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ohiobuckeye45

February 15th-17th Winter storm

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Mets here seem to think this could bring some decent snow around here, but looking at the models I don't see it.:352nmsp:

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1 minute ago, NWOhioChaser said:

Mets here seem to think this could bring some decent snow around here, but looking at the models I dknt see it.:352nmsp:

it looked that way until about 6 hours ago 

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Can't believe this is trending towards a winter event for lower OV. 

Keep in mind if things can change that much in 48hrs of model runs....changes over next 96 hrs could be a lot.

At least it's funny :classic_laugh:

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1 minute ago, Grace said:

Can't believe this is trending towards a winter event for lower OV. 

Keep in mind if things can change that much in 48hrs of model runs....changes over next 96 hrs could be a lot.

At least it's funny :classic_laugh:

It is humorous! Whatever,  every missed snow chance brings us closer to spring.

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May as well bring spring.  Here near the tip of Lake Michigan it's been a lousy winter for any big snow storms. 

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some solid hitters on the GEFS....some of it bleeds in to the 18-20 storm with timing so to avoid confusing i'll not post the individuals

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Finally back and getting caught up after a week of renovating/new fireplace installed. Just need some cold weather to test it out after the curing fires

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Dates on this thread and the 18-20 thread are in jeopardy run to run but I'll try and keep them separate, EPS looks to also have 3 waves but I'll post 2 in here. Note the time stamps, these are separate 

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Has my interest lol

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It's really frustrating to see this one dive much further south in the latest runs. I mean, l would've thought that this one would ride just south of the baroclinic zone of the last storm, favoring my region. But noooooo....it has to be surppressed. :classic_dry: 

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3 minutes ago, WeatherMonger said:

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Believe that’s from yesterday 

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interesting im in the heavy snow zone. 

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I believe that CPC map was made when models were showing a phased system, all of which have bailed on that soltution

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50 minutes ago, Andino said:

interesting im in the heavy snow zone. 

 

To be clear...That snow swath is from first northern wave...not the secondary. WPC has no representation of the secondary yet.

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It was yesterday afternoons. I'm not really counting on anything until last week of February or possibly March. I just like posting the graphics in each thread so if I ever go back and reference a previous system ha e something to look at a few days ahead of the event.

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