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Geoboy645

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    Columbia County,Wisconsin
  1. Well that was quite a surprise tornado warning. Definitely the most interesting thing to happen in the state since at least late july.
  2. There has actually been plenty of sub 900 hurricanes in history. The most notable ones being Typhoon Tip in 1979 with a pressure of 870 mb,Hurricane Patricia of 2015 with a pressure of 872 mb,and the aforementioned Hurricane Wilma with a pressure of 882 mb.
  3. Yeah even here where its been super wet over the summer the trees have been changing. Some people here are sying that it means its going to be a long winter. I don't know about that but it's certainly interesting how early the change has been.
  4. Same here too. Was supposed to get an inch. Didn't even get a drop of rain. Really good thing we had such a wet july.
  5. I think the cold front undercut the storms.
  6. Had a strong lake breeze come through Southern Wisconsin today. It's currently all the way by the Baraboo bluffs,which is about 100-110 miles from Lake Michigan. Pretty impressive if I do say so myself. Did kick up a couple of popups that died as soon as the boundary left the area.
  7. Ohhh. Still pretty extreme.
  8. Wow look at the boundary in southern Wisconsin 104 in madison while its 79 in baraboo. If that happens I bet we will probably get storms of some sort. Heck their might be towns that are in the 100's in one part and 70's in another. Good thing ill be up north at by then.
  9. Only 119...
  10. Yeah that thing formed over here near madison around 7:30 or so. It's going in a weird direction to say the least.
  11. Seems to me that at least here in South Central Wisconsin we have gotten pretty lucky with this cool stretch here. We did get down in to the upper 20's on Sunday,but other than that it wasn't that bad freeze wise. Daytime temps have been in the lower-mid 60's for most of the last week with Saturday getting up in the low 70's and today only getting to the Upper 50's. After tomorrow's rain chances it's looking pretty clear for the next week to week and a half.
  12. Do you guys think the LES band is going to get over towards Dodge County/Columbia County at any point? It would be really weird to get lake effect over this far west. Especially in the middle of March.
  13. So far I rate this winter a C-. November sucked mostly with boring weather till the week before Thanksgiving. December was awesome though with 2 10'' storms in a row. Albeit it could have been maybe not as cold in the middle of the month.The melt also did start at a pretty bad time with the rain starting on Christmas. January was absolutely horrible with a 2 week period of fog, mid-30's and ice. Also there was like 15 days in a row where there was no sun! IT felt like Seattle after a while.It was the first month where I've got school closings for ice, it wasn't just once,but three times. February was ok from a winter perspective with some snow and cold. From a spring perspective,It was awesome with that stretch of 60's and 70's in the middle. We did also get our first couple of t-storms at the end of the month. Overall not bad thanks to December,but could've been much better. November D+ December B+ January D- Feburary C for Winter, B for Spring March so far C- for Winter, D for Spring