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  1. The last few HRRR runs show an interesting trend for tonight. It shows an intense MCS develop and move across much of Nebraska, yet little to no convection across Kansas. With this scenario, a 45% hatched wind probability could easily verify in Nebraska, but the 15% hatched tornado probability would be a bust with minimal storm development in the area. We'll see how it pans out, but something to be wary of, especially for those chasing in Kansas.
  2. What makes you say moderate structural damage? I haven't seen or heard much in the way of damage reports from the area.
  3. Congrats! That band is what dreams are made of. Some of the most impressive snow rates I've personally seen while it was over me.
  4. Gravity waves are making their way over to Columbus. Good luck all!
  5. I'd be thrilled with 6", but those snowfall rates won't last long. That initial batch of heavy snow moved through very quickly. Still, some impressive bands yet to come through. We'll see...
  6. Very impressive snowfall rates around here. ILN tweeted about rates as high as 1.5" per hour. Sadly, I don't think it'll stick around long enough for any significant accumulation.
  7. I finally got my order of jumbo flakes .
  8. I was starting to doubt I'd ever see snow today, but here it comes. Very big, wet flakes coming down heavy.
  9. Transition has begun. Still mostly sleet, but big wet flakes are mixing in.
  10. Gravity waves are very evident on KILN. Snow is coming down HEAVY in Cincy. It's so close... I live right off of I-71. Been hearing a lot of sirens. Roads have to be very dangerous.
  11. False hope. Sleet's coming down heavy in Mason again.
  12. Dry slot hasn't been too dry. Sleet's been nonstop for almost 5 hours.
  13. Better question: What could possibly go right?
  14. I'll tell you what, the sleet accumulation (probably a little snow mixing in) has been quite impressive.