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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
    KIGQ
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    Griffith, IN

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  1. Hoosier

    December 2018 General Discussion

    We *might* also be dealing with a Nino that won't die. Of course 2015 was the extreme example of that as that 2014-15 Nino grew into the super Nino for winter 2015-16.
  2. When I get about 20 miles south of here. I'm only partially joking. It's a different makeup politically and even the accent has some differences. Growing up and spending many years of my life in the Chicago metro area, I have a Chicago flavor in my voice. I would definitely say Kentucky is more like the South than not.
  3. Somebody turn the snow (back) on
  4. Hoosier

    Let's Talk Winter!!

    I am interested in the 12/21-12/25 timeframe, but interest doesn't guarantee results. If something does happen, maybe we'll call it Jeblizzard.
  5. Hoosier

    Let's Talk Winter!!

    Hopefully it's stronger than 1978.
  6. Hoosier

    December Discussion

    Hi
  7. Not supposed to come out until 2021 I think.
  8. That actually seems like a decent stretch for a place like Indy. I don't know for sure but my guess is that the long term frequency (since records began) for those categories may be somewhat less.
  9. Hoosier

    Winter 2018-19 Medium/Long Range Discussion

    See the differences aloft at 96 hours? The GFS is much more cutoff while the GEM has more of a phased look. There is not much support for a GEM type solution, at least among the major models, and the 00z UKMET that just came in does not support the GEM either. While the GEM is not the most likely outcome, it shouldn't be discounted entirely given how models struggle to resolve these cutoff low setups.
  10. Hoosier

    Winter 2018-19 Medium/Long Range Discussion

    00z GEM is still trying to get snow out of that late week system.
  11. Hoosier

    Winter 2018-19 Medium/Long Range Discussion

    Phases with a northern stream disturbance. That would be the way to get a snowier solution since the cutoff itself doesn't have cold enough thermal profiles.
  12. Hoosier

    Winter 2018-19 Medium/Long Range Discussion

    Significant northern stream interaction with time. Looks plausible.
  13. The upcoming cutoff is annoying. Could waste a normally good track. Guess can still hope it trends toward having just enough cold air.
  14. Hoosier

    December 2018 General Discussion

    One of the biggest temperature spreads I can remember seeing around here (when a front isn't involved). Look at the difference between KGYY and KIGQ... 9 degrees.
  15. Hoosier

    Winter 2018-19 Medium/Long Range Discussion

    Not putting much stock in it given the model inconsistency/disagreement. Just pointing it out. Still not a great outcome but better than all rain.
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