPV ATTM. THIS MORNING AT SLK
FROPA DROPPED TEMP FROM 50F TO 38F WITHIN A COUPLE OF MINUTES AND
WINDS INCREASED FROM NW AT 15KTS WITH G26KTS. MEANWHILE...KMSS
CONTS WITH NE SFC FLOW AND TEMPS STRUGGLING TO REACH 40F. STP
PRECIP/OBS INDICATE RAINFALL AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 0.25 SOUTHERN VT TO
1.50 NE KINGDOM.

BIG PIC SHOWS MID/UPPER LVL TROF DEVELOPING ACRS NE CONUS WITH RIDGE
CONTINUING OVER THE WESTERN STATES. NEXT 5H VORT AND ASSOCIATED JET
COUPLET NOW LOCATED NORTH OF GREAT LAKES WL HELP TO DIG TROF ACRS
EASTERN CONUS ON WEDS. THIS COMBINED WITH GOOD JET ENERGY WL HELP
TO ENHANCE SFC CYCLOGENESIS ALONG EASTERN SEABOARD LATE WEDS INTO
THURS...WHICH COULD PROVIDE PARTS OF CWA WITH SOME SNOW. OTHERWISE...
MODELS INITIALIZED WELL WITH ULVL FEATURES AND HAVE GOOD HANDLE ON
LLVL THERMAL PROFILE BASED ON MORNING RAOB DATA.

TONIGHT...SFC LOW PRES MOVES INTO SNE AS COLD FRNT STALLS ALONG THE
ATLANTIC SEABOARD. CYCLONIC FLOW AND PLENTY OF 850-700MB MOISTURE
ACRS OUR CWA WL MENTION MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. CRNT FEELING IS FLOW
REMAINS TOO NORTHERLY FOR SIGNIFICANT UPSLOPE EVENT TONIGHT...BUT
LEFTOVER MOISTURE AND WEAK PVA AT 5H WL CONT TO MENTION CHC POPS.
85H TEMPS DROP FROM NEAR 0C THIS EVENING TO -5C BY WEDS 12Z. ALSO...
925MB TEMPS DROP BELOW ZERO...SUPPORTING MTN -SW TO VALLEY -RW/-SW.
ALSO...1000-850MB THICKNESS VALUES SUPPORT THIS THINKING. NE FLOW
ACRS SLV WL PUSH LLVL DRY AIR LOCATED OVER QUEBEC INTO MSS TONIGHT.
THEREFORE...WL GO BELOW GUIDANCE FOR TEMP FCST.

WEDS-THURS...THINGS GET PRETTY INTERESTING ACRS OUR CWA AS STRONG
5H VORT AND +100KT 25H JET HELPS TO AMPLIFIED AND CUTOFF MID/UPPER
LVL TROF ACRS NE CONUS. MODELS CONT TO HAVE DIFFICULTIES WITH
POSITION/STRENGTH OF TROF ACRS REGION AND THE EXACT PLACEMENT AND
MOVEMENT OF COAST LOW PRES. NGM MOST AGGRESSIVE WITH 5H CUTOFF AND
HAS THE SFC REFLECTION CLOSEST TO THE SNE COAST. HOWEVER...
ETA/GEM/GFS PLACES 5H CUTOFF OVER SNE WITH ASSOCIATED SFC LOW IN THE
GULF OF MAINE. ALL MODELS AGREE ON PLENTY OF WRAP AROUND MOISTURE AND
SOME DYNAMICS MOVING THROUGH OUR CWA WEDS INTO THURS. CRNT FEELING
ENOUGH LIFT ASSOCIATED MID LVL WAA AND GOOD 850-500MB Q-VECTOR
CONVERGENCE WL LEAD TO PARTS OF VT RECEIVING ACCUMULATING SNOW. MESO-
ETA SHOWS GOOD 850-700MB FG BAND ALONG WITH SOME 7H LIFT/MOISTURE AND
DUAL 25H JET STRUCTURE TO PROVIDE LIFT...ESPECIALLY ACRS EASTERN VT.
85H TEMPS NEAR -5C AND 850-700MB/1000-850MB CRITICAL THICKNESS VALUES
SUPPORT ALL SNOW ACRS OUR CWA FOR WEDS INTO THURS. THIS TEMP PROFILE
COMBINED WITH NORTHERLY SFC FLOW SUPPORTS TEMPS M/U 30S ACRS MOST OF
THE CWA. SFC LOW PRES IS PROGGED TO LIFT SLOWLY INTO EASTERN CANADA
BY 00Z FRI AND LLVL FLOW BCMS MORE WESTERLY. THIS UPSLOPE FLOW
COMBINED WITH LEFTOVER MOISTURE WL CONT TO MENTION -SW IN FAVORITE
UPSLOPE REGIONS. SOME SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS COULD OCCUR
BTWN COAST SYSTEM AND PROLONGED UPSLOPE EVENT ACRS PARTS OF VT...
THEREFORE WL ISSUE SPS TO HIGHLIGHT POTENTIAL.

