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MesoscaleBanding

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  1. MesoscaleBanding

    March 17th St. Patty's day snow

    Pretty out there...
  2. MesoscaleBanding

    March 17th St. Patty's day snow

    Nearly 5" reported in parts of IL!
  3. MesoscaleBanding

    March 7th-8th OV/GL Winter Storm

    Looks like a western Lakes cutter train will follow this one, taking us into mid-March. Would be nice if we could get this one to produce & give the OV one last hurrah. After that, give me 65 & sunshine asap.
  4. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    Large flakes coming down pretty good, grass just about covered up.
  5. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    I can be there in 45 min - what are we having?
  6. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    Well shoot...that 30 dbz band quickly fell apart before it could arrive here. Still some fairly moderate snow falling though.
  7. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    25 dbz overhead now with some 30 dbz returns mixed in to the west. If nothing else, it will look nice out for the next hour or so.
  8. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

  9. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    I'm getting there...seems like the models are just as erratic as they've been over the past 10+ years, if not worse. Sure we've got fancier maps & high-def graphics at our disposal, but I'm just not seeing much improvement when it comes to modeling large scale winter storm systems. I guess that unpredictability is also a part of why this can be so fun too though, lol.
  10. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    What an ugly failure for the mid range Euro
  11. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    aaaand now we've lost the SREF in central OH...mean is now in the 1.5 - 2" range.
  12. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    Wow, assuming this continues, it's not often we see the Euro get thoroughly manhandled by the American models under 100 hours...crazy.
  13. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    NAM & 3km are even warmer...eww
  14. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    GFS temps...not gonna cut it for the Ohio folks when the bulk of the snow is falling during the afternoon in March at an unimpressive rate...Missouri gets the benefit of late night/early morning snowfall timing with cooler temps & better ratios.
  15. MesoscaleBanding

    March 3rd-5th Winter Storm

    Hmmm - ILN sticking with 2-4" with isolated higher amounts possible (similar to Euro)...NAM is still in lala land. GFS is a storm kill for many. - I'm hoping the GFS is completely clueless like it was with our 5" thundersnow event. Just trying to remain optimistic at least through tomorrow's 12z suite.
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