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Geoboy645

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  • Four Letter Airport Code For Weather Obs (Such as KDCA)
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    Columbus,Wisconsin
  1. Feb. 19-24 Heavy rain and flooding threat

    .6" of an inch since 8 last night here. Ice did materialize enough that most of the schools including mine are closed. Has been a constant mid 30's all day. Haven't looked at my local river's height yet. Looks like to my south they got a lot more rain with a mass flood warning stretching over most of the southern counties.
  2. February 2018 Discussion

    Now it's looking like this ice storm may be more of a nuisance event. The gradient for ice has seemed to move north enough that instead of a .25" it's now looking like a .01" or possibly even nothing.They even took away my Ice Storm Warning. Yet I'm still to far north to get the heavy rain that's expected by Milwaukee and UMBwx. . I was really hoping to have no school tomorrow.
  3. February 2018 Discussion

    Looking to have more of an ice threat with this storm. MKE is saying a .25" or so for me with higher totals to my north. I'm going to be surprised if we don't have some type of cancellation or delay in the next couple of days. This plus an inch of rain and a remaining snowpack could provide some very interesting roads the next couple of days. Also flooding could be a concern because our ground is still quite frozen out there.
  4. February 2018 Discussion

    Honestly I don't really want to see a Morch anytime soon. Along with the reasons stated above, the heat was just to early. It's not nice to sweat in mid-march. Plus in March the trees aren't even close to leafed out yet, so there is no shade when you are outside. In the 80's that doesn't feel the best. I am surprised though that no one on here has mentioned a year ago as an anomalous stretch. I think the 70's on Presidents day was crazier than the 80's on St. Patrick's Day. That stretch made last march suck though as even the 50's that are normally reveled were thought of as cold.
  5. February 8th-11th Overrunning Event

    The snow is about done over here. Got a nice 4 inches which is right around what was originally predicted for this storm before yesterday afternoon. Hopefully we have enough now for the snowmobile trails to open. If they open it would only be the 2nd time in 3 years they would be open.
  6. Early February Hyperactivity

    Surprisingly got all the way down to -14 last night. We were only supposed to hit-5. That low was actually colder than any of our lows during the holiday's cold snap.
  7. Early February Hyperactivity

    Well this last storm performed right around expectations. We originally pegged at 5" for this storm. We ended at about that or maybe just a bit above. Definitely looks like winter again after last week's thaw. Looks like the rest of this week's activity is going to go to the south,but hey I'm happy we got some snow. I think this storm may have finally pushed us over 15" for the season.
  8. January 2018 Discussion

    Got a surprise inch and a half of snow yesterday. I know they were saying snow showers but it was supposed to be a dusting not an inch and a half. At least the ground's white again after this last thaw.
  9. I was just looking at my weather station data for the last 6 months and I found that since the beginning of August we have had a whopping 9.28 in. That definitely puts in perspective how dry we have been for the last 6 months or so.
  10. January 20-22nd Winter Storm

    Does it get north of Madison?
  11. Oh god not another last January. I literally got so depressed by all the fog and rain by the end of that period. How do Seattle people live like that?
  12. January 14-15th Clipper System

    Got about 6" here. It was a nice snowfall, not too much to cause issues but just enough to cover the grass by a couple of inches and make everything white again. Helps there wasn't much wind here.
  13. January 14-15th Clipper System

    Got about 4" or so now, with the lake effect snow about to hit. I'm think another 1" or so with an out side chance of up to 3" if it stay around for a bit. Definitely i odd getting a lake effect snow band way the heck over here. Happened in the event last spring too.
  14. January 14-15th Clipper System

    You don't see this every day. http://www.weather.gov/mkx/weatherstory Lake effect snow all the way this far west.
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