FRIDAY...MID/UPPER LVL TROF LIFTS NE AS SFC HIGH PRES BUILDS ACRS OUR
CWA. LLVL WAA ON WESTERN SLIDE OF HIGH PRES DEVELOPS BY LATE FRIDAY
AS 85H TEMPS WARM ABOVE 0C. THIS SUPPORTS TEMPS BACK INTO THE U40S
TO L50S WITH PC SKIES. CRNT FCST HAS THIS COVERED WELL...THEREFORE
LITTLE CHANGE EXPECTED IN GRIDS.

EXTENDED...(SATURDAY THRU TUESDAY)...RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE SETS UP
OF THE NORTHEAST COAST FRIDAY INTO THE DAY ON SATURDAY. THIS FAIRLY
STRONG RIDGE SLOWS THE ADVANCE OF THE NEXT SYSTEM...WHICH WORKS INTO
REGION SUNDAY. PRECIP LOOKS TO BE LIGHT ON SUNDAY/EARLY MONDAY
TIME-FRAME. LOW ASSOCIATED W/ FRONT MOVES NORTH OF HIGH THRU EASTERN
CANADA. THE HIGH PROGRESSES SLOWLY EAST...AS A LOW DEVELOPS ON
TAIL-END OF SFC FRONT IN THE SOUTHEAST. THIS LOW WILL MOVE NORTHEAST
TOWARDS REGION THRU TUESDAY. BETTER DYNAMICS AND MOISTURE INFLUX
WITH THIS LOW...WHICH WILL GIVE BETTER CHANCE FOR PRECIP. WITH HIGH
OFF COAST AND LOW COMING FROM SOUTH...THICKNESS FIELD SHOW TEMPS
STAYING WARM ENOUGH FOR RAIN FOR CWA. GOING EXTENDED FORECAST HAS
PRECIP SHOWING INTO MONDAY. DID BACK OFF A BIT ON TIMING FOR
ARRIVAL OF RAIN FOR SUNDAY...AND WILL GO WITH HIGHER POPS(40'S-55%)
FOR TUESDAY AS BULK OF RAIN WILL TRAVERSE CWA DURING THIS TIME.
TWEAKED TEMPS A BIT AS WELL FOR EXTENDED PERIODS.

.BTV WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
VT...NONE.
NY...NONE.

$$

SHORT TERM...TABER
LONG TERM/AVIATION...NEILSON




   This data is from the [3]IWIN (Interactive Weather Information
   Network)

References

   1. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/vt/discussion.html
   2. http://weather.gov/inlr.html
   3. http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov/iwin/main.html

903
ASUS51 KBTV 221005
SWRVT
VERMONT STATE WEATHER ROUNDUP
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BURLINGTON VT
600 AM EDT WED OCT 22 2003

NOTE: "FAIR" INDICATES FEW OR NO CLOUDS BELOW 12,000 FEET WITH NO
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AND/OR OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISIBILITY.

