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tuanis

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KUGN
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    Libertyville, IL

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  1. tuanis

    December 2018 General Discussion

    No snowpack really left here except piles and ugly rain-soaked crusty stuff. Let's not forget that winter didn't really get going until x-mas eve last year.
  2. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Ours has been out since about 10 pm. We have a one WEEK old, so left for the parents’ house around 1 AM. Power lines down, electrical fires, cars stranded. Got a kerosene heater going to keep the temp up in the house. Who knows when it’ll come back on.
  3. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Transformer just blew down the road and the power’s out in the hood. Heard a nice pop.
  4. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Agreed. We have maybe 4” of slop here in Libertyville and half of that came during this afternoon’s band. Not sure if we’re stuck in an area of subsidence or the lake is playing a role, but the driveway is soupy and everything continues to drip outside. Maybe once we drop below freezing things will accumulate quickly? Accumulation sure hasn’t been efficient at all.
  5. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Not a bad day to decorate the tree! Steady SN, light winds.
  6. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    All snow here now
  7. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Big ol fatty flakes coming down, sticking to the deck but not much else
  8. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Ice pellets and stray snowflakes here. That video from Kansas is intense!
  9. tuanis

    Nov. 25th-26th Midwest Snowstorm Potential

    Pretty narrow swath of heavy snows - not surprising given the time of year. This one looks to be a nail biter. A lot has to go right and a lot can change. Snow should be as wet/thick as Thanksgiving gravy.
  10. tuanis

    Alberto remnants

    Around here, the Fox Valley looks to get a soaking over the next few hours. Doesn’t look to budge much. Those of us sandwiched between the light rain of the main circulation and the heavier stuff may not see much after all.
  11. tuanis

    April 2018 General Discussion

    Found this interesting for Chicago... The city’s last subfreezing high this year was 27 degrees logged on February 12 and despite our backwards spring, every day since then has topped the freezing mark. Checking temperature records back to 1871, Chicago climatologist Frank Wachowski informed us that the city’s average date for the last subfreezing high is March 15. If the February 12 date holds, it will be more than a month earlier than the long-term average and the city’s third earliest on record-trailing only February 7, 1976 (28 degrees) and February 10, 1878(30 degrees). http://wgntv.com/2018/04/20/does-feb-12-2018-approach-a-record-for-the-earliest-last-sub-freezing-high/
  12. tuanis

    April 12th-15th Winter Storm

    Gettin’ icy
  13. Ummm does the NWS know something that we dont know? What exactly happens tomorrow morning? lol
  14. tuanis

    April 8th-9th "winter" storm?

    Surprisingly over 2” of pretty fluffy stuff so far clinging to every tree branch. Hope the warmth at the end of the week pans out.
  15. tuanis

    March Forecast Discussion

    Inch and a half, maybe 2 fell today. Really came down. Gotta love March convective snow showers.
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