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ohiobuckeye45

January 31st - February 1st Clipper

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How funny that this might rival what should have been snowmageddon. 

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1 hour ago, buckeyegal said:

How funny that this might rival what should have been snowmageddon. 

And the fact it's hardly on the radar 2 days away. Up until this afternoon grids read up to an inch. And local forecasters as of this A.M. were calling for the same, as if models were really ever in question. Throw in the fact this is right before rush hour and salt will have 0 effect...seems a little negligent to be honest

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1 minute ago, ohiobuckeye45 said:

Fv3

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Some of us might sneak into our biggest snowfall of the year if we aren't careful. :classic_laugh:

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29 minutes ago, ohiobuckeye45 said:

Fv3

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Me with less than an in h. Probably what will happen. 

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7 minutes ago, BigMirg said:

Me with less than an in h. Probably what will happen. 

We'll tilt the sucker more southeast. You deserve it!

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Anyone know the time table for this to hit in Central Ohio? Have to do some traveling around for work Friday to an offsite location and wanted to prep mentally. Lol.

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1 minute ago, Virus047 said:

Anyone know the time table for this to hit in Central Ohio? Have to do some traveling around for work Friday to an offsite location and wanted to prep mentally. Lol.

Late Thursday early early Friday, but with temps struggling to hit mid 20s, bad roads will linger 

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2 minutes ago, Virus047 said:

Anyone know the time table for this to hit in Central Ohio? Have to do some traveling around for work Friday to an offsite location and wanted to prep mentally. Lol.

Roughly 2am-9am

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Thanks! Much appreciated! This is what I had thought was it a mostly evening/night/early morning event. 

10 minutes ago, MesoscaleBanding said:

Roughly 2am-9am

 

11 minutes ago, ohiobuckeye45 said:

Late Thursday early early Friday, but with temps struggling to hit mid 20s, bad roads will linger 

 

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NAM appears a bit north of the 18z in IL and IN.

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1 minute ago, ohiobuckeye45 said:

6" band this run, very beleiveable 

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If 20:1 ratios pan out, somebody probably does hit 6"

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4 minutes ago, MesoscaleBanding said:

If 20:1 ratios pan out, somebody probably does hit 6"

Love to see it expand south 30 miles. Lots of time left. 

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1 hour ago, ohiobuckeye45 said:

3km through last frame 

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Man that wall the precipitation seems to hit before me is annoying.... 

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1 hour ago, ohiobuckeye45 said:

Nam qpf

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That hole the continues to show up right through Hamilton county is rather annoying lol

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6z gfs

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The euro is slowly catching on qpf amounts but clearly still out to lunch on this

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ILN still ignoring all model guidance calling 2-3" along and north of 70, the flizzard must have really gotten to their mentality 

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LONG TERM /THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY/... Models have trended slightly farther north with the initial focus of isentropic lift for the system moving across the area Thursday night into Friday. This will bring the axis of heaviest snow into areas along and north of I-70 through Thursday evening and continuing into the overnight hours. As we progress through the night, the snow will begin to fill in across southern portions of our fa, with the snow then tapering off from the west later Friday morning and into the afternoon. As the snow starts to taper off and we begin to lose the dendrites, the precipitation may end as a brief period of freezing rain/drizzle. In a continued WAA pattern, temperatures will slowly rise through Thursday night and into the day on Friday with highs on Friday ranging from the mid 20s in the north to the upper 30s across the far south. Snow accumulations along and north of the I-70 corridor of 2-3 inches will be possible, decreasing to less than an inch along and south of the Ohio River.

 

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CLE gives it one sentence of mention.

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Meanwhile, a shortwave will enter the region and bring some synoptic snow on Thursday night into Friday with the warm advection and isentropic lift.

And their first attempt at a snowmap...

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Latest from WPC. The circle in IN is new since yesterday’s run.

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And the QPF from WPC for Days 1-3.  It has increased ever so slightly for N. IN and NW OH since yesterday.

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