VTZ001>014-221100-
_____VERMONT_____

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
BURLINGTON     CLOUDY    35  30  82 N10       29.65R
MONTPELIER     CLOUDY    32  28  85 N7        29.63R
MORRISVILLE    CLOUDY    34  29  82 N6        29.64R
ST. JOHNSBURY    N/A     35  30  82 CALM      29.58R
RUTLAND        CLOUDY    34  30  86 N5        29.58S
SPRINGFIELD    CLOUDY    37  32  82 VRB6      29.58R
BENNINGTON     CLOUDY    36  31  82 NW8       29.56R
$$

______KEY______
VSB  - VISIBILITY IN MILES
WCI  - WIND CHILL INDEX
HX   - HEAT INDEX
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                        LSC WEATHER CENTER FORECAST
               [1]Lyndon State College Meteorology Home Page
                      5:00PM, Tuesday October 21, 2003
                     STUDENT METEOROLOGIST: P.J. Cioffi
       ** The latest forecast for Northeast & North Central Vermont**
       ** The area bounded by Waterbury, St. Johnsbury, and Newport**

   Tuesday Night: A very cold and blustery evening is likely for tonight.
   Dress warmly if you venture outside. Skies will be mostly cloudy with
   a chance of rain or snow showers in the late evening hours. Any
   remaining rain showers should become all snow in the early morning
   hours with little accumulation. Lows will be 23-28 degrees. Winds will
   be out of the north at 10-20MPH.

   Wednesday: A cold and blustery day as scattered snow showers will take
   hold over the Kingdom. Skies will be mostly cloudy throughout the day.
   High temperatures will be 32-37. Winds will be from the north at
   10-15MPH. Snow accumulations will be a trace to an inch in the
   valleys, and 1"-2" in the higher terrain.

   Wednesday Night: It is time to start tuning up the snow blowers and
   breaking out the snow shovels. Mostly cloudy conditions will persist
   as will the snow showers. Total snow accumulation will be 1"-2" in the
   valleys with up to 3 inches in the higher terrain. Winds will be from
   the north at 5-10MPH.

   Thursday: Blustery and cold once again. Continued cloudy with a chance
   of snow showers. Highs will be 36-41. Winds will be northeaseterly
   5-10MPH. Any snow accumulation will be less than an inch.

                             Extended Forecast

   Friday: A well needed break from the clouds and cold weather as skies
   will be partly sunny and high temperatures wil be in the lower 40's.
   Lows 25-30.

   Saturday: The warm up will continue as high temperatures will be
   45-50. Lows will be in the upper 20's.

   Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers
   in the late afternoon hours. Highs will be 48-53. Lows 30-35.

                            Forecast Discussion

   Very interesting weather is ahead for the forecast area over the next
   few days. It looks as if winter will try to show its face early as
   snow is in the forecast for the next 2 days. Accumulations will be
   light and short lived as the ground will be not warm enough to support
   the snow for too long. A strong area of low pressure is departing the
   region today. A strong cut off mid-level system, with some upper level
   jet stream support, will dig into the region on Wednesday into
   Thursday. This will create enough instability in the atmosphere to
   produce some decent snow showers in the valleys and especially the
   mountains. Friday will mark the beginning of a warm-up period as high
   pressure takes over the area through Sunday. Being on the western side
   of the high pressure will produce southwesterly winds in the area.
   This will help advect a warmer air mass into the region bumping the
   temperatures up to more seasonable levels. The next few chilly nights
   will be a good time for all of us saddened Red Sox fans to watch the
   World Series (while routing for the Marlins of course). I also think
   it will be a good weekend to start rounding up some spooky Halloween
   costumes. Anyone have any costume ideas for me? Stay warm, dry, and
   have a great weekend!

References

   1. http://apollo.lsc.vsc.edu/

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