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  1. GRR

    February 19-21 Winter Storm

    I'm guessing 2" here...now a sleet and rain combo. Roads are a mess! 32.7 degrees..
  2. GRR

    February 19-21 Winter Storm

    WTHR out of Indy...
  3. GRR

    February 19-21 Winter Storm

    7" IMBY...I only wsh!!
  4. GRR

    February 19-21 Winter Storm

    IND pulls the trigger for WWA...1" to 2" for Central Indiana
  5. GRR

    February 15th-17th Winter storm

    A bit of snow/sleet right now. KIND decided no WWA here
  6. GRR

    February 15th-17th Winter storm

    Don't we wish:)
  7. Huge wet snowflakes IMBY...sitting at 36.5 degrees!
  8. He's was just trying to be humorous...
  9. GRR

    January 31st - February 1st Clipper

    That's a sharp cutoff...from just north of you!
  10. GRR

    January 31st - February 1st Clipper

    Right at 5" here IMBY!
  11. GRR

    January 31st - February 1st Clipper

    Light snow the last hour or so..radar filling in. I'm thinking 2 to 4 is a good call...but'll take more!'
  12. GRR

    January 31st - February 1st Clipper

    KIND write-up The focus will shift this afternoon and tonight from temperatures to snowfall potential. Models were all indicating strong isentropic forcing on the 285K level by late this afternoon. In addition, a Clipper will be approach from the northwest. Condensation pressure deficits suggest the atmosphere will saturate down quickly late this afternoon and evening. So, expect snow will develop late today, starting off in the Lafayette area and quickly spread east through the night. Deepest forcing will be over areas near and north of Interstate 74. Models suggest 2 to 4 inches of snow will be possible by daybreak Thursday. After coordination with adjacent offices and with the snow likely to cause morning commute issues, will issue a Winter Weather Advisory for areas near and north of a Clinton to Martinsville to Greensburg line from 00z tonight through 10 am Friday. Areas south of this line will generally see an inch or less. The snow will be ending Friday morning northwest to southeast as the wave moves by and heights start building.
  13. GRR

    January 31st - February 1st Clipper

    Local met out of Indy...
  14. GRR

    January 20 - February 1 Arctic Cold

    Sun is out a bit here..just dropped to -12
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